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BS EN ISO 1183-2:2019 Plastics. Methods for determining the density of non-cellular plastics Density gradient column method

BS EN ISO 1183-2:2019

Plastics. Methods for determining the density of non-cellular plastics Density gradient column method

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Standard number:BS EN ISO 1183-2:2019
Pages:18
Released:2019-04-24
ISBN:978 0 580 52243 7
Status:Standard
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BS EN ISO 1183-2:2019


This standard BS EN ISO 1183-2:2019 Plastics. Methods for determining the density of non-cellular plastics is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 83.080.01 Plastics in general

This document specifies a gradient column method for the determination of the density of non-cellular moulded or extruded plastics or pellets in void-free form. Density gradient columns are columns containing a mixture of two liquids, the density in the column increasing uniformly from top to bottom.

NOTE Density is frequently used to follow variations in physical structure or composition of plastic materials. Density can also be useful in assessing the uniformity of samples or specimens. The density of plastic materials can depend upon the choice of specimen preparation method. When this is the case, precise details of the specimen preparation method are intended to be included in the appropriate material specification.

This document specifies a gradient column method for the determination of the density of non-cellular moulded or extruded plastics or pellets in void-free form. Density gradient columns are columns containing a mixture of two liquids, the density in the column increasing uniformly from top to bottom.

NOTE Density is frequently used to follow variations in physical structure or composition of plastic materials. Density can also be useful in assessing the uniformity of samples or specimens. The density of plastic materials can depend upon the choice of specimen preparation method. When this is the case, precise details of the specimen preparation method are intended to be included in the appropriate material specification.