BS 6657:2002 - Assessment of inadvertent initiation of bridge wire electro-explosive devices by radio-frequency radiation. Guide

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BS 6657:2002

Assessment of inadvertent initiation of bridge wire electro-explosive devices by radio-frequency radiation. Guide

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : October 2002 Replaced By : PD CLC/TR 50426:2004

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Standard NumberBS 6657:2002
TitleAssessment of inadvertent initiation of bridge wire electro-explosive devices by radio-frequency radiation. Guide
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 October 2002
Confirm Date01 July 2015
Withdrawn Date21 November 2019
Cross ReferencesBS 6656:2002, BS CISPR 16-1:1999
Replaced ByPD CLC/TR 50426:2004
ReplacesBS 6657:1991
Amended ByBS6657:2002 Assessment of inadvertent initiation of bridge wire electro-explosive devices by radio-frequency radiation- Guide
Corrigendum, June 2003
DescriptorsDetonators, Radio waves, Radar transmitters, Electromagnetic radiation, Antennas, Electrically-operated devices, Explosions, Radio-wave hazards, Radiofrequencies, Safety measures, Explosives, Transmitters
ICS13.230
33.060.20
CommitteeEXL/31
ISBN0 580 40351 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages94
File Size2.243 MB
NotesWithdrawn in error 10 August 2005 and has been reinstated.
Price£274.00


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