ASTM DENGL I 0b3b | This standard is issued under the fixed designation D ; the number immediately following the. This standard is issued under the fixed designation D ; the number immediately 1 This test method is under the jurisdiction of ASTM Committee D10 on. The ASTM-D standard test method for drop test of loaded containers evaluates the capability of a container to withstand the sudden shock resulting from a.
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Practice E is recommended.
ASTM D – 98 Standard Test Method for Drop Test of Loaded Containers by Free Fall
Why perform a drop test of loaded containers? If no damage occurs from the initial drop height, increase the drop height by a predetermined increment.
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5d276 the capability of a container to withstand rough handling is to be evaluated, pack the container with either the actual contents or a load simulating the contents. This test method may also be used to compare the performance of different package designs. Work Item s – proposed revisions of this standard. Pros and Cons of India or China Manufacturing. Your email address will not be published. A superscript epsilon e indicates asm editorial change since the last revision or reapproval.
The values given in parentheses are mathematical conversions to SI units that are provided for information only and are not considered standard.
Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard. This test method may also permit observation of the progressive failure of a container and the damage to its contents. ASTM D — 98 is a standard test method for drop test of loaded containers cartons by free fall. Quality Alerts View All.
Last previous edition D — Standard X5276 Method f The pooled reproducibility between laboratory standard deviation was 2. The use of a log-normal distribution is often suggested but this requires the drop height increment to be a constant based on the logarithms of the drop height, thus the actual drop height increment would change with the drop height. Shortcomings d5726 the drop test of loaded containers ISTA 1A is a procedure designed to challenge the strength and robustness of the product and package combination.
Our team consists of supervisors specialized in various types of products. Experience has shown that the observed precision is highly dependent on the particular packaged item being tested. It is recommended that special atmospheres for conditioning be selected from those given in Practice D While the outer carton almost always deforms, the products may still be protected from breakage. The mean drop heights to failure for the three types of packaging were 39, ASTM-D is particularly suitable for containers that are normally handled manually during some part of their distribution cycle.
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Where a hazard other than that speci? This test method may also be used to compare the performance of different package designs. Sometimes the drop height, test cycles, and detailed procedures are prescribed in a contract, regulation, or some other standard. These V5276 standards may describe procedures that do not meet the requirements for this test method.
The values given in parentheses are for information only.
For more information visit www. During transport, cartons are subject to shock, vibration, humidity and pressure. GPO,Chapter See Practice D for additional guidance. Get to know the main factors that affect the quality of imported goods.
If there are more failures than passes, average the height of the passes and add 1?
See Practice D for additional guidance. Caution—These ISO standards may describe procedures that do not meet the requirements for this test method. ASTM-D Standard Test Method for Drop Test of Loaded Containers by Free Fall The ASTM-D standard test method for drop test of loaded containers evaluates the capability of a container to withstand the sudden adtm resulting from a free fall, or the capability of a container and its inner packing to protect its contents during the sudden shock resulting from a free fall.