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Latest DIN Publications

Product   Title (Click on any item to see details)
DIN SPEC 2701 (2017-10) Unleaded copper alloys - Ingots and castings made of CuSn4Zn2PS; Text in German and English
DIN ISO 9154 (2017-10) Aerospace - Bolts, with MJ threads, made of heat-resistant nickel-based alloy, strength class 1 550 MPa - Procurement specification (ISO 9154:2016); Text in German and English
DIN ISO 8536-6 (2017-09) Infusion equipment for medical use - Part 6: Freeze drying closures for infusion bottles (ISO 8536-6:2016)
DIN ISO 5832-7 (2017-09) Implants for surgery - Metallic materials - Part 7: Forgeable and cold-formed cobalt-chromium-nickel-molybdenum-iron alloy (ISO 5832-7:2016)
DIN ISO 21940-2 (2017-09) Mechanical vibration - Rotor balancing - Part 2: Vocabulary (ISO 21940-2:2017)
DIN ISO 21504 (2017-09) Project, programme and portfolio management - Guidance on portfolio management (ISO 21504:2015)
DIN ISO 18163 (2017-09) Clothing - Digital fittings - Vocabulary and terminology used for the virtual garment (ISO 18163:2016)
DIN ISO 17123-4 (2017-09) Optics and optical instruments - Field procedures for testing geodetic and surveying instruments - Part 4: Electro-optical distance meters (EDM measurements to reflectors) (ISO 17123-4:2012)
DIN ISO 17123-1 (2017-09) Optics and optical instruments - Field procedures for testing geodetic and surveying instruments - Part 1: Theory (ISO 17123-1:2014)
DIN ISO 16308 (2017-09) Water quality - Determination of glyphosate and AMPA - Method using high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) with tandem mass spectrometric detection (ISO 16308:2014)