The national standard of the hottest toy coating h

2022-07-30
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The national standard for toy coating has been issued, and the market response is not positive.

toys are children's closest partners. Some toys have bright colors and novel shapes on the surface, but there are many problems hidden in them. From October 1, China's first compulsory national standard "limits of harmful substances in toy coatings" was officially implemented. The standard sets the upper limit for the content of lead, arsenic, mercury and other harmful substances in toy coatings. Toy safety has once again become the focus of public attention. After the implementation of the new standard for nearly a month, do the toys sold in Nanning meet the new standard? On the 21st and 22nd, an interview was conducted on this issue and it was found that the description of toy paint was rare in the market

most operators and citizens don't know about the new regulations.

it is learned from the quality supervision department of the autonomous region that the limit of harmful substances in toy coatings specifies five categories of harmful substances in children's toy coatings: under the conditions of explicit product proportioning, according to the relevant testing requirements, the lead content in toy coatings shall not exceed 600mg/kg, the arsenic content shall not exceed 25mg/kg, the mercury content shall not exceed 60mg/kg, toluene, ethylbenzene The proportion of xylene shall not exceed 0.3% and the limit requirements for eight soluble elements and six types of phthalates

on the 21st and 22nd, during a visit to some toy markets in Nanjing, which further improved the competitiveness of the south market, it was found that some operators did not understand this provision. When holding a painted electric toy in a store selling baby products on Minzhu road and asking whether it met the standard, the salesperson said that he had never heard of this standard

according to the quality supervision department, the standard sets an upper limit on the content of harmful substances such as lead, arsenic and mercury in toy coatings. The new national standard will help regulate toy production, and parents will be more relieved to buy toys for their children

as for the new standards that have been implemented, some citizens said that although they are not confident about those toys coated with paint, they do not know much about the new standards that have been issued. They hope that the competent authorities will publicize them more

in recent days, I visited several large supermarkets and wholesale markets in Nanning, and found that the children's toys sold in the market did not have any marks on the paint. Most toys had certificates of conformity, safety certification and manufacturers, but some toys did not even have marks on the manufacturers

DSM appeared with various solutions for mobile equipment at the 2015 International Rubber and plastic exhibition held in Guangzhou on May 20 (2) 3. On the morning of May 22, DSM came to a large supermarket on Chaoyang Road and found that most of the children's toys in the supermarket clearly indicated the manufacturer, applicable age, Executive Standards and certificate of conformity, as well as "use under adult supervision", "prevent suffocation caused by eating small objects" "Do not place with substances with strong acidity and alkalinity" and other warnings. Some toys are also marked with "100% non-toxic materials", "non-toxic plastics, rest assured to use" and other signs, but the ingredients of these "non-toxic materials" are not given

it is noted that in the toy product description, only safety warnings are used, and the specific coating used in the toy is not clear. In this regard, the salesperson said: "paint is just to make toys more eye-catching. For toys produced by regular manufacturers, the materials should be OK."

after visiting several toy stores in a large wholesale market on Jinan Road, I found that many toy labels were not clear, some were only warnings, some were only manufacturers, some were packaged in Japanese and English, and some had nothing. He picked up a bag of colored plastic toys and asked the salesperson if it was safe. The salesperson said, "you have to watch the child play. You can't let him put it in his mouth."

in the interview, it was found that most toys are made of plastic, static plastic, hardware, wood and other materials, with bright colors. The accuracy of age-appropriate experimental force must be regularly verified by the measurement unit recognized by the national authority. However, the ABS produced by the small-scale rolling mill of xianamerican Aluminum Co., Ltd. is superior to the traditional ingot hot rolling process in terms of internal microstructure and surface quality. See the description of toy coating

experts remind not to take problem toys home

at a toy store in a wholesale market on Jinan Road, Ms. Wu, a citizen of Nanning, is shopping for toy guns for her children. She said: "when I buy toys, I will see if there is a manufacturer, but I haven't paid attention to the composition of the paint."

experts from the quality supervision department said that toys directly contact children's bodies. Once the harmful substances in the toy paint exceed the standard, it may lead to the decline of children's liver and kidney function, the reduction of red blood cells in the blood, and even the risk of cancer, affecting children's health. When consumers buy toys, they should first pay attention to whether the material composition of toys contains toxicity. For example, when choosing plastic toys, polyethylene (PE) plastics are non-toxic, and plasticizers in polyvinyl chloride (PVC) contain harmful substances. The pigments painted on toys usually contain toxic substances such as arsenic, lead and mercury. Try to choose products with lower content than the standard when purchasing. When children play with toys, parents should monitor them and ask them to wash their hands after playing

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