DD IEC/PAS 61249-6-3:2011 - Specification for finished fabric woven from “E” glass for printed boards

DD IEC/PAS 61249-6-3:2011

Specification for finished fabric woven from “E” glass for printed boards

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : November 2011



IEC/PAS 61249-6-3:2011(E) covers finished fabrics woven from "E" glass electrical grade glass fiber yarns that are intended as a reinforcing material in laminated plastics for electrical and electronic use. All fabrics covered by this specification are plain weave. This specification determines the nomenclature, definitions, general and chemical requirements for the glass, and physical requirements for finished woven glass fiber fabrics. Appendix II of this specification provides a style designator for each finished fabric glass style, with specifications on yarn, fabric count, thickness and weight in both SI and US system. Fabrics listed in Annex B also categorize fabrics by their current availability status.

Standard NumberDD IEC/PAS 61249-6-3:2011
TitleSpecification for finished fabric woven from “E” glass for printed boards
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date30 November 2011
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ASTM D1776, ISO 9001, NCSL Z 540-1, ASTM D578, IPC-9191, IPC-T-50
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsIEC/PAS 61249-6-3:2011
Draft Superseded By03/107475 DC
DescriptorsGlass fibres, Textile glass, Laminates, Yarn, Printed-circuit bases, Quality assurance, Printed-circuit boards, Terminology, Plastics, Defects, Reinforced materials, Cloth, Dimensions, Woven fabrics, Reinforcing materials, Designations, Electronic equipment and components
ISBN978 0 580 53907 7
File Size529 KB

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