International standards

Testing solutions for international quality control standards.

Standard Specification for Carbon Steel Wire for Wire Rope. This specification covers uncoated and four classes of round, metallic coated, cold-drawn, carbon steel wire for wire rope in five strength levels.
ASTM A1034 is a testing standard that covers the testing of mechanical splices for reinforcing bars. The bar-splice assembly consists of two reinforcing bars connected with a mechanical splice and represents the mechanical splice used in practice. Results obtained from testing the bar-splice assembly can be used to determine the acceptability of the mechanical splice for use in reinforced concrete structural members under specific design criteria. The various test methods described in this standard are applicable to any type of mechanical splice manufactured to join steel reinforcing bars of any grade, uncoated or coated. The standard covers tension, compression…
Standard Specification for Carbon-Steel Wire and Welded Wire Reinforcement, Plain and Deformed, for Concrete.
ASTM A125 covers spring compression testing for helical heat-treated springs. These types of springs are typically used in the transportation industry for suspension systems and can also be seen in certain types of industrial machinery. Springs are often used to store or dissipate energy in a simple and efficient manner. Most spring testing is done in the compression mode.
Standard Specification for Steel Wire, Oil-Tempered Carbon Valve Spring Quality.
Standard Practices for Detecting Susceptibility to Intergranular Attack in Austenitic Stainless Steels.
METALS – Standard Test Methods and Definitions for Mechanical Testing of Steel Products.
METALS – Standard Specification for Steel Strand, of Seven Uncoated Wires for Pre-Strengthened Concrete.
Standard Specification for Parts Cast iron gray. This specification covers gray iron castings intended for general engineering use where tensile strength is an important consideration. Castings are graded on the basis of the tensile strength of iron in separately cast test bars.
METALS – Standardized Specification for Plain and Corrugated Carbon Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement.
METALS – Standard Test Method for Ductility of Nonoriented Electrical Steel This test method covers determination of ductility utilizing Epstein test strips and a bending device for bending the strip over a predetermined radius. It is intended for commercial silicon-bearing steel sheet or strip of nonoriented types in the thickness range from 0.010 to 0.031 in. [0.25 to 0.79 mm], inclusive.
Standard Specification for Ductile Iron Gravity Sewer Pipe. This specification covers 4 to 64-in. ductile iron gravity sewer pipe centrifugally cast with push-on joints. This specification may be used for pipe with other types of joints, as may be agreed upon at the time of purchase.
Standard Test Method for Tension Testing of Wire Ropes and Strand. This test method covers the tension testing of wire ropes and strand at room temperature, specifically to determine the measured breaking force, yield strength, elongation, and modulus of elasticity. Methods described in this standard are not intended for other purposes.
Standard Test Method for Evaluating Bond Strength for 0.600-in. [15.24-mm] Diameter Steel Prestressing Strand, Grade 270 [1860], Uncoated, Used in Prestressed Ground Anchors.
METALS – Standard specification for steel rail and steel shaft-corrugated bars for concrete reinforcement.
METALS – Salt Fog Corrosion Tests.
Standard Test Method for Transverse Rupture Strength of Cemented Carbides.
Standard Test Method for Shear Testing of Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Rivets and Cold-Heading Wire and Rods. This test method covers the double shear testing of aluminum and aluminum alloy rivets with round, solid shanks and cold-heading wire and rod.
Standard Practice for Qualitative Adhesion Testing of Metallic Coatings.
METALS – Standard Practice for Determining Offset Yield Strength in Tension for Copper Alloys This practice establishes the requirements for determining offset yield strength (0.01 %, 0.02 %, and 0.05 % offset) at room temperature. It is intended for copper alloys in tempers commonly used for spring applications, and materials thicker than 0.010 in. (0.25 mm).
Standard Test Method for Shear Testing of Aluminum Alloys.
Testing Crimped Wire Connections. ASTM B913 is a test method used to measure the tensile strength of wire connections. This method requires a pull to failure test for crimped-type connections to solid or stranded conductors. It applies to 16-gauge and smaller diameter copper wire, coated or uncoated.
Standard Test Methods for Measurement of Masonry Flexural Bond Strength.
Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Hydraulic Cement Mortars (Using 2-in. or [50-mm] Cube Specimens).
Standard Test Method for Determining Tensile Adhesion Properties of Structural Sealants.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Strength of Advanced Ceramics at Ambient Temperature.
Standard Test Methods for Compressive Creep of Chemical-Resistant Polymer Machinery Grouts.
Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Architectural Cast Stone.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Strength of Advanced Ceramics at Elevated Temperatures.
Standard Test Method for Performing Tension Tests on Glass-Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) Bonding Pads.
Standard Test Method for Determining the Tensile Properties of an Insulating Glass Edge Seal for Structural Glazing Applications.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Strength of Advanced Monolithic Ceramics at Room Temperature.
Standard Test Method for Monotonic Tensile Behavior of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Advanced Ceramics with Solid Rectangular Cross-Section Test Specimens at Ambient Temperature.
Standard Test Method for Elevated Temperature Tensile Creep Strain, Creep Strain Rate, and Creep Time-to-Failure for Monolithic Advanced Ceramics. This test method covers the determination of tensile creep strain, creep strain rate, and creep time-to-failure for advanced monolithic ceramics at elevated temperatures, typically between 1073 and 2073 K. A variety of test specimen geometries are included. The creep strain at a fixed temperature is evaluated from direct measurements of the gage length extension over the time of the test. The minimum creep strain rate, which may be invariant with time, is evaluated as a function of temperature and applied stress. Creep time-to-failure is also included in this test method.
Standard Test Method for Shear Strength of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Advanced Ceramics at Ambient Temperatures. This test method covers the determination of shear strength of continuous fiber-reinforced ceramic composites (CFCCs) at ambient temperature. The test methods addressed are (1) the compression of a double-notched test specimen to determine interlaminar shear strength and (2) the Iosipescu test method to determine the shear strength in any one of the material planes of laminated composites. Test specimen fabrication methods, testing modes (load or displacement control), testing rates (load rate or displacement rate), data collection, and reporting procedures are addressed.
Standard Test Method for Ultimate Strength of Advanced Ceramics with Diametrally Compressed C-Ring Specimens at Ambient Temperature. This test method covers the determination of ultimate strength under monotonic loading of advanced ceramics in tubular form at ambient temperatures. The ultimate strength as used in this test method refers to the strength obtained under monotonic compressive loading of C-ring specimens such as shown in Fig. 1 where monotonic refers to a continuous nonstop test rate with no reversals from test initiation to final fracture. This method permits a range of sizes and shapes since test specimens may be prepared from a variety of tubular structures. The method may be used with microminiature test specimens.
Standard Test Method for Creep and Creep Rupture of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Advanced Ceramics Under Tensile Loading at Elevated Temperatures. This test method covers the determination of the time-dependent deformation and time-to-rupture of continuous fiber-reinforced ceramic composites under constant tensile loading at elevated temperatures. This test method addresses, but is not restricted to, various suggested test specimen geometries. In addition, test specimen fabrication methods, allowable bending, temperature measurements, temperature control, data collection, and reporting procedures are addressed.
Standard Test Method for Creep and Creep Rupture of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Advanced Ceramics Under Tensile Loading at Elevated Temperatures. This test method covers the determination of the time-dependent deformation and time-to-rupture of continuous fiber-reinforced ceramic composites under constant tensile loading at elevated temperatures. This test method addresses, but is not restricted to, various suggested test specimen geometries. In addition, test specimen fabrication methods, allowable bending, temperature measurements, temperature control, data collection, and reporting procedures are addressed.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Properties of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Advanced Ceramic Composites.
Standard Test Method for Monotonic Compressive Strength Testing of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Advanced Ceramics with Solid Rectangular Cross-Section Test Specimens at Ambient Temperatures.
Standard Test Method for Monotonic Tensile Strength Testing of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Advanced Ceramics With Solid Rectangular Cross-Section Test Specimens at Elevated Temperatures.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Strength of Monolithic Advanced Ceramics at Elevated Temperatures. This test method covers the determination of tensile strength under uniaxial loading of monolithic advanced ceramics at elevated temperatures. This test method addresses, but is not restricted to, various suggested test specimen geometries as listed in the appendix. In addition, test specimen fabrication methods, testing modes (force, displacement, or strain control), testing rates (force rate, stress rate, displacement rate, or strain rate), allowable bending, and data collection and reporting procedures are addressed. Tensile strength as used in this test method refers to the tensile strength obtained under uniaxial loading.
Standard Test Method for Determination of Slow Crack Growth Parameters of Advanced Ceramics by Constant Stress-Rate Strength Testing at Ambient Temperature. This test method covers the determination of slow crack growth (SCG) parameters of advanced ceramics by using constant stress-rate rectangular beam flexural testing, or ring-on-ring biaxial disk flexural testing, or direct tensile strength, in which strength is determined as a function of applied stress rate in a given environment at ambient temperature. The strength degradation exhibited with decreasing applied stress rate in a specified environment is the basis of this test method which enables the evaluation of slow crack growth parameters of a material.
Standard Test Method for Determining Tensile Adhesion Properties of Sealants When Used in Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) JointsStandard Test Method for Determining Tensile Adhesion Properties of Sealants When Used in Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) Joints.
Standard Test Method for Determining Tensile Adhesion Properties of Sealants When Used in Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) JointsStandard Test Method for Determining Tensile Adhesion Properties of Sealants When Used in Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) Joints.
Standard Test Method for Monotonic Compressive Strength of Advanced Ceramics at Ambient Temperature.
Standard Test Method for Interlaminar Shear Strength of 1–D and 2–D Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Advanced Ceramics at Elevated Temperatures.
Standard Test Method for Transthickness Tensile Strength of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Advanced Ceramics at Ambient Temperature.
Standard Test Method for Shear Strength of Joints of Advanced Ceramics at Ambient Temperature. This test method covers the determination of shear strength of joints in advanced ceramics at ambient temperature. Test specimen geometries, test specimen fabrication methods, testing modes (that is, force or displacement control), testing rates (that is, force or displacement rate), data collection, and reporting procedures are addressed.
Standard Test Method for Monotonic Equibiaxial Flexural Strength of Advanced Ceramics at Ambient Temperature.
Standard Test Method for Determination of Breaking Strength and Modulus of Rupture of Ceramic Tiles and Glass Tiles by Three-Point Loading.
Standard Test Method for Determining Modulus, Tear and Adhesion Properties of Precured Elastomeric Joint Sealants.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Toughness of Fiber Reinforced Concrete (Using Centrally Loaded Round Panel).
Standard Test Method for Tensile Strength and Young’s Modulus of Fibers. This test method covers the preparation, mounting, and testing of single fibers (obtained either from a fiber bundle or a spool) for the determination of tensile strength and Young’s modulus at ambient temperature. Advanced ceramic, glass, carbon and other fibers are covered by this test standard.
Standard Test Methods for Strength of Glass and glass-ceramics by Flexure (Determination of Modulus of Rupture).
Standard Test Method for Flexural Performance of Fiber-Reinforced Concrete (Using Beam With Third-Point Loading).
Standard Test Method for Measuring Compressive Properties of Thermal Insulations.
Standard Test Methods for Breaking Load and Flexural Properties of Block-Type Thermal Insulation.
Standard Test Method for Shear Properties of Sandwich Core Materials. This test method covers the determination of shear properties of sandwich construction core materials associated with shear distortion of planes parallel to the facings. It covers the determination of shear strength parallel to the plane of the sandwich, and the shear modulus associated with strains in a plane normal to the facings. The test may be conducted on core materials bonded directly to the loading plates or the sandwich facings bonded to the plates. Permissible core material forms include those with continuous bonding surfaces (such as balsa wood and foams) as well as those with discontinuous bonding surfaces (such as honeycomb).
Standard Test Method for Flexural Strength of Concrete (Using Simple Beam With Center-Point Loading).
Standard Test Method for Flatwise Tensile Strength of Sandwich Constructions.This test method determines the flatwise tensile strength of the core, the core-to-facing bond, or the facing of an assembled sandwich panel. Permissible core material forms include those with continuous bonding surfaces (such as balsa wood and foams) as well as those with discontinuous bonding surfaces (such as honeycomb).
Standard Test Method for Tensile Strength of Chemical-Resistant Mortar, Grouts, and Monolithic Surfacings.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Strength of Hydraulic-Cement Mortars.
Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Hydraulic-Cement Mortars (Using Portions of Prisms Broken in Flexure) , compressive strength, hydraulic-cement mortar, hydraulic-cement strength, mortar strength, strength.
Standard Test Method for Node Tensile Strength of Honeycomb Core Materials. The honeycomb bond strength is a fundamental property that can be used to determine if honeycomb cores can be manipulated during cutting, machining and forming without breaking the nodes. The binding strength of the traction node is the tensile stress that causes the failure of the honeycomb due to the breaking of the link between the nodes. It is usually a failure of the peeling type. This test method provides a standard method for obtaining tensile knot joint strength data for quality control, acceptance specification testing and research and development.
Standard Test Method for Edgewise Compressive Strength of Sandwich Constructions. The standard determines the compression properties of the sandwich structural construction in a direction parallel to the sandwich cladding plane. Permitted core material shapes include those with continuous bonding surfaces as well as those with discontinuous bonding surfaces. This test method consists of subjecting a sandwich panel to a compressive force increasing monotonically parallel to the plane of its faces. The force is transmitted to the panel through fixed or joined end brackets. Stress and strength are reported in terms of the nominal cross-sectional area of the two face sheets, instead of the total thickness of the sandwich panel, although alternative stress calculations can optionally be specified.
Standard Test Method for Flatwise Compressive Properties of Sandwich Cores.
Standard Test Method for Core Shear Properties of Sandwich Constructions by Beam Flexure.
Standard Test Method for Static Modulus of Elasticity and Poisson’s Ratio of Concrete in Compression.
Standard Test Method for Flexure Creep of Sandwich Constructions. This test method covers the determination of the yield characteristics and creep velocity of flat sandwich constructions loaded in flexion, at any desired temperature. Permissible core material forms include those with continuous bonding surfaces (such as balsa wood and foams), as well as those with discontinuous bonding surfaces (such as honeycomb).
Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Lightweight Insulating Concrete. This test method covers the preparation of samples and the determination of the compressive strength of lightweight insulating concrete having an oven-dry density not exceeding 800 kg/m3 [50 lb/ft3] as determined by the procedures described herein. This test method covers the preparation and testing of 75 by 150-mm [3 by 6-in.] Cast Cylinders.
Standard Specification for Adhesives for Fastening Gypsum Wallboard to Wood Framing This specification covers the minimum performance standards and the properties of the adhesives intended to bond the paper from the back surface of the gypsum masonry to the members of the wood structure. The test requirements and test methods for the adhesive used for the application of all gypsum board thicknesses are also covered. The specification provides a basis to guarantee the quality of the adhesives. The adhesive should be tested for shear compression strength, tensile test, gap filler or bridging characteristics, freeze-thaw stability test and accelerated aging of the adhesive. The tests are suitable for certification of product performance and quality control programs and can be useful for the general public, adhesive manufacturers, distributors, specifiers, architects, contractors, testing laboratories and other businesses and professionals.
Standard test methods for the resistance to compression of mortars resistant to chemical products mortars, slurries, monolithic coatings, and polymer concretes. These materials can be based on resin binders, silicate, silica, sulfur.
Test method for the resistance to bending and modulus of elasticity of the Chemical resistant to mortars, grouts, monolithic coating, and polymer concretes. This test method covers the determination of flexural strength and modulus of elasticity in bending of materials resistant to chemical products cured in the form of molded rectangular beams.
ADHESIVES – Standard Test Method for Adhesion or Cohesion Strength of Thermal Spray Coatings.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Strength of Manufactured Carbon and Graphite Articles Using Four-Point Loading at Room Temperature.
Standard Test Methods for Sampling and Testing Brick and Structural Clay Tile.
Standard Test Methods for Flexural Properties of Ceramic Whiteware Materials These test methods cover the determination of the modulus of rupture and the modulus of elasticity of the ceramic ceramics on, formed by any manufacturing method, and are applicable to both enameled and unglazed test samples.
Standard Test Method for Compressive (Crushing) Strength of Fired Whiteware Materials.
Orical Standard: Standardized Test Method for the Determination of Concrete Flexural Resistance (Using Single Beam with Load with 3 support points).
Standard test method for adhesion resistance of epoxy resin systems used with concrete By shear inclination. This test method covers the determination of the bond strength of epoxy resin-based bonding systems for use with portland cement concrete. This test method covers the joining of hardened concrete to hardened or fresh concrete.
Standard Test Method for Pullout Strength of Hardened Concrete. This test method covers the determination of the resistance to the extraction of hardened concrete by measuring the force required to pull an embedded metal insert and the bonded concrete fragment from a concrete test sample or structure . The insert can be molded in fresh concrete or installed in hardened concrete. This test method does not provide statistical procedures for estimating other strength properties.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Adhesive Strength of Preformed Tape Sealants by Disk Method.
Standard Test Method for Yield Strength of Preformed Tape Sealants.
Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Grouts for Preplaced-Aggregate Concrete in the Laboratory.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Properties of Thin-Section Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Concrete (Using Simple Beam With Third-Point Loading).
Standard Test Method for Lap Shear Strength of Sealants.
Tensile and bending tests for wire reinforcements.
Tensile Welded Steel Wire Test Equipment.
Welded wire mesh gabions and gabion mattresses (metal lining).
Shear fatigue of sandwich core materials.
Aerated concrete elements sterilized in an autoclave.
Standard test methods for pressure sensitive adhesive coated tapes used for electrical and electronic applications.
Standard Test Method for Apparent Shear Strength of Single-Lap-Joint Adhesively Bonded Metal Specimens by Tension Loading (Metal-to-Metal) This test method covers the determination of the apparent shear strengths of adhesives for bonding metals when tested on a standard single-lap-joint specimen and under specified conditions of preparation and test.
PLASTIC FILM – Diffused and Transmitted Light Measurement in Films – Transparency.
FILM AND PLASTIC SHEETS – Initial Tear Resistance.
Standard Test Methods of Static Tests of Wood Poles. These test methods cover determination of the bending strength and stiffness of wood poles.
Standard Test Methods for Evaluating Properties of Wood-Base Fiber and Particle Panel Materials Part AGeneral Test Methods for Evaluating the Basic Properties of Wood-Base Fiber and Particle Panel Materials. These test methods cover the determination of the properties of wood-base fiber and particle panel materials that are produced as mat-formed panels such as particleboard, medium-density fiberboard, hardboard, and oriented strand board.
Standard Specification for Flexible Cellular Materials—Sponge or Expanded Rubber. This specification covers flexible cellular rubber products known as sponge rubber and expanded rubber, but does not apply to latex foam rubber or ebonite cellular rubber. * Sponge Rubber Foam Compression Deflection Test.
Standard Test Method for Cleavage Strength of Metal-to-Metal Adhesive Bonds. This test method covers the determination of the comparative cleavage properties of adhesive bonds when tested on standard shape metal specimens under specified conditions of preparation and testing. It may be used also to compare adhesives used with other metallic materials having any specified surface treatment.
Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Asphalt Mixtures. This test method provides a method for measuring the compressive strength of compacted bituminous mixtures. It is for use with heavy samples, batch, mixed, and manufactured in the laboratory, as well as for mixtures Manufactured in a hot plant mix.
Standard Test Method for Effect of Water on Compressive Strength of Compacted Bituminous Mixtures.
LATEX – Determination of Mechanical Stability.
Standard Test Methods for Integrity of Adhesive Joints in Structural Laminated Wood Products for Exterior Use.
RUBBER – Standard Test Methods for Rubber Deterioration—Cracking in an Ozone Controlled Environment.These test methods are used to estimate the effect of exposure, under surface tensile strain conditions, either dynamic or static, in an atmosphere containing specified levels of ozone concentration, expressed as partial pressure (refer to Note 1), on vulcanized rubber, rubber compounds, molded or extruded soft rubber, and other specified materials, or as may be determined empirically. The effect of naturally occurring sunlight or light from artificial sources is excluded.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Strength of Adhesive Bonded Laminated Assemblies.
Standard Test Method for Melt Flow Rates of Thermoplastics by Extrusion Plastometer. This test method covers the determination of the rate of extrusion of molten thermoplastic resins using an extrusion plastometer. After a specified preheating time, resin is extruded through a die with a specified length and orifice diameter under prescribed conditions of temperature, load, and piston position in the barrel.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Strength and Breaking Tenacity of Wool Fiber Bundles 1-in. (25.4-mm) Gage Length.
Standard Test Method for Tuft Bind of Pile Yarn Floor Coverings.
Standard Test Methods for Rubber O-Rings.
FABRICS – Resistance to tearing of fabrics by the fall of Pendulum (Elmendorf type apparatus).
Standard Test Methods for Small Clear Specimens of Timber. Compression tests perpendicular to the fibers – Static bending – Dynamic bending – Hardness – Cutting / Shearing parallel to the fibers – Clivaging – Traction in the direction perpendicular to the fibers – Traction in the direction parallel to the fibers – Resistance to pulling nails and screws – Traction perpendicular to the plane of the board.
PLASTIC / ELASTOMER FILMS – Standard test method for gas permeability of plastic films and sheets, gas transmission.
Standard Test Method for Breaking Strength and Elongation of Cotton Fibers (Flat Bundle Method) This test method covers the determination of (1) the tensile strength or breaking tenacity of cotton fibers as a flat bundle using a nominal zero gauge length, or (2) the tensile strength or breaking tenacity and the elongation at the breaking load of cotton fibers as a flat bundle with 1/8-in. [3.2-mm] clamp spacing. This test method is applicable to loose ginned cotton fibers of untreated cottons whether taken before processing or obtained from a textile product.
Standard Test Method for Rubber Property—Elongation at Specific Stress.
PLASTICS – Standard Test Method for Vicat Softening Temperature of Plastics
Standard Test Method for Breaking Strength of Yarn in Skein Form.
PLASTICS – Determination of Carbon Black Content in Polyolefins… This test method covers the determination of carbon black content in polyethylene, polypropylene, and polybutylene plastics. Not recommended for use with acrylic modifications or other polar monomers that may affect precision. Carbon black content determinations are made gravimetrically after pyrolysis of the sample under nitrogen. This test method is not applicable to compositions containing non-volatile pigments or fillers other than carbon black.
RIGID CELLULAR PLASTICS – Standard Test Method for Compressive Properties of Rigid Cellular Plastics.
Standard Test Method for Tensile and Tensile Adhesion Properties of Rigid Cellular Plastics.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Strength of Soil-Cement Using Simple Beam with Third-Point Loading.
Unvulcanized RUBBER – Viscosity, Stress Relaxation, and Pre-vulcanization characteristics (Mooney Viscometer).
PLASTIC FILM – Standard for testing methods for measuring water vapor transmission of organic coatings in films.
Standard Specification for Flexible Cellular Materials—Poly (Vinyl Chloride) Foam (Closed-Cell).
Standard Test Method for Failure in Sewn Seams of Woven Fabrics. This test method measures the sewn seam strength in woven fabrics by applying a force perpendicular to the sewn seams.
PLASTICS -Resistance to Cracking for Stresses in Active Environments.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Plastics by Use of Microtensile Specimens. This test method covers certain material specifications for which a history of data has been obtained using the standard microtensile specimen. In general, this test method is superseded for general use by either Test Methods D882 or Test Method D638. The very small Type V specimen in Test Method D638 is the recommended specimen when limited amounts of material are available.
PLASTIC FILM – Determination of Dart Impact Resistance – Free Fall.
Standard Specification for Extruded Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Rod, Heavy Walled Tubing and Basic Shapes. This specification covers the tests and requirements of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) rods molded by extrusion and compression and heavy wall pipes manufactured from virgin or reprocessed PTFE resin. Section of Tests of Resistance to Traction and Elongation (elongation).
Standard Test Methods for Mechanical Fasteners in Wood. Wood mechanical seal test: This standard provides a basic procedure for evaluating the resistance of wood and wood base materials to the direct extraction of nails, staples and screws.
TEXTILES – Standard test method for measuring the thickness of Textile Materials.
Standard Practice for Conducting Creep Tests of Metal-to-Metal Adhesives.
Standard Test Method for Climbing Drum Peel for Adhesives. This test method covers the determination of the peel resistance of adhesive bonds between: a relatively flexible adherend and a rigid adherend; and the relatively flexible facing of a sandwich structure and its core, when tested under specified conditions.
Standard Test Method for Adhesion Between Tire Bead Wire and Rubber. This test method cover procedures for testing the strength of adhesion of single-filament wire to vulcanized rubber compounds. The method applies to, but is not limited to, wire made from brass, bronze, or zinc coated steel wire. The adhesion strength is expressed as the magnitude of the pull-out force for the single filament of wire.
Standard Test Method for Peel Resistance of Adhesives (T-Peel Test). This test method is primarily intended for determining the relative peel resistance of adhesive bonds between flexible adherends by means of a T-type specimen.
PLASTIC FILM – Standard Test Method for Static and Kinetic Coefficients of Friction of Plastic Film and Sheeting.
PLASTIC FILM – Resistance to tear propagation of plastic film and Thin Sheets by the Pendulum Method.
Standard test method for resistance to tear propagation (tearing of trousers) of plastic film and thin film by a single-tear method. This test method covers the determination of the force required to propagate a tear in a plastic film and a thin sheet (thickness of 1 mm (0.04 inches) or less) by a one-tear method. The method is not applicable for film or sheet material where brittle faults occur during the test.
Standard Test Methods of Static Tests of Lumber in Structural Sizes. These tests cover the evaluation of wood in structural size by several test procedures. Flexural strength tests – Compression parallel to the grain (short column, without lateral support L / r.
