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Homepage>BS Standards>29 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING>29.035 Insulating materials>29.035.20 Plastics and rubber insulating materials>BS EN 60684-3-400 to 402:2002 Specification for flexible insulating sleeving. Specification requirements for individual types of sleeving Glass textile sleeving with silicone elastomer coating
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BS EN 60684-3-400 to 402:2002 Specification for flexible insulating sleeving. Specification requirements for individual types of sleeving Glass textile sleeving with silicone elastomer coating

BS EN 60684-3-400 to 402:2002

Specification for flexible insulating sleeving. Specification requirements for individual types of sleeving Glass textile sleeving with silicone elastomer coating

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Standard number:BS EN 60684-3-400 to 402:2002
Pages:14
Released:2002-12-19
ISBN:0 580 40985 6
Status:Standard
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BS EN 60684-3-400 to 402:2002


This standard BS EN 60684-3-400 to 402:2002 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 three types of E-type glass sleeving using either braided or knitted construction, with a continuous silicone elastomer coating and differentiated by their breakdown voltage (sheet 400: high breakdown voltage; sheet 401: medium breakdown voltage; sheet 402: low breakdown voltage). These sleevings have been found suitable for temperatures up to 180 °C. 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.