Product Safety Inspection Certificate

Certifications and Compliance: Ensuring Safety and Quality in Our Products

ASTM Standards:

Developed by the American Society for Testing and Materials, these standards are globally recognized for ensuring quality and safety across various products and services. From construction materials to consumer goods, ASTM standards verify that products meet rigorous safety and performance criteria.

BS EN71:

The British Standards Institution's adoption of the European EN71 toy safety standard. It ensures toys sold in the UK meet comprehensive safety requirements, addressing mechanical hazards, flammability, and chemical composition to protect children.

CPC (Children's ProductCertificate):

In the U.S., manufacturers and importers of children's products must provide a CPC under the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA). This certificate confirms the product's compliance with all applicable federal child safety standards.

CPSIA (Consumer ProductSafety Improvement Act):

This significant U.S. legislation was enacted to enhance consumer product safety, especially for children. It imposes strict limits on harmful substances and establishes testing and labeling requirements for children's products.

EN71 (European Toy SafetyStandard):

A series of EU standards designed to ensure the safety of toys. Covering aspects from physical properties to flammability and chemical composition, these standards help prevent toy-related accidents or health issues.

UKCA (UK ConformityAssessed):

Post-Brexit, this marking is required for certain goods in the UK, indicating compliance with UK safety, health, and environmental protection standards. It is similar to the EU's CE marking but specific to the UK.


This refers to the testing for "10 Phthalates" in products, particularly plastics. Phthalates are chemicals used in plastics for flexibility. The 10P certification indicates compliance with safety standards limiting phthalates, crucial for products like children's toys and childcare items.