Standard Test Methods for Multi-Modal Strength Testing of Autohesives (Contact Adhesives).
Standard Test Methods for Sampling and Testing Untreated Paper Used for Electrical Insulation.
Standard Test Methods for Sewing Threads. This test method can be used to determine the breaking strength of a single strand and the elongation of the sewing threads. The single-strand test includes the resistance of the loop, the strength of the knot and the elongation in the sewing forces.
Standard Test Methods for Strength Tests for Zippers.
Opening/closing size of twist-off caps in containers.
Unvulcanized RUBBER – Test Method for Rubber-Vulcanization Properties Using Oscillating Disc Rheometer.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Strength of Adhesives by Means of Bar and Rod Specimens.
Standard Test Method for Longitudinal Tensile Properties of “Fiberglass” (Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Thermosetting-Resin) Pipe and Tube. This test standard covers the determination of the comparative longitudinal tensile properties of glass fiber tubing when tested under defined conditions of pre-treatment, temperature and speed of the test machine. Both glass fibers reinforced with thermosetting resin…
Standard Test Method for Bursting Strength of Leather by the Ball Method This test method covers the determination of the bursting strength of leather by the ball method. It may be used to test a large variety of leathers and leather products. It is particularly applicable to light- and medium-weight leathers, such as shoe uppers and garments. This test method does not apply to wet blue.
Standard Test Method for Breaking Strength of Leather by the Grab Method. This test method covers the determination of the breaking strength of leather by the grab method. It is intended for use on light, soft leathers; boarded, sueded, or embossed leathers tested on a specimen in the form of a rectangle piece; narrow strap, welt, lace, and round belt leathers; or other leathers that cannot be accurately tested by Test Method D2209. This test method does not apply to wet blue.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Strength of Leather. This test method covers the determination of the load required to rupture a leather test specimen having a 1/2-in. (12.7-mm) width. The load to rupture divided by the original unstretched cross-sectional area gives the tensile strength. It may be used for all types of leather that are smooth and firm enough to permit accurate thickness measurements. This test method does not apply to wet blue.
Standard Test Method for Elongation of Leather.This test method covers the measurement of the elongation or stretch characteristics of leather produced by a tensile load. This test method is intended for use on all types of leather and with all of the breaking load tests. This test method does not apply to wet blue.
Standard Test Method for Slit Tear Resistance of Leather. This test method covers the determination of the slit tear resistance of light leathers such as shoe uppers, gloves, and upholstery. This test method does not apply to wet blue.
Standard Test Method for Compressibility of Leather This test method covers the determination of the compressibility of sole leather. This test method does not apply to wet blue.
Standard Test Method for Adhesion Between Steel Tire Cords and Rubber.
Standard Test Method for Rubber Property—Durometer Hardness.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Yarns by the Single-Strand Method. This test method covers the determination of tensile properties of monofilament, multifilament, and spun yarns, either single, plied, or cabled with the exception of yarns that stretch more than 5.0 % when tension is increased from 0.05 to 1.0 cN/tex [0.5 to 1.0 gf/tex].
Standard Test Method for Tearing Strength of Fabrics by the Tongue (Single Rip) Procedure (Constant-Rate-of-Extension Tensile Testing Machine).
Standard Test Method for Apparent Hoop Tensile Strength of Plastic or Reinforced Plastic Pipe.
Standard Test Method for Creep Properties of Adhesives in Shear by Compression Loading (Metal-to-Metal) Standard test method for creep properties (Creep) of compression shear adhesives (metal to metal). This test method covers the determination of the (creep) fluence properties of metal bonding adhesives when tested on a standard sample and subjected to certain conditions of temperature and compression stress in a test apparatus loaded by spring.
Standard test method for the yield properties of shear bonding adhesives (metal to metal). This test method covers the determination of the (creep) fluence properties of adhesives for joining metals when tested on a standard sample and subjected to certain conditions of temperature and tensile stress in a spring-loaded test apparatus.
Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Adhesives in Shear by Tension Loading at Elevated Temperatures (Metal-to-Metal).
Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Adhesives in Two-Ply Wood Construction in Shear by Tension Loading. Standard test method for the strength properties of adhesives in the construction of two-layer wood in section by tension load. This test method covers the determination of the comparative shear strengths of adhesives when tested on a standard sample and under specified conditions of preparation, conditioning and testing. This test method is intended to be applied only to adhesives used to join wood to wood.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Glass Fiber Strands, Yarns, and Rovings Used in Reinforced Plastics. This test method covers the determination of the comparative tensile properties of glass fiber strands, yarns, and rovings in the form of impregnated rod test specimens when tested under defined conditions of pretreatment, temperature, humidity, and tension testing machine speed. This test method is applicable to continuous filament, glass fiber materials that have been coated with a resin compatible sizing. This method is intended for use in quality control and R & D, and should not be used to develop composites design data.
Standard Test Method for Short-Beam Strength of Polymer Matrix Composite Materials and Their Laminates.
Standard Test Method for Determination of External Loading Characteristics of Plastic Pipe by Parallel-Plate Loading.
PLASTIC PIPES – Standard Test Method for Determination of the Impact Resistance of Thermoplastic Pipe and Fittings by Means of a Tup (Falling Weight).
THERMOSETTING RESINS- Test for Gel Time and Peak Exothermic Reaction Temperature.
Standard Practice for Testing Load-Strain Properties of Roofing Membranes.This practice is a guide for determining the load-strain properties of roofing membranes and their components at various temperatures. Test specimens may be prepared in the laboratory or cut from samples obtained in the field.
Standard Test Method for Breaking Tenacity of Wool Fibers, Flat Bundle Method— 18-in. (3.2-mm) Gage Length.
Adhesive shear test: This test standard covers the determination of the comparative shear strength of adhesives for metal bonding when tested in a standard specimen and under specified conditions of preparation and testing.
Standard Specification for Adhesives for Structured Adhesive Wood Products for Use under Exterior Exposure Conditions. Resistance to shear by compression load after conditioning to the objective moisture content. Standard Specification for Adhesives for Bonded Structural Wood Products for Use Under Exterior Exposure Conditions. Resistance to delamination during exposure to three cycles of wetting by vacuum pressure followed by drying at elevated temperature.
PLASTICS – Determination of IZOD Impact Resistance.
PLASTICS – Standard Test Methods for Determining the CHARPY Pendulum Impact Resistance of Plastics.
Standard Test Method for Stretch Properties of Knitted Fabrics Having Low Power. This test method covers the measurement of fabric stretch and fabric growth of knitted fabrics intended for applications requiring low-power stretch properties.
Standard Test Method for Fiber Cohesion in Sliver and Top (Static Tests) This test method describes the measurement of fiber cohesion as the force required to cause initial drafting in a bundle of fibers in sliver and top. The observed cohesive force required to separate the fibers is converted to cohesive tenacity based on the linear density of the specimen.
Standard Test Methods for Thermoplastic Insulations and Jackets for Wire and Cable. Thermoplastic Wire Sheath (Jacket) Tensile Test.
Standard Test Methods for Backing Fabric Characteristics of Pile Yarn Floor Coverings. These test methods cover the procedures listed as follows for testing woven, knitted and nonwoven backing fabrics designed for use in the manufacture of pile yarn floor coverings.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Elastomeric Yarns (CRE Type Tensile Testing Machines).
Standard Test Method for Column Crush Properties of Blown Thermoplastic Containers. This test method covers the determination of mechanical properties of blown thermoplastic containers, whether blown commercially or in the laboratory, loaded under columnar crush conditions at a constant rate of compressive deflection.
Standard Test Methods for Heat-Shrinkable Tubing for Electrical Use.
Standard Test Methods for Structural Panels in Planar Shear (Rolling Shear). These test methods determine the shear properties of structural panels associated with shear distortion of the planes parallel to the edge planes of the panels. Both shear strength and modulus of rigidity may be determined. Primarily, the tests measure the planar shear (rolling shear) strength developed in the plane of the panel.
Standard Test Methods for Structural Panels in Shear Through-the-Thickness.
Standard Test Methods for Bonded, Fused, and Laminated Apparel Fabrics.
Standard Test Method for Elastic Properties of Elastomeric Yarns (CRE Type Tensile Testing Machines).
PLASTIC SHRINKAGE. This test method covers determination of the degree of linear thermal shrinkage.
Standard Test Method for Resistance R-Value and Expansion Pressure of Compacted Soils.
Standard Test Methods for Flexible Composites of Copper Foil with Dielectric Film or Treated Fabrics.
Standard Test Method for Durability Assessment of Adhesive Joints Stressed in Peel Testing of adhesive joints by means of samples of type “T-peel” (peeling in T). This test method provides data to evaluate the durability of the adhesive joints by means of T-peel type samples subjected to pressure in contact with air, air in equilibrium with certain solutions, water, aqueous solutions or other environments at various temperatures.
Standard Test Method for Determining Durability of Adhesive Joints Stressed in Shear by Tension Loading. This test method covers data for assessing the durability of adhesive lap-shear joints while stressed in contact with air, air in equilibrium with certain solutions, water, aqueous solutions, or other environments at various temperatures.
Standard Test Methods for Steel Tire Cords These test methods cover the testing of cords made from steel that are specifically designed for use in the reinforcement of pneumatic tires. By agreement, these test methods may be used to test similar cords or filaments used for reinforcing other rubber products. The steel cords may be wound on spools or beams. The steel cords may also be woven into fabric, in which case they must be removed from the fabric prior to testing.
RUBBER – RUBBER – Standard test methods for rubber products-Chemical analysis (Density, Ash…).
Standard test methods for testing tire cables, tire cable fabrics and industrial wires made from glass filaments.
Standard Test Method for Pressure-Sensitive Tack of Adhesives Using an Inverted Probe Machine This test method covers measurement of the pressure-sensitive tack of adhesives. This test method is applicable to those adhesives which form a bond of measurable strength rapidly upon contact with another surface and which can be removed from that surface cleanly, that is, without leaving a residue visible to the eye. For such adhesives, tack may be measured as the force required to separate an adhesive and the adherend at the interface shortly after they have been brought into contact under a defined load of known duration at a specified temperature.
Standard Test Methods for Tensile, Compressive, and Flexural Creep and Creep-Rupture of Plastics.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Polymer Matrix Composite Materials.
Standard Test Methods for Structural Panels in Flexure.
Standard Test Method for Shear Modulus of Wood-Based Structural Panels.
SEALED CONTAINERS – This test method covers the determination of leakage in flexible containers by the emission of bubbles.
Standard Test Method for Permanent Deformation of Elastomeric Yarns This test method covers the determination of the permanent deformation of continuous and bare elastomeric monofilaments and filament yarns made of rubber, spandex, anidex or other elastomers subjected to prolonged periods of tension. This test method is applicable to elastomeric yarns having a linear density in the range of 4 to 320 tex (36 to 2900 den.).
Standard test methods for stretching properties of tensioned yarn fabrics.This test method covers the determination of the amount of stretch of the fabric, the growth of fabric, and the recovery of the fabric from woven fabrics in whole or in part from yarns after stretching to a specified tension and extension.
Standard Test Method for Determining Strength of Adhesively Bonded Rigid Plastic Lap-Shear Joints in Shear by Tension Loading.
Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Adhesively Bonded Plastic Lap-Shear Sandwich Joints in Shear by Tension Loading.
Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Adhesives in Shear by Tension Loading of Single-Lap-Joint Laminated Assemblies.
Standard Test Method for Fatigue Properties of Adhesives in Shear by Tension Loading (Metal/Metal).
Standard Test Method for Floating Roller Peel Resistance of Adhesives.
Standard Test Methods for Breaking Tenacity of Manufactured Textile Fibers in Loop or Knot Configurations.
Standard Practice for Compatibility of Plasticizers in Poly(Vinyl Chloride) Plastics Under Compression.
Standard Test Method for Peel Adhesion of Pressure-Sensitive Tape.
Standard Test Method for Blocking Load of Plastic Film by the Parallel Plate Method. Describes a qualitative and quantitative method to evaluate the tendency of films and sheets of flexible plastic to adhere to each other when left in contact for some time, at a specified temperature and under slight pressure.
Standard Test Method for Compressive Properties of Polymer Matrix Composite Materials with Unsupported Gage Section by Shear Loading.
PLASTIC FILM – Standard test method to determine the impact resistance of plastic film by the pendulum method.
Standard Test Method for Fracture Strength in Cleavage of Adhesives in Bonded Metal Joints.
Standard Specification for Rubber Contraceptives (Male Condoms).
Standard Specification for Adhesives for Field-Gluing Plywood to Lumber Framing for Floor Systems.
Standard Test Methods for Structural Panels in Tension.
This standard covers the determination of the compression properties of structural wood-based panels. Wood-based structural panels in use include plywood, waferboard, oriented strand board, and veneer and wood composites.
Standard Test Method for In-Plane Shear Response of Polymer Matrix Composite Materials by Tensile Test of a ±45° Laminate.
Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Double Lap Shear Adhesive Joints by Tension Loading.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Fiber Reinforced Metal Matrix Composites This test standard covers the determination of the tensile properties of metal matrix composites reinforced by high modulus continuous and discontinuous fibers.
Standard Test Methods for Flexible Cellular Materials—Slab, Bonded, and Molded Urethane Foams.
Standard Test Methods for Flexible Cellular Materials Made From Olefin Polymers Tensile strength and elongation – Compression set under constant deflection – Compression Deflection – Tear resistance.
Standard specification for rubber surgical gloves (Tests of tensile strength, maximum elongation, tension in elongation).
Standard Specification for Rubber Surgical Drainage Tubes, Penrose-Type. This specification covers the Penrose rubber tubes used in performing certain surgical drainage procedures. The sterility, safety and opaque X-ray of the rubber tube shall be tested to meet the prescribed requirements. The physical dimensions and physical requirements of the rubber tube will be tested to meet the prescribed requirements.
Standard Specification for Rubber Cellular Cushion Used for Carpet or Rug Underlay ASTM D3676 determines the high-density cellular rubber adhered to carpet, rugs, or various substrates for use as separate underlay. This standard may also be used as a specification for separately blown sponge used as carpet underlay.
Standard Practice for Establishing Allowable Properties for Structural Glued Laminated Timber (Glulam). This practice covers the procedures for establishing allowable properties for structural glued laminated timber. Included are the allowable stresses for bending, tension and compression parallel to the grain, horizontal shear, compression perpendicular to the grain, and radial tension and compression in curved members. Also included are modulus of elasticity and modulus of rigidity.
Standard Test Method for Breaking Strength and Elongation of Pressure-Sensitive Tape.
Standard Test Method for Adhesive-Bonded Surface Durability of Aluminum (Wedge Test).
Standard Test Methods for Rubber (Elastomeric) Conveyor Belting, Flat Type.
Standard Test Method for Bursting Strength of Textiles—Constant-Rate-of-Traverse (CRT) Ball Burst Test.
These test methods describe the procedures for the inspection and testing of all types and constructions of rubber hose.
Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Adhesives in Cleavage Peel by Tension Loading (Engineering Plastics-to-Engineering Plastics).
Standard Test Methods for Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive-Coated Tapes Used for Electrical and Electronic Applications.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Single Textile Fibers.
Standard Practice for Determining Degradation End Point in Degradable Polyethylene and Polypropylene Using a Tensile Test The Standard covers a degradation end point or a brittle point, for degradable polyethylene / polypropylene films and sheets less than 1.0 mm thick. The tensile elongation property can be used to provide data for research and development and engineering design, as well as quality control specifications.
Standard Test Method for In-Plane Shear Strength of Reinforced Plastics.
Standard Test Method for In-Plane Shear Strength of Pultruded Glass-Reinforced Plastic Rod.
Pull test of plastic rods reinforced with fiberglass Pultruded-tests: This test standard describes a method for determining the tensile properties of a pultruded glass fiber reinforced thermosetting plastic rod with diameters between 1/8 in. And 25.4 mm.
Standard Test Method for Evaluating Stress Cracking of Plastics by Adhesives Using the Bent-Beam Method.
This test method covers the determination of the comparative shear properties of filler adhesives in wood-to-wood joints at specified dry bond line thicknesses, when tested on standard specimens under specified conditions of preparation, conditioning and load in compression. This test method is intended to be an evaluation of gap filling adhesives, such as those used to join plywood to sawn timber, sawn timber and other similar materials in building constructions.
Standard Test Method for Resistance to Delamination of the Secondary Backing of Pile Yarn Floor Covering.
RUBBER – Standard Test Methods for Rubber Property—Compression Set Residual Deformation to Compression at Constant Load – Method A.
RUBBER – Residual Deformation to Compression – Method B – Constant Deformation.
Standard Specification for Strapping, Nonmetallic (and Joining Methods) This specification covers nonmetallic strapping and joining methods intended for use in closing, reinforcing, and bundling articles for shipment, unitizing, palletizing, and bracing for car loading and truck loading.
Standard Test Method for Measuring Strength and Shear Modulus of Nonrigid Adhesives by the Thick-Adherend Tensile-Lap Specimen.
BARRIER PLASTIC FILM – Determination of Oxygen Permeability.
Standard Test Methods for Properties of Continuous Filament Carbon and Graphite Fiber Tows. These test standards cover tensile tests of resin-impregnated and consolidated test specimens made of continuous filament yarns and graphite yarns, rovings and tow to determine their tensile properties.
Standard Test Method for Measuring Shear Properties of Structural Adhesives by the Modified-Rail Test. This standard describes the equipment and procedures for measuring the shear modulus and the shear strength of the adhesive layers between rigid adherents.
Standard Specification for Solar Screening Woven from Vinyl-Coated Fiber Glass Yarn. This specification covers the requirements for the shielding of fiberglass vinyl coated solar panels.
Standard Test Method for Stiffness of Fabric by the Circular Bend Procedure.
Standard Test Method for Tensile-Tear Strength of Bituminous Roofing Membranes.
Standard Test Methods for Vulcanized Rubber and Thermoplastic Elastomers—Tension.These test methods cover procedures used to evaluate the tensile (tension) properties of vulcanized thermoset rubbers and thermoplastic elastomers. These methods are not applicable to ebonite and similar hard, low elongation materials. The methods appear as follows: – Test Method A—Dumbbell and Straight Section Specimens. – Test Method B—Cut Ring Specimens.
Standard Test Methods for Rubber Property—Adhesion to Flexible Substrate.
Standard Practice for Performance Testing of Shipping Containers and Systems ASTM D 4169 furnishes packaging designers with a method for predicting the performance of new or redesigned packages when distributed by any mode of transport. It provides a uniform basis for evaluation in the laboratory by subjecting shipping containers to a test plan of anticipated hazard elements encountered in the distribution environment. Each hazard element is simulated by an ASTM test method, and a series of tests, specific to a particular type of distribution, are conducted in sequence with the packaging unopened for inspection until completion of testing. The package is then opened and a determination made concerning its performance — have both contents and package emerged acceptably according to standardized criteria.
Standard Test Method for In-Plane Shear Properties of Polymer Matrix Composite Materials by Shear Shear Rail Method.
Standard Test Methods for Rubber Property—Adhesion to Rigid Substrates.
Standard Test Method for Apparent Horizontal Shear Strength of Pultruded Reinforced Plastic Rods By the Short-Beam Method.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Properties of Fiber Reinforced Pultruded Plastic Rods.
Standard Test Method for Shear Strength of Adhesive Bonds Between Rigid Substrates by the Block-Shear Method.
Standard Test Method for Heat and Moisture Resistance of Wood-Adhesive Joints Compression Load Shearing Device with self-adjusting support (CS).
Trapezoidal Tear Test of Geotextiles: This test is an index test used to measure the force required to continue or propagate a tear in woven or nonwoven geotextiles by the trapezoidal standard.
Standard Test Method for Shear Strength of Adhesives Using Pin-and-Collar Specimen. This test method covers the determination of the shear strength of cured liquid adhesive used for retaining cylindrical pieces for locking and sealing threaded fasteners.
CONTAINERS AND PACKAGING – Standard test method to determine the compressive strength of a container under a constant load.
Standard test method for the effects of temperature on the stability of geotextiles: This test standard provides a method for determining the effects of climatic temperature on the tensile strength and elongation properties of geotextiles.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Geotextiles by the Wide-Width Strip Method.
Standard Test Method for Grab Breaking Load and Elongation of Geotextiles.
Standard Guide for Selection and Use of Stretch Wrap Films. Puncture test (compression mode).
Standard Test Method for Creep and Time to Failure of Adhesives in Static Shear by Compression Loading (Wood-to-Wood).
Standard practice for compression molding of thermoplastic materials into test specimens, plates, or sheets.
Standard Test Method for Tearing Strength, Tongue Tear of Leather. This test method is designed to determine the tear strength of leather by measuring the force required to tear a cut sample perpendicular to the surface
Standard Test Method for Stitch Tear Strength of Leather, Double Hole. This test method is for use in determining the tear resistance point of leather using a double hole. It is applicable to especially light leathers.
Standard Test Methods for Mechanical Properties of Lumber and Wood-Base Structural Material.
Standard Test Method for Adhesion of Tire Cords and Other Reinforcing Cords to Rubber Compounds by H-Test Procedure.
This test method is designed to determine the stitch-tear strength of leather with a tear from a hole. It is applicable particularly heavy leathers.
Standard Test Method for Unnotched Cantilever Beam Impact Resistance of Plastics.
Standard Specification for Flexible Cellular Materials Made From Polyolefin Plastics. This specification applies to flexible closed-cell materials made from polyolefin plastics and blends of polyolefin plastics. Two types of flexible, closed-cell polyolefin foams are covered: * type I – closed cell foams made with polyolefin plastics and either chemically or radiation crosslinked, and * type II – closed cell foams made with polyolefin plastics that are non-crosslinked. Cellular polyolefin foams furnished under this specification shall be manufactured from any resin or blend of resins that are members of the polyolefin family together with added compounding materials. Unless otherwise specified, the color of cellular polyolefin foams shall be natural. In this standard, tensile test is done according to ASTM D412, tear test is done according to ASTM D624.
This test standard covers procedures for characterizing thermoplastic fabrics (eg polyester, polyamide, polypropylene, etc.) used in precast roofing and waterproofing membranes.
This test method is designed for use with all types of leather to determine the load required to tear a leather strap attached to a buckle.
Standard test method to determine the puncture resistance index of geomembranes and related products.
Standard Test Method for Resistance to Unsnapping of Snap Fasteners. This test standard covers the determination of the force required to uncouple the quick closures by a perpendicular traction parallel to the plane of the pressure seal.
Standard Test Method for Strength of Sewn or Bonded Seams of Geotextiles. This test standard covers the strength of geotextile seams. The primary distinction of this test standard for evaluating the strength of the seam is the width of the sample.
Standard Test Method for Determining Performance Strength of Geomembranes by the Wide Strip Tensile Method.
Standard Test Method for Fabric Stability of Vinyl-Coated Glass Yarn Insect Screening and Louver Cloth. This test standard provides a method to evaluate the stability of the fabric by measuring the slip resistance of the yarn of the filling yarns on the warp yarns, or the warp yarns on the yarns of filling in the vinyl-coated glass yarn.
Standard Test Method for Fastener Rupture and Tear Resistance of Roofing and Waterproofing Sheets, Roll Roofing, and Shingles.
Standard test method for the tension and elongation of elastic fabrics (tensile test machine of constant extension rate type). This test standard covers the measurement of tension and elongation of broad or narrow elastic fabrics made of natural or artificial elastomers, alone or in combination with other textile yarns, when tested with a constant rate type of extension (CRE) type Traction Testing Machine.
Standard Test Methods for Single-Filament Tire Bead Wire Made from Steel. This test standard covers the testing of single-filament steel wires that are components of the tire bands used in the manufacture of tires.
Standard Test Method for Breaking Strength and Elongation of Textile Fabrics (Grab Test).
Standard Test Method for Breaking Force and Elongation of Textile Fabrics (Strip Method).
Standard Test Method for Fracture Strength in Cleavage of Adhesives in Bonded Joints. This test standard covers the determination of fracture strength in the division of adhesive bonds when tested in standard reinforced plastic specimens and under specified conditions of preparation and testing.
Standard Test Methods for Plane-Strain Fracture Toughness and Strain Energy Release Rate of Plastic Materials. Flexion test in 3 points.
Standard Specification for Establishing and Monitoring Structural Capacities of Prefabricated Wood I-Joists. Procedures to establish, monitor and reevaluate the structural capacities of prefabricated wooden “I” beams. The capacities considered are shear, reaction, moment and rigidity.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Reinforced Thermosetting Plastics Using Straight-Sided Specimens.
Standard Test Methods for Copper-Clad Thermosetting Laminates for Printed Wiring Boards This test standard covers the procedures for testing copper-clad laminates produced from fiber-reinforced thermosetting polymeric materials intended for the manufacture of printed circuit boards.
Standard Test Method for Shear Strength (Dynamic Method) of Hook and Loop Touch Fasteners This test standard measures the shear strength of the hook and loop fasteners (CRE) using a constant extension logging speed of the tensile testing machine.
Standard Test Method for Peel Strength (“T” Method) of Hook and Loop Touch Fasteners. This standard covers the measurement of the detachment resistance of the hook and loop tactile fasteners using a constant extension speed traction test (CRE) machine.
Adhesion test of organic coating to plastic substrates: Adhesion test of the organic coating to plastic substrates – Measurement of the force required to break the coating / substrate bond with a tensile testing machine.
Standard Test Method for Evaluating the Unconfined Tension Creep and Creep Rupture Behavior of Geosynthetics.
VULCANIZED RUBBER – Vulcanization properties using a Rotorless Rheometer
Standard Practice for Determination of 2 % Secant Modulus for Polyethylene Geomembranes.
Standard Test Method for Long-Term Ring-Bending Strain of “Fiberglass” (Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Thermosetting-Resin) Pipe.
