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ISO 14624-1:2003

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Space systems — Safety and compatibility of materials — Part 1: Determination of upward flammability of materials

ISO 14624-1:2003 specifies a method for the determination of the flammability of aerospace materials by upward flame propagation. Specifically, this test determines if a material, when exposed to a standard ignition source, will self-extinguish and not transfer burning debris to adjacent materials which can be ignited by such debris.

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