Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 14
ISrM24=196!I   (ltemnd1993) Indian Standard SPECIFICATION FOR RUBBER MATS FOR ELECTRICAL PURPOSES Seve~lth Reprint

ISrM24=196!I

 

(ltemnd1993)

Indian Standard

SPECIFICATION

FOR

RUBBER

MATS

FOR

ELECTRICAL

PURPOSES

SPECIFICATION FOR RUBBER MATS FOR ELECTRICAL PURPOSES Seve~lth Reprint JANUARY 1998 ( Incorporating

Seve~lth Reprint

JANUARY

1998

( Incorporating

Amendment

No.

t )

1998 ( Incorporating Amendment No. t ) UDC 678.4- 494 : 621.315.616 @I copyright 1975

UDC

678.4-

494 : 621.315.616

@I copyright

1975

BUREAU

OF

INDIAN

STANDARDS

MANAK

BHAVAN, PBAHADUR

SHAH

ZAFAR

MARG

NEW DELHI lloo(n

Gr2

Ftbruat)

1970

1975 BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS MANAK BHAVAN, PBAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG NEW DELHI lloo(n Gr2 Ftbruat)
1975 BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS MANAK BHAVAN, PBAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG NEW DELHI lloo(n Gr2 Ftbruat)
1975 BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS MANAK BHAVAN, PBAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG NEW DELHI lloo(n Gr2 Ftbruat)
1975 BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS MANAK BHAVAN, PBAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG NEW DELHI lloo(n Gr2 Ftbruat)
15:!5424-1969 Indian Standard SPECIFICATION FOR RUBBER MATS FOR ELECTRICAL PURPOSES ( R e m m

15:!5424-1969

Indian Standard

SPECIFICATION FOR RUBBER MATS FOR ELECTRICAL PURPOSES

( Remmd1993J)

FOR ELECTRICAL PURPOSES ( R e m m d 1 9 9 3 J ) H&her

H&her

Products

Sectional

Committee,

CDC

6

Chabmon

H*prrscntinR

 

DR D. RANWRJRR

National

Rubber

Manufacturers

Ltd,

Calcutta;

and

Association

of

Rubber

Manufacturers

of

India.

Calcutta

 

Mcmbtrs

DR B. B. BHATIA

I.C.I.

SHRI D. K. CHATERJEE ( Alfernate )

( India)

Private

Ltd? Calcutta

Stunt

S.

K.

BoSE

National

Test

House,

Calcutta

 

Soar

A. Gttostt

( Altemot~)

SHRI

DALIP

KUMAR

Railway

Board

( Ministry

of Railways

1

SERI G.

C.

DE

Export

Inspection

Council

of India,

Calcutta

S~trr

P. K: CAATTERJEB

( Alfern&)

SBRI

S.

L. GANDHI

Ministry

of

Defence

( DC1

)

SIIUI B. H.

DALAL ( Ahnate)

SHBI K. K. GANOULY

Ministry

of Defence

SRIII N. S. BANXER( Altemofs)

( R

8t

D )

DR P. Jortrr JACOB

 

Rubber

Board,

Kottayam

 

SHRI G.

C. JAIN

Hindustan

Steel

Ltd,

Ranchi

SRRI LALIT MoHAN

JA?dNADAb

The

Cosmos

India

Rubber

Works

Private

Ltd,

 

Bombay

 

Snnt

P~JLIN L. KINARIWALA

( Altmuf~

)

SHRI S.

R.

KOOHEAR

Inspection

Win

 

,

Directorate

General

of Supplies&

DR K.

N.

MODAX

Dis

Indian

sals,

ubber

f;”

ew Delhi

Manufacturers

l4

Research

Associition,

Bombay;

and

Indian

Rubber

Industries

Associa-

 

tion,

Bombay

SHRI K. R. SENOUPTA(Alfmutr ) Indian

Rubber

Industries

Association,

Bombay

SHRI S. MUKIIERJEE

The

Dunlop

India

Ltd,

Calcutta

 

SHRI G.

