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Product introduction: Certification Content SummaryEN71 Toys Directive ToysIn order to ensure the safety of products, different regions have formulated safety standards to implement strict testing and production process control at different stages of product production. Among them, European standards are the most widely used. Any product that goes to Europe will inevitably go through the strict testing of the EN71 standard, and toys are no exception. The most commonly used ones are Torque& Tension, Drop Test, Impact Test, and compression Test.The Toys Directive applies to any product or material that is designed or intended to be played by children under the age of 14 and, if charged, must not exceed 24V.If a toy product is legally sold in the EU, it must meet the requirements of the Toy Directive 88/378/EEC and be marked with the CE mark. The division of age groups according to different toy product categories;1. From birth to 18 months2. From 19 months to 36 months3. From birth to 36 months4. More than 37 months5. 60 months and below6. From 37 months to 72 months7. From 37 months to 96 months8. From 96 months to 168 monthsEN71 standard and test itemsEN 71 Part 11. EN 71 Part 1:2005+A9:2009-physical &mechanical Test physical and mechanical test(a)Without Sound module(b)With Sound module sound toy(c)Earphone with Sound(d)7000 Cycles Switch Test for Chest(e)Ride-on Toys(f) Mouth-actuated ToysPhysical and mechanical properties This part mainly includes drop detection, small parts detection, sharp edge detection, tension detection, pressure detection, seam detection, ear nose and eye tension, torsion detection, etc. General requirements for the physical test section:   EN 71 Part 22. EN 71 Part 2:1993-flammability Test Flammability Test(a) Finished Product(b) Pile fabric or material pile fabric or pile materialEN 71 Part 33. EN 71 Part 3:1994-Toxic Elements Test (19 Toxic Elements Results)Toxic metal dissolution test (test results of 19 toxic metal elements)Lead, mercury, cadmium, chromium, arsenic, selenium, barium, antimony, etc.EN 71 Part 44. EN 71 Part 4: Experimental Set for ChemistryEN 71 Part 55. EN 71 Part 5:Chemisty Toys(Sets) Other than Experimental SetsEN 71 Part 66. EN 71 Part 6: Graphical Symbol for Age Warning LabellingEN 71 Part 77. EN 71 Part 7 Finger Paints(a) Colorants(b) Preservatives(c)Binding agents,extenders,humectants and surfactants,ingredient review(d) Limits for the of Transfer certain elements(e) Limits for primar aromatic amines(f) Ethanol(g)pH value acid-base(h)Product information & ContainerEN 71 Part 88. Rocking, sliding and similar toys for indoor and outdoor home entertainmentEN 71 Part 99. General requirements for organic compounds in toysEN71-9 General requirements for organic compounds - specifies the total migration of toxic compounds present in each toy or toy material in the following exposure modes: mouth contact; ingestion possible; skin contact; eye contact; inhalation.Products within the scope of the standard include toys designed for children under the age of 3 (as these toys may be chewed in the mouth), and products designed for older children (these products may come into contact with children's mouths) , skin or inhaled by children.)Specific product or toy components within the scope of the standard include:Toys that may be chewed in the mouth by children under the age of 3Toys or easy-to-reach toy parts that children under the age of three play with their hands and should weigh less than or equal to 150 grams,Toys and accessible toy parts for children under three years of ageOral contact parts of mouth-action toysToys worn on the mouth or noseToys that children can enterParts of a composition device used as a toy or applied in a toyIndoor toys and accessible toy partsOutdoor toys and accessible toy partsToys or toy parts designed to imitate foodMay leave traces of solid toy materialColored liquids that are easily accessible in toysColorless liquids that are easily accessible in toysModel clay, toy clay or similar products, other than chemical toys mentioned in EN 71-5Balloon manufacturing partsMimic Totem with Adhesiveimitation jewelryRestricted substances are particularly broad and include flame retardants, colorants, aromatic amines, monomeric substances, solvent migration, respirable solvents, wood preservatives (indoor and outdoor), other preservatives, and plasticizers.EN 71 Part 1010. Sample preparation and extraction of organic compoundsEN 71 Part 1111. Analysis methods of organic compoundsAs a major country in the production and export of toys, China's toy products have been selling well all over the world. However, since Mattel, the world's largest toy manufacturer, recalled a large number of toy products produced in my country, resulting in the suicide of the chairman of Foshan Lida Toys Factory, the incident has continued. With the news of repeated recalls of Chinese-made toy products, 'Made in China' and 'toy safety' have become a focus of international attention.The quality of toy products, in the increasingly fierce competition in the international toy market, directly affects the smoothness of domestic and foreign markets for toys in my country. Therefore, domestic toy companies should strictly control product quality and improve product safety and quality.
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EN71 Toys Directive Toys

In order to ensure the safety of products, different regions have formulated safety standards to implement strict testing and production process control at different stages of product production. Among them, European standards are the most widely used. Any product that goes to Europe will inevitably go through the strict testing of the EN71 standard, and toys are no exception. The most commonly used ones are Torque& Tension, Drop Test, Impact Test, and compression Test.

