MALAYSIAN STANDARDS
SECTORIAL CATALOGUE

2007

No. 11 RUBBER & PLASTICS INDUSTRIES

Department of Standards Malaysia Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation Level 1 & 2, Block C4, Complex C Federal Government Administrative Centre 62502 Putrajaya, MALAYSIA Tel : 603-8885 8000 Fax : 603-8888 5060
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INTRODUCTION
The Department of Standards Malaysia (Standards Malaysia) is the national standardisation and accreditation body. The main function of the Department is to foster and promote standards, standardisation and accreditation as a means of advancing the national economy, promoting industrial efficiency and development, benefiting the health and safety of the public, protecting the consumers, facilitating domestic and international trade and furthering international cooperation in relation to standards and standardisation. Malaysian Standards are developed through consensus by committees which comprise of balanced representation of producers, users, consumers and others with relevant interests, as may be appropriate to the subject in hand. These standards where appropriate are adoption of international standards. Approval of a standard as a Malaysian Standard is governed by the Standards of Malaysia Act 1996 (Act 549). Malaysian Standards are reviewed periodically. The use of Malaysian Standard is voluntary except in so far as they are made mandatory by regulatory authorities by means of regulations, local by-laws or any other similar ways. The Department of Standards Malaysia appoints SIRIM Berhad as the agent to develop Malaysian Standards. The Industry Standards Committees (ISCs) established by SIRIM Berhad are responsible for the development of Malaysian Standards in their respective areas, as follows: ISC A ISC B ISC C ISC D ISC E ISC F ISC G ISC H ISC J ISC K ISC L ISC M ISC N ISC W NC Y NC Z Food and Agriculture Chemicals and Materials Consumer Products, Personal Safety and Services Building and Civil Engineering Electrotechnical Mechanical Engineering Information Technology, Communications and Multimedia Petroleum and Gas Plastics and Plastics Products Packaging and Distribution Road Vehicles Fire Safety and Prevention Rubber and Rubber Products Occupational Health and Safety Quality Management and Quality Assurance Environmental Standards

More than 100 standards development committees involving more than 1500 individuals, have been established under the ISCs.

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Malaysian Standards Sectorial Catalogue 2007

This sectorial catalogue lists as at September 2007, Malaysian Standards that have been established on product specifications, codes of practice, terminologies, guides and method of test on selected sectors. New standards, revisions, amendments, addenda, errata and reconfirmed standards as well as standards that have been withdrawn are published bi-monthly in the SIRIM Berhad’s newsletter Standards and Quality News. An online system is available for searching and online purchasing. Payment can be made by credit card. The system is called the MS Online System and can be accessed at http://www.msonline.gov.my. The MS Online system contains over 4,000 Malaysian standards on all sectors. List of Sectorial Catalogue 2007
1. Quality Management System, Environmental Management System & Safety and Health Protection 2. Health Care Technology, Metrology and Measurement. Testing 3. Mechanical and Fluid System and Components. Manufacturing Engineering, Energy and Heat Transfer Engineering 4. Electrical Engineering & Electronics 5. Telecommunication, Information Technology. Office Equipment 6. Road Vehicles Engineering, Material Handling Equipment, Packaging & Distribution of Goods. 7. Textile and Leather Technology and Clothing Industry 8. Agriculture and Food Technology 9. Chemical Technology, Mining and Minerals, Petroleum and related technology & Metallurgy 10. Wood Technology, Glass & Ceramics Industries, Paper Technology and Paints & Colour Industries 11. Rubber & Plastics Industries 12. Constructions Materials & Building. Civil Engineering. Housekeeping. Entertainment. Sports.

ABBREVIATIONS
MS MS ISO : Malaysian Standard : Malaysian Standard which is identical to International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Standard. The numbering of the standard is identical to that of the ISO Standard except for the prefix. : Malaysian Standard which is identical to the Joint ISO and IEC Standard. The numbering of the standard is identical to that of the ISO/IEC Standard except for the prefix. : Provisional Standard

MS ISO/IEC

MS.....(P)

Malaysian Standard which is adopted/adapted from international, regional or foreign national standard without undergoing standards development committee deliberations due to its urgent need, as identified by the Department of Standards Malaysia. Provisional Standards are identified by a letter “P” following the MS number.

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37. Construction Materials and Building. Safety 75. Company Organization and Management. Materials Handling Equipment. Domestics and Commercial Equipment. Paper Technology. Office Machines. Food Technology. Electronics. 19. Mechanical Systems and Components for General Use. 17. Road Vehicles Engineering. Clothing Industry. 97. Information Technology. 27. Fluid Systems and Components for General Use. Jewellery. 33. 25. Health Protection. 59. 61. Glass and Ceramics Industries. Textile and Leather Technology. 07. Administration. Generalities. Image Technology. 49. 93. 81. Sports. 71. 73. Entertainment. 91. 39. Precision Mechanics. Paint and Colour Industries. 87. Military Engineering. Rubber and Plastics Industries. Audio and Video Engineering. Metallurgy. 67. Petroleum and Related Technologies. 83. Metrology and Measurement. 35. Packaging and Distribution of Goods. 13. 23. Energy and Heat Transfer Engineering. 31. 03. Civil Engineering. 47. 11. 95. Agriculture. Mathematics. 77. Manufacturing Engineering. 65. 53. Shipbuilding and Marine Structures. Telecommunications. Physical Phenomena Testing. 85. 79. 21. 45. 55. Aircraft and Space Vehicle Engineering. Mining and Minerals. Chemical Technology. Terminologies. (iv) . Natural Sciences. Transport. Railway Engineering. 43. Standardization Sociology. Environment. Services. Health Care Technology. Wood Technology.SUBJECT STRUCTURE ACCORDING TO INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF STANDARDS 01.

CONTENTS Page Introduction -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.(ii) Malaysian Standards Sectorial Catalogue ----------------------------------------------------------------------------.(iii) Abbreviation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.(iv) RUBBER & PLASTICS INDUSTRIES Manufacturing processes in the rubber and plastics industries -----------------------------------------Raw materials for rubber and plastics in general -----------------------------------------------------------Latex and raw rubber ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Rubber compounding ingredients ------------------------------------------------------------------------------Auxiliary materials and additives for plastics ----------------------------------------------------------------Rubber -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Plastics ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Plastics in general --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thermosetting materials ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thermoplastic materials -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Cellular materials ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Reinforced Plastic --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Rubber and plastic products -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Rubber and plastics products in general ---------------------------------------------------------------------Films and sheets ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Plastics pipes.(iii) Subject Structure by ICS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. fittings and valves ------------------------------------------------------------------------------Hoses -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Seals -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Other rubber and plastic products ------------------------------------------------------------------------------Tyres -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Road vehicle tyres --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Adhesives -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Equipment for rubber and plastics industries ---------------------------------------------------------------1 1 1 3 3 3 8 9 15 16 18 19 20 20 22 28 26 27 27 28 29 30 31 Numerical Listing ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Index -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Order Form ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 32 36 42 (v) .

Price RM10 MS 281 : Part 11 : 1999 Specification for natural rubber latex concentrate : Part 11 : Determination of KOH number (Third revision). bags and tanks. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the mechanical stability of natural rubber latex concentrate. This standard supersedes MS 281 : Part 12 : 1992. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the dry rubber content of natural rubber latex concentrate.83.020 Manufacturing processes in the rubber and plastics industries MS 281 : Part 5 : 1998 Specification for natural rubber latex concentrate : Part 5 : Determination of mechanical stability (Third revision). Price RM10 MS 281 : Part 14 : 2001 Rubber. kneading is carried out using a mortar and pestle and the end point for titration is defined whereas it is not stated in the ISO standard. vulcanized latex or artificial dispersions of rubber. It is suitable for the sampling of latex concentrates that is contained in drums.Determination of boric acid content (Third revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies a procedure for the determination of boric acid in natural rubber latex concentrate. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the coagulum content (sieve residue) of the natural rubber latex concentrate. RUBBER AND PLASTICS INDUSTRIES 83. This standard is technically equivalent to ISO 125 : 1995 and its supersedes MS 281: Part 4 : 1992. raw natural. Price RM30 83. Price RM10 MS 281 : Part 6 : 1998 Specification for natural rubber latex concentrate (Including raw natural rubber) : Part 6 : Determination of coagulum content (Third revision). Price RM10 MS 281 : Part 10 : 1999 Natural rubber latex concentrate : Part 10 : Determination of volatile fatty acid number (Third revision). Covers grade of materials used as anti-coagulant for fresh natural latex. and rubber latex. natural Determination of nitrogen content (Third revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies a macro-method and a semimicro method for the determination of nitrogen in raw natural rubber and in natural rubber latex using variants of the Kjeldahl process. Specifies a method for the determination of the volatile fatty acid number of natural rubber latex concentrate. Price RM20 83. Price RM10 Best Seller MS 281 : Part 2 : 1998 Specification for natural rubber latex concentrate. compounded latex. This standard is technically equivalent to ISO 506 : 1992 except that kneading is carried out using a glass rod and beaker whilst in the ISO standard.040. It supersedes MS 281 : Part 10 : 1992.01 Raw materials for rubber and plastics in general MS 506 : 1977 (2004) Specification for ammonia (anhydrous and aqueous). The procedure is not necessarily suitable for latices from natural sources other than Hevea brasiliensis or for latices of synthetic rubber. Price RM10 1 . Price RM10 MS 281 : Part 4 : 1999 Natural rubber latex concentrate : Part 4 : Determination of alkalinity (Third revision) Specifies a method for the determination of the alkalinity of natural rubber latex concentrate. and as a long term preservative for natural rubber latex concentrates. crates. Price RM10 MS 281 : Part 12 : 2001 Natural rubber latex concentrate .040. Price RM10 MS 281 : Part 3 : 1998 Specification for natural rubber latex concentrate : Part 3 : Determination of dry rubber content (Third revision). It supersedes MS 281 : Part 1 : 1992. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the total solids content of natural rubber latex concentrate. Specifies a method for the determination of the KOH number of natural rubber latex concentrate.10 Latex and raw rubber MS 281 : Part 1 : 1999 Natural rubber latex concentrate : Part 1 : Methods of sampling (Third revision) Specifies procedures for the sampling of natural rubber latex concentrate. This standard is technically equivalent to ISO 127 : 1995 and it supersedes MS 281 : Part 11 : 1992. Price RM20 MS 1010 : 1986 Specification for rigid polyvinyl chloride and related plastic pipe and fitting compounds. This standard is technically equivalent to ISO 123 : 1985 except for the inclusion of the closed-head type drum in the manual process of homogenising latex concentrate. This standard supersedes MS 281: Part 14: 1993. Part 2: Determination of total solid content (Third revision).

