BS 903-A8:1990 - Physical testing of rubber. Method for determination of rebound resilience

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BS 903-A8:1990

Physical testing of rubber. Method for determination of rebound resilience

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : October 1990 Replaced By : BS ISO 4662:2009

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Two methods. Method A uses the Dunlop Tripsometer and method B uses the Luepke pendulum and other ISO methods.




Standard NumberBS 903-A8:1990
TitlePhysical testing of rubber. Method for determination of rebound resilience
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 October 1990
Confirm Date01 October 2007
Withdrawn Date28 February 2010
Cross ReferencesBS 903:Part A19, BS 903:Part A24, BS 903:Part A32, BS 903:Part A35, BS 903:Part A36, BS 3574
Replaced ByBS ISO 4662:2009
ReplacesBS 903-A8:1963
Draft Superseded By84/40733 DC
DescriptorsNatural rubber, Synthetic rubber, Vulcanized rubber, Physical testing, Plastics and rubber technology, Resilience, Mechanical testing, Impact testing, Test specimens, Dimensions, Test equipment, Specimen preparation, Testing conditions, Calibration
ICS83.060
Title in FrenchMéthodes d'essai des élastomères vulcanisés. Détermination du rebondissement élastique
Title in GermanVerfahren zur Pruefung von vulkanisierten Elastomeren. Pruefung der Rueckprallelastizitaet
CommitteePRI/22
ISBN0 580 15788 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages20
File Size678.9 KB
Price£130.00


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