International Standards for Mechanical Properties and Industrial Materials While some businesses are focused on growth internationally, others focus more on local laws. The ambiguity in respect to international rules is mainly due to the specification of the activities of an company or organisation in addition to the size. Nowadays, one of the most universal records regulating the conduct of both corporations and small firms is the international ISO standards. These standards not only help you to manage your existing processes, but help you reach higher levels of efficiency. We'll show you few of the most current and relevant standards for industrial materials.
Plastics- Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC)- Part 8: Determination of thermal conductivity (ISO 11357-8:2021) EN ISO 11357-8:2021
The effects of heat on plastics could have different effects. Toxicology can be extremely dangerous. International standards such as EN ISO11357-8: 2021 were designed to regulate this kind of procedure. This document describes a method to measure the thermal conductivity of solid unfilled, filled, or fiber reinforced plastics and other composite materials using differential scanning calorimetry. This technique is appropriate for materials that have thermal conductivities greater than 1 W/(m*K). We suggest that you keep this standard available if your work involves exposure to any of the listed technologies.
Plastics- Determination of the viscosity of polymers in dilute solution using capillary viscometers- Part 1: General principles (ISO 1628-1:2021) EN ISO 1628-1:2021
Sometimes, specific standards are developed for certain types of activities, nevertheless even so, there continue to be global and general international standards, one of which is EN ISO 1628-1: 2021. This document outlines the requirements needed to determine the intrinsic viscosity and the decrease and diminished viscosities for organic polymers made of natural organic compounds in liquid dilute. It specifies the parameters to be used to determine the viscosity. The record is utilized to develop standards to measure viscosities for various polymers. It is also used to report viscosities of different polymers. The standard is able to be used to measure any function. This standard is generic. We suggest that you go to the website to learn more about particular documents or subcategories.
Glued-in rods in glued structural timber products- Testing, requirements and bond shear strength classification EN 17334:2021
In order for manufacturing processes to be successful be executed, this phase includes an evaluation of existing products and services. This phase is crucial as it determines the effectiveness and quality of the next manufacturing activities. EN 17334-2021 is a document that regulates these procedures. This document describes test methods for determining the suitability and compatibility of two-part epoxy (and two-part polyurethane) adhesives for glued in steel rods in glue laminated wood (GLT) and glued timber (GST). It is based on EN 14080, EN 16351, and EN 143774. It outlines performance requirements, and the determinations feature the bond strength of these adhesives for the prefabrication under factory-like or mill requirements for joints involving loads-bearing wooden products, and steel bars only. This document does NOT provide information on the performance of adhesives that are used for glue-on-site other than in factory-like scenarios.
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