BS EN 61039:2008 - Classification of insulating liquids

BS EN 61039:2008

Classification of insulating liquids

Status : Current   Published : March 2009



IEC 61039:2008 establishes the detailed classification of the N family (insulating liquids) that belongs to class L (lubricants, industrial oils and related products) in accordance with ISO 8681 and ISO 6743-99, affecting product categories that include products derived from petroleum processing, synthetic chemical products and synthetic and natural esters. The main change with regard to the previous edition concerns the updating of the classification of insulating liquids, taking into account the largest number possible of substances that have, or may have, possible application in electrical components.

Standard NumberBS EN 61039:2008
TitleClassification of insulating liquids
Publication Date31 March 2009
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)OECD 301:1992, EN 60296:2004, ISO 2592:2000, ASTM D240-02, IEC 60296:2003, IEC 60836:2005, ISO 6743-99:2002, IEC/TS 60076-14:2004, EN 60836:2005, EN ISO 2592:2001, EN 60296:2004/Corrigendum:2004, EN 60867:1994, IEC 60465:1988, ISO 1928:1995, EN 61099:1992, EN 60465:1990, IEC 61099:1992, ISO 8681:1986, IEC 60963:1988, HD 582 S1:1991, IEC 60867:1993
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 2719:2002, IEC 61100:1992
International RelationshipsEN 61039:2008,IEC 61039:2008
Draft Superseded By06/30157625 DC
DescriptorsElectrical insulating materials, Designations, Insulating oils, Liquid electrical insulating materials, Lubricating oils, Classification systems, Lubricants, Mineral oils, Petroleum products
Title in FrenchClassification des liquides isolants
Title in GermanKlassifizierung der Isolierflüssigkeiten
ISBN978 0 580 57840 3
File Size938 KB

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