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 10328 specifies procedures for static and cyclic strength tests on lower-limb prostheses where compound loadings are produced by the applicatio...
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  • iso 10328
ISO 1099 specifies the conditions for carrying out axial, constant-amplitude, force-controlled fatigue tests at ambient temperature on metallic spe...
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  • iso 1099
ISO 34-1 Tear Strength of Rubber, Vulcanized or Thermoplastic - Trouser ISO 34-1 measures tear strength test methods for rubber test samples. The t...
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  • iso 34
ISO 12625-5 specifies a test method for the determination of the wet tensile strength of tissue paper and tissue products after soaking with water,...
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  • iso 12625
ISO 7438 specifies a method for determining the ability of metallic materials to undergo plastic deformation in bending. The bend test shall be car...
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  • iso 7438
ISO 15835-2 specifies test methods applicable to couplers for mechanical splices of steel reinforcing bars. ISO 15835-2 is intended to be applicabl...
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  • iso 15835
ISO 1209 specifies a method for determining the flexural strength and the apparent flexural modulus of elasticity of rigid cellular plastics. Part ...
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  • iso 1209
ISO 9917 specifies requirements and test methods for dental cements that are intended for permanent cementation, luting, base, or lining and restor...
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  • iso 9917
ISO 8339 specifies a method for the determination of the tensile properties including extension to break of sealants used in joints in building con...
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  • iso 8339
ISO 6943 offers a method to determine resistance of vulcanized rubbers to fatigue under repeated tensile deformations, the test piece size and freq...
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  • iso 6943
ISO 3501 specifies a method for checking the ability of assembled pipe-fitting-joints to withstand longitudinal tensile stresses. The test is carri...
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  • iso 3501
ISO 3384 specifies two methods for determining the decrease in counterforce exerted by a test piece of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubber which has...
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  • iso 3384
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