BS EN IEC 60086-6:2020 - Primary batteries. Guidance on environmental aspects

BS EN IEC 60086-6:2020

Primary batteries. Guidance on environmental aspects

Status : Current   Published : April 2020



IEC 60086-6:2020 applies to all chemistries of portable primary cells and batteries standardized in the 60086 series. The purpose of this document is to provide guidance on the proper scientific protocols for testing the environmental performance of batteries; the symbols used to convey messages for collection, recycling, or other ideas; and the aspects and functional unit(s) to be included in assessing the environmental impact of batteries with modern life-cycle analysis techniques

Standard NumberBS EN IEC 60086-6:2020
TitlePrimary batteries. Guidance on environmental aspects
Publication Date09 April 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 60086-1:2015, IEC 60086-1:2015, EPA SW-846, ASTM D 3278-78, ASTM D 93-79, ASTM D 93-80
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 62321 (all parts), EN 62321, IEC Guide109:2012 ED3, ISO 14040:2006, ISO Guide 64:2008, IEC 62321-4:2013, EN 62321-5:2014, IEC 62321-5:2013, EN ISO 14040:2006, EN 62321-4:2014
International RelationshipsEN IEC 60086-6:2020,IEC 60086-6:2020
Draft Superseded By17/30352715 DC
DescriptorsElectric terminals, Electrical testing, Performance, Storage, Performance testing, Electric connectors, Electrochemical devices, Interchangeability, Designations, Electrical safety, Dimensions, Electrochemistry, Marking, Environmental cleanliness, Primary batteries, Electric cells, Electrical measurement
Title in FrenchPiles électriques Recommandation sur les aspects liés à l'environnement
Title in GermanPrimärbatterien Leitfaden zu Umweltaspekten
ISBN978 0 580 96679 8
File Size1.512 MB

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