ISO 22675:2006
Prosthetics — Testing of ankle-foot devices and foot units — Requirements and test methods
Reference number
ISO 22675:2006
Edition 1
2006-10
Withdrawn
ISO 22675:2006
36413
Withdrawn (Edition 1, 2006)

Abstract

ISO 22675:2006 primarily specifies a cyclic test procedure for ankle-foot devices and foot units of external lower limb prostheses, distinguished by the potential to realistically simulate those loading conditions of the complete stance phase of walking from heel strike to toe-off that are relevant to the verification of performance requirements such as strength, durability and service life.

In addition, ISO 22675:2006 specifies a static test procedure for prosthetic ankle-foot devices and foot units, consisting of a static proof test and a static ultimate strength test, distinguished, besides other features, by the potential to generate heel and forefoot forces at lines of action conforming to those occurring at the instants of maximum heel and forefoot loading during the cyclic test.

General information

  •  : Withdrawn
     : 2006-10
    : Withdrawal of International Standard [95.99]
  •  : 1
     : 92
  • ISO/TC 168
    11.040.40 
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