CFR 1700.20 Certified Childproof Zipper Lock Packaging Bags
Our bags are CFR 1700.20 certified and use all CFR 1700.20 certified child-resistant zippers in our flexible packaging bags.
Childproof zipper and testing invented background
Child-resistant packaging was introduced in the United States in 1970. The Poison Preventive Packaging Act (PPPA) requires that products harmful to children be packaged in child-resistant packaging. A high number of accidents involving household, garden and automotive chemicals, as well as accidents involving drugs and other hazardous substances, provided the impetus for the legislative process. Since then, the frequency and severity of accidents have decreased significantly with the introduction of child-resistant packaging.
Gozen Packaging Childproof Flexible Packaging bags
Gozen Packaging’s child-resistant packaging testing procedures meet PPPA standards to ensure functional safety. These tests required 200 children between the ages of 42 and 51 months to attempt to open a package. If 80% of the population is unable to complete this task, the bag can be considered child-resistant. However, it is equally important that adults, especially older adults, are able to open and reinsert the package. Many other countries have followed the U.S. example published in US 16 CFR § 1700.20 and have developed similar standards.
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Such certified child-resistant zippers are used in most of GozenPackaging’s child-resistant pouches, from flat pouches to stand-up pouches and exit pouches. And mostly for the cannabis, tobacco and medicine packaging industries.
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