BS 2782-1:Method 130A:1991, ISO 182-1:1990 - Methods of testing plastics. Thermal properties. Determination of the thermal stability of polyvinyl chloride by the Congo red method

BS 2782-1:Method 130A:1991, ISO 182-1:1990

Methods of testing plastics. Thermal properties. Determination of the thermal stability of polyvinyl chloride by the Congo red method

Status : Current   Published : April 1991

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A test piece is maintained at a constant temperature and the amount of acidic gas evolved is measured using indicator paper.




Standard NumberBS 2782-1:Method 130A:1991, ISO 182-1:1990
TitleMethods of testing plastics. Thermal properties. Determination of the thermal stability of polyvinyl chloride by the Congo red method
StatusCurrent
Publication Date30 April 1991
Confirm Date15 March 2002
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
ReplacesBS 2782-1 Method 130A:1976
International RelationshipsISO 182-1:1990
Draft Superseded By89/41649 DC
DescriptorsPlastics and rubber technology, Plastics, Polyvinyl chloride, Polymers, Copolymers, Homopolymers, Thermal stability, Thermal testing, High-temperature testing, Decomposition reactions, Degradation, Chemical analysis and testing, Testing conditions, Test equipment, Specimen preparation, Congo red
ICS83.080.20
Title in FrenchMéthodes d'essai des plastiques. Propriétés thermiques. Détermination de la stabilité thermique du chlorure de polyvinyle par la méthode au rouge Congo
Title in GermanPruefung von Kunststoffen. Verhalten bei erhoehter Temperatur. Untersuchung von PVC nach dem Kongorotverfahren
CommitteePRI/21
ISBN0 580 19593 7
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages10
File Size258.9 KB
Price£110.00


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