BS EN ISO 13927:2003 - Plastics. Simple heat release test using a conical radiant heater and a thermopile detector

BS EN ISO 13927:2003

Plastics. Simple heat release test using a conical radiant heater and a thermopile detector

Status : Revised, Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : June 2001 Replaced By : BS EN ISO 13927:2015

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Standard NumberBS EN ISO 13927:2003
TitlePlastics. Simple heat release test using a conical radiant heater and a thermopile detector
StatusRevised, Superseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date15 June 2001
Withdrawn Date30 April 2015
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 13927:2015
International RelationshipsISO 13927:2001,EN ISO 13927:2003
Amended ByAmd 14411 (to BS EN ISO 13927:2003)
AMD 14507
Amendment, May 2003
DescriptorsHeat transfer, Plastics and rubber technology, Thermal transmittance, Radiative heat transfer, Conical shape, Plastics, Thermopiles, Thermal measurement, Radiant heaters, Ignition, Thermal properties of materials
ICS83.080.01
Title in FrenchPlastiques. Essai simple pour la determination du debit calorifique au moyen d'un radiateur conique et d'une sonde a thermopile
Title in GermanKunststoffe. Einfache Waermeentwicklungspruefung bei Anwendung eines kegelfoermigen Strahlungsheizkoerpers und eines Thermosaeulen-Detektors
CommitteePRI/26
ISBN0 580 37627 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages30
File Size655 KB
Price£182.00


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