ISO 4892-3:2006 Plastics - Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources Part 3: Fluorescent UV lamps

Abbreviation
ISO 4892-3:2006
Valid from
16/02/2006

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


Description

ISO 4892-3:2006 specifies methods for exposing specimens to fluorescent UV radiation and water in apparatus to designed reproduce the weathering effects that occur when materials are exposed in actual end-use environments to daylight, or to daylight through window glass.

The specimens are exposed to fluorescent UV lamps under controlled environmental conditions (temperature, humidity and/or water). Different types of fluorescent UV lamp may be used to meet all the requirements for testing different materials.

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ISO 4892-3:2006 Plastics - Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources Part 3: Fluorescent UV lamps

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ISO 4892-3:2006 Plastics - Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources Part 3: Fluorescent UV lamps

Description

ISO 4892-3:2006 specifies methods for exposing specimens to fluorescent UV radiation and water in apparatus to designed reproduce the weathering effects that occur when materials are exposed in actual end-use environments to daylight, or to daylight through window glass.

The specimens are exposed to fluorescent UV lamps under controlled environmental conditions (temperature, humidity and/or water). Different types of fluorescent UV lamp may be used to meet all the requirements for testing different materials.

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ISO 4892-3:2006 Plastics - Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources Part 3: Fluorescent UV lamps
Description

ISO 4892-3:2006 specifies methods for exposing specimens to fluorescent UV radiation and water in apparatus to designed reproduce the weathering effects that occur when materials are exposed in actual end-use environments to daylight, or to daylight through window glass.

The specimens are exposed to fluorescent UV lamps under controlled environmental conditions (temperature, humidity and/or water). Different types of fluorescent UV lamp may be used to meet all the requirements for testing different materials.

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ISO 4892-3:2006 Plastics - Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources Part 3: Fluorescent UV lamps

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