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Homepage>IEC Standards>IEC 60684-3-228:2004 - Flexible insulating sleeving - Part 3: Specifications for individual types of sleeving - Sheet 228: Heat-shrinkable, semi-rigid polyvinylidene fluoride sleeving, flame retarded, fluid resistant, shrink ratio 2:1
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IEC 60684-3-228:2004 - Flexible insulating sleeving - Part 3: Specifications for individual types of sleeving - Sheet 228: Heat-shrinkable, semi-rigid polyvinylidene fluoride sleeving, flame retarded, fluid resistant, shrink ratio 2:1

IEC 60684-3-228:2004

Flexible insulating sleeving - Part 3: Specifications for individual types of sleeving - Sheet 228: Heat-shrinkable, semi-rigid polyvinylidene fluoride sleeving, flame retarded, fluid resistant, shrink ratio 2:1

Gaines isolantes souples - Partie 3: Spécifications pour types particuliers de gaines - Feuille 228: Gaines thermorétractables semi-rigides en fluorure de polyvinylidène, retardées à la flamme, résistant aux fluides, rapport de rétreint 2:1

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Standard number:IEC 60684-3-228:2004
Released:2004-05-11
Language:English/French - Bilingual
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IEC 60684-3-228:2004

Gives the requirements for one type of heat-shrinkable, flame retarded, with a nominal shrink ratio 2:1, fluid resistant polyvinylidene fluoride sleeving for use at temperatures up to 175 C. This sleeving is normally supplied with an internal diameter up to 25,4 mm, and the standard colour is transparent. Sizes or colours other than those specifically listed in this standard may be available as custom items. These items are considered to comply with this standard if they comply with the property requirements listed in Tables 2, 3, 4 and 5, with the exception of dimensions and mass. 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. This edition includes the following significant technical change with regard to the previous edition: Replacement of the thermal endurance test method according to IEC 60216 with a long term ageing test, i.e. 3 000 h at the recommended maximum temperature found suitable for use,in order to provide safe thermal test data within a workable time scale.