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QB/T 1655-2006 English PDF (QBT1655-2006)

QB/T 1655-2006 English PDF (QBT1655-2006)

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QB/T 1655-2006: Roller ball pen and refill

This Standard specifies the terms and definitions, classification, requirements, test methods, inspection rules, and marking, package, transportation, storage of roller ball pen and refill. This Standard is applicable to the various roller ball pens and refills filling water-based ink.
QB/T 1655-2006
QB
LIGHT INDUSTRY STANDARD
OF THE PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 97.180
Classification No.. Y50
Record No.. 18373-2006
Replacing QB/T 1655-1992
Roller Ball Pen and Refill
ISSUED ON. AUGUST 19, 2006
IMPLEMENTED ON. DECEMBER 1, 2006
Issued by. National Development and Reform Commission of the PRC
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 5
2 Normative References ... 5
3 Terms and Definitions ... 6
4 Classification ... 6
5 Requirements ... 6
6 General Test instrument, Materials and Conditions ... 8
7 Test Methods ... 8
8 Inspection rules ... 17
9 Mark, Package, Transportation, Storage ... 19
Appendix A (Normative) Roller Ball Pen Appearance Requirement Rules, Test Methods and Type Inspection Qualification Rate Ratio ... 21
Foreword
This Standard is the modification against QB/T 1655-1992 Ink Pen.
Compared with QB/T 1655-1992, this Standard has the major changes as follows. --- Add the Chapter on terms and definitions (Chapter 3 of this Edition); --- Modify the classification, delete the technical requirements on relevant roller ball microporous ink pen (Chapter 4, Chapter 5 of this Edition; Chapter 3, Chapter 4 of QB/T 1655-1992);
--- Add the Chapter on the general test instrument, materials and conditions (Chapter 6 of this Edition);
--- Delete three items, namely, initial-writing angle, extended force of the nib, strength of the nib (5.1, 5.4, 5.5 of QB/T 1655-1992);
--- Add seven items, namely, ink amount, writing performance, leakage resistance, transparency, temperature resistance, difference between pen-holder head aperture and nib outer diameter, and pull-off force of the cap, etc. (7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.8, 7.9, 7.13, 7.17 of this Edition);
--- Change the original metal pen clip elasticity into metal clip clipping force (7.14 of this Edition; 5.12 of QB/T 1655-1992);
--- Change the original anti-corrosive property into the physical and chemical property of decorative surface (7.15 of this Edition; 5.9 of QB/T 1655-1992). The Appendix A of this Standard is normative.
This Standard was proposed by China Light Industry Council.
This Standard shall be under the jurisdiction of National Pen-Manufacturing Standardization Center.
The drifting organization of this Standard. National Pen-Manufacturing Standardization Center, Beifa Group Co., Ltd., Qingdao Changlong Stationery Co., Ltd., Shanghai Jinwannian Industrial Development Co., Ltd., Shanghai Lotus Stationery Co., Ltd., Wenzhou Aihao Pen Trade Co., Ltd., and Wenzhou Tianjiao Pen Industrial Co., Ltd. The chief drafting staff of this Standard. Chen Rongzhong, Fu Yuanlong, Qi Guangming, and Chen Jingqiang.
Since the date of implementation, this Standard replaced the light industry standard QB/T 1655-1992 issued by the Light Industry Department.
Roller Ball Pen and Refill
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the terms and definitions, classification, requirements, test methods, inspection rules, and marking, package, transportation, storage of roller ball pen and refill.
This Standard is applicable to the various roller ball pens and refills filling water-based ink.
2 Normative References
The provisions in following documents become the provisions of this Standard through reference in this Standard. For dated references, the subsequent amendments (excluding corrigendum) or revisions do not apply to this Standard, however, parties who reach an agreement based on this Standard are encouraged to study if the latest versions of these documents are applicable. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document applies.
GB/T 191 Packaging - Pictorial Marking for Handling of Goods
GB/T 622 Chemical Reagent - Hydrochloric Acid
GB/T 678 Chemical Reagent - Ethanol
GB/T 1468 Tracing Paper
GB/T 2828.1 Sampling Procedures for Inspection by Attributes ?€? Part 1. Sampling Schemes Indexed by Acceptance Quality Limit (AQL) for Lot-by-Lot Inspection GB/T 6388 Transport Package Shipping Mark
GB/T 12654 Writing Paper
QB/T 2774 Pencil
QB/T 3833 Testing Method of the Oxidation Treatment Coatings of the Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys for the Light Industrial Products
7.1.1 Test instrument
60g special counter poise.