The test involves measurement of the plasticity of standard pellets before and after a short period of storage under conditions which accelerate the storage hardening reaction. accelerated storage-hardening is achieved by storing rubber portions over phosphorus pentoxide in a vacuum at 60°C ± 1°C for 48 ± 0. raw natural . The oxidation behaviour of raw natural rubber may have an important bearing on processing behaviour and end product performance and the plastic retention index test afford a convenient means of characterising rubber in certain aspects. Price RM10 MS 1359 : Part 5 : 1994 Test methods for technically specified raw natural rubber : Part 5 : Determination of colour. This standard is technically equivalent to ISO 976: 1996 and it supersedes MS 281: Part 16: 1992. This standard is intended to supersede the Provisional Malaysian Standard MS 1392 : 1996(P). Test methods applicable to fluid field latex preserved with any of the following (or suitable combinations): ammonia. acetone extract. colour. ash. It is not suitable for compounded latex or vulcanized latex. type KHS evaporated. The resultant increase in viscosity (Dv) represents the accelerated storage-hardening. In this test.Determination of sludge content This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the sludge content of natural rubber latex concentrate. Price RM10 MS 297: 1981 Specification for raw natural rubber (First revision) Specifies minimum quality requirements for various grades. natural. Price RM20 MS 1359 : Part 4 : 1994 Test methods for technically specified raw natural rubber : Part 4 : Determination of mooney viscosity. volatile matter. c) protein precipitation and. Price RM10 MS 1542 : 2002 Rubber. Price RM10 MS 281 : Part 16 : 1999 Natural rubber latex concentrate : Part 16 : Determination of ph (Third revision) Specifies a method for the determination of the pH of natural rubber latex concentrate.1h. d) colourimetric assay. Price RM50 MS 317 : 1986 Specification for evaporated preserved natural rubber latices (First revision). Price RM10 MS 1359 : Part 6 : 1994 Test methods for technically specified raw natural rubber : Part 6 : Determination of rapid plasticity and plasticity retention index. rapid plasticity and plasticity retention. b) protein extraction. index. The test comprises essentially four parts namely: a) sample preparation. Price RM20 MS 1157 : Part 41 : 1999 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 41 : Determination of temperature rise and resistance to fatigue in compression flexometer testing Specifies the compression flexometer test for the determination of the temperature rise and resistance to fatigue of vulcanized rubbers. type KLS evaporated. Test methods are provided for the determination of dirt. The flexometer specified is known as the Goodrich flexometer. The torque necessary to rotate the disc in a cylindrical chamber filled with rubber under specified conditions is determined and the number proportional to this torque is taken as the viscosity of the rubber. Mooney viscosity. Price RM10 MS 466 : 1987 Methods of sampling and testing field latex (First revision). This Malaysian Standard specifies a method of measuring the storage hardening raw natural rubber using the Mooney shearing disc viscometer. vulcanisation characteristics (MOD) and curing characteristics with the oscillating disk curement. formaldehyde. Price RM20 2 . The protein content is then determined by using Lowry microassay. Colour matching is carried out under diffuse daylight illumination against a matt white background and comparison slide containing standard calibrated colour glasses are used. but any other apparatus giving equivalent performance may be used. This Malaysian Standard provides an analytical test method for determining the quantity of total extractable proteins in natural rubber (NR) products.Determination of dirt content This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the dirt content of raw natural rubber. NR latex. Covers requirements for NR latex.MS 281: Part 15: 1992 Specification for natural rubber latex concentrate: Part 15: determination of viscosity (Second revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the viscosity of natural rubber latex concentrate. potassium hydroxide. type HA evaporated. This standard supersedes MS 1359 : Part 3 : 1994. concentrate . Price RM10 Amendment 1 : 2001 MS 1541 : 2002 Rubber latex. nitrogen. accelerated and storage hardening test (ASHT). This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of Mooney Viscosity of rubber using a shearing-disc Mooney Viscometer. and boric acid. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of Lovibond Colour index of rubber. Price RM10 MS 1359 : Part 7 : 1995 Test methods for technically specified raw natural rubber : Part 7 : Determination of mooney accelerated storage hardening test (MASHT). Price RM10 MS 298 : 1985 Methods of sampling and test for raw natural rubber (First revision). This Malaysian Standard specifies a method of measuring the accelerated storage hardening of raw natural rubber suing the wallace plastimeter. Price RM10 MS 1392 : 1998 Test method for the analysis of extractable proteins in natural rubber products. It is not applicable to dirt present as surface contamination. Tests in accordance with MS 298. NR latex. The method is not necessarily suitable for latices from natural sources other than Heavea brasiliensis. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of initial rapid plasticity and plasticity retention index of rubber. Price RM10 MS 1359 : Part 8 : 1995 Test methods for technically specified raw natural rubber : Part 8 : Determination of wallace accelerated storage hardening test (WASHT). sodium sulphate.

as well as materials and articles made from resins.Specification This Malaysian Standard gives specifications for natural rubber latex concentrate types which are preserved wholly or in part with ammonia which have been produced by centrifuging or creaming. manufacture. Price RM60 83.Preparation of dry films This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for preparing dry. The test method covers the determination of the amount of residual powder and non-powder solids found on medical gloves. The mass found for powdered gloves is assumed to be a combination of waterinsoluble residue remaining after the manufacturing process. Covers zinc oxide intended for use as activator. powder free.040. Price RM10 83. former release agents and donning powder. from natural rubber latex concentrate. Price RM20 MS 1157 : Part 16 : 1992 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 16 : Resistance to ozone cracking . angles or other gross irregularities which cannot be excluded when cutting out test pieces.MS 1549 : 2002 Test method for determination of residual powder on power free rubber medical gloves This Malaysian Standard is designed to determine the amount of residual power (or filter-retained mass) found on gloves described as non powdered. by stripping. no powder.Centrifuged or creamed. two plies of fabric bonded with rubber. ammonia-preserved types .static strain test. The method is applicable when the ply surfaces are approximately plane or when they are in the form of a cylinder having an internal diameter greater than approximately 50 mm. The procedure is not necessarily suitable for latices from natural sources other than Hevea brasiliensis or for compounded latex. This standard supersedes MS 296 : 1990. under static tensile strain. to air containing a definite concentration of ozone and at a definite temperature in circumstances that exclude the effects of direct light. testing and installation of elastomeric bride bearing. The method is not applicable when the ply surfaces contain sharp bends. The test method covers the determination of average powder or filter-retained mass found on a sample of medical gloves. This Part of the standard specifies a method for the determination of resistance of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubbers to cracking when exposed. manufacture and installation of bearing (Second revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for the material. Specifies a method for the determination of residual vinyl chloride 3 . homogeneous films. substantially free of air bubbles. It also specifies methods of test and describes procedures for the preparation of test pieces from finishes bearing.30 Auxiliary materials and additives for plastics _____________________________________________ MS 511 : 1977 Specification for zinc oxide for use in rubber. or a rubber layer and a fabric ply bonded together. or other words to that effect. This Malaysian Standard prescribes the quality requirements for rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) seeds for commercial plantings. pigment. Price RM10 MS ISO 296 : 2001 Natural rubber latex concentrate .20 Rubber compounding ingredients MS 1013 : 1986 Method of test for residual vinyl chloride monomer (Gas Chromatographic Method). vulcanized latex or artificial dispersions of rubber or synthetic rubber latices. Price RM30 monomer by gas chromatography in homopolymer and copolymer resins of vinly chloride.060 Rubber MS 463 : 1994 Specification for rubber (Hevea brasiliensis L. powderless. vulcanized or thermoplastic .040. Price RM10 MS ISO 36 : 2002 Rubber. Price RM20 83. This standard supersedes MS 671 : Part 1 : 1991.) seed for commercial planting (First revision).Determination of adhesion to textile fabric This Malaysian Standard specifies a method of test for measuring the force required to separate. Two grades as specified : Grade A (non-straining) and Grade B (general purpose). accelerator and reinforcing materials in rubber compounds. Price RM10 MS ISO 498 : 2002 Natural rubber latex concentrate .Guide to the use of curemeters This Malaysian Standard provides guidance on the determination of vulcanization characteristics of rubber compounds by means of curemeters. Price RM10 MS 1550 : 2002 Test method for determination of residual powder on powdered rubber medical gloves This Malaysian Standard is designed to determine the amount of residual power (or filter-retained mass) found on powdered gloves. Price RM20 MS 671 : Part 1 : 2002 Specification for elastomeric bridge bearing : Part 1 : Material testing. This standard does not contain aspects relating to design of bearing. Price RM10 MS ISO 6502 : 2002 Rubber .

This standard specifies a method for the determination of the static adhesion of textile tyre cord to vulcanized rubber. Price RM10 MS 1157 : Part 40/1 : 1999 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 40/1 : Determination of abrasion resistance using a rotating cylindrical drum device Specifies a method for the determination of the resistance of rubber to abrasion by means of a rotating cylindrical drum device. Price RM10 MS 1157 : Part 22 : 1991 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 22 : Determina tion of density. method B shall be the referee test method. This method may be applied. but it is limited to cords of linear density not exceeding 800 mg/m (tex). from rubber whose electrical resistance measured between defined points. Price RM20 4 . This Malaysian Standard specifies two methods of test for the determination of the density of solid vulcanized rubber. Results obtained using method A cannot be compared with results obtained using method B. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for determining the adhesion strength of rubber-to-metal bands where the rubber part is assembled between two parallel metal plates. Price RM20 MS 1157 : Part 31 : 1992 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 31 : Determination of adhesion to wire cord. failure results from the growth of a crack that ultimately severs the test piece. Price RM10 MS 1157 : Part 35 : 1991 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 35 : Determination of tension fatigue. using rubber bonded between four parallel plates. such as may be used for the development and control of materials and processes used in the manufacture of products reinforced with wire cord. This standard specifies a method for the determination of the strength of bonds of rubber to metal or other rigid plates where the rubber is assembled between four parallel rigid plates. at the test temperature. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method of test to determine the electrical resistance of antistatic and conductive articles and products manufactured wholly or in part. Method A uses the Dunlop tripsometer whereas method B uses the Luke pendulum. This standard is technically equivalent to ISO 4649 : 1985 except for the time sequence for the mixing procedure. Price RM20 MS 1157 : Part 27 : 1993 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 27 : Determination of rebound resilience. In cases of dispute. Price RM30 MS 1157 : Part 29 : 1992 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 29 : Determination of static adhesion to textile cord-H-pull test. such as may be used to provide data for the development of rubber compounds and control of methods of manufacture. Price RM20 MS 1157 : Part 34 : 1991 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 34 : Determination of ageing characteristics by measurement of stress at a given elongation. Price RM10 MS 1157 : Part 39 : 1991 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 39 : Preparation of samples and test pieces for chemical test. to similar cords for use in other rubber products. These methods are applicable primarily to test pieces prepared in the laboratory under standard conditions. lies between 30 IRHD and 85 IRHD. The method is applicable primarily to test pieces prepared in the laboratory under standard conditions. This Malaysian Standard describes a method for the determination of the resistance of vulcanized rubbers to fatigue under repeated tensile deformations. This Part of the standard specifies a method of preparing samples from vulcanized rubber for use in chemical test. Price RM10 MS 1157 : Part 24 : 1991 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 24 : Antistatic and conductive products . Method A describes the determination of the modulus in shear. The method involves determination of the volume loss of a rubber test piece through abrasive action by rubbing over a specified grade of abrasive cloth. It is applicable to cords made from natural or man-made fibres. This standard specifies two methods for determining the adhesion strength of vulcanized rubber to wire cord which is embedded in the rubber. This standard specifies methods for the determination of the modulus in shear or the strength of bonds of rubber to metal or other rigid plates. This Malaysian Standard describes two methods for determining the rebound resilience of rubber the hardness of which. Method B describes the determination of the strength of the bonds. Price RM10 MS 1157 : Part 19 : 1992 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 19 : Determination of adhesion to rigid plates in shear-quadruple shear method. The method is applicable primarily to test pieces prepared in the laboratory under standard conditions such as may be used to provide date for the development and control of rubber compounds and methods of manufacture of bonded shear units. Price RM20 MS 1157 : Part 38 : 1991 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 38 : Determination of adhesion to metal-two-plate method. Under these conditions.MS 1157 : Part 18 : 1992 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 18 : Determination of modulus in shear-quadruple shear method. Such determinations are of importance in the control of the quality of a rubber compound and in the calculation of the mass of rubber required to produce a given volume of vulcanized rubber. This Malaysian Standard describes three methods for the purpose of determining the ageing characteristics of the vulcanized rubber. if desired. when new does not exceed 1 x 108 and whose conductivity is derived from the addition of carbon black and/or other appropriate substances to the bulk of the material. the test piece size and frequency of cycling being such that there is little or no temperature rise.Determination of electrical resistance.

