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GB 22793.1-2008 English PDF (GB22793.1-2008)

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GB 22793.1-2008: Furniture -- Children high chair -- Part 1: Safety requirements

This Part of GB 22793 specifies the safety requirements for children high chair, which aims at minimizing accidents that are caused by normal use or reasonably foreseeable misuse of children high chair and multi-purpose high chair that is used as children high chair. This Part does not apply to additional functions of high chairs of being converted into low chair, low chair and low table, and the functions of baby walkers, strollers, rocking chairs, car seats and reclining low chairs.
GB 22793.1-2008
Furniture.Childrenhigh chair.Part 1. Safety requirements
ICS 97.140
National Standards of People's Republic of China
GB 22793.1-2008/ISO 9221-1.1992
Furniture - High chairs - Part 1. Safety requirements
(ISO 9221-1.1992, IDT)
Published 2008-12-30
2010-03-01 implementation
Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of People's Republic of China Standardization Administration of China issued
Table of Contents
Preface ???
1 Scope 1
2 Normative References 1
Terms and definitions 1 3
4 Material 1
5 structure 2
6 3 logo
7 Instructions 3
8 Package 3
Appendix A (informative) finger or the body may fall into the gap 4
Reference 6
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Chapter 4 section, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7 are mandatory, others are recommended. GB 22793 "furniture, children's high chair" is divided into two parts.
--- GB 22793.1 "furniture, children's high chairs - Part 1. Safety requirements"; --- GB/T 22793.2 "furniture, children's high chairs - Part 2. Test methods." This part of the GB 122,793 Part.
This part identical with ISO 9221-1.1992 "furniture, children's high chairs - Part 1. Safety requirements", the original technology and international standards Text content and structure are identical, so only editorial changes as follows. --- "Normative references" in the introductory phrase accordance with the provisions GB/T 1.1-2000 of; --- with symbols instead of decimal decimal symbol "," ".";
--- with the "present standard" instead of "this International Standard," with "in the present standard in the section" instead of "in the present section of this International Standard"; --- delete informative overview of elements of international standards (including the cover, directory, foreword and introduction); --- load specified in 5.2.8 distance Rao, b value;
--- Added Appendix A (informative);
--- increased references.
Appendix A of this section is an informative annex.
This section was proposed by China Light Industry Federation.
This part of the jurisdiction of the National Standardization Center Furniture. This part was drafted. Shanghai Quality Supervision, Inspection Technology Research Institute, Zhejiang Fangyuan Test Group Co., Ltd., Chengdu All Friends Furniture Co., Ltd., Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, quality and technical supervision of standards and codes, Shunde Standardization Research and Promotion Center. The main drafters of this section. Luo Jufen, Liu Yao country, Mega beams, ancient Ming, Yu Fei Biao, Zhang Friends of the whole, Luo Yuetai, Yang Yining, Chen Bingfu. GB 22793.1-2008/ISO 9221-1.1992
Furniture - High chairs - Part 1. Safety requirements
Range 1
GB 22793 provisions of this section concerning High chairs for domestic security requirements, the purpose is to minimize children's high chair and used High chairs for multipurpose high chair due to normal use or reasonably foreseeable misuse of the accident. This does not apply to chair convertible into a low, low chairs and baby walkers and a low table, push chair, rocking chair, car seat and the lower seat reclining Additional features of the high chair.
This section does not apply to an accident or injury by the play between each other in a high chair for children may be caused by, or by the abuse of children over 3 years old Accidents when using or misuse.
2 Normative references
Terms of the following documents constitute provisions of this section by reference in this section 22793 of the GB . For dated reference documents Pieces, all subsequent amendments (excluding corrections) or revisions do not apply to this section, however, encouraged to reach under this section Whether the parties to the agreement to use the latest versions of these documents. For undated reference documents, the latest versions apply to this section.
