Crash test Center

Our safety seats are tested and approved according to the strictest international standards.

As a company directly involved in child safety, we subject all our products to the most rigorous shock tests and we perform these in independent laboratories. In fact, the conformity tests that our seats must pass are much more demanding than those required by current ECE regulation R 44/04. Our aim is to guarantee the overall quality of the seat and each of its components by measuring their efficiency and safety.

Our safety seats are therefore tested at even higher speeds than most collisions (50 km/h) and are subjected to dry braking tests, with a force of more than 30 g (equivalent to one frontal collision against a tree or post). Only in this way can we ensure that the most sensitive areas of the body are fully protected in the event of an accident.

And we know that both within cities and on longer journeys all kinds of unforeseen things can happen. For this reason, we help to protect you and your family at all times.

Permanent security

Once we determine that the safety seat complies with the ECE, CCC or national regulations governing CRS in the country of use, seats must pass production approval and qualification (PQ) tests prior to being put on the market. In addition, seats are regularly subjected to a new test called COP (Conformity of Production) to confirm that series production does not cause differences and the seats produced remain exactly the same as the seats approved in the series of approval tests.

In addition to this strict internal control, different organisations periodically subject our security seats to additional controls. In this way, we can guarantee a continuous quality of our products both in terms of safety and comfort for children.

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