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ANSI/AMCA 250-22

Laboratory Methods of Testing Jet Fans for Performance

This standard deals with the determination of technical characteristics needed to verify manufacturing of the specified performance characteristics of jet fans for longitudinal applications (e.g., thrust and airflow). It does not cover those fans designed for ducted applications, nor those designed solely for air circulation (e.g., ceiling fans and table fans). Additionally, the test procedures described in this standard relate to laboratory conditions only. The measurement of performance under in-situ conditions is not part of this standard.


ANSI/ANS-15.17-1981 (R2000)

Fire Protection Program Criteria for Research Reactors

This standard provides criteria for a fire protection program for research reactor facilities and for the reactor safety-related systems included in those facilities. It stresses preservation of the capability to achieve and maintain safe shutdown of the reactor and includes consideration of both direct fire hazards and indirect or consequential hazards.


ANSI/ANS-2.17-2010 (R2021)

Evaluation of Subsurface Radionuclide Transport at Commercial Nuclear Power Plants

This standard establishes the requirements for evaluating the occurrence and movement of radionuclides in the subsurface resulting from abnormal radionuclide releases at commercial nuclear power plants. This standard applies to abnormal radionuclide releases that affect groundwater, water supplies derived from groundwater, and surface waters affected by subsurface transport, including exposure pathways across the groundwater-surface-water transition zone.


ANSI/ANS-55.1-2021

Solid Radioactive Waste Processing System for Light-Water-Cooled Reactor Plants

This standard sets forth the design, construction, and performance requirements for a solid radioactive waste processing system for light-water-cooled reactor plants. For the purposes of this standard, the solid radioactive waste processing system begins at the interface with the liquid radioactive waste processing system boundary and at the inlets to the spent resin, filter sludge, evaporator and/or membrane concentrate, and phase separator tanks. In addition, this standard pertains to dry active waste, mixed waste, and other solid radioactive waste forms that are generated as part of the operation and maintenance of light-water-cooled reactor plants. The system includes facilities for temporary (up to 30 days of anticipated normal waste generation) on-site storage of packaged waste but terminates at the point of loading the filled drums and other containers on a vehicle. The solid radioactive waste processing system is not a safety-class system as defined by ANS-51.1-1983 (R1988) (withdrawn) or ANS-52.1-1983 (R1988) (withdrawn).


ANSI/ANS-58.3-1992 (R2018)

Physical Protection for Nuclear Safety-Related Systems and Components

This standard sets forth physical protection criteria for nuclear safety-related systems and components in stations using light water reactors. This standard includes an identification of potential hazards to nuclear safety-related systems and components and acceptable means of ensuring the protection of this equipment from these hazards.


ASME/ANS RA-1.3-2017

Standard for Radiological Accident Offsite Consequence Analysis (Level 3 PRA) to Support Nuclear Installation Applications

This Standard sets forth requirements for the consequence analysis portion of probabilistic risk assessments (PRAs) used to support risk-informed decisions for accidents involving the release of radioactive materials into the atmosphere. It is expected that the primary use of this Standard would be in support of nuclear power plants, although it could support broader applications. In these cases, supplemental requirements may be needed to ensure technical adequacy. This portion of a PRA is typically known as a Level 3 analysis.


ASA/ANSI S12.9-2021/Part 4

Quantities and procedures for description and measurement of environmental sound - Part 4: noise assessment and prediction of long-term community response

This Standard specifies methods to assess environmental sounds and to predict the annoyance response of communities to long-term noise from any and all types of environmental sounds produced by one or more distinct or distributed sound sources. The sound sources may be separate or in various combinations. Application of the method of the Standard is limited to areas where people reside and related long-term land uses. This Standard does not address the effects of intrusive sound on people in areas of short-term use such as parks and wilderness areas, nor does it address other effects of noise such as sleep disturbance or health effects. This Standard does not provide a method to predict the community response to short-term, infrequent, non-repetitive sources of sound.


ASA/ANSI S2.75-2021/Part 3

Shaft Alignment Methodology, Part 3: Alignment of vertically oriented rotating machinery

This standard establishes methodology consistent with industry best practices for the measurement, analysis, and correction of alignment of shafts on vertically oriented rotating machinery coupled by either flexible or rigid type couplings. Examples of different types of vertically oriented pumps are discussed but the measurement, analysis, and correction principles will apply to any type of rotating machinery where the shafts are oriented in a position other than pure horizontal. The standard addresses conditions for machinery mounting, acceptability criteria for spigot fits on machine casings, and acceptability guidelines for vertically oriented shafts with rigid couplings. Ancilliary information is provided in five Annexes.


ANSI X9.100-187-2021/ASC X9 TR 47-2022

Electronic Exchange of Check and Image Data and Universal Companion Document Industry Adoption of X9.100-187 Bundle

This bundle contains the ANSI X9.100-187-2021 Electronic Exchange of Check and Image Data and ASC X9 TR 47-2022 Universal Companion Document Industry Adoption of X9.100-187. The ANSI X9.100-187 standard provides the financial industry with a format necessary to perform electronic check exchange (ECE), with or without images. The format supports forward presentment, posting, return notification, and returns, as well as existing customer information reporting products. The standard also supports multiple check clearing alternatives, e.g., bank-to-bank, bank-to-switch. The ASC X9 TR 47-2022 document clarifies how financial institutions should use the ANSI X9.100-187 standard to ensure all necessary and appropriate payment data is exchanged between collecting and paying institutions. The use of this document requires that all image exchange participants obtain, use and adhere to the record and field usage definitions detailed in the ANSI X9.100-187 standard. Users of this document are required to review and be knowledgeable of the full standard to ensure file structure and data and field specifications are understood and used correctly. This document further defines the specific usage of the ANSI X9.100-187 standard and describes all of the records and fields which contain critical payment data.


ASME A112.18.6/CSA B125.6-17-2017 (R2021)

Flexible Water Connectors

This Standard establishes requirements for flexible water connectors used in potable water systems under continuous pressure and in accessible locations only. It covers physical and performance requirements, test methods, materials, connections, and other significant properties, in addition to a general description of materials used. Certain features of construction of the finished product are given, together with the method of marking and identification. The provisions of this Standard are not intended to prevent the use of any alternate material or method of construction provided any such alternate meets the intent of this Standard.


ASME B18.16M-2004 (R2021)

Prevailing-Torque-Type Steel Metric Hex Nuts and Hex Flange Nuts (B18.16M - 2004)

This Standard covers the general, dimensional, mechanical, and performance data for metric prevailing-torque hex nuts and hex flange nuts of property classes 5, 9, and 10 as defined in ASTM A563M. The inclusion of dimensional data in this Standard is not intended to imply that all of the nut sizes in conjunction with the various options described herein are stock items. Consumers should consult with suppliers concerning lists of stock production prevailing-torque hex and hex flange nuts. B18.16M-2004 is a consolidation and update of B18.16.1M-1979, B18.16.2M-1979 and B18.16.3M-1998.


ASME B18.18-2017 (R2021)

Quality Assurance for Fasteners

This quality-focused standard establishes in-process and final inspection requirements for fastener products as well as a receiving inspection plan for fastener purchasers. The standard identifies four categories, recognizing that fastener users have widely varying requirements. The four categories covered are as follows: (a) Category 1 - a receiving inspection plan for purchasers. (b) Category 2 - utilizes documented and verifiable in-process controls structured at the producers discretion. (c) Category 3 - utilizes documented and verifiable in-process controls structured at the producers discretion. (d) Category 4 - includes all of the requirements of Category 2 plus a 100% inspection for a specific feature or features. In the preparation of this standard it was recognized that its function must enable it to be a part of the various regimens in use today that attain certain quality levels of products. This standard was written to encompass frameworks that enable the users of this standard to pinpoint which category they wish to use in meeting their own objectives.


ASME B18.2.1-2012 (R2021)

Square, Hex, Heavy Hex, and Askew Head Bolts and Hex, Heavy Hex, Hex Flange, Lobed Head, and Lag Screws (Inch Series)

This Standard covers the dimensional requirements for nine product types of inch series bolts and screws recognized as American National Standard. (Includes errata)


ASME B18.2.9-2010 (R2021)

Straightness Gage and Gaging for Bolts and Screws

This standard describes a gage and gaging procedure for checking bolt or screw straightness at maximum material condition (MMC).