This standard is technically equivalent to ISO 6101-3 : 1997 except that the dissolution after ashing is carried out with concentrated nitric acid instead of concentrated hydrochloric acid and treatment for silicates is not included. Price RM20 MS 1449 : Part 3 : 1999 Rubber . humidity and time conditions used for the conditioning and testing of all types of rubber test piece.Specification of materials. Special conditions applicable to a particular test or material or simulating a particular climatic environment are not included. and their unvulcanized and vulcanized compounds.Determination of metal content by atomic absorption spectrometry : Part 5 : Determination of iron content Specifies an atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the iron content of rubbers.Determination of density between 5°C and 40°C This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the density of natural rubber latex concentrate between the temperatures of 5°C and 40°C. It also specifies the requirements for the time-interval to be observed between forming and testing of rubber test pieces and products. Such requirements are necessary to obtain reproducible test results and to minimize disagreement between customer and supplier. caused by crystallization. This method is restricted to rubbers with a hardness in the range of 55 IRHD to 95 IRHD.Determination of metal content by atomic absorption spectrometry : Part 6 : Determination of magnesium content Specifies an atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the magnesium content of rubbers. Specifies the compression flexometer test for the determination of the temperature rise and resistance to fatigue of vulcanized rubbers.Determination of crystallization effects by hardness measurements This Malaysian Standard specifies a test based on hardness measurements for determining the progressive stiffening of rubber with time. solid rubber water stops for sealing joints in concrete into which they are wholly or partly embedded. It supersedes MS 281 Part 8 : 1993. Price RM20 MS 1546 : 2002 Rubber . This standard is technically equivalent to ISO 6101-1991 except that the dissolution after ashing is carried out using concentrated nitric acid instead of concentrated hydrochloric acid and treatment for silicates is not included.Determination of metal content by atomic absorption spectrometry : Part 1 : Determination of zinc content Specifies an atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the zinc content of rubbers.Determination of volatile-matter content This Malaysian Standard specifies two methods. It supersedes MS 281 : Part 7 : 1993. Price RM10 MS 1449 : Part 1 : 1999 Rubber .Determination of solvent extract This Malaysian Standard specifies two methods for the quantitative determination of extractable material from raw rubbers. while method A is for use in cases of dispute. Price RM20 MS 1523 : 2001 Rubber . nor are special requirements for testing whole products. This standard is technically equivalent to ISO 6101-5 : 1990 except that the dissolution after ashing is carried out with concentrated nitric acid instead of concentrated hydrochloric acid and the treatment for silicates is not included. The standard is intended for use when density determinations are used to calculate the mass of a measured volume of latex in locations where it is not practical to weigh directly or to control the temperature of the laboratory. Price RM20 5 . It supersedes MS 281 : Part 9 : 1993. for the determination of moisture and other volatile-matter content in raw rubbers. Price RM10 MS 1568 : Part 7 : 2002 Rubber – Determination of metal content by atomic absorption spectrometry: Part 7: Determination of calcium content This part of Malaysian Standard specifies an atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the calcium content of rubbers. humidities and times for conditioning and testing This Malaysian Standard specifies the temperature. This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for materials used in vulcanized. Price RM10 MS 1157 : Part 41 : 1999 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 41 : Determination of temperature rise and resistance to fatigue in compression flexometer testing.MS 1157 : Part 40/2 : 1999 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 40/2 : Determination of abrasion resistance using abrasive wheel Specifies a method for the determination of the resistance of rubber to abrasion by means of an abrasive wheel. Price RM20 MS 1449 : Part 6 : 1999 Rubber . This standard supersedes MS 1359 : Part 2 : 1994. raw . Price RM20 MS 1292 : 1992 Specification for rubber seals-water stops for sealing joints in concrete . It is limited to materials having an initial hardness at test temperature of 10 IRHD to 85 IRHD. a hot-mill method and an oven method. both natural and synthetic. Price RM20 MS 1449 : Part 5 : 1999 Rubber . This standard supersedes MS 1157 : Part 13 : 1995. This standard is technically equivalent to ISO 6101-4 : 1997 except that the dissolution after ashing is carried out using concentrated nitric acid instead of concentrated hydrochloric acid and treatment for is not included. Price RM20 MS 1547 : 2002 Rubber latex . Price RM20 MS 1449 : Part 4 : 1999 Rubber .Determination of metal content by atomic absorption spectrometry : Part 4 : Determination of manganese content Specifies an atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the manganese content of rubbers. Method B is a rapid extraction method.Determination of metal content by atomic absorption spectrometry : Part 3 : Determination of copper content Specifies an atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the copper content of rubbers. Price RM10 MS 1524 : 2001 Rubber . Price RM10 MS 1548 : 2002 Rubbers.Temperatures.

vulcanised or thermoplastic-Determination of compression set at ambient. This standard supersedes MS 1157 : Part 10 : 1993. a lower compression strain is used: 15% for a normal hardness from 80 IRHD to 89 IRHD and 10% for a nominal hardness from 90 IRHD to 95 IRHD. compounded rubbers and vulcanizates. Price RM20 MS ISO 815 : 1998 Rubber. an artificial cut is made in the test piece to initiate cut growth. Price RM20 MS ISO 48 : 2002 Rubber. This Malaysian Standards specifies a method of use of a shearing disc viscometer for measuring the Mooney viscosity of uncompounded or compounded rubbers.N.Pictorial marking for handling goods This Malaysian Standard specifies a set of symbols conventionally used for marking of transport packages in their physical distribution chain to convey handling instructions. CH. L and M.Accelerated ageing and heat resistance tests This Malaysian Standard specifies accelerated ageing or heat resistance tests on vulcanized or thermoplastic rubbers. The method is applicable to all paper and board. This standard is identical with ISO 34-2 : 1996. This standard shall replace MS 1157 : Part 3 : 1989. This standard identical with ISO 813 : 1997 and it supersedes MS 1157 : Part 37 : 1991. the stress at a given stress means of specifying or determining the yield point are also given. This standard supersedes MS 1359 : Part 1 : 1994. This standard describes a method for the determination of the tensile stress-strain properties of vulcanized and thermoplastic rubbers. Price RM20 6 . This standard is identical with ISO 287 . compounded or vulcanized rubbers of the M. This Malaysian Standards specifies a method for determination the pre-vulcanization characteristics of compounded rubber. Price RM10 MS ISO 780 : 2001 Packaging . provided that the paper or board does not contain any substance. respectively: Methods CN. N.O. The prevulcanisation characteristics determined by this method provide a means of estimating how long compounded rubber can be maintained at high temperatures and remain processable. the elongation at break. 1 Mpa and 70°C. Method of test for vulcanized rubber Part 3 : Determination of tensile stress-strain properties. the development of such materials and the control of manufacturing processes.MS ISO 34-2 : 1999 Rubber. This standard supersedes MS 984 : 1985 Price RM20 MS ISO 813 : 1999 Rubber.1985 and it supersedes MS 126 : 1973. Price RM20 MS ISO 289-2 : 1998 Rubber. The symbols should be used only when necessary. vulcanized or thermoplastic . other than water. For determination of crack growth. Price RM10 MS ISO 289-1 : 1998 Rubber. The methods are: Method A: air-oven method using a cell-type oven or cabinet oven with low air speed and a ventilation of 3 to 10 changes per hour. The methods are intended to measured the ability of rubber of hardness within the range 10 IRHD to 95 IRHD to retain their elastic properties at specified temperature after prolonged compression at constant strain (where possible 25%) under one of the alternative sets of condition described. CL and CM. vulcanized or thermoplastic .Determination of hardness (hardness between 10 IRHD and 100 IRHD) This Malaysian Standard specifies four methods for the determination of the hardness of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubbers on flat surfaces: Method N Normal test Method H High-hardness test Method L Low-hardness test Method M Microtest and four methods for the determination of apparent hardness of curved surfaces using methods. including corrugated fibreboard and solid fibreboard. vulcanized or thermoplastic – Determination of adhesion to a rigid substrate – 90 ° peel method Specifies a method for the determination of the adhesive strength of a vulcanized or thermoplastic rubber bonded to a rigid substrate. Price RM20 MS ISO 188 : 2001 Rubber. and Method C: oxygen pressure method at 2. vulcanized or thermoplastic – Determination of tear strength . H. This method is not suitable for highhardness rubbers. Price RM20 MS ISO 37 : 1998 Rubber vulcanised or thermoplastic – Determination of tensile stress-strain properties This Malaysian Standard is identical with ISO 37 : 1994. elevated or low temperatures. The method is applicable primarily to test pieces prepared in the laboratory under standard conditions. elevated or low temperatures This Malaysian Standard specifies methods for determination of compression set characteristics of vulcanised and thermoplastic rubber at ambient . using a test piece comprising a strip of rubber bonded to a single plate of rigid material.Determination of flex cracking and crack growth (De Mattia) This Malaysian Standard specifies a method of test intended for use in comparing the resistance of rubbers to the formation and growth of cracks. The methods are applicable to raw. when subjected to repeated flexing on the De Mattia type machine. This Malaysian Standard is applicable to packages containing any kind of goods. vulcanized or thermoplastic . This standard supersedes MS 1157 : Part 4 : 1989. For rubber of hardness greater than 80 IRHD. Method B: air-oven method using a cabinet oven with forced air circulation by means of a fan and a ventilation of 3 to 10 changes per hour. Properties which may be determined are the tensile strength. This standard supersedes MS 1157 : Part A1 : 1995. but does not include instructions specific to the handling of dangerous goods. Price RM30 MS ISO 132 : 2002 Rubber. unvulcanized –Determinations using a shearing – disc viscometer – Part 1 : Determination of Mooney viscosity.Part 2 : Small (delft) test pieces Specifies a method for the determination of the tear strength of small test pieces (Delft test pieces) of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubber. unvulcanized –Determinations using a shearing – disc viscometer – Part 2: Determination of pre-vulcanization characteristics. that will escape at the temperature specified for the test. Price RM20 MS ISO 247 : 2001 Rubber : Determination of ash This Malaysian Standard specifies two methods for the determination of ash from raw rubbers.R and U families. such as may be used to provide data for the choice of rubber compounds or adhesive systems. Price RM10 MS ISO 287 : 1999 Paper and board – Determination of moisture content – oven – drying method Specifies an oven-drying method for the determination of the moisture content of paper and board at the time of sampling.

