A stroller is a wheeled stroller used to transport infants, usually in a reclining or sitting position. The stroller is moved by a person pushing or pulling the handle attached to the stroller. The stroller can be folded for easy storage. It is the baby's favorite means of walking, and it is also a must for mothers when they take their babies to the street for shopping.
Baby stroller features:
For the baby, having an awning that can protect against wind and rain is one of the conditions for the stroller. The size of the awning is related to the range of shading and the role of wind protection .
2. Seat cushion
The seat cushion can be said to be the closest place to the baby, and the design will vary according to the size of the stroller or the way it is folded.
Why do CPC?
CPC certification, the full name of Children's Product Certification.
It is an accredited laboratory. According to the different applicable standards of the product, after the completion of the testing and testing, the testing agency will issue a report.
Suitable for all products for children under 12 years old.
If you fill in the applicable age in the product description or product editor, the applicable age is under 12 years old, and you will encounter CPC review sooner or later.
Without CPC you will face:
If the U.S. Customs spot checks that the goods are the target products, the customs will be detained and will not be released until the CPC certification is submitted.
If it is detected by Amazon, the listing will be forcibly removed, and the listing will not be resumed until the submitted CPC passes the review.
Stroller CPC Requirements:
Strollers are typically used for children from infants to 36 months old. Such products are required to comply with US CPSC 16 CFR Part 1227 requirements, citing ASTM F833-19, "Standard Consumer Safety Performance Specification for Carriage and Strollers." This standard is designed to minimize the risk of death and injury associated with the use of strollers and strollers, including issues related to stability, brakes, restraint systems, latching and folding mechanisms, structural integrity, cords, wheels, and convertible/infant pushers Risk of injury or death associated with the opening of the vehicle. and multi-position/adjustable armrests.
As well as the following regulatory requirements: 1. Surface coating limits: The carriage and stroller shall not be painted with paints containing more than 90 ppm (0.009%) of lead. 2. Lead content limit: The total lead content of carriages and strollers shall not exceed 100 ppm (0.01%) in any accessible parts. 3. Phthalates content limit: (carriage and parts of prams designed, marketed, or intended to promote sleep containing plastinated, i.e., carriages or reclining prams) or plastinated designed, marketed parts, or for convenience of eating (ie. (food trays) the following eight specified phthalates shall not contain more than 0.1%: di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), Dibutyl phthalate (DBP) or benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP), diisononyl phthalate (DINP), diisobutyl phthalate (DIBP), phthalate Di-n-amyl formate (DPENP), di-n-hexyl phthalate (DHEXP) and dicyclohexyl phthalate (DCHP). 4. Labeling requirements for products and outer packaging: Durable baby products (such as carriages) and strollers) must be permanently marked with specific labeling information, including tracking labels, on the product and packaging. In addition, durable infant and toddler products require a product logo and a product registration card attached to the product.
CPC certification process:
Step 1, Inquiry
Step 2, Fill out the application form
Step 3, sign the contract
Step 4 , send samples
Step 5 , the test passed
Step 6 , issue the certificate