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ASTM

A non-profit technical society (formerly known as the American Society for Testing and Materials) that develops and publishes standards, definitions of materials, methods for testing materials, recommended installation practices, and specifications for materials.
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ASTM D 5791, Standard Practice for Sampling Freshly Mixed Controlled Low Strength Material (CLSM)
Furthermore, its objective is to provide online access to all ASTM standards, journals, e-Books, proceedings, bulletins, materials, research, standards, and e-Learning courses.
SEI employees will come under the ASTM International umbrella on July 1.
Fluidshield ASTM-rated specialty masks represent an innovation born out of customer need for a surgical mask that combines specific performance and comfort features together with the ASTM rating for fluid protection for the operating room," says Lon Taylor, director of marketing, surgical & infection prevention, Halyard Health.
ASTM D5034, Test Method for Breaking Strength and Elongation of Textile Fabrics;
94 on Statistical Procedures and Evaluation of Data, part of ASTM International Committee D04 on Road and Paving Materials.
ASTM WK35985 Practice for Sustainable Laundry Best Management Practices is being developed by Subcommittee D13.
In mid-October, ASTM International published four standards that provide the assurance for biodiesel the manufacturers and users have long sought.
Pellet moisture analyzers that employ relative-humidity sensing technology are now approved under a new standard adopted by Philadelphia-based ASTM in late 2005.
ASTM Standards and Other Documents Related to Performance Testing of Shipping Containers, Fourth Edition
Twenty-two top executives representing the national standards bodies of the Asia/Pacific region convened at ASTM International for a two-day Open House.