BS 419:1966 - Specification for varnished fabrics and tapes for electrical purposes

BS 419:1966

Specification for varnished fabrics and tapes for electrical purposes

Status : Current, Under review   Published : August 1966



Fabrics woven from cotton, silk, nylon, polyethylene terephthalate (PTP) and glass, coated with varnish, in full width of 36 in approx. or slit into tape. Yellow and black in nominal thicknesses 4 mil (0.10 mm) to 10 mil (0.25 mm). Thickness, width, length, joins, packaging, electric proof strength at 20$0DC and at 90$0DC, tensile strength, tearing strength, decrease in tearing strength with heat ageing in air, acidity, varnish stability, extensibility, confirmation of glass fabric base; test methods in appendices.

Standard NumberBS 419:1966
TitleSpecification for varnished fabrics and tapes for electrical purposes
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date05 August 1966
Confirm Date01 October 2012
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
DescriptorsTextile glass, Cotton, Dielectric strength, Textile testing, Electrical insulating materials, Polyethylene terephthalate, Varnished products, Designations, Thickness, Mechanical testing, Tensile strength, Solid electrical insulating materials, Thermal stability, Test equipment, Specimen preparation, Width, Narrow fabrics, Polyamides, Tensile testing, Thermal testing, Silk, Tape, Tear tests, Cloth, Strength of materials, Textile products, Dielectric-strength tests, Extensibility, Marking, Packaging, Acidity, Woven fabrics
Title in FrenchTissus et rubans vernis a usage electrique. Specification
Title in GermanLackierte Stoffe und Baender fuer elektrische Zwecke. Spezifikation
ISBN0 580 00515 1
File Size990 KB

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