ASTM International - ASTM F2441-12(2018)

Standard Practice for Labeling of Backpacking and Mountaineering Tents and Bivouac Sacks

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 1 April 2018
Status: historical
Page Count: 3
ICS Code (Camping equipment and camp-sites): 97.200.30
significance And Use:

4.1 These warnings are intended as preventive measures against most reported hazards. This practice may not apply to all tents or bivouac sacks, and should be modified appropriately.

scope:

1.1 This practice establishes requirements for the information that shall be permanently affixed to backpacking and mountaineering tents and bivouac sacks.

1.2 This international standard was developed in accordance with internationally recognized principles on standardization established in the Decision on Principles for the Development of International Standards, Guides and Recommendations issued by the World Trade Organization Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Committee.

Document History

December 1, 2020
Standard Practice for Labeling of Recreational Camping Tents and Bivouac Sacks
4.1 These warnings are intended as preventive measures against the most commonly reported hazards of which the subcommittee is aware. 4.2 A permanent warning label shall be affixed to all tents...
ASTM F2441-12(2018)
April 1, 2018
Standard Practice for Labeling of Backpacking and Mountaineering Tents and Bivouac Sacks
1.1 This practice establishes requirements for the information that shall be permanently affixed to backpacking and mountaineering tents and bivouac sacks. 1.2 This international standard was...
May 1, 2012
Standard Practice for Labeling of Backpacking and Mountaineering Tents and Bivouac Sacks
These warnings are intended as preventive measures against most reported hazards. This practice may not apply to all tents or bivouac sacks, and should be modified appropriately.
May 1, 2005
Standard Practice for Labeling of Backpacking and Mountaineering Tents and Bivouac Sacks
These warnings are intended as preventive measures against most reported hazards. This practice may not apply to all tents or bivouac sacks, and should be modified appropriately.
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