Temperature-retraction procedure (TR test) This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the temperature-retraction characteristics of extended vulcanized rubber.Preparation. Price RM10 MS ISO 3383 : 1998 Rubber-General directions for achieving elevated or subnormal temperatures for test purposes. Price RM10 MS ISO 1433 : 2000 Rubber.method B: extraction stain.. as defined in clause 3. conditions or equipment which differ from those specified in this Malaysian Standard may be required . such as petroleum derivatives. Price RM20 MS ISO 2285 : 1999 Rubber. under dynamic tensile strain. The method to be used is selected according to the magnitude of the dimension to be measured and to be desired accuracy. This standard is identical with ISO 1431-2 : 1994.MS ISO 1431-2 : 1999 Rubber. vulcanized or thermoplastic – Methods of test for staining in contact with organic material Specifies three methods for estimating the staining of organic finishes 9in the following called ‘organic material’) by vulcanized or thermoplastic rubber:. vulcanized or thermoplastic . and comparison of results should be limited to test pieces of similar size and shape.method A: contact and migration stain.B and C and one non-contact method designated D. Price RM10 MS ISO 3384 : 2002 Rubber.Determination of low-temperature characteristics .Determination of the effect of liquids This Malaysian Standard describes methods of evaluating the resistance of vulcanized thermoset or thermoplastic rubbers to the action of liquids by measurement of properties of the rubbers before and after immersion in test liquids.Determination of permeability to gases. This standard is identical with ISO 3865 : 1997. organic solvents and chemical reagents as well as reference test liquids.Preferred gradations of properties Lays down preferred numerical values for the gradation of various physical properties of solid vulcanized rubber determined in accordance with standard methods of test. vulcanized or thermoplastic . vulcanized .Measurement of resistivity This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements for the laboratory testing of the volume resistivity of specially prepared test pieces of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubber compounds rendered conducting or dissipative by the inclusion of carbon black or ionizable materials. The liquids concerned include current service liquids. vulcanized or thermoplastic – Resistance to ozone cracking . Price RM20 MS ISO 1817 : 2002 Rubber. vulcanized or thermoplastic . Price RM30 MS ISO 1853 : 2002 Conducting and dissipative rubbers. the requirements should be included in the method of test and supersede the requirements of this Malaysian Standard. to air containing a definite concentration of ozone and at a definite temperature in circumstances that exclude the effects of direct light. known as the Gehman test. This standard is identical with ISO 2393 : 1994. for determining the relative stiffness characteristics of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubbers over a temperature to approximately – 150°C.Part 2 : Dynamic strain test Specifies a method intended for use in estimating the resistance of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubbers to cracking when exposed. Antistatic properties may also be conferred on rubber materials by the incorporation of ionizable materials into the rubber mix. The standard is identical with ISO 1433: 1995. at a standard temperature to a specified strain which is maintained for a specified time at the same or at a specified higher temperature and then released at the standard temperature. Describes two procedures for measuring the permeability of rubber to gases under steady-state conditions. This standard is identical with ISO 1432 : 1988. mixing and vulcanization Equipment and procedures Specifies the equipment and procedures for the preparation. Two forms of test piece are permitted: cylindrical test pieces and rings. Price RM20 MS ISO 2921 : 2001 Rubber. This standard supersedes MS 1157 : Part 32 : 1991. vulcanized . Price RM20 MS ISO 2782 : 1999 Rubber. as specified in the rubber evaluation procedures. Price RM20 MS ISO 1432 : 2000 Rubber. The test is suitable for materials with a resistivity of less than 1010 Wm. designated A. For some tests-for example ageing testsspecial procedures. The test is intended to measure the ability of rubbers of hardness within the range 30 to 94 International Rubber Hardness Degrees (IRHD) to retain their elastic properties after extension. Malaysian Standard specifies 4 methods for the measurement of the dimensions of solid vulcanised or thermoplastic rubber test pieces or products for test purposes. vulcanised or thermoplastic – determination of dimensions of test pieces and product for test purposes. mixing and vulcanization of test mixes. It specifies general principles of the construction and operating of temperature controlled chambers for conditioning and/or testing . One uses a horizontal measuring device for measurements at constant pressure and the other uses a vertical measuring device for measurements at constant volume or constant pressure. vulcanized or thermoplastic – Determination of tension set at normal and high temperatures Specifies a method for determining the tension set characteristics of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubbers. Price RM20 MS ISO 3865 : 1999 Rubber. vulcanized or thermoplastic – Determination of low temperature stiffening (Gehman test) Specifies a static procedure. This standard is identical with ISO 2782 : 1995 and it supersedes MS 1157 : Part 15: 1993. Price RM20 MS ISO 4648 : 1998 Rubber. This standard supersedes MS 1157 : Part 20 : 1991.method C: penetration stain. Price RM10 MS ISO 2393 : 2000 Rubber test mixes . three contact methods. In such cases. Different shapes and sizes of test piece give different results. 7 . This standard is identical with ISO 2285 : 1988 and it supersedes MS 1157 : Part 2 : 1989. vulcanized . Malaysian Standard specifies general requirements for achieving elevated or subnormal temperatures in the testing of rubber and other elastometric materials.Determination of stress relaxation in compression at ambient and at elevated temperatures This Malaysian Standard specifies two methods for determining the decrease in counter force exerted by a test piece of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubber which has been compressed to a constant deformation and maintained thus at a predetermined test temperature. The results obtained by these procedures may be extrapolated to thicknesses of material different from that of the test piece providing the rubber is homogeneous and isotropic.

Price RM20 MS ISO 8013 : 2005 Rubber. to indirect solar radiation by modification of its spectral distribution with glass to simulate ageing of plastics behind building or automotive window glass (Method B). Ferry (WLF) equation may be more suitable to represent the change in the material as a function of time. or to solar radiation intensified by the use of Fresnel mirrors to achieve acceleration of the weathering processes (Method C). or cut from calendered sheets. Price RM30 8 . but for tests under stress or deformation (creep. appearance and physical properties resulting from exposure. b) a meter calibrated in IRHD. the test pieces being prepared following standard test condition. Price RM10 MS ISO 4665 : 2002 Rubber. namely Method A : Refractometric method for measuring the refractive index of transparent cast.Resistance to weathering This Malaysian Standard specifies methods for the exposure of rubber materials to natural or artificial weathering and methods for the determination of changes in colour. Price RM10 83.5 MPa (25 o o bar) and a working temperature between . Price RM20 MS ISO 877 : 2001 Plastics .for dimension less than 30mm and up to and including 100mm Method C – for dimension over 100 mm Method D – non-contact procedure for all dimensions Price RM10 MS ISO 4661-1 : 1998 Rubber. The hoses are designed for use up to a maximum pressure 2. Price RM20 MS ISO 11346 : 1999 Rubber.40 C and + 80 C. vulcanized – Determination of creep in compression or shear This standard specifies a method for the determination of creep in rubber continuously subject to compressive or to shear forces. This standard is identical with ISO 6471 : 1994. This standard is identical with ISO 11346 : 1997. vulcanized and thermoplastic . vulcanised or thermoplastic – Preparation of samples of samples and test pieces.Methods of exposure to direct weathering. Price RM20 MS ISO 7619 : 2000 Rubber – Determination of indentation hardness by means of pocket hardness meters Specifies a method for the determination of the indentation hardness of rubber by means of pocket hardness meters of two types: a) the Shore-type durometer. Then the Arrhenius equation is no longer the only possible model. moulded or sheet materials by means of a refractometer. This standard is identical with ISO 7619 : 1997 and it supersedes MS 1157 : Part 17 : 1993. for use in motor vehicles with liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) installations. vulcanized or thermoplastic – Estimation of life-time and maximum temperature of use from an arrhenius plot Describes the principles and procedures for estimating the life-time and maximum temperature of use of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubbers. The terms are listed alphabetically. This method is suitable for different tests on rubber. This Malaysian Standard specifies methods of preparing test pieces from vulcanised and thermoplastic rubber for use in physical tests on rubber specified in other Malaysia Standards. by measurement of the recovery of compressed test pieces. The purpose is to assess changes produced after specified stages of such exposures. Method B : Immersion method for determining the refractive index of powdered or granulated transparent materials by means of a microscope and making use of the Becke line phenomenon. injection or transfer under specified conditions. Price RM30 MS ISO 489 : 1998 Plastics – Determination of the refractive index of transparent plastics This standard specifies two methods of test for determining the refractive index of transparent plastics. Price RM20 MS ISO 6471 : 2000 Rubber. using an Arrhenius plot. up to a maximum bore of 20 mm. after the first 48 hours out of the mould. Price RM150 MS 1501 : 2000 Method of test for measuring shrinkage from mould dimensions of moulded plastics Intended to measure batch to batch uniformity in initial shrinkage from mould to moulded dimensions of eiher thermoplastic or thermosetting materials when moulded by compression. Landel.) physical (viscoelastic) changes of material cannot easily be separated from any chemical change.Part 1 : Physical tests. Price RM140 MS ISO 8789 : 2005 Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for liquefied petroleum gas in motor vehicle – Specification This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements for rubber hoses and hose assemblies. either by direct exposure to natural weathering (Method A). etc.080 Plastics MS 1440 : 1998 Glossary of terms for plastics This Malaysian Standard defines terms used in plastic industry. This test method does not provide for the measurement of shrinkages that may occur as moulded materials age. relaxation.Method A – for dimension less than 30mm Method B . The standard cannot be used for intermittent deformation of rubber. and to intensified weathering by daylight using Fresnel mirrors This Malaysian Standard specifies methods of exposing plastics to solar radiation. to weathering using glass-filtered daylight. and the Willams. Price RM10 MS ISO 844 : 1998 Cellular plastics – Compression test for rigid materials This standard specifies a method of test for determining the compressive strength and corresponding relative deformation or the compressive stress at 10 % relative deformation of rigid cellular plastics. vulcanized – Determination of crystallization effects under compression Specifies a method for the determination of the tendency of vulcanized rubbers to crystallization. Price RM90 MS ISO 9026 : 1998 Raw rubber or unvulcanized compounds – Determination of green strength This Malaysian Standards specifies a method for the determination of green strength of raw rubber or unvulcanized–rubber compounds using a tensile stress –strain test.

The ball indentation hardness determined by this method may provide data for research and development. loaded at mid-span. This standard specifies a method for the determination of tensile creep of rigid plastic materials in the form of test specimens such as those employed for the determination of tensile properties. Price RM20 MS 1421 : 2005 Test method for haze and luminous transmittance of transparent plastics (First revision) This Malaysian Standard covers the evaluation of specific lighttransmitting and wide-angle-light-scattering properties of planner sections of materials such as essentially transparent plastic.Method A using a nominal surface stress of 1. Price RM20 MS 1349 : 1994 Method of test for plastics – Determination of flexural properties of rigid plastics. This Malaysian Standard specifies methods for the determination of the susceptibility of ethylene plastics to environmental stress cracking when subjected to certain condition. Extrusion or moulded article. The range of applicability may be extended by the used of appropriate electrode systems and measuring devices. Procedures with various types of apparatus are described.01 Plastics in general MS 1271 : 1992 Method of test for plastics : Determination of hardness : Shore hardness. All procedures enable the operator to determine surface resistivity when residual charge is negligible. Two procedures are provided for the measurement of luminous transmittance and haze. wetting agents. Price RM10 MS 1272 : Part 1 : 1993 Method of test for plastics : Determination of hardness : Part 1 : Ball indentation method. facilitates the determination of significant residual charge. Price RM20 MS 1371 : 1995 Methods of test for environmental stress . or both. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of flexural properties of rigid non-reinforced and fibre-reinforced plastic materials. Price RM20 MS 1406 : 1996 Code of practice for system of tolerances for the dimension of plastics moulding.cracking of ethylene plastics. The method permits measurement either of the initial indentation or of the indentation after a specified period of time. Price RM10 MS 1465 : Part 1 : 1999 Method of test for determination of plastics resistivity : Part 1 : Surface resistivity Specifies a method for determining the electrical surface resistivity of plastics from the current flowing between two electrodes mounted on the surface of the material when a voltage is applied between them. It applies only to a simple.Method B using a nominal surface stress of 0. This test method covers the measurement of the seal strength of flexible barrier materials. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the indentation hardness of plastics by means of durometers of two types durometer type A is used for softer materials and durometer type D used for harder materials (see the note in clause 7. quality control and acceptance or rejection under specifications. The method is suitable for materials with a range of surface resistivity levels of 108 W or greater. This Part of standard specifies a method for determining the indentation hardness of plastics by means of the Rockwell hardness tester using the Rockwell M. using a circuit shown in Figure 5. This code of practice recommends a system of tolerances for dimensions of plastics mouldings produced from thermoplastics and thermosetting moulding materials by compression moulding. This Part of the standard specifies a method for determining the hardness of plastics and ebonite by means of a loaded ball indenter. Price RM10 MS 1272 : Part 2 : 1992 Method of test for plastics : Determination of hardness : Part 1 : Rockwell hardness. Price RM20 MS 1274 : 1992 Method of test for plastics : Determination of temperature of deflection under load. freely supported beam. Price RM40 MS 1441 : 1998 Method of test for seal strength of flexible barrier materials.80 MPa. moulded directly or cut from sheets. in the form of rectangular bars of standard on non-standard dimensions.080. Under certain conditions of stress and in the presence of environments such as soaps. oils or detergent.45 MPa. ethylene plastics may exhibit mechanical failure by cracking. This standard specifies two methods for the determination of temperature of deflection under load (bending stress) of plastics: .83. Price RM10 MS 1442 : 1998 Methods of test for the assessment of carbon black dispersion in polyethylene using a microscope. One procedure. Price RM20 MS 1345 : 1993 Method of test for plastics – Determination of tensile creep. Price RM20 9 . L and R hardness scales. moulded directly or cut from sheets or other shapes.2 of the standard). These methods describe procedures for assessing the uniformity of the dispersion of carbon black in a compound. . transfer moulding or injection moulding.

