|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 unit|
|Packaging Details:||carton box|
|Delivery Time:||3 work days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||1 unit|
|SKYLINE:||Stroller Brake Tester||Standards:||EN71-1,ISO8124-1|
|Material:||Steel||Slop Angel:||0~35°+/- 1°|
Lab Testing Equipment Stroller Brake Performance Tester
Covered with a surface of abrasive papers ( aluminium oxide P60 ) with its longitudinal axis parallel to the incline. Apply a
force of (50+/-2) N in the direction in which the brake handle is normally operated. Apply the force to the brake handle at
the point where it is normally applied in use. Determine whether the toy moves more than 5 cm.
Load the toy scooter using load B,with a nominal mass of 29,5 kg. Apply an additional load with a mass of (25 ± 0,5) kg on the foot brake 29,5 kg.
Apply an additional load with a mass of (25 ± 0,5) kg on the foot brake.
The platform shall be fitted with adjustable stabilizers in such a way that they allow the toy scooter
to maintain a vertical position during the test, but such that they are unloaded when the toy scooter is in a
vertical position. Attach the articulated arms to the handle bar and place the toy scooter on a plane inclined at (10 ± 1)° covered with a surface of abrasive paper (aluminium oxide P60) and with its longitudinal axis parallel to the incline (10 ± 1)° covered with a surface of abrasive paper (aluminium oxide P60)
Ensure that the force required to hold the toy scooter stationary on the inclined plane, parallel to the plane, i less than 50 N.
|Testing surface||Aluminium oxide P60|
|Standards||EN71-1, ISO 8124-1, ASTM F963|
Contact Person: Kasey Xie