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DS/EN ISO 15747 - PLASTIC CONTAINERS FOR INTRAVENOUS INJECTIONS (ISO 15747:2010) Organization: DS
Date: 2011-12-12
Description: ISO 15747:2010 contains requirements that relate to the safe handling and the physical, chemical and biological testing of plastic containers for parenterals. ISO 15747:2010 is applicable to plastic containers for parenterals having one or more chambers and having a total nominal capacity in the range of 50 ml to 5 000 ml such as film bags or blow-moulded plastic bottles for direct administration of infusion (injection) solutions.
BSI - 17/30357486 DC - DRAFT BS EN ISO 15747 PLASTIC CONTAINERS FOR INTRAVENOUS INJECTIONS. Organization: BSI
Date: 2017-07-13
DIN EN ISO 15747 - PLASTIC CONTAINERS FOR INTRAVENOUS INJECTIONS (ISO 15747:2010) Organization: DIN
Date: 2012-07-01
Description: This International Standard contains requirements that relate to the safe handling and the physical, chemical and biological testing of plastic containers for parenterals. This International Standard is applicable to plastic containers for parenterals having one or more chambers and having a total nominal capacity in the range of 50 ml to 5 000 ml such as film bags or blow-moulded plastic bottles for direct administration of infusion (injection) solutions.
SN - NS-EN ISO 15747:2011 - PLASTIC CONTAINERS FOR INTRAVENOUS INJECTIONS (ISO 15747:2010) Organization: SN
Date: 2012-01-01
SN - NS-EN ISO 15747:2010 - PLASTIC CONTAINERS FOR INTRAVENOUS INJECTIONS (ISO 15747:2010) Organization: SN
Date: 2010-07-01
AENOR - UNE-EN ISO 15747 - PLASTIC CONTAINERS FOR INTRAVENOUS INJECTIONS (ISO 15747:2010) Organization: AENOR
Date: 2012-02-22
ISO - ISO 3826-3 - PLASTICS COLLAPSIBLE CONTAINERS FOR HUMAN BLOOD AND BLOOD COMPONENTS PART 3: BLOOD BAG SYSTEMS WITH INTEGRATED FEATURES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2006-09-15
Description: Unless otherwise specified, all tests specified in this part of ISO 3826 apply to the plastic container as prepared ready for use. Use chemical, physical and biological tests in accordance with ISO 3826-1, where applicable.
DS/EN 868-5 - PACKAGING FOR TERMINALLY STERILIZED MEDICAL DEVICES - PART 5: SEALABLE POUCHES AND REELS OF POROUS MATERIALS AND PLASTIC FILM CONSTRUCTION - REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS Organization: DS
Date: 2009-07-03
Description: NOTE 2 When additional materials are used inside the sterile barrier system in order to ease the organization, drying or aseptic presentation (e.g. inner wrap, container filter, indicators, packing lists, mats, instrument organizer sets, tray liners or an additional envelope around the medical device) then other requirements, including the determination of the acceptability of these materials during validation activities, may apply.
DIN EN 868-5 - PACKAGING FOR TERMINALLY STERILIZED MEDICAL DEVICES - PART 5: SEALABLE POUCHES AND REELS OF POROUS MATERIALS AND PLASTIC FILM CONSTRUCTION - REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS Organization: DIN
Date: 2009-09-01
Description: NOTE 2 When additional materials are used inside the sterile barrier system in order to ease the organization, drying or aseptic presentation (e.g. inner wrap, container filter, indicators, packing lists, mats, instrument organizer sets, tray liners or an additional envelope around the medical device) then other requirements, including the determination of the acceptability of these materials during validation activities, may apply.
DIN EN ISO 175 - PLASTICS - METHODS OF TEST FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE EFFECTS OF IMMERSION IN LIQUID CHEMICALS (ISO 175:2010) Organization: DIN
Date: 2011-03-01
Description: In this event, it is advisable to proceed exactly as indicated, but to suspend the specimen above the liquid, seal the container and maintain it at the test temperature throughout.
