|The European Union has implemented strict safety standards for all toys sold in the EU. The standard EN 71 has been published in 11 parts: |
- Part 1: mechanical and physical properties.
This standard contains requirements for the design, strength, performance and labelling of toys.
- Part 2: flammability
This standard contains requirements and test methods to assess the flaming characteristics of toys
- Part 3: migration of certain elements
This standard contains requirements which limit the amount of toxic metals in the materials used to make toys.
- The other standards contain requirements for the safety of electric toys, hygiene etc.
Download our EN 71 Part 3 certificates: (PDF)
[Capri] || [Capri, turquoise (10506240)] || [Capri, turquoise (W4910300)] || [Capri, purple (W4341500)] || [Young line] || [Young line, organic cotton] || [Westfalia] || [Tricot] || [cotton plush] || [cotton fleece] || [cotton plush (1806109), organic cotton] || [cotton plush (1806010), organic cotton] || [cotton plush (1806197), organic cotton] || [cotton plush (1729176), organic cotton] || [velour] || [velour, white (1807081)] || [rustling paper]
Download our EN 71 Part 1 certificates: (PDF)
[ rustling paper] || [squeaker flat] || [rattle ball] || [rattle box]
Following fabrics have been tested and they all passed well within the acceptable limits: