DC voltage levels in parallel to AC voltage in the ASTM inclined plane tracking and Index Terms — DC Inclined plane test, tracking and erosion, ASTM D ASTM D Standard Test Methods for Liquid-Contaminant, Inclined-Plane Tracking and Erosion of Insulating Materials. The use of polymers covered cables for medium voltage electricity distribution grids is an attractive option in Brazil thanks to their low cost and simplic.
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Historical Version s – view previous versions of standard. The surface to be tested must be specified. Such contamination is considered representative of some severe industrial environments. The recommended minimum number of samples is 20 samples; the preferred number of samples for each material is The condition of the surface of the material will greatly effect the results. You can unsubscribe anytime. Dust—and—Fog Tracking and Erosion Resistance of Electrical Insulating Materials This test method evaluates the tracking resistance of a material in a continually wet and dusty environment.
A minimum of 5 specimens are recommended. The preferred test specimens are mm 4 inches diameter disks with a minimum thickness of 2. All test specimens should be free of surface imperfections such as scratches and dd2303. In this case, the time-to-track technique is used, since time is required to decompose the contaminant solution and build up conducting residues on the sample surface.
This is the most harsh of the most common track resistance tests. Use caution when making either direct or comparative service behavior inferences derived from the results of tracking tests.
For example, an ionic contaminant containing, in addition, a carbonaceous component such as sugar is substituted to cause tracking on very resistant materials like polymethylmethacrylate.
The use of this method for measuring erosion is consequently important.
ASTM D2303 – Inclined-Plane Tracking and Erosion Tester
One test means up to 5 tests on a single material; the five tests can be conducted on different individual test specimens or on a single test specimen asfm the separation between the test locations is sufficient to avoid damage of one test to the surface of another test location.
Watch d3203 video about Inclined Plane Testing. At least 5 specimens per material per thickness to be tested must be provided; the preferred number is 7 specimens. Charles, MO,http: Flat surface approximately 2 by 5 inches 50mm by mm and of a thickness rigid enough to support itself without flexing or bending. Specific precautionary statements are given in Section 8.
This method evaluates surface tracking and erosion through the material. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.
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The preferred test specimen s: To arrange tracking tests, request a quote online wstm or call A minimum of 5 specimens per material per thickness must be tested, however, that number is only sufficient if the number of drops falls exactly in line with expectations. Approximately x mm and minimum of 1.
Charles, MO Email Us. The effects are similar to those that may occur in service under the influence of dirt combined with moisture condensed from the atmosphere. For erosion studies, only tests as a function of time at constant voltage are useful.