20/30383522 DC - BS ISO 19721. Plastics. Abrasion test method for artificial turfs using combined UV exposure and mechanical wear

20/30383522 DC

BS ISO 19721. Plastics. Abrasion test method for artificial turfs using combined UV exposure and mechanical wear

Status : Current, Draft for public comment   Published : May 2020

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This document specifies an abrasion test method for accelerated testing of artificial turfs for use in sport facilities. Combined exposure to simulated solar UV radiation and mechanical wear in simultaneous or sequential modes is the method used and the details of radiation, temperature and moisture exposure as well as to mechanical abrasion using soccer shoe studs on rotating drum assembly is presented.




Standard Number20/30383522 DC
TitleBS ISO 19721. Plastics. Abrasion test method for artificial turfs using combined UV exposure and mechanical wear
StatusCurrent, Draft for public comment
Publication Date01 May 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 4892-1, ISO 4892-2, DIN 75220, ISO 4892-3, EN 15306
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 13036-4
International RelationshipsISO/DIS 19721
Draft Expiry Date24 June 2020
DescriptorsMechanical properties of fluids, Rheological properties, Fluids, Mathematical calculations, Physical property measurement, Test equipment, Testing conditions, Shear stress, Viscosity measurement, Plastics and rubber technology, Viscosity, Plastics
ICS83.080.01
Title in FrenchPlastiques — Méthode d'essai d'abrasion pour gazons artificiels combinant exposition UV et usure mécanique
CommitteePRI/21
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages25
File Size1.302 MB
NotesWarning: this draft is not current beyond its expiry date for comments.
Price£20.00


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