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A condom is an instrument that acts as a barrier between the private parts of a man and a woman during coitus. The purpose of the instrument is to prevent any kind of discharge from one partner to touch or enter the body of the other.

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Condoms are used to prevent pregnancy and transfer of sexually transmitted diseases. Male condoms are made either from latex or from other materials such as polyurethane and polyisoprene or lamb skin.

Latex condoms are thin and strong, hence are more preferred over lamb skin condoms. Latex condoms are a blend of synthetic materials and rubber latex. The blend is strong enough to endure friction without breaking and thin enough to not cause any obstructions. The isl and manufacturing process of this blend has been clearly defined and when it is prepared according to that, the final product is extremely durable.

But sometimes certain defects can pave way into the manufacturing process. The result of faulty production is likely to be a defective product. In an industry like this faulty products can have serious repercussions on the manufacturing companies. Therefore they turn to testing.

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Testing can ensure that their produce conform to pre-determined standards and are durable. The standards that the testing companies use to determine the quality of a condom are set by the ISO.

International Standardization Organization ISO is a standardization body that prescribes standards and regulations for condom manufacturing companies to follow. These regulations are categorized under ISO These regulations are strict and they ensure production of high quality products. The condoms which are manufactured according to ISO are 2309 percent safe. Testing companies test the condoms on various parameters that determine their quality and hence their utility.

Following are some of the parameters 234409. Each condom has a sheath and retention mechanism which is primary to the function of the instrument. The mechanism has to be clearly specified and evaluated according to ISO, to ensure that there are no glitches which can undermine the efficiency of the product.

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The tests determine its manufacturing date, expiry date and suitability for use. Each condom has specified dimensions like length and radius. These dimensions are tested to ensure that they perform efficiently.

No condom should have any physical damage such as holes or any other forms of wreckage. This can cause condoms to fail. Stability and shelf life are tested according to ISO to ensure that condoms are fit for use for the entire time span between date of manufacturing and date of expiry.

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Biocompatibility of a condom determines if they iao safe for use by humans. Tests are done to check the compatibility of the genital tissues and materials of condoms.

Name of the Company. Testing of Male condoms as per ISO ISO standard for condoms. Test of condom sheath and retention mechanism Each condom has a sheath and retention mechanism which is primary to the function of the instrument. Test of dimensions Each condom has specified dimensions like length and radius. Test of volume and pressure Condoms are tested for the maximum volume and pressure they can withhold.

Test for holes No condom should have any physical damage such as holes or any other forms of wreckage. Test for stability and shelf life Stability and shelf life are tested according to ISO to ensure that condoms are fit for use for the entire time span between date of manufacturing and date of expiry.

Test for biocompatibility Biocompatibility of a condom determines 23490 they are safe for use by humans.

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Testing these parameters according to ISO ensure that condoms exhibit superior quality. Halal testing Molecular biology. Fertilizer testing Soil testing.