BS EN ISO 14460:1999 - Protective clothing for automobile racing drivers. Protection against heat and flame. Performance requirements and test methods

BS EN ISO 14460:1999

Protective clothing for automobile racing drivers. Protection against heat and flame. Performance requirements and test methods

Status : Current, Under review   Published : July 1999
Conformity to regulation : Designated

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Standard NumberBS EN ISO 14460:1999
TitleProtective clothing for automobile racing drivers. Protection against heat and flame. Performance requirements and test methods
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date15 July 1999
Conformity to regulationDesignated
Confirm Date15 March 2016
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
International RelationshipsEN ISO 14460:1999,EN ISO 14460:1999/AC:1999,ISO 14460:1999
Amended ByAmd 13736 (Corr to BS EN ISO 14460:1999)
AMD 10675
Corrigendum, October 2002
DescriptorsOuterwear, Heat-resistant materials, Sports clothing, Samples, Flammability, Protective clothing, Performance testing, Clothing, Socks, Design, Gloves, Heat protection, Thermal protection, Ignitability, Protective gloves, Fire resistance, Drivers (vehicles), Thermal testing, Underwear, Marking, Flameproof materials, Fire tests
ICS13.340.10
97.220.40
Title in FrenchVetements de protection pour pilotes automobiles. Protection contre la chaleur et le feu. Exigences de performance et methodes d'essai
Title in GermanSchutzkleidung fuer Autofahrer. Schutz gegen Hitze und Flammen. Leistungsanforderungen und Pruefverfahren
CommitteePH/3/2
ISBN0 580 32724 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages16
File Size1.143 MB
Price£134.00


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