BS 3187:1978 - Specification for electrically conducting rubber flooring

BS 3187:1978

Specification for electrically conducting rubber flooring

Status : Withdrawn   Published : May 1978

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Composition, workmanship, dimensions, physical requirements and electrical resistance requirements. Methods of test and information on earthing.




Standard NumberBS 3187:1978
TitleSpecification for electrically conducting rubber flooring
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date31 May 1978
Confirm Date01 July 2003
Withdrawn Date04 November 2009
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
Draft Superseded By76/52301 DC
DescriptorsSheet flooring, Floor coverings, Natural rubber, Synthetic rubber, Carbon black, Dimensions, Electrical conductance, Hardness, Compression set, Compression testing, Water-absorption tests, Electrical resistance, Installation, Earthing, Electric conductors
ICS91.060.30
Title in FrenchSpécification des revêtements de sol en caoutchouc conducteurs d'électricité
Title in GermanSpezifikation fuer elektrisch leitfaehige Boden belaege aus Gummi
CommitteePRI/60
ISBN0 580 10180 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages12
File Size305.7 KB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as the relevant committee feel that there is no longer a need to maintain this standard.
Price£110.00


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