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Product introduction: Summary of Certification ContentEN71 Toys DirectiveTo ensure the safety of products, different regions have established safety standards to implement strict testing and production process control at different stages of product production. Among them, the European standard is one with a relatively wide range of applications. Any product that goes to Europe inevitably undergoes strict testing according to the EN71 standard, and toys are no exception. The most commonly used ones are Torque&Tension, Drop Test, Impact Test, and Compression Test.The Toy Directive applies to any product or material designed or intended for children under the age of 14 to play with. If charged, the power supply cannot exceed 24V.If toy products are legally sold in the European Union, they must comply with the requirements of Toy Directive 88/378/EEC and be marked with the CE mark. Classification of age groups based on different categories of toy products:1. From birth to 18 months2. From 19 months to 36 months3. From birth to 36 months4. Over 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 testing itemsEN 71 Part 11、EN 71 Part 1:2005+A9:2009-physical &mechanical Test Physical and mechanical testing(a)Without Sound module Silent toys(b)With Sound module Soundmaking toys(c)Earphone with Sound Earphone sound toy(d)7000 Cycles Switch Test for Chest 7000 switch tests on toy cabinets(e)Ride-on Toys Riding toys(f)Mouth-actuated Toys Mouth actuated toysThe physical and mechanical performance section mainly includes drop detection, small part detection, sharp edge detection, tension detection, pressure detection, seam detection, ear nose eye tension, torque detection, etc. General requirements for physical testing:  1 material12 balloon2 assemble13 ropes for toy kites and other flying toys3 Soft plastic film14 housing4 Toy Bag15 Toys that can withstand children's weight5 glass16 heavy immobile toys6 expanding material17 toy ejectors7 edge18 water toys8 tip and wire19 detonators specially designed for toys9 raised parts20 acoustic toy10 components with mutual motion21 toys with heat sources11 mouth actuated toys        EN 71 Part 2  2、EN 71 Part 2:1993-flammability Test   (a)Finished Product   (b)Pile fabric or 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   (h)Product information & Container    EN 71 Part 8  8、Swinging, sliding, and similar toys for indoor and outdoor home entertainment   EN 71 Part 9  9. General requirements for organic compounds in toysEN71-9 General Requirements for Organic Compounds - specifies the total migration amount of toxic compounds present in each toy or toy material in the following exposure modes: contact with the mouth; Possibility of ingestion; Skin contact; Eye contact; Inhalation.The products within the standard range include toys designed for children under 3 years old (as these toys may be chewed by children in their mouths), and products designed for older children (these products may come into contact with children's mouths, skin, or be inhaled by children).Specific products or toy components within the standard scope include:Toys that may be chewed in the mouth by children under 3 years oldToys or easily accessible toy parts weighing less than or equal to 150 grams that children under three years old play with their hands,Toys and easily accessible toy parts designed for children under three years oldOral contact parts of oral toysToys worn on the mouth or noseToys that children can enterComposition device components used as or in toysToys for indoor use and easily accessible toy partsToys for outdoor use and easily accessible toy partsToys or toy parts designed to mimic foodMay leave traces of solid toy materials behindColored liquids that are easily accessible in toysColorless liquid easily accessible in toysModel clay, toy clay or similar products, except for chemical toys mentioned in EN 71-5 standardBalloon manufacturing componentsImitation totem with adhesive attachedImitate jewelryThe scope of restricted substances is particularly broad, including flame retardants, colorants, aromatic amines, monomer substances, solvent migration, inhalable solvents, wood preservatives (indoor and outdoor), other preservatives and plasticizers.   EN 71 Part 10  10. Sample preparation and extraction of organic compoundsEN 71 Part 1111. Analytical methods for organic compoundsAs a major country in toy production and export, China's toy products have always sold well worldwide. However, since the world's largest toy manufacturer Mattel Company recalled a large number of toy products produced in China, resulting in the suicide incident of the chairman of Foshan Lida Toy Factory, there have been continuous reports of Chinese made toy products being recalled. For a time, 'Made in China' and 'toy safety' have become a focus of international attention.The quality of toy products directly affects the smooth flow of China's domestic and international toy markets in the increasingly fierce international toy market competition. Therefore, domestic toy enterprises should strictly control product quality and solidly improve product safety and quality.
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EN71 Toys Directive

To ensure the safety of products, different regions have established safety standards to implement strict testing and production process control at different stages of product production. Among them, the European standard is one with a relatively wide range of applications. Any product that goes to Europe inevitably undergoes strict testing according to the EN71 standard, and toys are no exception. The most commonly used ones are Torque&Tension, Drop Test, Impact Test, and Compression Test.