P. DUTTA (Al&mats)

 

SHRI S. C. NANDY

Bata

Shoe

Co Private

Ltd,

Calcutta

 

SARI M. M. PATaL

Synthetics

and

Chemicals

Ltd,

Bombay

DR A. SEETHARAMIAH

Directorate

General

of

Technical

Development,

 

New

Delhi

DR N.

A.

C. RAO ( Altmafe)

 

( Confinurd 011page 2 )

 

BUREAU

OFINDIAN

STANDARDS

 

MANAK

BHAVAN.

9 BAHADUR

SHAH

ZAFAR

MARG

 

NEW

DELHI

110002

 
STANDARDS   MANAK BHAVAN. 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG   NEW DELHI 110002  
IS 1.5424 - 1969 Members Rlplrmlin~ Sstax D. D. TALWALKAR All India Automobile & Ancillary

IS 1.5424 - 1969

IS 1.5424 - 1969 Members Rlplrmlin~ Sstax D. D. TALWALKAR All India Automobile & Ancillary Industries

Members

Rlplrmlin~

Sstax D. D. TALWALKAR

All India

Automobile

& Ancillary

Industries

Asmcia-

tion,

Bombay

SHRI R. M. KAALADKAR ( Alfcmafr)

SARI A. R. YAJNIK

SHRI M.

K. jAIN

SABI D.

DAM GUPTA,

Director

( Chem

)

( Al;emo*

)

Indian

Oii Gorporation

Bombay

Ltd

Director

General,

ISI ( fi-&io

secretary

SHRI N. R. SRINIVASAN

Deputy

Director

( Chem

I, ISI

( Marketing

Membtr )

Division

)+

Director ( Chem I, ISI ( Marketing Membtr ) Division )+ General Rubber Products Subcommittee, CIX

General

Rubber

Products

Subcommittee,

CIX

6 : 4

DB M. L. BEAUMIX

National

Rubber

Manufacturers

Ltd,

CaIcutta

MNmbers

SRBI D. Boss SHaI A. BoaIs (Allemu&)

Bengal Waterproof

Works ( 1940 ) Ltd,

Calcutta

SEBI S. K. Boat Sanr A. GHO~A ( Altema&)

National

Test

House,

Calcutta

 

SBBI S. L. GANDRI SARI B. H. DALAL ( Altmafr )

Ministry

of Dcfence

( DGI

)

SHBI L. G. JAIN

Central

Water

ELPower Commission,

New DeIhi

SHRI R. C. THUKRAL SHBI S. V. LATHIA

( Altemuk t

thin Rubber

Works Private

Ltd,

SBBI D. P. LATHIA ( Alfemate)

CAPX P. R. MAHAJAN

SRRI V. P. DR K. N. MODAK

CHADWA ( Ahmafe ) Ministry

Indian

of Dcfence

Rubber

( K

UKD )

IndusrriesAssociatinn.

SHRI C. A. FAIEULI.BIIOY( Alkmdc)

Sam

S. C. NANDY

Bata Shoe Co

Private

Ltd,

Calcutta

Bombay

Bombay

SHRI MANUBHAI M. PAT~L

Rubbrex

Industries

Private

Ltd.

B&bay

SHIII K.

C. SHAH (hmatr)

SHRI M. M.

PATP.L

Syntbetica

and

Chemicals

Ltd,

Bombay

SKUS V.

D. PINDSE

Swastik

Rubber

Products

Ltd,

Poona

SARI D. D. TALWALSAR ( Altmtar~)

DR V. B. PHADKE

SHHXR. G. GOKHALE ( Alfmnc

DB N.

V.

C. RAO

National

ChemicaI

Laboratory

( CSIR

&rectorate

General

of

TechnicaI

New

Delhi

). P00rv

DeveIqsnast,

SARI G. K. INAMIuR

( Altematr )

SRRI B. N. KAY

The

Dunlop

Indii

Ltd,

Calcutta

SHRI S. C. MUUX~AB

( Altemalr)

SERX B.

