GSO ISO 718:2007

Gulf Technical Regulation   Current Edition
Approved on  05 June 2007

LABORATORY GLASSWARE - THERMAL SHOCK AND THERMAL SHOCK ENDURANCE —TEST METHODS

Metrology and measurement in general
Including measuring instruments in general, preferred numbers, standard measures, general aspects of reference materials, etc.

GSO ISO 718:2007 Files

Arabic 7 Pages
Current Edition
25.11 BHD
English 3 Pages
Current Edition Reference Language
16.47 BHD

GSO ISO 718:2007 Scope

This GSO standard specifies a thermal shock test and the procedure for determining the thermal shock endurance for laboratory glassware in the condition received by the customer. This GSO standard does not apply to fused silica ware and annealed containers made from soda-lime-silicate glass. Annealed containers made from soda-lime-silicate glass shall be tested according to GSO standard which will be approved by GSO concerned with Glass containers – Thermal shock resistance and thermal shock endurance – Test methods” (1) .

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