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ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)

ASTM – The company, ASTM International, belongs to the largest independent worldwide companies that deal with the development of standards, they are a reliable source of technical standards for materials, products, systems and services. ASTM International standards are known for their high technical quality and market relevancy and that is why they have an important role in the information infrastructure, which conducts projecting, manufacturing and trade in global economy. ASTM publishes standards dealing with metals, combustibility, chemical products, lubricants, fossil fuels, textiles, paints, rubber, piping, forensic sciences, electronics, energetic industry, medical devices and many other subjects.

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ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)

ASME helps the global engineering community to develop solutions for real world challenges. The company ASME was established in 1880 as American Society of Mechanical Engineers. It is a non-profit professional organization that enables the cooperation and the exchange of knowledge and professional skills in all technical fields. Moreover, it reinforces a crucial role of engineers in the society. Subsequent ASME codes and standards, its publications, conferences, continuous education and professional development programs represent foundations for the expansion of technical knowledge and a safer world.

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BS (British Standards)

BSi – The company, BSI British Standards, is a national standards body of the United Kingdom (NBS) and it was actually the very first one in the world. It represents national and social interests of Great Britain in all European and international standardization organizations and in the development of business information of British institutions of all sizes and sectors. BSI British Standards cooperates with manufacturing and service industries, various companies, the government and with consumers as well in order to facilitate the production of British, European and international standards. A part of BSI Group, BSI British Standards, works closely with the government of the United Kingdom, especially in the Department for Innovations, Universities and Skills (DIUS).

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ČSN (Czech technical standards)

ČSN is a protected designation of Czech national technical standards.

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DIN (Deutsches Institut für Normung)

DIN is a protected designation of German national technical standards.

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ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute)

ETSI - European Telecommunication Standard Institute(ETSI) produces globally-applicable standards for information and telecommunication technologies (ICT) including land, mobile, radio, converged, broadcast and internet technologies.

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GB

Standards GB are Chinese national standards, which are issued by China's Standardization Administration Office (SAC). Chinese national standards are used all over China commonly labeled as GB standards. They determine the united production requirements regarding product safety and quality . GB standards are often modified or created according to the international standards of ISO, IEC or any other international level. Although, they are largely harmonized, GB standards may differ from international standards .

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GOST (GOsudarstvennyy STandart)

GOST – National standards Gosudarstvennye Standarty Russian standards Gosstandart (GOST) cover more than 20 industrial branches including petroleum and chemical industry as well as mining and mineral sources, power and electrical equipment, oil and gas products. GOST organization, which was originally established during the Soviet Union era, was appointed to develop and put into practice state policy in the field of standardization. This institution was adopted by the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and it is administrated by the Euro-Asian Council for Standardization, Metrology and Certification (EASC).

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IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission)

IEC – The company IEC is world-leading organization, which creates and issues International standards for all electrical, electronic and other related technologies known generally as electro-technologies. Wherever, there is electricity and electronics you can find the company IEC, which promotes the safety and performance, the environment, electrical energy efficiency and renewable energy. The company IEC also administers conformity assessment systems, which certify that the equipment, systems or components comply with International Standards of this company.

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ISO (International Organization for Standardization)

ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is the world’s largest producer of optional international standards. International standards determine current specifications of products, services and certified methods, helping to streamline the industry. As they are created on the basis of international agreement, they assist in overcoming barriers in international trade.

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NEN (Nederlandse Norm)

Nizozemský standardizační institut (NEN) je soukromá, nezisková organizace, která byla založena roku 1916 Nizozemskou společností pro průmysl a obchod ve spolupráci s Královským institutem techniků.

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STN (Slovak technical standards)

STN is a protected designation of Slovak national technical standards.

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SAE (Standard Average European)

SAE – The company, SAE International, is a global association of more than 128,000 engineers and other related technical experts from the area of aerospace and aircraft industry, automotive industry and commercial-vehicle industry. The main activity of SAE International is life-long learning and the development of standards stated on the principle of consensus. SAE International has got its charitable branch called SAE Foundation, which supports a lot of programs including the program A World In Motion® and the program Collegiate Design Series.

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UIC (International Union of Railways)

UIC – International railway union (in French "Union Internationale des Chemins de fer“, in English "International Union of Railways") is a global company, which coordinates the development and operation of railway transport in all member countries. It also solves the issues of creating new and maintaining current international connections, the unification of railway equipment. It supervises safety criteria such as interlocking plant and automatic brakes. It represents member companies at the international level.

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UNE

Spanish national standards UNE are published by the company AENOR, which deals with the development of national standardization and certification in all industrial and services sectors. Its aim is to contribute to the quality, competitiveness and improvement of companies and to protect the environment.

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UOP (Universal oil products)

The company, Honeywell’s UOP, has been a leading international supplier and licensor in the area of petrol refining, gasoline processing, petrochemical production and major manufacturing industries for almost 100 years. As respected pioneers, we are responsible for the developing and implementing some of the most useful original technologies in the world.

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