Standard Performance Specification for Woven and Knitted Shower Curtains for Institutional and Household Use. Breaking strength (load) (CRT).
Standard Test Method for Shear Properties of Composite Materials by the V-Notched Beam Method.
Standard Test Method for Conducting Time-to-Failure (Creep-Rupture) Tests of Joints Fabricated from Nonbituminous Organic Roof Membrane Material. This test method covers the laboratory determination of the time to failure (creep-rupture) of the joints manufactured from non-bituminous organic roof membrane material. The test method covers both T-joints and lap shear joints subject to constant tensile loading under controlled environmental conditions.
Standard Test Method for Inplane Shear Properties of Hoop Wound Polymer Matrix Composite Cylinders.
Standard Test Method for Transverse Compressive Properties of Hoop Wound Polymer Matrix Composite Cylinders. This test procedure determines the cross-compression properties of rolled polymer matrix composites reinforced by high modulus continuous fibers. ASTM D5449 describes the test of winding cylinders (90 degrees) in axial compression for the determination of transverse compression properties.
Standard Test Method for Transverse Tensile Properties of Hoop Wound Polymer Matrix Composite Cylinders.
Standard Test Method for Peel Cling of Stretch Wrap Film.
Standard Test Method for Compressive Properties of Unidirectional Polymer Matrix Composite Materials Using a Sandwich Beam.
Standard Test Method for the Determination of Pyramid Puncture Resistance of Unprotected and Protected Geomembranes.
Standard Test Method for Evaluating the Flexural Properties of Fire-Retardant Treated Softwood Plywood Exposed to Elevated Temperatures. This test method is designed to determine the effect of exposure to high temperatures and humidities on the flexure properties of fire-retardant treated softwood plywood. In this test method, plywood is exposed to a temperature of 77°C (170°F).
Standard Test Method for Mode I Interlaminar Fracture Toughness of Unidirectional Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composites.
Standard Specification for Adhesives Used for Finger Joints in Nonstructural Lumber Products. Standard specification for adhesives used for Finger Joints in non-structural wood products. This specification establishes performance levels for adhesives that will be used in Finger Joints in non-structural sawnwood products. Such products include, but are not limited to, interior and exterior moldings, components or parts of windows and doors, and panels of sawn timber.
Standard Test Method for Tearing Strength of Fabrics by Trapezoid Procedure.
Standard Test Method for Static Puncture Resistance of Roofing Membrane Specimens.
Standard Test Method for Performing Laboratory Direct Shear Strength Tests of Rock Specimens Under Constant Normal Force.
Standard Test Method for Surface Bond Strength of Wood-Base Fiber and Particle Panel Materials. This test method is a measure of the cohesive strength of the fibers, or particles, on the surface of wood fiber and particle panels (e.g., particle board and medium density fibreboard) in the direction perpendicular to the plane of the panel.
Standard Test Methods for Single-Bolt Connections in Wood and Wood-Based Products. This test method is a measure of the cohesive strength of the fibers, or particles, on the surface of wood fiber and particle panels (e.g., particle board and medium density fibreboard) in the direction perpendicular to the plane of the panel.
Standard Test Method for Thick-Adherend Metal Lap-Shear Joints for Determination of the Stress-Strain Behavior of Adhesives in Shear by Tension Loading. This standard has a test specification that determines the stress-strain behavior of adhesives in shear. A tensile load is applied to the cross-cut samples of coarse adhesion and the adhesive is placed in shear. The shear strain properties of the adhesive are obtained. This test method aims to characterize the adhesive properties and is useful for the design and analysis of adhesively bonded joints.
Standard Test Method for Testing Flexible Cellular Materials Measurement of Indentation Force Deflection Using a 25-mm [1-in.] Deflection Technique.
Standard Test Method for Protrusion Puncture Resistance of Stretch Wrap Film.
Standard Test Methods for Rubber Properties in Compression These test methods cover two test procedures for determining the compression-deflection characteristics of rubber compounds other than those usually classified as hard rubber and sponge rubber.
Standard Specification for Adhesives Used for Laminate Joints in Nonstructural Lumber Products. Adhesives to be used in laminated joints in non-structural wood products – interior and exterior moldings, components or parts of windows and doors, and panels of sawn wood. This specification should be used to evaluate adhesives, as well as adhesive bonds in non-structural sawnwood products.
Standard Test Method for Evaluating Dowel-Bearing Strength of Wood and Wood-Based Products This test standard provides the basic procedure for evaluating the resistance of pins in wood and wood products. The results of the tests (Dowel-Bearing) are used to determine the resistance to the static load and deformation characteristics of the connections of wood and wood products resulting from the application of a load transmitted by a fastener inserted in a hole drilled or driven without drilling. The test methods are applied to fasteners such as dowels, bolts, nails, dowels, drift pins, screws, delay screws and staples.
Standard Test Method for Open-Hole Tensile Strength of Polymer Matrix Composite Laminates. This test standard determines the tensile strength of open holes of multidirectional polymer matrix composite laminates reinforced by high modulus fibers. The shapes of composite material are limited to reinforced composite materials of continuous fiber or discontinuous fiber (tape or fabric, or both) reinforced in which the laminate is balanced and symmetrical with respect to the direction of testing.
Standard specification for fiberglass yarns This specification covers the requirements for continuous fiber and short fiberglass fibers. It also covers textured fiberglass yarns.
Standard Specification for Untreated Glass Fabrics (Raw) This specification covers the raw woven fabrics of electric “E” fiberglass yarns. This specification can also be applied to fabrics of other types of fiberglass agreed between the buyer and the supplier.
Standard specification for ribbons and strips of untreated woven glass fibers. This specification refers mainly to untreated (raw) tapes and ribbons, woven with fiberglass strands of electrical rating “E”.
Standard Test Method for Toughness and Tenacity of Asphalt Materials.
Standard Test Method for Determining Seam Strength in Inflatable Restraint Cushions. This test standard covers the measurement of sewing efficiency and maximum seam strength in inflatable cushions contained in woven fabrics when a force is applied perpendicular to the seam, using a grip test.
Standard Test Method for Lap Shear Adhesion for Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Bonding. This test standard describes a coating shear test for use in measuring adhesion characteristics of adhesives for bonding fiber reinforced plastics to themselves and to metals. The method is applicable to random and oriented to FRP fibers.
Standard Test Method for Determining Tearing Strength of Internally Reinforced Geomembranes ASTM D5884 is a test standard that uses the tongue tear method to determine tear strength. The test specimens are flexible geomembranes that have an internal textile reinforcement. A Universal Testing Machine which can pull at a Constant Rate of Extension (CRE) is required as well as the necessary grips to secure the sample.
Standard Test Method for Bearing Response of Polymer Matrix Composite Laminates This test method covers the response of fixed or fixed joint supports using composite multidirectional polymer matrix laminates reinforced by high modulus fibers by double shear tensile loading (Procedure A), simple tensile loading or compression of a specimen two-piece (Procedure B), single shear tensile load of a one-piece sample (Procedure C) or double shear compression load (Procedure D). For each procedure, standard sample configurations are described using fixed values of test parameters. However, when fully documented in the test report, a series of test parameters may optionally be varied.
Standard Test Method for Rubber Property—Abrasion Resistance (Rotary Drum Abrader).
Standard Test Method for Determining Adhesive Shear Strength of Carpet Adhesives.
Standard Test Method for Rubber Property—Measurement of the Viscous and Elastic Behavior of Unvulcanized Raw Rubbers and Rubber Compounds by Compression Between Parallel Plates.
Standard Test Method for Determining J-R Curves of Plastic Materials. This test standard covers the determination of crack growth resistance curves (J-integral) versus crack growth resistance for polymeric materials.
Standard Test Method for Trapezoid Tearing Strength of Leather.
Standard Test Method for Compressive Properties of Plastic Lumber and Shapes. This test standard covers the determination of the mechanical properties of wood and plastic forms, when the entire cross section is loaded in compression at relatively low stress or load speeds. Compression tests provide information on the compression properties of wood and plastic forms when these products are used in conditions close to those in which the tests are carried out.
Standard Test Methods for Flexural Properties of Unreinforced and Reinforced Plastic Lumber and Related Products.
Standard Test Method for Determining the Charpy Impact Resistance of Notched Specimens of Plastics. This test method is used to determine the resistance of plastics to breakage by flexural shock as indicated by the energy extracted from standardized (see Note 1) pendulum-type hammers, mounted in standardized machines, in breaking standard specimens with one pendulum swing. This test method requires specimens to be made with a milled notch (see Note 2). The notch produces a stress concentration which promotes a brittle, rather than a ductile, fracture. The results of this test method are reported in terms of energy absorbed per unit of specimen width.
Standard Test Methods for Compressive and Flexural Creep and Creep-Rupture of Plastic Lumber and Shapes.
Standard Test Methods for Mechanical Fasteners in Plastic Lumber and Shapes.
Standard Test Methods for Loop Tack. Loop Tack Tests: These tests cover the determination of the properties of a pressure sensitive adhesive.
Standard Practice for Tests to Evaluate the Chemical Resistance of Geogrids to Liquids.
Standard test methods for the rubber hose for the car’s air brake and vacuum system: These test standards are used to test the conventional types of hoses used for the operation of air brakes and vacuum braking systems, either in a single motor vehicle or as connection or transmission lines in a combination of vehicles. The hose can be assembled with suitable metal couplings or it can be manufactured for use with detachable accessories. The term “rubber” as used in these test methods includes synthetic compounds as well as natural rubber compounds.
Standard Test Method for Tear Strength of Conventional Vulcanized Rubber and Thermoplastic Elastomers.
Standard Test Method for Static Puncture Strength of Geotextiles and Geotextile-Related Products Using a 50-mm Probe.
Standard Test Method for Peel Adhesion of Pressure-Sensitive Label Stocks at a 90° Angle.
Standard Test Method for Measuring the Damage Resistance of a Fiber-Reinforced Polymer-Matrix Composite to a Concentrated Quasi-Static Indentation Force.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Properties of Unreinforced and Reinforced Plastics and Electrical Insulating Materials by Four-Point Bending.
Standard Specification for Nitrile Examination Gloves for Medical Application.
Standard Test Methods for Single Filament Hose Reinforcing Wire Made from Steel. This test standard covers testing of single filament steel cables that are used to reinforce hose products.
Standard Specification for Male Condoms Made from Polyurethane. The appendix of Standard A2.1.1 covers the test method for determining the tensile properties of polyurethane condoms. The elongation of the sample can be measured by extension indicators (extensometers) or displacement between gauge marks.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Plastics This test method covers the determination of the tensile properties of unreinforced and reinforced plastics in the form of standard dumbbell-shaped test specimens when tested under defined conditions of pretreatment, temperature, humidity, and testing machine speed.
Standard Test Method for Measuring the Curved Beam Strength of a Fiber-Reinforced Polymer-Matrix Composite.
Standard Test Method for Two-Dimensional Flexural Properties of Simply Supported Sandwich Composite Plates Subjected to a Distributed Load. This test standard determines the two-dimensional flexural properties of composite sandwich plates subjected to a distributed load.
COMPLETE AND FULL EXPEDITION PACKAGING AND PACKAGING – Standard test method for determining the compressive strength of shipping containers, components and loading units.
Standard Specification for Expandable Foam Adhesives for Fastening Gypsum Wallboard to Wood Framing.
PLASTICS – Standard Test Method for Deflection Temperature of Plastics Under Flexural Load in the Edgewise Position.
Standard Test Method for Open-Hole Compressive Strength of Polymer Matrix Composite Laminates.
Standard Test Method for Determining Average Bonding Peel Strength Between Top and Bottom Layers of Needle-Punched Geosynthetic Clay Liners.
Standard Test Method for Rubber Shaft Seals Determination of Recovery From Bending. This test method covers a method for determining the recovery response of the rubber after a particular flexural deformation, subsequent to aging in selected media at a specified temperature, and for a specified period of time, thus providing a measure of the performance potential relative of the compounds used in the Manufacture of shaft seals.
Standard Test Method for Stretch Properties of Textile Fabrics – CRE Method. This test standard covers the determination of the amount of fabric stretch and tissue growth after a specified extension and is maintained for a specified time.
Standard Test Method for Determination of Ply Adhesion Strength of Reinforced Geomembranes. This test standard covers the measurement of the adhesion strength (180 peel) between layers of reinforced geomembranes such as internally reinforced geomembranes and coated fabrics.
Standard Test Method for Determining Tensile Properties of Geogrids by the Single or Multi-Rib Tensile Method. This test standard covers the determination of the tensile strength properties of geogrids by subjecting strips of variable width to tensile load.
Standard Test Method for Compressive Properties of Polymer Matrix Composite Materials Using a Combined Loading Compression (CLC) Test Fixture.
Standard Test Method for Tension Strength of Sew-Through Flange Buttons.
Standard Test Method for Mixed Mode I-Mode II Interlaminar Fracture Toughness of Unidirectional Fiber Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composites.
Standard Test Method for Determining Tensile Properties of Nonreinforced Polyethylene and Nonreinforced Flexible Polypropylene Geomembranes. This test standard covers the determination of tensile properties of non-reinforced geomembranes in the form of standard dumbbell specimens when tested under defined conditions of pretreatment, temperature and speed of the machine.
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Recoverable Stretch of Stretch Yarns (Skein Method).
Standard Test Method for Determining the Fracture Properties of Asphalt Binder in Direct Tension (DT).
Standard Practice for Filled-Hole Tension and Compression Testing of Polymer Matrix Composite Laminates. It is the standard test method for tensile and compression testing of composite polymer matrix roll laminates. A narrow tolerance pin or pin is inserted into the hole of the composite test specimen and the sample is loaded in uniaxial tension or compression until failure. Unlike a support response test, the pin or fixer is not loaded or used as a load transfer mechanism between test samples and test devices. The pin or fixer simply fills the hole in the composite laminate.
Standard Test Method for Determination of Green Strength and Stress Relaxation of Raw Rubber or Unvulcanized Compounds. This test method describes a method for evaluating a characteristic of raw rubber or unvulcanized rubber compounds, or both, which is designated as green tensile strength.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Strength of Geosynthetic Clay Liners.
Standard Test Method for Breaking Strength and Elongation of Textile Webbing, Tape and Braided Material.
Standard Test Method for Bursting Strength of Fabrics Constant-Rate-of-Extension (CRE) Ball Burst Test. This test method describes the measurement of the bursting strength of woven and knitted textiles taken from rolls of fabric or fabric taken from garments.
Standard Specification for Evaluation of Duration of Load and Creep Effects of Wood and Wood-Based Products.
Standard Specification for Rigid Cellular Polystyrene Geofoam This specification covers the types, physical properties, and dimensions of rigid cellular polystyrene intended for use as geofoam. With the universal testing machine it is possible to perform physical-mechanical properties tests such as compressive resistance and flexural strength.
Standard Test Method for Ultimate Tensile Properties of Rolled Erosion Control Products.
Standard Guide for Testing Fabric-Reinforced “Textile” Composite Materials.
Standard Test Method for 90 Degree Peel Resistance of Adhesives This test standard covers the determination of the adhesion strength of an adhesive bond between a rigid adhesive and a flexible adhesive when tested at an angle of approximately 90 degrees under specified conditions of preparation and testing.
PLASTICS – Standard Test Method for Compressive Properties of Rigid Plastics. This test method covers the determination of the mechanical properties of unreinforced and reinforced rigid plastics, including high-modulus composites, when loaded in compression at relatively low uniform rates of straining or loading. Test specimens of standard shape are employed. This procedure is applicable for a composite modulus up to and including 41,370 MPa (6,000,000 psi).
Standard Test Method for Accelerated Tensile Creep and Creep-Rupture of Geosynthetic Materials Based on Time-Temperature Superposition Using the Stepped Isothermal Method.
Standard Test Method for Strip Tensile Properties of Reinforced Geomembranes.
Standard Test Method for Grab Tensile Properties of Reinforced Geomembranes.
Standard Test Method for Determining the Bond Strength (Ply Adhesion) of Geocomposites. Bond strength (layer adhesion) of geocomposites: This test index standard defines a procedure for comparing the adhesive adhesion of layer or layer of geocomposites.
Standard Test Methods for Compressive Strength and Elastic Moduli of Intact Rock Core Specimens under Varying States of Stress and Temperatures.
Standard Test Method for Short Term Creep Performance of Corrugated Fiberboard Containers Under Constant Load Using a Compression Test Machine. This test standard covers the determination of the strength of an empty corrugated paperboard container at a constant compression load applied vertically for a specified time. The test method may also include palletized or unified loads made from such containers. The boxes are tested in the orientation that is most likely to be stacked in a unified or palletized load.
Synthetic Wood – Standard Guide for Evaluating Mechanical and Physical Properties of Wood-Plastic Composite Products.
Standard Practice for Establishing Design Capacities for Oriented Strand Board (OSB) Wood-Based Structural-Use Panels.
Standard Test Method for Determining the Tensile Shear Strength of Pre-Fabricated Bituminous Geomembrane Seams.
Standard Test Method for Shear Properties of Composite Materials by V-Notched Rail Shear Method.
Standard Test Method for Compressive Residual Strength Properties of Damaged Polymer Matrix Composite Plates.
Standard Test Method for Holding Strength of Prong-Ring Attached Snap Fasteners.
Standard Specification for Testing and Establishing Allowable Loads of Joist Hangers. Permissible loads of joist suspensions: This specification covers a procedure for evaluating metal devices used for wood to wood, wood to concrete, wood to concrete masonry, and wood to steel connections. This method is designed to be used with devices used to connect joints, beams and beams together. These devices are commonly described as joist hangers.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Fiber Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composite Bars Tensile test of reinforced bars with fiber-reinforced polymer matrix: This test standard determines the longitudinal tensile and tensile strength properties of quasi-static composite bars of polymer matrix reinforced with fibers commonly used as tensile elements in concrete armed, prestressed or post-tensioned.
Standard Test Method for Bearing/Bypass Interaction Response of Polymer Matrix Composite Laminates Using 2-Fastener Specimens. This test standard determines the support / uniaxial interaction response of multidirectional polymer composite composite laminates reinforced by high modulus fibers by a double shear tensile load or a single shear tensile or compression load (Method B) of a sample of two fasteners.
Standard Test Method for Facing Properties of Sandwich Constructions by Long Beam Flexure. The standard covers the determination of coating properties of flat sandwich constructions subjected to bending in such a way that the applied moments produce curvature of the sandwich cladding planes and give rise to compressive and tensile forces in the claddings. Permitted core material forms include those with continuous bonding surfaces (such as balsa wood and foams) as well as those with discontinuous bonding surfaces (such as honeycomb).
Standard Practice for Determining Sandwich Beam Flexural and Shear Stiffness. This practice covers the determination of the flexural and transverse stiffness properties of flat sandwich constructions subjected to bending in such a way that the applied moments produce curvature of the sandwich cladding planes. Permitted core material forms include those with continuous bonding surfaces (such as balsa wood and foams) as well as those with discontinuous bonding surfaces (such as honeycomb). The calculation methods in this practice are limited to sandwich beams that exhibit a linear force-strain response.
Standard Test Method for Flexural Properties of Polymer Matrix Composite Materials. For the determination of the flexural stiffness and the resistance properties of the polymer matrix composites. The data from this test method will result in the strength, stiffness and behavior / deflection of the polymer composite matrix charge under test. The test can be performed using a four or three point loading device. The difference between the three-point and four-point bending methods is the location of the maximum bending moment and the maximum bending tension. In three-point curvature, the maximum axial tension fiber will be located directly under the load point. In four-point bending, the bending moment and the maximum bending tension are constant between the central force application members. In bending at three points, there is a resultant shear force everywhere on the beam, except directly under the midpoint force application member. In the four-point bend, the area between the central force application members has no resultant shear force.
Standard Test Method for Edge Ravel Resistance of Finished Loop Pile, Pile Yarn Floor Covering.
Standard Test Methods for Tensile Testing of Aramid Yarns.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Bituminous Geomembranes (BGM). This test method is used to measure the tensile properties of bituminous geomembranes (BGM) using a dumbbell test tube.
Standard Test Method for Through-Thickness “Flatwise” Tensile Strength and Elastic Modulus of a Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composite Material. Tensile strength tests of fiber reinforced polymer matrix composites: This test standard determines the tensile strength and elastic modulus of fiber reinforced polymer matrix composite materials. A normal tensile force is applied to the plane of the composite laminate using thick metal tabs joined adhesively.
Standard Test Method for Shear Strength of Plastics by Punch Tool. This test method covers the procedure for determining the shear strength of plastics in the form of sheets, plates, and molded shapes in thicknesses from 1.27 to 12.7 mm (0.050 to 0.500 in.).
Standard Test Method for Measuring the Fastener Pull-Through Resistance of a Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composite.
Standard Test Method for Static Energy Absorption Properties of Honeycomb Sandwich Core Materials. This test method determines the static energy absorption properties (compressive crush stress and crush stroke) of honeycomb sandwich core materials. These properties are usually determined for design purposes in a direction normal to the plane of facings as the honeycomb core material would be placed in a structural sandwich construction.
Standard Practice for Establishing Characteristic Values for Flexural Properties of Structural Glued Laminated Timber by Full-Scale Testing ASTM D 7341 (D-7341) determines the procedures for full scale testing of structural glued laminated timber (glulam) to determine or verify characteristic values used to calculate flexural design properties.This practice is limited to procedures for establishing flexural properties (Modulus of Rupture, MOR, and Modulus of Elasticity, MOE).
FABRICS – Standard test method to determine the air permeability of Fabrics.
Standard Test Method for Pocket Reinforcement. This test method uses grip procedures (Grab) to determine weakness located in the pocket areas of all types of garments. This can be used to test the strips stitched on the pockets of the shirts, as well as side or back pockets of pants, pants or jeans.
Standard test methods for coated fabrics.
Standard Test Method for Pull-Off Strength for FRP Laminate Systems Bonded to Concrete Substrate. This test method describes the apparatus and method for evaluating the tensile strength of wet-laid or pultruded (factory-manufactured) fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) systems adhesively bonded to a flat concrete substrate. The test determines the greatest perpendicular force (in tension) that an FRP system can withstand before a plug of material comes off. Failure will occur along the weakest plane within the composite system of the test device, FRP laminate, adhesive and substrate.
TEXTILES – Tensile Testing Machines for Textiles.
PLASTICS – Determination of ROCKWELL Hardness.
PLASTICS-Flexion Reinforced and non-reinforced Plastics, and Electrical Insulating Materials.
PLASTICS – Standard test methods for determining the density and specific gravity (relative density) of plastics by displacement.
Standard test methods for Rubber Cements These test methods describe tests to measure the properties of the adhesive, commonly called rubber cements, which can be applied in plastic or in fluid form and which are manufactured from natural rubber, reclaimed rubber, synthetic elastomers, or combinations of these materials.
PAPER – Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Paper and Paperboard Using Constant-Rate-of-Elongation Apparatus. This test method covers procedures for determining tensile properties of paper and paperboard. The procedures given in this test method are for use with constant-rate-of-elongation tensile testing equipment and as such, are able to be used with instruments designed for either vertical or horizontal operation, and whether manually operated or computer controlled.
Standard Test Methods for Nonrigid Vinyl Chloride Polymer Tubing Used for Electrical Insulation * (Section 22-24) Polymer Tube Tensile Test ASTM D876 is extremely similar to ASTM D2671 for Heat-Shrinkable Tubing. Both tests specify several types of tests for nonrigid PVC tube and pipes. The tensile test references other standards such as D412 and requires the use of specific sample specimen dies. Tubes can also be tested as long as their psi is below a certain threshold. Another test under D876, the heat-shrink test, uses a special type of mandrel which is inserted into the end of the pipe to maintain its inner diameter (ID). The third test of note is a peel test, wherein an adhesive tape or adhesive layer of tubing is peeled away from the core tube utlizing a special fixture.
PLASTICS – Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Thin Plastic Sheeting.
Standard Test Methods for Tire Cords, Tire Cord Fabrics, and Industrial Filament Yarns Made from Manufactured Organic-Base Fibers.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Adhesive Bonds. This test method covers the determination of the comparative tensile properties of the adhesive bonds of metal to metal when tested on standard shape specimens and under defined conditions of pretreatment, temperature, and testing machine speed.
Standard Test Method for Peel or Stripping Strength of Adhesive Bonds. This test method covers the determination of the comparative peel or stripping characteristics of adhesive bonds when tested on standard-sized specimens and under defined conditions of pretreatment, temperature, and testing machine speed.
Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Adhesive Bonds in Shear by Compression Loading.
Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Adhesives in Plywood Type Construction in Shear by Tension Loading.
Standard Test Method for Bond or Cohesive Strength of Sheet Plastics and Electrical Insulating Materials This test method covers the determination of the bond strength or ply adhesion strength of sheet plastic and electrical insulating materials. It is applicable to both laminated and nonlaminated thermoplastic and thermosetting materials.
Standard Test Method for Bearing Strength of Plastics This test method covers the determination of the bearing strength of rigid plastics in either sheet form, molded form, or in thermoset pultruded form. Procedure A is applicable for tension loading and Procedure B for compression loading.
Standard Test Method for Poisson’s Ratio at Room Temperature.
Standard Test Method for Measurement of Fracture Toughness. This test method covers procedures and guidelines for the determination of fracture toughness of metallic materials using the following parameters: K, J, and CTOD (δ). Toughness can be measured in the R-curve format or as a point value. The fracture toughness determined in accordance with this test method is for the opening mode (Mode I) of loading.
Standard Test Method for Measurement of Fracture Toughness. This test method covers procedures and guidelines for the determination of fracture toughness of metallic materials using the following parameters: K, J, and CTOD (δ). Toughness can be measured in the R-curve format or as a point value. The fracture toughness determined in accordance with this test method is for the opening mode (Mode I) of loading.
