BS ISO 5893:2019 - Rubber and plastics test equipment. Tensile, flexural and compression types (constant rate of traverse). Specification

BS ISO 5893:2019

Rubber and plastics test equipment. Tensile, flexural and compression types (constant rate of traverse). Specification

Status : Withdrawn   Published : July 2019

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This document specifies requirements for tensile-testing systems operating at constant rate of traverse and suitable for testing rubbers, plastics and adhesives, although any one system might only be applicable to a narrower range of materials. It also covers such systems when used for flexural, shear and compression tests.




Standard NumberBS ISO 5893:2019
TitleRubber and plastics test equipment. Tensile, flexural and compression types (constant rate of traverse). Specification
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date26 July 2019
Withdrawn Date25 September 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 7500-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsISO 5893:2019
Draft Superseded By19/30388632 DC
DescriptorsBend testing, Mechanical testing, Shear testing, Natural rubber, Adhesives, Polymers, Compression testing, Test equipment, Synthetic rubber, Tensile testing, Plastics
ICS83.200
Title in FrenchAppareils d'essai du caoutchouc et des plastiques. Types pour traction, flexion et compression (vitesse de translation constante). Spécifications
CommitteePRI/22
ISBN978 0 539 03319 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages14
File Size1.015 MB
Price£110.00


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