EN 16630 standard covers safety of outdoor fitness equipment

EN 16630 standard includes requirements for outdoor fitness equipment.

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EN 16630 Outdoor fitness equipment

EN 16630 standard

Definitions are given for the following technical terms: User station, area of movement, movement space, training space, damping, forced movement, free height of fall, grasp, grip, body support, permanently installed outdoor fitness equipment, tread surface, constrained posture.

Safety requirements are given for the following: Materials, flammability, design, manufacture, constrained posture, structural integrity, surface finish, tread surface, moving parts, entrapment, weights, adjustments, access, connections, grasp, grip, ropes, chains, training space, asea of movement, ground composition, movement space, free height of fall, foundations, test methods, information for use, marking, information to be provided by the manufacturer, inspection and maintenance.

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