BS EN ISO 7622-1:1996 - Steel cord conveyor belts. Longitudinal traction test. Measurement of elongation

BS EN ISO 7622-1:1996

Steel cord conveyor belts. Longitudinal traction test. Measurement of elongation

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn, Revised   Published : March 1996 Replaced By : BS EN ISO 7622-1:2013

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A method of determination of the elongation of steel cords constituting the carcass of conveyor belts




Standard NumberBS EN ISO 7622-1:1996
TitleSteel cord conveyor belts. Longitudinal traction test. Measurement of elongation
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn, Revised
Publication Date15 March 1996
Confirm Date01 December 2009
Withdrawn Date31 May 2013
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 ISO 7622-1:2013
International RelationshipsEN ISO 7622-1:1995,ISO 7622-1:1984
Draft Superseded By83/51776DC
DescriptorsConveyor belts, Load-supporting devices, Materials handling components, Wire ropes, Steels, Elongation, Dimensional measurement, Tensile testing, Strain elongation, Test specimens, Testing conditions
ICS53.040.20
Title in FrenchCourroies transporteuses à câbles d'acier. Essai de traction dans le sens longitudinal. Mesurage de l'allongement
Title in GermanStahlseilfoerdergurte. Zugversuch in Laengsrichtung. Dehnungs-Messung in Laengsrichtung
CommitteePRI/67
ISBN0 580 25428 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages10
File Size260.2 KB
Price£112.00


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