|Model:||BS EN ISO 12952|
|Origin:||Made In China|
|Category:||Textile & Leather / Household Textile Products / Bedding|
|Label:||BS EN ISO 12952 , Fire Test , Blanket|
|Min. Order:||1 pc|
BS EN ISO 12952: Fire Test to Blankets
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1. BS EN ISO 12952: Fire Test to Bedding items - Standard Title
BS EN ISO 12952-1:Textiles — Assessment of the ignitability of bedding items —Part 1:Ignition source: smouldering cigarette
BS EN ISO 12952-2: Textiles — Assessment of the ignitability of bedding items —Part 2: Ignition source: match-flame equivalent
2. BS EN ISO 12952: Fire Test to Bedding items – Standard Brief
BS EN ISO 12952-1 specifies a test method common to all bedding items, for assessment of their ignitability when subjected to a smouldering cigarette.
BS EN ISO 12952-2 specifies a test method common to all bedding items, for assessment of their ignitability when subjected to a small open flame.
3. BS EN ISO 12952: Fire Test to Bedding items – Product Scope
> Mattress covers;
> Incontinence-sheets and -pads;
> Electric blankets;
> Quilts (duvets) and covers;
> Pillows (whatever the filling) and bolsters
4. BS EN ISO 12952-1: Fire Test to Bedding items – Test Method
Light a cigarette and draw air through it until the tip glows brightly. Not less than 5 mm and not more than 8 mm of the cigarette shall be consumed in this operation.
For repeat tests, two cigarettes shall be placed immediately in each of the specified positions, with each cigarette being not less than 100 mm from the nearest part of the other cigarette.
Start the clock when the last cigarette is in position.
Observe the specimen for any evidence of progressive smouldering ignition or flaming ignition.
5. BS EN ISO 12952: Fire Test to Bedding items – Reference
> FAR 25.853: Airworthiness standards: Flammability of Compartment interior materials
> EN ISO 3175: Textiles - Evaluation of stability to machine dry-cleaning. (ISO 3175:1995)
> EN 26330: Textiles — Domestic washing and drying procedures for textile testing. (ISO 6330:1984)
> ISO/IEC GUIDE 52: Glossary of fire terms and definitions.