ISO 7175-1:1997 pdf download – Children’s cots and folding cots for domestic use – Part 1: Safety requirements
ISO 7175-1:1997 pdf download – Children’s cots and folding cots for domestic use – Part 1: Safety requirements.
4.2.4 When tested in accordance with 5.3.3 ci ISO 7175-2:1997, neither the test chain nor the dlec shall be caught by any past accessible from Inside the cot.
1 Outside pasts accessible from inside are thee. case be touched by the teat chain when guided along the uppermost
past of the side ralle and the bed encle from inside the .
2 The bed base I considered as not accessible bocaie It I coveted by the mattress.
4.2.5 Castors shall not be fitted except in one of the following arrangements:
a) two caslors and two legs; or
b) four castor., of which at least two can be locked.
The locks shall prevent the castor. from rolling and they shall not unlock when tested in accordance with 5.11 of
42.8 Connecting screws for direct fastening (e.g. self-tapping screws) shall not be used for the assembly of any cosoponent that Is designed to be removed or loosened when cksmanding the cot for purposes of transportation or storage.
4.27 If the bed base is acustab4e, it shall not be possible to adjust It from a higher position to a lower position without the use of a tool.
42.8 The mechanism used for controlling any dropside shall engage automatically when the dropside is raised and shall consist of the following:
a) two fastening devices, separated by a dis:ance of at least 850 rvwn, that have to be operated .imoftaneou&y or b) a system that requires at least two separate but simultaneous actions operating on different pnncIles; or
C) a system that requires at least two consecutive actions operating on different pnnciples, th. operation of the second being dependent on the first having been carried out and sustained: or
d) locking mechanisms so constwcled that the residual force for operating them Ii at least 50 N when tested in accordance with 5.10.2 of ISO 7175-2:1997,
42.9 In order to prevent a folding cot from folding unintentionally, the folding system shall be equipped with a locking mechanism.
When tested in accordance with 5.10.1 of ISO 7175-2:1997. the folding cot shall not fold. When the folding cot is erected for use, either
a) It shall not be possible for a child to lift the base or a part of the base when It is inside the bed: or
b) a minimum force of 50 N shall be required to release the locking mechanism of the folding system before arid after being tested in accordance with 5.10.2 of ISO 7175-21997; or
c) at leasi two consecutive actions shal be required to release the locking mechanism of th. folding system, the operatn of the second being dependent on the first having been carried out and sustained; or
d) at least two separate but simullaneous actions, operating on different principles, shall be required to release the locking mechanism of the folding system; or
e) two fastening devices, separated by a distance of at least 850 mm, that have to be operated simultaneously. shall be required to release the locking mechanism of the folding system,
Locking mechanisms other than those for dropside and folding mechanisms shall have a residual force of at least SON for operating when tested in accordance with 5.10.2 of ISO 7175-2:1997.
Any plastic covering used as packaging for cots, foidmg cots or mattresses, it applicable, that does not fulfil the requirements of ISO B124.t .h be conspicuously marked with the following warning:
To avoid danger of suffocation, remove this plastic cover betore using this article. This cover should then be destroyed er kept away from babies and children.
6 Instructions for use
Instructions shall be provided in the official language(s) 01 the country where the cot is sold,
These insinictions shall be headed:
IMPORTANT — RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE — READ CAREFULLY.
These instructions shall Include the followmg:
a) a statement that a foldIng cot is ready for use only when the locking mechanisma of the foldIng system are engaged;
b) if the height of the bed base is acuslable, a statement that the lowest position is the safest and that the base should aays be used in that position as soon as the baby is old enough to sit up. When adjustable side’s are provided, rnckide the additional statement:
If you leave the child unattended in the cot, always make iure that the dropsid. Is in the highest position;
c) where detachable support raila are provided to support the bed base above its lowest position, a statement that it is essential to remove these rads before the cot Is used in ti lowest position.