Standard Test Method for Guided Bend Test for Ductility of Welds.
Standard Test Method for Translaminar Fracture Toughness of Laminated and Pultruded Polymer Matrix Composite Materials. 1.1 This test method covers the determination of translaminar fracture toughness, KTL, for laminated and pultruded polymeric matrix composite materials of various layer orientations using test results from monotonously loaded notches. 1.2 This test method is applicable to laboratory air environments at room temperature. 1.3 Composite materials that can be tested by this test method are not limited by the thickness or type of polymer matrix or fiber, provided that the sample sizes and test results meet the requirements of this test method. This test method was developed mainly from test results of various carbon fiber laminates – epoxy matrix and additional results of glass fiber matrix – epoxy matrix, glass fiber – polyester pultrusions and fiber matrix laminates of carbon – bismaleimide.
Standard Test Method for Facing Cleavage of Sandwich Panels. This test method determines the splitting force required to peel the rigid coatings from the core of the sandwich panels, and is used to determine how well the coating is bonded to the core. Test method ASTM D1781 only works well with flexible coatings.
Standard Practice for Compression Tests of Metallic Materials at Elevated Temperatures with Conventional or Rapid Heating Rates and Strain Rates. Standard practice for compression tests of metallic materials at elevated temperatures with conventional or rapid heating ratios and stress ratios.
Standard Test Method for Determining Tensile Breaking Strength of Glass Fiber Reinforcing Mesh for Use in Class PB Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS), after Exposure to a Sodium Hydroxide Solution. Standard test method for determining the tensile strength of fiberglass reinforcing mesh for use in Class PB exterior insulation and finishing systems (EIFS), after exposure to a sodium hydroxide solution.
Standard Test Methods for Elevated Temperature Tension Tests of Metallic Materials.
Standard Test Method for Evaluating the Tensile-Adhesion Performance of an Exterior Insulation and Finish System (EIFS).
Standard Test Methods for Notched Bar Impact Testing of Metallic Materials
Standard Test Method for Pin-Type Bearing Test of Metallic Materials.
Standard Test Methods for Bend Testing of Material for Ductility.
Standard Test Methods for Conducting Time-for-Rupture Notch Tension Tests of Materials.
Standard Test Methods of Tension Testing of Metallic Foil.
Standard test method for moisture vapor transmission rate of laminated materials using dynamic relative humidity measurements.
Standard Test Method for Linear-Elastic Plane-Strain Fracture Toughness KIc of Metallic Materials.
Standard Test Method for Plastic Strain Ratio r for Sheet Metal.
Standard Test Methods for Flexural Bond Strength of Masonry.
Standard Test Method for Diagonal Tension (Shear) in Masonry Assemblages.
Standard Test Method for Ball Punch Deformation of Metallic Sheet Material. Standard test method for the deformation of sheet metal material by the ball punch. The ball punch deformation test is widely used to evaluate and compare the formability of metallic sheet materials. Biaxial stretching is the predominant mode of deformation that occurs during the test and, therefore, the results are used more frequently to classify or compare materials that are going to be formed mainly by stretching. However, no precise correlations have been established between the cup height determined by this test and the formability of a sheet material under production conditions. This test method covers the procedure for carrying out the ball punch deformation test for metallic sheet materials intended to form applications. The test is applied to samples with thicknesses between 0.008 and 0.080 inches (0.2 and 2.0 mm). Note 1: The ball punch deformation test is intended to replace the Olsen cup test by standardizing many of the test parameters that were previously left to the discretion of the test laboratory. Note 2: The modified Erichsen test has normalized in Europe. The main differences between the ball punch deformation test and the Erichsen test are the diameters of the penetrator and the dies. The heights of the Erichsen cup are given in SI units.
Standard Test Method for Tensile Strain-Hardening Exponents (n -Values) of Metallic Sheet Materials.
Standard Test Methods for Tension Testing of Metallic Materials.
Standard Test Methods for Bend Testing of Metallic Flat Materials for Spring Applications Involving Static Loading.
Standard Test Methods of Compression Testing of Metallic Materials at Room Temperature.
Standard Test Methods for Water Vapor Transmission of Materials, Permeability, Plastics (General), Plastic Sheets and Film, Sheet Material.
Standard Test Method for Shear Testing of Calcium Phosphate Coatings and Metallic Coatings.
SEALED CONTAINERS – These test methods provide a rapid means of evaluating tendencies for container failure when exposed to differential pressure.
Standard Specification for Turnbuckles, Swaged, Welded, Forged.
Standard Test Method for Tension Testing of Calcium Phosphate and Metallic Coatings.
Test Method/Standard Tests for the Transmission Rate of Water Vapor Through Films and Plastic Sheets Using a Modulated Infrared Sensor.
Standard Test Method for Creep Relaxation of Laminated Composite Gasket Materials.
Standard Test Method for Deflection of Resilient Floor Tile. This test method is used to determine the deflection of relatively rigid resilient floor tiles such as vinyl composition tiles.
Standard Test Method for Resistance to Low Speed ​​Penetration of Flexible Barrier Films and Laminates.
PLASTIC SHEETS AND FILMS – Standard test method for determining the rate of oxygen transmission using a coulometric sensor.
Standard Test Method for Protective Clothing Material Puncture Resistance.
Standard Test Methods for Tension Testing of Nonmetallic Gasket Materials. These test methods cover the determination of the tensile strength of certain non-metallic gasket materials at room temperature. The types of materials covered are those containing asbestos and other inorganic fibers (Type 1), cork (Type 2), cellulose or other organic fiber (Type 3) and flexible graphite (Type 5), as described in Classification F 104. These tests The methods are not applicable to the vulcanized rubber test, a method for which is described in Test Methods D 412 or for rubber O-rings, a method for which is described in Test Methods D 1414.
Standard Specification for Anchor Bolts, Steel, 36, 55, and 105-ksi Yield Strength
Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Gaskets at Elevated Temperatures.
ASTM F1597 Actuation Force and Contact Force of a Membrane Switch These test method covers the measurement of actuation force or contact force, or both, of a membrane switch utilizing a pre-determined resistance value.
PLASTIC FILM – Standard test methods to determine the Hot Tack strength of Thermoplastics.
PLASTIC FILMS AND SHEETS – Standard Test Method for Determination of Oxygen Gas Transmission Rate, Relative Humidity Permeability Through Barrier Materials Using a Coulometric Detector.
Standard Test Method for Time-to-Failure of Plastics Using Plane Strain Tensile Specimens. This test method covers the requirements for determining the time to failure of thermoplastic resins for pipe applications by uniaxial loading of a slotted tensile test specimen.
PLASTIC FILMS – Determination of the heat sealability of plastic films, complexes, coated papers…
Standard test method for the burst or burst test of sealed flexible containers.
Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Tissue Adhesives in Lap-Shear by Tension Loading. This test method is intended to provide a grouping means for comparing the adhesive forces of tissue adhesive intended for use as surgical sealants adhesives, or sealants, or soft tissues.
Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Tissue Adhesives in T-Peel by Tension Loading.
Standard Test Method for Strength Properties of Tissue Adhesives in Tension. This test method is intended to provide a grouping means for comparing the adhesive forces of tissue adhesive intended for use as surgical sealants adhesives. With the proper choice of substrate, it can also be used for quality control purposes in the manufacture of adhesive tissues based on medical devices.
Standard Test Method for Wound Closure Strength of Tissue Adhesives and Sealants. This test method covers a means for comparison of wound closure strength of tissue adhesives used to help secure the apposition of soft tissue. With the appropriate choice of substrate, it may also be used for purposes of quality control in the manufacture of medical devices used as tissue adhesives.
Standard Test Method for Tension Testing of Nickel-Titanium Superelastic Materials.
Standard Test Method for Measuring the Force-Displacement of a Membrane Switch.
Standard test method for determining the rate of oxygen transmission through plastic films and sheets using different sensors.
Standard Test Method for Mechanical Seal Strength Testing for Round Cups and Bowl Containers with Flexible Peelable Lids.
Standard Test Method for Protective Clothing Material Resistance to Hypodermic Needle Puncture Testing Method The ASTM F2878-10 test method uses a 25 gauge needle to determine the force required to cause a hypodermic needle to penetrate through protective clothing or material. The puncture probe (25G needle) travels at a 90˚ angle into a specimen at a velocity of 500mm/min. Results are reported in Newtons and the average of a minimum of 12 specimens are used to report the classification level (1-5 scale).
Standard Specification for High Strength Structural Bolts, Steel and Alloy Steel, Heat Treated, 120 ksi (830 MPa) and 150 ksi (1040 MPa) Minimum Tensile Strength, Inch and Metric Dimensions.
Standard Test Method for Compressibility and Recovery of Gasket Materials. This test method covers determination of the short-time compressibility and recovery at room temperature of sheet-gasket materials, form-in-place gaskets, and in certain cases, gaskets cut from sheets. It is not intended as a test for compressibility under prolonged stress application, generally referred to as “creep,” or for recovery following such prolonged stress application, the inverse of which is generally referred to as “compression set.” Also, it is not intended for tests at other than room temperature. A resiliency characteristic (the amount recovered expressed as a percentage of the compressed thickness) may also be calculated from the test data where desired.
Standard Specification and Test Method for Metallic Bone Plates.
Standard Practice for Nondestructive Pull Testing of Wire Bonds1,2 This practice covers nondestructive testing of individual wire bonds made by either ultrasonic, thermal compression or thermosonic techniques. The test is intended to reveal (by breaking) nonacceptable wire bonds but is designed to avoid damage to acceptable wire bonds.
Standard Test Methods for Measuring Pull Strength of Microelectronic Wire Bonds. These test methods cover tests to determine the tensile strength of a series of wire links. Instructions are given to modify the methods of use as an arbitration method. The methods can be used for wire links manufactured with a diameter of 18 to 76 μm (0.0007 to 0.003 inches).
Standard Specification and Test Methods for Metallic Medical Bone Screws.
Standard Test Methods for Determining the Mechanical Properties of Externally and Internally Threaded Fasteners, Washers, Direct Tension Indicators, and Rivets.
Standard Test Method for Adhesion of Gasket Materials to Metal Surfaces. This test method provides a means to determine the extent to which the gaskets under compression load adhere to metal surfaces. This test method provides a means to determine the extent to which the gaskets under compression load adhere to metal surfaces. The test conditions described are indicative of those frequently encountered in joint applications. The test conditions can also be modified according to the needs of specific applications agreed between the user and the producer. The maximum recommended temperature for this test method is 205 ° C (400 ° F).
Standard Test Method for Compressibility and Recovery of Laminated Composite Gasket Materials.
Standard Test Method for Seal Strength of Flexible Barrier Materials.
Standard Test Method for Comparison of Bond Strength or Ply Adhesion of Similar Laminates Made from Flexible Materials. This test method covers a method for comparing the bond strength or adhesion of similar laminate layers made of flexible materials, such as cellulose, paper, plastic film, and aluminum foil.
PACKAGING – Resistance to Dirt Printing Inks.
Standard Specification for Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Granular Molding and Ram Extrusion Materials.
Standard test method for measuring the coefficient of kinetic friction for wax coatings.
Standard test method for measuring the coefficient of static friction of uncoated writing and printing paper, using the inclined plane method.
Huber needle piercing test.
Test Method for Determining In-Plane Compressive Properties of Circular Ring or Ring Segment Bridge Members—Annex A3.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of creep in compression.
Steel for reinforcing concrete. Weldable steel for reinforced concrete armors.
Tensile, compression and bending test on prestressing steels.
METALS/Sheets and Strips -Determination of the Hardening Exponent in Tensile (value “n”).
Geosynthetics – Wide-width tensile test The standard describes a test method for the determination of the tensile properties of geosynthetics (polymer, glass and metal), using a wide width strip. It is applicable to most geosynthetics, including woven geotextiles, nonwoven geotextiles, geocomposites, knitted geotextiles, geonets, geomaterials, and metal products. It is also applicable to open structure geogrids and similar geotextiles, but the sample dimensions may need to be modified. It is not applicable to polymeric or bituminous geosynthetic barriers, while it is applicable to clay geosynthetic barriers. ISO 10319:2015 specifies a tensile test method that covers the measurement of load elongation characteristics and includes procedures for calculation of secant stiffness, maximum load per unit width and stress at maximum load. Singular points on the load-extension curve are also indicated.
Metallic materials. Tensile stress relaxation tests. Part 1: Operating procedure for testing machines
Metallic materials. Tensile stress relaxation tests. Part 2: Operative procedure for models of bolted joints.
Geosynthetics. Joint/seam tensile test by the broad band method The standard specifies an index test method for the determination of tensile properties of joints and seams in geosynthetics, using a broad band strip. The method is applicable to most geosynthetics. It is also applicable to geogrids, but the sample dimensions may need to be altered. This test is not applicable to polymeric or bituminous geosynthetic barriers. The method specified in the standard quantifies the tensile strength of a joint or seam between geosynthetics. You can provide data to indicate the joint or seam tensile strength that can be achieved.
Resistance welding. Test of welded joints. Peel and gouge test on spot and bump resistance welds.
Ceramic tiles. Part 4: Determination of flexural strength and breaking strength.
Ceramic tiles. Part 4: Determination of flexural strength and breaking strength.
Edification. Sealants. Determination of adhesion/cohesion properties of sealants after immersion in water. The standard specifies a method for determining the influence of water on the adhesion cohesion properties of sealants with predominantly plastic behavior used in joints in building construction.
Carbon fibers. Determination of tensile properties of resin-impregnated yarns. The Standard specifies a test method for the determination of tensile strength, tensile modulus of elasticity, and deformation at maximum load of a resin-impregnated yarn test piece. The method is applicable to yarns (continuous fiber yarns and discontinuous fibers) of carbon fiber for use as reinforcements in composite materials.
Elastomer and plastic hoses and pipes. Measurement of flexibility and stiffness. Part 1: Curvature tests at room temperature.
Introducers, dilators and sterile intravascular guides for single use. 6.3 – Traction force at the breaking point of the introducer catheters 7.6 – Traction force at the breaking point of the introducer sheaths 8.4 – Guide fracture test 8.5 – Bending test of the guides 8.6 – Traction force at the breaking point of the guide.
Paper and cardboard – Tube Test (mandrels) – Part 6: Determination of flexural strength by the three-point method.
Paper and cardboard – Test tubes (mandrels) – Part 7: Determination of the flexural modulus by the three-point method.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD TUBES (mandrels) – Determination of resistance to flat crushing.
PLASTIC PIPES AND CONDUIT SYSTEMS – Thermoplastic pipes – Determination of resistance to external shocks by the ladder method.
PLASTIC – Determination of the fluidity index of thermoplastic materials, by mass (MFR) and by volume (MVR).
Adhesives Determination of the dynamic resistance to cracking of high-strength adhesive joints under impact conditions. wedge impact method.
Plastics. Films and sheets. Determination of blocking resistance. Describes a qualitative and quantitative method for evaluating the tendency of flexible plastic films and sheets to adhere to each other when left in contact for some time, at a specified temperature, and under slight pressure.
Packaging for sterilized sanitary finished products – Requirements for materials, sterile barrier systems and packaging systems.
PLASTIC – Determination of the fluidity index of thermoplastic materials, by mass (MFR) and by volume (MVR).
Ceramic tile adhesives – Part 2: test methods.
CONTAINERS AND PACKAGING. COMPLETE AND PACKED SHIPPING PACKAGING – Compression and stacking tests using a compression testing machine.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of the bending behaviour.
Productos aislantes térmicos para aplicaciones de edificación. Determinación del comportamiento a cortante.
Surfaces for sports areas. Determination of the traction characteristics of synthetic sports surfaces.
Geosynthetics. Static punching test (CBR test).
Plastics piping systems. Fiberglass reinforced thermosetting plastic tubes (PRFV). Determination of the initial specific circumferential stiffness.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Part 1: Bituminous sheets for roof waterproofing. Determination of tear resistance (per nail).
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of tear resistance. Part 2: Plastic and rubber sheets for waterproofing roofs.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Part 1: Bituminous sheets for roof waterproofing. Determination of tensile properties.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of tensile properties. Part 2: Plastic and rubber sheets for waterproofing roofs.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Part 1: Bituminous sheets for roof waterproofing. Determination of the peel resistance of the overlap.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of the peel resistance of the overlap. Part 2: Plastic and rubber sheets for waterproofing roofs.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Part 1: Bituminous sheets for roof waterproofing. Determination of the shear strength of the weld.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of the shear strength of the overlaps. Part 2: Plastic and rubber sheets for waterproofing roofs.
Textiles. Para-aramid multifilament yarns. Test methods. Section 7.3 – Determination of the breaking force, the elongation at break, the modulus and the force at a specified elongation.
TISSUE PAPER – Thickness Determination.
TISSUE PAPER – Resistance to breakage and Elongation by Traction and TEA.
TISSUE PAPER – Determination of Moist Tensile Strength.
Temporary work equipment. Safety nets. Part 1: Safety requirements and test methods. Tests to determine the Breaking Load and Elongation in ropes, security meshes…
Footwear. Test methods for soles. Tear resistance.
Footwear. Test methods for soles. Tear resistance per stitch.
Footwear – Test methods for soles – Determination of tear resistance and resistance to delamination.
Footwear. Test methods for insoles (template). Tear resistance per stitch.
Footwear. Test methods for soles. Tensile strength and elongation.
Grouting materials for ceramic tiles. Part 3: Determination of flexural and compressive strength.
Test of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 1: Curvature test.
Test of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 2: Tensile test.
Test of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 3: Tensile creep test.
Test of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 4: Peeling test.
Test of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 6: Tensile test at low temperature.
Tests of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 7: Tensile tests with U-notched specimens.
Glass for building. Determination of the flexural resistance of glass. Part 3: Test with specimens supported at two points (four point bending).
Geosynthetics. Determination of friction characteristics. Part 1: Direct shear test. The Standard describes a method for determining the frictional characteristics of geotextiles and geotextile-related products in contact with standard sand, i.e. sand of specified density and moisture content, under normal stress and constant velocity of travel. , using a direct cutting apparatus. The procedure can also be used to test geosynthetic barriers.
Geosynthetics. Determination of friction characteristics. Part 2: Test of the inclined plane. The standard describes a method for determining the friction characteristics of geosynthetics (geotextiles and geotextile-related products, geosynthetic barriers), in contact with soils, with low normal stress, using an inclined plane apparatus. This method is primarily intended for a yield test to be used with site-specific soils, but can also be used as an index test with standard sand. Test data obtained for geogrids tested with rigid support are not necessarily realistic as results are dependent on frictional support.
Carbon fiber. Designation system for continuous threads. – Tensile Strength Tests – Tensile Modulus of Elasticity
Metallic coatings and other non-organic coatings. Methods for the quantitative measurement of adherence using the tensile test.
Fixed thermoplastic tanks for surface storage of domestic heating oils, kerosene and diesel fuels. Tanks in polyethylene extrusion-blow molded, polyethylene molded by rotational molding and polyamide-6 manufactured by ionic polymerization. Requirements and test methods. Section A.1.3 Properties in Tension.
SOLID WOOD PANELS – Gluing quality. Testing method. Test method to determine the quality of the gluing of single-layer or multi-layer solid wood boards by cutting test.
Adhesives. Determination of shear strength of adhesive bonds between rigid substrates using the block shear method.
Footwear. Test methods for cuts. Tensile strength and elongation.
Continuous band painted metals. test methods. Part 7: Resistance to flex cracking (T-bend test).
Articles of manufacture filled with feathers and down – Method for determining the compressibility index of clothing.
Footwear. Test methods for uppers, lining and insoles. Tear resistance.
Adhesives. Adhesive test method for wall and floor coverings. Peeling test.
Adhesives. Adhesive test method for wall and floor coverings. Shear test.
Sports surfaces. Determination of tensile strength of synthetic fibers.
Wood based panels. Determination of the bending properties of the edges.
Hot applied sealing products. Part 10: Test methods for the determination of adhesion and cohesion after continuous elongation and compression.
Material testing methods for continuous screeds. Part 2: Determination of flexural and compressive strength.
Textiles. Monofilaments. Determination of tensile properties.
Adhesives for leather and footwear materials. Solvent and dispersion based adhesives. Test methods to measure bond strength under specific conditions.
Plastics piping systems. Fiberglass reinforced thermosetting plastic tubes (PRFV). Determination of the initial properties in longitudinal traction.
TEXTILES – Tensile properties of fabrics. Part 1: Determination of maximum force and elongation at maximum force by the strip method.
TEXTILES – Tensile properties of fabrics. Part 2: Determination of the maximum force by the method of the grip (Grab Test)
Textiles – Sewing of fabrics and made-up textile articles – Part 1: Determination of the maximum force at break of the seam by the band method The Standard specifies a procedure for determining the maximum seam force of sewn seams when the force is applied perpendicular to the seam. ISO 13935-1:2014 specifies the method known as the strip test. The method is primarily applicable to textile fabrics, including fabrics that exhibit stretch characteristics imparted by the presence of an elastomeric fiber, mechanical or chemical treatment. It may be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile glass fabrics, and fabrics made from carbon fibers or polyolefin tape yarns (see Bibliography). Sewn fabrics can be obtained from previously sewn items or can be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results. This method is applicable only to straight seams and not to curved seams. The method is restricted to the use of constant rate of extension (CRE) testing machines.
Textiles – Seam tensile properties of fabrics and made-up textile articles – Part 2: Determination of the maximum seam breaking force using the grab method ISO 13935-2:2014 specifies methods for the determination of the maximum seam force of sewn seams when the force is applied perpendicular to the seam. ISO 13935-2:2014 describes the method known as the grip test. The method is primarily applicable to woven textile fabrics, including fabrics that exhibit stretch characteristics imparted by the presence of an elastomeric fiber, mechanical or chemical treatment. It may be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, non-woven fabrics, coated fabrics, glass-woven fabrics, and fabrics made of carbon fibers or polyolefin tape yarns. Sewn fabrics can be obtained from previously sewn items or can be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results. This method is applicable only to straight seams and not to curved seams. The method is restricted to the use of constant extension velocity (CRE) testing machines.
Textiles – Determination of the slip resistance of yarns in a seam on fabrics – Part 1: Fixed seam opening method The Standard is intended for the determination of the resistance offered by the weaving thread systems, to slip on a sewn seam. A raw and sewn piece of a specimen is separately extended using a tensile testing machine, equipped with grip testing jaws, to produce, in the case of the use of a chart recorder, two force/extension curves originating from the same abscissa. The force required to produce a specified distance between the curves, equivalent to a specified seam opening, is determined.
Textiles. Determination of the slip resistance of the seam threads in woven fabrics. Part 2: Fixed Load Method.
Textiles. Determination of slip resistance of sewing threads in openwork fabrics. Part 3: Needle clamp method.
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 1: Determination of tear strength. Ballistic pendulum method (Elmendorf).
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 2: Determination of the tear resistance of trouser-shaped specimens (single tear method).
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 3: Determination of the tear strength of wing-shaped specimens (Single Tear Method).
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 4: Determination of the tear strength of tongue-shaped specimens (Double tear method).
Plastics piping systems. Fiberglass reinforced thermosetting plastic tubes (PRFV). Determination of apparent initial circumferential tensile strength.
STRUCTURAL ADHESIVES – Determination of the useful life (working life – Pot Life) of multicomponent adhesives.
PLASTIC COMPOUNDS.Reinforced with fiberglass-Determination of Flexural Properties.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of compression properties in a direction parallel to the rolling plane.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of flat shear stress/strain response, including flat shear modulus and strength, by the +-45° tensile test method.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of the apparent interlaminar shear strength by the bending test method with little spacing between supports (short bar).
Structural adhesives. T-peel test for flexible-on-flexible glued joints.
FABRICS COVERED WITH PLASTIC OR RUBBER. Determination of tensile strength and elongation at break.
VULCANIZED OR THERMOPLASTIC RUBBER – Resistance to ozone cracking. Part 1: Deformation test under static and dynamic conditions.
Childcare articles. Articles for liquid feeding. Part 1: General and mechanical requirements and tests.
SELF-ADHESIVE TAPES – Measurement of breaking force and elongation at break.
Containers and packaging. Containers and packaging of flexible materials. Determination of puncture resistance. Test methods.
Pipeline systems in plastic materials for conducting water and for buried or aerial sanitation with pressure. Unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U). Part 2: Tubes.
Adhesives – Determination of peel strength of adhesive bonds – Floating roller method.
Adhesives. Determination of tensile shear strength of overlapping glued assemblies.
Test method for concrete with metallic fibers. Determination of tensile strength by bending (limit of proportionality (LOP), residual strength).
Leather. Physical and mechanical tests. Determination of bagginess, creep and relaxation.
METALS – Shock Bending Test with CHARPY Impact Pendulum.
Structural adhesives. Determination of the shear behavior of structural adhesives. Part 2: Tensile test method on thick specimens.
Plastic or rubber coated fabrics. Determination of the static and dynamic coefficients of friction.
Thermal spray; Determination of the tensile adhesion force.
PLASTICS – Films and sheets – Determination of the water vapor transmission rate – Part 1: Moisture sensor detection method.
PLASTICS – Films and Sheets – Determination of the water vapor transmission rate – Part 2: Infrared detection sensor method.
