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BSI - BS 7188

Impact absorbing playground surfacing - Performance requirements and test methods

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Organization: BSI
Publication Date: 15 December 1998
Status: active
Page Count: 18
ICS Code (Playgrounds): 97.200.40
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Provides additional test methods and performance limits to those in BS EN 1177, for resistance to abrasive wear, slip resistance, resistance to indentation and ease of ignition.

Document History

BS 7188
December 15, 1998
Impact absorbing playground surfacing - Performance requirements and test methods
Provides additional test methods and performance limits to those in BS EN 1177, for resistance to abrasive wear, slip resistance, resistance to indentation and ease of ignition.
December 15, 1998
Impact absorbing playground surfacing - Performance requirements and test methods
Provides additional test methods and performance limits to those in BS EN 1177, for resistance to abrasive wear, slip resistance, resistance to indentation and ease of ignition. To be read in...
December 15, 1998
Impact Absorbing Playground Surfacing - Performance Requirements and Test Methods
A description is not available for this item.
December 15, 1998
Impact absorbing playground surfacing Performance requirements and test methods
Provides additional test methods and performance limits to those in BS EN 1177, for resistance to abrasive wear, slip resistance, resistance to indentation and ease of ignition. To be read in...
August 31, 1989
Methods of Test for Impact Absorbing Playground Surfaces
Five methods. Properties measured are: the ability to absorb energy, the ability to resist abrazive wear, slip resistance resistance to indentation and the material's ease of ignition.

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