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|Product Name:||Flammability Testing Equipment||Usage:||Mattresses Fire Tester|
|Standard:||16 CFR Part 1633||Combustion Gas:||Propane|
|Combustion Chamber Dimension:||3048 * 3658 * 2438 Mm||Power:||380V, 50HZ|
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16 CFR1633 Flammability Testing Equipment For Customized Household Mattress
Applicable to the evaluation of a mattress or mattress suite suffered ignition source similar to burning sheets when burning and heat release, 16 CFR 1633 U.S. federal standard, mattress and package all manufacturers and importers must conform to the standard.
In line with 16 CFR 1633 United States Government Standard for Flammability of Mattresses 16 Part CFR 1633 for Standard the flammability open flame of mattresses sets.16 CFR 1633 mattress kit fuel standard (open flame test).
A mattress or mattress placed on the top of the steel frame and combustion kit for the two of total calories for T 27KW type burner, the burner ignition side for 50 seconds, 70 seconds at the top of the ignition burner. In the case of fire control, instrument analysis with the flue gas generated from the collected samples, the heat release rate for continuous rule, the peak heat release rate should not exceed 200Kw, in the first 10 minutes of total heat release should not exceed 15MJ.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is seeking comments and information regarding the usefulness of the ticking substitution procedure for the Open Flame Standard (16 CFR 1633). The information needed is any information pertaining to the materials, components, and methods of assembly used for compliance to the Standard for the Flammability of Mattresses and Mattress Pads 16 CFR 1632 and the Standard for the Flammability (Open Flame) of Mattress Sets (16 CFR 1633).
As you are aware, 16 CFR 1632 defines a schedule of classifications based on the results of the test and identifies the scope and application of these classifications for substituting ticking. There is no specific test procedure in the Open Flame Standard (16 CFR 1633) related to ticking substitution. The information needed includes details of materials, components, and methods of assembly currently being used to comply with both standards, in order to determine the suitability of the ticking substitution to be considered.
Additionally, CPSC staff is interested in the specifications of the components used and the availability of specified testing materials for this procedure.
Information, procedure, material information and data may be submitted to the CPSC to support improvements in material selection and testing. Please provide information to the “Office of the Secretary” By April 3, 2017.
Contact Person: Jackson Sun