Vacuum Cleaner Committee Task Group is open to interested parties.January 24, 2012 -
Interested parties are invited to join Task Group F11.50.13 on the Development of ASTM Standard Test Methods for the Measurement of Battery-Powered Vacuum Cleaner Performance. According to F11 chairman Ray Mayginnes, task group will develop standards for characteristics such as cleaning, air performance, battery life, filtration, and sound. Task group will have its first meeting during F11 meetings on May 7-9 in Phoenix, AZ.
ASTM Vacuum Cleaner Committee Forms Task Group on Battery Operated Product Performance
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Press release date: January 12, 2012
W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.-All interested parties are invited to join a new ASTM task group that will be developing standards to measure the performance of battery operated vacuum cleaners. The task group is under the jurisdiction of ASTM International Committee F11 on Vacuum Cleaners.
Task Group F11.50.13 on the Development of ASTM Standard Test Methods for the Measurement of Battery-Powered Vacuum Cleaner Performance is part of Subcommittee F11.50 on Special Vacuum Cleaner Types.
According to Ray Mayginnes, Emerson Tool Co. and chairman of F11, the task group plans to develop standards for such characteristics as cleaning, air performance, battery life, filtration and sound.
"The results of this uniform testing will allow the consumer to make an intelligent product selection based on comparable test results," says Mayginnes. "These results will allow the product manufacturers to advertise their products in a uniform and comparable manner."
Battery manufacturers, battery-powered vacuum manufacturers and consumers are encouraged to join in the standards development work of the task group, which will have its first meeting during the F11 meetings on May 7-9 in Phoenix, Ariz.
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ASTM Committee F11 Next Meeting: May 7-9, 2012, May Committee Week, Phoenix, Ariz. Technical Contact: Ray Mayginnes, Emerson Tool Co., St. Louis, Mo., Phone: 314-553-5060; email@example.com