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What does “replicate testing” mean?

 
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Most ISTA Procedures and Projects require that only one sample be tested. Exceptions to this are ISTA Procedure 3F and Project 3K, both of which require multiple samples.

In all cases, however, ISTA recommends that the tests be repeated multiple times using new samples for each test. This is to increase confidence in the representative performance of the packaged-products.


Note that is multiple tests are conducted, the packaged-product is deemed to have passed ONLY if all samples successfully pass all tests.

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