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GB/T 35929-2018 English PDF (GBT35929-2018)

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GB/T 35929-2018: Packaging -- Tactile warnings of danger -- Requirements

This Standard specifies the requirements of the tactile warnings of danger on package of dangerous substances or preparations with mandatory provisions. To avoid confusion, tactile warnings of danger are only affixed to the package of dangerous substances and preparations which are mandatory to be affixed with this symbol. This Standard has no limits on the dangerous substances or preparations to be filled in the package with a tactile warning of danger, which will be prescribed by the relevant competent authority.
GB/T 35929-2018
Packaging-Tactile warnings of danger-Requirements
ICS 13.300
A80
National Standards of People's Republic of China
Packaging touch hazard identification requirements
(ISO 11683.1997, IDT)
Published on.2018-02-06
2018-09-01 Implementation
General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China China National Standardization Administration released
Foreword
This standard was drafted in accordance with the rules given in GB/T 1.1-2009. This standard uses the translation method equivalent to the use of ISO 11683.1997 "packaging touch hazard identification requirements." This standard is proposed and managed by the National Standardization Technical Committee for Hazardous Chemicals Management (SAC/TC251). This standard is drafted by. Shandong Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, Ministry of Environmental Protection Solid Waste and Chemicals Management Technology Center, China Chemical Economic and Technological Development Center, Huafeng Group Co., Ltd., Beijing Guoshi Ankang Technology Co., Ltd., and Jiangyin Chenggao Packaging Materials Co., Ltd. The main drafters of this standard. Feng Zhenzhen, Yu Xiao, Li Hongxia, Zhang Shaoyan, Yan Wenchao, Che Lidong, Liu Chunxin, Liu Bao, Gao Xingxing, Zhou Hao, Cao Mengran and Wang Xinchen.
introduction
When the blind or visually impaired people operate the packaging, it is difficult or impossible for them to determine whether they are contained with harmless or dangerous substances or preparations. With the following method, this problem will likely be solved.
--- To provide a touch hazard label on the packaging containing dangerous substances or preparations; --- Provide training related to the meaning and location of the touch hazard label on the package for blind and visually impaired persons. This standard specifies the form of a touch hazard sign, usually consisting of a raised equilateral triangle, when the package does not have enough space From time to time, it can be reduced to three raised points.
For blind or visually impaired people, the filling of touch hazard signs should be simple and fixed, and the training and learning process should be simple. Single, to ensure effective identification.
Packaging touch hazard identification requirements
1 Scope
This standard stipulates the requirements for mandatory hazard labeling on the packaging of hazardous substances or preparations. To avoid confusion, touch hazard labels are only affixed to the packaging of hazardous substances and preparations that are compulsorily affixed to this label. This standard is not limited to dangerous substances or preparations that are to be packed in packages with touch hazards. This will be handled by the relevant competent authority. The door is regulated.
2 Normative references
The following documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only dated versions apply to this article Pieces. For undated references, the latest version (including all amendments) applies to this document. EN417-1992 Production, inspection and testing of disposable metal liquefied petroleum gas cylinders with or without valves for use with portable cookers Test and marking (Non-refilablemetalicgascartridgesforliquefiedpetroleumgases,withorwithoutavalue, forusewithportableappliances-Construction, inspection, testingandmarking) 3 Terms and Definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this document.
3.1
Dangerous dangerous
Competent authorities specify specific substances (3.1.1) and preparations (3.1.2). 3.1.1
Substances
Chemical elements and compounds in the natural state or industrially produced. 3.1.2
Preparations
A mixture or solution of two or more substances that does not react.
3.2
Packaging
Any form of container used to hold a substance or preparation directly. Note. Strictly speaking, packaging refers to primary packaging and does not include any secondary packaging or packaging materials. 3.3
Package package
With the contents of the packaging.
3.4
Bottom bottom
The normal standing surface of the package.
3.5
Operating surface handlingsurface
When the package is used normally, it is the part touched by the user during the process of picking up, opening or emptying the contents. 3.6
Edge
The area where the vertical plane meets the bottom.
4 General requirements
Touch hazard labels should be placed on the primary packaging, not on any secondary packaging (eg cardboard boxes for protective glass bottles). In full play You can feel the logo before opening the package. Specific requirements can be found in Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, and Chapter 8. 5 Touch Hazard Identification Requirements
