BS 5180-2:1974 - Specification for permissible limits of metal release from vitreous enamel-ware. Cooking ware and kitchen utensils

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BS 5180-2:1974

Specification for permissible limits of metal release from vitreous enamel-ware. Cooking ware and kitchen utensils

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : December 1974 Replaced By : BS 6748:1986+A1:2011

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Lead and cadmium extraction limits; test method.




Standard NumberBS 5180-2:1974
TitleSpecification for permissible limits of metal release from vitreous enamel-ware. Cooking ware and kitchen utensils
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 December 1974
Confirm Date15 December 1981
Withdrawn Date15 November 1989
Cross ReferencesBS 3978
Replaced ByBS 6748:1986+A1:2011
Draft Superseded By73/60155 DC
DescriptorsVitreous enamel, Ceramic coatings, Coatings, Catering equipment, Kitchen utensils, Cooking vessels, Metal-release tests, Lead, Cadmium, Concentration (chemical), Testing conditions, Chemical-resistance tests, Acetic acid, Acid-resistance tests
ICS67.250
81.040.30
81.060.20
Title in FrenchLimites admissibles de liberation de metal des articles emailles vitrifies. Specification. Articles et ustensiles de cuisine
Title in GermanZulaessige Grenzen fuer die Freisetzung von Metallen durch glasiges Emailgeschirr. Spezifikation. Kochgeschirr und Kuechenutensilien
CommitteeCW/29
ISBN0 580 08501 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
File Size0 KB
Price£182.00


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