ROY

The

East

Indii

Rubber

Works Private

Ltd.

Calcutta

&tar

A.

R. YAJNIK

Indian

Oil

Corporation

Ltd

( I&rketing

-Division

).

J N I K I n d i a n O i l C o r
J N I K I n d i a n O i l C o r
J N I K I n d i a n O i l C o r
fS:5424h69 Indian Standard RUBBER SPECIFICATION FOR MATS FOR ELECTRICAL PURPOSES   0. FOREWORD   0.I

fS:5424h69

Indian Standard

RUBBER

SPECIFICATION

FOR

MATS

FOR

ELECTRICAL

PURPOSES

 

0.

FOREWORD

 

0.I

This

Indian

Standard

was adopted

by the

Indian

Standards

Institution

on

24

October

1969,

after

the

draft

finalized

by

the

Rubber

Products

Sectional

Committee

had

been

approved

by the Chemical

Division

Council.

0.2 The

need

for standard

on

rubber

mats

for electrical

purposes

has

been

felt for quite

a long

time.

This

standard

is expected

to furnish

the

rubber

industry

with

properties,

test methods

and

sampling

of rubber

mats

used

as

a floor

covering

around

electrical

apparatus

whose

voltage

rating

is

3 300

volts.

It

is not

intended

to imply

that

rubber

mats

should

afford

the

sole

means

of protection

for

those

working

on

electrical

circuits.

Wherever

 

possible,

further

adequate

precautions

should

be

taken

against

the

risk

of

shock

and

short

circuit.

0.3

This

standard

is based

on

the

following

standards:

B.S.

921

: 1952

Rubber

mats

for electrical

purposes.

British

Standards

 

Institution.

 

ASTM

Designation

: D178-24

Rubber

matting

electrical

 

apparatus.

American

Society

for Testing

for use around and Materials.

 
 

ZZ-M-8la

: 1961

Matting:

Rubber.

and

plastics

( for use around

elec-

 

trical apparatus

or

circuits

not

exceeding

3000

volts

to ground).

General

Service

Administration,

US

Federal

Supply

Service.

0.4

This

standard

comains

clauses

2.2.2

and

3.2

which

call for agreement

between

the

purchaser

and

the

supplier.

 

0.5

For

the

purpose

of deciding

whether

a

particular

uirement

of this

standard

is complied

with,

the final

value,

observed

re or ca ?culated,

express_

ing

the

result

of a test

or analysis,

shall

be rounded

off in accordance

with

IS: 2-1960.

The

number

of significant

places

retained

in the rounded

off

value

should

be the

same

as that

of the

specified

value

in this

standard.

1. SCOPE

1.1 This

standard

prescribes

the

requirements,

methods

of sampling

and

test

for solid rubber insulating

mats

for

use as floor

covering

around

electrical

apparatus,

not

exceeding

3 300 volts

to ground.

1.1.1 This

standard

does

not cover perforated

matting.

*Rules for rounding

off numerical

values

( w&d

).

3

This standard does not cover perforated matting. *Rules for rounding off numerical values ( w&d ).
This standard does not cover perforated matting. *Rules for rounding off numerical values ( w&d ).
This standard does not cover perforated matting. *Rules for rounding off numerical values ( w&d ).
This standard does not cover perforated matting. *Rules for rounding off numerical values ( w&d ).
IS : 5424 - 1969 2. REQUIREMENTS 2.1 Materials   and Manufacture--The mats shall be

IS

: 5424 - 1969

2. REQUIREMENTS

2.1

Materials

 

and

Manufacture--The

mats

shall

be

made

from

vulcanized

rubber

compound

free

from

fabric

insertions

and

fibrous

materials.

 

2.1.1

The

upper

surface

may

have

a ribbed,

fluted,

or

other

suitable

 

pattern

or

may

be

plain.

The

lower

surface

may

be

finished

in

cloth

imprints.