The Toy Directive applies to any product or material designed or intended for children under the age of 14 to play with. If charged, the power supply cannot exceed 24V.

If toy products are legally sold in the European Union, they must comply with the requirements of Toy Directive 88/378/EEC and be marked with the CE mark. Classification of age groups based on different categories of toy products:

1. From birth to 18 months

2. From 19 months to 36 months

3. From birth to 36 months

4. Over 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 testing items

EN 71 Part 1

1、EN 71 Part 1:2005+A9:2009-physical &mechanical Test Physical and mechanical testing

(a)Without Sound module Silent toys

(b)With Sound module Soundmaking toys

(c)Earphone with Sound Earphone sound toy

(d)7000 Cycles Switch Test for Chest 7000 switch tests on toy cabinets

(e)Ride-on Toys Riding toys

(f)Mouth-actuated Toys Mouth actuated toys

The physical and mechanical performance section mainly includes drop detection, small part detection, sharp edge detection, tension detection, pressure detection, seam detection, ear nose eye tension, torque detection, etc. General requirements for physical testing:

  

1 material

12 balloon

2 assemble

13 ropes for toy kites and other flying toys

3 Soft plastic film

14 housing

4 Toy Bag

15 Toys that can withstand children's weight

5 glass

16 heavy immobile toys

6 expanding material

17 toy ejectors

7 edge

18 water toys

8 tip and wire

19 detonators specially designed for toys

9 raised parts

20 acoustic toy

10 components with mutual motion

21 toys with heat sources

11 mouth actuated toys


 

       EN 71 Part 2

  2、EN 71 Part 2:1993-flammability Test 

  (a)Finished Product 

  (b)Pile fabric or 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 

  (h)Product information & Container 

 

  EN 71 Part 8

  8、Swinging, 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 amount of toxic compounds present in each toy or toy material in the following exposure modes: contact with the mouth; Possibility of ingestion; Skin contact; Eye contact; Inhalation.

The products within the standard range include toys designed for children under 3 years old (as these toys may be chewed by children in their mouths), and products designed for older children (these products may come into contact with children's mouths, skin, or be inhaled by children).

Specific products or toy components within the standard scope include:

Toys that may be chewed in the mouth by children under 3 years old

Toys or easily accessible toy parts weighing less than or equal to 150 grams that children under three years old play with their hands,

Toys and easily accessible toy parts designed for children under three years old

Oral contact parts of oral toys

Toys worn on the mouth or nose

Toys that children can enter

Composition device components used as or in toys

Toys for indoor use and easily accessible toy parts

Toys for outdoor use and easily accessible toy parts

Toys or toy parts designed to mimic food

May leave traces of solid toy materials behind

Colored liquids that are easily accessible in toys

Colorless liquid easily accessible in toys

Model clay, toy clay or similar products, except for chemical toys mentioned in EN 71-5 standard

Balloon manufacturing components

Imitation totem with adhesive attached

Imitate jewelry

The scope of restricted substances is particularly broad, including flame retardants, colorants, aromatic amines, monomer substances, solvent migration, inhalable 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. Analytical methods for organic compounds

As a major country in toy production and export, China's toy products have always sold well worldwide. However, since the world's largest toy manufacturer Mattel Company recalled a large number of toy products produced in China, resulting in the suicide incident of the chairman of Foshan Lida Toy Factory, there have been continuous reports of Chinese made toy products being recalled. For a time, 'Made in China' and 'toy safety' have become a focus of international attention.

The quality of toy products directly affects the smooth flow of China's domestic and international toy markets in the increasingly fierce international toy market competition. Therefore, domestic toy enterprises should strictly control product quality and solidly improve product safety and quality.


 

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