• DD ISO/TS 14934-4:2007

    Superseded A superseded Standard is one, which is fully replaced by another Standard, which is a new edition of the same Standard.

    Fire tests. Calibration of heat flux meters Guidance on the use of heat flux meters in fire tests

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Superseded date:  31-08-2014

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  31-08-2007

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Foreword
    Introduction
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 General information on heat flux meters
        4.1 General
        4.2 Principle of measurement
        4.3 Design of heat flux meter
        4.4 Measurement characteristics
        4.5 Physical shape of heat flux meter
    5 Attachments to heat flux meters
        5.1 Air purging
        5.2 Windows
        5.3 Cooling system
    6 Selection of a suitable heat flux meter
        6.1 General
        6.2 Range of measurement
        6.3 Type, dimensions and orientation
        6.4 View angle
        6.5 Response time
        6.6 Sensitivity to convective heat transfer
    7 Performing a measurement
        7.1 Installation
        7.2 Target surface
        7.3 Electronics
        7.4 Relationship between output voltage and total heat flux
    8 Calibration
        8.1 Secondary standard heat flux meter
        8.2 Working standard heat flux meters
        8.3 Frequency of calibration
    9 Maintenance
        9.1 Absorber
        9.2 Wiring
        9.3 Water supply
    10 Use of heat flux meters in fire tests
        10.1 General
        10.2 Ignitability test
        10.3 Spread of flame test
        10.4 Heat release, smoke production and mass loss
        10.5 Full-scale room test for surface products
        10.6 Façade tests
        10.7 Spread of flame test for floor coverings
        10.8 Intermediate-scale heat-release calorimeter (ICAL)
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    Provides guidance on the use of heat flux meters in fire testing applications, including the description and working principles of common heat flux meters and methods for their selection and maintenance.

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    Committee FSH/21
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
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    Status Superseded
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    ISO 5660-1:2015 Reaction-to-fire tests Heat release, smoke production and mass loss rate Part 1: Heat release rate (cone calorimeter method) and smoke production rate (dynamic measurement)
    ASTM C 1130 : 2017 : REDLINE Standard Practice for Calibration of Thin Heat Flux Transducers
    ISO 5658-2:2006 Reaction to fire tests Spread of flame Part 2: Lateral spread on building and transport products in vertical configuration
    ISO 9705:1993 Fire tests Full-scale room test for surface products
    ISO 9060:1990 Solar energy Specification and classification of instruments for measuring hemispherical solar and direct solar radiation
    ISO 5657:1997 Reaction to fire tests Ignitability of building products using a radiant heat source
    ISO 5660-2:2002 Reaction-to-fire tests Heat release, smoke production and mass loss rate Part 2: Smoke production rate (dynamic measurement)
    ISO/TS 14934-1:2002 Fire tests Calibration and use of radiometers and heat flux meters Part 1: General principles
    ISO 13943:2017 Fire safety — Vocabulary
    ISO 5658-4:2001 Reaction to fire tests — Spread of flame — Part 4: Intermediate-scale test of vertical spread of flame with vertically oriented specimen
    ISO/TR 14696:1999 Reaction to fire tests Determination of fire parameters of materials, products and assemblies using an intermediate-scale heat release calorimeter (ICAL)
    ISO 13785-2:2002 Reaction-to-fire tests for faades Part 2: Large-scale test
    ISO 17554:2014 Reaction to fire tests Mass loss measurement
    ISO/TR 5660-3:2003 Reaction-to-fire tests Heat release, smoke production and mass loss rate Part 3: Guidance on measurement
    ISO 9239-2:2002 Reaction to fire tests for floorings — Part 2: Determination of flame spread at a heat flux level of 25 kW/m2
    ISO 14934-2:2013 Fire tests — Calibration and use of heat flux meters — Part 2: Primary calibration methods
    ISO 14934-3:2012 Fire tests — Calibration and use of heat flux meters — Part 3: Secondary calibration method
    ISO 9239-1:2010 Reaction to fire tests for floorings Part 1: Determination of the burning behaviour using a radiant heat source
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