Test standard update for baby trolleys
Infants and young children are the most car for in the global community, the safety of infant products is directly related to the healthy growth of infants and young children. As an essential "means of transport" in the growth of infants and young children-baby trolleys, its quality issues have also been the focus on attention to the whole society, the world for baby trolleys has their own regulations and standard requirements. Recently, the European Union and Australia have published standard updates on baby strollers
EU baby car New standard EN1888-1/-2:2018 Will enter into force in June 2019
In December 2018, the Technical Committee CEN/TC252 the ARNOR secretariat of the "Child care products" to publish the new standard EN1888-1/-2:2018 for strollers, which will enter into force in June 2019.
Compared to EN1888:2012, the new standard involves significant technical changes in the following areas:
1. Chemical hazards
2. Thermal hazarded
3. Trap Hazards
4. Hazards of moving parts
5. Winding Danger
6. Bite Test
7. Test methods of parking devices
8. Stability of vehicles
9. Introduction to an information annexes E to provide relevant translations of warning sentences
10. Introduction to an information annexes D to provide information on the assessment of the components of the awning activity
11. Introduction to an information Appendix G to provide information on arrangements for the approval of car seats recognition marks
Australia approves 2019 revised safety standards for consumer goods (horizontal, sit-in children's trolleys)
The Commonwealth of Australia has published amendments to the Safety standards for 2019 consumer goods (horizontal Sitting children's trolleys).
The amendment entered into force on February 14, 2019.
This safety standard amends the Consumer Product safety standard for horizontal Sitting children's trolleys (Consumer security Notice No. 8 of 2007), which, unlike the Australian New Zealand standard AS/NZS 2,088:2000, adds the following notes to the standard range: "Children's trolleys also include wheeled trolleys that can transform multiple modes, as long as any one of these modes is designed to carry children in a sitting position (including, but not limited to, three-wheeled trolleys in convertible mode)"
Bringing quality and safety to life, Haida product testing team of experts offer physical testing expertise according to EN 1888 for baby strollers, prams, perambulators, pushchair and a wide range of child use and care articles.
Haida share your concern regarding child safety; a safe home and environment should be provided for all children. By applying our Total Quality Assurance expertise, we support your product lifecycle, helping you to optimise the design, safety and quality of products for children and babies.
During strength testing the stroller will be loaded with a variety of different masses ranging from 9 kg to 15 kg each designed to simulate a child during use of the item. While loaded with these masses, the stroller or pushchair is then subjected to vigorous stability, impact and durability testing.
We test key repeat use components of the stroller products by subjecting them to repeat cycles of use, ensuring they will function as intended during the time the stroller is in use. Parking devices and locking devices are activated and deactivated 200 times and then put through further strenuous testing. The wheels on the stroller are also tested for durability on a rolling road travelling at 5 km/h and having to deal with several obstacles 72,000 times.
In line with EN 1888, we assess any area on the stroller where a child could become trapped are tested for size using probes varying from the size of a child’s finger to the size of their head and hips.
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