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ISO 11612: 2015 Standard for Protective Clothing against Heat & Fire

TEXT VERSIONVISUAL VERSION
A
A1

FLAME PROPAGATION

Sample is exposed to flame for 10 seconds

  • Flame persistence measurement
  • Residual incandescence
  • Noticeable hole
B
B1 B2 B3

CONVECTIVE HEAT

Temperature elevation behind sample is timed

  • + 24°C (t24)
C
C1 C2 C3 C4

RADIANT HEAT

Temperature elevation behind sample is timed

  • + 24°C (t24)
D
D1 D2 D3

MOLTEN ALUMINIUM SPLASHES

Maximum quantity poured before damaging the PVC film

  • Molten Aluminium at 780°C/1436°F
  • PVC film simulates human skin
E
E1 E2 E3

MOLTEN CAST-IRON SPLASHES

Maximum quantity poured before damaging the PVC film

  • Molten Iron at 1400°C/2552°F
  • PVC film simulates human skin
F
F1 F2 F3

CONTACT HEAT

Heat transmission is measured

  • 250°C/482°F
  • Increased by 10°C

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