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|Product Name:||EN 71 1998 Sharp Points Cusp Tester , Toy Safety Testing Device||Standard:||16 CFR 1500.48 / ASTM F963 4.8 EN-71 1998 8.14 GB 6675-2003 A.5.9|
|Accessories:||1 Pound Counterweight||Materials:||Stainless Steel|
|Test Purpose:||Detect Whether There Is An Unreasonable Risk Of Injury To The Touchable Points On The Toy.||Key Words:||Sharp Points Cusp , Toy|
EN 71 1998 Toy Testing Machine,
ASTM F963 4.8 Toy Testing Machine,
GB 6675 Toy Tester
EN 71 1998 Sharp Points Cusp Tester , Toy Safety Testing Device
The sharpness tester is a toy safety testing device, used to detect whether there is a sharpness endangering safety in a position where the toy can reach.
All accessories are made of stainless materials, and the technical parameters of the instrument are consistent with the requirements of each country
United States: 16 CFR 1500.48 / ASTM F963 4.8
European Union: EN-71 1998 8.14
China: GB 6675-2003 A.5.9
Accessories 1 pound counterweight (stainless steel)
1. Place the sharp point tester on the tangible point and check whether the tested point can be inserted into the sharp point tester to the specified depth degree. The pointed point to be tested is inserted into the measuring slot and an external force of 1 pound is applied to make the indicator light. This point is judged to be a sharp point.
2. Wood thorns in wooden toys are dangerous and sharp points, so they must not be present on the toys.
3. Before each inspection, the sensor head must be adjusted according to the regulations to ensure the accuracy and sensitivity of the sensor.
4. When adjusting the sharp point tester, first loosen the locking ring, and then rotate the locking ring to move it forward enough to the indicator device to expose the calibration reference scale on the circle. Rotate the measuring cover clockwise until the indicator light flashes. Rotate the measuring cap counterclockwise until the appropriate micrometer mark is consistent with the calibration scale, and then turn the locking ring until the locking ring abuts the measuring cap to fix the measuring cap in position.
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