BS EN 61235:1995 - Live working. Insulating hollow tubes for electrical purposes
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BS EN 61235:1995

Live working. Insulating hollow tubes for electrical purposes

Status : Current   Published : March 1994



Applies to synthetic materials intended for tools to work on equipment at voltage above 1 kV but does not cover special attachments.

Standard NumberBS EN 61235:1995
TitleLive working. Insulating hollow tubes for electrical purposes
Publication Date15 March 1994
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 61235:1995
Amended ByAMD 8959
AMD 13835
Corrigendum, December 2002
DescriptorsElectrical insulation, Humidity, Visual inspection (testing), Fatigue testing, Electric power transmission lines, Bend testing, Torsion testing, Live working, Type testing, Testing conditions, Marking, Length, Crushing tests, Test equipment, Electrical testing, Mechanical testing, Electrical insulation devices, Pipes, Diameter, Inspection, Hollow, Sampling methods, Acceptance (approval)
Title in FrenchTravaux sous tension. Tubes creux isolants pour travaux électriques
Title in GermanArbeiten unter Spannung Isolierte hohle Rohre fuer elektrotechnische Zwecke
ISBN0 580 22964 5
File Size940 KB

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