Kiddobloom Children Stainless Steel Bowl Safety
Product: Kiddobloom Children Stainless Steel Bowl
We, Saku LLC, declare that the above designated product is in conformity with the following product safety regulation, as applicable:
- US Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act 0f 2008/CPSC-CH-E1002-08.3 total lead in substrate
- 16 CFR 1500.48 & 49/ 17 CFR 1500.50 accessible sharp points and edges.
- 16 CFR 1500.50/16 CFR 1501 small parts.
- Labeling requirements: product packaging and labeling, country of origin marking (19 CFR 134.11), verify claims, instructions and tracking label CPSIA.
- FDA Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) evaluation on stainless steel and total chromium (Cr) testing for stainless steel.
- Dishwasher safe test.
- Resistance to corrosion – (for metal components) – 1% salt solution 24 hours ASTM B117 – 2019 (MOD)
- Model toxics in packaging legislation of the toxics in packaging clearinghouse
The designated product also meets the following European product safety regulation, as applicable:
- EN 14372:2004 Clause 18.104.22.168 migration of certain Element
- BS EN 14372:2004 child use and care articles –cutlery and feeding utensils – physical and mechanical tests
- Council of Europe Resolution CM/RES (2013)9 on metals and alloys used in food contact materials and articles – migration of metal content
Below are some of the results that we would like to share with you. Before reading through the testings, please read the following explanation about detection limit used in testing labs.
To understand the test result, we need to understand detection limit used in testing labs. There is no zero detection limit, so the labs will set the detection limit to greater than zero on the testing equipment. For example: lead testing with a 10 ppm detection limit and <10 ppm testing result means there possibly is zero to less than 10 ppm of lead in the stainless steel. If the existence of zero lead can not be proven due to the detection limit used in the labs, then no one can claim a product as "lead free" .
Total lead in substrate in a non surface coating product
Test Method: CPSC-CH-E1001-08.3 standard operating procedure for determining total lead (Pb) in children’s metal products (including children’s metal jewelry), revision
Lab equipment detection limit 10ppm
Result: <10 ppm
This result means the equipment (with detection limit 10 ppm) can't detect the existence of lead (Pb). We can conclude that there possibly is zero to less than 10 ppm of lead on the product,
The link to CPSC lead requirement is https://www.cpsc.gov/s3fs-public/pdfs/blk_media_CPSC-CH-E1001-08_3.pdf
Accessible sharp points and edges
The testing lab found that Kiddobloom bowl meets the requirement in 16 CFR 1500.48 & 49/ 17 CFR 1500.50 sharp points and edge
Leachable arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), and mercury (Hg)
Test method: by acid extraction and followed by inductively coupled argon plasma spectrometry analysis.
arsenic (As) detection limit: 0.1 mg/l, result: not detected
cadmium (Cd) detection limit: 0.1 mg/l, result: not detected
lead (Pb) detection limit: 0.1 mg/l, result: not detected
mercury (Hg) detection limit: 0.1 mg/l, result: not detected
Council of Europe Resolution CM/RES (2013)9 on metals and alloys used in food contact materials and articles – migration of metal content
Elements that migrated from the bowl to food in the first, second, and third migration:
aluminum (Al) < 0.1 ppm
antimony (Sb) < 0.01 ppm
arsenic (As) < 0.001 ppm
barium (Ba) < 0.1 ppm
beryllium (Be) < 0.001 ppm
cadmium (Cd) < 0.001 ppm
chromium (Cr) <0.1 ppm
cobalt (Co) <0.01 ppm
copper (Cu) <0.1 ppm
iron (Fe) < 5 ppm
lead (Pb) < 0.01 ppm
lithium (Li) <0.02 ppm
manganese (Mn) < 0.1 ppm
mercury (Hg) < 0.001 ppm
molybdenum (Mo) < 0.01 ppm
nickel (Ni) < 0.02 ppm
silver (Ag) < 0.02 ppm
thallium (Tl) <0.0001 ppm
tin (Sn) < 5 ppm
vanadium (V) < 0.005 ppm
zinc (Zn) < 1 ppm
FDA GRAS confirmation that Kiddobloom bowl is made from stainless steel AISI #304