ISO 12127-2:2007 Preview
Clothing for protection against heat and flame -- Determination of contact heat transmission through protective clothing or constituent materials -- Part 2: Test method using contact heat produced by dropping small cylinders
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2017. Therefore this version remains current.
ISO 12127-2:2007 specifies a test method designed to evaluate the heat transfer and the behaviour of materials used for protective clothing when such materials are struck by high temperature metal particles, especially when these are trapped in the folds of the garment in working situations.
The results obtained by this method permit the comparison of the behaviour of different materials which have undergone this test under standardized conditions. They do not permit conclusions to be drawn with respect to contacts with large splashes of molten cast iron or other metal, nor do they allow the behaviour of complete garments under industrial conditions to be predicted.
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