ISO 18553:2002 Method for the assessment of the degree of pigment or carbon black dispersion in polyolefin pipes, fittings and compounds

Abbreviation
ISO 18553:2002
Amendment
ISO 18553:2002/Amd 1:2007
Valid from
1/03/2002
Replaces
ISO 11420:1996,

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
International Organization for Standardization
Information type
ISO Standard
Format
PDF, Hard copy


Description

This method provides procedures for assessing the degree of dispersion by physical measurement of the size of the dispersed particles and arithmetically grading the particle size distribution.

It also provides photographs for comparison with microscopic images of samples taken from raw-material compound or products in order to judge subjectively the acceptability of carbon black or pigment dispersion

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ISO 18553:2002 Method for the assessment of the degree of pigment or carbon black dispersion in polyolefin pipes, fittings and compounds

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ISO 18553:2002 Method for the assessment of the degree of pigment or carbon black dispersion in polyolefin pipes, fittings and compounds

Description

This method provides procedures for assessing the degree of dispersion by physical measurement of the size of the dispersed particles and arithmetically grading the particle size distribution.

It also provides photographs for comparison with microscopic images of samples taken from raw-material compound or products in order to judge subjectively the acceptability of carbon black or pigment dispersion

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ISO 18553:2002 Method for the assessment of the degree of pigment or carbon black dispersion in polyolefin pipes, fittings and compounds
Description

This method provides procedures for assessing the degree of dispersion by physical measurement of the size of the dispersed particles and arithmetically grading the particle size distribution.

It also provides photographs for comparison with microscopic images of samples taken from raw-material compound or products in order to judge subjectively the acceptability of carbon black or pigment dispersion

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ISO 18553:2002 Method for the assessment of the degree of pigment or carbon black dispersion in polyolefin pipes, fittings and compounds

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