ISO 7886-1: Testing Sterile Hypodermic Syringes

ISO 7886 is a testing standard that regulates the mechanical properties of hypodermic syringes and outlines the specifications for single use hypodermic syringes. This video provides a brief overview of annexes D and E, which must be performed on universal testing machines.

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