Price RM20 MS 1466 : 1999 Method of test for linear thermal expansion of solid materials by thermomechanical analysis Specifies a method for the determination of linear thermal expansion of solid materials using thermomechanical analysis techniques. The “through-the-thickness” moisture diffusion coefficient can be determined for single-phase material by assuming Fickian diffusion behaviour with constant moisture absorption properties through the thickness of the test specimen. Price RM20 MS 1469 : 1999 Specification for plastic lenses for automotive lamps Prescribes the specifications for the plastic lenses for automotive lamps. This standard is identical with ISO 75-1 : 1993. The method is unsuitable when the volume resistivity is below 107 W cm. using a nominal surface stress of 8.80 MPa.e. Price RM10 MS 1476 : 1999 Method of test for determining the carbon dioxide loss of plastics beverage containers Specifies a method for determining the carbon dioxide (CO2) loss from plastics beverage containers after a specified period of storage time. The temperature range may extended depending upon the instrumentation and calibration materials used. Price RM20 MS 1808 : 2005 Test method for indentation hardness of rigid plastics by means of a Barcol Impressor This Malaysian Standard covers the determination of indentation hardness of both reinforced and non-reinforced rigid plastics using a Barcol Impressor. Price RM20 MS ISO 75-1 : 1999 Plastics – Determination of temperature of deflection under load . The test method. This standard is identical with ISO 75-3 : 1993. The methods specified are suitable for assessing the behaviour of the different types of material at elevated temperature under load at a specified rate of temperature increase.MS 1465 : Part 2 : 1999 Method of test for determination of plastics resistivity : Part 2 : Volume resistivity Specifies a method for determining the electrical volume resistivity of plastics from the current flowing through the material when a voltage is applied to the opposite faces of a sheet of the material.Part 1 : General test method Specifies methods for the determination of the temperature of deflection under load (bending stress under three-point loading) of different types of material. This standard is identical with ISO 75-2 : 1993. Model No.Part 2 : Plastics and ebonite Specifies three methods for the determination of the temperature of deflection under load (bending stress) of plastics and ebonite: method A. containing internal or external standard calibration. 935. Price RM10 MS 1470 : 1999 Specification for PVC floor mats for motor vehicles Prescribes the specifications for floor mats made of PVC intended for use in motor vehicles. Price RM10 MS 1468 : 1999 Method of test for determining the 24-hour gas (air) space acetaldehyde content of freshly blown polyethylene terephthalate (pet) bottles Specifies a method for determining the 24 h gas-space acetaldehyde (AA) content of freshly blown polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles. It does not specify the complete lamps. Price RM20 MS 1467 : 1999 Method of test for determination of 2 % secant modulus for polyethylene films Specifies a method for calculating the 2 % secant modulus for polyethylene film less than 1.Part 3 : High-strength thermosetting laminates and long-fibrereinforced plastics Specifies a method for the determination of the temperature of deflection under load (bending stress) of high-strength thermosetting laminates and compression-moulded long-fibre-reinforced plastics. typically from 0. but a function (1/10) of the ultimate or specified load. may be used to identify the thermomechanical properties of plastics material or composition using a variety of dynamic mechanical instruments. the mass per unit of volume of loose material (powdered or granular material) that can be poured from a funnel of specified design. Price RM40 MS ISO 60 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of apparent density of material that can be poured from a specified funnel This standard specifies a method of determining the apparent density. This allows the method to be applied to materials with a wide range of strengths and bending moduli. Factors contributing to this pressure loss are volume expansion and the gas transport characteristics of the package including permeation and leakage. 934-1 and Model No.01 Hz to 100 Hz.45 MPa. using three-point bending techniques. using a nominal surface stress of 0. The standard is valid for a wide range of frequencies. Price RM10 MS ISO 75-3 : 1999 Plastics – Determination of temperature of deflection under load . This standard will facilitate modulus comparisons of similar materials by standardising the method for deriving the points on the stress-strain curve from which the calculations are performed.0 mm in thickness. is applicable to all PET bottles.Determination of water absorption This Standard describes procedures for determining the amount of water absorbed by plastic specimens of defined dimensions. This test method is applicable to solid materials that exhibit sufficient rigidity over the test temperature range such that the sensing probe does not produce indentation of the specimen and is applicable to the temperature range from – 120°C to 600°C. i. plates. The test load used is not a fixed load. method B. Price RM10 MS 1473 : 1999 Method of test for measuring the dynamic mechanical properties of plastics using three point bending Specifies the use of dynamic mechanical instrumentation for gathering and reporting the viscoelastic properties of thermoplastic and thermosetting resins and composite systems in the form of rectangular bars moulded directly or cut from sheets. The data generated.00 MPa. method C. as in part 2 of this International Standard. Price RM10 MS ISO 75-2 : 1999 Plastics – Determination of temperature of deflection under load . Price RM10 MS ISO 62 : 2001 Plastics . using a nominal surface stress of 1. when immersed in water or when subjected to humid air under controlled conditions. Lower values should be measured by the method given in BS 2044. or moulded shapes. Price RM10 10 .

plates or granules in addition to unfilled types.Determination of Charpy impact properties .Discoloration method This Malaysian Standard specifies two methods for the determination of the thermal stability of products and compounds based on vinyl chloride homopolymers and copolymers (referred to simply as PVC in the following text) by the extent of the discoloration that occurs when they are exposed. the type of test specimen and the type of notch. Different test parameters are specified according to the type of material. Different types of rod-shaped test specimen and test configuration. as well as test parameters depending on the type of material.Standard atmospheres for conditioning and testing Sets out specifications relating to the conditioning and testing of all plastics and all types of test specimens at constant atmospheric conditions which correspond to the average atmospheric conditions in laboratories. This standard supersedes MS 1270 : 1992. including filled and reinforced compounds. to elevated temperatures. The method applies to the following range of materials: rigid and semi-rigid [1] thermoplastic moulding and extrusion materials. Price RM30 MS ISO 176 : 2001 Plastics .Determination of Charpy impact properties . curve b. including compounds filled and reinforced by e. Method B : Immersion method for determining the refractive index of powdered or granulated transparent materials by means of a microscope and making use of the Becke line phenomenon.Method A : Oil-bath method . the type of test specimen and the type of notch. Price RM20 MS ISO 305 : 2001 Plastics . short fibres. related chlorine-containing homopolymers and copolymers and their compounds .Determination of loss of plasticizers . Dynamic effects such as load-cell/striker resonance. rigid and semi-rigid thermoplastic sheet. This standard supersedes MS 1346 : 1993. free from all external restraint.Determination of migration of plasticizers This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the tendency of plasticizers to migrate from plastics in which they are contained into other materials or other plastics when they are brought into close contact. A standard test specimen is defined but its length may be adjusted to prevent buckling under load from affecting the results. but parameters are included for alternative specimen sizes for use where appropriate. Several different types of test specimen are defined to suit different types of material which are detailed in subsequent parts of this Malaysian Standard. Price RM10 MS ISO 178 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of flexural properties This Malaysian standard specifies a method for determining the flexural properties of rigid and semi-rigid plastics under defined conditions. namely Method A : Refractometric method for measuring the refractive index of transparent cast.Methods of test for the determination of the effects of immersion in liquid chemicals This Malaysian Standard specifies a method of exposing test specimens of plastic materials. A number of different types of specimen and test configurations are defined. Price RM30 MS ISO 179-2 : 2002 Plastics . Price RM20 MS ISO 291 : 2000 Plastics . A number of different types of specimen and test configurations are defined. Price RM30 MS ISO 180 : 2002 Plastics . small rods.Determination of Izod impact This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for determining the Izod impact strength of plastics under defined conditions. in the presence of activated carbon. Price RM10 MS ISO 527 : Part 1 : 1994 Plastics – Determination of tensile properties: Part 1: General principles. This Malaysian Standard specifies the test general principles for determining the tensile properties of plastics and plastic composites under defined conditions. Price RM30 MS ISO 179-1 : 2002 Plastics . thermotropic liquid-crystal polymers.Part 2 : Instrumented impact test This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for determining Charpy impact properties of plastics from force-deflection diagrams.Determination of thermal stability of poly (vinyl chloride). A standard test specimen is defined. rigid and semi-rigid thermoses sheet. A range of test speeds is included. A range of test speeds in included.g. rigid and semi-rigid thermoses moulding materials. based upon the general principles. and Annex A). Different test parameters are specified according to the type of material. to liquid chemicals. Price RM10 MS ISO 604 : 2003 Plastics – Determination of compressive properties This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for determining the compressive properties of plastics under defined conditions. . Price RM10 MS ISO 177 : 2001 Plastics .Activated carbon method. in the form of sheet. This standard supersedes MS 1341 : 1993.MS ISO 175 : 2001 Plastics . This Malaysian Standard specifies two empirical methods for the quantitative determination of the loss of mass from a plastic material under defined conditions of time and temperature.Part 1 : Non-instrumented impact test This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for determining the Charpy impact strength of plastics under defined conditions. and methods for determining the changes in properties resulting from such immersion.Method B : Oven Price RM10 MS ISO 489 : 1998 Plastics – Determination of the refractive index of transparent plastics This standard specifies two methods of test for determining the refractive index of transparent plastics. Price RM30 11 . This Malaysian Standard specifies the test conditions for determining the tensile properties of moulding and extrusion plastics. Price RM20 MS ISO 527 : Part 2 : 1994 Plastics – Determination of tensile properties: Part 2 : Test conditions for moulding and extrusion plastics. test specimen resonance and initial-contact/inertia peaks are described (see Figure 1. moulded or sheet materials by means of a refractometer. the type of test specimen and the type of notch are defined in part 1 of ISO 179. The method is used to investigate the behaviour of specified types of specimen under the impact conditions defined and for estimating the brittleness or toughness of specimens within the limitations inherent in the test conditions.

Symbols and abbreviated terms: Part 2 : Fillers and reinforcing materials (First revision) This Malaysian Standard provides uniform symbols for terms referring to fillers and reinforcing materials. It can also be used to measure and report the viscosities of polymers in solution for which no separate standards exist.05 mm.MS ISO 844 : 1998 Cellular plastics – Compression test for rigid materials This standard specifies a method of test for determining the compressive strength and corresponding relative deformation or the compressive stress at 10 % relative deformation of rigid cellular plastics. titration and density gradient column method. It establishes the temperature at which there is a 50 % chance of failure in either unnotched or notched specimens. This standard specifies four methods for the determination of the density and relative density of non-cellular plastics in the from of sheet.5 mm and 0. Price RM10 MS ISO 1183 : 1995 Plastics .Part 1 : Tensile creep Specifies a method for determining the tensile creep of plastics in the form of standard test specimens under specified conditions such as those of pretreatment. and to prevent the interpretation of a given symbol in more than one way. Price RM20 MS ISO 899-2 : 1999 Plastics – Determination of creep behaviour . tube. Price RM20 MS ISO 1043-2: 2004 Plastics . The method utilises a statistical technique to quantify the brittleness failure temperature. Price RM20 MS ISO/R 1326 : 1995 Plastics . It includes. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the temperature at which plastics that are not rigid at normal ambient temperature exhibit brittle failure under specified impact conditions.Part 2 : Flexural creep by three-point loading Specifies a method for determining the flexural creep of plastics in the form of standard test specimens under specified conditions such as those of pretreatment.Determination of the burning behaviour of horizontal and vertical specimens in contact with a small flame ignition source. It defines the standard parameters that are applied to viscosity measurement. This method of test determines the afterflame/ afterglow times and damaged length of specimens. It applies only to a simple freely supported beam loaded at mid-span (three-pointloading test). and to prevent the interpretation of more than one meaning for a given symbol. This standard is identical with ISO 899-1 : 1993. This method provides a means of comparing the flammability of plastics in sheet or film form. and humidity. granules and pellets. Price RM20 MS ISO 1043-4 : 2004 Plastics – Symbols and abbreviated terms – Part 4 : Flame retardants This Malaysian Standard provides uniforms symbols for flame retardants added to plastics materials. This standard describes a method for determining the relative flammability and the burning rate of plastics in the form of sheets or films of thickness between 1. Price RM20 MS ISO 1043-1 : 2004 Plastics – Symbols and abbreviated terms : Part 1 : Basic polymers and their special characteristics (First revision) This Malaysian Standard gives uniform abbreviated terms for plastics and symbols for components of these terms. Price RM20 MS ISO 1210 : 1995 Plastics . in general. film. only those abbreviated terms that have come into established use. Price RM10 MS ISO 1043-3 : 2004 Plastics – Symbols and abbreviated terms : Part 3 : Plasticizers (First revision) This Malaysian Standard gives uniform symbols for components of terms relating to plasticizers to form abbreviated terms. temperature and humidity. pyknometer. Price RM20 MS ISO 868 : 2004 Plastics and ebonite – Determination of indentation hardness by means of a durometer (Shore hardness) This standard specifies a method for the determination of the indention hardness of plastics and ebonite by means of durometers of two types: type A is used for softer materials and type D for harder materials. This standard is identical with ISO 899-2 : 1993. The purpose of this Malaysian Standard is to prevent the occurrence of more than symbol for a given plasticizers.Determination of flammability and burning rate of plastics in the form of film. This standard specifies a small scale laboratory screening procedure for comparing the relative burning behaviour of vertically or horizontally oriented platic specimens exposed to a small-flame ignition source. Price RM30 MS ISO 1628-2 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of the viscosity of polymers in dilute solution using capillary viscosmeters – Part 2: Poly(vinyl chloride) resins This standard specifies conditions for the determination of the reduced viscosity (also known as viscosity number) and K-value of PVC resins. and can be used to develop standards for measuring the viscosities in solution of individual types of polymer. and its aim is both to prevent the occurrence of more than one symbol for a given filler or reinforcing materials. It includes only those symbols that have come into established use. and moulding powders. Price RM10 MS ISO 1628-1 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of the viscosity of polymers in dilute solution using capillary viscosmeters – Part 1: General principles This standard defines the general conditions for the determination of the reduced viscosity. intrinsic viscosity and K-Value of organic polymers in dilute solution. The symbols are written with the abbreviated term ”FR” and one or more succeeding code numbers are given in clause 5.Methods for determining the density and relative density of non-cellular plastics. moulded objects. and its aim is both to prevent the occurrence of more than one symbol for a given plastics term. It includes only those abbreviated terms that have come into established use. Price RM20 MS ISO 974 : 2003 Plastics – Determination of the brittleness temperature by impact This Malaysian Standard is identical with ISO 974:2000. or both. Price RM20 MS ISO 899-1 : 1999 Plastics – Determination of creep behaviour . The methods including immersion. The method permits measurement either of the initial indentation or of the identation after a specified period of time. It is applicable to resins in powder form which consist 12 .

