The EU toy standard EN71 has a total of 11 parts. Generally, toys only need to do the first three parts, namely EN71-1, EN71-2, and EN71-3. my country is a big country in toy production and export, and there are many toys exported to the European market. EU toys EN71 test, only toys that pass the EN71 test can be allowed to enter the European market.
EN71-1:2005 Toy Safety - Part 1: Physical and Mechanical Properties
This part mainly includes a drop test, small parts test, sharp edge test, pull test, pressure test, seam test, ear nose eye pull force, torque test, etc.
EN71-2:2006 Toy Safety - Part 2: Flame Retardant Properties
This part specifies the types of flammable materials that are prohibited to be used in all toys and the combustion performance requirements for toys with certain small fire sources. It is required that the burning rate of the tested material shall not exceed the limit specified in the standard. Covers head-worn toys, toy fancy dresses and toys for children to wear during play, toys for children to enter, and soft-filled toys containing plush or textile fabrics.
EN71-3:2001/AC:2002 Toy Safety - Part 3: Transfer of Certain Elements
This part specifies maximum limits for migratory elements (antimony, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, tin) in accessible parts or materials of toys. The test principle is: soluble elements are the extracts extracted from the toy material under the condition that the simulated material is in constant contact with gastric acid for a period of time after swallowing. The content of soluble elements was quantitatively determined by a method with an appropriate detection limit.
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