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BSS 7239

 

Fire Test to Aircraft Material – Toxicity – Boeing Standard: BSS 7239

 

>> BSS 7239 Fire Test to Aircraft Material – Toxicity

 

BSS 7239: Test method for toxic gas generation by materials on combustion

 

>> BSS 7239 Fire Test to Aircraft Material – Toxicity

 

BSS 7239 Fire Test to Aircraft Material – Toxicity - Brief

 

Gases produced for analysis are generated in a specified, calibrated smoke chamber during standard rate of smoke generation testing (ASTM E 662), in both flaming combustion and non-flaming pyrolytic decomposition test modes

 

BSS 7239 Fire Test to Aircraft Material – Gases measured

 

The following gases are required to be measured by this test standard 

- CO     Carbon monoxide

- HF     Hydrogen Fluoride

- HCl     Hydrogen chloride

- NOx    Nitrogen oxides (Both NO, nitric oxide, and NO2, Nitrogen dioxide, are detected)

- SO2    Sulfur dioxide

- HCN    Hydrogen cyanide

 

 

>> Fire test to aircraft material – relative standards

 

> FAR 25.853 flammability test to aircraft material

> Air bus standardABD 0031 - airbus fire testing – flame, smoke and toxicity

> Boeing StandardBSS 7238 fire testing to smoke density

> Boeing StandardBSS 7239 fire testing to toxicity

> ASTM StandardASTM E 662 fire testing to Smoke Density

> ASTM StandardASTM E 162 Surface Flammability of materials