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DIN ISO 3302-1

Rubber - Tolerances for products - Part 1: Dimensional tolerances (ISO 3302-1:2014)

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Organization: DIN
Publication Date: 1 June 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 16
ICS Code (Rubber and plastics products in general): 83.140.01
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This part of ISO 3302 specifies classes of dimensional tolerances and their values for moulded, extruded, and calendared solid rubber products. The relevant test methods necessary for the establishment of compliance with this part of ISO 3302 are also specified.

The tolerances are primarily intended for use with vulcanized rubber but can also be suitable for products made of thermoplastic rubbers.

This part of ISO 3302 does not apply to precision toroidal sealing rings or to calendared composite products such as rubber-coated fabrics or products where a rubber coating is applied by the process of topping or skim coating.

Document History

DIN ISO 3302-1
June 1, 2018
Rubber - Tolerances for products - Part 1: Dimensional tolerances (ISO 3302-1:2014)
This part of ISO 3302 specifies classes of dimensional tolerances and their values for moulded, extruded, and calendared solid rubber products. The relevant test methods necessary for the...
October 1, 2016
Rubber - Tolerances for products - Part 1: Dimensional tolerances (ISO 3302-1:2014); Text in German and English
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October 1, 1999
Rubber - Tolerances for products - Part 1: Dimensional tolerances (ISO 3302-1:1996)
This part of IS0 3302 specifies classes of dimensional tolerances, and their values, for moulded, extruded and calendered solid rubber products. The relevant test methods necessary for the...

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