of plastics that have been exposed to daylight behind glass. Specimens of types A and B are tensile test specimens from which. This Malaysian Standard specifies method for exposing specimens to xenon-arc light sources. these tensile specimens are referred to in this International Standard as multipurpose test specimens. This standard specifies a method of determining an apparent viscosity. by the Brookfield test method. Because they have such wide utility. It is applicable to all semi-crystalline polymers and their compounds. of vinyl chloride with one or more other monomers. It provides information to guide the reader in the use of the test procedures described in parts 2 and 3. Price RM20 MS ISO 3146 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of melting behaviour (melting temperature or melting range) of semi-crystalline polymers by capillary tube and polarizing-microscope methods (First revision) This standard specifies two methods for evaluating the melting behaviour of semi-crystalline polymers.Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources : Part 1 : General Guidance. natural weathering or light from a laboratory source.Determination for density and relative density by pyknometer method. This standard establishes the general principles and procedures to be followed when machining and notching test specimens from compression-moulded and injection-moulded plastics. specimens for a variety of other tests can be taken (see Annex A). This method is based on the changes in shape of the polymer. Price RM20 MS ISO 4582 : 2001 Plastics . This Malaysian Standard provides information and general guidance relevant to the selection and operation of the methods of exposure described in detail in subsequent parts..Determination of changes in colour and variations in properties after exposure to daylight under glass. natural weathering or laboratory light sources (First revision) Describes procedures used to determine changes in colour and other appearance properties. This method is based on changes in the optical properties of the. Price RM20 MS ISO 4892-2 : 1998 Plastics-Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources –Part 2 : Xenon-arc sources. Price RM10 MS ISO 2039-1 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of hardness – Part 1: Ball indention method This standard specifies a method for the determining the hardness of plastics and ebonite by means of a loaded ball indenter. This standard is identical with ISO 45891 : 1996. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for determining the strength and deformation properties of flexible cellular materials when a test piece is extended at a constant rate until it breaks. This Malaysian Standard specifies method for exposing specimens to different types of fluorescent UV lamp.Determination of apparent viscosity by the Brookfield test method. Price RM20 MS ISO 4607 : 1995 Plastics – Method of exposure to natural weathering. Price RM20 MS ISO 2578 : 1995 Plastics .) and other substances added during the course of the polymerisation Price RM20 MS ISO 1675 : 1995 Plastics . plates and partially finished or wholly finished products. but where vinyl chloride is the main constituent. etc. catalyst residues. of resins in a liquid or similar state. The resins may contain small amount of unpolymerised substances (e. Method B: Polarizing microscope. terpolymers.Liquid resins . Price RM20 MS ISO 4892-1 : 1998 Plastics . Method A: Capillary tube. Price RM20 MS ISO 4892-4 : 1998 Plastics-Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources –Part 4 : Open flame carbon-arc lamps. and variations in mechanical or other properties. etc. Price RM20 MS ISO 3167 : 2003 Plastics – Multipurpose test specimens This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements relating to multipurpose test specimens for plastic moulding materials intended for processing by injection or direct compression moulding. emulsifying or suspending agents. This standard supersedes MS ISO 3167: 2000. Price RM20 MS ISO 4892-3 : 1998 Plastics-Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources –Part 3 : Fluorescent UV lamps. Price RM20 13 .Determination of time temperature limits after prolonged exposure to heat. Price RM30 MS ISO 2818 : 1995 Plastics Preparation of test specimens by machining. This standard describes procedures for exposing plastics to natural weathering in order to assess changes produced after specified stages of such exposure. This Malaysian Standard specifies method for exposing specimens to open flame carbon-arc lamps. This standard specifies the principles and procedures for evaluating the thermal endurance properties of plastics exposed to elevated temperature for long periods. It is applicable to polymers containing a birefringent crystalline phase. Price RM10 MS ISO 1798 : 1998 Flexible cellular polymeric materials-Determination of tensile strength and elongation break. with simple machining. The exposures are conducted under conditions described in specific exposure standards. The procedure used to analyse data depends on whether the test used to characterize the materials being exposed is destructive or nondestructive. This standard specifies a method for the determination of the density of liquid resins using a pyknometer of known volume.of homo-polymers of the monomer vinyl chloride and copolymers. This standard supersedes MS ISO 4582 : 1995 Price RM30 MS ISO 4589-1 : 2000 Plastics – Determination of burning behaviour by oxygen index – Part 1 : Guidance Constitutes s guidance document for the OI test. extruded sheets.g.Resins in the liquid state or as emulsions or dispersions . using one of the types of rotational viscometer described in this standard. Price RM20 MS ISO 2555 : 1995 Plastics .

using differential scanning calorimetry (DSC).MS ISO 6252 : 1999 Plastics – Determination of environmental stress cracking (esc) – Constant-tensile-stress method Specifies methods for the determination of environmental stress cracking (ESC) of plastics when they are subjected to a constant tensile force in the presence of chemical agents. Price RM20 MS ISO 13468-1 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of the total luminous transmittance of transparent materials – Part 1: Single-beam instrument This standard covers the determination of the total luminious transmittance. The tests can be described as tensile tests at comparatively high rates of straining. Price RM20 MS ISO 11357-5 : 2004 Plastics – Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) – Part 5 : Determination of characteristic reaction-curve temperatures and times. The kind and percentage of extractable matter influence the properties of plastics. Price RM20 MS ISO 11357-2 : 2003 Plastics – Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) – Part 2: Determination of glass transition temperature This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the characteristic glass transition temperatures of amorphous and semi-crystalline plastics.Thermogravity of polymers – Temperature scanning method. The method applies to monomers. This Malaysian Standard defines the general conditions for making thermogravimetric measurements on polymers. Price RM30 MS ISO 7111 : 1998 Plastics. Price RM30 MS ISO 11357-1 : 1999 Plastics – Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) – Part 1 : General principles Specifies a method for the thermal analysis of polymers such as thermoplastics and thermosetting plastics. The material may contain fillers and/or initiators in the solid or liquid state Price RM20 MS ISO 11357-6 : 2004 Plastics – Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) – Part 6 : Determination of oxidation induction time This standard specifies a method for the determination of the oxidation-induction time (OIT) of polymeric materials by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). Price RM20 MS ISO 11357-7 : 2004 Plastics – Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) – Part 7 : Determination of crystallization kinetics This standard specifies two methods. under defined conditions. It is applicable to test specimens prepared by moulding and/or machining and can be used both for the assessment of ESC of plastics materials exposed to different environments. using instruments for measuring force and deflection. using a double- 14 . This standard is identical with ISO 6252 : 1992. Price RM30 MS ISO 6603-2 : 2003 Plastics . for studying the crystallization kinetics of partially crystalline polymers using differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). These determinations are dealt with in parts 2 to 7 of this standard. The extractable components can be monomers. in the visible region of the spectrum. This standard cannot be used for plastics which contain flluorecent materials. Different types of test specimens and test conditions are defined. films and sheets not exceeding 10 mm in thickness. recorded at a nominally constant striker velocity.1 and figure 3). and for the determination of ESC of different plastics materials exposed to a specific environment. This standard is identical with ISO 8256 : 1990. Price RM20 MS ISO 13468-2 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of the total luminous transmittance of transparent materials – Part 2: Double-beam instrument This standard covers the determination of the total luminous trasmittance. It is only applicable to melted polymers. including moulding materials and composite materials. of planar transparent and substantially colourless plastics. using a single-beam photometer with a specified CIE standard light source and photodetector. of planar transparent and substantially collourless plastics. Various determinations can be made on polymers by using differential scanning calorimetry. etc. This standard is identical with ISO 11357-1 : 1997. plasticizers. such as discs or square pieces. either as raw materials or as finished products. enthalpy of reaction and degree of conversion This standard specifies a method for the determination of reaction temperatures and times. isothermal and non-isothermal. Price RM20 MS ISO 6603-1 : 2003 Plastics – Determination of puncture impact behaviour of rigid plastics – Part 1: Non-instrumented impact testing This Malaysian Standard specifies methods for the determination of puncture-impact properties of rigid plastics in the form of flat test specimens. Price RM10 MS ISO 8256 : 1999 Plastics – Determination of tensile-impact strength Specifies two methods for the determination of the energy required to rupture test specimens of plastics under a specified tensile-impact velocity. It is applicable to polyolefin resins that are in a fully stabilised/compounded form. Price RM20 MS ISO 11357-3 : 2003 Plastics – Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) – Part 3: Determination of temperature and enthalpy of melting and crystallization. polymers. This standard is applicable to transparent moulding materials. Specimens may be moulded directly. stabilizers. in the visible region of the spectrum. enthalpies of reaction and degrees of conversion using differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). is necessary for detailed characterization of the impact behaviour. Price RM20 MS ISO 6427 : 1997 Plastics – Determination of matter extractable by organic solvents (Conventional method) This standard specifies method for the determination of components in plastic that can be extracted by hot organics liquids near their boiling points.Determination of puncture impact behaviour of rigid plastics – Part 2: Instrumented impact testing This Malaysian Standard specifies methods for the determination of puncture-impact properties of rigid plastics in the form of flat test specimens. It is applicable if a force-deflection or force-time diagram. prepolymers in the solid or liquid state. It may be applicable to other plastics. Different parameters are specified depending on the type of test specimen (see 6. cut from sheets or taken from finished products. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the temperature and enthalpy of melting and crystallization of crystalline or semi-crystalline plastics.

