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Significance and Use
The purpose of these test methods is to provide reliable and repeatable test methods for the evaluation of motorized treadmills assembled and maintained according to the manufacturer's specifications. Use of these test methods in conjunction with Specification F2115, Specification F2276, and Test Methods F2571 is intended to insure appropriate performance and reliability of a motorized treadmill and reduce the risk of serious injury from design deficiencies.
1.1 These test methods specify procedures and equipment used for testing and evaluating a motorized treadmill for compliance to Specification F2115. Both design and operational parameters will be evaluated. Where possible and applicable, accepted test methods from other recognized bodies will be used and referenced. In case of a conflict between this document and Specification F2115, Specification F2115 takes precedence.
1.4 Requirements—A motorized treadmill is to be tested for all of the following parameters:
1.4.2 Exterior design,
1.4.4 Static loading,
1.4.6 Adjustable incline system function,
1.4.7 User interface parameters,
1.4.8 Motorized drive system operation,
1.4.9 Warning label compliance, and
2. Referenced Documents (purchase separately) The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard.
F1749 Specification for Fitness Equipment and Fitness Facility Safety Signage and Labels
F2115 Specification for Motorized Treadmills
F2276 Specification for Fitness Equipment
F2571 Test Methods for Evaluating Design and Performance Characteristics of Fitness Equipment
UL StandardsUL1647 Motor Operated Massage and Exercise Machines
European StandardEN957-1 Stationary Training Equipment--Part 1: General Safety Requirements and Test Methods
ICS Number Code 97.220.30 (Indoor sports equipment)
ASTM F2106-12, Standard Test Methods for Evaluating Design and Performance Characteristics of Motorized Treadmills, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, 2012, www.astm.orgBack to Top