ASME B18.31.1M-2008 (R2021)

Metric Continuous and Double-End Studs

This Standard covers the complete dimensional and general data for continuous-thread and double-end metric series studs recognized as a American National Standard.


ASME B29.100-2011 (R2021)

Double-Pitch Roller Chains, Attachments, and Sprockets (B29.100 - 2011)

This Standard is a revision of the ASME Standard B29.100-2002 Precision Power Transmission, Double Pitch Power Transmission, and Double-Pitch Conveyor Roller Chains, Attachments and Sprockets, achieved by consolidation of two of its three constituent Standards: ASME B29.3 Double-Pitch Power Transmission Roller Chains and Sprockets and ASME B29.4 Double-Pitch Conveyor Roller Chains, Attachments and Sprockets. (The third constituent Standard B29.1 Precision Power Transmission Roller Chains, Attachments and Sprockets was earlier revised and published as a separate Standard B29.1-2011 with its title unchanged). No changes were made to dimensional limits or capacities formerly listed in B29.3M and B29.4M; however, some text and several Tables were merged to eliminate redundancies. This Standard provides consolidated information on double-pitch roller chains of both the conveyor and power transmission types. A double-pitch conveyor roller chain is a series of alternately assembled roller links and pin links in which the pins articulate inside the bushings and the rollers are free to turn on the bushings. The pins and bushings are press-fitted into their respective link plates. The pitch of link plates is twice that of the link plates of the base series chain. Pin link plates and roller link plates have identical, straight-edge contours. A double-pitch power transmission roller chain is similar to a double-pitch conveyor roller chain except that the link-plate widths are usually reduced in the center to produce a figure-eight shape. This reduces the weight of the chain to make it more suitable for power-transmission applications. There are also Tables for (a) General dimensions, measuring loads and minimum ultimate tensile strengths; (b) Ultimate dimensional limits for interchangeability; (c) Dimensional limits for straight- and bent-link plate extensions with one or two attachment holes; (d) Dimensional limits for conveyor chains with extended pins; (e) Sprocket tooth section profile dimensions; (f) Minus tolerances on the bottom or caliper diameters of sprockets for various numbers of effective teeth; and (g) Sprocket factors for small and large roller and power-transmission series.


ASME B29.15M-1997 (R2021)

Steel Roller Type Conveyor Chains, Attachments, and Sprocket Teeth (B29.15M - 1997)

This Standard includes information for Steel Roller Type Conveyor Chains, Attachments and Sprocket Teeth: A series of roller links having steel bushings with rollers to contact the sprocket teeth, alternating with links comprised of sidebars and pins, which articulate in the steel bushings of the roller link. The main topics are (a) General Chain Proportions and Designations; (b) Dimensions of chain links and of attachments; and (c) Sprocket Tooth Form. There are also Tables for (a) General Chain Dimensions , Minimum Ultimate Tensile Strength, Strand Length and Measuring Load (b) Maximum and Minimum Controlling Dimensions for Interchangeable Chain Links; (c) Chain Clearance Dimensions; (d) A-1, A-2, A-42, K-1, K-2 Attachments; (e) Maximum Eccentricity and Face Runout Tolerances of Sprockets; and (f) Sprocket Factors.


ASME B29.200-2001 (R2021)

Welded-Steel-Type Mill Chains, Welded-Steel-Type Drag Chains, Attachments, and Sprocket Teeth (B29.200 - 2001)

