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The latest international standard for children's naughty castle equipment
- May 28, 2018 -

According to the market reaction, the 9-12 month of every month is the exportation season for the equipment of naughty fort, but this year, the EU related commercial barriers again advanced on.6 month 8, the European Standard Committee (CEN) issued the toy specification EN71-1:2011 revised according to the EU new toy safety directive, and further strengthened the mechanical and physical functions of the naughty fort. Requirements. In July 20th, the European Union's new child naughty peace directive will complete the transition period, and the regulations will be put into effect. In accordance with the requirements of the directive, the other parts of the EN71 specification, in addition to the EN71-1 specification, will be completed in the next few years, the EN71-2 specification for flammable requirements, and the estimation of the EN71-8 specifications for the electric naughty fort, according to the requirements of the directive. It was released in September and November.

Compared with the previous version, the requirements of EN71-1:2011 are greatly promoted. First, two aspects are focused on the specific design of the multi class extraordinary naughty fort. For example, a soft filled naughty fort with fiber filling, its joint needs to carry out a 70N tensile test, and any joint under the maximum strength of 10N. The size of the crack must be satisfied with the test specification; the material of the naughty castle can be imported. The size of the detachable mouthpiece or other detachable parts must be fitted to the test specification; the length requirements of the rope with the fittings are formulated; for the inflatable naughty castle, all the inflatable ports with the obstruction must be permanently attached to the naughty fort, and the obstruction must meet the standard requirements; the water riding equipment above 1.2 meters should also conform to the EN15 649-3 the requirements for the joint use of ClassA equipment for leisure floats.