BS ISO 11424:2017 - Rubber hoses and tubing for air and vacuum systems for internal-combustion engines. Specification

BS ISO 11424:2017

Rubber hoses and tubing for air and vacuum systems for internal-combustion engines. Specification

Status : Current   Published : March 2017

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Standard NumberBS ISO 11424:2017
TitleRubber hoses and tubing for air and vacuum systems for internal-combustion engines. Specification
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 March 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 4671, ISO 7326, ISO 8033, ISO 7233:2016, ISO 48, ISO 1629, ISO 188, ISO 3302-1, ISO 1817:2015, ISO 19013-1:2005, ISO 10619-2:2011, ISO 815-1:2014, ISO 10619-1:2011, ISO 1402, ISO 8330, ISO 37:2011
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 8331
ReplacesBS ISO 11424:1996
International RelationshipsISO 11424:2017
Draft Superseded By15/30317651 DC
DescriptorsHardness, Pressure, Internal combustion engines, Vulcanized rubber, Diameter, Test specimens, Flexibility, Low temperatures, Heating tests, Dimensional tolerances, Adhesive strength, Compression set, Chemical-resistant materials, Vacuum engineering, Elongation at fracture, Suction hoses, Chemical-resistance tests, Mechanical properties of materials, Dimensional changes, Covers, Tensile strength, Temperature, Heat ageing tests, Pipes, Dimensions, Environment (working), Air, Extraction methods of analysis, Flexible pipes, Marking, Grades (quality), Ozone, Thermal testing
ICS27.020
83.140.30
83.140.40
Title in FrenchTuyaux et tubes en caoutchouc pour systèmes d’aération et à vide des moteurs à combustion interne. Spécifications
CommitteePRI/66
ISBN978 0 580 89077 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages22
File Size492 KB
Price£130.00


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