AS ISO 20957.7:2021 Stationary training equipment Part 7: Rowing machines, additional specific safety requirements and test methods.
This document specifies safety requirements for rowing equipment.
This document is intended to be read in conjunction with the general safety requirements of ISO 20957-1.
This document is applicable to rowing type stationary training equipment, hereinafter referred to as rowing equipment, within the classes H, S and I and classes A, B and C regarding accuracy.
5.2.3 Temperature rise of accessible surfaces
Accessible surfaces of the rowing equipment shall have a temperature of <=65 °C. Test in accordance with 6.3. 5.2.4 Seat The seat shall not derail when a load of 100 N is applied to the seat in all directions. Test in accordance with 6.2. 5.3 Intrinsic loading The rowing equipment shall withstand a load of 2,5 times the maximum user’s body mass ±5 % as specified by the manufacturer or 2 500 N, whichever is greater. After the test, the rowing equipment shall not be broken and shall still function as intended by the manufacturer. Test in accordance with 6.4. 5.4 Handles In rowing equipment where the handle is connected to the rowing equipment by a flexible member (rope, belt or chain) the mass of the handle without a flexible member shall be <=600 g. The range of movement of the handle shall be more than 1 600 mm measured from the centre line of the foot rest to the centre of the handle. Test in accordance with 6.1.5. 5.5 Load of ropes, belts, chains and their attachment components Rowing equipment using ropes, belts, chains and attachment components (e. g. snap links, shackles, carabineers, clamps or similar) shall withstand a static load of six times (350 ± 5) N. Test in accordance with 6.1.6. 5.6 Foot strap Provisions shall be made for fastening the foot (foot straps). For classes S and I, the foot support or foot strap shall be adjustable for different foot sizes. Test in accordance with 6.1.4. Each foot strap shall withstand a pull force of 500 N perpendicular to the foot support. After the test, the rowing equipment shall not be broken and shall still function as intended by the manufacturer. Test in accordance with 6.5. 5.7 Foot support Each foot support shall withstand a push force of >=1 000 N perpendicular to the foot support.
After the test, the training equipment shall not be broken and shall still function as intended by the manufacturer.
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