PLASTICS, Films and Plastic Sheets. Determination of the water vapor transmission rate. Part 3: Electrolytic sensor detection method.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of the in-plane shear modulus by the plate torsion method. The Standard specifies a method for determining the in-plane shear modulus (G12) of fiber-reinforced plastic composite materials using a standard plate sample. When applied to isotropic materials, the measured shear modulus is independent of direction. The method is used to determine the shear modulus of test specimens, but not to determine shear strength. It applies to a plate supported at two points on one diagonal and loaded on the other diagonal by the simultaneous movement of two point loads attached to a cross beam. The method is suitable for use with fiber-reinforced plastic composites with thermoplastic and thermoplastic matrices. Because shear strain is applied under bending conditions, for laminated materials with different fiber formats and/or different orientations, the layers of material must be well distributed across the section so that they are approximately «homogeneous» in length. the thickness direction. The principal axes of the material, if any, should be oriented perpendicular to the edges of the plate. NOTE This method can be applied to unreinforced polymers and other materials (for example, metals, ceramics, and metal- or ceramic-matrix composites). For material made using unidirectional layers, the shear modulus obtained using a multidirectional specimen (i.e., 0º/90º/±45º) is not the same as that obtained for unidirectional or crossover (0º/90º) material.
Wooden floors. Determination of flexural strength under static load. Test methods.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – Determination of tensile strength in Z direction.
ADHESIVES – Determination of Tensile Strength of Butt Joints.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of deformation under specific conditions of compression load and temperature.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of compressive creep.
THERMAL INSULATING PRODUCTS FOR BUILDING APPLICATIONS. Determination of tensile strength perpendicular to the faces.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of tensile strength parallel to the faces.
Containers and packaging. Containers and packaging for the transport of dangerous goods. Test methods.
Product Warranty Space – Peel and pull-off resistance measurements of coatings and finishes using pressure sensitive tapes.
Aluminum and aluminum alloys. Test methods. Test of drawing ears for sheet metal and strip.
PHENOLIC RESINS – Hardening Characteristics of Phenolic Resins.
RESINS – Testing of resins, hardeners and accelerators, and catalyzed resins.
Adhesives for paper and cardboard, containers and disposable sanitary products. Measurement of the tack of pressure sensitive adhesive products. Determination of the stickiness of a loop.
Welding. Welding of steel reinforcements. Part 2: Non-load bearing welded joints.
Welding. Welding of steel reinforcements. Part 1: Load-bearing welded joints.
Footwear. Test methods for uppers, lining and insoles. Seam strength.
Footwear. Complete shoe test methods. Resistance of the shear-story joint.
PLASTICS – Impact Resistance Determination – CHARPY Method.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of Tensile Strength and Elongation at break.
PLASTICS – Impact Resistance Determination – IZOD Method
Fishing nets. Determination of the breaking force of the mesh of the fishing net.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of thickness and mass per unit area. Part 1: Bituminous sheets for roof waterproofing.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of thickness and mass per unit area. Part 2: Plastic and rubber sheets.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of the remaining compression set.
Rubber or plastic coated fabrics. Determination of tear resistance. Part 3: Trapezoidal method.
Rubber or plastic coated fabrics. Low temperature tests. Part 1: Bending test.
Advanced technical ceramics. Mechanical properties of composite ceramics at high temperatures in an inert atmosphere. Determination of shear strength by compression of carved specimens.
Adhesives for paper and cardboard, containers and packaging and disposable sanitary products. Peel test in «T» at 180º for a glue joint of flexible on flexible adherent.
Adhesives. Adhesive test methods for floor and wall coverings. Test of progressive deformation by shear stress.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – Determination of traction properties. Part 2: Method with constant elongation gradient (20 mm/min).
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – method for measuring tensile strength, elongation at break, tensile energy absorption and tensile stiffness, using a performance testing machine with a constant elongation speed (100 mm/min).
Test methods for natural stone. Determination of the resistance to uniaxial compression.
SELF-ADHESIVE TAPES. Measurement of adhesion, on stainless steel or on its own back, by peeling.
PAPER – Determination of Tear Strength / ELMENDORF Method.
Aerospace series – Metallic materials – Test methods – Part 1: Tensile tests at room temperature.
PLASTICS – Hardness Determination – Part 2: Rockwell Hardness
Metallic materials. Uniaxial tensile yield test. Testing method. This International Standard specifies the uninterrupted creep test method, and specifies the characteristics of metallic materials that can be determined by these tests, in particular the creep elongation and the time to creep rupture, at a specified temperature. This standard also covers the tensile test until breakage, as well as the tests on notched specimens. NOTE: In tensile tests until breakage, the elongation produced in the test piece during the test is usually not recorded, only the time until breakage under a given force is recorded, or it is indicated that under a given force a time has been exceeded. certain.
Metallic materials. Sheets and strips. Erichsen drawing test.
Technical ceramics (advanced ceramics, advanced technical ceramics). Test method for compressive strength of ceramic composites reinforced with continuous fibers at room temperature.
Odontology. base polymers. Part 1: Polymers for the base of dental prostheses. Flexion tests. Odontology. base polymers. Part 2: Polymers for basic orthodontics. Flexion tests.
Light Conveyor Belts – Determination of maximum tensile strength.
Light conveyor belts. Determination of the relaxed modulus of elasticity.
Light conveyor belts. Determination of the coefficient of friction.
Dentistry : manual toothbrushes : resistance to deflection of the brushing surface.
Aerospace equipment. Non-metallic materials. Structural adhesives. Test methods. Part 1: Shear tests of a simple lap joint.
Aerospace equipment. Non-metallic materials. Structural adhesives. test methods. Part 2: Pickling metal to metal.
Aerospace equipment. Non-metallic materials. Structural adhesives. test methods. Part 3: Honeycomb core metal peel test.
Aerospace equipment. Non-metallic materials. Structural adhesives. test methods. Part 4: Perpendicular tensile test for honeycomb with metal core.
Aerospace equipment. Non-metallic materials. Structural adhesives. test methods. Part 6: Determination of shear stresses and deformations.
Aerospace equipment. Silicone rubber (VMQ/PVMQ) with high tear resistance. Hardness 50 IRHD.
Footwear. Test methods for accessories: Contact closures. Peel strength before and after fatigue.
Fiber ropes Determination of certain physical and mechanical properties. The standard specifies, for ropes of different types, a method to determine, among other characteristics: • Elongation; • Breaking force. The elongation corresponds to the increase in the length of the rope when the tension to which it is subjected increases from an initial value (reference tension) to a value equal to 50% of the minimum specified breaking strength of the rope. The breaking force is the maximum force recorded (or reached) during a breaking test on the specimen, carried out in a tensile testing machine with constant movement speed of the moving element. The breaking force values ​​indicated in the cable specification tables are only valid when using this type of testing machine.
Aerospace equipment. fiberglass plastics. Testing method. Determination of the apparent interlaminar shearing specimens.
Leather. Physical and mechanical tests. Measurement of tear strength per stitch.
Rubber or plastic coated fabrics – Determination of coating adhesion.
Resilient floor coverings. Determination of peel resistance (Peeling). Describes a method for determining the resistance against separation of two layers of a resilient floor covering by peeling.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of hardness (indentation technique).
Heavy metal. Determination of compressive strength.
PLASTIC FILM AND SHEETS – Determination of Gas Transmission under Atmospheric Pressure. Manometric method.
Aerospace equipment. Carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Unidirectional stratified. Tensile test parallel to the direction of the fiber.
Geosynthetics. Determination of the behavior to compression. Part 1: Compressive creep properties.
Geosynthetics. Determination of the behavior to compression. Part 2: Determination of the behavior to the compression in the short term.
Aerospace equipment. Carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Unidirectional laminates. Bending tests parallel to the direction of the fibers.
Aerospace equipment. Carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Unidirectional stratified. Determination of the apparent resistance to interlaminar shearing.
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 408: Coupling and uncoupling forces.
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 412: Contact insertion and withdrawal forces.
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. test methods. Part 417: Tensile strength (crimp connection).
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 418: Gage insertion and withdrawal forces (female contacts).
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 420: Mechanical resistance of connection accessories.
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 424: Pull-out force of coiled connections, without soldering.
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 709: Electrical elements. Resistance to processing couplers.
Aerospace equipment. Carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Unidirectional laminates. Tensile test perpendicular to the direction of the fibers.
Adhesives. Determination of tensile strength of butt joints.
Aerospace equipment. Fiberglass reinforced plastics. Bending test. Method of the three bending points.
Aerospace equipment. Fiberglass reinforced plastics. Traction test.
PAPER – Determination of Bursting Strength.
CARDBOARD – Determination of Bursting Strength.
ADHESIVES – Peeling Tests for Glued Union -Flexible s/Rigid Adherent 90º.
Textiles. Test methods for nonwovens. Part 3: determination of tensile strength and elongation at break.
Aerospace; Unidirectional Fiber Carbon Fiber-Epoxy Sheet and Prepreg Tape; technical specification. Traction tests.
CORRUGATED CARDBOARD – Thickness determination.
CORRUGATED CARDBOARD – Determination of Flat Crush Resistance – FCT.
Tests on Corrugated Cardboard Sheets – Determination of the crushing resistance of the edges of corrugated cardboard sheets/boards.
PLASTIC – Determination of the Softening Point of VICAT in Thermoplastics
WOOD-DERIVED PANELS -Bending Elasticity Modulus and Bending Tests.
WOOD-DERIVED PANELS – Removal of the Surface of the Panels.
Plywood – Bond Quality – Test Methods This standard specifies methods for determining the bond quality of veneer plywood, by shear test.
STEEL TUBES – Oil and natural gas industries. Steel tubes for pipeline transportation systems.
PARTICLE AND FIBER BOARDS -Determination of tensile strength perpendicular to the faces of the board.
PARTICLE AND FIBER BOARDS – Determination of the resistance to screw removal in the direction of the axis.
Sintered metallic materials and hard metals. Determination of elastic modulus.
Hard metals – Determination of the resistance to transverse fracture.
LEATHER – Determination of Tensile Strength and Elongation.
Leather. Physical and mechanical tests. Determination of tear resistance. Part 1: Simple tear. The Standard specifies a method for determining the tear strength of leather using a single edge tear. The method is sometimes described as a pant tear. It is applicable to all types of leather.
Leather. Physical and mechanical tests. Determination of tear resistance. Part 2: Double Tear The Standard specifies a method for determining the tear resistance of leather by means of a double-edged tear. The method is sometimes described as the Baumann tear. It is applicable to all types of leather.
Leather. Determination of the extension and tensile strength of the surface (ball method). These International Standards specify a test method for the determination of the extension and the resistance of the grain or finished surface of the leather. This method applies to all supple skins and is especially suitable for determining the suitability of leather for shoe uppers to be assembled.
Rubber, vulcanized or thermoplastic. Determination of stress relaxation in compression. Part 1: Test at constant temperature The Standard specifies two methods for determining the decrease in counterforce exerted by a vulcanized rubber or thermoplastic test piece that has been compressed to a constant strain and is thus maintained at a predetermined test temperature. The counterforce can be determined either by means of a continuous measurement system or a discontinuous measurement system. Two test piece shapes are allowed: cylindrical test pieces and rings. Different test piece shapes and sizes give different results, and comparison of results should be limited to test pieces of similar size and shape. The use of annular test pieces is particularly suitable for the determination of stress relaxation in liquid environments. ISO 3384-1 deals only with tests at constant or elevated temperature. Testing at temperatures below standard laboratory temperature is not specified. The methods have been used for low-temperature tests, but their reliability under these conditions has not been demonstrated.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of the characteristics of force-deformation in compression. Part 1: Low density materials. Part 2: High Density Materials.
RUBBER, ELASTOMERS – Determination of resistance to successive tearing – Trouser, angular and crescent-shaped test tubes.
Aerospace equipment. Electrical cables for use in aircraft. Test methods. Part 505: Tensile strength of conductors and fibers.
Aerospace equipment. Electrical cables for use in aircraft. Test methods. Part 510: Tensile and elongation resistance of extruded insulating material and sheathed materials.
Aerospace equipment. Electrical cables for use in aircraft. test methods. Part 513: Resistance to deformation (installation with plastic ties).
Aerospace equipment. Electrical cables for use in aircraft. Test methods. Part 515: Crush resistance.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – Determination of tensile strength after immersion in water.
Aerospace equipment. Automatic switches. Test methods. Part 509: Insertion and withdrawal forces of signal contact terminals.
Protective gloves against mechanical risks Tear Resistance – Puncture resistance.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of indentation fatigue at constant load This standard specifies a method for determining the loss in thickness and loss in hardness of flexible cellular materials intended for use in load-bearing applications such as upholstery. It provides a means of evaluating the service performance of flexible cellular materials based on rubber latex or polyurethane used in cargo upholstery. The method is applicable to both standard size test pieces cut from slab material and molded components. Measured thickness loss and hardness loss are related to, but not necessarily the same as, losses likely to occur in service.
Pigments and extenders. Dispersion methods and evaluation of dispersibility in plastics. Part 5: Determination of the value of the pressure in the filter during a test.
Plastics. Determination of bending properties.
Alambres de acero y productos de alambre para cerramientos y mallas. Parte 8: Gaviones de malla electrosoldada.
Steel for the reinforcement and prestressing of concrete. Test methods. Part 1: Bars, wires and wire rods for reinforced concrete.
Plastic or rubber coated fabrics. Determination of burst strength. Part 1: steel ball method.
Conveyor belts. Adhesion between the constituent elements. Testing method.
Conveyor belts with textile casing. Tensile strength, elongation at break and elongation under reference load. Testing method.
Textile slings. Security. Part 1: Flat woven webbing slings, made of chemical fibers, for general use.
Textile slings. Security. Part 2: Roundslings made of man-made fibers for general use.
Aerospace equipment. Cable ties for harnesses. Test methods. Part 401: Resistance to loop break.
Natural rubber latex male condoms. Requirements and test methods.
WOODEN STRUCTURES. Sawn timber and glue-laminated timber for structural use. Determination of some physical and mechanical properties. Static flexural strength – Flexural strength of the toothed joint – Flexural modulus of elasticity (local and global) – Tensile modulus of elasticity – Transversal modulus of elasticity – Tensile modulus parallel to the grain – Resistance to traction parallel to the grain – Modulus of elasticity in compression parallel to the grain – Determination of the resistance to compression parallel to the grain – Determination of the resistance to traction and compression perpendicular to the grain – Determination of the modulus of elasticity perpendicular to the fibers – Determination of resistance to shear stress parallel to the fiber – Determination of resistance to axial bending.
Destructive tests of welds in metallic materials – Transversal traction test The Standard specifies specimen sizes and the procedure for carrying out transverse tensile tests to determine the tensile strength and fracture location of a welded butt joint. The Standard applies to metallic materials in all product forms with joints made by any fusion welding process.
METALLIC AND OTHER NON-ORGANIC COATINGS – VICKERS and KNOOP Microhardness Tests.
Metallic materials. Knoop hardness test. Part 1: Test method The Standard specifies the Knoop hardness test method for metallic materials, for test forces from 0.098 07 N to 19.614 N. The method is recommended only for indentations with diagonals greater than or equal to 0.020 mm.
Paints and varnishes. Traction adhesion test.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMER POLYMERS – Determination of air permeability.
VULCANIZED OR THERMOPLASTIC RUBBER – Determination of abrasion resistance using a rotating cylindrical drum device.
Plastic or rubber coated fabrics. Determination of tear resistance. Part 1: Constant speed tearing methods.
General requirements for components used in drains and sewers.
Reinforcing steels – Part 1: Grades, properties, marking.
Tensile tests of metallic cellular materials.
METALS – Compression Test.
Tests of metallic materials – Tensile tests.
Test of metallic materials – Compression test of cellular metallic materials.
Tensile test without extensometer on sheets and strips of aluminum and wrought aluminum alloys with a thickness of up to 0.179 mm.
Communication cables. Specification for test methods. Part 3-16: Mechanical test methods. Tensile behavior of the cable.
Communication cables. Specification for test methods. Part 3-17: Mechanical test methods. Adhesion of the dielectric and the cover.
Communication cables. Specification for test methods. Part 3-2: Mechanical test methods. Tensile strength and conductor elongation.
Communication cables. Specification for test methods. Part 3-4: Mechanical test methods. Tensile strength, elongation and contraction of insulation and covering.
Communication cables. Specification for test methods. Part 3-5: Mechanical test methods. Resistance to crushing of the cable.
Textiles. fibers. Determination of breaking strength and elongation at break of individual fibers. Describes the test method and conditions for determining the breaking strength and elongation at break of individual fibers in the conditioned or wet state. The test is limited to the use of constant velocity test apparatus. Applicable to all types of fibers.
TEXTILES – Determination of the thickness of textiles and textile products.
Destructive tests of welds in metallic materials – Bending / bending tests. The Standard specifies a method for carrying out transverse tests of root, face and lateral curvature on test specimens taken from butt welds, coated butt welds (subdivided into clad plate welds and clad welds) and clad without welds. butt to assess ductility and/or absence of imperfections on or near the surface of the test specimen. It also gives the dimensions of the test sample. In addition, the Standard specifies a method for performing longitudinal root and face curvature tests instead of transverse bending tests for heterogeneous assemblies when the base materials and/or filler metal have a significant difference in their physical and mechanical properties. in relation to bending. The Standard applies to metallic materials in all product forms with welded joints made by any fusion arc welding process.
Wood tests; Determination of the ultimate shear stress parallel to the grain.
Wood-based panels – Determination of shear strength parallel to the surface.
PLASTICS – Determination of Tensile Properties.
PLASTICS. Determination of tensile properties. Part 2: Test conditions for plastics for molding and extrusion.
PLASTIC FILM – Determination of Tensile Properties.
COMPOSITE PLASTICS – Determination of tensile properties. Part 4: Test conditions for fiber-reinforced isotropic and orthotropic composite plastics.
UNIDIRECTIONAL COMPOUND PLASTICS – Determination of Tensile Properties.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – Determination of Folding Stiffness.
Determination of the water vapor transmission rate of plastic films, rubber sheets, paper, cardboard and other sheet materials. Part 1 Gravimetric Method.
CARDBOARD TESTS – Perforation test – Part 1: Perforation test with a pendulum type drilling rig.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – Determination of Opacity.
Wood adhesive tests and glued wood joints – Mechanical delamination tests by grooving and cutting.
Sandwiches test; Tensile test perpendicular to the faces.
Sandwiches test; Peeling test by means of a drum.
Plastic film test – Tear test using an incised trapezoidal test piece.
Plastics. Films and sheets. Determination of blocking resistance. Describes a qualitative and quantitative method for evaluating the tendency of flexible plastic films and sheets to adhere to each other when left in contact for some time, at a specified temperature, and under slight pressure.
PLASTIC FILM – Thickness determination.
BARRIER PLASTIC FILM – Determination of Oxygen Permeability.
Reinforced plastic tests; Shear test on flat samples.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – Thickness/Bulk Density Determination-Individual Sheets.
PLASTIC FILM – Diffused and Transmitted Light Measurement – ​​Transparency Films.
Rubber test – Determination of tensile strength at break, tensile strength at yield point, elongation at break and force values ​​in a tensile test.
RUBBER – Determination of Needle Tear Resistance.
Rubber test – Determination of rebound resilience (Schob pendulum) The method specified here is used to determine the resilience of rubber having a Shore A or IRHD hardness between 30 and 85 (see DIN 53519-1) when subjected to impact. This method is particularly suitable for a rough evaluation of the dynamic behavior of rubber using simple equipment. When rubber is deformed, it absorbs energy that is partly recovered when it returns to its original shape. Energy that is not returned as mechanical energy is dissipated as heat in the rubber.
Unvulcanized RUBBER – Determinations using a rotating disk viscometer. Part 1: Determination of viscosity by the Mooney method.
Rubber and elastomer tests; measurement of vulcanization characteristics (curometry); evaluation of crosslinking isotherms in terms of reaction kinetics.
Determination of the adherence of rubber to rigid materials using conical finished cylinders.
Test of flexible cellular materials – Indentation test in finished pieces.
Fired clay tiles. Flexural strength test.
PAPER and CARDBOARD: Short Compression Resistance – SCT.
PACKAGING AND PACKAGING – The test is used to determine the resistance to crushing / deformation, to evaluate the behavior of packaging materials during transport, storage and processing, as well as to determine quality characteristics.
Mountaineering and climbing equipment. Auxiliary rope. Safety requirements and test methods. Section 5.4 – Determination of Tensile Strength.
Mountaineering and climbing equipment. Headband. Safety requirements and test methods. Section 5.4 – Determination of Tensile Strength.
Aerospace equipment. Fiber reinforced plastics. Test methods. Determination of in-plane shear properties (tensile test ± 45º).
Aerospace equipment. Fiber reinforced plastics. Test methods. Determination of tensile strength with and without notch.
Aerospace equipment. Fiber reinforced plastics. Test methods. Determination of the compressive strength of notched, unnotched and filled holes.
Aerospace equipment. Fiber reinforced plastics. Test methods. Determination of rolling resistance.
Aerospace series – Fiber reinforced plastics – Test method – Determination of compressive strength after impact.
Plastics – Determination of compression properties.
Connectors for electronic equipment. Tests and measurements. Part 13-1: Mechanical performance tests. Test 13a: Coupling and uncoupling forces.
Connectors for electronic equipment. Tests and measurements. Part 13-2: Mechanical performance tests. Test 13b: Insertion and extraction forces.
Connectors for electronic equipment. Tests and measurements. Part 16-4: Mechanical tests on contacts and terminations. Test 16d: Tensile strength (crimped – crimped connections).
Optical fiber. Part 1-31: Measurement methods and test procedures. Tensile strength.
Specifications for woven tapes of fiberglass and fiberglass and polyester. Part 2: Test methods.
Fiber optic interconnection devices and passive components. Basic tests and measurement procedures. Part 2-4: Essays. Fiber/Cable Retention. The purpose of this part of the standard is to ensure that the retention or fixing of the fibre/cable to a fiber optic device will withstand the tensile loads likely to be applied during normal operating conditions.
Fiber optic interconnection devices and passive components. Basic tests and measurement procedures. Part 2-6: Essays. Tensile strength of the coupling mechanism.
Fiber optic interconnection devices and passive components. Basic tests and measurement procedures. Part 3-11: Inspections and measurements. Coupling and separation forces.
Fiber optic interconnection device and passive components. Basic tests and measurement procedures. Part 3-22: Inspections and measurements. Cap compression force.
Fiber optic interconnect devices and passive components – Basic test and measurement procedures – Part 3-33: Examinations and measurements – Pull-out force of a spring alignment sleeve using gauge pins.
Cable management systems. Cable ties for electrical installations. Tensile Strength Testing of Flanges, Fixings, Loops and fixing accessories.
Plastics. Determination of stress cracking in an active environment (ESC). Constant tensile stress method.
THERMOPLASTIC TUBES – Determination of tensile properties. Part 1: General test method.
THERMOPLASTIC TUBES – Determination of tensile properties. Part 3: Polyolefin tubes.
PLASTIC FILMS AND SHEETS / FILMS – Determination of Tear Resistance – Trouser Test Tube.
PLASTIC FILMS AND SHEETS / FILMS – Determination of Tear Strength – ELMENDORF Method.
METALLIC MATERIALS – Brinell hardness test. Part 1: Test method.
METALLIC MATERIALS – VICKERS Hardness Tests. Part 1 – Test Methods.
METALS – ROCKWELL Hardness Test (Scales A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H-K-N and T)
Aerospace; Fibre-reinforced plastics testing; Determination of interlaminar shear strength by tensile test.
Aerospace; Fiber reinforced plastic; Unidirectional laminate tests; Compression test transverse to the grain direction.
Aerospace; Fiber reinforced plastic; Unidirectional laminate tests; Traction test transverse to the direction of the fiber.
Aerospace – Fiber Reinforced Plastics – Unidirectional Laminate Testing; Determination of shear strength and shear modulus in tension.
Aerospace; fiber reinforced plastics; Tensile test of monolayer flat tension samples.
Advanced technical ceramics. Mechanical properties of composite ceramics at room temperature. Part 1: Determination of tensile properties.
Advanced technical ceramics. Mechanical properties of composite ceramics at room temperature. Part 3: Determination of flexural strength.
Advanced technical ceramics. Mechanical properties of composite ceramics at room temperature. Part 4: Determination of the resistance to interlaminar shearing by compression of a notched specimen.
Advanced technical ceramics. Mechanical properties of composite ceramics at room temperature. Part 5: Determination of the resistance to interlaminar tearing by means of the flexural test of short period (three points).
Odontology. ceramic materials. Flexural Effort Tests.
METALS: Tensile tests. Part 1: Test method at room temperature.
Metallic materials. Traction test. Part 2: Elevated temperature test method.
Container and packaging tests – Determination of compressive strength. Part 1: Test with constant application rate.
Paper and cardboard tests – Determination of tensile strength.
Paper tests – Determination of the resistance to flat crushing in corrugated laboratory paper.
Paper and cardboard tests – Determination of roughness according to the Bendtsen method.
Paper and cardboard tests – Determination of air permeability. Part 1: Average rate of air permeability according to the Bendtsen method.
Paper and cardboard tests – Determination of water absorption (COBB method).
Paper and board tests – Determination of the crush resistance of the ring, as used to make corrugated board) twisted to form a ring, and is mainly used for paper and board between 0.1mm and 0.5mm thick.
Material testing machines – Impact test – Particular requirements for pendulum impact testing machines with a nominal energy capacity ≤ 50 J and verification.
Paper Pastes – .Preparation of laboratory sheets for physical tests. Part 2: Rapid-Köthen method.
Reinforcing steel – Lattice beams.
Sandwich test; Cut test.
Plastic sheet testing; adhesion test.
Hard metals – Compression test.
Rubber and Plastics – Analysis of Multi-Peak Traces Obtained in Determinations of Tear Resistance and Adhesion Force.
