AS 2001.7.20-1983 Methods of test for textiles Part 7.20: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of inorganic based, man-made fibres and certain fibres (method based on ignition at 625 degrees Celsius)

Abbreviation
AS 2001.7.20-1983
Valid from
7/03/1983

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Author
Standard Australia
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Australian Standard
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This standard sets out a method for the quantitative analysis of binary mixtures of inorganic based, man-made fibres and certain fibres by ignition at 625C.

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AS/NZS 4859.1:2002 cites this standard with reference to the material properties of textiles used for thermal insulation.

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AS/NZS 4859.1:2002 cites this standard with reference to the material properties of textiles used for thermal insulation.

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AS 2001.7.20-1983 Methods of test for textiles Part 7.20: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of inorganic based, man-made fibres and certain fibres (method based on ignition at 625 degrees Celsius)

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AS 2001.7.20-1983 Methods of test for textiles Part 7.20: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of inorganic based, man-made fibres and certain fibres (method based on ignition at 625 degrees Celsius)

Description

This standard sets out a method for the quantitative analysis of binary mixtures of inorganic based, man-made fibres and certain fibres by ignition at 625C.

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AS 2001.7.20-1983 Methods of test for textiles Part 7.20: Quantitative analysis of fibre mixtures - Binary mixtures of inorganic based, man-made fibres and certain fibres (method based on ignition at 625 degrees Celsius)

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