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ISO 8124-1 / EN71 -1 Toy Safety Testing Equipment

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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 accessi
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  • compact
  • equipped with PTFE Tape
  • precision
  • charging unit
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Sharp Edge Tester
Product Information
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.
Dimensions: 290x180x115 mm
Weight: 3.3 kg
Accessories charging unit, foot switch, one roll of PTFE tape, base plate
Testing Standards
Standards: 16 CFR 1500.48, ASTM F963 4.8, EN-71 1998 8.2, ISO 8124,

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