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BS ENISO 11111-1 Textile machinery - Safety requirements Part 1: Common requirementsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 11111-2:2005/Amd 2 Textile machinery - Safety requirements Part 2: Spinning preparatory and spinning machines - Amendment 2Public Comment
BS ENISO 11111-3:2005/Amd 2 Textile machinery - Safety requirements Part 3: Nonwoven machinery - Amendment 2Public Comment
BS ENISO 11111-4:2005/Amd 2 Textile machinery - Safety requirements Part 4: Yarn processing, cordage and rope manufacturing machinery - Amendment 2Public Comment
BS ENISO 11111-5:2005/Amd 2 Textile machinery - Safety requirements Part 5: Preparatory machinery to weaving and knitting - Amendment 2Public Comment
BS ENISO 11111-6:2005/Amd 2 Textile machinery - Safety requirements Part 6: Fabric manufacturing machinery - Amendment 2Public Comment
BS ENISO 11111-7:2005/Amd 2 Textile machinery - Safety requirements Part 7: Dyeing and finishing machinery - Amendment 2Public Comment
BS ENISO 8049 Ferronickel shot - Sampling for analysisPublic Comment
BS ISO 18599 Strips for water jet solidificationPublication
BS ISO 18600 Web roller cards - Terms and definitionsPublication
BS ISO 6372 Nickel and nickel alloys - Terms and definitionsAccepted
BS ISO 6501 Ferronickel - Specification and delivery requirementsAccepted
BS ISO 7524 Nickel, ferronickel and nickel alloys - Determination of carbon content - Infra-red absorption method after induction furnace combustionIdea
BS ISO 7526 Nickel, ferronickel and nickel alloys - Determination of sulfur content - Infra-red absorption method after induction furnace combustionIdea
BS ISO 96-1 Textile machinery and accessories - Rings and travellers for ring spinning and ring twisting frames Part 1: Flange rings T and SF and their travellersPublic Comment
BS ISO 9725 Nickel and nickel alloy forgingsAccepted
BS ISO/TS 18223 Nickel alloys - Determination of Nickel content - Inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometric methodAccepted

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