Difference between revisions of "CCCR Procedure"

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''* The number of sprays required for pump-spray containers is excessive and time-consuming. For example, it is possible that a test container would need 1200 sprays (not including priming and trial discharges to adjust the flame). As a result, it is conceivable that the product could be used-up before the test is completed.''
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'' * The number of sprays required for pump-spray containers is excessive and time-consuming. For example, it is possible that a test container would need 1200 sprays (not including priming and trial discharges to adjust the flame). As a result, it is conceivable that the product could be used-up before the test is completed.''
  
  
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''* The need to shake the container prior to testing must be clarified. When shaking is called-for, the container should also be shaken between discharges. Hence, it is not necessary to wait 60 seconds between discharges, prior to re-shaking the container. (Sections 3 and 4)''
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'' * The need to shake the container prior to testing must be clarified. When shaking is called-for, the container should also be shaken between discharges. Hence, it is not necessary to wait 60 seconds between discharges, prior to re-shaking the container. (Sections 3 and 4)''
  
  
''* There is an inconsistency between the English and French term for force, where the French term is "forces" but the English term is "pressure". The English term should also be "force". (Sections 4 and 6)''
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'' * There is an inconsistency between the English and French term for force, where the French term is "forces" but the English term is "pressure". The English term should also be "force". (Sections 4 and 6)''
  
  

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