The average molecular mass and the molecular mass distribution are calculated from a calibration curve constructed using polymer standards. Price RM20 MS ISO 17281 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of fracture toughness (GIC and KIC) at moderately high loading rates (1 m/s) This standard provides guidelines for determining the fracture toughness of plastics in the crack-opening mode (Mode I) by a linear elastic fracture mechanics (LEMF) approach. The average molecular mass and the molecular mass distribution are calculated using a universal calibration curve instead of the conventional calibration curve. This standard specifies a method for the determination of tensile creep of rigid plastic materials in the form of test specimens such as those employed for the determination of tensile properties. aminoplastics. moulded directly or cut from sheets. Price RM20 MS 1349 : 1994 Method of test for plastics .The methods are suitable for the determination of water content as low as the following levels: Method A (0. namely three-point-bending tests and compact-specimen tensile tests in order to suit different types of equipment available or different types of materials. Price RM30 MS ISO 14782 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of haze for transparent materials This standard specifies a method for the measurement of haze.Tension fatigue crack propagation – Linear elastic fracture mechanics (LEFM) approach This standard specifies a method for measuring the propagation of a crack in a notched specimen subjected to a cyclic tensile load varying between a constant positive minimum and a constant positive maximum value. Two test methods with cracked specimens are defined.1 % or better).beam scanning spectro-photometer. Price RM30 MS ISO 16014-2 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of average molecular mass and molecular mass distribution of polymers using size-exclusion chromatography – Part 2: Universal calibration method This standard specifies a method for determining the average molecular mass and the molecular mass distribution of polymers using size-exclusion chromatography (SEC). in the form of rectangular bars of standard on non-standard dimensions.Determination of flexural properties of rigid plastics. Price RM20 MS ISO 16014-3 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of average molecular mass and molecular mass distribution of polymers using size-exclusion chromatography – Part 3: Low-temperature method This standard specifies a method for determining the average molecular mass and the molecular mass distribution of polymers by size-exclusion chromatography (SEC) using an organic eluent at a temperature lower than 60 °C. Price RM20 MS ISO 16014-4 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of average molecular mass and molecular mass distribution of polymers using size-exclusion chromatography – Part 4: High-temperature method This standard specifies a method for determining the average molecular mass and the molecular mass distribution of polymers by size-exclusion chromatography (SEC) using an organic eluent at a temperature between 60 °C and 180 °C. It is applicable only to thermosetting materials based upon phenolics. melamine phenolics. Method B (0.10 Thermosetting materials MS 1336 : 1993 Method of test for plastics-compression moulding test specimens of thermosetting materials. films and sheets not exceeding 10 mm in thickness. Price RM20 MS ISO 15850 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of tension. The test results include the crack length as a function of the load cycles and the crack length increase rate as a function of the stress intensity factor and energy release rate at the crack tip. This standard cannot be used for plastics whuch contain fluorescent materials. Price RM30 83. This Malaysian Standard specifies the principles for determining the fracture toughness plastics in the crack-opening mode (mode I) under defined conditions. Price RM20 15 . and Method C (0. an optical property resulting from wide-angle scattering of light. at load-point displacement rates up to 1 m/s. and should remain below the level specified in the approprite material standard. loaded at mid-span. The possible occurrence of discontinuities in crack propagation is detected and reported. Price RM30 MS ISO 16014-1 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of average molecular mass and molecular mass distribution of polymers using size-exclusion chromatography – Part 1: General principles This standard specifies a general method for determining the average molecular mass and the molecular mass distribution of polymers using size-exclusion chromatography (SEC). It applies only to a simple. expoxides and unsaturated polyesters.01 % or better. Price RM20 MS 1345 : 1993 Method of test for plastics . in transparent and substantially colourless plastics. Price RM20 MS ISO 15512 : 2004 Plastics – Determination of water content This standard specifies methods for the determination of the water content of plastics in the form of granules and finished articles. The average molecular mass and the molecular mass distribution are calculated from a calibration curve constructed using polymer standards. This method is applicable to the measurement of haze values of less than 40 %.Determination of tensile creep. Water content is an important parameter for processing materials.080. Price RM20 MS ISO 13586 : 2003 Plastics – Determination of fracture toughness (GIC KIC) – Linear elastics fracture mechanics (LEFM) approach This Malaysian Standard is identical with ISO 13586:2000. This standard is applicable to transparent moulding materials. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of flexural properties of rigid non-reinforced and fibre-reinforced plastic materials. The average molecular mass and the molecular mass distribution are calculated from a calibration curve constructed using polymer standards. This standard specifies the general principles and the procedures to be followed for the preparation of test specimens from thermosetting compounds moulded under heat and pressure and for the establishment of comparable test reports from different testing organizations. freely supported beam. moulded directly or cut from sheets or other shapes.01 % or better.

the type D1 and D2 ISO moulds. Price RM20 MS 1343 : Part 1 : 1993 Method of test for plastics-amorphous thermoplastics Preparation of test specimens with a specified maximum reversion : Part 1 : Bars. Specifies a method for the determination of residual vinyl chloride monomer by gas chromatography in homopolymer and copolymer resins of vinyl chloride. It is not applicable to fibre reinforced thermoplastics or cellular plastics. Price RM10 MS 1269 : 1992 Method of test for plastics : Determination of vicat softening temperature of thermoplastics. This Malaysian Standard specifies methods for the determination of the susceptibility of ethylene plastics to environmental stress – cracking when subjected to certain condition. Price RM10 MS ISO 294-3 : 2002 Plastics . This Part of standard specifies procedures for the preparation of test specimens with predominantly monoaxial orientation in the form of rectangular plates. Price RM10 MS 1267 : 1992 Method of test for plastics : Determination of the Melt Flow Index of thermoplastics.Injection moulding of test specimens of thermoplastics materials . Price RM20 MS 1371 : 1995 Methods of test for environmental stress – cracking of ethylene plastics. This Malaysian Standard supersedes MS 1012:1986. Price RM20 MS 1013 : 1986 Method of test for residual vinyl chloride monomer (Gas Chromatographic Method).Part 1 : General principles. Price RM30 MS ISO 294-2 : 2002 Plastics .Injection moulding of test specimens of thermoplastics materials .Injection moulding of test specimens of thermoplastics materials . The ignition loss can be considered to be the resin content within the limitation of 4. i.e. as well as materials and articles made from resins. and moulding of multipurpose and bar test specimens This Malaysian Standard specifies the general principles to be followed when injection moulding test specimens of thermoplastic materials and gives details of mould designs for preparing two types of specimen for use in acquiring reference data. The moulds may additionally be fitted with inserts for 83.080. It provides a basis for establishing reproducible moulding conditions. Cellular plastic materials and fibre-containing plastic materials are excluded. ethylene plastics may exibit mechanical failure by cracking.Part 3 : Small plates This Malaysian Standard specifies two two-cavity moulds. oils or detergent. Price RM40 MS 1334 : 1993 Method of test for plastics-compression moulding test specimens of thermoplastics materials.4 and theoretical chlorine content of 56. These resins have a nominal specific gravity of 1. welting agents. Under certain conditions of stress and in the presence of environments such as soaps. The determination of the melt flow index MFI according to this standard is used for assessing the fluidity of thermoplastics under specified conditions of pressure and temperature. The values stated in SI units are to regarded as the standard. the type C ISO mould. This standard specifies the general principles and the procedures to be followed with thermoplastics in the preparation of compressionmoulded test specimens may be machined or stamped.8 %.Part 2 : Small tensile bars This Malaysian Standard specifies a four-cavity mould. Price RM30 16 . made from rigid amorphous thermoplastic material. This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for white and yellow reflectorized thermoplastic road marking materials that are applied to the road surface in a molten state by mechanical means.20 Thermoplastic materials MS 1012 : 2003 Specification for poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) resins (First revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements for poly(vinyl chloride) homopolymer resins produced by suspension polymerisation. This Part of standard specifies procedures for the preparation of test specimens of amorphous thermoplastic materials in the form of bars with a specified level of uniaxial molecular orientation which is characterized by determination of the maximum reversion. The fluidity of high polymers is dependent on the rate of shear. for the injection moulding of small plates measuring 60 mm x 60 mm with a preferred thickness of 1 mm (type D1) or 2 mm (type D2) which can be used for a variety of tests (see Annex A). Price RM10 MS 1343 : Part 2 : 1993 Method of test for plastics-amorphous thermoplastics Preparation of test specimens with a specified maximum reversion : Part 2 : Plates.MS 1813 : 2005 Standard test methods for ignition loss of cured reinforced resins This Malaysian Standard covers the determination of the ignition loss of cured reinforced resins.2. for the injection moulding of small tensile bars measuring > 60 mm x 10 mm x 3 mm (the type 4 test specimen in ISO 8256 : 1990). multipurpose test specimens as specified in ISO 3167 and 80 mm x 10 mm x 10 mm x 4 mm bars. This Malaysian Standard specifies two methods for the determination of the Vicat softening temperature of thermoplastic materials: Price RM10 MS 1303 : Part 1 : 1993 Specification for thermoplastics road marking materials : Part 1 : Requirements. Price RM20 MS ISO 294-1 : 2002 Plastics .

Suitable test specimens [MS ISO 527-2 type 1BA tensile test specimens or type 1 (80 mm x 10 mm) bars] are then machined or die-cut from the plates and used to obtain information on the anisotropy of the thermoplastic parts. Price RM20 MS ISO 2898-1 : 2001 Plastics .Determination of tensile properties : Part 1 : General principles. Price RM10 MS ISO 2580-2 : 1999 Plastics – Acrylonitrile/butadiene/styrene (ABS) moulding and extrusion materials . Price RM20 MS ISO 527 : Part 2 : 1994 Plastics . which maybe used as the basis for specifications.Part 2 : Preparation of test specimens and determination of properties Specifies the methods of preparation of test specimens and the test methods to be used in determining the properties of PS-I moulding and extrusion materials. Price RM20 MS ISO 2897-1 : 2001 Plastics . to protect operators from risk presented by both methods. free from plasticizers or additives.Polypropylene (PP) and propylene-copolymer thermoplastics : Part 1 : Designation. Price RM20 MS ISO 1873 : Part 1 : 1994 Plastics . it may be used also the simultaneous determination of other volatile aromatic hydrocarbon in polystyrene.Part 2 : Preparation of test specimens and determination of properties Specifies the methods of preparation of test specimens and the test methods to be used in determining the properties of PVC-P moulding and extrusion materials. Price RM10 MS ISO 2897-2 : 1999 Plastics – Impact-resistant polystyrene (PS-I) moulding and extrusion materials . It is applicable both to styrene homopolymers and to butadiene modified polystyrene. Several different types of test specimen are defined to suit different types of material which are detailed in subsequent parts of this Malaysian Standard. Requirements for handling test material and for conditioning both the test material before moulding and the specimens before testing are given here. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of the residual styrene monomer in polystyrene by gas chromatography. This Malaysian Standard specifies procedures for moulding test specimens of polypropylene materials under specified moulding conditions and methods for measuring their properties. in admixture with nitrogen. and method B (combustion in a flask).Impact-resistant polystyrene (PS-l) moulding and extrusion materials . This standard is identical with ISO 2897-2 : 1994.Part 1 : Designation system and basis for specifications This part of MS ISO 2898 establishes a system of designation for plasticized thermoplastic material which may be used as the basis for specifications. Price RM10 MS ISO 1873 : Part 2 : 1994 Plastics .Part 2 : Preparation of test specimens and determination of properties Specifies the methods of preparation of test specimens and the test methods to be used in determining the properties of ABS moulding and extrusion materials. based upon the general principles. This Malaysian Standard specifies the test conditions for determining the tensile properties of moulding and extrusion plastics. Price RM10 MS ISO 2561 : 1998 Plastic –Determination of residual styrene monomer in polystyrene by gas chomatography. which may be used as the basis for specifications. Price RM20 MS ISO 527 : Part 1 : 1994 Plastics . Requirements for handling test material and for conditioning both the test material before moulding and the specimens before testing are given here. particularly those mentioned in the text of the present Malaysian Standard. namely: method A (combustion in a bomb). Requirements for handling test material and for conditioning both the test material before moulding and the specimens before testing are given here. This Malaysian Standard specifies two methods for the determination of the chlorine content of homopolymers and copolymers of vinyl chloride. which may be used as the basis for specification. Price RM10 MS ISO 2580 : Part 1 : 1994 Plastics .Determination of tensile properties : Part 2 : Test conditions for moulding and extrusion plastics. that will support combustion of small vertical test specimens under specified test 17 . Price RM20 MS ISO 4589-2 : 2000 Plastics – Determination of burning behaviour by oxygen index – Part 2 : Ambient-temperature test Specifies methods for determining the minimum concentration of oxygen.Part 1 : Designation system and basis for specifications. This Malaysian Standard establishes a system of designation for propylene (PP) thermoplastic materials.Plasticized poly (vinyl chloride) (PVC-P) moulding and extrusion materials . Price RM10 MS ISO 2898-2 : 1999 Plastics – Plasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-P) moulding and extrusion materials . Price RM10 MS ISO 1158 : 2002 Plastics – Vinyl chloride homopolymers and copolymers – Determination of chlorine content WARNING – All precautions shall be taken.Polypropylene (PP) and propylene-copolymers thermoplastics : Part 2 : Preparation of test specimens and determination of properties. This standard is identical with ISO 2580-2 : 1994. This part of MS ISO 2897 establishes a system of designation for impact-resistant polystyrene (PS-l) thermoplastic materials. This Malaysian Standard specifies the test general principles for determining the tensile properties of plastics and plastic composites under defined conditions. Price RM20 MS ISO 294-5 : 2004 Plastics – Injection moulding of test specimens of thermoplastic materials – Part 5: Preparation of standard specimens for investigating anisotropy This standard specifies a two-cavity mould (designated the type F ISO mould) for the injection moulding of 80 mm x 90 mm plates with a preferred thickness of 3 mm.studying the effects of weld lines on the mechanical properties (see Annex B).Acrylonitrile/Butadiene/Styrene (ABS) moulding and extrusion materials : Part 1 : Designation This Malaysian Standard establishes a system of designation for arcylonitrile/butadiene/styrene (ABS) thermoplastic materials.