The Toys Directive applies to any product or material that is designed or intended to be played by children under the age of 14 and, if charged, must not exceed 24V.

If a toy product is legally sold in the EU, it must meet the requirements of the Toy Directive 88/378/EEC and be marked with the CE mark. The division of age groups according to different toy product categories;

1. From birth to 18 months
2. From 19 months to 36 months
3. From birth to 36 months
4. More than 37 months
5. 60 months and below
6. From 37 months to 72 months
7. From 37 months to 96 months
8. From 96 months to 168 months

EN71 standard and test items
EN 71 Part 1

1. EN 71 Part 1:2005+A9:2009-physical &mechanical Test physical and mechanical test
(a)Without Sound module
(b)With Sound module sound toy
(c)Earphone with Sound
(d)7000 Cycles Switch Test for Chest
(e)Ride-on Toys
(f) Mouth-actuated Toys

Physical and mechanical properties This part mainly includes drop detection, small parts detection, sharp edge detection, tension detection, pressure detection, seam detection, ear nose and eye tension, torsion detection, etc. General requirements for the physical test section:

   

EN 71 Part 2

2. EN 71 Part 2:1993-flammability Test Flammability Test
(a) Finished Product
(b) Pile fabric or material pile fabric or pile material

EN 71 Part 3

3. EN 71 Part 3:1994-Toxic Elements Test (19 Toxic Elements Results)
Toxic metal dissolution test (test results of 19 toxic metal elements)
Lead, mercury, cadmium, chromium, arsenic, selenium, barium, antimony, etc.


EN 71 Part 4
4. EN 71 Part 4: Experimental Set for Chemistry

EN 71 Part 5

5. EN 71 Part 5:Chemisty Toys(Sets) Other than Experimental Sets

EN 71 Part 6

6. EN 71 Part 6: Graphical Symbol for Age Warning Labelling

EN 71 Part 7


7. EN 71 Part 7 Finger Paints
(a) Colorants
(b) Preservatives
(c)Binding agents,extenders,humectants and surfactants,ingredient review
(d) Limits for the of Transfer certain elements
(e) Limits for primar aromatic amines
(f) Ethanol
(g)pH value acid-base
(h)Product information & Container

EN 71 Part 8

8. Rocking, sliding and similar toys for indoor and outdoor home entertainment

EN 71 Part 9

9. General requirements for organic compounds in toys

EN71-9 General requirements for organic compounds - specifies the total migration of toxic compounds present in each toy or toy material in the following exposure modes: mouth contact; ingestion possible; skin contact; eye contact; inhalation.

Products within the scope of the standard include toys designed for children under the age of 3 (as these toys may be chewed in the mouth), and products designed for older children (these products may come into contact with children's mouths) , skin or inhaled by children.)

Specific product or toy components within the scope of the standard include:

Toys that may be chewed in the mouth by children under the age of 3

Toys or easy-to-reach toy parts that children under the age of three play with their hands and should weigh less than or equal to 150 grams,

Toys and accessible toy parts for children under three years of age

Oral contact parts of mouth-action toys

Toys worn on the mouth or nose

Toys that children can enter

Parts of a composition device used as a toy or applied in a toy

Indoor toys and accessible toy parts

Outdoor toys and accessible toy parts

Toys or toy parts designed to imitate food

May leave traces of solid toy material

Colored liquids that are easily accessible in toys

Colorless liquids that are easily accessible in toys

Model clay, toy clay or similar products, other than chemical toys mentioned in EN 71-5

Balloon manufacturing parts

Mimic Totem with Adhesive

imitation jewelry

Restricted substances are particularly broad and include flame retardants, colorants, aromatic amines, monomeric substances, solvent migration, respirable solvents, wood preservatives (indoor and outdoor), other preservatives, and plasticizers.

EN 71 Part 10

10. Sample preparation and extraction of organic compounds

EN 71 Part 11

11. Analysis methods of organic compounds

As a major country in the production and export of toys, China's toy products have been selling well all over the world. However, since Mattel, the world's largest toy manufacturer, recalled a large number of toy products produced in my country, resulting in the suicide of the chairman of Foshan Lida Toys Factory, the incident has continued. With the news of repeated recalls of Chinese-made toy products, 'Made in China' and 'toy safety' have become a focus of international attention.


The quality of toy products, in the increasingly fierce competition in the international toy market, directly affects the smoothness of domestic and foreign markets for toys in my country. Therefore, domestic toy companies should strictly control product quality and improve product safety and quality.

 

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