Minnesota forbidden flame retardant in children products
Update time：2016-11-25 22:48:21Click times：872
Minnesota formally had passed SF1215, which required all children products except household textiles and mattress and upholstered furniture (diaper pad, pajamas, the nap mat, nursing pillows, etc.) are not contain more than 1000 PPM flame retardants (all flame retardants in the table below).And if the relevant government administrative commissioner ask manufacturer product flame retardants content information, manufacturer should provide the relevant information.The bill will be on July 1, 2018 to manufacturers and wholesalers, for retailers to take effect on July 1, 2019.
Flame retardant and CAS NO.
Tris (1, 3 - dichloro - 2 - propyl)phosphate , 13674-87-8
Tris (2-chloroethyl) phosphate , 115-96-8
Decabromodiphenyl ether , 1163-19-5
Hexabromocyclododecane , 25637-99-4
Studies have shown that many flame retardants are likely to affect human health, especially a ffect children's health.Some flame retardants have the risk of cancers and other lesions.