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GB 17498.6-2008: Stationary training equipment -- Part 6: Treadmills -- Additional specific safety requirements and test methods

GB 17498.6-2008
Stationary training equipment.Part 6. Treadmills.Additional specific safety requirements and test methods ICS 97.220.30
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National Standards of People's Republic of China
GB 17498.6-2008/ISO 20957-6.2005
Stationary training equipment
Part 6. Treadmills
Additional specific safety requirements and test methods
(ISO 20957-6.2005, IDT)
Posted 2008-12-30
2010-04-01 implementation
Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of People's Republic of China Standardization Administration of China released
Foreword
Section 5 of this chapter, Chapter 7 are mandatory; the rest are recommended. GB 17498 "Stationary training equipment" consists of the following nine sections. --- Part 1. General safety requirements and test methods;
Strength training equipment, additional specific safety requirements and test methods;. --- Part 2 Strength training benches, additional specific safety requirements and test methods;. Part 4 of --- --- Part 5. Particular safety requirements and test methods Pedal crank training equipment, additional; --- Part 6. specific safety requirements and test methods for treadmills added; --- Part 7. specific safety requirements and test methods for rowing attached; --- Part 8. Particular safety requirements and test methods for stepping machine, step machine and additional climber; --- Part 9. elliptical trainers, additional specific safety requirements and test methods; --- Part 10. with a fixed wheel or without flywheel exercise bike, additional specific safety requirements and test methods. This is part of the GB Part 617 498.
The standard at the time of division of its parts, in order to maintain consistency with the original international standards, will be Part 2 and Part 3 be merged. This part identical with ISO 20957-6.2005 "Stationary training equipment - Part 6. Treadmills, additional specific safety requirements and experiment method".
For ease of use, this section made the following editorial changes.
--- In order to maintain our existing fitness equipment harmonization of national standards and in accordance with the actual use of such products in the field at home and abroad The product and our customary name, appropriately modified "guide elements" standard name; that is, directly translated Thesaurus "stationary training equipment" (stationarytrainingequipment) in order to modify the "Stationary training equipment"; --- Remove the cover of the international standard, PDF denied responsibility statement (PDFdisclaimer), Preface and Table of Contents; --- Use the decimal symbol instead of decimal symbol ",". ",";
--- With "GB 17498 of the present part" or "this part" instead of "this International Standard." This part is proposed by the China National Light Industry Council.
This part of the National Center for Standardization centralized stationery. This section drafted by. National Sporting Goods Quality Supervision and Inspection Center, Shanxi O Reiter Health Industry Co., Ltd., Ningbo Kelly Andean Sports Equipment Co., Ltd., Shandong Xianghe Group Co., Ltd., Qingdao Impulse (Group) Co., Ltd., Beijing Sports century state system with Product Quality Certification Center, Shenzhen, a good family Industrial Co., evergreen (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. sports equipment. Participated in the drafting of this section. Shandong Relax Health Industry Co., Ltd. Shandong British Klein Group Co., Ltd., Nantong Iron Man Sporting Products Co., Ltd., Fujian Shu Hua Sporting Goods Co., Ltd. Shandong Phoenix fitness equipment. The main drafters of this section. Yan-Ling Wang, Tian Xu, Li Zheng Qi, a Zhu, Cui Juntao, Houdu Xing, Su Junjie, Xi Xiaogang, Wang Su, Zhang Jiaxing, Liu Yan Xiong.
GB 17498.6-2008/ISO 20957-6.2005
Stationary training equipment
Part 6. Treadmills
Additional specific safety requirements and test methods
1 Scope
GB 17498 of the provisions of this part of GB 17498.1 In addition to the general safety requirements, specifically for treadmill additional safety requirements, the Use part should be combined with the GB 17498.1.
This section applies to power-driven and human-powered treadmill class fitness equipment (hereinafter referred to as treadmills). 2 Normative references
The following documents contain provisions which, through reference in this Part of GB 17498, constitute provisions of this part. For dated references Documents, all subsequent amendments (not including errata content) or revisions do not apply to this section, however, encourage the present section Research on the parties to reach an agreement to use the latest versions of these documents. For undated references, the latest edition of the appropriate Used in this section.
Part 1 GB 4706.1 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances. General requirements (GB 4706.1-2005, IEC 60335-1. 2004, IDT)
GB 9706.1 Medical Electrical Equipment Part 1. General Requirements for Safety (GB 9706.1-2007, IEC 601-1. 1988, IDT) GB/T 14048.14 voltage switchgear and control equipment Part 5-5. Control circuit devices and switching elements having a mechanical lock Electrical emergency stop device latch function (GB/T 14048.14-2006, IEC 60947-5-5.1997, IDT) GB 17498.1-2008 Stationary training equipment - Part 1. General safety requirements and test methods (ISO 20957-1.2005, IDT)
ISO 5904 Gymnastic equipment floor exercise floor mat and non-slip surface Determination ISO 9838 alpine ski snowboard deck means test
EN292 Safety of machinery - Basic concepts, general principles for design 3 Terms and Definitions
GB 17498.1 establish the following terms and definitions apply to this part of GB 17498. 3.1
Having a single direction of movement of the surface, the surface can stroll sports or jogging, the feet are free to leave the moving surface of fitness equipment. 3.2
Note. Figure 1 is only a legend to explain given the name of each member. 3.3
After removing the roller cover running band width can be used. (See Figure 1 Chou) GB 17498.6-2008/ISO 20957-6.2005
Millimeters
1 --- display;
2 --- front handle;
3 --- side armrest;
4 --- non-slip surface;
5 --- pedal platform;
6 --- shroud rear roller (see FIG. 2);
7 --- running boards;
8 --- running surface (band);
. 9 --- front shroud;
10 --- emergency stop device;
--- Rear roller. 11 (see FIG. 2);
Chou --- running surface (band) width.
