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CEI EN 60626-1

Combined flexible materials for electrical insulation - Part 1: Definitions and general requirements

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Organization: CEI
Publication Date: 1 January 2013
Status: active
Page Count: 16
ICS Code (Insulating materials in general): 29.035.01
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This part of IEC 60626 contains the definitions related to and the general requirements to be fulfilled by combined flexible materials for electrical insulation. This standard does not include mica paper, as primary component, covered by IEC 60371, but mica paper may be used as complementary material.

Materials which conform to this specification meet established levels of performance. However, the selection of material by a user for a specific application should be based on the actual requirements necessary for adequate performance in that application and not based on this specification alone.

SAFETY WARNING

It is the responsibility of the user of the methods contained or referred to in this document to ensure that they are used in a safe manner.

Document History

CEI EN 60626-1
January 1, 2013
Combined flexible materials for electrical insulation - Part 1: Definitions and general requirements
This part of IEC 60626 contains the definitions related to and the general requirements to be fulfilled by combined flexible materials for electrical insulation. This standard does not include mica...
October 1, 1998
Combined flexible materials for electrical insulation - Part 1: Definitions and general requirements
Contiene le definizioni e le prescrizioni generali che devono essere soddisfatte dai materiali isolanti flessibili composti destinati all’isolamento elettrico.

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