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 20795-1 Denture Base Polymers ISO 20795-1 classifies denture base polymers and copolymers and specifies their requirements. It also specifies t...
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  • iso 20795
ISO 12108 describes tests for determining the fatigue crack growth rate from the fatigue crack growth threshold stress-intensity factor range to th...
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  • iso 12108
Specifies equipment and procedures for determining the tensile bond strength of the adhesive and of the base coat to the thermal insulation materia...
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  • iso 29804
EN 12390-4 requires a constant rate of displacement test machine control with a crack mouth opening displacement transducer (E3541). When consideri...
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  • En iso 14651
The ISO 18124 standard specifies a method for testing the strength of the weld line in the metal layer and the adhesion between the different layer...
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  • iso 18124
ISO 14129 specifies the procedure for finding the material properties of fibre-reinforced plastics composites. These properties include the shear s...
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  • iso 14129
ISO 9969 specifies a test method for determining the ring stiffness of thermoplastics pipes having a circular cross section. Give our test engineer...
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  • iso 9969
These test methods measure the force to flex a beam under four point loading points. Four points are used to test high modulus composites and (plas...
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  • iso 75
ISO 3257 is all about evaluating carbon black in rubber. It covers everything from the vulcanization characteristics to the tensile stress strain p...
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  • iso 3257
ISO 20505 specifies a method for the determination of interlaminar shear strength of continuous-fibre-reinforced ceramic composites at ambient temp...
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  • iso 20505
The ISO 18124 standard specifies a method for testing the strength of the weld line in the metal layer and the adhesion between the different layer...
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  • iso 18124
ISO 2307 also provides a method for measuring water repellency, lubrication and finish content, and heat setting treatment, when requested by the c...
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  • iso 3346
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