BS 5948-3:1985, ISO 4818:1984 - Household sewing machines. Method for determination of creep of one ply of material over another

BS 5948-3:1985, ISO 4818:1984

Household sewing machines. Method for determination of creep of one ply of material over another

Status : Withdrawn   Published : December 1985

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Method specifically for motor-operated machines but which may be adapted to test hand- or treadle-operated machines.




Standard NumberBS 5948-3:1985, ISO 4818:1984
TitleHousehold sewing machines. Method for determination of creep of one ply of material over another
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date31 December 1985
Confirm Date15 July 1992
Withdrawn Date15 September 1995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
International RelationshipsISO 4818:1984
Draft Superseded By81/36250 DC
DescriptorsDomestic, Sewing machinery, Electrical household appliances, Household equipment, Performance testing, Sewing, Cloth, Thickness, Test specimens, Manually-operated devices, Dimensional changes, Testing conditions
ICS61.080
Title in FrenchMachines à coudre de ménage. Méthode de détermination du glissement l'une sur l'autre de deux épaisseurs d'un même matériau
Title in GermanHaushaltsnaehmaschinen. Ermittlung der gegenseitigen Verschiebung von Naehgutlagen
CommitteeTCI/33
ISBN0 580 14838 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages8
File Size504.5 KB
Price£182.00


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