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ISO/TR 10837:1991 Determination of the thermal stability of polyethylene (PE) for use in gas pipes and fittings

Abbreviation
ISO/TR 10837:1991
Valid from
11/07/1991

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Standards New Zealand
Author
International Organization for Standardization
Information type
ISO Standard
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Description

This standard specifies a method of measuring the oxidative thermal stability in oxygen at typical processing and welding temperatures. The thermal stability measured by this method depends on mass and size of the test specimen used.

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ISO/TR 10837:1991 Determination of the thermal stability of polyethylene (PE) for use in gas pipes and fittings

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ISO/TR 10837:1991 Determination of the thermal stability of polyethylene (PE) for use in gas pipes and fittings

Description

This standard specifies a method of measuring the oxidative thermal stability in oxygen at typical processing and welding temperatures. The thermal stability measured by this method depends on mass and size of the test specimen used.

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ISO/TR 10837:1991 Determination of the thermal stability of polyethylene (PE) for use in gas pipes and fittings
Description

This standard specifies a method of measuring the oxidative thermal stability in oxygen at typical processing and welding temperatures. The thermal stability measured by this method depends on mass and size of the test specimen used.

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ISO/TR 10837:1991 Determination of the thermal stability of polyethylene (PE) for use in gas pipes and fittings

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