Note. The numbers in Figure 1 and No. 2 in this section is consistent.
Figure 1 treadmill Legend
Category 4
Shall comply with the requirements of Chapter 4 of GB 17498.1.
5 Safety requirements
5.1 General
Design of equipment parts shall meet the following requirements.
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5.2 external structure
5.2.1 accessible crushing and shearing points within the region
If in the course of elevation changes result from the equipment on any part of the ground is less than 60mm, elevation speed should not change Chaoguo 1 °/s.
Users should be able to stop their movement.
5.2.2 transmission member and the rotating member
Avoid running surface, between the point of introduction between the rear roller and the frame, rear drum/running belt and the ground, through the use of a tumbler Protection To achieve the cover (see Figure 2).
Millimeters
5 --- foot platform (also covering running band);
6 --- rear roller guard;
8 --- running surface (band);
. 11 --- rear roller.
Figure 2 rear roller guard
6.1 Test press, between the rear surface of the drum cover and running test finger should not be stuck. Running surface edge under all operating conditions With rear roller cover a distance of not less than 10mm.
Motor drive system components shall comply with EN292.
5.2.3 Surface Temperature
When you press the test 6.2, temperature accessible parts of the equipment should not exceed 65 ℃. 5.3 Emergency Stop
5.3.1 General
All powered treadmill should be equipped with emergency/safety stop switch, including push-button switch or a pull switch. 5.3.2 Characteristics
In the emergency stop device should not be reset manually reset before the circuit is turned on. The case where a plurality of emergency stop devices, all actuators complex Former circuit should back ON.
Manual control of the emergency stop device should ensure that direct contact is disconnected, as described in GB 14048.14. Users should be able to easily reach the emergency stop devices.
When the switch is activated, the software should be able to do is cut off the main power supply, and the treadmill should be completely stopped. 5.3.3 The emergency brake operation switch
The emergency brake operation switch should be red, the operating switch should be yellow background. Push-button operation switch should palmate or mushroom-shaped head. GB 17498.6-2008/ISO 20957-6.2005
5.4 locking method
Powered treadmill should have a locking method to prevent third parties from uncontrolled use. This method should be in the Instruction Manual Noted.
6.4 Test Press.
5.5 Stability
6.5 press test, the treadmill should not tipping.
5.6 Static load
6.6 press test, the treadmill should be subjected to the following loads. a) H class body mass (100kg) four times;
b) S class body mass (100kg) six times.
Not damaged.
After the test, the treadmill should have according to the manufacturer's instructions properly function. On sloping treadmill test should be carried out separately in the case of a horizontal state, the intermediate state and the maximum slope. 5.7 Durability
When you press the 6.7 test, the treadmill should bear.
a) H class 12,000 shocks;
b) S class 100,000 impact.
After the test, the treadmill should have according to the manufacturer's instructions properly function, should not exhibit any damage. 5.8 Sidearms/front handle
For user support and emergency jump off the treadmill should be equipped with a front side of the handle or handrail. And may use one of the following configurations. a) a front handle;
b) two side handrails;
c) a combination of both.
Front handle should.
d) have a minimum width (running surface width + 50mm), and symmetrically with the longitudinal axis of the running surface; e) running from the surface of the vertical height of 800mm ~ 950mm.
Measured from the center two side bars, the maximum spacing is 900mm.
By 6.8 when tested side armrest/handle before permanent deformation should not exceed 3%. If the treadmill has both front and side handrails handle it We should also meet this requirement.
5.9 foot platform
Treadmills should be equipped with a foot platform, see Figure 1.
After removing the cylinder cover, the foot platform and running the length of the surface should be the same, and a minimum width of 80mm. Foot platform should have at least 400mm × 70mm non-slip surface, when the test according to ISO 5904, the coefficient of friction of not less than 0.5. When the test by 6.9, permanent deformation of the foot platform should not exceed 3%. Side armrest can be connected to the foot platforms.
Note. This article does not apply to non-slope or flywheels human treadmill. 5.10 Electrical safety
Electrical and electronic safety-related requirements should be consistent with the general purpose of the requirements of GB 4706.1, for medical purposes should be consistent with GB 9706.1 Claim.
5.11 additional level requirements
A grade, B grade and C grade should meet the requirements of Table 1.
