BS EN 60684-3-271:2004 - Flexible insulating sleeving. Specifications for individual types of sleeving. Heat-shrinkable elastomer sleeving, flame retarded, fluid resistant, shrink ratio 2:1

BS EN 60684-3-271:2004

Flexible insulating sleeving. Specifications for individual types of sleeving. Heat-shrinkable elastomer sleeving, flame retarded, fluid resistant, shrink ratio 2:1

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : October 2004 Replaced By : BS EN 60684-3-271:2011

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Gives the requirements for two types of heat-shrinkable, flame retarded, fluid resistant, elastomer sleevings, with a nominal shrink ratio of 2:1 for use at temperatures up to 120 C. Type A: Standard wall thickness Type B: Thin wall thickness These sleevings are normally supplied with internal diameters up to 102 mm for the standard wall thickness and up to 51 mm for the thin wall thickness.The standard colour is black. Sizes or colours other than those specifically listed in this standard may be available as custom items. These items are considered to comply with this standard if they comply with the property requirements listed in Tables 3, 4, 5 and 6, except for dimensions and mass. Materials which conform to this specification meet established levels of performance. However, the selection of a material by a user for a specific application should be based on the actual requirements necessary for adequate performance in that application and not based on this specification alone. This edition includes the following significant changes with regard to the previous edition: - Replacement of the thermal endurance test method according to IEC 60216 with a long term ageing test i.e. 3 000 h at the recommended maximum temperature found suitable for use, in order to provide safe thermal test data within a workable time scale. It has also been combined with Sheet 272. - Sheet 272 has been withdrawn.




Standard NumberBS EN 60684-3-271:2004
TitleFlexible insulating sleeving. Specifications for individual types of sleeving. Heat-shrinkable elastomer sleeving, flame retarded, fluid resistant, shrink ratio 2:1
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date14 October 2004
Withdrawn Date01 July 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60684-2:1997/AMD 1:2003, EN 60684-2:1997, IEC 60684-1:2003, EN ISO 846:1997, EN 60684-2/AMD 1:2003, HD 457 S1:1985, EN 60684-1:2003, IEC 60684-2:1997, ISO 846:1997, ISO 1817:1999, IEC 60757:1983
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS EN 60684-3-271:2011
ReplacesBS EN 60684-3-271:1998, IEC 60684-3-271:1998, BS EN 60684-3-272:1998, IEC 60684-3-272:1998
International RelationshipsEN 60684-3-271:2004,EN 62007-2:2000,IEC 60684-3-271:2004
Draft Superseded By02/202822 DC
DescriptorsThickness, Heat-shrinkable sleeving, Electrical insulating materials, Performance testing, Diameter, Sleeving (electrical), Cable sheaths, Colour, Polymers, Flameproof materials, Flexible materials, Fire-resistant materials, Water-resistant materials, Fluids, Elastomers, Heat-shrinkable materials, Dimensions
ICS29.035.20
Title in FrenchGaines isolantes souples. Specifications pour types particuliers de gaines. Gaines thermoretractables en elastomere, retardees a la flamme, resistant aux fluides, rapport de retreint 2:1
Title in GermanIsolierschlaeuche. Anforderungen fuer einzelne Schlauchtypen. Waermeschrumpfende Elastomerschlaeuche, flammwidrig, fluessigkeitsbestaendig, Schrumpfverhaeltnis 2:1
CommitteeGEL/15/5
ISBN0 580 44585 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages14
File Size309 KB
Price£110.00


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