BS 5293-5:1992, ISO 1126:1992 - Sampling and testing carbon black for use in the rubber industry. Method for determination of loss of mass on heating

BS 5293-5:1992, ISO 1126:1992

Sampling and testing carbon black for use in the rubber industry. Method for determination of loss of mass on heating

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : December 1992 Replaced By : BS ISO 1126:2006

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This method is not applicable to treated carbon blacks which contain added volatile materials.




Standard NumberBS 5293-5:1992, ISO 1126:1992
TitleSampling and testing carbon black for use in the rubber industry. Method for determination of loss of mass on heating
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date15 December 1992
Confirm Date01 June 2003
Withdrawn Date31 March 2006
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 ISO 1126:2006
ReplacesBS 5293-6:1988, ISO 1437:1985
International RelationshipsISO 1126:1992
Draft Superseded By92/38985 SA
DescriptorsCarbon black, Plastics and rubber technology, Volatile matter determination, Chemical analysis and testing, Testing conditions, Compounding ingredients (rubber)
ICS83.040.20
Title in FrenchIngredients de melange du caoutchouc. Noir de carbone. Determination de la perte a la chaleur
Title in GermanFuellstoffe fuer Kautschuk. Russ.Bestimmung des Masseverlustes bei Erwaermung
CommitteePRI/50
ISBN0 580 21451 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages6
File Size258.6 KB
Price£110.00


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