c) the compression. and molded flexible cellular products known as urethane foams which may be generally defined as an expanded cellular product produced by the interaction of active hydrogen compounds. Price RM20 MS ISO 8985 : 2000 Plastics – Ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer (EVAC) thermoplastics – Determination of vinyl acetate content Specifies two categories of method for the determination of the vinyl acetate (VAC) content of ethylene/vinyl acetate (EVAC) copolymers. This standard may involve hazardous materials. The results are defined as oxygen index values.Polycarbonate (PC) moulding and extrusion materials . At present . This part of MS ISO 7391 establishes a system of designation for polycarbonate thermoplastic material.Part 1 : Designation system and basis for specifications. “bulk” and “emulsion” polymerisation processes. Control of these characteristics can help to ensure consistency of supply and predictable processing behaviour. operations. Requirements for handling test material and for conditioning both the test material before moulding and the specimens before testing are given here. Price RM30 MS 1809 : 2005 Test methods for flexible cellular materials – Slab. Price RM20 MS ISO 7391-2 : 1999 Plastics – Polycarbonate (PC) moulding and extrusion materials . Price RM40 MS 1871 : 2005 Flexible cellular polymeric materials – Determination of compression set This Malaysian Standard applies three methods for determining the compression set of flexible cellular materials. This standard is identical with ISO 4613-2 : 1995. Methods for other materials will be added as required. bonded and moulded urethane foams These Malaysian Standard apply to slab.Part 2 : Preparation of test specimens and determination of properties Specifies the methods of preparation of test specimens and the test methods to be used in determining the properties of E/VAC moulding and extrusion materials. Requirements for handling test material and for conditioning both the test material before moulding and the specimens before testing are given here.Part 2 : Preparation of test specimens and determination of properties Specifies the methods of preparation of test specimens and the test methods to be used in determining the properties of polycarbonate moulding and extrusion materials. b) the apparent density. such as may be used to provide data for the development of rubber compounds and control of methods of manufacture. and e) the dimensional stability of cellular plastics such as polystyrene and polyurethane. Price RM10 MS 1332 : 1993 Methods of test for flexible cellular materials-slabs-bonded and molded urethane foams. bonded and molded flexible cellular products known as urethane foams. This standard is identical with ISO 7391-2 : 1996. which may be used as the basis for specifications.conditions. Urethane foam may be generally defined as an expanded cellular product produced by the interaction of active hydrogen compounds. d) the cross-breaking strength. the other as ‘test methods’. water and isocynates. This standard is identical with ISO 8985 : 1998. This method consists of maintaining the test pieces under specified conditions of time. for use in the designation of such copolymers in accordance with ISO 4613-1 : 1997. this standard applies only to latex and polyurethane foams of thickness greater than 2 mm. This standard is identical with ISO 4589-2 : 1996. Price RM30 MS ISO 4610 : 2004 Plastics – Vinyl chloride homopolymer and copolymer resins – Sieve analysis using air-jet sieve apparatus This standard specifies a method for the determination of the retention and particle size distribution of preferably free-flowing vinyl chloride homopolymer and copolymer resins prepared by the “suspension”. Price RM10 83. Price RM30 test pieces prepared in the laboratory under standard conditions. Price RM20 MS ISO 4613-2 : 1999 Plastics – Ethylene/vinyl acetate (e/vac) moulding and extrusion materials . One category is referred to as ‘reference methods’. Price RM20 MS 1872 : 2005 Flexible cellular polymeric materials – Determination of compression set under humid conditions This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for determining the compression set of flexible cellular materials under humid conditions. Price RM10 MS ISO 7391-1 : 2001 Plastics . The method is applicable primarily to 18 . These methods apply to slab. Price RM50 MS 1528 : Part 1 : 2001 Methods of test for rigid cellular plastics materials : Part 1 : Methods 1 to 5 This Malaysian Standard describes five methods of test applicable to rigid cellular products for determining: a) the dimensions. bonded. and equipment. temperature. using the adhesion system under investigation. humidity and constant compressive strain and determining the effect on the thickness of the test piece after a specified recovery period.100 Cellular materials MS 1157 : Part 38 : 2005 Methods of test for vulcanized rubber : Part 38 : Determination of adhesion to metal – Two-plate method This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for determining the adhesion strength of rubber-to-metal bonds where the rubber part is assembled between two parallel metal plates.

140 Rubber and plastics products MS 672 : 1999 Specification of rubber seals in water supply. In this standard the term ’low-pressure thermosetting resins’ relates to resins which cure at or above room temperature either without loss of reaction products or which are not significantly altered by loss of reaction products during cure and which can be processed with a pressure up to 3. calculates reinforcement or matrix content (by weight or volume) based on the measured thickness of the laminate. resin bonded. low-pressure laminated plates or panels for test purposes. This standard supersedes MS 679 : 1980. humidity and speed of testing. Price RM20 MS 1151 : Part 1 : 2005 Plastics – Film and sheeting – Determination of tear resistance – Part 1 : Trouser tear method (First revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies a method of determining the tear resistance of plastic film or sheet less than 1 mm thick. Price RM20 MS 1811 : 2005 Test method for short-beam strength of polymer matrix composite materials and their laminates. Price RM20 MS 1418 : 1997 Specification for glass fibre . in the form of standard trouser-shaped test specimens. NOTE 1.00 mm [0. Interchangeability and installation including reference to seat fastening bolts are considered. alcohols.25 in. rigid . design. tested under defined conditions of pre-treatment.] thick. Tubing and hoses specified in this standard should not be used for gas cutting and allied processes using oxygen. Price RM10 MS ISO 1926 : 1997 Cellular Plastics . This Malaysian Standard does not include mattresses with interiors made from shredded latex foam rubber. This standard specifies a method of determining the behaviour of rigid cellular plastics materials when they are subjected to a tensile stress. Method II applicable only to laminate materials of known fiber areal weight. NOTE 2. The standard does not specify the physical dimensions or hardness requirements. alcohols and alcoholsgasoline mixtures. atmospheric-type tanks of glass-fibre-reinforced plastics that are intended for the underground storage of the petroleum-based flammable and combustible liquids.Flexural tests . This standard supersedes MS 672 : 1980.MS ISO 1209-2 : 1997 Cellular plastics. dimensions and performance test requirements including impact resistance and rigidity of the seat and cover. alcohols-blended fuels. Method II is not applicable to the measurement of void volume. Price RM10 MS 1504 : 2000 Method of test for determination of thickness for flexible plastics laminates Specifies a method for the determination of thickness of flexible plastics laminates by mechanical scanning method. This standard specifies a method of test for determining the flexural strength and the apparent flexural modulus of the elasticity of rigid cellular plastics. alcohols and combustible liquids. The beam is loaded in three-point bending. This standard specifies the procedure for the preparation of test plates or panels by bonding glass cloth or mats with low-pressure thermosetting resins. modify the method in accordance with the variation described in Clause 8. The standard also specifies requirement for seals which incorporate root growth inhibitor and which are only intended for the conveyance of sewage or storm water. Price RM40 MS 679 : 1999 Specification for latex foam rubber mattresses for domestic and general use (First revision) Prescribes the requirements and methods of test for mattresses made of a latex foam rubber interior covered in a suitable ticking or proofed sheet and intended for domestic and general use. Price RM50 MS 1812 : 2005 Test methods for constituent content of composite materials This Malaysian Standard determine the constituent content of composite materials by one of two approaches. leaving the reinforcement essentially unaffected and thus allowing calculation of reinforcement or matrix content (by weight or volume) as well as percent void volume. drainage and sewerage pipelines (first revision) Specifies requirements for rubber seals to be used in pipeline systems which convey aqueous liquids at temperatures of less than 50°C. This standard supersedes MS 773 : 1982.120 Reinforced Plastic MS 1337 : 1993 Method of test for plastics-preparation of glass fibre reinforced. The abbreviation “LPG” (liquefied petroleum gas) as used in this standard refers to butane and propane. Price RM50 19 .Determination of tensile properties of rigid materials. Price RM10 83. Price RM20 MS 773 : 1999 Specification for flexible rubber tubing and hose for use in LPG vapour phase and LPG/air installations (First revision) Specifies performance and dimensional requirements for rubber tubing.reinforced plastics underground storage tanks for petroleum products. Method 1 physically removes the matrix by digestion or ignition by one of seven procedures. This standard applies primary to cellular materials having a compression resistance sufficient to permit suitable gripping of the test pieces. These requirements cover spherical or horizontal cylindrical. Price RM10 MS 1856 : 2005 Test method for environmental stress crack resistance (ESCR) of plastics tighthead drums not exceeding 60 gal (227 l) in rated capacity 83.Part 2 : Determination of flexural properties. hose and complete assemblies for use in LPG vapour phase and LPG/air installations in environments up to a maximum ambient temperature of 60°C. temperature. workmanship.5 MPa. Price RM30 MS 976 : 2004 WC seats (plastics) – Specification (First revision) Specifies materials. In case it is impossible to grip the test piece. This method is not suitable for use with embossed flexible plastics laminates. This Malaysian Standard determines the short-beam strength of highmodules fiber-reinforced composites materials. The specimen is a short beam machined from a curved or a flat laminate up to 6.

packaging and marking for babies pacifiers. As in Part 1 of this standard but for diameters ranging from 200mm to 630mm. body surfers and swimmers. The pacifiers. design. Price RM10 MS ISO 10508 : 2004 Thermoplastics pipes and fittings for hot an cold water systems This standard specifies the performance requirements for hot and cold water pressure systems which use plastics pipes and plastics or metal fittings. performance. light trucks. NOTE 1. Price RM40 MS 979 : Part 1 : 1985 Specification for unplasticizes sewerage pipes and fittings : Part 1 : Pipes of diameter 100 millimeter and 155 millimeter. design. The abbreviation “LPG” (liquefied petroleum gas) as used in this standard refers to butane and propane. packaging and marking for elastomeric teats for babies feeding bottles which are not cleft lip or cleft of this Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for materials. made of rubber and/or plastics materials may be constructed as a one-piece construction. Applies to product laid under gardens.140. This standard supersedes MS 868 : 1986. trucks. hose and complete assemblies for use in LPG vapour phase and LPG/air installations in environments up to a maximum ambient temperature of 60°C. Price RM30 MS ISO 11424 : 2002 Rubber hoses and tubing for air and vacuum systems for internal-combustion engines . Price RM30 20 . Price RM20 MS 773 : 1999 Specification for flexible rubber tubing and for use in LPG vapour phase and LPG/air installations (First revision). yards and roads other than main roads. resin.e. This standard supersedes MS 773 : 1982. Price RM20 83. colour. Specifies requirements for materials. performance.’Specification for rubber teats for feeding bottles’. or as an assembly of separate component parts.This Malaysian Standard provides an indication of the environmental stress crack resistance of plastic tighthead drums as a summation of the effects of container design. Price RM20 MS 1106 : 1988 Specification for heavy duty polyethylene sacks. Specifies requirements for the properties of low density film used in the manufacture of heavy duty low density polyethylene sacks of the pillow type. performance. Tubing and hoses specified in this standard should not be used for gas cutting and allied processes using oxygen. buses and trailers. i.Specification This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for vulcanized-rubber hoses and tubing for use in the various air and vacuum systems found on internal-combustion engines. