ASTM

ASTM International is a non-profit international standards organization founded in 1898 that creates and publishes technical standards for many different products, materials and systems. ASTM has over 12,000 standards that operate around the world.

Why Use a Standard Test Method?

Testing per ASTM is performed for multiple reasons including engineering design and development, confirmation of internal quality assurance, comparison of materials, and to provide a path for first time test developers with a supported standard.

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ASTM F38 provide a means of measuring the amount of creep relaxation of a gasket material at a predetermined time after a compressive stress has be...
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ASTM E466 covers axial force controlled fatigue tests of metallic materials in the fatigue regime where strains are predominately elastic, both at ...
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ASTM D1938 is the standard test for tear propagation in plastic films and thin sheeting. Manufacturers of plastics for consumer goods use this test...
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ASTM C307 determines the tensile strength of cured chemical-resistant materials in the form of molded briquettes. These materials include mortars, ...
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ASTM D5868 bonding test for lap shear adhesion plastic is intended to meet the increased use of adhesively-bonded FRP as a result of the inherent a...
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ASTM D5379 covers the shear properties of composite materials reinforced by high-modulus fibers. ASTM D5379 is designed to produce data on shear ch...
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ASTM C158 is a common guideline for bend testing on glass and glass-ceramics. When executed properly, the modulus of rupture from this test method ...
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ASTM F37 is a sealability test for gaskets under pressure. There are two testing methods within ASTM F37: Method A recognizes liquid leakage Metho...
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ASTM D897 determines comparative tensile properties of the adhesive bonds of metal to metal. ASTM D897 is primarily comparative. However, it does h...
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ASTM D6496 determines the average bonding strength between the top and bottom layers of a sample of a geosynthetic clay liner (GCL). The top and bo...
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ASTM D5169 measures the shear strength of hook and loop touch fasteners or Velcro, using a recording constant rate of extension tensile testing mac...
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ASTM D3759 covers the measurement of tensile strength and elongation properties for pressure-sensitive tapes. ASTM D3759 includes procedures for ma...
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