BS 4N 100-6:1999+A1:2018 Aircraft oxygen systems and equipment. Guidance and recommendations on the selection of materials for use with oxygen

BS 4N 100-6:1999+A1:2018

Aircraft oxygen systems and equipment. Guidance and recommendations on the selection of materials for use with oxygen

Status : Current   Published : October 1999

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What is this standard about?

This part of BS 4N 100 provides guidance and recommendations on the selection of materials for use with oxygen to minimize the risk of ignition and combustion. The guidance and recommendations may be used equally well in non-aerospace applications.




Standard NumberBS 4N 100-6:1999+A1:2018
TitleAircraft oxygen systems and equipment. Guidance and recommendations on the selection of materials for use with oxygen
StatusCurrent
Publication Date15 October 1999
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)BS 5N 100-2
Informative References(Provided for Information)ASTM STP 1040, ASTM STP 986, BS 5N 100-5, ASTM STP 1267, ASTM STP 1319, ASTM STP 910, ASTM STP 812, ASTM STP 1197, ASTM STP 1111
ReplacesBS 3N 100:1985
Amended ByAmendment, December 2018
Draft Superseded By18/30377867 DC
DescriptorsUnalloyed steels, Fire safety, Nickel alloys, Alloy steels, Aluminium alloys, Non-metals, Breathing apparatus, Air transport engineering, Oxygen masks, Oxygen, Stainless steels, Metals, Bibliography, Flammability, Aluminium, Combustion, Steels, Fire-resistant materials, Ignition, Aircraft components, Copper alloys, Copper, Aluminium bronzes, Selection, Nickel
ICS49.090
CommitteeACE/1
ISBN978 0 539 01060 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages12
File Size288 KB
Price£110.00


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