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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 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 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.
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 21970 specifies the methods of preparation of test specimens and the standard test methods to be used in determining the properties of thermoplastic polyketone moulding and extrusion materials. Requirements for handling test material and/or conditioning both the test material before moulding and the specimens before testing are given.
Procedures and conditions for the preparation of test specimens in a specified state and procedures for measuring properties of the test materials from which these specimens are made are given. Properties and test methods which are suitable and necessary to characterize polyketone moulding and extrusion materials are listed.
The properties have been selected from the general test methods in, ISO 10350‑1. Other test methods in wide use for or of particular significance to these moulding and extrusion materials are also included in this part of ISO 21970, as are the designatory properties specified in part 1.
In order to obtain reproducible and comparable test results, it is necessary to use the methods of preparation and conditioning, the specimen dimensions and the test procedures specified in this part of ISO 21970. Values determined will not necessarily be identical to those obtained using specimens of different dimensions or prepared using different procedures.
This British Standard specifies requirements for eight classes of petroleum fuels for engines and boilers used in agricultural, domestic and industrial applications.
This British Standard does not preclude lawful use of one class of fuel in an application designed for use with a fuel of another class. However, it is strongly recommended that only class C1 burner fuel is used in flueless domestic appliances, and it is advisable that tests or consultation with the equipment manufacturer are carried out if fuel is to be used for a purpose other than that for which it is classified in this British Standard.
NOTE Annex A, Annex B and Annex C provide information on fuel types and applications, storage and handling, and properties of fuels respectively. Additional information on storage and handling is given in BS 6380.