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INTRODUCTION: It has come to the attention of the industry that there are a number of issues associated with the implementation of BS EN 14960 - 2013 and that further and better information has become available. In particular there appears to be some uncertainty regarding the number and location of anchor points. The intention of this bulletin is to clarify a number of points and update the industry.
DEFINITION: The information contained within this TB is to be applied to the inspection of inflatable (bouncy) devices. These are defined as a structure relying on a continuous supply of air to maintain its shape, on or in which users bounce and/or slide.
Type of contents: Technical Bulletin
Issued by: Adips
Ride name: Inflatables
Reference N°: 466
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