Tubing, capillaries and stems made of borosilicate glass 3,3. General specifications
Трубки, капилляры и палочки из боросиликатного стекла 3,3. Общие технические условия
Status: Effective - Introduced for the first time. IUS 1-1988 The limitation of the effectiveness period has been lifted: Protocol No. 2-92 of the IGU dated 05.10.92 (IUS 2-1993)
The standard applies to tubes, capillaries and borosilicate glass 3.3 sticks used for the manufacture of laboratory instruments and their parts. The standard does not apply to tubes used for the manufacture of dimensional laboratory glassware.
Стандарт распространяется на трубки, капилляры и палочки из боросиликатного стекла 3,3, применяемые для изготовления лабораторных приборов и их деталей. Стандарт не распространяется на трубки, применяемые для изготовления мерной лабораторной посуды.
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Approved: USSR State Committee for Standards,
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