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DS/EN 14521 - RESILIENT FLOOR COVERINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR SMOOTH RUBBER FLOOR COVERINGS WITH OR WITHOUT FOAM BACKING AND WITH DECORATIVE LAYER Organization: DS
Date: 2004-06-24
Description: This European Standard specifies the characteristics of smooth, grained or embossed rubber coverings with a decorative surface layer, with or without a foam backing supplied in either tile or roll form. This European Standard includes a classification system based on intensity of use, which shows where resilient floor coverings should give satisfactory service (see EN 685).
CEN - EN 12704 - ADHESIVES FOR PAPER AND BOARD, PACKAGING AND DISPOSABLE SANITARY PRODUCTS - DETERMINATION OF FOAM FORMATION FOR AQUEOUS ADHESIVES Organization: CEN
Date: 2016-08-01
Description: This European Standard specifies a test method to determine the foam formation, or air entrainment during rapid stirring of aqueous adhesives with a maximum viscosity of 10 000 MPa·s at room temperature determined in accordance with EN 12092.
DIN EN 12704 - ADHESIVES FOR PAPER AND BOARD, PACKAGING AND DISPOSABLE SANITARY PRODUCTS - DETERMINATION OF FOAM FORMATION FOR AQUEOUS ADHESIVES Organization: DIN
Date: 2016-10-01
Description: This European Standard specifies a test method to determine the foam formation, or air entrainment during rapid stirring of aqueous adhesives with a maximum viscosity of 10 000 MPa·s at room temperature determined in accordance with EN 12092.
DS/EN 12704 - ADHESIVES FOR PAPER AND BOARD, PACKAGING AND DISPOSABLE SANITARY PRODUCTS – DETERMINATION OF FOAM FORMATION FOR AQUEOUS ADHESIVES Organization: DS
Date: 2016-08-15
Description: This European Standard specifies a test method to determine the foam formation, or air entrainment during rapid stirring of aqueous adhesives with a maximum viscosity of 10 000 MPa·s at room temperature determined in accordance with EN 12092.
GMNA - 9986495 - ADHESIVE/SEALANT, SILICONE, ROOM TEMPERATURE VULCANIZING, ALCOHOL CURE FOR ENGINE SEALING - ISSUE 1 Organization: GMNA
Date: 2016-02-01
Description: Unlike silicone sealant chemistry, silicone sealant poses no contamination risk to oxygen sensors or increased oil foaming due to oil absorption and extraction during curing.

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