Issued: Not Recorded CBPL 56-03R1 Page 1 of 1 Revised: 03/07 U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION LABORATORY METHODS CBPL METHOD 56-03 NHM ISO 6989 Textile Fibres—Determination of Length and Length Distribution of Staple Fibres (by Measurement of Single Fibres) SAFETY STATEMENT 1. REFERENCE This CBPL Method cannot fully address 1.1 ISO 6989. “Textile Fibres— safety issues that may arise from its use. Determination of Length and Length The analyst is responsible for assessing Distribution of Staple Fibres (by potential safety issues associated with a Measurement of Single Fibres).” given method at its point of use. Before using this method, the analyst will END consider all general laboratory safety precautions. In particular, the analyst will identify and implement suitable health and safety measures and will comply with all pertinent regulations. METHOD UNCERTAINTY The uncertainty of measurement for this method is specific to each laboratory. 0. SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION This method is applicable for measuring fiber staple length in goods provided for in Chapter 56 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS).
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