There is a newer edition of this document available. This Standard is a consolidation of two ASME Standards, ASME B29.16M-1995 (Welded Steel-Type Mill Chains, Attachments, and Sprocket Teeth) and ASME B29.18M-1993 (Welded Steel-Type Drag Chains, Attachments, and Sprocket Teeth). These two Standards were combined into one because of the similarity of construction and the usual applications for the two types of chains. The welded-steel-type mill chains (B29.16M) were developed to provide a series of steel chains similar to cast chains of the detachable, mill, and combination types. A welded steel-type mill chain is a series of identical welded offset links having barrels to contact the sprocket teeth, and pins which articulate in the barrels of the links. Pins are fixed in the sidebar pitch holes by either press fits and/or mechanical locks , such as flats, to prevent rotation of the pins in the sidebar pitch holes. The main topics of B29.16M are (a) Assembled chain; (b) Disassembled chain; (c) Dimensions of chain; and (d) Sprocket tooth form. There are also Tables for (a) General chain dimensions, Minimum ultimate tensile strength rating, Strand length, and Measuring load for checking chain lengths; (b) Maximum and minimum controlling dimensions for interchangeable chain links; (c) Chain clearance dimensions; (d) A1, A2, A22, F2, F4, K1, K2 and W1 attachments; (e) Sprockets â?? Maximum eccentricity and Face runout tolerances; and (f) Sprocket tooth form factors. Although the welded-steel type mill chains were introduced many years ago for the forest products industries, their extended usage in a variety of materials handling and drive applications in recent years stimulated standardization of the basic types. The welded-steel-type drag chains (B29.18M) were developed to provide a series of steel chains similar to cast drag chains in the offset and combination types. Welded steel drag chains were originally introduced for the forest products industries and their expanded usage in recent years called for standardization of basic sizes. A welded-steel-type drag chain is a series of identical welded offset links having barrels to contact the sprocket teeth, and pins which articulate in the barrels of the links. Pins are fixed in the sidebar pitch holes by either press fits and/or mechanical locks, such as flats, to prevent rotation of the pins in the sidebar pitch holes. The main topics are (a) general chain proportions and designations; (b) Attachments; (c) Sprocket tooth form; and (d) Sprocket design data. There are also Tables for (a) Barrel cross section; (b) General chain dimensions, Minimum ultimate tensile stregth, measuring length, and Load for checking chain lengths; (c) Maximum and minimum controlling dimensions for interchangeable chain links; (d) Chain clearance dimensions; (e) C1, C3, C4, RR and wing-type attachments; (f) Sprocket tooth form factors; and (g) Sprockets: Maximum eccentricity and Face runout tolerances.


ASME B29.22-2001 (R2021)

Drop Forged Rivetless Chains, Sprocket Teeth Drive Chain/Drive Dogs

The drop forged rivetless chain has widespread use in many industries on trolleys, scraper flights, assembly, and similar conveyors. Because materials do not tend to pack in its open structure, the drop forged rivetless chain is used extensively for flight conveyors. Its design permits both horizontal and vertical operation over irregular routes, making it particularly acceptable for trolley conveyor service.


ASME B29.24-2002 (R2021)

Roller Load Chains for Overhead Hoists

The purpose of this Standard is to serve as a guide to purchasers and users of overhead hoists, and also as a reference in related standards such as ASME/ANSI B30.16, Overhead Hoists (Underhung), (latest edition) with respect to roller load chains being made specifically for use in various types of overhead hoists, including general chain dimensions, chain strengths, inspection and maintenance procedures, and guidelines for the proper selection of replacement chain.


ASME B30.9-2021

Slings

Volume B30.9 includes provisions that apply to the fabrication, attachment, use, inspection, testing, and maintenance of slings used for load handling purposes, used in conjunction with equipment described in other volumes of the B30 Standard, except as restricted in ASME B30.12 and ASME B30.23. Slings fabricated from alloy steel chain, wire rope, metal mesh, synthetic fiber rope, synthetic webbing, and polyester fiber yarns in a protective cover(s) are addressed.


ASME HST-4-2021

Performance Standard for Overhead Electric Wire Rope Hoists

This Standard establishes performance requirements for electric wire rope hoists for vertical lifting service involving material handling of freely suspended (unguided) loads using wire rope with one of the following types of suspension: (1) lug; (2) hook; (3) trolley; (4) base or deck mounted (does not include base mounted winches of the type covered by ASME B30.7); (5) wall or ceiling mounted (does not include base mounted winches of the type covered by ASME B30.7). This Standard is applicable to hoists manufactured after the date on which this Standard is issued. It is not applicable to: (1) damaged or malfunctioning hoists; (2) hoists that have been misused or abused; (3) hoists that have been altered without authorization of the manufacturer or a qualified person; (4) hoists used for the purpose of lifting or lowering people (5) hoists used for the purpose of drawing both the load and the hoist up or down the hoist's own wire rope; (6) hoists used for marine and other applications as required by the Department of Defense (DOD). The requirements of this Standard shall be applied together with the requirements of ASME B30.16. Please also refer to ASME B30.16 for requirements pertaining to marking, construction, and installation; inspection, testing, and maintenance; and operation. The standard includes an appendix on Electric Wire Rope Hoists used in marine and other applications as required by the Department of Defense (DOD).


