ASTM E 662-14 Smoke Generation
ASTM E 662-14 (smoke generation) is another fire-test method that determines the specific optical density of smoke generated by solid materials and is frequently performed with ASTM E162. ASTM E662 is commonly used to test products like coatings and plastics for construction purposes. The test takes place in a smoke density chamber where a light beam (radiant heat source) is shined through the chamber, creating smoke that is measured using a photosensor. ASTM E662 is used often in military, railroad, and construction industries.
ASTM E 662-14 Compounds
Kismet Rubber Products meets ASTM E 662-14 requirements in several compounds in the Transit Grade Rubber industry, including Low Smoke & Flame Neoprene (65 Duro), Neoprene Sponge, Silicone, and EPDM.
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