BS EN ISO 2592:2017 - Petroleum and related products. Determination of flash and fire points. Cleveland open cup method

BS EN ISO 2592:2017

Petroleum and related products. Determination of flash and fire points. Cleveland open cup method

Status : Current   Published : October 2017

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Standard NumberBS EN ISO 2592:2017
TitlePetroleum and related products. Determination of flash and fire points. Cleveland open cup method
StatusCurrent
Publication Date17 October 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 3170:2004, ISO 3171:1988
Informative References(Provided for Information)ASTM E1137/E1137M - 08(2014), ISO 9038:2013, ISO GUIDE 34:2000, ISO Guide 35:2017, ASTM D92 - 16B, IEC 60751:2008, ISO GUIDE 33:2000, ISO 4259:2006, ISO/TR 29662:2009, ISO 2719:2016, ASTM E2251 - 14, CEN/TR 15138:2005
International RelationshipsEN ISO 2592:2017,ISO 2592:2017
Draft Superseded By16/30325304 DC
DescriptorsFlash point determination, Cleveland open-cup apparatus, Fire point (temperature), Chemical analysis and testing, Petroleum products
ICS75.080
Title in FrenchPétrole et produits connexes. Détermination des points d'éclair et de feu. Méthode Cleveland à vase ouvert
Title in GermanMineralölerzeugnisse und verwandte Produkte. Bestimmung des Flamm- und Brennpunktes. Verfahren mit offenem Tiegel nach Cleveland
CommitteePTI/13
ISBN978 0 580 90559 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages26
File Size824 KB
Price£182.00


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