Tel:400-800-6106 WeChat Label Website map EN

Shenzhen NTEK Testing Technology Co., Ltd.

Current location : Home > News> Regulation standard


A global test standard for fingertip gyro toys that set off the market

2020-01-10
931 Author: NTEK
Key words of this article:

Fingertip gyro abroad, also known as Finger Spinner, is a small toy with a bearing symmetrical structure that can spin on your fingers; it has been popular in North America since early 2016, and it is now popular in INS. Many manufacturers in the Chinese market are currently holding Foreign orders, production of fingertip gyro, then when receiving the order will involve consideration of export inspection and certification.


 
The following editors will briefly explain the certification items that the following countries need to handle when exporting fingertip gyros.

EU standards
1. European Toy Safety Standard Physical and Mechanical Properties EN71-1: 2011 (2014)
2.European toy safety standard Burning performance EN71-2: 2011 + A1: 2014
3.European toy safety standards Migration of specific elements EN71-3: 2013 + A1: 2014
4.2005 / 84 / EC (Article 51,52 of Annex XVII of REACH) Phthalates

American standard
1. American Toy Safety Standard ASTM F963-16 Physical and Mechanical Properties
2. American Toy Safety Standard ASTM F963-16 Flammability
3. American Toy Safety Standard ASTM F963-16 Heavy Metal
4.CPSC Federal Regulations-Physical and Mechanical Properties
5.CPSC Federal Regulations-Flammability
6.CPSC Federal Regulations-Heavy Metal Elements
7.CPSIA US Consumer Goods Act-Total Lead
8.CPSIA US Consumer Products Act-Phthalates
9. California Act 65-Total Lead
10.California Act 65-Phthalates

International standard
1. International Toy Safety Standard ISO8124-1: 2009 Physical and Mechanical Properties
2. International Toy Safety Standard ISO8124-2: 2007 Flammability
3. International Toy Safety Standard ISO8124-3: 2010 Migration of Specific Elements

Australian Standard
1. Australian / New Zealand Toy Standard AS / NZS ISO 8124 1: 2010 Physical and Mechanical Properties
2. Australian / New Zealand Toy Standard AS / NZS ISO 8124 2: 2009 Flammability
3. Australian / New Zealand Toy Standard AS / NZS ISO 8124 3: 2003-Migration of Specific Elements

Chinese standard
1. GB6675.1-2014 China Toy Safety Part I Basic Specifications
2. GB6675.2-2014 China Toy Safety Part 2 Mechanical and Physical Properties
3. GB6675.3-2014 China Toy Safety Part III Flammable Performance
4. GB6675.4-2014 China Toy Safety Part 4 Chemical Properties
5. GB5296.5-2006 Instructions for the use of consumer goods Part 5: Toys

Canadian Standard
Canadian Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA)
1. Toy Safety Regulations SOR / 2011-17 & SOR / 2016-195-Physical and Mechanical Properties
2. Toy Safety Regulations SOR / 2011-17 & SOR / 2016-195-Flammable Performance
3. Toy Safety Regulations SOR / 2011-17 & SOR / 2016-195-Chemical Properties-Heavy Metals
4.O-Benzene Regulations SOR / 2016-188
5. Surface coating material regulations SOR / 2016-193;
6. Leaded Consumer Products Regulations SOR / 2010-273 & SOR / 2016-171

Japanese Standard
1. Japan Toy Association Standard ST 2016 PART1- Physical and Mechanical Properties
2. Japan Toy Association Standard ST 2016 PART2- Flame Retardant Performance
3. Japan Toy Association Standard ST 2016 PART3- Chemical Properties

Obtaining quotations

Corporate name: *
Your name:*
Your cell phone and E-mail:*
Your needs:*

*For your benefit, your information will be kept strictly confidential

Submit successfully

Professional engineers will contact you quickly to provide you with appropriate solutions and look forward to meeting you~

Official account WeChat