Much of the immersion testing done in the industry is not in compliance with the D471. The objective would be to bring the standard in alignment with typical industry practice. This modification will allow for the use of less fluid and less testing capacity to generate the same amount of data.
Keywordselevated temperature; fluid immersion; immersion oil; IRM reference oil; liquid immersion; reference fuel; reference oil; rubber articles; rubber products; service liquid; Accelerated aging/testing--rubber/related materials; Breaking strength/tenacity--rubber; Bursting strength--rubber; Change in length; Dimensional change; Elevated temperature tests--rubber; Elongation--rubber; Evaporation loss; Fluid immersion; Fuel oils; Fuels (test medias); Hardness tests; Immersion--rubber materials/applications; Liquids immersion--effect on rubber; Oils (test medias); Reference fuel; Rubber adhesion; Service liquid; Tear resistance; Tensile properties/testing--rubber/related materials; Testing methods--rubber; Volume change; Water displacement test;
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