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  • Certificate No. S 60147515

    • Certificate Holder
      Franz Schneider GmbH & Co. KG

      Siemensstr. 13-19
      96465 Neustadt
    • Certificate Number
      S 60147515
    • Order Number
    • Certified Product
      Ride-on Toy

      Model Designation:
      rollyFarmtrac - Serie
      rollyFarmtrac JCB 60 100 4 rollyFarmtrac Fendt 211 Vario 60 102 8 rollyFarmtrac Claas Axos 60 104 2 rollyFarmtrac Case Puma 240 CVX 60 105 9 rollyFarmtrac John Deere 6210R 60 106 6 rollyFarmtrac Fendt 211 Vario 60 108 0 rollyFarmtrac Hürlimann 60 109 7 rollyFarmtrac Same 60 110 3 rollyFarmtrac Massey Ferguson MF 7726 60 115 8 rollyFarmtrac Valtra 60 123 3 rollyFarmtrac Deutz-Fahr 5120 60 124 0 rollyFarmtrac John Deere 6210 R
      mit rollySnowMaster 60 125 7 rollyFarmtrac New Holland 60 129 5

    • Fulfilled Standards
      AfPS GS 2014:01
      EN 71-3:2019
      EN 71-2:2011+A1
      EN 71-1:2014+A1

      The standard(s) listed here reflect the status at the time of the release of this certificate.
      For more standards and/or upgrades please refer to the latest pages of the same certificate no.
    • Date of Issue
    • Certificate Type
      GS-Mark Approval

      Tested safety

      The German GS mark is a voluntary safety mark. It is not a universal quality seal, but is meant to ensure that the technical requirements for the safety of a product are met and will be monitored by an independent testing company such as TÜV Rheinland. All legal requirements for the product regarding human health and safety of are covered by the tests. Very different tests may be necessary, depending on the product.

      The manufacturer must arrange for the product to receive a so-called "type test" by an evaluation body such as TÜV Rheinland. TÜV Rheinland carries out the required tests in recognised laboratories worldwide.

      TÜV Rheinland performs checks to maintain the certification. Tests are carried out to ascertain whether the manufactured product still conforms to the tested type or whether changes have been made. Such inspections, which usually take place on an annual basis, also include a control of the quality system as well as the final examination. The aim is to determine whether mass production can ensure the safety requirements for the product.

      The award of the GS mark is governed by the Product Safety Act and limited to a maximum of five years. It expires automatically if there is any change to the tested product.

      Certified products may be labelled with the GS mark.

      More information can be found here.