BS 7225-1-1.4:1989 - Classification of refractories. Shaped refractory products. Basic products containing more than 7% carbon

BS 7225-1-1.4:1989

Classification of refractories. Shaped refractory products. Basic products containing more than 7% carbon

Status : Withdrawn, Superseded   Published : January 1990 Replaced By : BS EN 12475-3:1998, BS 7225-1-1.4:1998

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Classifies into groups on the basis of appropriate physical and chemical properties.




Standard NumberBS 7225-1-1.4:1989
TitleClassification of refractories. Shaped refractory products. Basic products containing more than 7% carbon
StatusWithdrawn, Superseded
Publication Date31 January 1990
Confirm Date15 July 1996
Withdrawn Date15 July 1998
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 12475-3:1998, BS 7225-1-1.4:1998
Draft Superseded By88/36919 DC
DescriptorsRefractories, Shaped refractories, Basic refractories, Classification systems, Refractory materials, Chemical composition, Designations
ICS81.080
Title in FrenchClassification des réfractaires. Produits réfractaires façonnés. Produits de base renfermant plus de 7% de carbone
Title in GermanKlassifizierung von feuerfesten Werkstoffen. Geformte feuerfeste Erzeugnisse. Basische Erzeugnissemit einem Kohlenstoffgehalt von mehr als 7%
CommitteeRPI/1
ISBN0 580 17896 X
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages10
File Size290.6 KB
Price£110.00


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