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CSA Z316.6-2020 pdf free download

CSA Z316.6-2020 pdf free download.Sharps injury protection Requirements and test methods Sharps containers
(ISO 23907-2:20 19, MOD). Means of releasing the sharps container, such that its fall is not obstructed by any part of the apparatus before striking the impact surface. Impact surface, which is horizontal and flat, heavy enough to be immovable, and rigid enough
to be non-elastic under the test conditions. The Impact surface shall be:
a) flat, so that no two points on its surface differ in level by more than 2 mm,
b) rigid, so that it is not deformed by more than 0,1 mm when an area of 100 mm2 is loaded statically with 10 kg anywhere on the surface, and
c) sufficiently large to ensure that the sharps container falls entirely upon the surface.
EXAMPLE A concrete floor at least 150 mm thick is suitable, provided that it is in accordance with the requirements in
6.4.2 Procedure Condition the sharps container at (23 ± 2) °C for at least 2 Ii and carry out the test at the same temperature.
Where transport of containers at low temperature conditions/exposure is of concern, additional test/ conditioning temperatures may be required.
NOTE Reusable sharps containers are commonly transported in secondary containers for disposal; these are designed to comply with specific shipping and transportation requirements, such as UN regulations and ADR regulations. Fill the sharps container with a volume of water at (23 ± 2) °C equal to I % of the volume measured to the fill line of the container. In addition, fill the sharps container with a weight of PE/PP granules equal to 100% of the manufacturer’s maximum allowable gross mass.
Sharps containers that are intended to he used with an absorbent material (i.e. absorbent pad/sachet) to assist leak-resistance, shall be tested with this material in the container. Close and permanently secure the aperture for final disposal. Leave the container to stand for 1 h. The test shall be performed from a height of(1 ± 0,02) m, as measured by the distance between the lowest point on the sharps container and the nearest point on the impact surface ( The procedure for all containers is as follows.
Follow steps a) to d) for each of the following orientations: base, side wall, adjacent side wall, top, a lower corner for a rectangular base, or a bottom edge for a round base and an upper corner (area of lower resistance, closure or gripping means).
a) Position the container at the proper height and In the desired orientation for the Impact fall.CSA Z316.6-2020 pdf free download.

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