BS 5074:1974 - Specification for short and long solid-stem thermometers for precision use

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BS 5074:1974

Specification for short and long solid-stem thermometers for precision use

Status : Withdrawn   Published : November 1974

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Standard NumberBS 5074:1974
TitleSpecification for short and long solid-stem thermometers for precision use
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date29 November 1974
Confirm Date01 October 2012
Withdrawn Date14 May 2019
Cross ReferencesBS 593
DescriptorsPerformance testing, Solid (shape), Graduations, Precision, Mercury, Glass, Dimensions, Thermometers, Temperature-measuring instruments, Thermal stability, Design, Expansion thermometers, Thallium-containing alloys, Mercury alloys, Instrument scales, Marking, Accuracy, Heating tests
ICS17.200.20
Title in FrenchThermometres a tige pleine courte et longue a usage de precision. Specification
Title in GermanLange und kurze feststaemmige Thermometer fuer Praezisionszwecke. Spezifikation
CommitteeLBI/1/2
ISBN0 580 08492 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages16
File Size1.12 MB
NotesWithdrawn as this standard refers to the use of mercury. Mercury thermometers are not allowed to be placed on the market in the EU since 10 April 2014
Price£126.00


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