The

outside

edges,

except

the butt

edges,

whtre

a

mat

consists

of two

or more

 

sections,

may

be bevelled.

 

2.2

Dimensions

 

2.2.1

Thickness-Unless

 

specified,

the

thickness

of

the

plain

mats

shall

be not

less than

otherwise 6.5 mm.

Patterned

mats

shall

be

not

less than

6.5

mm

thick

at

the

root

of the pattern.

 

2.2.2

Length

and

IVidth-The

length

and

width

of the

mats

shall

be

as

agreed

to between

the

purchaser

 

and

the

supplier.

 

2.3

Colour -The

 

colour

of

the

mats

shall

be

black

unless

otherwise

 

specified.

 

2.4

Workmanship

and Finish -The

material

shall

be free from

blisters,

 

pin holes, cracks, embedded

foreign

matters

and

other

defects

which

may

impair its serviceability,

when

visually

examined.

 

2.5

Physical

Properties

 

2.5.1

Tbsile

Strength

and

Elongation

at Break-The

 

tensile

strength

and

the

elongation

at break

of the

rubber

shall

be as follows:

 

Tensile

strength,

kgf/cm2,

Min

50

Elongation

 

at break,

percent,

Min

250

2.5.2

Comjvession

Set-

Compression

set of the

rubber

shall

not

exceed

10

percent.

 

2.5.3

Ageing

Properties

-

Th e tensile

strength

and

elongation

at

break

of

the test samples,

when

subjected

to ageing

for 7 days

at

70” f

1°C shall

not

exceed the following !imits of the corresponding obtained before ageing:

values

(see

2.5.1

J

 

Characteristic

 

Percent

Change from

the

 
 

Original

Value

 
 

Tensile

strength

 

+

10

   

i 25

-

 
 

Elongation

 

at

break

 

-t

10

 

{ -

25

 
  i 25 -     Elongation   at break   -t 10   { -
  i 25 -     Elongation   at break   -t 10   { -
IS : 5424 - 1969 2.6 Electrical Properties   2.6.1 Voltage Z&-The   mats shall

IS : 5424

- 1969

2.6 Electrical

Properties

 

2.6.1

Voltage

Z&-The

 

mats

shall

withstand

15000

volts

for

1 minute

when

tested

according

to

the

method

prescribed

in IS : 2584-1963*.

The

mats

shall

not puncture,

become

appreciably

warm

at any

spot

or show

any

other

evidence

of

weakness.

The

leakage

current

shall

not

exceed

160

mA/m2

( calculated

on

the area

of the smaller

electrode)

for any

position

of

the

electrodes.

 

2.6.2

B7cakdown

Strength-The

mats

shall

not

fail at less than

40000

volts

when tested

in

air

between

electrodes,

the

voltage

being

applied

to

failure

at the

rate

specified

and

tested

according

to

IS:

2584-1963*.

2.7

Water

Absorption

-The

mat

shall

not

absorb

water

more

than

4 mg/cmP

when

tested

according

to the

method

prescribed

in

5.1.5

3. MARKING

 

AND

PACKING

3.1

Marking

-Unless

otherwise

specified,

 

the mats

shall

be marked

with

the

following

information:

 

a)

Size and

surface

of matting

(that

is, plain

or patterned);

b)

Rated potential

followed

by the

word

‘Working’

in brackets;

c )

Manufacturer’s

name

or trade-mark,

if any;

and

dj

Motith

and

year

of manufacture.

3.1.1

The

mats

may

also

be marked

with

the

Standard

Mark.

3.1.2

The

use

of

the

Standard

Mark

is

governed

by

the

provisions

of

Bureau

of

Indian

Standards

Act,

1986

and

the

Rules

and

Regulations

made

thereunder.

The

details

of

conditions

under

which

the

licence

for

the

use

of

Standard

Mark

may

be granted

to manufacturers

or producers

may

be obtained

from the Bureau

of Indian

Standards.

be obtained from the Bureau of Indian Standards. 3.2 Packing -The mats shall be packed

3.2

Packing

-The

mats

shall

be

packed

as

agreed

to

between

the

purchaser

and

the

supplier.

