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|Product Name:||Toys Testing Equipment||Usage:||Drop Test|
|Material:||Steel Plate With Coating||Steel Plate:||4 Mm Thick|
|Coating:||2 Mm Thick||Standard:||EN71-1 Clause 8.5|
Square Material Testing Equipment Steel Plate 4 Mm Thick Drop Test EN71-1 Clause 8.5
The floor stimulates the true floor we used in our daily life. It is used in the drop test to check the damage to the toys after dropping.
|Material||steel plate with coating|
|Steel plate||4 mm thick|
|Coating||2 mm thick|
|Hardness||75 ± 5 according to EN ISO 868 or ISO 7619-2|
|Standard||EN71-1 Clause 8.5|
Drop the toy, or the relevant toy component, five times through a height of (850 ± 50) mm on to a 4 mm thick steel plate with a 2 mm thick coating of Shore A hardness (75 ± 5) as measured according to EN ISO 868 or ISO 7619-2 and which is placed on a non-flexible horizontal surface.
Prior to release, orientate the toy in a position that allows the most onerous impact onto the coated surface of the steel plate.
Determine whether the casing of toys intended for children too young to sit up unaided has separated into parts or cracked. Determine whether small parts (8.2, small parts cylinder), hazardous sharp edges (8.11, sharpness of edges), hazardous sharp points (8.12, sharpness of points) or hazardous driving mechanisms (4.10.2, driving mechanisms) have become accessible.