PD CEN/TS 16611:2016 - Furniture. Assessment of the surface resistance to microscratching

PD CEN/TS 16611:2016

Furniture. Assessment of the surface resistance to microscratching

Status : Current, Project Underway   Published : March 2016

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This Technical Specification specifies a method for the assessment of the surface resistance to microscratching and relates to rigid surfaces of all finished products regardless of materials. Method A is suitable for all types of surface coatings and coverings except for lacquers with pearly or metallic effects. Method B is suitable for all types of surface. It does not apply to finishes on leather and fabrics. The test is intended to be carried out on a part of finished furniture, but can be carried out on test panels of the same material, finished in an identical manner to the finished product, and of a size sufficient to meet the requirements of the test. It is essential that the test shall be carried out on unused surfaces.




Standard NumberPD CEN/TS 16611:2016
TitleFurniture. Assessment of the surface resistance to microscratching
StatusCurrent, Project Underway
Publication Date31 March 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 2813, ISO 12945-2, EN ISO 12945-2, ISO 12947-1, EN ISO 12947-1, EN ISO 2813
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN ISO 3668:2001, ISO 3668:1998
ReplacesPD CEN/TS 16611:2014
International RelationshipsCEN/TS 16611:2016
DescriptorsFurniture, Scratch hardness tests, Finishes, Surfaces, Mechanical testing, Scratch tests
ICS97.140
Title in FrenchAmeublement. Évaluation de la résistance des surfaces aux micro-rayures
Title in GermanMöbel. Bestimmung der Mikrokratzbeständigkeit von Möbeloberflächen
CommitteeFW/0/1
ISBN978 0 580 91179 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages18
File Size1.061 MB
Price£130.00


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