Made For Retail Black Wood Tree
2020 Holiday Season Toy / Decor
When I first got this toy (it’s like a toy tree for a child’s wooden train set) I thought it was plastic but the label on it says it is wood, so we’ll go with heavily finished wood (unless I hear otherwise!) This toy had the following readings when tested with an XRF instrument:
- Lead (Pb): Non-detect (negative)
- Arsenic (As): Non-detect (negative)
- Mercury (Hg): Non-detect (negative)
- Silver (Ag): 19 +/- 4 ppm
- Bromine (Br): 7 +/- 2 ppm
- Palladium (Pd): 13 +/- 3 ppm
- Platinum (Pt): 88 +/- 31 ppm
- Iron (Fe): 364 +/- 111 ppm
- Indium (In): 39 +/- 7 ppm
- Titanium (Ti): 648 +/- 196 ppm
Test results reported on this blog are for tests done for a minimum of 60-seconds each. Tests are repeated multiple times to confirm the results. Test results are science-based, accurate and replicable. Based on the test results of this toy, it is safe for use as a toy (as should be expected for modern items sold for use by children and manufactured after 2011).
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