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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Gives guidelines for the selection, by means of delamination-resistance tests, of adhesives for use in wood products placed in non-severe environme...
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  • iso 26842
ISO 20506 specifies a method for the determination of in-plane shear strength of continuous-fibre-reinforced ceramic composites at ambient temperat...
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  • iso 20506
Specifies the test method for metallic pins with nominal diameters from 0,8 mm up to and including 25 mm. Give our test engineers a call today for ...
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  • iso 8905
This method works for testing fibers whether you're using a zero gauge length or a specific finite gauge length. It's mainly designed for tensile s...
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  • iso 3060
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