4.

SAMPLING

4.1

Scale of Sampling

and Criteria

ofthe

for Conformity

-

For the

purpose

the scaleof

ofascertaining

the conformity

material

to this specification,

sampling

alld

criteria

for conformity

shall

be as prescribed

in Appendix

A.

4.1.1

tinless

otherwise

specified

carry

out

all

the

tests

within

three

mnnths

from

the

date

of supply

of the

material.

 

*Method

of test for electric

strength

of solid

5

insulating

materials

at power

frequencies.

of the material.   *Method of test for electric strength of solid 5 insulating materials at
of the material.   *Method of test for electric strength of solid 5 insulating materials at
IS 5. : 5424 TEST - 1969 METHODS 5.1 Physical Tests 5.1.1 Tensile Strength and

IS

5.

: 5424

TEST

- 1969

METHODS

5.1

Physical

Tests

5.1.1 Tensile

Strength

and

accordance

with the method

Elongation

prescribed

at

in

Break-Test

the

material

IS : 3400

( Part I )-1965*.

in

at 70’

with the method specified in IS: 3400 (Part IV)-1965t.

5.1.2

A~ying--

Age the samples

in an air oven

i

1°C in accordauce

9.1.3 Compression Set-C

(Part

X)-19692

at

27” f

.arry

2°C.

out

the

test

as

prescribed

in

IS:

3400

5.1.4

19b35.

Ekctrical

Tests -Carry

out electrical

tests as prescribed

in IS : 2$84-

5.1.5

Water

Absorption Test-Weigh

a test piece,

2 cm square,

with

clean

cut

edges

and

immerse

in

distilled

water

(see

IS : !070-19607)

at

a

temperature

of

27”

f

2°C

(see IS : 196 -196611) for 168 hours.

Remove and

superficially

dry with

blotting

paper and immediately

weigh

in a stoppered

 

weighing

bottle.

Express

the

increase

in

weight

(water

absorbed)

as

mg/cm*

of the total

surface

(top,

bottom

and

edges)

of the test piece.

NOTE-III

the case of patterned

sampled

buff off the pattern

a smoothsurface before carrying out the test.

APPENDIX

A

of the

test piece

to give

 

( Clause

4.1 )

SAMPLING

AND

CRITERIA

FOR

CONFORMITY

OF

RUBBER

MATS

FOR

ELECTRICAL

PURPOSES

 

A-l.

PROCESS

INSPECTION

 

A-l.1 Quality

and

reliability

can

be

built

into

the

product

during

the

course of production by reducing the quality fluctuations

td the minimum

*Metho& of test for vulcanized rubben: part I Tensile stress-strain properties.

*Methods

$Methoda of test for vulcanixxl rubbers: Part X Compression set. IMethod of test for electric strength of solii ins+ing materials at power frequencies. ~Specification for water, distilled quality (rwkd ). I/Atmospheric conditions for testing ( mkd ).

of test for vulcanized

rubk

Part IV Accelerated

ageing.

6

(rwkd ). I/Atmospheric conditions for testing ( mkd ). of test for vulcanized rubk Part IV
IS:!5424-1969 through application of statistical quality control techniques (set IS : 397- 1 9 X
IS:!5424-1969 through application of statistical quality control techniques (set IS : 397- 1 9 X

IS:!5424-1969

through

application

of statistical

quality

control

techniques

(set

IS

: 397-

19X*:

at

all

stages

of manufacture

including

 

the

ccjntrol

of raw

materials.

When adequate

process

control

is

maintained

by

the

manufacturer,

the

product

will

have

little

chance

of rejection

 

during

lot inspection.

 

A-l.2

The

requirements

like thickness,

tensile

strength,

elongation

at break

and compression

set are

suitable

for control

by

the

use

of control

chart

for

averages

and

ranges.

The

surface

defects

can

be

controlled

by

the

use of

control

chart

for number

of defects.