The symbols described in Chapters 6 and 7 are treated as touch hazard signs. Also suitable for use as part of packaging or in other forms Warnings displayed, such as adhesive labels or other labels attached to the packaging. 6 The size of the logo
6.1 General
As long as the size allows, the normal logo should be used (see 6.2). When a normal logo cannot be placed due to space limitations, the reduced logo should be used 9mm mark (see 6.3.1). When the 9mm mark cannot be placed, the 3 point mark should be used (see 6.3.2). 3mm logo (see 6.3.3) only Applied when the 3-point logo cannot be used.
6.2 Normal size
The logo is an equilateral triangle with sharp corners (see Figure 1). The two sides of the corner are handed over wherever feasible. If it cannot be transferred, the distance Should not exceed 1mm. The length of the edge (L) should be 18mm ?? 2mm. The triangle should contain a raised frame and the width (B) should be 1.7mm ?? 0.2mm. The height (H) of the cross-section of the frame should be between 0.25mm and 0.5mm. The minimum area of the cross-section of the frame should be 1/2H??B. The shape of the cross-section can be rectangular (see section AA in Figure 1) or it can be an arc. Shaped.
Figure 1 Touch Hazard Identification
6.3 Three Reduced Sizes
6.3.1 9mm Logo
The logo should be an equilateral triangle with sharp corners (see Figure 1). The logo can also be filled. Both corners of the corner are handed over wherever practicable. If not, the distance should not exceed 1mm. The length of the edge (L) should be 9mm ?? 1mm.
When the triangle is a frame structure, the width (B) should be 1mm ?? 0.2mm. The height (H) of the cross-section of the frame should be between 0.25mm and 0.5mm. The minimum area of the frame cross-section should be 1/2H??B, and the cross-sectional shape can be either rectangular (see Figure 1) or arc-shaped. If the triangle is a filled structure, its height and boundary profile requirements should refer to the frame structure. 6.3.2 3-point identification
Each of the three points should be truncated and evenly distributed in a circle (see Figure 2). The diameter of each point should be 2mm ?? 0.2mm.
The height H should be between 0.25mm and 0.5mm.
The distance D between any two points should be equal and between 3mm and 9mm. Figure 2 3 point identification for touch hazard warning
6.3.3 3mm Logo
The logo should be an equilateral triangle with sharp corners (see Figure 1). The logo should be filled. The length of the edge (L) should be between 3mm and 4mm.
The height (H) of the cross-section of the frame should be between 0.25mm and 0.5mm. 7 Touch Hazard Location
7.1 General requirements
Touch hazard labels should be placed in a location that will not cause confusion with other relief patterns. 7.2 bottomed packaging
7.2.1 General situation
Each complete touch hazard mark should be placed in the upright face near the edge as shown in Figure 3, with the top of the triangle away from the bag. The distance to the bottom should not exceed 50mm.
Figure 3 Location of the bottom packaging touch hazard mark
7.2.2 Special Conditions
7.2.2.1 General requirements
For the following packaging, touch hazard labels should be specially placed below. If it is not technically feasible, it can be performed according to the general situation of 7.2.1 Line processing.
7.2.2.2 Aerosol Packaging
The touch hazard label for aerosol packaging should be placed on the surface of the packaging where the finger opens the aerosol. This surface (starter button or The spray to the top lid area should be an integral part of the aerosol packaging and should not be the part that can be disassembled during normal use of the product. 7.2.2.3 Combustible gas containers
For gas containers where the contents are used only when certain connections or fittings are assembled, the touched parts of these connections or fittings should be viewed Touch the danger sign. For sealed gas containers with top shape conforming to EN 417, the tangible characteristics of the shape should be related to the touch hazard label Knowledge is consistent.
7.2.2.4 Full-open plastic packaging
Touch hazard labels should be placed on the operating surface as close as possible to the opening. 7.3 bottomless packaging
For tubes and cartridges, touch hazard labels should be placed on the shoulders and evenly distributed around the nozzle in the following manner. Points and triangles are distributed around the center circle around the nozzle; they should be regularly arranged (a triangular area followed by a smooth area), Each triangle should be outward (as shown in Figure 4).
Figure 4 Example of placement of a touch hazard label on the tube and box For other bottomless packaging, touch hazard labels should be placed on the operating surface according to the manufacturer's advice. 7.4 Small package
Place the touch hazard indicator on the operating surface according to the manufacturer's advice. 8 Durability of touch identification
Under normal operating conditions, the logo should remain touchable during the intended use of the packaging.

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