BS ISO 17752:2012 - Corrosion of metals and alloys. Procedures to determine runoff rates of metals from materials as a result of atmospheric corrosion
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BS ISO 17752:2012

Corrosion of metals and alloys. Procedures to determine runoff rates of metals from materials as a result of atmospheric corrosion

Status : Current, Confirmed   Published : July 2012

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Standard NumberBS ISO 17752:2012
TitleCorrosion of metals and alloys. Procedures to determine runoff rates of metals from materials as a result of atmospheric corrosion
StatusCurrent, Confirmed
Publication Date31 July 2012
Confirm Date11 September 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 4226, ISO 4221:1980, ISO 8565, ISO 9226, ISO 9225, ISO 9169, ISO 4543
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsISO 17752:2012
Draft Superseded By11/30204373 DC05/30131477 DC
DescriptorsAlloys, Metals, Samples, Test specimens, Atmospheric corrosion, Corrosion
ICS77.060
Title in FrenchCorrosion des métaux et alliages. Modes opératoires pour déterminer et évaluer le taux d?entraînement par les eaux de ruissellement des métaux présents dans des matériaux soumis à la corrosion atmosphérique
CommitteeISE/NFE/8
ISBN978 0 580 67994 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages20
File Size1.097 MB
Price£134.00


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