 

A-2.

LOT

INSPECTION

 

A-2.1

Lot

-

In

a single

consignment

of rubher

mats

all the rolls ofthe

same

colour.

size,

thickness

and

rated

potential

belonging

to

the

same

batch

of

manufacture

 

shall

be grouped

together

to constitute

a lot.

 

A-2.2

For

,judging

conformity

to

this

specification

each

lot

shall

be

considered

separately.

For this purpose

a number

of rolls

shall

be taken

at

random

from

the

lot .in accordance

with

rd

1 and

2 of Table

1.

 
 

TABLE1

SCALE OFSAMPLING

 

F;o.OF ROLLS

S.4DfPI.ESIZE

AOXPTASGE

SUB-SAXPLE SIZE SUB-SAYPLE SUE

M

THE LOT

TOHVlsUAL

NO.

FOR k%lYSlCAL

~ORELECTBICAL

 

ANDDIMEN-

CHARACTRRISTIC~

TlCsTs

(1)

(2)

ANDWATER

ABBORPWON

(4)

(5)

CHARACTRRISTIC~ TlCsTs (1) (2) ANDWATER ABBORPWON (4) (5) l .4s agreed to between the purchaser and

l.4s agreed to between the purchaser and the rupplier.

A-2.2.1

In

order

to

ensure

random7

selection

of

rolls

from

the

lot

the

random

number

tables

shall

be used.

In

case

random

number

tables

are

not

available

the

following

procedure

may

be adopted:

 

Starting

.

.

.

from

any

.

, etc,

roll

count

all

the

rolls

in

the

lot

in one

order

as

1, 2, 3,.

up

to

r and

so on

where

r is the integral

part

of N/n.

Every

rth

roll

thus

counted

shall

be

withdrawn

to

constitute

the

sample.

Wethod

for statistical quality control during

production

by the use of control

chut

( rcntutim1.( Since revised ).

   

t&r

ulso IS : 4905- 1968Mrthods for random sampling.

7

chut ( rcntutim1.( Since revised ).     t&r ulso IS : 4905- 1968 Mrthods for
IS : 5424 - 1969   A-2.3 Number of Tests and Criteria for Conforlihity -

IS

: 5424

- 1969

 

A-2.3

Number

of Tests

and Criteria

for

Conforlihity

-

Each of tile

rolls selected

in

A-2.2

from

the

lot

shall

be

inspected

for

visual

and

dimensional

properties

( see 2.1

to 2.4).

The

number

of defective

mats

shall

not exceed

the

acceptance

number

given

in

co1 3 of Table

1

if

the

lot

is to

be accepted

under

this clause.

A-2.3.1

The

lot’ having

satisfied

the visual

and

dimensional

requirements

shall

then

be

tested

for

physical

requirements

in 2.5

and

2.7.

For this

purpose

a sub-sample

in

co1 3 of

Table

1 shall

be taken

from the

sample already

of rolls as Each

selected.

of the rolls

in the, sub-sample

shall 1)~tested

for all

the

physical

requirements

in 2.5

and

2.7.

The

lot

to conform

to

the requirements

of this specificatioq

if each

shall. be declared of the rolls in the

sub-sample

satisfies

all the

requirements

in 2.5

and

2.7.

A-2.3.2

The

number

of mats

to be tested

for electrical

properties

is given

under co1 5 of Table 1. There shall be no failures if the lot is to be declared

acceptable

for these

properties.

given under co1 5 of Table 1. There shall be no failures if the lot is
given under co1 5 of Table 1. There shall be no failures if the lot is
given under co1 5 of Table 1. There shall be no failures if the lot is
given under co1 5 of Table 1. There shall be no failures if the lot is
given under co1 5 of Table 1. There shall be no failures if the lot is
given under co1 5 of Table 1. There shall be no failures if the lot is
BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS   Headquarters Mar& Bhavan, 9 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, NEW

BUREAU

OF INDIAN

STANDARDS

 

