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New Ignitability And Burning Behavior Of Materials And Products Standards for the 3rd Quarter 2014

Kyle Bach

Document Center Inc. is pleased to announce that the following New Standards on  Ignitability And Burning Behavior Of Materials And Products are now available:


  • ASTM D4391, 1993a Edition Reaffirmed in 2014 with an Editorial Correction, Standard Terminology Relating to The Burning Behavior of Textiles
  • ASTM E662, 2014 Edition, Standard Test Method for Specific Optical Density of Smoke Generated by Solid Materials
  • ASTM E1725, 2014 Edition, Standard Test Methods for Fire Tests of Fire-Resistive Barrier Systems for Electrical System Components
  • ASTM E2336, 2014 Edition, Standard Test Methods for Fire Resistive Grease Duct Enclosure Systems
  • BS EN 60695-2-11, 2014 Edition, Fire hazard testing. Glowing/hot-wire based test methods. Glow-wire flammability test method for end-products (GWEPT)
  • BS EN 60695-2-12, 2010 Edition with Amendment 1, Fire hazard testing. Glowing/hot-wire based test methods. Glow-wire flammability index (GWFI) test method for materials
  • BS EN 60695-2-13, 2010 Edition with Amendment 1, Fire hazard testing. Glowing/hot-wire based test methods. Glow-wire ignition temperature (GWIT) test method for materials
  • BS EN ISO 8030, 2014 Edition, Rubber and plastics hoses. Method of test for flammability
  • BS ISO 14934-4, 2014 Edition, Fire tests. Calibration and use of heat flux meters. Guidance on the use of heat flux meters in fire tests
  • DIN EN 71-2, 2014 Edition, Safety of toys – Part 2: Flammability
  • IEC 60695-11-10, Corrigendum 1 for Edition 2.0, Fire hazard testing – Part 11-10: Test flames – 50 W horizontal and vertical flame test methods
  • ISO 8030, 3rd Edition, Rubber and plastics hoses – Method of test for flammability
  • ISO 14934-4, 1st Edition, Fire tests – Calibration and use of heat flux meters – Part 4: Guidance on the use of heat flux meters in fire tests



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