Cellular plastics. Polyethylene. Test methods. The standard specifies methods for testing flexible and semi-rigid cellular plastics made of polyethylene. Foam plastics containing ethylene copolymers or polymer blends with polyethylene may also be tested by the procedures of this International Standard, provided these materials have characteristics similar to polyethylene as described in ISO 1872-1, or ethylene copolymers as described in ISO 1872-1. described in the ISO 4613-1 standard. Mandatory tests suitable for the characterization of cellular polyethylene, regardless of end use, and optional tests for the determination of properties that are relevant to certain uses are described.
PAPER TO ENDULATE – Determination of Flat Crush Resistance – CMT.
METALLIC MATERIALS. Bending test (simple folding).
THERMOPLASTIC TUBES – External shock resistance test method by the clock face method.
PLASTICS – Determination of Flexural Temperature under Load – HDT.
PLASTICS – Determination of the Flexural Temperature under Load “HDT”. Part 2: Plastics and ebonite.
METALLIC MATERIALS – Calibration and verification of static uniaxial testing machines – Part 1: Tension / compression testing machines – Calibration and verification of the force measurement system.
PLASTIC-RUBBER COATED FABRICS – Determination of nebulization characteristics of the materials of the parts inside the automobiles.
RUBBER AND THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMERS – Determination of Hardness according to Shore A and D methods.
RUBBER AND THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMERS – Determination of Hardness according to Shore A and D methods.
Conveyor belts with a steel cable core. Longitudinal tensile test. Part 2: Measurement of tensile strength.
FILMS / FILM AND PLASTIC SHEETS – Determination of impact resistance by the dart drop method. Part 1: Ladder Method.
Single use sterile hypodermic needles. Requirements and test methods.
Single use sterile hypodermic syringes. Part 1: Syringes for manual use. This document specifies the requirements and test methods to verify the design of sterile single-use hypodermic syringes, with or without a needle, made of plastic or other materials and intended for aspiration and injection of fluids after filling by end users. . This document does not provide requirements for the release of batches. The syringes are primarily for human use. The sterile syringes specified in this document are intended to be used immediately after filling and are not intended to contain medication for extended periods of time. Syringes for use with insulin (see ISO 8537), glass single-use syringes, syringes for use with powered syringe pumps, syringes pre-filled by the manufacturer and syringes intended to be stored after filling are excluded. A kit for the filled out by a pharmacist). The needleless hypodermic syringes specified in this document are intended for use with hypodermic needles specified in ISO 7864.
CHIPBOARD AND PLYWOOD BOARD. Mechanical properties (traction – bending – compression – shear).
Small diameter connectors for liquids and gases for sanitary applications. Part 20: Common test methods. Point F – Method of resistance to separation by applying an axial tension.
Small diameter connectors for liquids and gases for sanitary applications. Part 7: Connectors for intravascular or hypodermic applications. This Standard specifies the dimensions and requirements for the design and functional performance of small gauge connectors intended to be used for connections in intravascular applications or hypodermic connections in hypodermic applications of medical devices and accessories. EXAMPLES Syringes and hypodermic needles or intravascular (IV) cannulas with male and female luer slip connectors and luer lock connectors.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of Tear Strength.
Glass containers – Resistance to vertical load
Rubber, vulcanized or thermoplastic – Determination of adhesion to a rigid substrate – 90° peel method.
POWDER COATING RESINS – Determination of the gel time of thermosetting coating powders at a given temperature.
VULCANIZED RUBBER AND THERMOPLASTIC – Determination of the remaining deformation by compression at constant deformation. Part 1: At ambient or elevated temperatures.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of the behavior to compression.
Testing of plastic films and sheets – Determination of friction coefficients.
Edification. Sealants. Determination of tensile properties. (Extension at break).
Edification. Sealants. Determination of deformation properties under sustained tension.
Advanced technical ceramics. monolithic ceramics. Mechanical properties at room temperature. Part 1: Determination of flexural strength.
Advanced technical ceramic. Monolithic ceramic. Mechanical properties at room temperature. Part 2. Determination of Young’s modulus, shear modulus and Poisson’s ratio.
RIGID CELLULAR PLASTIC MATERIALS – Compression Testing of Rigid Materials.
Metallic materials. Tubes (full section). Curving test.
Metallic materials. tubes. Crush test. This International Standard describes a test method to determine the aptitude to plastic deformation due to crushing effect of circular section metal tubes. It can also be used to reveal tube defects. This International Standard is applicable to metal tubes with an external diameter not exceeding 600 mm and a wall thickness not exceeding 15% of the external diameter. The range of outside diameters or thicknesses covered by this standard may be more explicitly defined in the corresponding product standard.
Metallic materials. tubes. Flaring test.
Metallic materials. tubes. Ring tensile test. This International Standard describes a tensile test method for a ring cut from a tube with the aim of revealing, depending on the deformation to which the sample is subjected before breaking, possible surface or internal defects, as well as How to evaluate the ductility of pipes. The ring tensile test is applicable to metal tubes with an external diameter greater than 150 mm and a wall thickness not greater than 40 mm. The inner diameter must be greater than 100 mm.
Adhesives. Peel test for a flexible on rigid adherent glue joint. Part 2: peeled at 180º.
Collection bags for ostomy. Part 2: Specifications and test methods.
PLASTICS – Determination of flow behaviour. Part 1: Yield in traction.
PLASTICS – Determination of flow behaviour. Part 2: Yield in flexure by the three-point loading method.
Rigid cellular plastics. Test methods for materials with integrated skin and high density. It contains the basic test procedures for the determination of the physical properties of these plastics. It also specifies the primary methods to be used for the comparison of materials similar to the materials defined in clause 3. It also allows the use of the same test methods, when they are suitable for the evaluation of the properties of products of different thicknesses. , when agreed between the supplier and the buyer.
NON-WOVEN FABRICS / NON WOVENS – Determination of the thickness of nonwovens.
Textile glass. Windings. Manufacture of test pieces and determination of tensile strength of impregnated windings.
PAINTS, VARNISHES AND SIMILAR COATINGS – Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres. Salt spray tests.
TEXTILES – Determination of the air permeability of fabrics.
Adhesives for channeling systems in thermoplastic materials. Part 2: Determination of shear strength.
PLASTICS. PHENOLIC RESINS- Determination of the Gelation Time at a given temperature.
Adhesives. Test methods for shear fatigue resistance of structural adhesives.
Conveyor belts. Determination of elastic and permanent elongation and calculation of the modulus of elasticity.
PIPES OF THERMOPLASTIC MATERIALS – Determination of annular rigidity.
Edification. Joint products. Determination of adhesion/cohesion properties of sealants at variable temperatures.
Elastomers, vulcanized or thermoplastic. Determination of stress/strain properties in compression.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of creep in compression.
Steel for reinforcing concrete. Weldable steel for reinforced concrete armors.
Metallic materials. Sheets and bands. Determination of the coefficient of plastic anisotropy.
Tensile, compression and bending test on prestressing steels.
METALS/Sheets and Strips -Determination of the Hardening Exponent in Tensile (value “n”).
Geosynthetics – Wide-width tensile test The standard describes a test method for the determination of the tensile properties of geosynthetics (polymer, glass and metal), using a wide width strip. It is applicable to most geosynthetics, including woven geotextiles, nonwoven geotextiles, geocomposites, knitted geotextiles, geonets, geomaterials, and metal products. It is also applicable to open structure geogrids and similar geotextiles, but the sample dimensions may need to be modified. It is not applicable to polymeric or bituminous geosynthetic barriers, while it is applicable to clay geosynthetic barriers. ISO 10319:2015 specifies a tensile test method that covers the measurement of load elongation characteristics and includes procedures for calculation of secant stiffness, maximum load per unit width and stress at maximum load. Singular points on the load-extension curve are also indicated.
Metallic materials. Tensile stress relaxation tests. Part 1: Operating procedure for testing machines.
Metallic materials. Tensile stress relaxation tests. Part 2: Operative procedure for models of bolted joints.
Geosynthetics. Joint/seam tensile test by the broad band method. The standard specifies an index test method for the determination of tensile properties of joints and seams in geosynthetics, using a broad band strip. The method is applicable to most geosynthetics. It is also applicable to geogrids, but the sample dimensions may need to be altered. This test is not applicable to polymeric or bituminous geosynthetic barriers. The method specified in the standard quantifies the tensile strength of a joint or seam between geosynthetics. You can provide data to indicate the joint or seam tensile strength that can be achieved.
Peel delamination test method for identification cards, credit cards, and other cards. The test measures the force required to separate the adhesives used to bond the laminate and card together.
Resistance welding. Test of welded joints. Peel and gouge test on spot and bump resistance welds.
Ceramic tiles. Part 4: Determination of flexural strength and breaking strength.
Intravascular catheters. Sterile, single-use catheters. Part 1: General requirements. Point 4.6 Breaking force.
Edification. Sealants. Determination of adhesion/cohesion properties of sealants after immersion in water. The standard specifies a method for determining the influence of water on the adhesion cohesion properties of sealants with predominantly plastic behavior used in joints in building construction.
Carbon fibers. Determination of tensile properties of resin-impregnated yarns. The Standard specifies a test method for the determination of tensile strength, tensile modulus of elasticity, and deformation at maximum load of a resin-impregnated yarn test piece. The method is applicable to yarns (continuous fiber yarns and discontinuous fibers) of carbon fiber for use as reinforcements in composite materials.
Elastomer and plastic hoses and pipes. Measurement of flexibility and stiffness. Part 1: Curvature tests at room temperature.
PLYWOOD PANELS – Description of Flexural Properties.
Introducers, dilators and sterile intravascular guides for single use. 6.3 – Traction force at the breaking point of the introducer catheters 7.6 – Traction force at the breaking point of the introducer sheaths 8.4 – Guide fracture test 8.5 – Bending test of the guides 8.6 – Traction force at the breaking point of the guide.
PLASTIC PIPES AND CONDUIT SYSTEMS – Thermoplastic pipes – Determination of resistance to external shocks by the ladder method.
PLASTIC – Determination of the fluidity index of thermoplastic materials, by mass (MFR) and by volume (MVR).
Adhesives. T-peel test for flexible-on-flexible glued joints.
Adhesives. Determination of the dynamic resistance to cracking of high-strength adhesive joints under impact conditions. Wedge impact method.
Plastics. Films and sheets. Determination of blocking resistance. Describes a qualitative and quantitative method for evaluating the tendency of flexible plastic films and sheets to adhere to each other when left in contact for some time, at a specified temperature, and under slight pressure.
Packaging for sterilized sanitary finished products – Requirements for materials, sterile barrier systems and packaging systems.
Leather. Finish adhesion test.
Rice – Determination of the resistance of the rice grain to extrusion after cooking This standard specification specifies a method for the determination of the resistance to extrusion of milled rice grains, precooked or not parboiled, after cooking under specified conditions.
PLASTICS. Methods to determine the density of non-cellular plastics. Part 1: Immersion method, liquid pycnometer method and titration method.
Containers and packaging. Bags made from flexible films of thermoplastic material. Tear propagation in edge folds.
Tile adhesives – Determination of shear bond strength of dispersion adhesives.
Self-adhesive tapes. Measurement of elongation under a static load.
CONTAINERS AND PACKAGING. COMPLETE AND FILLED SHIPPING PACKAGING – Compression and stacking tests using a compression testing machine.
Plastics piping systems. Thermoplastic accessories. Impact resistance test method.
Plastics. Fluorinated polymer dispersions and materials for molding and extrusion. Part 2: Preparation of test pieces and determination of properties.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of the bending behavior.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of shear behavior.
Canalization systems in plastic materials for conducting water and sanitation with pressure. Polyethylene (PE).
Surfaces for sports areas. Determination of the traction characteristics of synthetic sports surfaces.
Geosynthetics. Static punching test (CBR test).
Self-gripping closures. Determination of resistance to fur.
Plastics piping systems – Glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes – Test method to prove the resistance to initial ring deflection.
Plastics piping systems – Glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes – Determination of initial specific ring stiffness.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Part 1: Bituminous sheets for roof waterproofing. Determination of tear resistance (per nail).
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of tear resistance. Part 2: Plastic and rubber sheets for waterproofing roofs.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Part 1: Bituminous sheets for roof waterproofing. Determination of tensile properties.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of tensile properties. Part 2: Plastic and rubber sheets for waterproofing roofs.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Part 1: Bituminous sheets for roof waterproofing. Determination of the peel resistance of the overlap.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of the peel resistance of the overlap. Part 2: Plastic and rubber sheets for waterproofing roofs.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Part 1: Bituminous sheets for roof waterproofing. Determination of the shear strength of the weld.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of the shear strength of the overlaps. Part 2: Plastic and rubber sheets for waterproofing roofs.
Plastic or rubber coated fabrics. Determination of burst strength. Part 1: Steel ball method.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of behavior under point loads.
Textiles. Para-aramid multifilament yarns. Test methods. Section 7.3 – Determination of the breaking force, the elongation at break, the modulus and the force at a specified elongation.
TISSUE PAPER – Thickness Determination.
TISSUE PAPER – Resistance to breakage and Elongation by Traction and TEA.
TISSUE PAPER – Determination of Moist Tensile Strength.
Temporary works equipment – Safety nets – Part 1: Safety requirements, test methods Tests to determine the Break Load and Elongation by Tensile Test in ropes, safety meshes …
Footwear. Test methods for soles. Tear resistance.
Footwear. Test methods for soles. Tear resistance per stitch.
Footwear – Test methods for soles – Determination of tear resistance and resistance to delamination (exfoliation).
Footwear. Test methods for insoles (template). Tear resistance per stitch.
Footwear. Test methods for soles. Tensile strength and elongation.
Grouting materials for ceramic tiles. Part 3: Determination of flexural and compressive strength.
Test of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 1: Curvature test.
Test of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 2: Tensile test.
Test of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 3: Tensile creep test.
Test of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 4: Peeling test.
Test of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 6: Tensile test at low temperature.
Tests of welded joints in semi-finished thermoplastic products. Part 7: Tensile tests with U-notched specimens.
Glass for building. Determination of the flexural resistance of glass. Part 3: Test with specimens supported at two points (four point bending).
Geosynthetics. Determination of friction characteristics. Part 1: Direct shear test. The Standard describes a method for determining the frictional characteristics of geotextiles and geotextile-related products in contact with standard sand, i.e. sand of specified density and moisture content, under normal stress and constant velocity of travel. , using a direct cutting apparatus. The procedure can also be used to test geosynthetic barriers.
Geosynthetics. Determination of friction characteristics. Part 2: Test of the inclined plane. The standard describes a method for determining the friction characteristics of geosynthetics (geotextiles and geotextile-related products, geosynthetic barriers), in contact with soils, with low normal stress, using an inclined plane apparatus. This method is primarily intended for a yield test to be used with site-specific soils, but can also be used as an index test with standard sand. Test data obtained for geogrids tested with rigid support are not necessarily realistic as results are dependent on frictional support.
Adhesives for paper and cardboard, packaging and disposable sanitary products. Determination of shear strength.
Carbon fiber. Designation system for continuous threads. – Tensile Strength Tests. – Modulus of Elasticity in Traction.
Metallic coatings and other non-organic coatings. Methods for the quantitative measurement of adherence using the tensile test.
Fixed thermoplastic tanks for surface storage of domestic heating oils, kerosene and diesel fuels. Tanks in polyethylene extrusion-blow molded, polyethylene molded by rotational molding and polyamide-6 manufactured by ionic polymerization. Requirements and test methods. Section A.1.3 Properties in Tension.
SOLID WOODEN PANELS – Gluing quality. Testing method. Test method to determine the quality of the gluing of single-layer or multi-layer solid wood panels by means of a cutting test.
Geotextiles and Geotextile Related Products – Determination of tensile creep and creep rupture behavior.
Adhesives. Determination of shear strength of adhesive bonds between rigid substrates using the block shear method.
WOOD-DERIVED PANELS – Determination of Pullout Resistance of Connectors, Fixing Elements (Nails – Screws).
Footwear. Test methods for cuts. Tensile strength and elongation.
Continuous band painted metals. Test methods. Part 7: Resistance to bend cracking (T-bend test).
Articles of manufacture filled with feathers and down – Method for determining the compressibility index of clothing.
Footwear. Test methods for uppers, lining and insoles. Tear resistance.
Empty corrugated and compact cardboard containers and packaging. Determination of compressive strength.
Reinforced plastic composite materials. Specifications for pultruded profiles. Part 2: Test methods and general requirements. Flexion tests.
Adhesives. Adhesive test method for wall and floor coverings. Peeling test.
Adhesives – Test method for adhesives for floor and wall coverings – Shear test.
Sports surfaces. Determination of tensile strength of synthetic fibers.
Wood based panels. Determination of edge bending properties.
Hot applied sealing products. Part 10: Test methods for the determination of adhesion and cohesion after continued elongation and compression.
Material testing methods for continuous screeds. Part 2: Determination of flexural and compressive strength.
Textiles. Monofilaments. Determination of tensile properties.
Adhesives for leather and footwear materials – Solvent-based and dispersion adhesives – Testing of bond strength under specified conditions.
Plastics piping systems – Glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes; Determination of initial longitudinal tensile properties.
TEXTILES – Tensile properties of fabrics. Part 1: Determination of maximum force and elongation at maximum force by the strip method.
TEXTILES – Tensile properties of fabrics. Part 2: Determination of the maximum force by the method of the grip (Grab Test).
Textiles – Sewing seams of fabrics and made-up textile articles – Part 1: Determination of the maximum seam breaking force using the band method The Standard specifies a procedure for determining the maximum seam force of sewn seams when the force is applied perpendicular to the seam. ISO 13935-1:2014 specifies the method known as the strip test. The method is primarily applicable to textile fabrics, including fabrics that exhibit stretch characteristics imparted by the presence of an elastomeric fiber, mechanical or chemical treatment. It may be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile glass fabrics, and fabrics made from carbon fibers or polyolefin tape yarns (see Bibliography). Sewn fabrics can be obtained from previously sewn items or can be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results. This method is applicable only to straight seams and not to curved seams. The method is restricted to the use of constant rate of extension (CRE) testing machines.
Textiles – Seam tensile properties of fabrics and made-up textile articles – Part 2: Determination of the maximum seam breaking force using the grab method ISO 13935-2:2014 specifies methods for the determination of the maximum seam force of sewn seams when the force is applied perpendicular to the seam. ISO 13935-2:2014 describes the method known as the grip test. The method is primarily applicable to woven textile fabrics, including fabrics that exhibit stretch characteristics imparted by the presence of an elastomeric fiber, mechanical or chemical treatment. It may be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, non-woven fabrics, coated fabrics, glass-woven fabrics, and fabrics made of carbon fibers or polyolefin tape yarns. Sewn fabrics can be obtained from previously sewn items or can be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results. This method is applicable only to straight seams and not to curved seams. The method is restricted to the use of constant extension velocity (CRE) testing machines.
Textiles – Determination of the slip resistance of yarns in a seam on fabrics – Part 1: Fixed seam opening method The Standard is intended for the determination of the resistance offered by the weaving thread systems, to slip on a sewn seam. A raw and sewn piece of a specimen is separately extended using a tensile testing machine, equipped with grip testing jaws, to produce, in the case of the use of a chart recorder, two force/extension curves originating from the same abscissa. The force required to produce a specified distance between the curves, equivalent to a specified seam opening, is determined.
Textiles. Determination of the slip resistance of the seam threads in woven fabrics. Part 2: Fixed charge method.
Textiles. Determination of the slip resistance of the seam threads in woven fabrics. Part 3: Needle clamp method.
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 1: Determination of tear strength. Ballistic pendulum method (Elmendorf).
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 2: Determination of the tear strength of trouser-shaped specimens (Single Tear Method).
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 3: Determination of the tear strength of wing-shaped specimens (Single Tear Method).
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 4: Determination of the tear strength of tongue-shaped specimens (Double tear method).
Plastics piping systems – Glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes – Determination of the apparent initial circumferential tensile strength.
THERMOPLASTIC TUBES – Determination of annular flexibility.
STRUCTURAL ADHESIVES – Determination of the useful life (working life – Pot Life) of multicomponent adhesives.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Thermal insulating products formed in-situ from mineral wool (MW). Part 1: Specification for bulk products before installation.
Wooden structures. Glued laminated wood and glued solid wood. Requirements.
PLASTIC COMPOUNDS. Reinforced with fiberglass-Determination of Flexural Properties.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of compression properties in a direction parallel to the rolling plane.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of the shear stress/flat shear strain response, including the modulus and flat shear strength, by the +-45° tensile test method.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of the apparent interlaminar shear strength by the bending test method with little spacing between supports (short bar).
Structural adhesives. T-peel test for flexible-on-flexible glued joints.
FABRICS COVERED WITH PLASTIC OR RUBBER. Determination of tensile strength and elongation at break.
Resistance welding. Destructive tests of welds. Dimensions of the specimens and tensile test procedure on cross specimens for spot and protuberance resistance welding.
Childcare articles. Articles for liquid feeding. Part 1: General and mechanical requirements and tests.
SELF-ADHESIVE TAPES – Measurement of breaking force and elongation at break.
Containers and packaging. Containers and packaging of flexible materials. Determination of puncture resistance. Test methods.
Self-supporting insulating double-sided metal sandwich panels. Factory made products. Specs.
Pipeline systems in plastic materials for conducting water and for buried or aerial sanitation with pressure. Unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U). Part 2: Tubes.
Adhesives – Determination of peel strength of adhesive bonds – Floating roller method.
Adhesives. Determination of tensile shear strength of overlapping glued assemblies.
Test method for concrete with metallic fibers. Determination of tensile strength by bending (limit of proportionality (LOP), residual strength).
Leather. Physical and mechanical tests. Determination of bagginess, creep and relaxation.
Metallic materials — Charpy pendulum impact test — Part 1: Test method.
Structural adhesives. Determination of the shear behavior of structural adhesives. Part 2: Tensile test method on thick specimens.
Plastic or rubber coated fabrics. Determination of the static and dynamic coefficients of friction.
Thermal spray; Determination of the tensile adhesion force.
PLASTICS – Films and sheets – Determination of the water vapor transmission rate – Part 1: Moisture sensor detection method.
PLASTICS – Films and Sheets – Determination of the water vapor transmission rate – Part 2: Infrared detection sensor method.
PLASTICS, Films and Plastic Sheets. Determination of the water vapor transmission rate. Part 3: Electrolytic sensor detection method.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of the in-plane shear modulus by the plate torsion method. The Standard specifies a method for determining the in-plane shear modulus (G12) of fiber-reinforced plastic composite materials using a standard plate sample. When applied to isotropic materials, the measured shear modulus is independent of direction. The method is used to determine the shear modulus of test specimens, but not to determine shear strength. It applies to a plate supported at two points on one diagonal and loaded on the other diagonal by the simultaneous movement of two point loads attached to a cross beam. The method is suitable for use with fiber-reinforced plastic composites with thermoplastic and thermoplastic matrices. Because shear strain is applied under bending conditions, for laminated materials with different fiber formats and/or different orientations, the layers of material must be well distributed across the section so that they are approximately «homogeneous» in length. the thickness direction. The principal axes of the material, if any, should be oriented perpendicular to the edges of the plate. NOTE This method can be applied to unreinforced polymers and other materials (for example, metals, ceramics, and metal- or ceramic-matrix composites). For material made using unidirectional layers, the shear modulus obtained using a multidirectional specimen (i.e., 0º/90º/±45º) is not the same as that obtained for unidirectional or crossover (0º/90º) material.
Wooden floors. Determination of flexural strength under static load. Test methods.
Adhesives. Determination of shear strength of anaerobic adhesives in pin-ring specimens.
Steel for the reinforcement and prestressing of concrete. Test methods. Part 1: Bars, wires and wire rods for reinforced concrete.
Steel for the reinforcement and prestressing of concrete. Test methods. Part 2: Electro-welded mesh.
Steel for the reinforcement and prestressing of concrete. Test methods. Part 3: Steels for prestressing.
Dentistry – Wires for use in Orthodontics.
ADHESIVES – Determination of Tensile Strength of Butt Joints.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of deformation under specific conditions of compression load and temperature.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of compressive creep.
THERMAL INSULATING PRODUCTS FOR BUILDING APPLICATIONS. Determination of tensile strength perpendicular to the faces.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of tensile strength parallel to the faces.
Containers and packaging. Containers and packaging for the transport of dangerous goods. Test methods.
Product Warranty Space – Peel and pull-off resistance measurements of coatings and finishes using pressure sensitive tapes.
Aluminum and aluminum alloys. Test methods. Test of drawing ears for sheet metal and band.
Adhesives for paper and cardboard, containers and disposable sanitary products. Measurement of the tack of pressure sensitive adhesive products. Determination of the stickiness of a loop.
Welding. Welding of steel reinforcements. Part 2: Non-load bearing welded joints.
Welding. Welding of steel reinforcements. Part 1: Load-bearing welded joints.
Footwear. Test methods for uppers, lining and insoles. Seam strength.
Footwear. Complete shoe test methods. Resistance of the shear-story joint.
Plastics — Determination of flexural properties. This Standard specifies a method for determining the flexural properties of rigid and semi-rigid plastics under defined conditions. A standard test specimen is defined, but parameters are included for alternative specimen sizes for use where appropriate. A range of test speeds is included. The method is used to investigate the flexural behaviour of the test specimens and to determine the flexural strength, flexural modulus and other aspects of the flexural stress/strain relationship under the conditions defined. It applies to a freely supported beam, loaded at midspan (three-point loading test). The method is suitable for use with the following range of materials: •thermoplastic moulding, extrusion and casting materials, including filled and reinforced compounds in addition to unfilled types; rigid thermoplastics sheets; •thermosetting moulding materials, including filled and reinforced compounds; thermosetting sheets.
PLASTICS – Impact Resistance Determination – CHARPY Method.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of Tensile Strength and Elongation at break.
