BS 4295:1968 - Specification for capacitor tissue paper

BS 4295:1968

Specification for capacitor tissue paper

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : March 1968 Replaced By : BS 5626-3.2:1985, IEC 60554-3-2:1983

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Kraft and rag types of capacitor tissue paper up to 25 micrometres in thickness and density from less than 0.8 g/cm


to 1.2 g/cm


for use as capacitor dielectric. Thickness, condition of rolls, core, marking, packaging, substance and apparent density, electric strength at 90°C, tensile strength, mineral ash, conductivity of aqueous extract, conductivity of organic extract, chloride content, sulphate content, freedom from conducting paths, stain test. Methods of test in appendices.

Standard NumberBS 4295:1968
TitleSpecification for capacitor tissue paper
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date18 March 1968
Withdrawn Date31 July 1985
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 5626-3.2:1985, IEC 60554-3-2:1983
ReplacesBS 698:1956
DescriptorsAsh determination, Width, Tensile testing, Solid electrical insulating materials, Density, Paper, pH, Thickness, Electrical insulating materials, Marking, Dielectric strength, Capacitor paper, Dielectric-strength tests, Stain tests, Electrical testing, Dielectric materials, Kraft paper, Tissue paper, Test equipment, Water content determination, Paper products, Specimen preparation
ISBN0 580 00101 6
File Size0 KB

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