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Toy testing
basic introduction
Toys usually refer to products designed or provided for children under 14 years of age to play and use. According to materials, they can be divided into plush toys, plastic toys, wooden toys and metal toys; according to functions, they can be divided into electric toys, sound toys, projectile toys and water toys; according to their uses, they can be divided into dress-up toys and educational toys. , sports toys and science and education toys, etc.
For the quality and safety control of toy products, countries or regions around the world have formulated different standards and limit requirements. We can provide testing services that adapt to various international regulations according to customers' market requirements. The standard testing capabilities cover national or regional standards in mainstream markets such as Europe, North America, and Japan, as well as emerging economies such as Brazil, the Middle East, and Australia. It also has comprehensive Chinese national standard testing capabilities.
Common toy export regulatory requirements
Test items
Europe
USA
Canada
Australia New Zealand
Conventional toys need to be satisfied
Physical and mechanical properties
EN 71-1
ASTM F963,CPSC
CCPSA SOR/2011-17
AS/NZS ISO 8124-1
Flammability
EN 71-2
ASTM F963,

CPSC 16CFR 1500.44,

CPSC 16CFR 1610

CCPSA SOR/2011-17
AS/NZS ISO 8124-2
chemical properties
EN 71-3,
EN 71-9,
REACH
ASTM F963,
CPSC,
CPSIA
CCPSA SOR/2011-17
AS/NZS ISO 8124-3
Plush toys also need to be satisfied
Filling material cleanliness
(Visual inspection)
EN 71-1
ASTM F963,
A.O.A.C. Chapter 16
CCPSA SOR/2011-17
AS/NZS/ISO 8124-1
Filling material cleanliness
(Chemical analysis)
--
Pennsylvania Regulation for Stuffing Cleanliness
--
--
Cleaning and Cleaning Requirements
2009/48/EC,EN 71-1
--
--
--
Electric toys also need to meet
Electrical Safety
EN 62115
ASTM F963 Section 4.25,
CPSC 16CFR 1505
CCPSA SOR/2011-17,
CSA C22.2
IEC 62115
Remote control toys also need to meet
Electromagnetic Compatibility
EMC 2004/108/EC
FCC Part 15B
ICES-003
AS/NZS CISPR 14.1
radio control frequency
R&TTE 1999/5/EC
FCC Part 15C
RSS-210,RSS-310
AS/NZS 4268

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Home > Products >
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Toy testing

Toy testing

Detail Information
Product Description

Toy testing
basic introduction
Toys usually refer to products designed or provided for children under 14 years of age to play and use. According to materials, they can be divided into plush toys, plastic toys, wooden toys and metal toys; according to functions, they can be divided into electric toys, sound toys, projectile toys and water toys; according to their uses, they can be divided into dress-up toys and educational toys. , sports toys and science and education toys, etc.
For the quality and safety control of toy products, countries or regions around the world have formulated different standards and limit requirements. We can provide testing services that adapt to various international regulations according to customers' market requirements. The standard testing capabilities cover national or regional standards in mainstream markets such as Europe, North America, and Japan, as well as emerging economies such as Brazil, the Middle East, and Australia. It also has comprehensive Chinese national standard testing capabilities.
Common toy export regulatory requirements
Test items
Europe
USA
Canada
Australia New Zealand
Conventional toys need to be satisfied
Physical and mechanical properties
EN 71-1
ASTM F963,CPSC
CCPSA SOR/2011-17
AS/NZS ISO 8124-1
Flammability
EN 71-2
ASTM F963,

CPSC 16CFR 1500.44,

CPSC 16CFR 1610

CCPSA SOR/2011-17
AS/NZS ISO 8124-2
chemical properties
EN 71-3,
EN 71-9,
REACH
ASTM F963,
CPSC,
CPSIA
CCPSA SOR/2011-17
AS/NZS ISO 8124-3
Plush toys also need to be satisfied
Filling material cleanliness
(Visual inspection)
EN 71-1
ASTM F963,
A.O.A.C. Chapter 16
CCPSA SOR/2011-17
AS/NZS/ISO 8124-1
Filling material cleanliness
(Chemical analysis)
--
Pennsylvania Regulation for Stuffing Cleanliness
--
--
Cleaning and Cleaning Requirements
2009/48/EC,EN 71-1
--
--
--
Electric toys also need to meet
Electrical Safety
EN 62115
ASTM F963 Section 4.25,
CPSC 16CFR 1505
CCPSA SOR/2011-17,
CSA C22.2
IEC 62115
Remote control toys also need to meet
Electromagnetic Compatibility
EMC 2004/108/EC
FCC Part 15B
ICES-003
AS/NZS CISPR 14.1
radio control frequency
R&TTE 1999/5/EC
FCC Part 15C
RSS-210,RSS-310
AS/NZS 4268