BS EN 16472:2014 - Plastics. Method for artificial accelerated photoageing using medium pressure mercury vapour lamps

BS EN 16472:2014

Plastics. Method for artificial accelerated photoageing using medium pressure mercury vapour lamps

Status : Current, Confirmed   Published : May 2014

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This European Standard specifies a method for carrying out artificial accelerated photoageing of test specimens by exposing them to medium pressure filtered mercury vapour lamp as light source, under controlled temperature conditions.




Standard NumberBS EN 16472:2014
TitlePlastics. Method for artificial accelerated photoageing using medium pressure mercury vapour lamps
StatusCurrent, Confirmed
Publication Date31 May 2014
Confirm Date27 May 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN ISO 4892-1:2000, ISO 10640, ISO 4892-1:1999, ISO 9370:2017, ISO 4582
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO/TR 19032
International RelationshipsEN 16472:2014
Draft Superseded By12/30266179 DC
DescriptorsArtificial weathering tests, Accelerated testing, Laboratory testing, Storage, Weathering, Wavelengths, Temperature, Colorimetric characteristics, Precision, Light, Illuminance, Plastics and rubber technology, Specimen preparation, Humidity, Irradiation, Reports, Plastics, Polymers, Optical properties of materials, Test specimens, Environmental testing, Artificial ageing tests, Electromagnetic radiation, Ultraviolet radiation
ICS83.080.01
Title in FrenchPlastiques. Méthode de photovieillissement artificiel accéléré utilisant des lampes à vapeur de mercure à moyenne pression
Title in GermanKunststoffe. Verfahren zur künstlich beschleunigten Alterung bei Verwendung von Quecksilberdampflampen
CommitteePRI/21
ISBN978 0 580 79506 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages20
File Size1.149 MB
Price£130.00


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