Safety of toys — Part 4: Swings, slides and similar activity toys for indoor and outdoor family domestic use — Amendment 2
Sécurité des jouets — Partie 4: Balançoires, glissoires et jouets à activité similaire à usage domestique familial intérieur et extérieur — Amendement 2
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Safety of toys —
Swings, slides and similar activity
toys for indoor and outdoor family
Sécurité des jouets —
Partie 4: Balançoires, glissoires et jouets à activité similaire à usage
domestique familial intérieur et extérieur
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The main changes are as follows:
— Requirements for minimum clearance and lateral stability have been adjusted to provide for swingelements with a single point of suspension.
— The minimum clearance between footrests on swing elements and the ground has been adjusted toalign with ASTM F1148.
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Safety of toys —
Swings, slides and similar activity toys for indoor and
outdoor family domestic use
Replace as follows.
a) Example of a flat seat b) Example of a gondola
1 crossbeam/support member
2 suspension connector
3 suspension coupling
4 means of suspension
5 swing device
6 swing element (e.g. seat, rings, bar, gondola)
NOTE A swing device can include one or more footrests. Footrests are considered as parts of the swingelements
Figure 4 — Diagrammatic representation of examples of