19/30390201 DC - BS EN 60695-7-2. Fire hazard testing. Part 7-2. Toxicity of fire effluent. Summary and relevance of test methods

19/30390201 DC

BS EN 60695-7-2. Fire hazard testing. Part 7-2. Toxicity of fire effluent. Summary and relevance of test methods

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

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Standard Number19/30390201 DC
TitleBS EN 60695-7-2. Fire hazard testing. Part 7-2. Toxicity of fire effluent. Summary and relevance of test methods
StatusDraft for public comment, Current
Publication Date07 February 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 13943:2017, ISO/TR 16312-2, ISO 13344, ISO 13571, IEC 60695-7-3, ISO/IEC Guide 51, ISO 19706, IEC 60695-1-10, IEC 60695-4, IEC 60695-7-1, IEC Guide 104
Informative References(Provided for Information)DIN 53436-3, ISO 5659-2, ASTM E 1678, AITM 3.0005, IEC 60695-1-12, CEI 20-37/7, IEC 60695-6-2, AITM 2.0008, EN 45545-2, AITM 2.0007, DIN 53436-1, ISO 9705-1, NF C20-454, BS 7990, ISO 16312-1, DIN 53436-2, ABD 00031, ASTM E-662, ISO 19702, IEC 60695-1-11, ISO 19701, ISO/TS 19700, NF X70-100-1:2006, NATO AFAP-3, BS 476-6, EN 70754-1, ISO/TS 19021, EN 50306-1, ISO 19703
International RelationshipsIEC 60695-7-2 Ed.2.0
Draft Expiry Date25 December 2019
DescriptorsElectronic equipment and components, Fire effluents, Fire safety, Electrical components, Toxicity, Combustion products, Ignitability, Safety measures, Flammability, Toxic materials, Electrical equipment, Fire risks, Fire tests
ICS13.220.40
29.020
CommitteeGEL/89
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages40
File Size403 KB
NotesWarning: this draft is not current beyond its expiry date for comments.
Price£20.00


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