BS 2000-168:2003, IP 168:2003 - Methods of test for petroleum and its products. Determination of rolling bearing performance of lubricating grease

BS 2000-168:2003, IP 168:2003

Methods of test for petroleum and its products. Determination of rolling bearing performance of lubricating grease

Status : Withdrawn   Published : November 2005

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Identical with IP 168:2003.




Standard NumberBS 2000-168:2003, IP 168:2003
TitleMethods of test for petroleum and its products. Determination of rolling bearing performance of lubricating grease
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date18 November 2005
Withdrawn Date01 June 2008
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS 2000-168:1995
DescriptorsPetroleum products, Petroleum, Chemical analysis and testing, Grease, Lubricants, Performance testing, Rolling bearings, Bearings, Lubrication, Mechanical testing
ICS75.100
Title in FrenchMethodes d'essais du petrole et de ses produits. Determination des performances de roulement de la graisse lubrifiante
Title in GermanPruefmethoden fuer Erdoel und Erdoelprodukte. Bestimmung der Waelzlagerleistung von Schmierfett
CommitteePTI/13
ISBN0 580 46183 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages10
File Size687.3 KB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as the method of test is no longer used by the petroleum industry.
Price£110.00


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