ASME RT-2-2021

Safety Standard for Structural Requirements for Heavy Rail Transit Vehicles

The objectives of the passive safety requirements described in this Standard are to reduce the risk to passenger injury and damage to equipment resulting from collision accidents by providing a means of protection when all possibilities of preventing an accident have failed. In the event of a collision, application of this Standard provides protection for the occupants of new designs of crashworthy vehicles through the preservation of structural integrity, reducing the risk of overriding and limiting decelerations.


ASME Y14.45-2021

Measurement Data Reporting

This Standard establishes uniform practices for reporting attribute or variable measurement data for the dimensioning and tolerancing specifications defined in ASME Y14.5-2018 and actual values defined in ASME Y14.5.1-2019. This Standard may be used with previous versions of ASME Y14.5 where they do not conflict with ASME Y14.5-2018. Measurement data used in support of product acceptance, manufacturing process evaluation, design development, and other uses is addressed. All reporting requirements are independent of the measurement process or equipment used to gather the data.




ASTM D8403-21

Standard Practice for Certificate Programs within the Cannabis and Hemp Industries

1.1''This practice provides protocols to certificate issuers for developing and administering certificate programs for stakeholders within the cannabis and hemp industries for determining best practices for administering professional or procedural certificate programs within the industries. 1.2''This practice includes requirements for both the certificate issuer and requirements for the specific certificate programs issuing certificates. 1.3''This practice provides the foundation for recognizing or certificate issuers to issue certificates to individuals after completing a certificate program. 1.4''This practice addresses certificate programs for entities seeking certificates and inclusive of individuals, groups, or organizations and is applicable to training-based certificates for personal development and organizational-related certificates to existing standards or guidelines. 1.5''This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety, health, and environmental practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use. 1.6''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.


AWWA C561-2021

Fabricated Stainless-Steel Slide Gates

The purpose of this standard is to provide the minimum requirements for fabricated stainless-steel slide gates, including materials, general design, manufacture, testing, inspection, and shipment.


AWWA C563-2021

Fabricated Composite Slide Gates

The purpose of this standard is to provide the minimum requirements for fabricated composite slide gates, including materials, general design, manufacture, testing, inspection, and shipment.



































BS EN ISO 10675-1:2021

Non-destructive testing of welds. Acceptance levels for radiographic testing Steel, nickel, titanium and their alloys (British Standard)

This document specifies acceptance levels for indications from imperfections in butt welds of steel, nickel, titanium and their alloys detected by radiographic testing. If agreed, the acceptance levels can be applied to other types of welds (such as fillet welds, etc.) or materials. The acceptance levels can be related to welding standards, application standards, specifications or codes. This document assumes that the radiographic testing has been carried out in accordance with ISO 17636 1 for RT-F (F = film) or ISO 17636 2 for RT-S (S = radioscopy) and RT-D (D = digital detectors).










BS EN ISO 20675:2021

Biogas. Biogas production, conditioning, upgrading and utilization. Terms, definitions and classification scheme (British Standard)

ISO 20675:2018 defines terms and describes classifications related to biogas production by anaerobic digestion, gasification from biomass and power to gas from biomass sources, biogas conditioning, biogas upgrading and biogas utilization from a safety, environmental, performance and functionality perspective, during the design, manufacturing, installation, construction, testing, commissioning, acceptance, operation, regular inspection and maintenance phases. Biogas installations are, among others, applied at industrial plants like food and beverage industries, waste water treatment plants, waste plants, landfill sites, small scale plants next to agricultural companies and small scale household installations. The following topics are excluded from this document: - boilers, burners, furnaces and lightening, in case these are not specifically applied for locally produced biogas; - gas-fuelled engines for vehicles and ships; - the public gas grid; - specifications to determine biomethane quality; - transportation of compressed or liquefied biogas; - transportation of biomass or digestate; - assessment and determination whether biomass is sourced sustainably or not. ISO 20675:2018 describes the following for information purposes as well: - the parameters to determine the size (e.g. small, medium-sized, or large scale); - the parameters to determine the type of installation (e.g. domestic, industrial); - the parameters to describe the type of technique; - terms and processes in order to develop health, safety and environmental protection guidelines for biogas installations. NOTE For an explanation of the Scope, see Annex A.


