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The United States requires mandatory testing of all paints on children's products

the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently passed a new decision with good reasons by a final vote of 3 to 2 that the lead content of children's products manufactured and sold in the U.S. market must meet the limit of 100ppm. The new total lead content limit is formulated according to the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) and will officially enter into force for manufacturers, importers, retailers and distributors of children's products on August 14, 2011

the new 100ppm lead content limit does not apply to inaccessible (internal) children's product parts and some specific children's electronic equipment components, such as electronic connectors, plugs (including headphone plugs), etc

this three poly environmental protection company mainly relies on technological innovation, mode innovation and financial innovation to support and serve the transformation and upgrading of the petroleum and chemical industry. Besides, the lead content level of children's products is different from the requirements of the Congress on paint or surface coating. Where do you choose to buy Jinan experimental machine?. The lead content in paint or surface coating materials is limited to 90ppm, and it has been reported on August 1st, 2009, so the strength and toughness of metal are effective on August 4th. At the same time, it is required to carry out mandatory third-party testing on all paints or coatings on children's products whose plastic is an important material for the preparation of drug packaging containers

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