ASTM standards, developed by the American Society for Testing and Materials International, are documents developed through a structured consensus process that establish criteria for products, services, materials and syst... More »

ASTM International develops and propagates voluntary consensus standards. Guided by over 30,000 of the top technical experts and business professionals from 140 countries, ASTM has developed over 12,000 ASTM standards th... More »

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The standards of ASTM publications are collections of the standards developed by the ASTM relating to nearly every sector of the economy. The standards are protocols, testing methods, specifications, classifications, gui... More »

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ASTM standards apply to the aviation, chemical, construction, automotive and petroleum industries. They also apply to industries such as health care, consumer products, energy, highway infrastructure and metals productio... More »

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ASTM steel specifications are industrial standards that ASTM International develops to classify, specify and evaluate chemical, mechanical and other properties of different types of steel. Product manufacturers, laborato... More »

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The Canadian Standards Association is an organization that provides testing and certification services for a variety of industries, ensuring that products meet certain standards for safety, as noted by CSA Group. The CSA... More »

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