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NEN-ISO 13775-1

Thermoplastic tubing and hoses for automotive use - Part 1: Non-fuel applications

active, Most Current
Organization: NEN
Publication Date: 1 September 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 24
ICS Code (Road vehicle systems in general): 43.040.01
ICS Code (Plastics pipes and fittings for non fluid use): 83.140.30
ICS Code (Hoses): 83.140.40
scope:

This document specifies the test requirements and the test methods for extruded thermoplastic tubing and hoses for use in vehicles powered by internal-combustion engines, excluding use in air braking systems (see ISO 7628), fuel lines (see ISO 13775-2), and high-pressure hydraulic systems. This document is intended especially for use by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

Document History

NEN-ISO 13775-1
September 1, 2021
Thermoplastic tubing and hoses for automotive use - Part 1: Non-fuel applications
This document specifies the test requirements and the test methods for extruded thermoplastic tubing and hoses for use in vehicles powered by internal-combustion engines, excluding use in air braking...
October 1, 2015
Thermoplastic tubing and hoses for automotive use - Part 1: Non-fuel applications
NEN-ISO 13775-1 specifies the test requirements and the test methods for extruded thermoplastic tubing and hoses for use in vehicles powered by internal-combustion engines, excluding use in air...
February 1, 2000
Thermoplastic tubing and hoses for automotive use - Part 1: Non-fuel applications
Specifies the test requirements and the test methods for extruded thermoplastic tubing and hoses for use in vehicles powered by internal-combustion engines, excluding use in air braking systems, fuel...

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