Eureka Ergonomics has a lot to be excited about when it comes to the products it sells. One such product, the GX330 Gaming Chair, is Proposition 65 compliant, something you can’t take for granted with your gaming products.
Proposition 65 Compliant
Eureka Ergonomics is proud of many things when it comes to the gaming and office equipment it sells to consumers. One of the things the company is most proud of is the rigorous testing they put their products through, including tests related to Proposition 65.
Proposition 65 is one of the highest environmental standards in the United States. While Proposition 65 is known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, it goes beyond water. In 2019 Proposition 65 helped reduce the level of lead in many products that people use today.
Eureka Ergonomics carefully chooses and tests products that pass Proposition 65 with flying colors. One of those includes the PVC Proposition 65 for phthalates. Eureka Ergonomics also passes several other compliance tests including the following:
- En71-3 Prescribed by the EU toy safety directive (European Committee for Standardization
- CARB Phase2 – One of the most stringent emission standards for formaldehyde emissions from compositive wood products
- ASTM F963-07 Standard Consumer Safety Specification for toy safety (U.S. Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards)
Passing these compliance tests can be found in all Eureka Ergonomics products including the GX330 Gaming Chair. Whether you are buying gaming or office supplies, you will know that Eureka Ergonomics has your best interest at heart.