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Provides details for a fire test where a number of cables are bunched together to simulate a theoretical installation. There are three categories of combustible material per metre of cable subjected to the test. The test is primarily intended to classify cables and to give a guide to users on the relative merits of the three categories from the aspect of fire propagation under the conditions defined in the test.
 

Document History

  1. AS/NZS IEC 60332.3.21:2021


    Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions, Part 3.21: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables - Category A F/R

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  2. AS/NZS IEC 60332.3.21:2017


    Tests on electric cables under fire conditions, Part 3.21: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically - mounted bunched wires or cables - Category A F/R

    • Historical Version
  3. AS/NZS 1660.5.1:2005


    Test methods for electric cables, cords and conductors, Method 5.1: Fire tests - Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables

    • Historical Version
  4. AS/NZS 1660.5.1:1998


    Test methods for electric cables, cords and conductors, Method 5.1: Fire tests - Tests on bunched cables

    • Historical Version
  5. AS 1660.5.1-1993


    Test methods for electric cables, cords and conductors, Method 5.1: Fire tests - Tests on bunched cables

    • Historical Version
  6. INT 88001-1988

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    Methods of test for electric cables, cords and conductors, Method 5.1: Fire tests - Tests on bunched cables (Proposed to become AS 1660.5.1)

    • Historical Version