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Consumer Product Safety Commission Information
The new CPSIA is a law which takes effect February 10, 2009 establishing a new level of detection limits for lead in children's products to 600 ppm. This total lead limit again drops to 300 ppm after August 14, 2009.
The CPSIA defines a children's product as a consumer product designed or intended primarily for children 12 years of age and younger. This could range from the standard toys and jewelry to hobby kits, games and clothing (to name a few).
The following products have been verified to meet the Consumer Product Safety Commission's (CPSC) guidelines.
Single Prong Alligator Clips
Single Prong Pinch Clips with Teeth
Double Prong Pinch Clips with Teeth
Rectangular Pinch Clips with Teeth
Click on the links above for the PDF certificate. Purchase is required for access to certification documents.
We are in the process of getting all our other products containing metal tested.
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