International Standards and Conformity Assessment for all electrical, electronic and related technologies

TC 89

Fire hazard testing

 

Detail

Committee
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Current

Status

Frcst Pub

Date

Stability

Date

TC 89WG 11 Mr. FordhamDELPUB1998-08 

History

Stage
Document
Downloads
Decision Date
Target Date
PNW
89(FR)/4/NP  
1993-10-15 
ANW
89(SEC.)/106/RVN  
1994-02-11 
1CD
89/133/CD  
1995-04-281995-06
A2CD
89/152/CC  
1995-12-081995-11
A2CD
89/152A/CC  
1995-12-081995-11
2CD
89/189/CD  
1996-04-051996-08
CCDV
89/240/CDV  
1997-02-28 
APUB
89/277/RVC PDF file 13 kB
1998-01-161998-10
DECPUB
1998-12-031998-03
BPUB
1998-12-211999-01
RFDIS
1999-01-06 
DECFDIS
1999-01-12 
PPUB
1999-04-161999-02
DELPUB
2013-02-22 
  

Abstract

Applicable to flat, solid non-metallic specimens of materials used in electrotechnical products. This method is not applicable to the testing of non-flat products such as insulated wires and cables, as it is not possible to obtain a satisfactory distribution of heat flux with such products. May not be applicable for materials which melt and flow away from the direct impingement of heat flux and do not give a smoke emission, which is representative of current knowledge from real fire situations. The purpose of this method is to determine, under specific experimental conditions, the optical density of smoke produced by materials exposed vertically to a radiant heat source with or without the application of a pilot flame in a closed chamber (i.e. without air-change). Has the status of a basic safety publication in accordance with IEC Guide 104.

Project

IEC TS 60695-6-31:1999 ED1

Fire hazard testing - Part 6-31: Smoke obscuration - Small-scale static test - Materials

 

 

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