Syringes are used in a variety of applications, including administration of medication, measurement of fluid and in the application of compounds such as lubrication. Syringes are generally made of plastic or glass.
ISO 7886 and ISO 8537 are two of the major syringe testing standards. DDL provides many different syringe testing services to ensure your product is ready for submission to the appropriate regulatory agency.
DDL specializes in syringe testing for all types of applications. DDL is capable of measuring the force to operate, freedom from air and liquid leakage and many other tests within the test standards.
ISO Test Standards for Syringe Tests
- ISO 7886 - Sterile, hypodermic syringes for single use
- ISO 8537 - Sterile single-use syringes, with or without needle for insulin
- ISO 594-1 - Conical fittings with 6% (Luer) taper - Part 1: General Requirements
- ISO 594-2 - Conical fittings with 6% (Luer) taper - Part 2: Lock Fittings
- ISO 7886-3 - Sterile hypodermic syringes for single use - Part 3: Auto-disable syringes for fixed-dose immunization.
- ISO 7886-4 - Sterile hypodermic syringes for single use - Part 4: Syringes with re-use prevention feature.
- ISO 8537 - Sterile single-use syringes, with or without needle, for insulin
- JIS 3201 - Glass Syringes