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ISO and ASME

12/07/2015 1:57 PM

Which ISO or ASME describe the properties range and composition of electrographite carbon brush. I need this information.

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Re: ISO and ASME

12/07/2015 2:09 PM

NEMA Standards Publication CB 1-2000 (R2012)

Brushes for Electrical Machines

You might also want to look up:

ASTM C886

IEEE 116 (no longer published)

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12/07/2015 2:21 PM

thanks

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Re: ISO and ASME

12/07/2015 2:33 PM

By the way, I used the IHS Standards Expert to find those. My company subscribes to this service.

https://www.ihs.com/products/standards-expert.html

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12/07/2015 4:31 PM

You have just made a "friend" for life.

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12/07/2015 7:10 PM

Never hurts to give credit where credit is due.

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02/29/2016 8:54 AM

This may help

http://www.morganelectricalmaterials.com/sites/default/files/technicalhandbookglobalproof_0.pdf

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