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IEC 61340-4-5

Electrostatics – Part 4-5: Standard test methods for specific applications – Methods for characterizing the electrostatic protection of footwear and flooring in combination with a person

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 January 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 40
ICS Code (Electrical engineering in general): 29.020
ICS Code (Footwear): 61.060
ICS Code (Other standards related to electricity and magnetism): 17.220.99
scope:

This part of IEC 61340 specifies test methods for evaluating electrostatic protection provided by a system of footwear and flooring in combination with a person.

Test results are valid only for the specific footwear and flooring combination tested.

The test methods are not intended for individual product qualification purposes

 

 

Document History

IEC 61340-4-5
January 1, 2018
Electrostatics – Part 4-5: Standard test methods for specific applications – Methods for characterizing the electrostatic protection of footwear and flooring in combination with a person
This part of IEC 61340 specifies test methods for evaluating electrostatic protection provided by a system of footwear and flooring in combination with a person. Test results are valid only for the...
July 1, 2004
Electrostatics Part 4-5: Standard test methods for specific applications Methods for characterizing the electrostatic protection of footwear and flooring in combination with a person
This part of IEC 61340 specifies test methods for evaluating electrostatic protection provided by a system of footwear and flooring in combination with a person. The test methods are not intended...

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