BS 2648:1955 - Performance requirements for electrically-heated laboratory drying ovens

BS 2648:1955

Performance requirements for electrically-heated laboratory drying ovens

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : December 1955



Limits and test methods for temperature variation, fluctuation, drift and overshot, ventilation rate, for ovens for moisture determination by drying wiithin range 95$0DC to 110$0DC. Ovens about 1 to 3 cu ft internal space ventilated by convection, with or without fans; vacuum or forced draught ovens not covered.

Standard NumberBS 2648:1955
TitlePerformance requirements for electrically-heated laboratory drying ovens
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date29 December 1955
Confirm Date01 June 2016
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
Amended ByPD 2517
Draft Superseded ByCT(LBC)3072 DC
DescriptorsLaboratory equipment, Industrial ovens, Drying, Driers (heating equipment), Electrically-operated devices, Electric heaters, Testing conditions, Temperature measurement, Performance, Performance testing, Marking, Ventilation, Flow rates, Flow measurement, Thermocouples, Test equipment, Moisture measurement, Water content determination
Title in FrenchNormes de performances pour fours de sechage de laboratoire a chauffage electrique
Title in GermanLeistungsanforderungen an elektrisch beheizte Labortrockenkammern
ISBN0 580 32665 9
File Size247.1 KB

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