BS ISO 2493-2:2020 - Paper and board. Determination of resistance to bending. Taber-type tester

BS ISO 2493-2:2020

Paper and board. Determination of resistance to bending. Taber-type tester

Status : Current   Published : February 2020

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This document specifies procedures to measure the bending resistance of paper and paperboard using a Taber-type tester.

This document is used to determine the bending moment required to deflect the free end of a 38 mm wide vertically clamped specimen by 15° when the load is applied at a bending length of 50 mm. For boards that tend to be permanently deformed if bent through 15°, the half bending angle, i.e. 7,5°, can be used. The bending resistance is expressed in terms of the bending moment and parameters set by the manufacturer of the Taber-type tester.

The method is primarily used for papers with a high grammage.

NOTE

This document does not cover the low-range version of the Taber-type instrument that uses a bending length of 10 mm (see Reference [ 5]).




Standard NumberBS ISO 2493-2:2020
TitlePaper and board. Determination of resistance to bending. Taber-type tester
StatusCurrent
Publication Date21 February 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 186, ISO 187
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 5725-1:1994, ISO 536, ISO/TR 24498
ReplacesBS ISO 2493-2:2011
International RelationshipsISO 2493-2:2020
Draft Superseded By19/30391447 DC
DescriptorsPaper products, Testing conditions, Precision, Calibration, Bend testing, Board (paper), Paper, Test specimens
ICS85.060
Title in FrenchPapier et carton. Détermination de la résistance à la flexion Rigidimètre Taber
CommitteePAI/11
ISBN978 0 539 03945 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages18
File Size2.15 MB
Price£130.00


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