Why is there a positive and negative fixing method? Fir […]
Why is there a positive and negative fixing method?
First of all, we must understand why there are front and back fixing methods: child seats have four stages: infant type (birth to 13 kg, birth to 18 months), infant type (9-18 kg, about 9 months to 4 One year old), child type (15-36 kg, about 4-12 years old). In the infant type, the infant’s ability to withstand the load is low, and adopting the reverse direction helps protect the infant’s head. As the infant type needs to be installed in the direction, the frontal fixation method is used in other stages.
Can it be fixed on the front seat?
I wonder if you have ever seen the prompt on the vanity mirror in the passenger cabin? The above tips tell us that airbags can kill children after bursting, and can kill children up to 12 years old. This is not alarmist. Look at the tips of your co-pilot vanity mirror for details and you will know why.
The front side of the seat belt is fixed (the child faces the cab)
There are 5 steps to fix the front child safety seat, which is relatively simple to operate. When the seat belt is stretched for a relatively long time, it is easy to be stuck when it is stretched again, so at the beginning, pull out as much as possible, which can facilitate work and avoid insufficient length or the need to re-operate when it is stuck.
After confirming that the seat belt buckle is inserted into the interface, we need to check the red fixing clip on the back of the child safety seat. This function is used to fix the seat belt and prevent the seat belt from sliding without fixing the seat.
Reverse side of the seat belt (children face the rear of the car)
The reverse refers to the child safety seat facing the rear of the vehicle. Because the load force generated by the reverse side has a small effect on the child’s neck, the fixing method of the reverse side of the child safety seat is more suitable for younger children. Relatively speaking, the child’s riding space will also be reduced; when choosing the front and back The decision should be made by the age of the child. (The reverse installation in the figure below is referred to as reverse installation)
For reverse installation, you need to pull out all the seat belts and find a way to fix them, otherwise the seat belts will return to position or jam, and you will not be able to install them at this time, so you need to completely pull out the seat belts again. This operation is a waste of time.
In fact, the same seat belt is used here. First, pass the seat belt through the back of the child safety seat, and then pass under the child seat as shown in the figure below. Visually, there are two seat belts. In fact, the seat belt just surrounds The child safety seat has an A-type fixing method.
Reverse installation is more time-consuming and laborious, but for young babies, reverse installation is the most secure way to protect the baby. Thinking of this, parents may not have much complaint, right?
Finally, we still need to swing the child seat from side to side to reduce the vacant position. This step is used to reduce accidents or safety seat displacement when braking.