Test Procedures for the thermal evaluation of insulation systems for equipment should include introductory remarks necessary for a clear understanding of the objectives of the particular tests with respect to the industry served and of the special requirements that exist. If any different or new concepts of insulation behavior, or use, are embodied in a Test Procedure, they should be clearly stated. Technical Committees should attempt to assure that each Test Procedure: 1. Gives statistically consistent results. 2. Provides data free from bias of the tester. 3. If models are used, they give results representative of the equipment. The equipment itself may be evaluated where feasible. 4. Results in information that correlates with field experience in a satisfactory manner
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