7.1.2 Methods and Procedures
Set the 60g counter poise onto the bottom of pen-holder, so that the pen and the writing paper form elevation angle of 50??~70??; use hand to draw straight line with the marking line speed of 20 mm/s ~ 25 mm/s, then check whether the handwriting conforms to the requirements of Table 2.
7.2 Out-inking amount test
Out-inking amount indicates the amount of the ink per meter when the pen draws the marking lines within 100m.
7.2.1 Test instrument
Balance with sensitivity accuracy no less than 0.001g.
7.2.2 Methods and procedures
a) Weigh the mass G1 of the test pen that has not been written on the balance; b) Adjust the circle-painting and writing machine to meet the conditions of 6.1; writing paper meets the requirements of 6.2;
c) Install the test pen onto circle-painting and writing machine, start the circle- painting and writing machine to draw line. Observe whether the line is broken during the line-marking process, if there is line broken, take off the test pen, use the alcohol cotton to wipe the ink accumulated on the nib; then use hand to continuously draw five circles with ??20mm~??25mm onto the test paper; if the stitches can be drawn at this time, continue to install the test pen onto the circle- painting and writing machine; the above treatment is only for once; if after the treatment, the stitches are still broken, then it shall be treated as the broken line; d) When the marking line length is 100m, take off the test pen, and use the alcohol cotton to wipe the ink accumulated on the ball seat side of the nib; then weigh the mass G2 of test pen on the balance;
e) Calculate the out-inking amount Was per Formula (1), check whether the out- inking amount conforms to the requirements of Table 2.
Where.
Test methods and procedures. continue to mark line as per the b), c) methods stipulated in 7.2.2; the accumulated length can meet the requirements in Table 2, and there shall be no broken line.
7.6 Water resistance test
Water resistance indicates the performance of stitches resisting the water erosion. 7.6.1 Instrument and materials
a) Distilled water;
b) Beaker with capacity of 500mL.
7.6.2 Methods and procedures
Use hand to draw five consecutive circles with diameter of ??20mm ~??230mm on the writing paper; after 2h of drawing circle; dip the writing paper with drawn circles into the distilled water; take out the paper as per the time stipulated in Table 2, check the stitches, which shall be identifiable.
7.7 Interval writing test
Interval writing indicates the performance of pen under the circumstance of normal out- inking, and nib is in the exposed or stop-writing state, after a period of suspension, the pen can still be used.
7.7.1 Test instrument
60g special counter poise.
7.7.2 Methods and procedures
Remove the cap of the test pen, draw the normal stitches on the writing paper, place it into the test environment, when it reaches the time stipulated in the Table 2; take it out; set the 60g counter poise on the end of the pen-holder, so that the pen and writing paper form elevation angle of 50??~70??; use hand to draw lines for 100mm with marking line speed of 20 mm/s ~ 25mm/s; check the test pen, the out-inking of which shall be normal.
7.8 Transparency test
Transparency indicates the degree of stitches transparent the paper.
7.8.1 Instrument and materials
a) Ruler;
7.10 Drying time test
Drying time indicates the property of stitches that don?€?t contaminate the covering paper after the prescribed time.
7.10.1 Test instrument
a) Stopwatch;
b) 500g special counter poise, with bottom surface diameter of 500mm.
7.10.2 Methods and procedures
Use hand to draw five consecutive circles with diameter ??20mm~??30mm on the writing paper; start the stopwatch to count time, when the time stipulated in Table 2 is reached; cover the stitches by the writing paper with the same nature; use counter poise to press on the covering paper surface; after 30s to separate the two papers, check whether the covering paper has no ink.
7.11 Light resistance test
Light resistance indicates the property of stitches to resist the sun light. 7.11.1 Test instrument
UV light box (inner diameter of light box 220mm~230mm, UV light. power 30W, wavelength 2.537??102nm, light tube length 900mm)
7.11.2 Methods and procedures
Use hand to draw five consecutive circles with diameter ??20mm~??30mm on the writing paper; then place the writing paper drawn the circles into the UV light box, take it out after 24h, check whether the stitches are identifiable.
7.12 Ball fixation test
Ball fixation indicates the property of ball which doesn?€?t leave the ball seat under the role of certain force.
7.12.1 Test instrument
Centrifuge (w...

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