GB/T 3922 Textile Test method for color fastness to perspiration (GB/T 3922-1995, eqv ISO 105-E04.1994) GB 5296.1 consumer use General
GB/T 22793.2-2008 furniture, children's high chairs - Part 2. Test methods (ISO 9221-2.1992, IDT) 3 Terms and Definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this section 22793 of GB . 3.1
Usually from 6 months to 3 years old children use the chair for supporting children, to keep children in their seats with their own adjustments. chair Set on a tray can be attached for child feeding, eating or games. The chair is designed to be placed on the ground, which can then make the child sit Near the table surface.
Means a member of the high chair is fixed to another member, such as bolts, wing nuts. 3.3
A device for children from sliding out of the high chair to prevent.
4 Materials
4.1 timber
High chair for wood and wood materials should be non-corrosive and insects. 4.2 Metal
When using the high chair assembled, all exposed metal parts, including components, such as springs, nuts, bolts and washers, etc., should be corrosion-resistant Materials, such as aluminum, stainless steel, or take adequate corrosion protection. When tested according to GB/T 5.2 22793.2-2008 of Which is not higher than the degree of corrosion Ril.
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4.3 dyed textiles
When tested according to the method of GB/T 3922 predetermined color fastness of the dyed textiles as not less than four, the backed weave or Staining fastness assessment was not less than three.
5 Structure
5.1 Applicability
This requirement applies to section 5.2 in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions high chair assembly, if the high chair is designed to be detachable member (such as food Torr Disc, tripod), the requirements apply to the high chair with or without these components. 5.2 Requirements
5.2.1 The high chair should be used materials comply with the requirements of Chapter 4. High chairs should be wipe with a sponge or wipe. 5.2.2 Products should be no unsealed tube. It should be no protrusions, holes, loose washer, speed control means, the nut, the gap (gap size see Appendix A), in order to avoid the use of children's fingers or body into it. There should be no exposed sharp edges, spikes or glitches. 5.2.3 customer due to transportation or storage necessary to disassemble the high chair, means for removing the wood screw assembly should not be used. 5.2.4 High chairs designed and constructed to avoid shearing children in the following situations, other injuries interposed rolling. When the child in the high chair, or a frame member He assembly rotated or folded foldable high chair comprising attempting to move. When children sit in a high chair, a fastening device should not be loosened children. 5.2.5 In addition to the normal operation direction of the fastener, in any direction other High chairs and accessories applied to any part of 90N When a force, these parts and accessories should not be disassembled or destroyed. Fastener minimum operating force in the normal operating direction should be 20N, for plastic Feed material, the test should be carried out at (20 ?? 3) ??? temperature conditions. 5.2.6 High chair should be equipped with straps, hip belt or waistband. If desired, the high chair should be provided to take the position of attachment or the like in the form of a ring, The attachment position should be set within the shaded area shown in FIG. When the test according to 5.4 GB/T 22793.2-2008 these attachment And connection with the intermediate member should be free of any visible damage, a movement of the attachment position should not affect the other. At any time, each Distance from the front of the chair back should be no more than 50mm, the distance from the seat above shall not exceed 75mm. When according to GB/T 22793.2- 4.1 2008 test modules test, the test module should be placed as far as possible behind the seat (see FIG. 1). Further, the high chair can be equipped with a Set by the minimum width of 15mm complete and shoulder belt composed of permanent subsidiary strap means. In millimeters
The positioning strap attachment position Fig 1
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5.2.7 In the high chair tray regardless of whether the food product should be designed to prevent children from slipping out of the seat forward. Typically brought by equipping a crotch width of not less than 20mm to meet this requirement, the crotch belt and the tray system between a seat, or seat and Or take the mouth between horizontal gridlines band.
When the press GB/T 5.5 22793.2-2008 test, the crotch belt should be no damage. 5.2.8 When according to GB/T 5.10.2 and 5.10.3 test 22793.2-2008 high chair should not Alice any leg from the ground, Rao distance until the load is applied, it becomes greater than 140mm respectively Chou and 120mm. When according to GB/T 22793.2-2008 5.10.4 and 5.10.5 test, any of the high chair should not Alice leg off the ground, until Applying a load of greater than 200N far.
