19/30380316 DC - BS ISO 23671. Passenger car tyres. Method for measuring relative wet grip performance. Loaded new tyres

19/30380316 DC

BS ISO 23671. Passenger car tyres. Method for measuring relative wet grip performance. Loaded new tyres

Status : Draft for public comment, Current   Published : September 2019

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This International Standard specifies the method for measuring relative wet grip braking performance index to a reference under loaded conditions for new tyres for use on passenger cars on a wet-paved surface.

The methods developed are meant to reduce variability. The use of a reference tyre is necessary to limit the variability of the testing procedures.

This International Standard applies to all passenger car tyres except for:

  • Special tyres

  • tyres fitted with additional devices to improve traction properties (e.g. studded tyres).




Standard Number19/30380316 DC
TitleBS ISO 23671. Passenger car tyres. Method for measuring relative wet grip performance. Loaded new tyres
StatusDraft for public comment, Current
Publication Date18 September 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ASTM E965-15, ASTM F2493, ISO 4000-1, ISO 4223-1, EN 13036-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 10844, ISO 8855, CEN 12645:2014
International RelationshipsISO/DIS 23671
Draft Expiry Date11 November 2019
DescriptorsFriction tests, Performance testing, Tyres, Wheels, Braking tests, Road holding, Passenger road vehicles, Road vehicles, Road vehicle components
ICS83.160.10
Title in FrenchPneumatiques pour voitures particulières — Méthode de mesure de l'adhérence relative sur revêtement mouillé — Pneumatiques neufs en charge
CommitteeAUE/4
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages26
File Size465 KB
NotesWarning: this draft is not current beyond its expiry date for comments.
Price£20.00


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