Presented to the ASTM G04 Committee. October NASA Standards to ASTM . ASTM. • ASTM G63 for evaluating nonmetals. • ASTM G94 for. relative oxygen compatibility ranking, similar to that described in ASTM G Solvents are selected based on their ranking with respect to minimal ignition. Technical Information System (MAPTIS) database and ASTM G63 and ASTM G results are not available through ASTM, NASA, or other sources, materials.

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Its scope has been narrowed to address only nonmetals and a separate standard Guide G94 has been developed to address metals.

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It is concerned primarily with the properties of a material associated with its relative susceptibility to ignition and propagation of combustion; it does not involve mechanical properties, potential toxicity, outgassing, reactions between various materials in the system, functional reliability, or performance characteristics such as physical aging, degradation, abrasion, hardening, or embrittlement, except when these might contribute to an ignition.

ASTM G63 – 15 – Standard Guide for Evaluating Nonmetallic Materials for Oxygen Service

The American Society for Testing and Materials takes no position respecting the validity of any evaluation methods asserted in connection with any item mentioned in this guide. Its scope has been narrowed to address only nonmetals and v63 separate standard Guide G94 has been developed to address metals. It aetm not intended as a specification for approving materials for oxygen service.

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