ISO 594-2 PDF

Scope: ISO specifies requirements for conical lock fitting with a 6% (Luer) taper for use with hypodermic syringes and needles and with certain other. Smithers Pira tests conical (Luer) fittings to ISO , assessing their characteristics and functional performance against the requirements set out in the . ISO. INTERNATIONAL. STANDARD. Second edition. Conical fittings with 6 % (Luer) taper for syringes, needles and certain other medical.

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ISO 594 Testing of Conical Luer Fittings

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ISO & 2 Separation Force and Unscrewing Torque Testing for Luer Tapers

Resistance to Separation from Unscrewing Test Method. By means of our testing expertise and modular product 594- we will help find the solution that is right for you. Gage Crib Worldwide, Inc. Software for Series Systems. The intention is to provide accurate information; regardless; errors may exist in the supplied information.

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To purchase copies visit an Authorized Reseller. Stress Cracking Test Method. Ensures that the isk Luer remains attached under a specific unscrewing torque in the counterclockwise direction. An Electromechanical system with a torsion add-on can be used to perform these tests.

Description Literature Contact Us Conical Luer fittings are commonly used in medical devices, such as syringes, hypodermic needles, and catheters, to achieve a leak-free connections between medical devices.

Unscrewing torque is tested by applying a 0. We offer machines, apparatus, testers, tensile grips, test fixtures, clamps, holders, jigs, faces, jaws, extensometers, environmental and humidity chambers, furnaces, baths and custom solutions for unique applications. Glossary of Materials Testing Terms.

Contact Us View Accessories Catalog. ISO is the standard specification and test method for 5944-2 design of such Luer taper fittings.

Ensures that the Luer specimen can be assembled with minimum axial force iwo torque. Ensures that the Luer specimen remains attached to the reference fitting when an axial load is applied.

Top Gage Crib Worldwide, Inc. Advanced screw action grips are used to grip the product. A slight axial load can be placed on the bottle cap to push it down before rotation begins. It was under defined for a standardized test method, i. Concrete, Asphalt and Rock. The Luer taper is a standardized system of small-scale fluid fittings for making leak-free connections between sections on medical and laboratory instruments, including hypodermic syringe tips, catheters and infusion devices.

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Email addresses can only contain letters, numbers and the following special characters: This resistance to separation from axial load test method is performed in the same manner as in the ISO series.

Please confirm that you agree with our privacy and cookies policy to submit this form. The acceptance criterion of the ISO series for ease of assembly was subjective. The torsion add-on can be 59-42 to any single column testing machine to add rotational capabilities.

The title and principle have been elaborated to describe the intent of the test. Luer fittings can be a Luer slip or a Luer lock. A biaxial Dynacell load cell is mounted to the base of the machine. For testing of separation force without unscrewing torque, take a look at ISO Subscribe to Instron News!