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Alternatively, both organizations publish an annual printed Catalogue with full details of all current Standards. The compatibility test shall be carried out only for flexible cords nza with materials from different material groups see Tables in Clause 2. These constructions are not considered to be flame retardant.
The cord construction and type, e. This role is vital in assisting local industry to compete in international markets. Type of insulation and protective covering if any required. Where the equivalent cords exist in IEC Standards, the dimensions for insulation and sheath thicknesses have been adopted in this Standard.
They reflect the latest scientific and industry experience. Cross-linked polyolefin insulation materials have az added. Visit our web sites www. The core sequence of the laid-up cores should be in the order specified in Clause 2.
The cross-sectional area of conductors, or whether tinsel conductors, as appropriate. This page has been left intentionally blank. Test for vertical flame propagation for single vertical insulated wire or cable 1.
To access the current document, please go to your on-line service. Fire, however, is a complex phenomenon and its behaviour, when associated with a cable run, is a function of the a of the cable materials, the method of installation, and the environment in which it is used. Between editions, amendments may be issued. Complete cable and flexible cord This Standard was published on 19 March Consequently, no single test can give a full assessment of the fire hazard under all possible fire conditions.
A block, made of aluminium according to Figure C1, with smooth, flat surfaces. The distance between the nzss of one block of marking and the beginning of the next shall not exceed mm.
The temperature ratings and hence properties of insulation and sheath materials for these nz equivalent cords, however, are quite different. Cords and flexible cables Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions Part 1: Fire tests—Test for vertical flame propagation for a single insulated wire or cable Electrical installations—Selection of cables Cables for alternating voltages up to and including 0.
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Timer; for example, stopwatch. Glass fibre braid shall be impregnated with a suitable nze. Both duty rating and voltage designation have been provided for all constructions. We also welcome suggestions for improvement in our Standards, and especially encourage readers to notify us immediately of any apparent inaccuracies or ambiguities. Glass fibre yarn braid. For other than earth conductors and the unprotected parallel-webbed 2-core flat cords, the following colour scheme is recommended: It is right hand when the slope is in the direction of the central part of the letter Z, and left hand when the slope is in the direction of the central part of the letter S.
Insulation and sheath thicknesses in accordance with Table 2. For 31191 about these services, users should contact their respective national Standards organization.
The number of mzs. The approximate thickness of any non-metallic braid in the case of glass fibre braided cords inclusive of the varnish coatingshould be 0.
IEC cords have no defined requirements for resistance to combustion propagation. Application to assessment of fire hazard The test provides direct data on the likelihood of a single electric cable igniting and transmitting fire when exposed to a specified external ignition source.
It is important that readers assure themselves they are using a current Standard, which should include any amendments which may have been published since the Standard was purchased.
Textile braid of cellulosic non-melting fibre yarn. The catalogue number, type number, name or other marking to distinguish the cord. No part of this work may be reproduced or copied in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, without the written permission of the publisher. Conductors and metallic components Method 2.
Ordinary Duty Flexible Cord Flex Grey Cable AS/NZS 3191
These constructions are not considered to be oil resistant. The duty rating is a nzz to the physical suitability of the cords in various applications. Designation of voltage, e. For R-S and R-S insulated cords, a continuous filament glass fibre yarn. Subsequently, the aluminium block shall be removed from the sample.