The dynamic strength tester for toys is a piece of impact testing machine commonly adopted by toy manufacturers and third-party inspection agencies. The toy testing equipment drives the toy at a speed of 2±0.2m/s into a non-resilient step to see if the toy collapses or suffers damages, thus offering evidence for toy safety evaluation.
Technical Data of the Impact Testing Machine
|Standards||ISO 8124-1, ASTM F963, EN-71-1, 16 CFR 1500|
|Accessories||Load A (50kg), Load B (25kg)|
Structural Diagrams of Load A and Load B
This test instrument is mainly used to test the dynamic strength of wheeled ride-on toys.
Can simulate driven toys vertically hit the inelastic step in a steady speed of 2m /S ± 0.2 /S, then observe the damaged condition. Applied to toy bicycles, scooters, roller-skate and etc.
Specifications of Load A and Load B
|a||10.42kg (23.0lbs)||150±2mm (5.9±0.1 inch)||75±2mm (3.0±0.1 inch)|
|b||14.58kg (32.1lbs)||178±2mm (7.0±0.1 inch)||75±2mm (3.0±0.1 inch)|