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Measurements made on non-fluorescent specimens Part 2: Colour fastness to perspiration Testing of textiles – Coatings and attendant materials – Part 1: Determination of materials soluble in organic solvents Reflectometer as a means for gloss assessment of plane surfaces of paint coatings and plastics Polyamide tubing for motor vehicles Cooling pipes in motor vehicles – Hoses and compounds – Part 2: Requirements, testing Air braking systems; coiled tubing Air braking systems – Thermoplastic tubing – Part 1: Requirements and tests Determination of burning behaviour of interior materials in motor vehicles Determination of the windscreen fogging characteristics of trim materials in motor vehicles Ageing Automobile Components in Solar Simulation Units Wood-based panels; determination of modulus of elasticity in bending and of bending strength; German version Particleboards and fibreboards; determination of swelling in thickness after immersion in water; German version Wood-based panels; determination of moisture content; German version Paper and board intended to come into contact with foodstuffs – Determination of colour fastness of dyed paper and board; German version Wood-based panels – Determination of formaldehyde release Textiles; woven fabrics; construction; methods of analysis; part 2: Bending test Textiles – Fabrics – Determination of mass per unit area using small samples Materials and articles in contact with foodstuffs – Plastics substances subject to limitation – Part 4: Determination of 1,3-butadiene in plastics; Leather?
Determination of the content of pentachlorophenol in leather Structural adhesives – Determination of shear behaviour of structural bonds – Part 2: Thick adherends shear test ISO Grey scale for assessing change in colour Textiles – Tests for colour fastness – Part A Grey scale for assessing staining Textiles – Tests for colour fastness – Part A Instrumental assessment of change in colour for determination of grey scale rating Textiles – Tests for colour fastness – Part E Colour fastness to perspiration Textiles – Tests for colour fastness – Part Z Colour fastness and ageing to artificial light at high temperatures: Xenon arc fading lamp test Textiles – Tests for colour fastness – Part X Colour fastness to organic solvents Textiles – Tests for colour fastness – Part X Colour fastness to rubbing Textiles – Standard atmospheres for conditioning and testing Plastics – Determination of flexural properties Plastics – Determination of Charpy impact properties Plastics – Determination of Izod impact strength Plastics – Thermoplastic materials – Determination of Vicat softening temperature VST Plastics – Polyamides – Determination of viscosity number Plastics – Determination of tensile properties Celluar plastics and rubbers – Determination of apparent bulk density Plastics and ebonite – Determination of indentation hardness by means of a durometer Shore hardness Plastics – Determination of the melt mass-flow rate MFR and melt volume-flow rate MVR of thermoplastics – Part 1 Textile-glass-reinforced plastics – Prepregs, moulding compounds and laminates – Determination of the textile-glass and mineral-filler content; calcination methods Plastics – Methods for determining the density of non-cellular plastics – Part 1: Immersion method, liquid pyknometer method and titration method Textiles – Determination of abrasion resistance of fabrics by the Martindale method – Part 2: Determination of specimen breakdown Textiles – Determination of abrasion resistance of fabrics by the Martindale method – Part 2: Bent strip method Plastics – Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources Textiles – Determination of thickness of textiles and textile products Rubber- or plastics-coated fabrics – Determination of abrasion resistance – Part 1: Taber abrader Paints and varnishes – Determination of resistance to humidity – Part 2: Procedure for exposing test specimens in condensation-water atmospheres Plastics; determination of matter extractable by organic solvents Plastics; Determination of puncture impact behaviour of rigid plastics; Part 2: Instrumented impact testing Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres – Salt spray tests Textiles – Determination of permeability of fabrics to air Paints and varnishes – Artificial weathering and exposure to artificial radiation – Exposure to filtered xenon-arc radiation Plastics – Differential scanning calorimetry DSC Leather – Test for colour fastness – Colour fastness to cycles of to-and-fro rubbing Textiles – Determination of fabric propensity to surface fuzzing and to pilling – Part 2: Modified Martindale method Textiles – Tensile properties of fabrics – Part 1: Determination of maximum force and elongation at maximum force using the strip method Textiles – Tear properties of fabrics – Part 2: Determination of tear force of trouser-shaped test specimens single tear method Plastics – Determination of water content Leather – Chemical determination of formaldehyde content – Part 1: