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IEC 60811-512 Ed. 1.0 b:2012


Electric and optical fibre cables - Test methods for non-metallic materials - Part 512: Mechanical tests - Methods specific to polyethylene and polypropylene compounds - Tensile strength and elongation at break after conditioning at elevated temperature

"IEC 60811-512:2012 describes the procedure for testing tensile strength and elongation at break after conditioning at elevated temperature. It is specific to polyethylene and polypropylene compounds. This test is intended for samples from filled cables, of polyolefin insulations with a wall thickness of more than 0,8 mm and for polyolefin sheaths in direct contact with filling compound. IEC 60811-512:2012 cancels and replaces Clause 8 of IEC 60811-4-2:2004, which is withdrawn. Full details of the replacements are shown in Annex A of IEC 60811-100:2012. There are no specific technical changes with respect to the previous edition, but see the Foreword to IEC 60811-100:2012.

This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC 60811-100:2012."
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