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BS EN 15534-6 Composites made from cellulose-based materials and thermoplastics (usually called wood-polymer composites (WPC) or natural fibre composites (NFC)) Part 6 : Specifications for fencing profiles and systemsPublication
BS ENISO 12947-2 Textiles - Determination of the abrasion resistance of fabrics by the Martindale method Part 2: Determination of specimen breakdownPublic Comment
BS ENISO 137 Projection microscope methodPublication
BS ENISO 15496 permeability of textiles for the purpose of quality controlIdea
BS ENISO 2078:1993/Amd 1 Textile glass - Yarns - Designation - Amendment 1Publication
BS ENISO 811 resistance to water penetration - Hydrostatic pressure testAccepted
BS ISO 15039:2003/Amd 1 Textile-glass rovings - Determination of solubility of size - Amendment 1Approval
BS ISO 19927 Fibre-reinforced plastic composites - Determination of interlaminar strength and modulus by double beamshear testAccepted
BS ISO 20158 Textiles-Determination of surface water absorption of microfiber fabricsIdea
BS ISO 20754 Textiles - Man-made fibres - Determination of shape factors in cross sectionIdea
BS ISO 20852 Textiles - Determination of the total heat transfer through textiles in simulated environmentsIdea
BS ISO 2321 Rubber threads - Methods of testAccepted
BS ISO 2797:1986/Amd 1 Textile glass - Rovings - Basis for a specification - Amendment 1Accepted
BS ISO 30012 Carbon fibre - Measurement of the size and aspect ratio of fragments of crushed carbon-fibre-reinforced plasticApproval
BS ISO 3616:2001/Amd 1 Textile glass - Chopped-strand and continuous-filament mats - Determination of average thickness, thickness under load and recovery after compression - Amendment 1Accepted
BS ISO 5025:1997/Amd 1 Reinforcement products - Woven fabrics - Determination of width and length - Amendment 1Accepted

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