Wrist, palm, knee and elbow protectors for roller skating equipment users
CTC Chinese Business Testing: What is the EU CE Certification?
Protectors for roller skating sports users are helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist and palm protectors, EN 14120:2003 evaluates a range of protective properties of guards, such as impact and wear qualities, taking into account comfort and fit.
Unlike most types of sports protectors, the performance requirements for protectors for users of roller skating equipment are based on the following three weight ranges:
Range A: Users weighing less than 25kg
Range B: Users weighing 25kg – 50kg
Range C: Users weighing more than 50 kg
Sports protective gear CE certification test items:
The magnitude of the force transmitted from the outside to the inner surface through the protector, as well as the impact strength, is evaluated to assess the strength of the protective case to see if a fall will cause the shell to crack or crack on impact. Depending on the quality of the intended wearer, a range of impact energies are used.
The test equipment is based on test equipment for motorcycle clothing and places the sample in contact with a mobile abrasive belt with particle size OP60.
The comfort and fit of the protector was also evaluated, including an ergonomic assessment to ensure that the end user was not subject to movement restrictions when wearing it, a restraint assessment to ensure that the protector remained in place during use, and an assessment that required checking the comfort of the protector. The product does not contain any rough, hard or sharp edges that may cause discomfort or injury to the wearer or others during normal use.
The standard also includes requirements for labels or markings and information that suppliers and manufacturers should provide to the wearers of their products to ensure that the products are used correctly and that users are fully aware of the level of protection provided.
Sports protective gear
CE certification mark
and chemical testing:
In Europe, roller skating sport protectors need to obtain CE marking and, as part of the EC type examination process, also need to evaluate the chemical properties of the materials used in the final product, which have been tested in accordance with other non-toxic requirements specified in EN ISO 13688:2013, including pH, Color Fastness to perspiration, hexavalent chromium, azo dyes, nickel content and pentachlorophenol