SS-EN-ISO-22088-6 › Plastics - Determination of resistance to environmental stress cracking (ESC) - Part 6: Slow strain rate method (ISO 22088-6:2006)
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This part of ISO 22088 describes a procedure for assessing the environmental stress cracking (ESC) susceptibility of polymeric materials in chemical environments by slowly increasing the strain applied to a tensile specimen at a constant rate. It is applicable to test specimens prepared by moulding and/or machining and can be used to assess the relative ESC susceptibility of a material exposed to different environments or the relative ESC susceptibility of different plastics exposed to a specific environment. This is essentially a ranking test and is not intended for the provision of design data. The principle advantage of the test compared with the test methods described in Parts 2 to 5 of ISO 22088 is the rapidity with which the ESC susceptibility of a particular polymer/environment combination can be assessed.
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SS-EN ISO 22088-6:2009
July 3, 2009
EN ISO 22088-6:2009(IDT); ISO 22088-6:2006(IDT)