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ASTM International

A nonprofit organization originally established in 1898 that sets standard tests and specifications for various con-struction materials and methods; formerly known as the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM).
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Oman has recently published measures to regulate adult and childrens jewelry to ASTM standards.
Some of the more common outdated references to ASTM standards involve soil classification, soil plasticity, Proctor compaction tests and the nuclear density gauge.
Today, over 13,000 ASTM standards are used in almost every country around the world to improve product quality, enhance safety, facilitate market access and trade and build consumer confidence.
Furthermore, its objective is to provide online access to all ASTM standards, journals, e-Books, proceedings, bulletins, materials, research, standards, and e-Learning courses.
The comprehensive branding effort also involved the development of a new corporate video that shows ASTM standards improving lives around the world.
The fifth edition of ASTM Standards for Ready Mixed Concrete contains ASTM C94, Specification for Ready Mixed Concrete, plus 37 other documents used for quality control testing of aggregates and concrete.
With 1,400 members in Canada and 180 ASTM standards referenced in Canadian federal legislation, SCC accreditation further strengthens ASTM's presence in Canada.
Quality control of soil compaction using ASTM standards.
Committee D01 includes more than 600 members who oversee 630 ASTM standards that cover components of paint and related coating materials, on-site applied paint and coatings, factory-applied paint and coatings, and paint application.
ASTM standards help to identify emissions from hazardous air pollutants and to quantify VOC (volatile organic compound) emissions resulting from the use of paint and coatings products.
Candidates for the award will include professors and instructors at accredited universities worldwide who have demonstrated outstanding use of ASTM standards in their teaching.