BS 5207:1975 - Specification for sulphur hexafluoride for electrical equipment

BS 5207:1975

Specification for sulphur hexafluoride for electrical equipment

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : September 1975 Replaced By : BS EN 60376:2005

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As supplied in steel cylinders for use as an insulating, cooling and arc interrupting medium. Permissible limits for impurities including water, carbon tetrachloride, oxygen, nitrogen, hydrolysable fluorides, oil, acidic constituents and toxic impurities. Sampling techniques and test methods.




Standard NumberBS 5207:1975
TitleSpecification for sulphur hexafluoride for electrical equipment
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 September 1975
Confirm Date15 November 1980
Withdrawn Date02 December 2005
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
Replaced ByBS EN 60376:2005
Draft Superseded By71/29873 DC
DescriptorsSulfur hexafluoride, Electrical insulating materials, Coolants, Impurities, Marking, Sampling methods, Toxicity, Determination of content, Water content determination, Test equipment, Dew point, Temperature measurement
ICS29.040.20
71.060.99
Title in FrenchHexafluorure de soufre pour matériel électrique
Title in GermanAnforderungen a Schwefelhexafluorid fuer elektrische Einrichtungen
CommitteeGEL/10
ISBN0 580 08643 7
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages24
File Size700 KB
Price£130.00


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