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ASTM - ASTM D2563 ADJUNCT - PRACTICE FOR CLASSIFYING VISUAL DEFECTS IN GLASS-REINFORCED PLASTIC LAMINATE PARTS - ADJUNCT TO ASTM D 2563 Organization: ASTM
ASTM - ASTM D4800 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR CLASSIFYING AND SPECIFYING ADHESIVES Organization: ASTM
Date: 1994-02-15
Description:   In all cases where the provisions of this classification system would conflict with the referenced ASTM specification for a particular material, the latter shall take precedence.
ASTM - ASTM F1157 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR CLASSIFYING THE RELATIVE PERFORMANCE OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SECURITY SEALS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2004-09-01
Description:   It is the responsibility of users of this practice to interpret their specific security needs concerning the application of seals, and to determine the grade of seal appropriate for their particular application. ASTM assumes no responsibility for losses occurring as a result of a defeated seal, whether the defeat is apparent, or the seal is not suited for its application.
ASTM - ASTM STP575 - BEARING STEELS: THE RATING OF NONMETALLIC INCLUSION Organization: ASTM
Date: 1975-06-01
Description: Since nonmetallic inclusions are always present in steel, it is important to identify and classify the size and type of inclusion. ASTM has set up basic guidelines obtaining samples and rating the inclusion.
ASTM - ASTM C390 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR SAMPLING AND ACCEPTANCE OF THERMAL INSULATION LOTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2008-04-15
Description: This practice is intended for use in conjunction with appropriate ASTM material specifications that classify and describe the specific physical requirements for the product in terms of qualification requirements and inspection requirements.
ASTM - ASTM E2443 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR VERIFYING COMPUTER-GENERATED TEST RESULTS THROUGH THE USE OF STANDARD DATA SETS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2005-06-15
Description: Rather, such data sets would become a necessary part of the standard and would be classified as an adjunct in accord with the definition in section B29 of the "Form and Style for ASTM Standards." This classifies an adjunct as any material that is required for use of the standard but is not practicable to publish as an integral part of the standard.
ISO 27769-2 - WOOD-BASED PANELS - WET-PROCESS FIBREBOARD - PART 2: REQUIREMENTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2009-08-01
Description: NOTE The values listed in this part of ISO 27769 relate to product properties used to classify fibreboards into one of the different types. The values are not characteristic values to be used for design purposes.
AWWA C904 - CROSS-LINKED POLYETHYLENE (PEX) PRESSURE TUBING, ½ IN. (13 MM) THROUGH 3 IN. (76 MM), FOR WATER SERVICE Organization: AWWA
Date: 2016-01-16
Description: Included in this standard are criteria for classifying PEX plastic tubing materials, and a system of nomenclature, requirements, and test methods for materials and tubing.
ASTM - ASTM D4083 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR DESCRIPTION OF FROZEN SOILS (VISUAL-MANUAL PROCEDURE) Organization: ASTM
Date: 1989-02-24
Description: It is intended to be used in conjunction with Test Method D2487 and Practice D2488, which describe and classify soils, but do not cover their frozen state. This procedure is based on “Guide to Field Description of Permafrost for Engineering Purposes,” National Research Council of Canada, 1963, and MIL-STD-619.
ASTM - ASTM F2468 - STANDARD CLASSIFICATION FOR SPECIFYING SILICONE ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS FOR TRANSPORTATION APPLICATIONS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2005-03-01
Description: This classification is intended to be a means of classifying silicone materials. It is not intended for engineering design purposes.
ISO - 27769 - WOOD-BASED PANELS - WET-PROCESS FIBREBOARD - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-12-15
Description: NOTE 3 The values listed in this document relate to product properties used to classify fibreboards into one of the different types. The values are not characteristic values to be used for design purposes.
ISO 16894 - WOOD-BASED PANELS — ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) — DEFINITIONS, CLASSIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2009-11-15
Description: This International Standard gives definitions, classifications and specifications for the manufacturing requirements of oriented strand board (OSB). The values given are used to classify OSB into one of four types, namely OSB type GP-REG, LB-REG, LB-MR or HLB-MR.
ASTM - ASTM C1157/C1157M (S) - STANDARD PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION FOR HYDRAULIC CEMENT Organization: ASTM
Date: 2010-04-01
Description: NOTE 1—There are two related hydraulic cement standards, Specification C 150 for portland cement and Specifications C 595 for blended cements, both of which contain prescriptive and performance requirements This performance specification classifies cements based on specific requirements for general use, high early strength, resistance to attack by sulfates, and heat of hydration.
ASTM - ASTM C1157 (S) - ESPECIFICACIÓN NORMALIZADA DE DESEMPEÑO PARA CEMENTO HIDRÁULICO Organization: ASTM
Date: 2008-12-15
Description: NOTE 1—There are two related hydraulic cement standards, Specification C 150 for portland cement and Specifications C 595 for blended cements, both of which contain prescriptive and performance requirements This performance specification classifies cements based on specific requirements for general use, high early strength, resistance to attack by sulfates, and heat of hydration.
ASTM - ASTM C1157 - STANDARD PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION FOR HYDRAULIC CEMENT Organization: ASTM
Date: 2008-12-15
Description: NOTE 1—There are two related hydraulic cement standards, Specification C 150 for portland cement and Specifications C 595 for blended cements, both of which contain prescriptive and performance requirements This performance specification classifies cements based on specific requirements for general use, high early strength, resistance to attack by sulfates, and heat of hydration.
SAE J18 - SPONGE AND EXPANDED CELLULAR RUBBER PRODUCTS Organization: SAE
Date: 2006-06-01
Description: Extruded or molded shapes of sizes too small for cutting standard test specimens are difficult to classify or test by these methods and will usually require special testing procedures.
ASTM - ASTM D735 - TENTATIVE SPECIFICATIONS FOR ELASTOMER COMPOUNDS FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1961-06-01
Description: (c) Since it is recognized that basic requirements used mainly to classify compounds do not' sufficiently' describe some compositions, provision is made for added requirements which are indicated by suitable suffixes to the grade numbers.
ASTM - ASTM D2487 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR CLASSIFICATION OF SOILS FOR ENGINEERING PURPOSES (UNIFIED SOIL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM) Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-05-01
Description: This practice describes a system for classifying mineral and organo-mineral soils for engineering purposes based on laboratory determination of particle-size characteristics, liquid limit, and plasticity index and shall be used when precise classification is required.
ASTM - ASTM D3282 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR CLASSIFICATION OF SOILS AND SOIL-AGGREGATE MIXTURES FOR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-11-01
Description: This practice covers a procedure for classifying mineral and organomineral soils into seven groups based on laboratory determination of particle-size distribution, liquid limit, and plasticity index.
ASTM - ASTM E2156 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR EVALUATING ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE OF ALTERNATIVE DESIGNS, SYSTEMS, AND MATERIALS IN COMPLIANCE WITH PERFORMANCE STANDARD GUIDES FOR SINGLE-FAMILY ATTACHED AND DETACHED DWELLINGS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2004-10-01
Description: This guide (1) explains how the lack of economic information discourages the introduction of new technologies; (2) helps decision makers to identify and classify the key types of benefits and costs associated with both new technologies and traditional alternatives; (3) shows how to select alternatives that meet the performance standards, but cost less than traditional alternatives; and (4) shows how to incorporate nonfinancial information into the decision-making process, enabling performance to be defined and using costs and other criteria.

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