This document specifies a method for the determination of resistance to stress corrosion cracking (SCC) of magnesium alloys intended for use in structural applications (such as magnesium front end, gearbox and clutch housing units, steering column parts, shift actuators, valve covers and housings, brackets and intake manifold blades, electronic devices, power tools and medical equipment). The method allows determination of the resistance to SCC as a function of the chemical composition, the method of manufacture and heat treatment of magnesium alloys.
The document is applicable to cast and wrought magnesium alloys in the form of castings, semi-finished products, parts and weldments and covers the method of sampling, the types of specimens, the loading procedure, the type of environment and the interpretation of results.
The document allows assessment of the relative performance of materials and products in environments containing chlorides or sulphates, provided that the failure mechanism is not changed, but does not qualify a material or product for service application.

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ISO 11130:2017 specifies a method for assessing the corrosion resistance of metals by an alternate immersion test in salt solution, with or without applied stress.
The test is particularly suitable for quality control during the manufacture of metals including aluminium alloys and ferrous materials, and also for assessment purposes during alloy development.
Depending upon the chemical composition of the test solution, the test can be used to simulate the corrosive effects of marine splash zones, de-icing fluids and acid salt environments.
The term "metal" as used in this document includes metallic materials with or without corrosion protection.
ISO 11130:2017 is applicable to
- metals and their alloys,
- certain metallic coatings (anodic and cathodic with respect to the substrate),
- certain conversion coatings,
- certain anodic oxide coating, and
- organic coatings on metals.

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ISO 19598:2016 applies to electrodeposited zinc and zinc-alloy coatings on iron and steel with Cr(VI)-free passivation. The zinc-alloy coatings contain nickel or iron as alloying elements (referred to as zinc/nickel and zinc/iron coatings, respectively).
The main purpose of the coatings or coating systems is protecting iron and steel components against corrosion.
ISO 19598:2016 specifies
- the designations to be used for the above coating systems,
- the minimum corrosion resistance to be achieved in specified test procedures, and
- the minimum coating thicknesses required.

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ISO 4534:2010 specifies a comparative method of determining the fluidity behaviour of vitreous and porcelain enamels in the viscous condition during firing. It is not intended for use as an absolute method.

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ISO 1456:2009 specifies requirements for decorative nickel, nickel plus chromium, copper plus nickel and copper plus nickel plus chromium coatings that are applied to iron, steel, zinc alloys, copper and copper alloys, and to aluminium and aluminium alloys, to provide an attractive appearance and enhanced corrosion resistance. Coating designations are specified that differ in thickness and type, and guidance is given on selecting the coating designation appropriate for the service conditions to which the coated product will be exposed.
ISO 1456:2009 does not specify the surface condition required by the basis metal prior to the coating process, and is not applicable to coatings on sheet, strip or wire in the non-fabricated form nor to threaded fasteners or coil springs.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for electrodeposited aluminium and aluminium alloy coatings on iron materials, plastic substrates, titanium materials, nickel materials and non-metallic substrate materials rendered conductive, such as plastics. The coatings serve either as corrosion or galvanic corrosion protection, as well as for other technical applications.

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ISO 27874:2008 specifies the requirements for electrodeposited gold and gold alloy coatings for electrical, electronic and other engineering applications on metallic and non-metallic substrates. It also specifies test methods for measuring the properties of the coatings.
Although this International Standard does not specify the condition, finish or surface roughness of the basis material prior to electroplating, the appearance and serviceability of electroplated gold or gold alloy coatings depends on the condition of the basis material. It is essential that the purchaser specify the surface finish and roughness of the basis material in order to conform to the product requirements.
This International Standard does not apply to coatings on threaded articles or to coatings on sheet or strip in non-fabricated form.

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ISO 4521:2008 specifies requirements for electroplated silver and silver alloy coatings for electrical, electronic and other engineering applications, including test methods. Engineering applications are defined as those in which the coating essentially serves a non-decorative purpose.
Although ISO 4521:2008 does not specify the condition, finish or surface roughness of the basis material prior to electroplating, the appearance and serviceability of electroplated silver and silver alloy coatings depends on the condition of the basis material. It is essential that the purchaser specifies the surface finish and roughness of the basis material in order to conform to the product requirements.
ISO 4521:2008 does not apply to coatings on screw threads or to coatings on sheet, strip or wire in the non-fabricated form.

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ISO 2081:2008 specifies requirements for electroplated coatings of zinc with supplementary treatments on iron or steel. It includes information to be supplied by the purchaser to the electroplater, and the requirements for heat treatment before and after electroplating.
It is not applicable to zinc coatings applied
to sheet, strip or wire in the non-fabricated form,
to close-coiled springs, or
for purposes other than protective or decorative.
ISO 2081:2008 does not specify requirements for the surface condition of the basis metal prior to electroplating with zinc. However, defects in the surface of the basis metal can adversely affect the appearance and performance of the coating.
The coating thickness that can be applied to threaded components can be limited by dimensional requirements, including class or fit.

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ISO 11130:2010 specifies a method for assessing the corrosion resistance of metals by an alternate immersion test in salt solution, with or without applied stress.
The test is particularly suitable for quality control during the manufacture of metals including aluminium alloys and ferrous materials, and also for assessment purposes during alloy development.
Depending upon the chemical composition of the test solution, the test can be used to simulate the corrosive effects of marine splash zones, de-icing fluids and acid salt environments.
The term “metal” as used in ISO 11130:2010 includes metallic materials with or without corrosion protection.
The alternate immersion test applies to
metals and their alloys,
certain metallic coatings (anodic and cathodic with respect to the substrate),
certain conversion coatings,
certain anodic oxide coating, and
organic coatings on metals.
ISO 11130:2010 is not applicable to stainless steel.

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ISO 2082:2008 specifies the requirements of electroplated coatings of cadmium with supplementary treatments on iron and steel. It includes information that is to be supplied by the purchaser to the electroplater, and describes coating requirements, including those for heat treatment before and after electroplating.
It is not applicable to coatings applied
to sheet, strip or wire in the non-fabricated form,
to close-coiled springs, or
for purposes other than protective, intrinsic lubricity, ductility, electrical conductivity and low contact resistance use.
ISO 2082:2008 does not specify requirements for the surface condition of the basis metal prior to electrodeposition with cadmium.
The coating thickness that can be applied to threaded components can be limited by dimensional requirements, including class or fit.

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ISO 26945:2008 specifies electroplated coatings of tin-cobalt alloy of approximate composition 75 % (mass fraction) to 80 % (mass fraction) tin, remainder cobalt, as a substitute for decorative chromium coating of 0,1 �m to 0,3 �m thickness. Hardness and wear resistance properties of the coatings obtained are not equivalent to those of chromium coatings, but similar to those of tin-nickel alloy coatings.
Tin-cobalt alloy coatings can be applied by rack or barrel plating processes.
ISO 26945:2008 does not specify requirements for the surface condition of the basis metal prior to electroplating.

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