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ISO 3387

Rubber — Determination of crystallization effects by hardness measurements

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 March 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 16
ICS Code (Rubber): 83.060
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This document specifies a test based on hardness measurements for determining the progressive stiffening of rubber with time, caused by crystallization. It is limited to materials having an initial hardness at a test temperature of from 10 IRHD to 85 IRHD.

The method is applicable to raw, unvulcanized (compounded) and vulcanized rubber. It is mainly of interest for rubber with a marked crystallization tendency at temperatures experienced in cold climates, such as chloroprene and natural rubber.

The method is not applicable to fast-crystallizing materials which crystallize to a considerable degree within the timespan of 15 min used for conditioning at test temperature.

Document History

ISO 3387
March 1, 2020
Rubber — Determination of crystallization effects by hardness measurements
This document specifies a test based on hardness measurements for determining the progressive stiffening of rubber with time, caused by crystallization. It is limited to materials having an initial...
July 1, 2012
Rubber - Determination of crystallization effects by hardness measurements
This International Standard specifies a test based on hardness measurements for determining the progressive stiffening of rubber with time, caused by crystallization. It is limited to materials...
January 1, 1994
Rubber - Determination of Crystallization Effects by Hardness Measurements
A description is not available for this item.
January 1, 1994
Rubber - Determination of Crystallization Effects by Hardness Measurements
A description is not available for this item.

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