BS EN ISO 20768:2021

Vapour products. Routine analytical vaping machine. Definitions and standard conditions (British Standard)

This document: defines the parameters and specifies the standard conditions for a vaping machine for vapour products (as defined in 3.1); specifies technical requirements for the machine for routine analytical vaping, conforming with the standard conditions stated within Clause 4; does not specify the vapour product, the vapour product operation or the liquid to be used; does not specify the means for aerosol trapping, subsequent sample preparation or analyses of components in the trapped aerosol.


BS EN ISO 20884:2019+A1:2021

Petroleum products. Determination of sulfur content of automotive fuels. Wavelength-dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (British Standard)

This document specifies a wavelength-dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) test method for the determination of the sulfur content of liquid, homogeneous automotive fuels from 5 mg/kg to 500 mg/kg, which have a maximum oxygen content of 3,7 % ( m/m ). This product range covers: diesel fuels containing up to about 30 % ( V/V ) fatty acid methyl esters (FAME), motor gasolines containing up to about 10 % ( V/V ) ethanol, synthetic fuels such as hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) and gas to liquid (GTL) having sulfur contents in the range of 5 mg/kg to 45 mg/kg. Products with higher oxygen content show significant matrix effects, e.g. pure FAME used as biodiesel, nevertheless, pure FAME can be analysed when the corresponding procedures are followed (see 5.3 and 8.1). Other products can be analysed with this test method, though precision data for products other than those mentioned have not been established for this document. NOTE 1 Sulfur contents higher than 500 mg/kg can be determined after sample dilution, however, the precision was not established for diluted samples. NOTE 2 For the purposes of this document, % ( m/m ) and % ( V/V ) are used to represent the mass fraction, w, and the volume fraction, , of a material respectively.


BS EN ISO 21322:2021

Cosmetics. Microbiology. Testing of impregnated or coated wipes and masks (British Standard)

This document gives guidance for the enumeration and/or detection of microorganisms present in a cosmetic product that is impregnated or coated onto a substrate (i.e. wipes and masks) where sampling and microbiological influence of the manufactured product presents particular challenges in terms of microbiological sampling and testing. The principle of this document can also be applied to test similar products (e.g. cushion, impregnated sponge, etc.) or applicators (e.g. brush, puff, sponge, etc.) with modification of the procedure as appropriate.



BS EN ISO 22568-4:2021

Foot and leg protectors. Requirements and test methods for footwear components Non-metallic perforation resistant inserts (British Standard)

This document specifies requirements and test methods for the non-metallic inserts with resistance against mechanical perforation, intended to function as components of PPE footwear (e.g. as described by ISO 20345, ISO 20346 and ISO 20347).



BS EN ISO 23322:2021

Paints and varnishes. Determination of solvents in coating materials containing organic solvents only. Gas-chromatographic method (British Standard)

This document specifies a method for the gas-chromatographic determination of the qualitative and quantitative composition of solvents contained in a product. The method is applicable to coating materials containing solely organic solvents (generally called conventional coating materials) and binder solutions and non-aqueous dispersions containing solely organic solvents. The method defined in this document is not applicable for determination of volatile organic compounds (VOC) and semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOC) content. NOTE For determination of VOC and SVOC, see ISO 11890-2.


BS EN ISO 23590:2021

Household biogas system requirements: design, installation, operation, maintenance and safety (British Standard)

This document covers the requirements for the design, installation, operation, maintenance and the safety of Household Biogas Systems (HBSs), producing biogas in an amount equivalent to an installation capacity of less than 100 MWh per year. The document applies to HBSs comprising of pipeline and equipment with pressure levels of less than 5 kPa. Any equipment or appliances connected to an HBS or utilizing the biogas energy of an HBS are not a part of the scope of this document.


