ISO TR 8124-9-2020 pdf free download.Safety of toys – Part 9: Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties – Comparison of ISO 8124-1, EN 71-1 and ASTM F963.
This document consists of a comparison of the mechanical and physical requirements covered by the following toy safety standards:
a) ISO: ISO 8124-1:2018;
b) Europe (CEN]: EN 71-1:2014+A1:2018;
c) USA: ASTM F963:2017.
2 Normative references
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3 Terms and definitions
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4 Comparison of scopes
The scope of applicable toy products covered by the referenced standards is generally similar, as shown in Table1
5.2.7 Hand-held toy
The definition in EN 71-1 includes exemptions for toys with certain hand-held features, such as close-to-the-ear toys, rattles, squeeze toys, cap-firing toys, wind toys, voice toys and percussion toys. ISO 8124-1 and ASTM F963 include cap-firing toys. See Table 9.
5.2.8  Hazard ISO 8124-1 provides examples of hazards. See Table 10.
5.2.9 Large and bulky toy
The definition of large and bulky toy in ASTM F963 does not include consideration of the toy’s mass (4,5 kg or more), while mass is one of the factors that can define a toy as large and bulky in ISO 8124-1 and EN 71-1. See Table 11.ISO TR 8124-9 pdf free download.