ASTM E1354 PDF

Historical Version s - view previous versions of standard. Work Item s - proposed revisions of this standard. More E Also included is a determination of the effective heat of combustion, mass loss rate, the time to sustained flaming, and smoke production. These properties are determined on small size specimens that are representative of those in the intended end use. Additional guidance for testing is given in X1.

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ISO , , Accredited Laboratory. Why wait for accurate measurements and excellent service? ASTM E examines the relationship between the total heat produced during the combustion process and the oxygen needed for that combustion to occur.

You can calculate this relationship based on the fact that about 13, kilojoules of heat are produced for every one kilogram of oxygen burned. Of course, taking precise measurements of factors such as oxygen concentration, weight loss of the test piece and time standards related to smoke production relies on using a fully qualified ASTM E test lab like VTEC Laboratories that has been conducting high-quality commercial testing for well over three decades.

The methodology of this test is useful for determining the heat produced and contributed to a surrounding fire by the test specimen. The result is that material researchers, manufacturers and developers can better predict fire characteristics using materials that can be benchmarked against other materials previously tested. At VTEC, our highly trained staff only uses state-of-the-art testing equipment.

In the case of ASTM E, our equipment consists of a cone calorimeter, which is made up of a conical heater, a test piece holder and a gaseous exhaust measurement system, as well as an ignition system and a data collection apparatus capable of collecting everything from specimen mass loss to exhaust oxygen levels.

The standard test exposes the test specimen to radiant heat — either with a source of ignition or without it. Since radiant heat is a major contributing factor to real-world fires, the cone calorimeter can measure the increase in heat, noting specifically when the peak rate of heat release — or PRHR — is reached, as well as the time necessary to reach it. Both of these measurements are highly useful in the prediction of a material's likelihood to impact the growth rate of an ambient fire.

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Weathering Testing. Environmental Testing. Request A Free Quote. Benefits of ASTM E The methodology of this test is useful for determining the heat produced and contributed to a surrounding fire by the test specimen. All Rights Reserved.

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ASTM E1354

Active view current version of standard. Other Historical Standards. Work Item s - proposed revisions of this standard. More E

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ASTM E1354 – Cone Calorimeter

ISO , , Accredited Laboratory. Why wait for accurate measurements and excellent service? ASTM E examines the relationship between the total heat produced during the combustion process and the oxygen needed for that combustion to occur. You can calculate this relationship based on the fact that about 13, kilojoules of heat are produced for every one kilogram of oxygen burned. Of course, taking precise measurements of factors such as oxygen concentration, weight loss of the test piece and time standards related to smoke production relies on using a fully qualified ASTM E test lab like VTEC Laboratories that has been conducting high-quality commercial testing for well over three decades.

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Active view current version of standard. Other Historical Standards. Work Item s - proposed revisions of this standard. More E The effective heat of combustion is determined from a concomitant measurement of specimen mass loss rate, in combination with the heat release rate. Smoke development is measured by obscuration of light by the combustion product stream. External ignition, when used, shall be by electric spark.

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