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Table 1 Grade Basic requirements
A Class B C Grade Test Method
Data Display (significantly
Indicator)
(Where applicable) speed, slope in%
Represents (see FIG. 3),
Distance, time, using international units
(Where applicable) speed, slope in%
He says
Distance, time, using international units
Visual inspection
Performance Test
Accuracy
Time. ± 1%
Distance. ± 5%
speed.
≤2km/when h. ± 0.1km/h
> When 2km/h. ± 5%
Slope (where applicable). ± 10%
Time. ± 1% a
Distance. ± 10%
speed.
≤2km/when h. ± 0.2km/h
> When 2km/h. ± 10%
Slope (where applicable). ± 15%
No b 6.10
Treadmill running
The minimum length of the step surface
And minimum width
≤8km/h. 1000mm ×
400mm;
> 8km/h to 16km/h.
1200mm × 400mm
> 16km/h. 1300mm ×
400mm
≤8km/h. 1000mm ×
400mm
> 8km/h to 16km/h.
1200mm × 400mm
> 16km/h. 1300mm ×
400mm
1000mm × 325mm;
≤6km/h (walking)
> 6km/h See Class B
Reference speed
Measurement Test
Human-driven treadmill
Treadmill minimum surface
The minimum length and width
NA 1000mm × 400mm 1000mm × 325mm
Minimum speed
≤0.5km/h,
Incremental 0.1km/h
≤2km/h,
Incremental 0.5km/h
≤3km/h 6.10
a mechanical timer devices. ± 5%.
b If you are.
Time. ± 2% a.
Distance. ± 20%.
speed.
When ≤3km/h. ± 0.3km/h;
> 3km/when h. ± 20%.
Slope. ± 25%.
Slope = B/A × 100 (%)
Figure 3 percent grade calculation
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6 Test methods
6.1 Test drive member and the rotating member
All entry points to insert test finger. Determining whether the test finger is stuck. 6.2 Test surface temperature
When measured according to 6.7 Test temperature.
a) H class after 30min;
b) S class after 60min.
6.3 Test Emergency Stop
Visual and functional test.
6.4 Test locking method
Visual and functional test.
6.5 Stability Test
By a test person (100 ± 5) kg to 8km/h ~ 10km/h speed running test.
a) in the running direction of + 10 ° and -10 °;
b) In all other directions 5 °.
In the slope of the maximum and minimum range.
In a horizontal plane to the maximum incline of the treadmill, former press 8km/h ~ 10km/h speed using the handle/foot platform to make an emergency jump From test speeds of up to less than the maximum speed of the press.
6.6 Static Load Test
Running from the rear surface of the meter from the location at 66%, and in the center of the running surface, applying a test area of 300mm × 300mm Load. Running surface can be fixed. Test holding 1min.
If the slope of applicable load is applied at the level of the middle and highest position. 6.7 Durability Test
equipment.
a) a specification of 155/13 car tires, air pressure 0.15MPa when the total mass of 75kg (including tire quality), shown in Figure 4. b) drop height. 10mm;
c) Frequency. not less than 30 times/min.
1 --- car tires.
4 Durability Test
GB 17498.6-2008/ISO 20957-6.2005
program.
Running from the surface of the rear end of the count from the 66% position in the running surface of the center line of the tire fall. d) H class 12,000;
e) S class 100,000 times.
Speed.
f) H class 8km/h;
g) S class 12km/h.
(If less than a predetermined speed, at maximum speed).
For a resistance system of human-powered treadmill, according to 50% ± 10% H class or S class resistance to 8km/h speed drive Moving treadmill.
If the system is no resistance in the middle of the slope test.
Instructions should be lubricated and related preparations.
If during the test the resonance, the speed can be adjusted within ± 15% in order to eliminate resonance. Check the treadmill using the function in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. 6.8 Sidearms/front handle test
80mm ± 5mm tape applied in the vertical test load 1000N by a width of the side handrails/front handlebar at maximum force Dutch keep 5min.
With the vertical test, the use of the belt 500N is applied to the test level in the same position in the horizontal direction of the front handle at maximum force Load and keep 5min.
Permanent deformation is then measured.
6.9 foot platform test
Test soles in line with the requirements of ISO 9838, in the middle of the foot platform to impose anti-skid surface 2000N force to maintain 5min. Determination of permanent deformation.
6.10 Accuracy test time, speed, distance
Measurement accuracy rate should be under no load, measured according to the following rate. a) minimum speed, see Table 1;
b) the maximum speed;
c) an intermediate speed.
Suitable for class A; class B and class C measured only at maximum speed. Human-powered treadmill, should 8km/h to drive the wheels, in order to check the accuracy of its readings through a speed. Test time measuring device accuracy should be more than 30min.
7 Additional Operating Instructions
In addition to GB 17498.1-2008, shall provide each treadmill easy to understand instructions. Based on categories, instructions shall contain at least the following. The maximum body mass a) users;
Description and function b) fixing method described;
c) jumped off the emergency;
d) an emergency stop device;
e) equipment rear 2000mm × 1000mm safe area.
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