Test performance summary of diapers

A diaper is a paper product designed to absorb and wrap the feces of an infant or adult.

Test performance summary of diapers

Detection performance
Its performance detection mainly includes the following aspects:

Absorbent: Diapers need to have good absorbent properties to absorb urine and keep the surface dry. The absorption performance can be tested by simulating urine, including total absorption amount, absorption rate, rewetting, etc.

Breathability: Diapers need to be breathable to prevent skin from getting wet and overheating. This can be tested by testing the breathability and evaporative properties of the diaper.

Health and safety: Diapers should meet relevant hygiene standards and be free from harmful substances and bacteria. Safety testing and bacteria testing are available.

Size and strength: Diapers need to be the right size and strong enough to accommodate users of different ages. Can test diaper size, tensile strength, tear strength, etc.

Adhesive properties: Diapers need to have good adhesive properties that can effectively hold diapers and other components in place. Adhesion strength and water resistance can be tested.

Elasticity and comfort: Diapers need to have a certain amount of elasticity and comfort, can fit the body and remain stable. Can test diaper resilience and deformation rate.

Wrapping properties: Diapers need to have good wrapping properties to cover urine and stool and prevent leakage and exposure. The diaper can be tested for wrapping capacity and leak-proof performance.

Comfort: Diapers need to have a certain level of comfort, can reduce friction and pressure to avoid skin irritation. Can test diaper surface smoothness and softness, etc.

Environmental protection: Diapers need to have certain environmental protection, will not cause pollution to the environment. They can be tested for degradability and heavy metal content.

Test performance summary of diapers

Detection method
The performance of diapers can be tested by the following methods:

Absorption performance test: Simulated urine can be used to test. A certain amount of simulated urine is injected into the diaper to record the speed of liquid absorption, total absorption amount and humidity return.

Breathability test: You can use breathability tester to test the diaper and record the breathability, evaporation performance and other indicators.

Health and safety tests: The health and safety of diapers can be tested through safety tests and bacterial tests.

Size and strength test: tensile testing machine, tear testing machine and other testing equipment can be used to test the size, tensile strength, tear strength and other indicators of diapers.

Adhesive performance test: Adhesive testing machine can be used to test the adhesive strength and water resistance of diapers.

Elasticity and comfort testing: elasticity testing machine, surface smoothness tester and other testing equipment can be used to test the resilience, deformation rate, surface smoothness and other indicators of diapers.

Package performance test: The package performance tester can be used to test the wrapping ability and leak-proof performance of the diaper.

Comfort test: A comfort tester can be used to test the comfort of diapers.

Environmental protection test: Test equipment such as degradability tester and heavy metal detector can be used to test indexes such as degradability and heavy metal content of diapers.

We reminds you that different performance indicators may require the use of different test equipment and methods, and the exact details of the test method may vary for different product types and manufacturing processes. When testing the performance of nappies, select the appropriate test method and equipment according to the specific situation, and comply with the relevant standards and specifications. At the same time, the test results need to be analyzed and evaluated to ensure product quality and safety.

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