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This part of ISO 15029 specifies a method by which the fire hazards of pressurized sprays of fire-resistant fluids can be compared. Two sizes of propane flame are used to ignite and stabilize combustion of an air-atomised release of fluid. Measurements related to the rate of heat release, length of flame and density of smoke are taken to give quantitative information on the fire behaviour of the fluid.
This part of ISO 15630 specifies test methods applicable to prestressing steel (bar, wire or strand) for concrete.
This part of ISO 15630 specifies test methods applicable to reinforcing bars, wire rod and wire for concrete.
This part of ISO 15630 specifies test methods applicable to welded fabric and lattice girder for the reinforcement of concrete.
NOTE In some countries, the expression “welded wire reinforcement” is used in place of “welded (wire) fabric”.
For those tests not specified in this part of ISO 15630 (e.g. bend test, rib/indentation geometry, mass per metre), ISO 15630‑1 is applicable.
This international standard specifies accelerated life test method of mixed metal oxide anodes for impressed current cathodic protection used in concrete. The accelerated life test results can be used to compare the durability of the anodes and to evaluate whether the anodes can comply with required specifications of design life expectancy at rated current output.
This standard may also be applied to other anode systems that are to be used as impressed current anodes embedded in concrete with suitably modified apparatus to hold anodes of different geometry.
This international standard specifies accelerated life test method of mixed metal oxide anodes for impressed current cathodic protection used in soil or natural waters. The accelerated life test results can be used to compare the durability of the anodes and to evaluate whether the anodes can comply with required specifications of design life expectancy at rated current output.
This International Standard specifies a method for the determination of phosphorus, vanadium, titanium, copper, nickel, chromium, barium and cobalt in iron ores, by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-AES).
This method is applicable to the concentration ranges (mass fraction) given in Table 1, in natural iron ores, iron ore concentrates and .agglomerates, including sinter products.
This International Standard specifies the definition and requirements of non-parallel steel wire and cords for tyre reinforcement.
This International Standard specifies a general method for determining the average molecular mass and molecular mass distribution of polymers (see Reference) from 2 000 g ⋅ mol−1 to 20 000 g ⋅ mol−1 by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF-MS).
The average molecular masses and molecular mass distributions are calculated from a calibration curve constructed using synthetic-polymer and/or biopolymer standards. This method is therefore classified as a relative method.
The method is not applicable to polyolefins or to polymers with a polydispersity > 1,2.
This part of ISO 15835 specifies rules for the certification and for the self-evaluation of couplers to be used for the splicing of steel reinforcing bars.
It includes requirements for the control of the production process of the couplers and for the verification of their conformity in the form of mechanical splices.
This International Standard gives design, construction, type and production testing, and marking requirements for non-insulated cryogenic flexible hoses used for the transfer of cryogenic fluids within the following range of operating conditions:
— working temperature: from − 270 °C to + 65 °C;
— nominal size (DN): from 10 to 100.
End fittings for mounting of any couplings are within the scope of this International Standard, but the couplings are subject to other standards.
It is intended that the hose be designed and tested to satisfy the generally accepted rated pressure i.e. at least PR 40. Hoses may be then selected with a PR equal to or greater than the maximum allowable pressure (PS) of the equipment to which it is to be used.
This document gives specifications for natural rubber latex concentrate types which are preserved wholly or in part with ammonia and which have been produced by centrifuging or creaming.
This International Standard specifies a method to determine the fineness of iron ores in terms of specific surface area, using the manual Blaine air-permeability apparatus.
This International Standard is applicable to pellet feeds in the range of 400 cm2/g to 2500 cm2/g of specific surface area.
NOTE Automated test methods may be used provided that preliminary test results give similar results to manual method within the repeatability r (8.2).
This document specifies procedures for the measurement of the extreme-pressure (EP) and antiwear properties of liquid lubricants (categories C, D, F, G, H, M, P of ISO 6743‑99), lubricating greases (ISO 6743‑9, category X) and other consistent lubricants. The testing conditions are those that apply in Europe and other areas that have similar electrical supply characteristics (200 V to 250 V, 50 Hz). The test conditions are not intended to simulate particular service conditions, but to provide information over a range of standard conditions for the purpose of research, development, quality control and fluid ranking. The output is used in lubricant specifications.
NOTE Application of this test using electrical supply characteristics other than those noted in the Scope is possible when it is ensured that a corresponding power supply, transformer or regulator is used such that voltages and frequencies are converted inside the apparatus to ensure compliance with the conditions of the Scope during actual testing.
High temperatures can potentially evolve during testing; therefore, it is necessary to take special precautions to avoid boiling when water-containing products are being tested. If a suitable temperature control is not possible, water-containing fluids shall not be tested using this test method.
This International Standard consists of three parts laying down the technical designation and dimensions of tyres and rims for earth-movers; it also gives load tables for these tyres.
This part of ISO 4250 gives working definitions of masses and load cycles, and specifies tyre loads and reference inflation pressures for narrow- and wide-base tyres primarily intended for earth-mover machines.
This part of ISO 12460 is based on the general principles and methods of ASTM D 6007. This test method measures the formaldehyde concentrations in air from wood products under defined test conditions of temperature and relative humidity. Results obtained from this small-scale chamber test method are often used for quality assurance and can be comparable to, or can provide useful correlations to, results obtained from testing larger product samples in larger chamber test methods for wood products such as the 1 m3 chamber method specified in ISO 12460-1.
This document specifies methods of handling and securing series 1 freight containers built and tested to comply with the latest editions of ISO 1496-1 to ISO 1496-5.
Methods of handling and securing are described for both loaded and empty containers. The conditions for lifting different types of loaded and empty containers are laid down in Clause 6.