BS EN 1130:2019 - Children's furniture. Cribs. Safety requirements and test methods

BS EN 1130:2019

Children's furniture. Cribs. Safety requirements and test methods

Status : Current   Published : December 2019

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This document specifies safety requirements and test methods for cribs (including cradles, suspended cribs and bedside sleepers) for domestic and non-domestic use.

The requirements apply to cribs with a maximum internal length of crib base of 900 mm which are intended to provide sleeping accommodation for infants, until they are able to sit unaided or pull or push themselves up on their hands and knees.

This document does not apply to electrical safety.

It does not apply to cribs used for medical purposes or used in hospitals.

Products that can be converted into other items may be covered by other relevant European Standards.

Annex A (informative) includes a rationale.

Annex B (informative) includes an A-deviation.




Standard NumberBS EN 1130:2019
TitleChildren's furniture. Cribs. Safety requirements and test methods
StatusCurrent
Publication Date03 December 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 71-1:2014+A1:2018, EN 71-2:2011+A1:2014, ISO 48-5, EN 716-1, EN 1103, CEN/TR 13387, EN 716-2, ASTM F2906
ReplacesBS EN 1130-1:1997, BS EN 1130-2:1996
International RelationshipsEN 1130:2019
DescriptorsHoles, Cots, Domestic, Safety measures, Instructions for use, Dimensions, Marking, Safety devices, Stability, Clearances, Beds, Wheels, Baby equipment, Household equipment, Furniture
ICS97.140
97.190
Title in FrenchMobilier de puériculture. Berceaux. Exigences de sécurité et méthodes d'essai
Title in GermanKindermöbel. Krippen. Sicherheitstechnische Anforderungen und Prüfverfahren
CommitteeFW/0/2
ISBN978 0 580 51116 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages48
File Size1.644 MB
Price£240.00


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