Headquarters

Mar&

Bhavan,

9 Bahadur

Shah

Zafar

Marg,

NEW DELHI

110002

Telephones:

323 0131 I 323 3375.323

9402

Fax t 91 11 3234062,

Ql 11 3239399,

91 11 3239382

 

Central

Laboratory

:

\

Telegrams

: Manaksanstha to all Offices) Telephone

(Common

Plot No. 20/Q, Site IV, Sahibabad

industrial

Area,

Sahibabad

201010

 

8-77 06 32

Regional

Offices:

Central

: Manak

Bhavan,

9 Bahadur

Shah

Zafar

Marg,

NEW DELHI

110002

32376

17

*Eastern

: l/14

CIT Scheme VII M, V.I.P.

Road,

Maniktola,

CALCUTTA

700054

337

86 62

Northern

: SC0

335-336,

Sector

34-A,

CHANDIGARH

160022

60 38

43

Southern

: C.I.T. Campus,

IV Cross

Road,

CHENNAI

600113

23523

15

tWestern

: Manakalaya,

EQ, Behind

Marol Telephone

Exchange,

Andheri

(East),

832

92 95

MUMBAI

400093

 

Branch

Offices::

‘Pushpak’,

Nurmohamed

Shaikh

Marg,

Khanpur,

AHMEDABAD

380001

 

550

13 48

$Peenya

Industrial

Area,

1st Stage,

Bangalore-Tumkur

Road,

839

49 55

BANGALORE

560058

 

Gangotri

Complex,

5th Floor, Bhadbhada

Road,

T.T. Nagar,

BHOPAL

462003

55 40

21

Plot No. 62-63,

Unit VI, Ganga

Nag&,

BHUBANESHWAR

751001

40 36

27

Kalaikathir

Buildings,

670 Avinashi

Road,

COIMBATORE

641037

21

01

41

Plot No. 43, Sector

16 A, Mathura

Road,

FARIDABAD

121001

 

8-28

88 01

Savitri

Complex,

116 G.T. Road, GHAZIABAD

201001

8-71

19 96

53/5 Ward No.29,

R.G. Barua Road,

5th By-lane,

GUWAHATI

781003

54

11 37

5-8-56C,

L.N. Gupta

Marg,

Nampally

Station

Road,

HYDERABAD

500001

201083

E-52, Chitaranjan

Marg, C- Scheme,

JAIPUR

302001

37 29

25

117/418

8, Sarvodaya

Nagar,

KANPUR

208005

21

68

76

Seth

Bhawan,

2nd

Floor,

Behind

Leela

Cinema,

Naval

Kishore

Road,

23

89 23

LUCKNOW

226001

 

NIT

Building,

Second

Floor, Gokulpat

Market,

NAGPUR

440010

52

51

71

Patfiputra

Industrial

Estate,

PATNA

800013

26 23

05

Institution

of Engineers

(India)

Building

1332 Shivaji

Nagar,

PUNE

411005

 

32

36 35

T.C. No. 14/l

421, University P. 0. Palayam, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM

695034

621

17

*Sales

Cffice

is at 5 Chowringhee

CALCUTTA

700072

Approach,

P.O. Princep

Street,

271085

tSales

Cffice

is at Novelty

Chambers,

Grant

Road,

MUMBAI

400007

309

65 28

*Sales

Cffice

is at

‘F’ Block,

Unity

Building,

Narashimaraja

Square,

222

39 71

BANGALORE

560002

Reprography

Unit, BIS, New Delhi, India

Unity Building, Narashimaraja Square, 222 39 71 BANGALORE 560002 Reprography Unit, BIS, New Delhi, India
for IS AMENDMENT NO. 2 MARCH 1984 : 5424 - 1969 MATS FOR TO SPECIFICATION

for

IS

AMENDMENT

NO.

