Single Flame Source Test
BS EN ISO11925-2:2020
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Single Flame Source Test (BS EN ISO 11925-2:2020)
This method specifies a test for determining the ignitability of products by direct small-flame impingement under zero impressed irradiance using vertically oriented test specimens.
The test specimens are cut from a sample which is representative of the product to be tested (e.g. it shall be tested as an assembly of component and not individually). When a substrate is used a specimen must be tested with a substrate representative of the end-use application.
Each specimen is 250 ±2mm long and 90 ±2mm vide and are conditioned in accordance with 2.3.
The samples are tested with 2 exposure conditions to a 20mm flame:
Surface exposure – 40mm above bottom edge
Edge exposure – at the bottom of the specimen
6 samples must be tested in each exposure – a total of 12 samples.
The flame is applied for 15 or 30s, depending on the classification sought.
The pass/fail criteria for classification are spread of flame to 150mm for the application of the burner flame.