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VA 22 07 11 - PLUMBING INSULATION Organization: VA
Date: 2011-05-01
Description: Field applied insulation for thermal efficiency and condensation control for 1. Plumbing piping and equipment.
VA 23 07 11 - HVAC AND BOILER PLANT INSULATION Organization: VA
Date: 2011-05-01
Description: // //3. Re-insulation of HVAC piping, ductwork and equipment, plumbing piping and equipment and boiler plant piping, breeching and stacks and equipment after asbestos abatement.
NPFC - MIL-DTL-24688 - INSULATION, THERMAL AND ACOUSTIC ABSORPTIVE, CELLULAR POLYIMIDE FOAM Organization: NPFC
Date: 2011-12-06
Description: This specification also covers preformed thermal pipe insulation for use on piping operating at temperatures up to 600 °F in shipboard applications
ASTM C921 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR DETERMINING THE PROPERTIES OF JACKETING MATERIALS FOR THERMAL INSULATION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2010-05-01
Description: This practice covers jackets applied over thermal insulation on piping and equipment, including materials applied solely for physical protection, and materials applied as vapor retarders.
DS/EN 1366-5 - FIRE RESISTANCE TESTS FOR SERVICE INSTALLATIONS - PART 5: SERVICE DUCTS AND SHAFTS Organization: DS
Date: 2010-04-21
Description: This test is unsuitable for evaluating service ducts with internal barriers at walls and floors. Whilst the walls of service ducts or shafts tested to this method may provide specified levels of integrity or insulation, testing to this European Standard does not replace the testing of the functional endurance of small electrical cables which is covered in EN 50200.
NBN - EN 1366-5 - FIRE RESISTANCE TESTS FOR SERVICE INSTALLATIONS - PART 5: SERVICE DUCTS AND SHAFTS Organization: NBN
Date: 2010-04-16
Description: This test is unsuitable for evaluating service ducts with internal barriers at walls and floors.Whilst the walls of service ducts or shafts tested to this method may provide specified levels of integrity or insulation, testing to this European Standard does not replace the testing of the functional endurance of small electrical cables which is covered in EN 50200.
NBN - EN 1366-5 - ESSAIS DE RÉSISTANCE AU FEU DES INSTALLATIONS DE SERVICE - PARTIE 5: GAINES POUR INSTALLATION TECHNIQUE Organization: NBN
Date: 2010-04-16
Description: This test is unsuitable for evaluating service ducts with internal barriers at walls and floors.Whilst the walls of service ducts or shafts tested to this method may provide specified levels of integrity or insulation, testing to this European Standard does not replace the testing of the functional endurance of small electrical cables which is covered in EN 50200.
NBN - EN 1366-5 - FIRE RESISTANCE TESTS FOR SERVICE INSTALLATIONS - PART 5: SERVICE DUCTS AND SHAFTS Organization: NBN
Date: 2010-04-16
Description: This test is unsuitable for evaluating service ducts with internal barriers at walls and floors.Whilst the walls of service ducts or shafts tested to this method may provide specified levels of integrity or insulation, testing to this European Standard does not replace the testing of the functional endurance of small electrical cables which is covered in EN 50200.
CEN - EN 1366-5 - FIRE RESISTANCE TESTS FOR SERVICE INSTALLATIONS - PART 5: SERVICE DUCTS AND SHAFTS Organization: CEN
Date: 2010-03-01
Description: This test is unsuitable for evaluating service ducts with internal barriers at walls and floors. Whilst the walls of service ducts or shafts tested to this method may provide specified levels of integrity or insulation, testing to this European Standard does not replace the testing of the functional endurance of small electrical cables which is covered in EN 50200.
ASTM C976 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF BUILDING ASSEMBLIES BY MEANS OF A CALIBRATED HOT BOX Organization: ASTM
Date: 1990-01-10
Description: The calibrated hot box method may also be used to investigate the effect of structural members, piping, electrical outlets, or construction defects, such as insulation voids, on the performance of a building section.

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