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EVS-EN ISO 4892-1:2016

Plastics - Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources - Part 1: General guidance (ISO 4892-1:2016)

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Valid from 01.06.2016
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ISO 4892-1:2016; EN ISO 4892-1:2016
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prEN ISO 4892-1
01.06.2016
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01.03.2001
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ISO 4892-1:2016 provides information and general guidance relevant to the selection and operation of the methods of exposure described in detail in subsequent parts. It also describes general performance requirements for devices used for exposing plastics to laboratory light sources. Information regarding performance requirements is for producers of artificial accelerated weathering or artificial accelerated irradiation devices.
NOTE In this part of ISO 4892, the term "light source" refers to radiation sources that emit UV radiation, visible radiation, infrared radiation or any combination of these types of radiation.
ISO 4892-1:2016 also provides information on the interpretation of data from artificial accelerated weathering or artificial accelerated irradiation exposures. More specific information about methods for determining the change in the properties of plastics after exposure and reporting these results is given in ISO 4582.
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