Looking for a product lab testing company in the United States? In this article, we list 9 US-based lab testing companies offering a wide range of testing services for apparel, children’s products, electronics, PPE, machinery, medical devices, and much more.
Are you planning to import, export, or manufacture medical devices in the United States? In this guide, we introduce you to lab testing requirements, classification, device registration, labeling, GMP and premarket submissions.
- Medical thermometers
- Medical masks and respirators
- Medical gloves
- Medical gowns
Planning to import or manufacture helmets in the United States? In this article, we will explain both mandatory and voluntary requirements for different types of helmets, including CPSC, OHS Act, ANSI standards, and more.
- Bicycle Helmets
- Work Helmets
- Construction Helmets
- Motorcycle helmets
- Skiing and snowboarding helmets
- Ice hockey helmets
E-bikes are defined as bicycles with an electric motor that provides pedal assistance and allows riders to accelerate their pace. If you are planning to import and sell E-bikes in the United States, this article provides an overview of regulations and standards requirements for E-bikes – including CPSC standards, documentation, testing, and much more.
- Pedal-assist electric bike
- Throttle electric bike
- Speed pedelec electric bike
- Hub motor electric bike
Planning to import N95, N99 or other face masks into the United States? In this guide, we cover the basics of face mask and respirator standards, FDA requirements, labeling requirements, lab testing, and more.
- 3-ply, 4-ply and 5-ply surgical masks
- N95, N99, N100 masks or respirators
- FFP1, FFP2, FFP3 masks and respirators
- KN95 masks or respirators
Both wireless and wired earphones are covered by various standards and regulations in the United States. In this guide, we cover the basics of FCC Part 15, UL standards, labeling requirements and regulations covering chemicals and heavy metals.
- Wireless earphones
- Wired earphones
- Bluetooth earphones
- Noise-canceling headphones
- In-ear headsets
Lithium batteries are commonly found in smartphones, electronic toys, e-cigarettes, and many other devices. In this guide, we cover the basics of lithium product safety and regulations in the United States. Keep reading, and learn the essentials of compliance risks, testing requirements, safety standards, labeling and more.
- Lithium Battery Powered Devices
- Lithium-ion battery
- Lithium-ion polymer battery
- Lithium metal battery
In this article, we list products covered by one or more FDA rules or regulations. FDA regulations cover a wide range of products, including food contact materials, medical devices, sunglasses, supplement and more.
Note: This article also lists some FDA regulations/rules applicable to certain product categories. Notice that the lists are not definitive or kept up to date.
FCC Part 15 regulates most electronic products sold in the United States. In this guide, we list electronic products classified as either intentional or unintentional radiators by FCC Part 15. We also list products exempt from the regualtion. Continue reading List of Products Covered by FCC Part 15: An Overview
The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) is applicable to all toys and other children’s products sold in the United States. In this guide, we list toys, babywear and other (often less obvious) products covered by CPSIA.
Continue reading List of Products Covered by CPSIA: An Overview