BS EN ISO 24223:2021

Cheese. Guidance on sample preparation for physical and chemical testing (British Standard)

This document gives guidance on the sample preparation of fresh cheese, (semi)soft cheese, (semi)hard cheese, processed cheese and whey cheese for physical and chemical analysis, including analysis by applying instrumental methods. This document describes the (sub)sampling, and sample preparation steps carried out after sampling according to ISO 707 | IDF 50 and prior to method-specific sample preparations, e.g. as with analytical methods listed in References [2] to [22]. NOTE Analysis on volatile substances, minor components or allergens can require additional precautionary measures in sample preparation in order to avoid loss of or contamination with one or more target analytes.


BS EN ISO 24443:2021

Cosmetics. Determination of sunscreen UVA photoprotection in vitro (British Standard)

This document specifies an in vitro procedure to characterize the UVA protection of sunscreen products. Specifications are given to enable determination of the spectral absorbance characteristics of UVA protection in a reproducible manner. In order to determine relevant UVA protection parameters, the method has been created to provide an UV spectral absorbance curve from which a number of calculations and evaluations can be undertaken. These include calculation of the Ultraviolet-A protection factor (UVA-PF) [correlating with in vivo UVA-PF from the persistent pigment darkening (PPD) testing procedure], critical wavelength and UVA absorbance proportionality. These computations are optional and relate to local sunscreen product labelling requirements. This method relies on the use of static in vivo SPF results for scaling the UV absorbance curve. This document is not applicable to powder products such as pressed powder and loose powder products.




BS EN ISO/ASTM 52900:2021

Additive manufacturing. General principles. Fundamentals and vocabulary (British Standard)

This document establishes and defines terms used in additive manufacturing (AM) technology, which applies the additive shaping principle and thereby builds physical three-dimensional (3D) geometries by successive addition of material. The terms have been classified into specific fields of application.






BS ISO 14030-1:2021

Environmental performance evaluation. Green debt instruments Process for green bonds (British Standard)

This document establishes principles, specifies requirements and gives guidelines: for designating bonds which finance eligible projects, assets and supporting expenditures as “green”; for managing and reporting on the use of proceeds; for defining, monitoring and reporting on their environmental impacts; for reporting to interested parties; for validation and verification. This document is applicable to any issuer of bonds.


BS ISO 14030-2:2021

Environmental performance evaluation. Green debt instruments Process for green loans (British Standard)

This document establishes principles, specifies requirements and gives guidelines: for designating as “green” loans which finance eligible projects, assets and supporting expenditures; for managing and reporting on the use of proceeds; for defining, monitoring and reporting on the environmental impacts; for reporting to interested parties; for validation and verification. This document is applicable to any borrower seeking financing by way of a green loan for eligible green projects, assets and supporting expenditures. It is also applicable to lenders.


BS ISO 14030-4:2021

Environmental performance evaluation. Green debt instruments Verification programme requirements (British Standard)

This document specifies requirements for verification bodies performing verification of claims of conformity to ISO 14030-1 or ISO 14030-2 and to ISO 14030-3 or a suitable substitute taxonomy. Conformity to the requirements of this document is mandatory for the verification of statements made by green debt issuers, borrowers and lenders that claim that their products conform to the ISO 14030 series. This document specifies requirements for the validation of claims of eligibility made in conformity to ISO 14030-1:2021, 5.4, ISO 14030-2:2021, 6.3, and ISO 14030-2:2021, 7.3. This document also establishes requirements for the optional use of third-party marks of conformity.






BS ISO 21111-11:2021

Road vehicles. In-vehicle Ethernet Application layer to session layer conformance test plans (British Standard)

This document specifies in-vehicle Ethernet application layer, presentation layer, and session layer conformance test plans (CTP) for electronic control units (ECUs). This document is a collection of all conformance test cases which are recommended to be considered for automotive use and should be referred by car manufacturers within their quality control processes. The document specifies the scalable Service-Oriented MiddlewarE over Internet Protocol (SOME/IP) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) version 4 conformance test cases.


BS ISO 3055:2021

Kitchen equipment. Coordinating sizes (British Standard)

This document specifies dimensions for the height, width and depth of kitchen units and worktops. Additionally, it defines the space for integrating appliances, such as sink units, ovens, refrigerators, in kitchens. This document does not apply to customized kitchens. This document does not apply to kitchens for commercial use (e.g. in hotels, restaurants, and hospitals).




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