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Homepage>BS Standards>29 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING>29.035 Insulating materials>29.035.20 Plastics and rubber insulating materials>BS EN 60684-3-300:2002 Specification for flexible insulating sleeving. Specification requirements for individual types of sleeving Glass textile fibre sleeving, braided, uncoated
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BS EN 60684-3-300:2002 Specification for flexible insulating sleeving. Specification requirements for individual types of sleeving Glass textile fibre sleeving, braided, uncoated

BS EN 60684-3-300:2002

Specification for flexible insulating sleeving. Specification requirements for individual types of sleeving Glass textile fibre sleeving, braided, uncoated

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Standard number:BS EN 60684-3-300:2002
Pages:10
Released:2002-12-19
ISBN:0 580 40988 0
Status:Standard
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BS EN 60684-3-300:2002


This standard BS EN 60684-3-300:2002 Specification for flexible insulating sleeving. Specification requirements for individual types of sleeving is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 29.035.20 Plastics and rubber insulating materials
  • 29.035.30 Glass and ceramic insulating materials
Gives the requirements for glass textile fibre sleeving, uncoated, constructed from a braid of E-type yarn. The sleeving is annealed by heat treatment to assist in maintaining a circular cross-section. This sleeving is suitable for use at temperatures up to 350 °C. It is normally available in internal diameters between 0,5 mm and 30 mm and is normally supplied in its natural colour. Materials which conform to this specification meet established levels of performance. However, the selection of a 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.