standards for the electrical properties of plastic - polypropylene film
Plastic can naturally resist current and dissipate static electricity.
The electrical properties of the polymer depend on the additives in the material and the humidity and temperature of the surrounding environment.
Some organizations have published standards for determining the electrical properties of plastics, measuring the properties of conductive plastics, and the insulating properties of plastics for wire use.
Formal standards have been developed for conductive plastics and plastics, which are used for insulated conductors by different groups such as IEC and ASTM International.
ASTM plastic electrical properties standard plastic conductivity is naturally very low;
They are used as insulating materials because they cannot carry electricity.
ASTM d800 is an American standard for determining the electrical strength of plastics.
The dielectric constant or dielectric constant of the plastic conforms to ASTM standard d150.
ASTM D257 is a standard test procedure for measuring the resistance of materials to moving charges.
ASTM d2 _ 2 is a test procedure for determining the dust resistance of electrical insulation materials. ASTM D790-
10 is a test procedure for determining the bending performance of plastic used for insulating wires, measuring its ability to withstand bending. ASTM D672-
10 is a similar bending test, but four-point bending of the sample is used.
The thickness of the insulating material can be found using ASTM d374.
ASTM D1711 gives the standard term for plastic to be used as electrical insulation ASTM D176-
Released in 2012, the standard method for testing compounds used in electrical insulation was given. ASTM D176-
07 includes a test method for the dielectric strength and dielectric constant of additives added to the polymer.
The process of testing the tensile properties of laminated materials is usually performed in accordance with ASTM D638-10.
09 B is a process for electrical insulation.
ANSI standard ANSI c33.
60 is the standard for underground circuits with plastic insulation. ANSI C33.
80 is the ANSI standard for wires insulated with plastic protective covers.
This standard is cross-cutting.
Refer to the general laboratory standard UL 83. ANSI C59.
87 is the standard for acetic acid tablets and films.
This standard is related to ASTM D1202-
84 were withdrawn in 1990. ANSI C59.
11 is the process of testing the impact resistance of electrical insulation wires approved by ANSI.
IEC standard conductive plastics for conductive polymers and electrical insulators are commonly used as electronic components.
Independent Electrical Contractors or IEC have issued standards for electronic components made of conductive polymers and electrical insulation. IEC 60384-
13 is the standard for capacitors made of conductive polypropylene film. IEC 60384-
24 is the standard for capacitors made of conductive polymer electrolyte. IEC 243-
1 is the test procedure to determine the electrical strength of plastic insulation pipe.
The new standards for conductive polymers are released as they are integrated into current theoretical applications such as flexible solar cells.
The ISO standard for plastic select conductive plastics is used for flexible electronics, thin assemblies, and transparent displays.
ISO Standard 472 provides vocabulary for other ISO standards for plastics.
No polymer performs charge without adding conductive additives, although the plastic differs in its ability to conduct or resist charge.
ISO 9944, released in 1990, is a process for determining the conductivity of plastics made of phenol resin.
ISO 8031 provides an overview of the process to determine the resistance of the rubber host and pipe.
ISO 16525 is a set of nine standards for testing conductive adhesives.
ISO 16525 part 2 or ISO 16525-
2 a test method for determining the electrical properties of conductive adhesive is given. ISO 60893-
2 is the specification of laminated plates used as electrical insulation.
The general laboratory standard 83 is suitable for thermoplastic insulated wires and cables.
The general Laboratory publication UL 746 a gives UL's recommended procedures for determining electrical and mechanical properties of polymers.
UL test can be performed on ASTM standard plastic test rods.