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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Specifies the test method for metallic pins with nominal diameters from 0,8 mm up to and including 25 mm; includes a figure with a typical test fix...
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  • iso 8749
ISO 6259 test standard is a tensile test method to determine the tensile properties of polyolefin and thermoplastic pipes. In particular, the test ...
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  • iso 6259
ISO 3037 specifies an unwaxed edge method for the determination of the edgewise crush resistance of corrugated fibreboard. It is applicable to all ...
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  • iso 3037
ISO 9073-3 Textiles Test Application of a force longitudinally to a test piece of a specified length and width at a constant rate of extension. Det...
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  • iso 9073
ISO 9054 contains the basic test procedures for the determination of the physical properties of self-skinned, high-density rigid cellular plastics....
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  • iso 9054
ISO 8829-1 specifies test methods for flexible polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) inner tubes with metallic (stainless steel) braided hose and hose ass...
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  • iso 8829
Specifies a method for determining the ability of metallic wire of diameter or characteristic dimension 0,1 mm to 10 mm inclusive to undergo plasti...
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  • iso 7800
Glass yarn is yarn made from many interwoven glass fibers. This standard defines testing to determine breaking force, breaking strength and lengthe...
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  • iso 3341
ISO 1352 specifies the conditions for performing torsional, constant-amplitude, nominally elastic stress fatigue tests on metallic specimens withou...
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  • iso 1352
Specifies two methods for the determination of the tensile-impact strength of plastics under defined conditions: ISO 8510-1 90 Degree Peel ISO 8510...
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  • iso 8510
ISO 4136 specifies the sizes of test specimen and the procedure for carrying out transverse tensile tests in order to determine the tensile strengt...
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  • iso 4136
ISO 13124 specifies a test method for determining the interfacial tensile and shear bond strength of ceramic-ceramic, ceramic-metal, and ceramic-gl...
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  • iso 13124
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