2

MARCH

1984

: 5424

- 1969

MATS

FOR

TO

SPECIFICATION

ELECTRICAL

FOR

RUBBER

PURPOSES

( Page 4,

6.5 mm ‘.

clause 2.2.1,

Alteration

seeond line ) -

Substitute

’ 6.5

&

0.5 mm

(PCDC

13)

2.2.1, Alteration seeond line ) - Substitute ’ 6.5 & 0.5 mm ’ (PCDC 13) Reprography
2.2.1, Alteration seeond line ) - Substitute ’ 6.5 & 0.5 mm ’ (PCDC 13) Reprography

Reprography

Unit,

BIS.

New Delhi,

India

2.2.1, Alteration seeond line ) - Substitute ’ 6.5 & 0.5 mm ’ (PCDC 13) Reprography
2.2.1, Alteration seeond line ) - Substitute ’ 6.5 & 0.5 mm ’ (PCDC 13) Reprography
2.2.1, Alteration seeond line ) - Substitute ’ 6.5 & 0.5 mm ’ (PCDC 13) Reprography
2.2.1, Alteration seeond line ) - Substitute ’ 6.5 & 0.5 mm ’ (PCDC 13) Reprography
2.2.1, Alteration seeond line ) - Substitute ’ 6.5 & 0.5 mm ’ (PCDC 13) Reprography
2.2.1, Alteration seeond line ) - Substitute ’ 6.5 & 0.5 mm ’ (PCDC 13) Reprography

\

At4!NDtZNT NO. 3

MARCH 1986

\ At4!NDtZNT NO. 3 MARCH 1986 IS:5424-1969 TO SPECIFICATION FOR RUBBER MATS FOR ELECTRICAL PURPOSES This

IS:5424-1969

TO

SPECIFICATION FOR RUBBER MATS FOR ELECTRICAL PURPOSES

This Amendment No. 3 supersedes Amendment No. 2.

(Page 4, c'lause2.2.1, line 2) - Substitute

'6.5 + 0.05 mm' for 'not less than 6.5 mm'. 'ii.

(FCDC 13)

Reprography Unit, BIS, New Delhi, India

m m ' f o r 'not less than 6.5 mm'. 'ii. (FCDC 13) Reprography Unit,
m m ' f o r 'not less than 6.5 mm'. 'ii. (FCDC 13) Reprography Unit,
m m ' f o r 'not less than 6.5 mm'. 'ii. (FCDC 13) Reprography Unit,
m m ' f o r 'not less than 6.5 mm'. 'ii. (FCDC 13) Reprography Unit,
m m ' f o r 'not less than 6.5 mm'. 'ii. (FCDC 13) Reprography Unit,
m m ' f o r 'not less than 6.5 mm'. 'ii. (FCDC 13) Reprography Unit,
m m ' f o r 'not less than 6.5 mm'. 'ii. (FCDC 13) Reprography Unit,
AMENDMENT NO. 4 TO NOVEMBER 1987 IS:5424-1969 SPECIFICATION FOR RUBBER MATS FOR ELECTRICAL PURPOSES clause

AMENDMENT NO. 4

TO

NOVEMBER 1987

IS:5424-1969 SPECIFICATION FOR RUBBER MATS FOR ELECTRICAL PURPOSES

SPECIFICATION FOR RUBBER MATS FOR ELECTRICAL PURPOSES clause 5.1.3) - following for the existing clause: (

clause 5.1.3) -

following for the existing clause:

(Page

6,

Substitute the

'5.1.3 Compression Set I Carry out the test as

pre cribed in IS:3400(Part lOI-1977)-at 2722°C for

8

2452 hours.'

lOI-1977)-at 2722°C for 8 2 4 5 2 hours.' *lethods of test for vulcanized rubbers: Part
lOI-1977)-at 2722°C for 8 2 4 5 2 hours.' *lethods of test for vulcanized rubbers: Part
lOI-1977)-at 2722°C for 8 2 4 5 2 hours.' *lethods of test for vulcanized rubbers: Part
lOI-1977)-at 2722°C for 8 2 4 5 2 hours.' *lethods of test for vulcanized rubbers: Part

*lethods of test for vulcanized rubbers: Part 10