BS56672 part 2

Russian translation: British Standard

06:55 Aug 3, 2000
English to Russian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: BS56672 part 2
This is kind of certification for thermal flusks. It might be O.K. just left as it is, but I would prefer to know if there is any equivalent used in Russian or to have an explaination of what exactly it stands for. (Context: Quality checked and certified to BS56672 part 2).
Gala Connell (X)
Local time: 05:43
Russian translation:British Standard
Explanation:
Looks like British Standard.
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Andrey Tchourakov
Russian Federation
Local time: 07:43
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naBritish Standard 56672, Part 2
Valery Lebedew
naBritish Standard
Andrey Tchourakov
naBritish Standard
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26 mins
British Standard


Explanation:
Looks like British Standard.

Andrey Tchourakov
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27 mins
British Standard


Explanation:
Looks like British Standard.

Andrey Tchourakov
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29 mins
British Standard 56672, Part 2


Explanation:
This is a technical specification and represents the standards of design, manufacture, etc with which the manufactured article must comply if so requested.
There are many of them, specified under different numbers of course.


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