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ISO 5660-1:2002 Reaction-to-fire tests - Heat release, smoke production and mass loss rate - Heat release rate (cone calorimeter method)

Abbreviation
ISO 5660-1:2002
Valid from
06/12/2002

Information provider
International Organisation for Standardization
Author
International Organization for Standardization
Information type
ISO Standard
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ISO 5660-1:2002 specifies a method for assessing the heat release rate of a specimen exposed in the horizontal orientation to controlled levels of irradiance with an external igniter. The heat release rate is determined by measurement of the oxygen consumption derived from the oxygen concentration and the flow rate in the combustion product stream. The time to ignition (sustained flaming) is also measured in this test.

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ISO 5660-1:2002 Reaction-to-fire tests - Heat release, smoke production and mass loss rate - Heat release rate (cone calorimeter method)

Description

ISO 5660-1:2002 specifies a method for assessing the heat release rate of a specimen exposed in the horizontal orientation to controlled levels of irradiance with an external igniter. The heat release rate is determined by measurement of the oxygen consumption derived from the oxygen concentration and the flow rate in the combustion product stream. The time to ignition (sustained flaming) is also measured in this test.

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ISO 5660-1:2002 Reaction-to-fire tests - Heat release, smoke production and mass loss rate - Heat release rate (cone calorimeter method)
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ISO 5660-1:2002 specifies a method for assessing the heat release rate of a specimen exposed in the horizontal orientation to controlled levels of irradiance with an external igniter. The heat release rate is determined by measurement of the oxygen consumption derived from the oxygen concentration and the flow rate in the combustion product stream. The time to ignition (sustained flaming) is also measured in this test.

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