The Flammability test procedure evaluates the flammability of medical textiles including face masks, surgical gowns, and drapes. The test method is designed to comply with 16 CFR Part 1610. This test is required by the ASTM F2100 (Standard Specification for Performance of Materials Used in Medical Face Masks) to ensure that all face masks meet the requirements for Class 1 flammability. Testing is also required for 510(k) submissions to the FDA. In addition to the Flammability test, Nelson Labs can perform all ASTM F2100 testing.
Standard: GB 19083-2010 medical protective mask technical requirements
It is the special test equipment mainly used for testing medical masks flame retardant properties.
The device is a mask with a head mold at a certain line speed after contact with the flame, then test the burning performance on masks.
1, PLC + touch screen control system; make test more convenient operating, visualization;
2, mask fixture for the metal body head mold, can fully simulate the actual use of the state mask.
3, the burner height can be adjustable
4, automatic timing positioning made by the burner
5, burning time, fire-retardant time are automatically recorded, show the figures.
6, with a flame temperature measurement probe, flame temperature display.
7, automatic control system, automatic ignition;
8, the burner with propane (liquefied gas) and other combustible gas interface.
9, automatic timing, automatic storage of test data; easy access to experimental reports
1, head mold automatic movement line with the speed of (60 ± 5) mm / s
2, the height of the flame can be adjusted to 40 ± 4mm
3, with a flame temperature measurement detection thermocouple
4, the flame from the top of the burner height is(20 ± 2) mm, the temperature is (800 ± 50) ℃
5. The distance between the top of the burner and the lowest point of the mask is (20 ± 2) mm
6, the burner height adjustment range of 30mm
7, metal head mold wall thickness of 2 ~ 3mm, resistant to flame burning
8, continued burning time and smoldering time timer: 0 ~ 9999.9 seconds, accuracy: ± 0.1 seconds