Consumer Product Testing
HQTS is accredited to test against all major regulatory standards for the import of consumer products.
Consumer goods are subject to various legal regulations and standards. While these are designed to help ensure the safety of the consumer, they can be confusing and hard to stay abreast of. You can rely on the expertise and technical resources of HQTS’ consumer product testing to help ensure your compliance with relevant regulations, as well as your own technical specifications.
With HQTS, you benefit from the skills and expertise of the industry’s foremost leaders, veteran engineers and award winning staff in our 80,000 sq ft laboratory, centrally located in Hangzhou, China. Whatever the scope or complexity of your project, you can count on the accuracy and reliability of HQTS with the most competitive pricing, fastest delivery times in the industry, and the support of a single point of contact for all your testing projects; this personalized approach has established us as one of the most respected labs in China.
Through our professional consumer products testing laboratory, you can rely on us to test for compliance against RoHS, REACH, ASTM Ca Prop 65, EN 71, just to name a few. We work closely with you to design a testing program that best meets your requirements.
- ISTA Certified Packaging Testing
- CPSC Accepted
- CNAS Approved
- AQSIQ Certificate of Qualification
- China Inspection Body and Laboratory Mandatory Approval
Our internationally recognized lab gives you the confidence you need to bring your product to market. Our central location ensures the fastest turn-around time for your projects. Contact us today to obtain additional information about how we can help you with your consumer product testing needs.
On October 9 2018, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) published a proposed rule to amend the consumer registration requirements of durable infant or toddler products under the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA). The revised rule would have 12 months to become effective after its publication on the Federal Register once adopted. The …Continue reading