DIN EN ISO 24234 - DENTISTRY - DENTAL AMALGAM (ISO 24234:2015) Organization: DIN
Date: 2015-08-01
Description: This International Standard is not applicable to mercury supplied in masses greater than this in a single primary container (i.e. dental mercury in bulk). Dental mercury supplied in bulk volumes will not conform to this International Standard.
DSF/PREN 16436 - RUBBER AND PLASTIC HOSES AND TUBINGS FOR USE WITH PROPANE, BUTANE AND THEIR MIXTURES IN THE VAPOUR PHASE Organization: DS
Description: This European Standard specifies the characteristics and performance requirements for tubing and hoses made of either rubber or plastics for use with commercial propane and butane and mixtures thereof, in the vapour phase, for the connection of appliances (i.e. for instance, from pressurized gas container to a regulator, or a regulator to an appliance or to a metal tube, or an appliance to a valve) in environments in a temperature range from -30 °C to +70 °C.
BSI - PREN 16436 - RUBBER AND PLASTIC HOSES AND TUBINGS FOR USE WITH PROPANE, BUTANE AND THEIR MIXTURES IN THE VAPOUR PHASE Organization: BSI
Date: 2012-05-01
Description: This European Standard specifies the characteristics and performance requirements for tubing and hoses made of either rubber or plastics for use with commercial propane and butane and mixtures thereof, in the vapour phase, for the connection of appliances (i.e. for instance, from pressurized gas container to a regulator, or a regulator to an appliance or to a metal tube, or an appliance to a valve) in environments in a temperature range from –30 °C to +70 °C.
ASTM D4801 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR POLYETHYLENE SHEETING IN THICKNESS OF 0.25 MM (0.010 IN.) AND GREATER Organization: ASTM
Date: 2008-11-01
Description: Depending on the functional requirements, sheeting conforming to this specification is used in applications such as chemical tank linings, spacers in electrical equipment, thermoforming into such items as trays, pallets, and shipping containers, and as machine-shop stock. Polyethylene materials, being thermoplastics, are reprocessable and recyclable (see Guides D5033 and D7209).
ISO - ISO 175 - PLASTICS — METHODS OF TEST FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE EFFECTS OF IMMERSION IN LIQUID CHEMICALS - THIRD EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2010-10-15
Description: In this event, it is advisable to proceed exactly as indicated, but to suspend the specimen above the liquid, seal the container and maintain it at the test temperature throughout.
CEN - EN ISO 175 - PLASTICS - METHODS OF TEST FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE EFFECTS OF IMMERSION IN LIQUID CHEMICALS Organization: CEN
Date: 2010-10-01
Description: In this event, it is advisable to proceed exactly as indicated, but to suspend the specimen above the liquid, seal the container and maintain it at the test temperature throughout.
SNV - SN EN ISO 175 - PLASTICS - METHODS OF TEST FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE EFFECTS OF IMMERSION IN LIQUID CHEMICALS Organization: SNV
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: In this event, it is advisable to proceed exactly as indicated, but to suspend the specimen above the liquid, seal the container and maintain it at the test temperature throughout.
GMW16 - HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE - HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT, BLOW MOLDABLE - ISSUE 4; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2015-05-01
Description:   T2: Medium fractional melt 7.0 to 11.5 for monolayer fuel tank and windshield washer containers under high stress conditions, injection molded components compatible for welding to fuel tanks, and extruded sheet for thermoforming applications.
ASTM D543 - STANDARD PRACTICES FOR EVALUATING THE RESISTANCE OF PLASTICS TO CHEMICAL REAGENTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-11-01
Description: The type of conditioning (immersion or wet patch) depends upon the end-use of the material. If used as a container or transfer line, immerse the specimens. If the material will only see short exposures or will be used in proximity and reagent will splash or spill on the material, use the wet patch method of applying reagent.
GMNA - 9985299 - RETAINING COMPOUND, ANAEROBIC, HIGH TEMPERATURE, LOW VISCOSITY - ISSUE 6 Organization: GMNA
Date: 2017-08-01
Description: Test this product on end use surfaces as the metal reactivity (see 1.4.7) and production surface cleanliness affecting cure speed and strength to gap may be different from the values in this specification. Container Size. No anaerobic container is more than 1 L because pressure on the product in the container can cause curing.

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