BS EN ISO 4892-3:2000 - Plastics. Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources. Fluorescent UV lamps

BS EN ISO 4892-3:2000

Plastics. Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources. Fluorescent UV lamps

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : September 1995 Replaced By : BS EN ISO 4892-3:2006

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Standard NumberBS EN ISO 4892-3:2000
TitlePlastics. Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources. Fluorescent UV lamps
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date15 September 1995
Withdrawn Date30 June 2006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 EN ISO 4892-3:2006
ReplacesBS 2782-5:Method 540B:1982, ISO 4892:1981
International RelationshipsEN ISO 4892-3:1999,ISO 4892-3:1994
Amended ByAMD 10678
Draft Superseded By93/305483 DC
DescriptorsPlastics, Polymers, Artificial weathering tests, Environmental testing, Light, Optical properties of materials, Weathering, Colorimetric characteristics, Fluorescent lamps, Ultraviolet lamps, Laboratory testing, Accelerated testing, Reports, Test specimens, Moisture, Temperature, Testing conditions, Test equipment, Plastics and rubber technology
ICS83.080.01
Title in FrenchPlastiques. Methodes d'exposition a des sources lumineuses de laboratoire. Lampes fluorescentes UV
Title in GermanKunststoffe. Bestrahlungsverfahren mit Laboratoriumslichtquellen. Fluoreszierende UV-Lampen
CommitteePRI/21
ISBN0 580 24502 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages16
File Size200.8 KB
Price£130.00


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