Welcome to theiTeh STANDARDS

Source for standards, engineering specifications, manuals and technical publications

In a collaboration with Slovenian Institute of Standardization we provide standards from ISO, IEC, CEN, CENELEC, ETSI, and SIST

6 Reasons Why We are The BEST at What We Do

Compliance with international standards is increasingly becoming one of the key competitive advantages in the global market. Our company creates all conditions for the most comfortable implementation of new documents and norms in the processes carried out by your organization. Some of the key advantages of working with us are:

  • Cost-effective - multi-level discounts and permanent updates of the functions give our clients the best option on the market.
  • e-Library - access to standards for a period of time of your choice. It is a cost-effective solution for keeping updated with the newest standards.
  • Company-wide documents - create a company account and connect all employees with access to purchased standards, e-Library documents, and packages.
  • All in one spot - all purchased standards are kept in one place with controlled access by the account administrator.
  • Client-centric - providing quality consulting is the prerogative and incentive to create new products that accompany your success and scale.
  • 24 / 7 client support

We are dedicated to building mutually beneficial and long-term relationships with our clients. That is why our team focuses on creating services to help our customers develop and achieve new productive results.

Latest Standards

This document describes a method for assessing the performance of photocatalytic inorganic materials contained in cement mortars and/or limes or ceramic-based matrices, paints or materials deposited as thin films or coatings on a variety of substrates for the photocatalytic abatement of nitric oxide in the gas phase. This method is not suitable for the assessment of samples to be applied with flow perpendicular to the surface or flow permeating the surface itself as polymeric and paper filters, honeycomb structures and suchlike.
The performance for the photocatalytic sample under test is evaluated by measuring the degradation rate of nitric oxide (NO) using the method described herein. The photocatalytic abatement rate is calculated from the observed rate by eliminating the effects of mass transfer. The intrinsic photocatalytic abatement rate is an intrinsic property of the material tested and makes it possible to distinguish the photocatalytic activities of various products with an absolute scale defined with physical and engineering meaning.
For the measurements and calculations described in this document the concentration of nitrogen oxides (NOx) is defined as the stoichiometric sum of nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2).

  • Standard
    28 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Draft
    27 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This document provides guidelines for the preparation of a safety rota and safety plans on passenger vessels for inland navigation. It supports the safety organisation on board. Furthermore, it describes the code of conduct necessary for passengers on cabin vessels. Annex B contains examples for a safety rota and a safety plan.
The safety rota specifies and explains the duties for the following emergencies:
- breakdown;
- fire on board;
- evacuation of the persons on board;
- person over board.
NOTE   Here, evacuation is to be understood as evacuating into boats, onto life rafts or via means of transfer into shallow waters or on shore.

  • Standard
    23 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Draft
    23 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

2021-04-20: amdt to allow citation of main standard - when pos assessed to request BT approval

  • Amendment
    5 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This document defines the procedures for assessing the performance of PEMS equipment, which is used for the on-road measurement of tailpipe emissions of light-duty vehicles, on the basis of a common test procedure that simulates the range of conditions experienced during on-road tests.
This document prescribes:
a) the tests to be conducted, and,
b) a procedure to determine, for any particular piece of PEMS equipment, an appropriate uncertainty margin to reflect its performance over those conditions.
The key test variables are as follows (but not limited to the ones mentioned):
1) temperature, humidity and pressure and step-wise or gradual changes,
2) acceleration and deceleration (longitudinal and lateral),
3) vibration, inclination and shock tests,
4) instrument positioning on a vehicle,
5) combinations of (1) to (4),
6) cross-Interferences,
7) signal-processing, data treatment and time alignment, and
8) calculation methods (excluding the regulatory post-processing of data).

  • Standard
    85 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Draft
    62 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This part of ISO 18363 describes a rapid procedure for the simultaneous determination of 2-MCPD esters (bound 2-MCPD), 3‐MCPD esters (bound 3‐MCPD) and glycidyl esters (bound glycidol) in a single assay, based on alkaline catalysed ester cleavage and derivatization of cleaved (free) analytes with phenylboronic acid (PBA) prior to GC-MS/MS analysis.
This method is applicable to solid and liquid fats and oils. This part of ISO 18363 can also apply to animal fats and used frying oils and fats, but a validation study must be undertaken before the analysis of these matrices.
Milk and milk products (or fat coming from milk and milk products) are excluded from the scope of this international standard.

