BS 3501:1962 - Specification for dinghy buoyancy equipment

BS 3501:1962

Specification for dinghy buoyancy equipment

Status : Withdrawn   Published : July 1962

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Buoyancy bags made from unsupported PVC sheeting and from rubber-proofed sheeting; buoyancy equipment made from expanded polystyrene, from expanded ebonite and from expanded PVC. Material, construction, performance, test methods for products and certain materials.




Standard NumberBS 3501:1962
TitleSpecification for dinghy buoyancy equipment
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date23 July 1962
Withdrawn Date15 September 1995
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 5220
Draft Superseded ByAB(PLC/RUC)904-907 DC
DescriptorsBuoyancy aids, Marine safety, Water transport engineering components, Water transport engineering, Polyvinyl chloride, Sheet materials, Inflatable devices, Laminates, Thickness, Seams, Strength of materials, Marking, Coated fabrics, Natural rubber, Synthetic rubber, Tensile strength, Air permeability, Adhesion, Density, Ageing (materials), Fungus proofing, Dimensional tolerances, Polystyrene, Water absorption, Water-absorption tests, Compressive strength, Ebonite, Pressure testing, Mechanical testing, Breaking load, Test equipment
ICS47.080
Title in FrenchEquipement de flottabilite des radeaux gonflables. Specification
Title in GermanSchwimmfaehigkeitsausstattung von Jollen. Spezifikation
CommitteeGME/33
PublisherBSI
FormatA5
DeliveryNo
Pages22
File Size1.582 MB
Price£130.00


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