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Small object tester

Small object tester
Assess whether toys have the risk of being choked by children by mistake after being used and reasonably abused
Application: It is used to simulate the throat of a child under 3 years of age, and to assess whether the toy has the risk of suffocation by a child by mistake after being used and reasonably abused
 >> Small object test tube meets the following national standards
Comply with standards: ASTM F963 4.6, EN71-1998 8.2, GB6675-2003 A.5.2, 16 CFR 1501

test program:
1. Put the test object into the small object tester in different directions under the effect of its own weight. 2. If the test object completely sinks into the small object tester, it is regarded as a small object.
Use and understanding:
1. In the case of no external pressure, place the disassembled or detached parts of the toys for children under 3 years old into the small object tester.
Such as small parts through this part.
2. In view of the fact that foam plastic is easy to break and produce small objects, it is recommended that toys suitable for children under 3 years of age should not be packed in foam plastic.
3. In particular, the accessories on toys, although they can increase the attractiveness of toys, are often small objects.
4. Understanding of toy fragments: The overflow edges of the plastic edges of the toy and any parts that fall off during the test are toy fragments.
5. Understanding of wooden toy knuckles: Because wooden toys have natural knuckles, in general, knuckles are easier to fall off than other non-knuckle parts
Must be assessed. Since wooden knots exist naturally, not every toy has wooden knots. Therefore, the inspection of wooden toys should be sufficient.
Consider the rationality of sampling and inspection.
6. Small object tests include parts that fall off during normal use and foreseeable reasonable abuse tests.
7. Before testing small objects, you must first understand the definition of detachable parts.
The parts are disassembled, and then the small parts are tested for the small parts.
Design method:
1. Toys for children under three years of age must not be designed with removable small objects. Of course, there are small parts that cannot be removed. The key is to use
What means to connect the small parts with the main body of the toy so that it does not fall off during normal use tests and reasonable abuse tests.
2. Regardless of whether small objects are designed for toys used by children between the ages of three and eight, it is recommended that warnings be listed.
Age limit: small object test tube
Age range Small items test requirements
No more than 36 months
37 months to 72 months Small parts can exist on toys, but there must be warning instructions
Over 73 months Small parts can exist without warning instructions
References: ASTM F963--03 American Toy Safety Standard
ISO8124--1: 2000 International Toy Safety Standard
Small object test tube