Obsolete Standards Annex A

 

Annex A

 

Withdrawn parts of BS 7655

Part 1 Cross-linked elastomeric insulating compounds  
Part 1.1 Harmonized types Now in BS EN 50363-1
Part 1.6 Coil end lead types Materials withdrawn from use
Part 2 Cross-linked elastomeric sheathing compounds  
Part 2.1 Harmonized types Now in BS EN 50363-2-1
Part 2.2 Heat resisting types Materials withdrawn from use
Part 2.5 Sheathing compounds having low smoke and acid gas emission for general applications Materials withdrawn from use
Part 3 PVC insulating compounds  
Part 3.1 Harmonized types Now in BS EN 50363-3-1
Part 4 PVC sheathing compounds  
Part 4.1 Harmonized types Now in BS EN 50363-4-1
Part 4.3 Special applications – RF cables Materials withdrawn from use
Part 5 Cross-linked insulating compounds having low emission of corrosive gases, and suitable for use in cables having low emission of smoke when affected by fire  
Part 5.1 Harmonized cross-linked types Now in BS EN 50363-5
Part 8 Cross-linked sheathing compounds having low emission of corrosive gases, and suitable for use in cables having low emission of smoke when affected by fire  
Part 8.1 Harmonized cross-linked types Now in BS EN 50363-8
Part 8.2 Ordinary duty oil resisting Application covered by Part 2.6
Part 11 Miscellaneous insulating compounds  
Part 11.1 Harmonized cross-linked PVC Now in BS EN 50363-9-1
Part 12 Miscellaneous sheathing compounds  
Part 12.1 Harmonized thermoplastic polyurethane (TMPU) sheathing compound Now in BS EN 50363-10-2
Part 12.2 Harmonized cross-linked PVC Now in BS EN 50363-10-1

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