BS ISO 20615:2018 Fibre ropes. Electrostatic surface potential measuring method

BS ISO 20615:2018

Fibre ropes. Electrostatic surface potential measuring method

Status : Current   Published : January 2019



What is this standard about?

This document specifies a method for determining the electrostatic charging propensity of fibre ropes by measuring the surface potential generated by tribocharging.

This document is not intended to be used to evaluate the safety of ropes for use in explosive atmospheres as safety also depends on application conditions.

The test method described in this document is only applicable to fibre ropes of diameter between 12 mm and 20 mm.

The result obtained using this test method is valid only for the charging mechanism and parameters described in the test method. Charging can be different in end-use applications.

Standard NumberBS ISO 20615:2018
TitleFibre ropes. Electrostatic surface potential measuring method
Publication Date21 January 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 630-1, ISO 1968
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC/TR 61340-2-2, ISO 18080-1, JIS L 1094, IEC/TR 61340-1, ISO 18080-2, IEC 61340-2-1, ISO 139, ISO 6330, IEC 61340-2-3
International RelationshipsISO 20615:2018
Draft Superseded By17/30333776 DC
DescriptorsFibre ropes, Approval testing, Abaca, Yarn, Man-made fibre ropes, Marking, Instructions for use, Strands, Sisal, Breaking load, Natural-fibre ropes, Ropes, Strength of materials, Packaging, Hemp, Polyolefin fibres, Polyester fibres, Polyamide fibres, Defects, Inspection
Title in FrenchCordages en fibres. Méthode de mesurage du potentiel électrostatique de surface
ISBN978 0 580 92473 6
File Size1.112 MB

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