PLASTICS – Impact Resistance Determination – IZOD Method.
Fishing nets. Determination of the breaking force of the mesh of the fishing net.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of thickness and mass per unit area. Part 1: Bituminous sheets for roof waterproofing.
Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Determination of thickness and mass per unit area. Part 2: Plastic and rubber sheets.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of the remaining deformation by compression.
Rubber or plastic coated fabrics. Determination of tear resistance. Part 3: Trapezoidal method.
Rubber or plastic coated fabrics. Low temperature tests. Part 1: Bending test.
Advanced technical ceramics. Mechanical properties of composite ceramics at high temperatures in an inert atmosphere. Determination of tensile properties.
Advanced technical ceramics. Mechanical properties of composite ceramics at high temperatures in an inert atmosphere. Determination of shear strength by compression of carved specimens.
Adhesives for paper and cardboard, containers and packaging and disposable sanitary products. Peel test in «T» at 180º for a glue joint of flexible on flexible adherent.
Adhesives for paper and cardboard, packaging and disposable sanitary products. Determination of tensile strength and elongation.
Adhesives. Adhesive test methods for floor and wall coverings. Test of progressive deformation by shear stress.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – Tensile Properties – Part 2 – Method with constant elongation gradient (20 mm/min).
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – method for measuring tensile strength, elongation at break, tensile energy absorption and tensile stiffness, using a performance testing machine with a constant elongation speed (100 mm/min).
SELF-ADHESIVE TAPES. Measurement of adhesion, on stainless steel or on its own back, by peeling.
SELF-ADHESIVE TAPES – Measurement of Unrolling Force at low speed.
PAPER – Determination of Tear Strength -Elmendorf Method.
Aerospace series – Metallic materials – Test methods – Part 1: Tensile tests at room temperature.
PLASTICS – Hardness Determination – Part 2: Rockwell Hardness.
Metallic materials — Uniaxial creep testing in tension — Method of test This Standard specifies the method for the uninterrupted and interrupted creep tests and defines the properties of metallic materials which can be determined from these tests, in particular the creep elongation and the time of creep rupture, at a specified temperature. The stress rupture test is also covered, as is the testing of notched test pieces.
Metallic materials. Sheets and strips. Erichsen drawing test.
Adhesives – Wood adhesives for non-structural applications – Determination of tensile shear strength of lap joints.
Technical ceramics (advanced ceramics, advanced technical ceramics). Test method for compressive strength of ceramic composites reinforced with continuous fibers at room temperature.
Textiles. wound threads Determination of the breaking force or load and the elongation at break of individual threads with constant speed elongation equipment.
Odontology. base polymers. Part 1: Polymers for the base of dental prostheses. Flexion tests Odontology. base polymers. Part 2: Polymers for basic orthodontics. Flexion tests.
Light Conveyor Belts – Determination of maximum tensile strength.
Light conveyor belts. Determination of the relaxed modulus of elasticity.
Light conveyor belts. Determination of the coefficient of friction.
Dentistry – Elastomeric Auxiliaries used in orthodontics.
Dentistry : manual toothbrushes : resistance to deflection of the brushing surface.
Aerospace equipment. Non-metallic materials. Structural adhesives. Test methods. Part 1: Shear tests of a simple lap joint.
Aerospace equipment. Non-metallic materials. Structural adhesives. Test methods. Part 2: Metal-to-metal stripping.
Aerospace equipment. Non-metallic materials. Structural adhesives. Test methods. Part 3: Honeycomb core-metal peel test.
Aerospace equipment. Non-metallic materials. Structural adhesives. Test methods. Part 4: Perpendicular tensile test for metal-core honeycomb.
Aerospace equipment. Non-metallic materials. Structural adhesives. Test methods. Part 6: Determination of stress and shear strain.
Aerospace equipment. Silicone rubber (VMQ/PVMQ) with high tear resistance. Hardness 50 IRHD.
Footwear. Test methods for accessories: Contact closures. Peel strength before and after fatigue.
Rubbers, vulcanized or thermoplastic. Determination of the remaining strain by tension under constant elongation, and the remaining strain by tension, elongation and creep under constant load.
Fiber ropes. Determination of certain physical and mechanical properties. The standard specifies, for ropes of different types, a method to determine, among other characteristics: • Elongation; • Breaking force. The elongation corresponds to the increase in the length of the rope when the tension to which it is subjected increases from an initial value (reference tension) to a value equal to 50% of the specified minimum breaking strength of the rope. The breaking force is the maximum force recorded (or reached) during a breaking test on the test piece, carried out in a tensile testing machine with constant displacement speed of the mobile element. The breaking force values ​​indicated in the rope specification tables are only valid when using this type of testing machine.
Sintered metallic materials and hard metals. Determination of elastic modulus.
Aerospace equipment. fiberglass plastics. Testing method. Determination of the apparent interlaminar shearing specimens.
Leather. Physical and mechanical tests. Measurement of tear strength per stitch.
Plastic or rubber coated fabrics. Determination of coating adhesion.
Textile and resilient floor coverings. Determination of the footprint and the residual footprint. Part 1: Residual footprint.
Resilient floor coverings. Determination of peel resistance (Peeling). Describes a method for determining the resistance against separation of two layers of a resilient floor covering by peeling.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of hardness (indentation technique).
CARBIDE METAL – Determination of compressive strength.
Conveyor belts — Adhesion between constitutive elements — Test methods This Standard specifies two test methods, A and B, for determining the adhesion strength between constitutive elements of a conveyor belt, i.e. between plies and between covers and carcass. Basic test conditions are in conformity with ISO 36. It is applicable to all types of construction of conveyor belting with the exception of belts containing steel cord reinforcement, and textile-reinforced belts with a full-thickness tensile strength of less than 160 N/mm. It is not suitable or valid for light conveyor belts as described in ISO 21183-1.
PLASTIC FILM AND SHEETS – Determination of Gas Transmission under Atmospheric Pressure. Manometric method.
Aerospace equipment. Carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Unidirectional stratified. Tensile test parallel to the direction of the fiber.
Geosynthetics. Determination of the behavior to compression. Part 1: Compressive creep properties.
Geosynthetics. Determination of the behavior to compression. Part 2: Determination of the behavior to the compression in the short term.
Aerospace equipment. Carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Unidirectional laminates. Bending tests parallel to the direction of the fibers.
Aerospace equipment. Carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Unidirectional stratified. Determination of the apparent resistance to interlaminar shearing.
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 408: Coupling and uncoupling forces.
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 412: Contact insertion and withdrawal forces.
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 417: Tensile strength (crimp connection).
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 418: Gage insertion and withdrawal forces (female contacts).
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 420: Mechanical resistance of connection accessories.
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 424: Pull-out force of coiled connections, without soldering.
Aerospace equipment. Elements of electrical and optical connection. Test methods. Part 709: Electrical elements. Resistance to processing couplers.
Aerospace equipment. Carbon fiber reinforced plastics. Unidirectional laminates. Tensile test perpendicular to the direction of the fibers.
Plastic or rubber coated fabrics. Determination of the resistance to adhesion by contact.
Adhesives. Determination of tensile strength of butt joints.
Aerospace equipment. Fiberglass reinforced plastics. Bending test. Method of the three bending points.
Aerospace equipment. Fiberglass reinforced plastics. Traction test.
PAPER – Determination of Bursting Strength.
CARTON – Determination of Bursting Strength.
Textile conveyor belts — Full thickness tensile strength, elongation at break and elongation at the reference load — Test method.
ADHESIVES – Peeling Tests for Glued Union -Flexible s/Rigid Adherent 90º.
Textiles. Test methods for nonwovens. Part 3: determination of tensile strength and elongation at break.
Adhesives for load-bearing timber structures – Test methods – Part 1: Determination of longitudinal tensile shear strength.
Adhesives for wood for structural use. Test methods. Part 2: Determination of the resistance to delamination.
CORRUGATED CARTON – Thickness Determination.
CORRUGATED CARDBOARD – Determination of Flat Compression Resistance – FCT.
Corrugated Cardboard Sheet Tests – Determination of the crushing resistance of the edges of corrugated cardboard sheets/boards.
PLASTIC – Determination of the Softening Point of VICAT in thermoplastics.
WOOD-DERIVED PANELS -Bending Elasticity Modulus and Bending Tests.
Wood-based panels – Surface soundness – Test method.
Plywood – Bond quality – Test methods This standard specifies methods for determining the bonding quality of veneer plywood, by shear testing.
STEEL TUBES – Oil and natural gas industries. Steel pipes for pipeline transportation systems.
PARTICLE AND FIBER BOARDS -Determination of tensile strength perpendicular to the faces of the board.
Particleboards and fibreboards – Determination of resistance to axial withdrawal of screws.
Hard metals – Determination of the resistance to transverse fracture.
LEATHER – Determination of Tensile Strength and Elongation.
Leather. Physical and mechanical tests. Determination of tear resistance. Part 1: Simple tear. The Standard specifies a method for determining the tear strength of leather using a single edge tear. The method is sometimes described as a pant tear. It is applicable to all types of leather.
Leather. Physical and mechanical tests. Determination of tear resistance. Part 2: Double Tear The Standard specifies a method for determining the tear resistance of leather by means of a double-edged tear. The method is sometimes described as the Baumann tear. It is applicable to all types of leather.
Leather. Determination of the extension and tensile strength of the surface (ball method). These International Standards specify a test method for the determination of the extension and the resistance of the grain or finished surface of the leather. This method applies to all supple skins and is especially suitable for determining the suitability of leather for shoe uppers to be assembled.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of indentation fatigue at constant load. This standard specifies a method for determining the loss in thickness and loss in hardness of flexible cellular materials intended for use in load-bearing applications such as upholstery. It provides a means of evaluating the service performance of flexible cellular materials based on rubber latex or polyurethane used in cargo upholstery. The method is applicable to both standard size test pieces cut from slab material and molded components. Measured thickness loss and hardness loss are related to, but not necessarily the same as, losses likely to occur in service.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of the characteristics of force-deformation in compression. Part 1: Low density materials. Part 2: High Density Materials.
Aerospace equipment. Electrical cables for use in aircraft. Test methods. Part 505: Tensile strength of conductors and fibers.
Aerospace equipment. Electrical cables for use in aircraft. Test methods. Part 510: Tensile and elongation resistance of extruded insulating material and sheathed materials.
Aerospace equipment. Electrical cables for use in aircraft. Test methods. Part 513: Resistance to deformation (installation with plastic cable ties).
Aerospace equipment. Electrical cables for use in aircraft. Test methods. Part 515: Crush resistance.
Aerospace material Automatic switches Test methods. Part 509: Insertion and extraction forces of the signal contact terminals.
Aerospace equipment. Automatic switches. Test methods. Part 509: Insertion and withdrawal forces of signal contact terminals.
Protective gloves against mechanical risks Tear Resistance – Puncture resistance.
Tissue paper and tissue products. Part 11: Determination of the resistance to the burst in wet by means of ball.
Tissue paper and tissue products. Part 9: Determination of ball burst strength.
Tissue paper and tissue products. Part 6: Determination of the grammage.
Pigments and extenders. Dispersion methods and evaluation of dispersibility in plastics. Part 5: Determination of the value of the pressure in the filter during a test.
Steel wires and wire products for fences and meshes. Part 8: Electro-welded mesh gabions.
Adhesives. Peel test for a flexible on rigid adherent glue joint. Part 1: Peeled at 90º.
Plywood boards. Glue quality. Part 1: Test methods.
Adhesives for ceramic tiles. Determination of the shear strength of dispersion adhesives.
Adhesives for ceramic tiles. Determination of shear strength of reactive resin adhesives.
Plastic or rubber coated fabrics. Determination of burst strength. Part 1: Steel ball method.
Textile slings. Security. Part 1: Flat woven webbing slings, made of chemical fibers, for general use.
Textile slings. Security. Part 2: Roundslings made of man-made fibers for general use.
Aerospace equipment. Cable ties for harnesses. Test methods. Part 401: Resistance to loop break.
Natural rubber latex male condoms. Requirements and test methods.
WOODEN STRUCTURES. Sawn timber and glue-laminated timber for structural use. Determination of some physical and mechanical properties. Static flexural strength – Flexural strength of the toothed joint – Flexural modulus of elasticity (local and global) – Tensile modulus of elasticity – Transversal modulus of elasticity – Tensile modulus parallel to the grain – Resistance to traction parallel to the grain – Modulus of elasticity in compression parallel to the grain – Determination of the resistance to compression parallel to the grain – Determination of the resistance to traction and compression perpendicular to the grain – Determination of the modulus of elasticity perpendicular to the fibers – Determination of resistance to shear stress parallel to the fiber – Determination of resistance to axial bending.
Destructive tests of welds in metallic materials – Transversal traction test The Standard specifies specimen sizes and the procedure for carrying out transverse tensile tests to determine the tensile strength and fracture location of a welded butt joint. The Standard applies to metallic materials in all product forms with joints made by any fusion welding process.
Resilient floor coverings. Determination of the shear force.
METALLIC AND OTHER NON-ORGANIC COATINGS – VICKERS and KNOOP Microhardness Tests.
Metallic materials. Knoop hardness test. Part 1: Test method. The Standard specifies the Knoop hardness test method for metallic materials, for test forces from 0.098 07 N to 19.614 N. The method is recommended only for indentations with diagonals greater than or equal to 0.020 mm.
Medical gloves for single use. Part 2: Requirements and tests for the determination of physical properties.
Paints and varnishes. Traction adhesion test.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMER POLYMERS – Determination of air permeability.
Plastic or rubber coated fabrics. Determination of tear resistance. Part 1: Constant speed tearing methods.
General requirements for components used in drains and sewers.
Communication cables. Specification for test methods. Part 3-16: Mechanical test methods. Tensile behavior of the cable.
Communication cables. Specification for test methods. Part 3-17: Mechanical test methods. Adhesion of the dielectric and the cover.
Communication cables. Specification for test methods. Part 3-2: Mechanical test methods. Tensile strength and conductor elongation.
Communication cables. Specification for test methods. Part 3-4: Mechanical test methods. Tensile strength, elongation and contraction of insulation and covering.
Communication cables. Specification for test methods. Part 3-5: Mechanical test methods. Resistance to crushing of the cable.
Conveyor belts. Method for determining the resistance to tear propagation in textile conveyor belts.
Textiles. fibers. Determination of breaking strength and elongation at break of individual fibers. Describes the test method and conditions for determining the breaking strength and elongation at break of individual fibers in the conditioned or wet state. The test is limited to the use of constant velocity test apparatus. Applicable to all types of fibers.
TEXTILES – Determination of the thickness of textiles and textile products.
Destructive tests of welds in metallic materials – Bending / bending tests. The Standard specifies a method for carrying out transverse tests of root, face and lateral curvature on test specimens taken from butt welds, coated butt welds (subdivided into coated plate welds and coated welds) and seamless coating. butt to assess ductility and/or absence of imperfections on or near the surface of the test specimen. It also gives the dimensions of the test sample. In addition, the Standard specifies a method for performing longitudinal root and face curvature tests instead of transverse bending tests for heterogeneous assemblies when the base materials and/or filler metal have a significant difference in their physical and mechanical properties. in relation to bending. The Standard applies to metallic materials in all product forms with welded joints made by any fusion arc welding process.
PLASTICS – Determination of Tensile Properties.
PLASTICS. Determination of tensile properties. Part 2: Test conditions for plastics for molding and extrusion.
PLASTIC FILM – Determination of Tensile Properties.
COMPOSITE PLASTICS – Determination of tensile properties. Part 4: Test conditions for fiber-reinforced isotropic and orthotropic composite plastics.
UNIDIRECTIONAL COMPOUND PLASTICS – Determination of Tensile Properties.
PAPER AND BOARD – Thickness/Bulk Density Determination-Individual Sheets
Fired clay tiles. Flexural strength test.
Mountaineering and climbing equipment. Auxiliary rope. Safety requirements and test methods. Section 5.4 – Determination of Tensile Strength.
Mountaineering and climbing equipment. Headband. Safety requirements and test methods. Section 5.4 – Determination of Tensile Strength.
Aerospace equipment. Fiber reinforced plastics. Test methods. Determination of in-plane shear properties (tensile test ± 45º)
Aerospace equipment. Fiber reinforced plastics. Test methods. Determination of tensile strength with and without notch.
Aerospace equipment. Fiber reinforced plastics. Test methods. Determination of the compressive strength of notched, unnotched and filled holes.
Aerospace equipment. Fiber reinforced plastics. Test methods. Determination of rolling resistance.
Aerospace series – Fiber reinforced plastics – Test method – Determination of compressive strength after impact.
PLASTICS – Determination of Compression Properties.
Pressure sensitive adhesive tapes for electrical purposes. Part 2: Test methods.
Connectors for electronic equipment. Tests and measurements. Part 13-1: Mechanical performance tests. Test 13a: Coupling and uncoupling forces.
Connectors for electronic equipment. Tests and measurements. Part 13-2: Mechanical performance tests. Test 13b: Insertion and extraction forces.
Connectors for electronic equipment. Tests and measurements. Part 16-4: Mechanical tests on contacts and terminations. Test 16d: Tensile strength (crimped – crimped connections).
Optical fiber. Part 1-31: Measurement methods and test procedures. Tensile strength.
Specifications for woven tapes of fiberglass and fiberglass and polyester. Part 2: Test methods.
Fiber optic interconnection devices and passive components. Basic tests and measurement procedures. Part 2-4: Essays. Fiber/Cable Retention. The purpose of this part of the standard is to ensure that the retention or fixing of the fibre/cable to a fiber optic device will withstand the tensile loads likely to be applied during normal operating conditions.
Fiber optic interconnection devices and passive components. Basic tests and measurement procedures. Part 2-6: Essays. Tensile strength of the coupling mechanism.
Fiber optic interconnection devices and passive components. Basic tests and measurement procedures. Part 3-11: Inspections and measurements. Coupling and separation forces.
Fiber optic interconnection device and passive components. Basic tests and measurement procedures. Part 3-22: Inspections and measurements. Cap compression force.
Fiber optic interconnect devices and passive components – Basic test and measurement procedures – Part 3-33: Examinations and measurements – Pull-out force of a spring alignment sleeve using gauge pins.
Tube systems for cable management. Part 24: Particular requirements. Underground pipe systems.
Cable management systems. Cable ties for electrical installations. Tensile Strength Testing of Flanges, Fixings, Loops and fixing accessories.
Plastics. Determination of stress cracking in an active environment (ESC). Constant tensile stress method.
THERMOPLASTIC TUBES – Determination of tensile properties. Part 1: General test method.
THERMOPLASTIC TUBES – Determination of tensile properties. Part 3: Polyolefin tubes.
PLASTIC FILMS AND SHEETS / FILMS – Determination of Tear Resistance – Trouser Test Tube.
PLASTIC FILMS AND SHEETS / FILMS – Determination of Tear Strength – ELMENDORF Method.
METALLIC MATERIALS – Brinell hardness test. Part 1: Test method.
METALLIC MATERIALS – VICKERS Hardness Tests. Part 1 – Test Methods.
METALS – ROCKWELL Hardness Test (Scales A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H-K-N-T).
Advanced technical ceramics. Mechanical properties of composite ceramics at room temperature. Part 1: Determination of tensile properties.
Advanced technical ceramics. Mechanical properties of composite ceramics at room temperature. Part 3: Determination of flexural strength.
Advanced technical ceramics. Mechanical properties of composite ceramics at room temperature. Part 4: Determination of the resistance to interlaminar shearing by compression of a notched specimen.
Advanced technical ceramics. Mechanical properties of composite ceramics at room temperature. Part 5: Determination of the resistance to interlaminar tearing by means of the flexural test of short period (three points).
Odontology. ceramic materials. Flexural Effort Tests.
METALS: Tensile tests. Part 1: Test method at room temperature.
Metallic materials. Traction test. Part 2: Elevated temperature test method.
Paper Pastes – .Preparation of laboratory sheets for physical tests. Part 2: Rapid-Köthen method.
Paper and cardboard – Determination of water absorption. Cobb method.
Paper pulp – Laboratory refining. Part 2: PFI mill method.
Paper Pulp – Wet disintegration in the laboratory. Part 1: Disintegration of chemical pastes.
Paper pastes. Determination of dewatering (degree of refining). Part 1: Schopper-Riegler method.
Paper pastes. Preparation of laboratory sheets for physical tests. Part 1: Conventional sheet former method.
Paper and paperboard. Determination of the grammage.
Paper pastes. Wet disintegration in the laboratory. Part 3: Disintegration of mechanical pastes at a temperature greater than or equal to 85 ºC.
Reinforcing steel – Lattice beams.
Cellular plastics. Polyethylene. Test methods. The standard specifies methods for testing flexible and semi-rigid cellular plastics made of polyethylene. Foam plastics containing ethylene copolymers or polymer blends with polyethylene may also be tested by the procedures of this International Standard, provided these materials have characteristics similar to polyethylene as described in ISO 1872-1, or ethylene copolymers as described in ISO 1872-1. described in the ISO 4613-1 standard. Mandatory tests suitable for the characterization of cellular polyethylene, regardless of end use, and optional tests for the determination of properties that are relevant to certain uses are described.
PAPER TO DULL – Determination of Flat Crush Resistance -CMT.
Canalization and conduction systems in plastic materials. Thermoplastic tubes and accessories. Determination of vicat softening temperature (VST).
METALLIC MATERIALS. Bending test (simple folding).
Thermoplastic tubes. Test method for resistance to external shocks by the clock face method.
PLASTICS – Determination of Flexural Temperature under Load – HDT
PLASTICS – Determination of the Flexural Temperature under Load “HDT”. Part 2: Plastics and ebonite
METALLIC MATERIALS – Calibration and verification of static uniaxial testing machines – Part 1: Tension / compression testing machines – Calibration and verification of the force measurement system.
Conveyor belts with a steel cable core. Longitudinal tensile test. Part 1: Measurement of elongation.
Conveyor belts with a steel cable core. Longitudinal tensile test. Part 2: Measurement of tensile strength.
FILMS / FILM AND PLASTIC SHEETS – Determination of impact resistance by the dart drop method. Part 1: Ladder method.
Single use sterile hypodermic needles. Requirements and test methods.
Single use sterile hypodermic syringes. Part 1: Syringes for manual use. This document specifies the requirements and test methods to verify the design of sterile single-use hypodermic syringes, with or without a needle, made of plastic or other materials and intended for aspiration and injection of fluids after filling by end users. . This document does not provide requirements for the release of batches. The syringes are primarily for human use. The sterile syringes specified in this document are intended to be used immediately after filling and are not intended to contain medication for extended periods of time. Syringes for use with insulin (see ISO 8537), glass single-use syringes, syringes for use with powered syringe pumps, syringes pre-filled by the manufacturer and syringes intended to be stored after filling are excluded. A kit for the filled out by a pharmacist). The needleless hypodermic syringes specified in this document are intended for use with hypodermic needles specified in ISO 7864.
CHIPBOARD AND PLYWOOD BOARD. Mechanical properties (Traction – Flexion – Compression – Shear)
Plastics piping systems. Injected thermoplastic accessories for pressure conduction. Test of maximum deformation by crushing.
Rubber and plastic hoses. Determination of adhesion between components.
Small diameter connectors for liquids and gases for sanitary applications. Part 20: Common test methods. Point F – Method of resistance to separation by applying an axial tension.
Small diameter connectors for liquids and gases for sanitary applications. Part 7: Connectors for intravascular or hypodermic applications. This Standard specifies the dimensions and requirements for the design and functional performance of small gauge connectors intended to be used for connections in intravascular applications or hypodermic connections in hypodermic applications of medical devices and accessories. EXAMPLES Syringes and hypodermic needles or intravascular (IV) cannulas with male and female luer slip connectors and luer lock connectors.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of Tear Strength.
Glass containers – Resistance to vertical load.
POWDER COATING RESINS – Determination of the gel time of thermosetting coating powders at a given temperature.
Thermal insulating products for building applications. Determination of the behavior to compression.
Testing of plastic films and sheets – Determination of friction coefficients.
Edification. Sealants. Determination of tensile properties. (Extension at break).
Edification. Sealants. Determination of deformation properties under sustained tension.
Advanced technical ceramics. monolithic ceramics. Mechanical properties at room temperature. Part 1: Determination of flexural strength.
Advanced technical ceramic. Monolithic ceramic. Mechanical properties at room temperature. Part 2. Determination of Young’s modulus, shear modulus and Poisson’s ratio.
RIGID CELLULAR PLASTIC MATERIALS – Compression Testing of Rigid Materials.
Metallic materials. Tubes (full section). Curving test.
Metallic materials. tubes. Crush test. This International Standard describes a test method to determine the aptitude to plastic deformation due to crushing effect of circular section metal tubes. It can also be used to reveal tube defects. This International Standard is applicable to metal tubes with an external diameter not exceeding 600 mm and a wall thickness not exceeding 15% of the external diameter. The range of outside diameters or thicknesses covered by this standard may be more explicitly defined in the corresponding product standard.
Metallic materials. tubes. Flaring test.
Metallic materials. tubes. Ring tensile test. This International Standard describes a tensile test method for a ring cut from a tube with the aim of revealing, depending on the deformation to which the sample is subjected before breaking, possible surface or internal defects, as well as How to evaluate the ductility of pipes. The ring tensile test is applicable to metal tubes with an external diameter greater than 150 mm and a wall thickness not greater than 40 mm. The inner diameter must be greater than 100 mm.
Adhesives. Peel test for a flexible on rigid adherent glue joint. Part 2: peeled at 180º.
Collection bags for ostomy. Part 2: Specifications and test methods.
