ASTM International

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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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Organizations such as the American Concrete Institute and the American Society of Testing Materials have developed design and construction criteria, as well as materials specifications for the manufacturing of FRP rebar.
The quenching and tempering methodology indicated in the PNS likewise adheres to the principles of the American Society of Testing Materials that is accepted worldwide.
Cerritos, CA, September 24, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Sports Venue Padding's CEO Troy Robinson has been selected as the committee technical expert for the setting of standard specifications for Outdoor Wall Padding needed for qualifications of construction designs for the American Society of Testing Materials. The users of this Standard will be architect and engineering firms, facility owners and operators.
Triarco continues every effort to ensure all products are safe, properly labeled, and approved by the Art and Craft Materials Institute, Inc., and American Society of Testing Materials. Triarco's increased services make shopping convenient through its new eCatalog ordering Web site, tollfree telephone order service or with an easy-to-use order form by mail, fax or e-mail.
Furthermore, a helmet standard is trying to be passed through ASTM (American Society of Testing Materials).
Beasley, a nursing instructor, department chair of Allied Health and program director for emergency medical services at Calhoun Community College in Decatur, Ala., has been named national chair for the American Society of Testing Materials Committee on Emergency Medical Service.
1, junior riders (those under 18) showing in hunter and jumper classes sanctioned by the American Horse Shows Association, must wear riding caps certified by the ASTM (American Society of Testing Materials) and SEI (Safety Equipment Institute.) But some disagree with the rule.
He is known for his knowledge of brass and bronze foundry practices and his work with the American Society of Testing Materials in standardizing workable specifications for copper-base casting alloys.

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