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DIN EN ISO 4589-1

Plastics - Determination of burning behaviour by oxygen index - Part 1: General requirements (ISO 4589-1:2017)

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Organization: DIN
Publication Date: 1 August 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 13
ICS Code (Plastics in general): 83.080.01
ICS Code (Ignitability and burning behaviour of materials and products): 13.220.40
scope:

This document specifies the general requirements for the oxygen index (OI) test which are further described in ISO 4589-2 and ISO 4589-3 as follows:

- ISO 4589-2 describes a method for determining the minimum volume fraction of oxygen in a mixture of oxygen and nitrogen introduced at 23 °C ± 2 °C that will just support combustion of a material under specified test conditions;

- ISO 4589-3 describes methods of carrying out the same determination over a range of temperatures typically between 25 °C and 150 °C (although temperatures up to 400 °C can be used).

Document History

DIN EN ISO 4589-1
August 1, 2017
Plastics - Determination of burning behaviour by oxygen index - Part 1: General requirements (ISO 4589-1:2017)
This document specifies the general requirements for the oxygen index (OI) test which are further described in ISO 4589-2 and ISO 4589-3 as follows: — ISO 4589-2 describes a method for determining...
March 1, 2016
Plastics - Determination of burning behaviour by oxygen index - Part 1: Guidance (ISO/DIS 4589-1:2016); German and English version prEN ISO 4589-1:2016
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September 1, 1999
Plastics - Determination of burning behaviour by oxygen index - Part 1: Guidance (ISO 4589-1:1996)
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