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International ISO 8124(Part 2 & 3)

According to the last post about the Toy Testing Standard of ISO 8124, let's learn Part 2 & Part 3 today!


Part 2: Flammability Properties

The latest version of this part of ISO 8124 is ISO 8124-2:2007, which was updated in 2007. This part specifies the types of combustible materials that are prohibited from being used in toys and the flame retardant requirements for specific toys when they come into contact with small sources of ignition. Regulation 5 of this part specifies the test method.


Part 3: Migration of specific elements

The latest version of this part of ISO 8124 is ISO 8124-3:2010, updated on May 27, 2010. This part mainly controls the heavy metal content of accessible materials in toy products. This update does not change the specific limit requirements of the standard, but makes the following adjustments at some non-technical levels:

1) The new standard specifies the range of toy materials that need to be tested in detail, and expands the test range for surface coatings on the basis of the first edition;

2) The new standard adds the definition of "paper and cardboard";

3) The new standard changes the test reagents for degreasing and wax removal, and the changed reagents are consistent with the latest version of EN71-3;

4) The new standard adds that the uncertainty needs to be considered when judging whether the quantitative analysis meets the requirements or not;

5) The new standard revised the maximum inhalable amount of antimony from 1.4 micrograms/day to 0.2 micrograms/day.


Now, do you want to know what item we use in this standard? Let me show you here!


1.35LB Fixed Force Sharp Edge Tester ISO 8124-1, Children Products / Toys Safety Test Equipment


To determine whether accessible edges on toys are likely to cause injury. A self-adhesive PTFE tape is attached to a mandrel, which is then rotated for a single 360-degree revolution along the accessible edge being tested. If the tape is cut in half or longer in length (approx. 13 mm), the edge is identified as a hazardous sharp edge. Toys intended for use by children under 8 years old are subject to this requirement before or after use & abuse testing.


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Pub Time : 2022-07-11 13:59:46 >> News list
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