WHAT MAKES US

Safe and
Healthy

The Most Trusted Name in Baby and Children's Furniture

Here at Delta Children, we constantly strive to improve child safety through research, design and community engagement.

We Test
Above & Beyond the Standards

We test our products above and beyond the federal standards so you can sleep soundly knowing your little one is safe. We have 8 cutting edge test labs around the world where we ensure our products live up to our rigorous testing standards. No one takes safety and testing as seriously as we do at Delta Children.

Our Dresser Tip-Over Test simulates a child climbing onto open dresser drawers and ensures the dresser won’t fall over onto the child. Delta Children tests each drawer to hold 50 lbs. Also, every Delta Children dresser includes a wall-anchor for additional safety and support!

50 lbs. Delta Standard
none Federal Standard

Our Bassinet Tip Test simulates an older sibling pulling down on the side of the bassinet and ensures the product won’t tip over. The federal standard requires a 23 lb weight to be secured on the bassinet for 10 seconds. We test 23 lbs. for 20 seconds – double the amount of time!

2x Delta Standard
Federal Standard

Our Walker Stair Test simulates a walker approaching a stair edge. We specifically test the auto-breaking feature which stops our walkers from rolling down stairs.

Tests 4 Sides Delta Standard
none Federal Standard

Our Toy Box Hinge Test ensures that the hinge of our toy boxes will open and close safely without trapping or pinching kids’ fingers. To test this, we require the lid to be opened and closed 7,000 consecutive times without breaking or snapping.

7,000 times Delta Standard
none Federal Standard

Our Static Load Test simulates a child being placed into the booster seat by a parent and tests the durability of the product. The federal standard is 50 lbs. but at Delta Children, we test 150 lbs!

3x Delta Standard
Federal Standard

Our Chair Tip test simulates an active toddler leaning back in the chair. Delta Children tests all chairs to hold 51 lbs. and tip back at a 10-degree angle without falling or breaking.

51 lbs/10
degree
Delta Standard
none Federal Standard

Our Crib Side Rail Test mimics another child stepping into the crib. The federal standard requires 250 impacts to the side rail of the crib to test the durability. At Delta Children, we test our cribs with 1,000 impacts.

4x Delta Standard
Federal Standard

Our Stroller Treadmill Durability Test simulates a stroller going from smooth to bumpy surfaces and tests the overall durability of the stroller. The federal standard requires the stroller be tested for 72 hours on the treadmill. At Delta Children, we test our strollers for 300 hours.

4x Delta Standard
Federal Standard

Our Arm Strength Test simulates an adult pushing down on the arms of the chair. There is no federal standard for this test, but at Delta Children we test our gliders with 60,000 impacts to ensure the durability.

60,000
impacts
Delta Standard
none Federal Standard

Our Heavy Metals Test ensures your toddler is sleeping in the healthiest environment possible. The federal standard tests for lead. At Delta Children, we test for lead and 7 other heavy metals including Mercury, Barium, Arsenic, Antimony, Cadmium, Chromium, and Selenium.

8x Delta Standard
Federal Standard

See How We Test

We Create a Healthy Environment For Your Baby

We know that as a parent, your child's health and wellbeing are your biggest concerns. That's why we only use healthy materials when it comes to our products.

GreenGuard Gold

We use high-quality woods and fabrics, and many of our wood products and all of our mattresses are GREENGUARD GOLD certified. This indicates they contain low chemical emissions and contribute to healthier environments.

Sustainable Materials

Using top-of-the-line materials like renewable New Zealand pine, quality craftsmanship, and innovative convertible designs, our products are contributing to a healthier earth.

Non-Toxic

You can breathe easy knowing all of our products are free from added toxic fire retardants, lead, and phthalates. They are tested to meet or exceed all applicable JPMA, CPSIA and ASTM safety testing standards.

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