  • Standard
    32 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Draft
    29 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Standard
    39 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Draft
    36 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

The use of a continuous air monitor (CAM) is mainly motivated by the need to be alerted quickly and in the most accurate way possible with an acceptable false alarm rate when significant activity concentration value is exceeded, in order to take appropriate measures to reduce exposure of those involved.
The performance of this CAM does not only depend on the metrological aspect characterized by the decision threshold, the limit of detection and the measurement uncertainties but also on its dynamic capacity characterized by its response time as well as on the minimum detectable activity concentration corresponding to an acceptable false alarm rate.
The ideal performance is to have a minimum detectable activity concentration as low as possible associated with a very short response time, but unfortunately these two criteria are in opposition. It is therefore important that the CAM and the choice of the adjustment parameters and the alarm levels be in line with the radiation protection objectives.
This document describes
—   the dynamic behaviour and the determination of the response time,
—   the determination of the characteristic limits (decision threshold, detection limit, limits of the coverage interval), and
—   a possible way to determine the minimum detectable activity concentration and the alarms setup.
Finally the annexes of this document show actual examples of CAM data which illustrate how to quantify the CAM performance by determining the response time, the characteristics limits, the minimum detectable activity concentration and the alarms setup.

  • Technical report
    40 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Technical report
    37 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

The use of a continuous air monitor (CAM) is mainly motivated by the need to be alerted quickly and in the most accurate way possible with an acceptable false alarm rate when a significant activity concentration value is exceeded, in order to take appropriate measures to reduce exposure of those involved.
The performance of this CAM does not only depend on the metrological aspect characterized by the decision threshold, the limit of detection and the measurement uncertainties but also on its dynamic capacity characterized by its response time as well as on the minimum detectable activity concentration corresponding to an acceptable false alarm rate.
The ideal performance is to have a minimum detectable activity concentration as low as possible associated with a very short response time, but unfortunately these two criteria are in opposition. It is therefore important that the CAM and the choice of the adjustment parameters and the alarm levels be in line with the radiation protection objectives.
The knowledge of a few factors is needed to interpret the response of a CAM and to select the appropriate CAM type and its operating parameters.
Among those factors, it is important to know the half-lives of the radionuclides involved, in order to select the appropriate detection system and its associated model of evaluation.
CAM using filter media accumulation sampling techniques are usually of two types:
a)   fixed filter;
b)   moving filter.
This document first describes the theory of operation of each CAM type i.e.:
—   the different models of evaluation considering short or long radionuclides half-lives values,
—   the dynamic behaviour and the determination of the response time.
In most case, CAM is used when radionuclides with important radiotoxicities are involved (small value of ALI). Those radionuclides have usually long half-life values.
Then the determination of the characteristic limits (decision threshold, detection limit, limits of the coverage interval) of a CAM is described by the use of long half-life models of evaluation.
Finally, a possible way to determine the minimum detectable activity concentration and the alarms setup is pointed out.
The annexes of this document show actual examples of CAM data which illustrate how to quantify the CAM performance by determining the response time, the characteristics limits, the minimum detectable activity concentration and the alarms setup.

  • Technical report
    60 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Technical report
    57 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This document lists the International Standards which are currently available for the determination of the chemical composition of nickels, ferronickels and nickel alloys (see Clause 4). It provides details on the range of application and gives the principle of the method described in each International Standard (see Clause 5). Annex A shows graphical representations of the content ranges of the methods listed in this document: Figure A.1 represents the fields of application of the methods available for the three kinds of matrixes; Figure A.2 gives the content ranges of the methods for nickels; Figure A.3 gives the content ranges of the methods for ferronickels; Figure A.4 gives the content ranges of the methods for nickel alloys. Annex B provides a bilingual key of the abbreviated terms used in the figures given in Annex A.

  • Technical report
    23 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    23 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

This document specifies procedures and minimum performance requirements for testing without tyres the retention of balance weights for use on wheels for passenger vehicles. It also specifies general features for configurations of clip balance weights, rim flanges for light alloy and steel wheels intended for use on passenger cars and adhesive balance weights. Alternative materials and geometries can be considered in the future.

  • Standard
    14 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    14 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

This document specifies testing procedures for the instrumental determination of brightness and colour of tissue paper and tissue products viewed under outdoor daylight conditions. It also gives specific instructions for the preparation of test pieces (single-ply, multi-ply products) and for the optical measurements of products, where special precautions can be necessary. NOTE      The properties called ISO brightness and colour with C/2° (indoor daylight) are measured with an instrument adjusted to a much lower UV content than that specified in this document. The measurements of ISO brightness and colour with C/2° (indoor daylight) are described in ISO 12625-15.

