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GME - GMI 60300

Test Procedures for Conditioning of Plastic Materials, Textiles, Fibreboards, Wood etc.

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Organization: GME
Publication Date: 1 May 2010
Status: inactive
Page Count: 8
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Introduction

Purpose

This test procedure describes the procedure to be adopted for standard conditioning of test pieces of plastic materials, textiles, leathercloths, fibreboards, wood, rubberized hair and similar materials.

Foreword

The humidity content of various materials can have a significant effect on their physical properties. In order to obtain repeatable and comparable test results on such materials, they must be brought to standard conditions of humidity (and in some instances temperature) prior to test.

Applicability

For parts and assemblies made of above mentioned materials.

Document History

GMI 60300
May 1, 2010
Test Procedures for Conditioning of Plastic Materials, Textiles, Fibreboards, Wood etc.
Introduction Purpose This test procedure describes the procedure to be adopted for standard conditioning of test pieces of plastic materials, textiles, leathercloths, fibreboards, wood, rubberized...
August 1, 1996
Test Procedures for Conditioning of Plastic Materials, Textiles, Fibreboards, Wood, Etc. (Formerly GME 60300)
This test procedure describes the procedure to be adopted for standard conditioning of test pieces of plastic materials, textiles, leathercloths, fibre-boards, wood, rubberized hair and similar...

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