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DIN EN ISO 25649-6

Floating leisure articles for use on and in the water - Part 6: Additional specific safety requirements and test methods for Class D devices (ISO 25649-6:2017)

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Organization: DIN
Publication Date: 1 April 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 28
ICS Code (Outdoor and water sports equipment): 97.220.40
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This document is applicable for Class D floating leisure articles for use on and in water according to ISO 25649-1 regardless whether the buoyancy is achieved by inflation or inherent buoyant material.

This document is to be applied with ISO 25649-1 and ISO 25649-2.

NOTE 1 Typical products forming Class D (see Annex A):

- inflatable climbing structures on the water;

- bouncing platforms N1) ;

- inflatable slides;

- water trampolines;

- teeter totters;

- obstacle courses.

NOTE 2 Typical places for application:

- pools;

- lakes, ponds;

- open sea;

- sea shore (no offshore winds, no currents).

N1) National footnote: This type is also known as a "bouncy castle".

Document History

November 1, 2021
Floating leisure articles for use on and in the water - Part 6: Additional specific safety requirements and test methods for Class D devices (ISO/DIS 25649-6:2021); German and English version prEN ISO 25649-6:2021
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DIN EN ISO 25649-6
April 1, 2018
Floating leisure articles for use on and in the water - Part 6: Additional specific safety requirements and test methods for Class D devices (ISO 25649-6:2017)
This document is applicable for Class D floating leisure articles for use on and in water according to ISO 25649-1 regardless whether the buoyancy is achieved by inflation or inherent buoyant...

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