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Test Request 17-00834
LONG-TERM TESTING Plastics laboratory needed for acetaldehyde and viscosity testing of PET to 2 ASTM standards:
for acetaldehyde according ASTM F2013-10 Determination of Residual Acetaldehyde in Polyethylene Terephthalate Bottle Polymer Using an Automated Static Head-Space Sampling Device and a Capillary Gas Chromatography with a Flame Ionization Detector and
IV according ASTM 4603-96, Determining Inherent Viscosity of Poly(EthyleneTerephthalate) (PET) by Glass Capillary Viscometer
Test Request 17-00414
Medical device company needs clinical product safety laboratory for in vivo, in vitro and microbiology testing of disposable feminine pads including:
Surface device testing with just contact to the skin or breached/compromised surface (due to labial contact). We will do a limited exposure (less than 24 hours) testing.
Microbiology testing as pads release oxygen and slightly acidify the pH within the pad once blood reaches our patented powder. We want to see if it has any effect on microbes.
Measure the pH after blood has entered the pad to see how the pH is affected after blood has entered.
Amount of oxygen released per pad, the amount of CO2 absorbed per pad and the amount of humidity absorbed per pad?