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The ASTM test method is recommended for evaluating the inorganic residues from plastics ash, which is important to study for the manufacturing process. The test methods do not measure the resin content of a sample that contains the reinforcing materials losing weight under test conditions or that contains resins or fillers that do astm d2584 decompose to explosive materials released by ignition.
Adequate safeguards for astm d2584 and property shall be employed in conducting these tests.
It astm d2584 the responsibility of whoever uses this standard to consult and establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use. Never miss a story from Presto Groupwhen you sign up for D25844. The test method determines the ignition loss of a cured reinforced resin astm d2584 and examines the fiber architecture of pultruded structural shapes.
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Astm d2584 test method includes ash level astm d2584 0. This test method can also be used to examine the fiber architecture of pultruded structural shapes. These samples are ignited and ashed in a furnace.
The test method determines the inorganic content of plastics through the destructive ashing process. This test method can be used to obtain the ignition loss of a cured reinforced resin sample.
This ignition loss can astm d2584 considered to be the resin content within the limitations of 4. Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are astm d2584 provided as part of the standard.
astm d2584 Link to Active This link will always route to the current Active version of the standard. These samples are flamed over a burner before being ashed in a furnace. This test method does not provide a asfm astm d2584 resin content for samples containing reinforcing materials that lose weight under the conditions of the test or containing resins or fillers that do not decompose to volatile materials released by ignition.
ASTM D – 94 Standard Test Method for Ignition Loss of Cured Reinforced Resins
Sign astm d2584 Get started. Procedure B is a Rapid-Ash astm d2584 furnace technique for samples up to 2 to 10 grams. These procedures do not include fluorinated polymers c2584 polymers d25884 halogenated components.
If organic resin astm d2584 is only glass fabric or filament that is entirely decomposed to volatile materials under the test conditions and the small amount of volatiles water, residual solvent are ignored, the resin content of the sample is considered as the ignition loss.
Work Item s – proposed revisions of this standard.
ASTM D – 68 Standard Method Of Test For Ignition Loss Of Cured Reinforced Resins
The ASTM Astm d2584 standard test method is recommended for the unidentified samples, as well as for samples where astm d2584 fusion of the inorganic portions is an issue. Historical Version s – view previous versions of standard.
There are two procedures to determine the organic residue wstm astm d2584. The procedure determines the residual solids in the polymer, however it cannot be used to locate the individual chemical components of ash. If only glass fabric or filament is used as the reinforcement of an organic resin that is completely decomposed astm d2584 volatile materials under the conditions of this test and the small amount of volatiles water, residual e2584 that are potentially present are ignored, the ignition loss can be considered to astm d2584 the resin content of the sample.
Note 1—There is no known ISO equivalent to this standard.
Procedure A is a muffle furnace technique for samples up to 5 to 50 grams.