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BS ISO 2076:2010

Textiles. Man-made fibres. Generic names

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : June 2010 Replaced By : BS EN ISO 2076:2013

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BS ISO 2076:2010 Textiles. Man-made fibres. Generic names

BS ISO 2076 is an International Standard which lists the generic names used to designate the different categories of man-made fibres currently manufactured on an industrial scale for textile and other purposes, together with the distinguishing attributes that characterize them. The term “man-made fibres”, sometimes also called manufactured fibres, has been adopted for those fibres obtained by a manufacturing process, as distinct from materials which occur naturally in fibrous form.

 




Standard NumberBS ISO 2076:2010
TitleTextiles. Man-made fibres. Generic names
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 June 2010
Withdrawn Date31 December 2013
Replaced ByBS EN ISO 2076:2013
ReplacesBS ISO 2076:1999
International RelationshipsISO 2076:2010
DescriptorsMan-made fibres, Textile fibres, Textile technology, Textiles, Terminology, Vocabulary, Codes
ICS01.040.59
59.060.20
Title in FrenchTextiles. Fibres chimiques. Noms génériques
Title in GermanTextilien. Chemiefasern. Gattungsnamen
CommitteeTCI/80
ISBN978 0 580 65008 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages18
File Size651 KB
Price£116.00


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