ISO

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an international committee from various nations that deal with global standards. Founded in 1947, the organization has published over 22,000 standards worldwide that pertains to nearly every industry.

Why Use a Standard Test Method?

Testing per ISO 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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ISO 16047 specifies the conditions for carrying out torque/clamp force tests on threaded fasteners and related parts. It is applicable, basically, ...
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  • iso 16047
ISO 527-1 Tensile Test of Plastics Composites ISO 527-1 covers the test procedures for determining tensile properties of plastics and plastic compo...
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  • iso 527
ISO 4587 adhesive lap-shear bond strength is one of the most common tests that is done on assemblies. This test determines how strong an assembly w...
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  • ISO 4587
ISO 7206-4 Fatigue Compression Tensile Bending Hip Implants ISO 7206-4 specifies a test method for determining the endurance properties of stemmed ...
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  • ISO 7206
The ISO 527-2 standard provides a means of measuring the tensile properties of molded and extrusion plastics. What Is ISO 527-2? ISO 527-2 is the i...
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  • iso 527
ISO 13936-1 Fixed Seam Opening Method for Slippage Resistance of Yarns at a Seam ISO 13936-1 is intended for the determination of the resistance of...
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  • iso 13936
ISO 13937-1 Ballistic Pendulum Method Tear Force of Textiles ISO 13937-1 describes a method known as the ballistic pendulum (Elmendorf) method for ...
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  • iso 13937
ISO 178 standard defines the test method for flexural strength of plastics. Flexural strength is a material property, defined as the stress in a m...
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  • iso 178
ISO 1924 specifies a method of measuring the tensile strength, stretch at break and tensile energy absorption of paper and board using a test instr...
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  • iso 1924
ISO 6721-1 Dynamic Testing of Plastic Materials ISO 6721-1 covers the dynamic testing of plastic to determine properties of plastic within the line...
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  • iso 6721
The Luer taper is a standardized system of small-scale fluid fittings for making leak-free connections between sections on medical and laboratory i...
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  • iso 594
Noninvasive surgery is one of the fastest growing areas of medical science. Doctors are using the “cath lab” more often in lieu of traditional surg...
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  • iso 10555
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