EN 71-3:1994

Safety of toys - Part 3: Migration of certain elements

Publication date:   Jan 1, 1997

General information

99.60 Withdrawal effective   Jun 5, 2013

CEN

CEN/TC 52 Safety of toys

European Norm

97.200.50   Toys

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Scope

The requirements of this part of this standard is based on bioavailability resulting from the use of toys and shall not as an objective exceed the below mentioned levels per day: 1,4 microgram for antimony; 0,1 microgram for arsenic; 25,0 microgram for barium; 0,6 microgram for cadmium; 0,3 microgram for chromium; 0,7 microgram for lead; 0,5 microgram for mercury; 5,0 microgram for selenium. For the interpretation of these figures it has been necessary to identify an upper limit for the ingestion of toy material. Very limited data has been available for identifying this upper limit.

Related legislation

Legislation related to this standard

88/378/EEC

Safety of toys

Harmonized/Supporting

Life cycle

PREVIOUSLY

Replaces
EN 71-3:1988

Replaces
EN 71-3:1988/AC1:1989

NOW

WITHDRAWN
EN 71-3:1994
99.60 Withdrawal effective
Jun 5, 2013

Relations

Adopted from ISO 8124-3:1997