  • Standard
    12 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Standard
    12 pages
    French language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    11 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    12 pages
    French language
    sale 15% off

This document specifies the liquid chromatographic (LC) method for the determination of chloramphenicol content of muscle tissue of meat, including livestock and poultry. This document specifies the liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry method (LC-MS/MS) for the determination of chloramphenicol content of muscle tissue, casing, liver of meat and meat products, including livestock and poultry. This document specifies LC-MS/MS as the reference method. The LC method is suitable for the determination of chloramphenicol content greater than 6,5Â mg/kg. LC-MS/MS is suitable for the determination of chloramphenicol content greater than 0,1Â ÎĽg/kg. Test samples which have deteriorated cannot be analysed with this method.

  • Standard
    16 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    15 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

This document provides guidance on the relationship between ISO/IEC 20000–1 and a commonly used service management framework, ITIL 4. It can be used by any organization or person wishing to understand how ITIL can be used with ISO/IEC 20000–1, including: a) an organization that has claimed or demonstrated or intends to claim or demonstrate conformity to the requirements specified in ISO/IEC 20000–1 and is seeking guidance on the use of ITIL to establish and improve an SMS and the services; b) an organization that already uses ITIL and is seeking guidance on how ITIL can be used to support efforts to demonstrate conformity to the requirements specified in ISO/IEC 20000–1; c) an assessor or auditor who wishes to understand the use of ITIL as a support in achieving the requirements specified in ISO/IEC 20000–1. Clause 4 describes how ITIL can support the demonstration of conformity to ISO/IEC 20000–1. Clause 5 correlates the ITIL documents to requirements in ISO/IEC 20000–1. The tables in Annex A correlate terms and clauses in ISO/IEC 20000–1 to ITIL and vice versa; the tables in Annex B correlate clauses in ISO/IEC 20000-1 to the ITIL 4 publications and vice versa.

  • Technical specification
    53 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    53 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

This document provides general requirements for the testing of cellular therapeutic products intended for human use. This document also provides considerations for the characterization of cellular therapeutic products, including approaches to select and design analytical methods that are fit for purpose. Such considerations can be used to establish critical quality attributes for a cellular therapeutic product. This document is applicable to cellular starting materials (including those for tissue engineered products) and intermediates of cellular therapeutic products. This document is not applicable to tissues used in transplantation.

  • Standard
    35 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Standard
    37 pages
    French language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    35 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    37 pages
    French language
    sale 15% off

This document summarizes how some of the main international standards and recommendations approach personal identification and its related information security, with regard to the integration of biometrics and integrated circuit cards (ICCs). It also provides examples of how biometrics and ICCs are integrated in applications.

  • Technical report
    22 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    22 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

This document specifies a method of determining the micronaire value of loose disorientated cotton fibres taken from bales, laps and slivers, or other sources of lint cotton.

  • Standard
    9 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Standard
    9 pages
    French language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    9 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

This document defines the requirements for the symbology known as Han Xin Code. It specifies the Han Xin Code symbology characteristics, data encoding process, symbol structure, dimensions and print quality requirements, error correction rules, reference decoding algorithm, and user-selectable application parameters.

  • Standard
    196 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    196 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

This document describes general requirements, procedures and performance criteria for evaluating the content of genetically modified (GM) seeds/grains in a lot by a group testing strategy that includes qualitative analysis of sub-sampled groups followed by statistical evaluation of the results. This document is applicable to group testing strategy estimating the GM content on a percentage seed/grain basis for purity estimation, testing towards a given reject/accept criterion and for cases where seed/grain lots are carrying stacked events. This document is not applicable to processed products. NOTEÂ Â Â Â Â Â Description of the use of group testing strategy are available in References [1], [7], [8], [18], [19] and [20].

  • Standard
    26 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Draft
    27 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

Benefits

Full Standards Solution

Full Standards Solution

Our catalog includes not only latest standards but also full meta information about related standardization project lifecycle.

Cost Effective

Cost Effective

Our PRICE MATCH GUARANTEE policy with multi-level volume discounts gives our clients the best option in the market. In addition, you can get access to the standards for 3, 10, or 30 days.

Stay Notified

Stay Notified

Get alerted to the latest revisions and new standards in the Weekly Newsletter. Standards are constantly changing. Don’t miss a revision that can impact your business.

About Us

iTeh Inc is a software development and IT consulting team of professionals who provide consulting, development and implementation of solutions for all types of businesses.

In cooperation, with the Slovenian Institute of Standardization (SIST), we create a unique solution that covers all aspects of the lifecycle of Standardization organizations. iTeh Standards is a part of the solution that helps SIST to provide and sell their products to Customers.

iTeh Standards Store is an evolving project, our goal is to build long-term relationships with our customers. We believe in delivering quality services to solve our customers' challenges and define success by exceeding our customers' expectations. We are always ready to listen and our experience allows us to provide our customers with helpful effective suggestions. You can contact us by email.

We are committed to providing the best possible experience for our customers.