The market scale of disposable menstrual products is expanding every year, so the audit requirements for products need to be higher and more rigorous. Let's look at some standards for disposable menstrual products in 2008.
GB / t8939 changes the adhesive strength index of back adhesive from qualitative assessment to quantitative assessment, which is a progress of the standard. Although this index seems unimportant, if the adhesive strength of back glue is poor, sanitary napkins and sanitary pads are easy to fall off, which will affect the use function of sanitary napkins and sanitary pads. GB / t8939 stipulates that the adhesive strength index of back glue shall not be less than 8 seconds quantitatively. Although it is only used as reference data and not as the basis for judging whether it is qualified or not, it at least provides a reference data for manufacturers, consumers and product quality inspection institutions, and also provides a basis for sanitary napkin manufacturers to reasonably control the quality of adhesive strength of back glue.
T894.5 tablets shall be packaged separately for each article of menstruation. Because the sanitary napkin products packed in multiple pieces cannot be re sealed after opening, it is easy to cause secondary pollution after manual contact and exposure, making the sanitary napkin unsanitary. Each piece of sanitary napkin is packaged independently. Each piece of sanitary napkin is formed at one time on the production line and sealed automatically. Before use, it is not contacted and exposed by hands to avoid secondary pollution, so as to ensure the safety and hygiene of use.
It is hoped that with the increasing market scale of disposable menstrual products, each manufacturer can consciously abide by the standards set by the state, rather than producing inferior products for large-scale production.