Lil Fan takes safety seriously. Very seriously.
To ensure the highest quality and safest design, we worked closely with an accomplished team of engineers from the U.S., Netherlands, Germany, Canada and China on the development of our car seats. Developed based on a series of well-established testing protocols, Lil Fan car seats adhere to the most stringent manufacturing and quality control criteria adopted from U.S. and European standards. Our seats are crash tested to meet or exceed the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and Regulations for Child Restraint Systems.
Lil Fan Diaper Bags are developed and evaluated not only for quality, value and style but also for safety requirements. Our team works hard to ensure that Lil Fan Diaper Bags meet or exceed safety standards, which includes physical/mechanical standards and legislation regarding chemicals such as lead, phthalates and fire retardants. All suppliers involved in the manufacture of Lil Fan Diaper Bags are required to follow these guidelines with testing conducted by certified independent testing laboratories to verify compliance.
Lil Fan baby gear is safe to ensure that your lil fan is too. For even more safety information, see below.
Lil Fan’s car seats undergo rigorous testing conducted by Calspan, one of the leading child restraint system testing laboratories in the country, ensuring the safety and reliability of every car seat.
Child Restraint Systems – the car seats have been tested and meet 49 CFR 571.213 Standard No. 213; Child restraint systems [FMVSS 213], the Federal Crash Performance standards and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s [NHTSA] Side Impact requirements.
Flammability of Interior Materials – the car seat fabrics and foam have been tested and meet the flammability requirements of 49 CFR 571.302 – Standard No. 302; Flammability of Interior Materials [FMVSS 302]
California Prop 65 Compliant – the car seats have been tested and found to be fully compliant with the chemical requirements of California’s Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 [Proposition 65].
CPSIA Compliant for Chemical and Safety Hazards – the car seats have been tested and meet all of the Federal Government’s regulations for which the Consumer Product Safety Administration places on Children’s Car Seats including lead, phthalates, sharp edges, sharp points and small parts
Toxic Chemicals in Children’s Products – the car seats have been tested for cadmium, arsenic and mercury and meet the requirements banning toxic chemicals in children’s products for the State of Maine
Formaldehyde – the car seat fabrics and foam have been tested for formaldehyde and meet the international standards banning the use of the chemical in textile articles intended to come into contact with skin
Children’s Safe Products – the car seats have been tested and meet the chemical requirements as set by the State of Washington
Flame Retardant Chemicals – the car seat fabrics and foam have been tested for the presence of chlorinated Tris, penta, octa and decaBDE chemical flame retardants and meet the requirements of 18 U.S. States banning the use of these chemicals in children’s products which would come in contact with skin
Soluble Heavy Metals – the car seat fabrics and foam have been tested for the presence of over 10 heavy metals and meets ISO international standards for textile fabrics intended to come in contact with skin