PLASTICS AND EBONITE – Determination of Penetration Hardness (Shore)
Mechanical characteristics of carbon steel and alloy steel fasteners. Part 1: Bolts, screws and studs with specified quality classes. Coarse pitch thread and fine pitch thread.
PLASTICS – Determination of flow behaviour. Part 1: Yield in tension
PLASTICS – Determination of flow behaviour. Part 2: Yield in flexure by the three-point loading method.
Edification. Joint products. Determination of adhesion/cohesion properties of sealants at variable temperatures.
Rigid cellular plastics. Test methods for materials with integrated skin and high density. It contains the basic test procedures for the determination of the physical properties of these plastics. It also specifies the primary methods to be used for the comparison of similar materials to the materials defined in clause 3. It also allows the use of the same test methods, when they are appropriate for the evaluation of the properties of products of different thicknesses. , when agreed between the supplier and the buyer.
Textiles. Test methods for nonwovens. Part 18: Determination of the resistance and elongation at break of non-woven materials by means of the tensile grip test.
NON-WOVEN FABRICS / NON WOVENS – Determination of the thickness of nonwovens
Textiles. Test methods for nonwovens. Part 4: Determination of tear resistance.
Textiles. Test methods for nonwovens. Part 5: Determination of resistance to mechanical penetration (ball burst procedure).
Textile glass. Windings. Manufacture of test pieces and determination of tensile strength of impregnated windings.
PAINTS, VARNISHES AND SIMILAR COATINGS – Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres. Salt spray tests.
TEXTILES – Determination of the air permeability of fabrics.
Adhesives for channeling systems in thermoplastic materials. Part 2: Determination of shear strength.
PLASTICS. PHENOLIC RESINS- Determination of the Gelation Time at a given temperature.
Adhesives. Test methods for shear fatigue resistance of structural adhesives.
Buried tanks made of plastic reinforced with fiberglass (PRFV). Horizontal cylindrical tanks for the non-pressure storage of liquid petroleum fuels. Part 1: Requirements and test methods for single-walled tanks. – Section 6.9.2 Properties in Tension – Section 6.9.5 Flexural Properties.
Conveyor belts. Determination of elastic and permanent elongation and calculation of the modulus of elasticity.
PIPES OF THERMOPLASTIC MATERIALS – Determination of annular rigidity.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of creep in compression.
Metallic materials. Sheets and bands. Determination of the coefficient of plastic anisotropy.
Adhesives – Determination of shear strength of anaerobic adhesives using pin and collar samples Applies to anaerobic curing liquid adhesives used to lock and seal threaded fasteners and other adhesives. These adhesives cure without relying on exposed air. ISO 10123 defines a test method to evaluate this material in a manner similar to the shear stresses that threads are exposed to in their normal environment, but with defined surface areas to make direct shear strength calculations. The common name for this technique is the pin-and-collar method.
METALS/Sheets and Strips -Determination of the Hardening Exponent in Tensile (value “n”).
Geosynthetics – Wide-width tensile test The standard describes a test method for the determination of the tensile properties of geosynthetics (polymer, glass and metal), using a wide width strip. It is applicable to most geosynthetics, including woven geotextiles, nonwoven geotextiles, geocomposites, knitted geotextiles, geonets, geomaterials, and metal products. It is also applicable to open structure geogrids and similar geotextiles, but the sample dimensions may need to be modified. It is not applicable to polymeric or bituminous geosynthetic barriers, while it is applicable to clay geosynthetic barriers. ISO 10319:2015 specifies a tensile test method that covers the measurement of load elongation characteristics and includes procedures for calculation of secant stiffness, maximum load per unit width and stress at maximum load. Singular points on the load-extension curve are also indicated.
Geosynthetics. Joint/seam tensile test by the broad band method The standard specifies an index test method for the determination of tensile properties of joints and seams in geosynthetics, using a broad band strip. The method is applicable to most geosynthetics. It is also applicable to geogrids, but the sample dimensions may need to be altered. This test is not applicable to polymeric or bituminous geosynthetic barriers. The method specified in the standard quantifies the tensile strength of a joint or seam between geosynthetics. You can provide data to indicate the joint or seam tensile strength that can be achieved.
Surgical Implants – Malleable wires for use as sutures and other surgical applications. This International Standard specifies the dimensions and mechanical properties of malleable wires for use as sutures and other forms of fixation of tissue and implants in surgery and provides test methods. The specified mechanical properties are tensile strength, elongation, and resistance to damage in bending and torsion. GRADES For such surgical applications, it is essential that the wire can be twisted or knotted without fracturing or developing cracks or cracks on its surface. 2 Malleable wires can be used in close conjunction with other implants. In these circumstances, it is important that stainless steel wire of compositions D and Ε (see ISO 5832-1) is only used in connection with implants made of corresponding stainless steel, and wires made of high-carbon stainless steel. Nitrogen should only be used in connection with stainless steel implants with high nitrogen content. This will reduce the possibility of galvanic corrosion occurring between the leads and the implant.
Peel delamination test method for identification cards, credit cards, and other cards. The test measures the force required to separate the adhesives used to bond the laminate and card together.
Resistance welding. Test of welded joints. Peel and gouge test on spot and bump resistance welds.
Plastic Piping Systems – Glass Reinforced Thermosetting Plastic (GRP) Pipe – Test Method for Testing Resistance to Initial Ring Deflection.
Ceramic tiles. Part 4: Determination of flexural strength and breaking strength.
Intravascular catheters. Sterile, single-use catheters. Part 1: General requirements. Point 4.6 Breaking force.
Edification. Sealants. Determination of adhesion/cohesion properties of sealants after immersion in water. The standard specifies a method for determining the influence of water on the adhesion cohesion properties of sealants with predominantly plastic behavior used in joints in building construction.
Steel for concrete reinforcement – ​​Determination of the percentage of total elongation at maximum force. Specifies two methods for determining percent total elongation at maximum force by tensile testing of ordinary reinforcing steel. One method is based on measurement by means of an extensometer during the tensile test. The other method is based on measurement after fracture.
Carbon fibers. Determination of tensile properties of resin-impregnated yarns. The Standard specifies a test method for the determination of tensile strength, tensile modulus of elasticity, and deformation at maximum load of a resin-impregnated yarn test piece. The method is applicable to yarns (continuous fiber yarns and discontinuous fibers) of carbon fiber for use as reinforcements in composite materials.
Elastomer and plastic hoses and pipes. Measurement of flexibility and stiffness. Part 1: Curvature tests at room temperature.
Adhesives – Determination of the cutting behavior of structural adhesives – Part 2: Tensile test method with thick adherents.
ntroducers, dilators and sterile intravascular guides for single use. 6.3 – Traction force at the breaking point of the introducer catheters 7.6 – Traction force at the breaking point of the introducer sheaths 8.4 – Guide fracture test 8.5 – Bending test of the guides 8.6 – Traction force at the breaking point of the guide.
Paper and cardboard – Tube Test (mandrels) – Part 6: Determination of flexural strength by the three-point method.
Paper and cardboard – Test tubes (mandrels) – Part 7: Determination of the flexural modulus by the three-point method.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD TUBES (mandrels) – Determination of resistance to flat crushing.
PLASTIC PIPES AND CONDUIT SYSTEMS – Thermoplastic pipes – Determination of resistance to external shocks by the ladder method.
Single-use medical examination gloves – Traction tests.
PLASTIC – Determination of the fluidity index of thermoplastic materials, by mass (MFR) and by volume (MVR).
Adhesives. T-peel test for flexible-on-flexible glued joints.
Adhesives. T-peel test for flexible-on-flexible glued joints.
Plastics. Films and sheets. Determination of blocking resistance. Describes a qualitative and quantitative method for evaluating the tendency of flexible plastic films and sheets to adhere to each other when left in contact for some time, at a specified temperature, and under slight pressure.
Carbon fiber – Determination of the tensile properties of the test tubes (samples) of a single filament. Describes a test method for determining the tensile properties of a single filament test piece. Applicable to single filaments of carbon fibers, from multifilament yarns, woven fabrics, braids and related products.
Packaging for sterilized sanitary finished products – Requirements for materials, sterile barrier systems and packaging systems.
Leather. Finish adhesion test.
Rice – Determination of the resistance of the rice grain to extrusion after cooking This standard specifies a method for the determination of the resistance to extrusion of milled rice grains, precooked or not parboiled, after cooking under specified conditions.
Flexible Cellular Polymeric Materials – Molded and extruded sponge or expanded cellular rubber products – Compressibility test on finished parts.
PLASTICS. Methods to determine the density of non-cellular plastics. Part 1: Immersion method, liquid pycnometer method and titration method.
Containers and packaging. Bags made from flexible films of thermoplastic material. Tear propagation in edge folds.
CONTAINERS AND PACKAGING. COMPLETE AND PACKED SHIPPING PACKAGING – Compression and stacking tests using a compression testing machine.
Plastics. Fluorinated polymer dispersions and materials for molding and extrusion. Part 2: Preparation of test pieces and determination of properties.
RIGID CELLULAR POLYMERS – Determination of flexural properties. Part 1: Simple bending test Part 2: Determination of the bending resistance and the apparent modulus of elasticity in bending.
Metallic materials – Unified test method for the determination of resistance to quasistatic fracture The Standard specifies methods for determining fracture toughness in terms of K, δ, J and R-curves for homogeneous metallic materials subjected to quasistatic loading. The samples are notched, precracked for fatigue and tested under slowly increasing displacement. Fracture toughness is determined for individual specimens at or after the onset of ductile crack extension or at the onset of ductile crack instability or unstable crack extension. In some cases in the testing of ferritic materials, unstable crack extension may occur by splitting or ductile crack initiation and growth, interrupted by splitting extension. Fracture resistance in crack arrest is not covered by this document. In cases where cracks grow stably under ductile tearing conditions, a strength curve describing fracture toughness as a function of crack extent is measured. In most cases, the statistical variability of the results is moderate and reporting the average of three or more test results is acceptable. In cases of cleavage fracture of ferritic materials in the ductile to brittle transition region, the variability can be large and additional tests may be necessary to quantify the statistical variability. Special analysis requirements and analysis procedures are necessary when testing welds and these are described in ISO 15653 which is complementary to this document. When fracture occurs by cleavage or when cleavage is preceded by limited ductile crack extension, it may be useful to establish the reference temperature for the material by performing tests and analysis in accordance with ASTM E1921.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – Compression Force – Ring Crush Method -RCT.
Geosynthetics. Static punching test (CBR test).
TISSUE PAPER – Weight Determination.
TISSUE PAPER – Resistance to breakage and Elongation by Traction and TEA.
TISSUE PAPER – Determination of Moist Tensile Strength.
Fiber-reinforced composite plastics – Determination of compressive strength of open holes. This International Standard specifies the test method for determining the compressive strength in open holes of fiber-reinforced laminated plastic composite materials. The laminate is intended to be balanced and symmetrical or to be homogeneous through the thickness. This International Standard applies to all types of textile diameter fiber (carbon, glass, aramid, etc.) and matrices (eg thermosetting, thermoplastic) that meet the requirements of this International Standard. This International Standard includes three methods: – method 1 (short test piece with support); – method 2 (short unsupported test piece); – method 3 (long specimen with support as in ASTM D6484 / D6484M-09, methods A and B).
Glass in buildings – Determination of the flexural strength of glass.
Geosynthetics. Determination of friction characteristics. Part 1: Direct shear test. The Standard describes a method for determining the frictional characteristics of geotextiles and geotextile-related products in contact with standard sand, i.e. sand of specified density and moisture content, under normal stress and constant velocity of travel. , using a direct cutting apparatus. The procedure can also be used to test geosynthetic barriers.
Geosynthetics. Determination of friction characteristics. Part 2: Test of the inclined plane. The standard describes a method for determining the friction characteristics of geosynthetics (geotextiles and geotextile-related products, geosynthetic barriers), in contact with soils, with low normal stress, using an inclined plane apparatus. This method is primarily intended for a yield test to be used with site-specific soils, but can also be used as an index test with standard sand. Test data obtained for geogrids tested with rigid support are not necessarily realistic as results are dependent on frictional support.
Carbon fiber. Designation system for continuous threads. – Tensile Strength Tests – Tensile Modulus of Elasticity
Ceramic tiles – Grids and adhesives – Part 2: Test methods for adhesives. ISO 13007 describes methods for determining the characteristics of adhesives used in ceramic tile installation. The following test methods are described: determination of open time; Determination of slip; Determination of shear bond strength; Determination of tensile adhesion strength; Determination of transverse deformation.
Physical and mechanical properties of wood – Test methods for small specimens of light wood – Part 12: Determination of static hardness.
Physical and mechanical properties of wood – Test methods for small specimens of light wood – Part 17: Determination of ultimate compressive stress parallel to the grain.
Physical and mechanical properties of wood – Test methods for small light-coloured wood samples – Part 3: Determination of breaking strength in static bending.
Physical and mechanical properties of wood – Test methods for small light-colored wood samples – Part 4: Determination of the modulus of elasticity in static bending.
Physical and mechanical properties of wood – Test methods for small light wood samples – Part 5: Determination of compressive strength perpendicular to the grain.
Physical and mechanical properties of wood – Test methods for small light-colored wood samples – Part 6: Determination of maximum tensile stress parallel to the grain. Specified method for determining the maximum tensile stress parallel to the grain of wood in small clear specimens by measuring the statically applied breaking load along the longitudinal axis of a test piece.
Physical and mechanical properties of wood – Test methods for small light wood samples – Part 7: Determination of tensile strength perpendicular to the grain. Specified test method for the determination of tensile strength perpendicular to the wood grain of small clear specimens in the radial and tangential directions by measuring the applied static breaking load perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the test piece.
Mechanical tests of metals – Ductility tests – Compression test of porous and cellular metals.
Geotextiles and Geotextile Related Products – Determination of tensile creep and creep rupture behavior.
Adhesives. Determination of shear strength of adhesive bonds between rigid substrates using the block shear method.
Plastics – Determination of fracture toughness (GIC and KIC) – Linear elastic fracture mechanics (LEFM) This International Standard specifies the principles for determining the fracture toughness of plastics in the crack-opening mode (Mode I) under defined conditions. Two test methods with cracked specimens, namely three-point bending tests and compact specimen tensile tests, are defined to accommodate different types of available equipment or different types of material. The methods are suitable for use with the following range of materials: – rigid and semi-rigid thermoplastic molding materials, extrusion and casting materials; – rigid and semi-rigid thermosetting molding and casting materials. Certain restrictions are imposed on the linearity of the load-displacement diagram, on the width of the sample and on the thickness to ensure validity (see 6.4) since the scheme used assumes a linear elastic behavior of the cracked material and a state of deformation flat in the tip crack. Finally, the crack must be sharp enough so that an even sharper crack does not result in significantly lower values ​​of the measured properties.
Refractory mortars – Part 4: Determination of the flexural bond strength. The Standard describes a method for determining the flexural bond strength of the bonded face between refractory bricks laid with refractory mortars (after drying and firing).
CORRUGATED CARDBOARD – Determination of edge crushing resistance – Waxed edge method.
TEXTILES – Tensile properties of fabrics. Part 1: Determination of maximum force and elongation at maximum force by the strip method.
TEXTILES – Tensile properties of fabrics. Part 2: Determination of the maximum force by the method of the grip (Grab Test).
Textiles – Sewing seams of fabrics and made-up textile articles – Part 1: Determination of the maximum seam breaking force using the band method The Standard specifies a procedure for determining the maximum seam force of sewn seams when the force is applied perpendicular to the seam. ISO 13935-1:2014 specifies the method known as the strip test. The method is primarily applicable to textile fabrics, including fabrics that exhibit stretch characteristics imparted by the presence of an elastomeric fiber, mechanical or chemical treatment. It may be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile glass fabrics, and fabrics made from carbon fibers or polyolefin tape yarns (see Bibliography). Sewn fabrics can be obtained from previously sewn items or can be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results. This method is applicable only to straight seams and not to curved seams. The method is restricted to the use of constant rate of extension (CRE) testing machines.
Textiles – Seam tensile properties of fabrics and made-up textile articles – Part 2: Determination of the maximum seam breaking force using the grab method ISO 13935-2:2014 specifies methods for the determination of the maximum seam force of sewn seams when the force is applied perpendicular to the seam. ISO 13935-2:2014 describes the method known as the grip test. The method is primarily applicable to woven textile fabrics, including fabrics that exhibit stretch characteristics imparted by the presence of an elastomeric fiber, mechanical or chemical treatment. It may be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, non-woven fabrics, coated fabrics, glass-woven fabrics, and fabrics made of carbon fibers or polyolefin tape yarns. Sewn fabrics can be obtained from previously sewn items or can be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results. This method is applicable only to straight seams and not to curved seams. The method is restricted to the use of constant extension velocity (CRE) testing machines.
Textiles – Determination of the slip resistance of yarns in a seam on fabrics – Part 1: Fixed seam opening method The Standard is intended for the determination of the resistance offered by the weaving thread systems, to slip on a sewn seam. A raw and sewn piece of a specimen is separately extended using a tensile testing machine, equipped with grip testing jaws, to produce, in the case of the use of a chart recorder, two force/extension curves originating from the same abscissa. The force required to produce a specified distance between the curves, equivalent to a specified seam opening, is determined.
Textiles. Determination of the slip resistance of the seam threads in woven fabrics. Part 2: Fixed charge method.
Textiles. Determination of the slip resistance of the seam threads in woven fabrics. Part 3: Needle clamp method.
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 1: Determination of tear strength. Elmendorf pendulum method.
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 2: Determination of the tear strength of trouser-shaped specimens (Single Tear Method).
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 3: Determination of the tear strength of wing-shaped specimens (Single Tear Method).
TEXTILES – Tear properties of fabrics. Part 4: Determination of the tear strength of tongue-shaped specimens (Double tear method).
Polyethylene (PE) pipes and accessories. Determination of tensile strength and type of failure in butt-welded specimens.
Thermoplastic fittings – Determination of ring stiffness The Standard specifies a method for determining the ring stiffness of bends and branches made of thermoplastic material and for use with plastic pipe having a circular cross section. The method can be used to determine the stiffness of curves, equal branches and unequal branches, provided that the accessory allows a diametrical deflection of at least 4%.
THERMOPLASTIC TUBES – Determination of annular flexibility.
RUBBER – Determination of Carbon Black Content.
PLASTIC COMPOUNDS. Reinforced with Fibers – Determination of Flexural Resistance.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of compression properties in a direction parallel to the rolling plane.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of the shear stress/flat shear strain response, including the modulus and flat shear strength, by the +-45° tensile test method.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of the apparent interlaminar shear strength by the bending test method with little spacing between supports (short bar).
FABRICS COVERED WITH PLASTIC OR RUBBER. Determination of tensile strength and elongation at break.
Resistance welding. Destructive tests of welds. Dimensions of the specimens and tensile test procedure on cross specimens for spot and protuberance resistance welding.
VULCANIZED OR THERMOPLASTIC RUBBER – Resistance to ozone cracking. Part 1: Deformation test under static and dynamic conditions.
Pipeline systems in plastic materials for conducting water and for buried or aerial sanitation with pressure. Unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U). Part 2: Tubes.
Fine ceramics (advanced ceramics, advanced technical ceramics) – Test method for flexural strength of monolithic ceramics at room temperature.
METALS – Shock Bending Test with CHARPY Impact Pendulum
Thermal spray; Determination of tensile adhesion strength
Fiber-reinforced plastic composites – Determination of the resistance to interlaminar rupture of mode I, GIC, for unidirectionally reinforced materials.
PLASTICS – Films and sheets – Determination of gas transmission rate – Part 1: Differential pressure method.
PLASTICS – Films and sheets – Determination of gas transmission rate – Part 2: Equal pressure method.
PLASTICS – Films and sheets – Determination of the water vapor transmission rate – Part 1: Moisture sensor detection method.
PLASTICS – Films and Sheets – Determination of the water vapor transmission rate – Part 2: Infrared detection sensor method.
PLASTICS, Films and Plastic Sheets. Determination of the water vapor transmission rate. Part 3: Electrolytic sensor detection method.
Adhesives – Determination of the strength of joints joined by a bending-shear method.
Fiber reinforced plastic composite materials. Determination of the in-plane shear modulus by the plate torsion method. The Standard specifies a method for determining the in-plane shear modulus (G12) of fiber-reinforced plastic composite materials using a standard plate sample. When applied to isotropic materials, the measured shear modulus is independent of direction. The method is used to determine the shear modulus of test specimens, but not to determine shear strength. It applies to a plate supported at two points on one diagonal and loaded on the other diagonal by the simultaneous movement of two point loads attached to a cross beam. The method is suitable for use with fiber-reinforced plastic composites with thermoplastic and thermoplastic matrices. Because shear strain is applied under bending conditions, for laminated materials with different fiber formats and/or different orientations, the layers of material must be well distributed across the section so that they are approximately «homogeneous» in length. the thickness direction. The principal axes of the material, if any, should be oriented perpendicular to the edges of the plate. NOTE This method can be applied to unreinforced polymers and other materials (for example, metals, ceramics, and metal- or ceramic-matrix composites). For material made using unidirectional layers, the shear modulus obtained using a multidirectional specimen (i.e., 0º/90º/±45º) is not the same as that obtained for unidirectional or crossover (0º/90º) material.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – Determination of Static and Dynamic Coefficients of Friction.
Fine ceramics (advanced ceramics, advanced technical ceramics) – Test method for tensile strength of monolithic ceramics at room temperature. The Standard specifies the test method to determine the tensile strength under uniaxial load of fine monolithic ceramic materials and particle-reinforced ceramic composites at room temperature. This test method, in which parasitic bending is minimized, can be used for material development, material comparison, quality assurance, characterization, and design data generation.
Adhesives – Determination of the bond strength of engineering plastic joints.
Steel for the reinforcement and prestressing of concrete. Test methods. Part 1: Bars, wires and wire rods for reinforced concrete.
Steel for the reinforcement and prestressing of concrete. Test methods. Part 2: Electro-welded mesh.
Steel for the reinforcement and prestressing of concrete. Test methods. Part 3: Steels for prestressing.
Metallic materials – Test method for the determination of the resistance to quasistatic fracture of welds ISO 15653:2010 specifies methods for determining fracture toughness in terms of K (stress intensity factor), δ (crack tip opening displacement, CTOD) and J (experimental equivalent of J integral) for welds in metallic materials. ISO 15653 is complementary to ISO 12135, which covers all aspects of parent metal fracture toughness testing and should be used in conjunction with this document. Describes methods for determining point values ​​of fracture toughness. It should not be considered a way to obtain a valid R-curve (crack resistance-extension curve). However, the sample preparation methods described in ISO 15653 could usefully be used when determining R-curves for welds. The methods use precracked fatigue samples that have been notched, after welding, in a specific target area in the weld. Methods are described for evaluating the suitability of a weld for placement of notches within the target area, which is either within the weld metal or within the weld heat affected zone (HAZ), and then, where appropriate, for to assess the effectiveness of Crack fatigue in sampling these areas.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – Determination of tensile strength in Z direction.
Dentistry – Wires for use in Orthodontics.
Flexural Tests of Acrylic Resin Cements Used in Orthopedics.
Containers and packaging. Containers and packaging for the transport of dangerous goods. Test methods.
PAPER TO ENDULATE – Determination of the resistance to crushing on the edge after corrugation in the laboratory.
Plastics piping systems. Multilayer tubes. Test method to determine the adhesion of the different layers using traction equipment.
Fine ceramic (advanced ceramic, advanced technical ceramic) – Test method for flexural strength of monolithic ceramic at elevated temperature.
Welding. Welding of steel reinforcements. Part 2: Non-load bearing welded joints
Welding. Welding of steel reinforcements. Part 1: Load-bearing welded joints.
Footwear. Test methods for uppers, lining and insoles. Seam strength.
Footwear. Complete shoe test methods. Resistance of the shear-story joint.
PLASTICS – Determination of Flexural Properties.
PLASTICS – Determination of Flexural Properties.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of Tensile Strength and Elongation at break.
PLASTICS – Impact Resistance Determination – IZOD Method.
Fishing nets. Determination of the breaking force of the mesh of the fishing net.
VULCANIZED AND THERMOPLASTIC RUBBER – Shear Modulus – Quadruple Shear.
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics – Determination of compression properties after impact at a specified level of impact energy.
Method for the evaluation of the degree of pigment or dispersion of carbon black in tubes, fittings and polyolefin compounds.
FLEXIBLE CELLULAR POLYMERIC MATERIALS – Determination of the remaining compression set.
Plastics – Determination of tensile properties at high strain rates This Standard specifies procedures for determining the tensile properties of molding and extrusion plastics over a wide range of strain rates, including high strain rates appropriate for impact loading situations. Properties are determined by a combination of measurement at low and moderate strain rates, use of mathematical functions to model these results, rate dependence of parameters, and parameter determination at high strain rates by extrapolation. Tensile properties at high strain rates are then derived by calculation. In this way, the experimental problems and errors associated with the measurement of properties at high speeds are avoided.
Adhesives – Determination of the temperature dependence of the cutting resistance. This standard specifies the methods for determining the temperature dependence of the shear strength of the adhesive or adhesive bond in glued products.
RIGID CELLULAR POLYMERS – Determination of Shear Strength.
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – Tensile Properties – Part 2 – Method with constant elongation gradient (20 mm/min).
PAPER AND CARDBOARD – method for measuring tensile strength, elongation at break, tensile energy absorption and tensile stiffness, using a performance testing machine with a constant elongation speed (100 mm/min)
RIGID CELLULAR POLYMERS – Determination of Tensile Properties.
PAPER – Determination of Tear Strength – Elmendorf Method.
PLASTICS – Hardness Determination – Part 2: Rockwell Hardness.