5.2.9 When according to GB/T 5.6 22793.2-2008 the test, any part of the high chair should not be disassembled or destroyed; when the high chair is equipped with A tray, according to when the GB/T 5.6.7 22793.2-2008 test, the tray should not detract from the high chair. 5.2.10 folding high chair, when the test according to 5.7 GB/T 22793.2-2008 should not be collapsed. 5.2.11 In addition to baby walkers can be converted into a high chair, the equipment should not be high chair casters. When using the walker as a function of the high chair should be lock Fixed casters to prevent the baby sitting in a high chair, high chair to generate movement. 5.2.12 When according to GB/T 5.8 22793.2-2008 test, the back adjustable mechanical means should not be an increase or a sliding seat and The set-back angle.
6 logo
Each multi-purpose high chair or high chair when claiming compliance with the requirements of this section enacted, should be long-lasting and significant mark. a) name of the manufacturer, wholesaler or retailer, trademarks or other marks; b) statement.
1) "Warning. Do not leave children unattended!";
2) equipped with a safety harness in place, should be added the following additional warning. Whenever possible, children should be properly secured and tied adjustable safety harness. 7 Instructions
According to GB 5296.1, should provide a high chair or a multipurpose high chair correct and safe assembly and use, this description should first means Description. For future reference, focusing on saving.
8 Package
Any plastic packaging used to pack a warning shall be labeled with the following. To avoid danger of suffocation, the use of this product should be preceded by removing the plastic packaging, these packages should be cleared away or infants and young children. GB 22793.1-2008/ISO 9221-1.1992
Appendix A
Finger or body may fall into the gap
A. 1 types of pores, openings, and gaps
A. 1.1 may finger into the hole, and the opening gap
When you press section A. Chapter 2 test, not accessible region size greater than 5mm and less than 12mm and the clearance hole, the depth of less than With the exception of 10mm.
7mm diameter larger than the hole allowing the assembly. When you press section A. Chapter 2 of 7mm diameter nose cone to 30N when force test, cone should not be You can pass through the holes of the mesh.
A. 1.2 clamping limbs pores, openings, and gaps
When you press section A. Chapter 2 were tested in the accessible region should not be greater than the diameter of the hole is equal to 25mm and less than 45mm, and the opening gap.
A. 1.3 clamping head, neck and body bore, the opening and the gap
When you press section A. Chapter 2 test, not accessible area should be greater than or equal diameter holes, openings and gaps of 65mm. If metal Member (foot pedal) consisting of a screen, should be no greater than equal to the diameter of the hole, and opening a gap of 85mm. Diameter of the wire should be not less To 2mm.
A. Measurement 2, holes and gaps
A. 2.1 can be measured into the finger holes, openings and gaps
5mm in diameter with a cone head, 7mm and 12mm slide gauge detecting the accessible region. Regulation is applied to the slide in Table A. 1 shown in force, the recording Can through the aperture cone.
A. 2.2 limbs may fall into the hole, and measuring the gap opening
Slip cone with a diameter of 45mm and 25mm gauge detects all accessible region of the contact hole may be, the gap and the opening. To slip regulation It is applied as shown in Table A. 1 shown in force, whether the recording head through the aperture cone. A. 2.3 into the measuring head, neck and trunk holes, openings and gaps , 65mm and 85mm slide regulatory testing of all the accessible region can contact hole, and an opening gap with a cone diameter of 45mm. Regulation is applied to the slide in Table A. 1 shown in force, whether the recording head through the aperture cone. Table A. 1 cone diameter and the force applied
Cone diameter/mm applied force/N
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A. Measuring cone 3
See Figure A. 1, or a hard plastic, made of a smooth cone material, is mounted on a force measuring device. Cone diameter respectively, 5mm, 7mm, 12mm, 25mm, 45mm, 65mm and 85mm nine kinds of specifications, wherein a diameter of 5mm, 7mm, 25mm, 65mm and 85mm cone tolerance is (0/-0.1) mm, a diameter of 12mm, 45mm cone tolerance is (+ 0.1/0) mm. Note. the relevant provisions of holes, openings and gaps found in Ref. Figure A. 1 a schematic view of the slide and the measuring cone
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