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BIS - IS 15194 - PITCH-MASTIC FLOORING FOR INDUSTRIES HANDLING HEAVY HYDROCARBON PRODUCTS LIKE KEROSENE, DIESEL AND FURNACE OIL - Organization: BIS
Date: 2002-01-01
BIS - IS 13026 - BITUMEN MASTIC FOR FLOORING FOR INDUSTRIES HANDLING LPG AND OTHER LIGHT HYDROCARBON PRODUCTS - INCLUDES AMD 1: 2007 Organization: BIS
Date: 1991-01-01
BIS - IS 15193 - LAYING OF PITCH-MASTIC FLOORING FOR INDUSTRIES HANDLING HEAVY HYDROCOARBON PRODUCTS LIKE KEROSENE, DIESEL AND FURNACE OIL - CODE OF PRACTICE Organization: BIS
Date: 2002-01-01
BIS - IS 13074 - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR LAYING OF BITUMEN MASTIC FLOORING FOR INDUSTRIES HANDLING LPG AND OTHER LIGHT HYDROCARBON PRODUCTS Organization: BIS
Date: 1991-01-01
SNZ AS/NZS 1859.1 - RECONSTITUTED WOOD-BASED PANELS-SPECIFICATIONS PART 1: PARTICLEBOARD - INCORPORATING AMENDMENT 1: FEBRUARY 2006; AMENDMENT 2: MARCH 2011 Organization: SNZ
Date: 2004-03-26
Description: It does not cover requirements for particleboard flooring (see Preface). This Standard is equivalent to the industrial Standard harmonized between the wood panel industries in Japan, Australia and New Zealand, known as JANS 21.
TSE - TS 11259 - DOLOMITE-USED FOR FILLING Organization: TSE
Date: 1994-02-09
Description: This standard covers dolomite used as filling material for polyester floorings, carpet backing, plastics and aspalt. It does not apply to use for glass, iron and steel making and industries.
CSMA - SRWC - MEASURING THE SLIP RESISTANCE OF WET FLOORS Organization: CSMA
Description: The study reviews and compares five different machines to test their abilities to differentiate the performance of a variety of flooring types under adverse wet conditions. The conclusion of this research is notable and timely, as the industry considers the adoption and implementation of standards to measure slip resistance of wet floors.
CSMA - TM-13D - EVALUATION OF FABRICS FOR REWET OR WATER ABSORBENCY - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: CSMA
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: Also included in the compendium package: A summary of a Booz,Allen & Hamilton Study entitled "Performance of No Wax Flooring in the Institutional and Industrial Environment;" two consumer awareness phamphlets, "No Wax Floor - A Mirage or Miracle" and "The Floor Maintenance Manual;" and excerpts in three areas of study, alkali soluble resin technology; polymer technology; wax technology.
MODUK - SERIAL 132 - STANDARDS IN DEFENCE NEWS Organization: MODUK
Date: 1992-01-01
Description: Introduction The Ministry of Defence (MOD), a major customer of rubber products which range from rubber flooring to safety critical components, are concerned that quite common tests for density, tensile strength, ageing and others appear to have poor repeatability.
ASTM D5343 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR EVALUATING CLEANING PERFORMANCE OF CERAMIC TILE CLEANERS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2006-08-01
Description: This guide also excludes other surfaces such as glass, resilient flooring, synthetic countertop surfaces or washable wall surfaces.
NASA-LLIS-1188 - LESSONS LEARNED - FIRE HAZARD ASSOCIATED WITH BATTERY BACKUP FOR PHONE SYSTEM Organization: NASA
Date: 2002-03-19
Description: Description of Driving Event: During routine maintenance, employees discovered a telephone junction box under a raised flooring area that was sparking and smoking. An investigative team has determined that the root cause of the event is a design flaw in some telephone system power supplies, which can result in a negative ground fault.
SAE R-336 - CARE AND REPAIR OF ADVANCED COMPOSITES - SECOND EDITION; TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: SAE
Date: 2005-06-22
Description: These were the first carbon fiber composites to fly on commercial aircraft. Almost all flooring used in commercial aircraft today meets specifications that have evolved from these early composite structures.
ASTM MNL56 - GUIDE TO FRICTION, WEAR, AND EROSION TESTING Organization: ASTM
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: Most people accept the cost of sport shoes wearing out after 4 months of use; people accept wear of roadways and flooring; people accept 30,000 miles as the limiting use of an automobile before fan belts, brakes, and other components start to wear out.

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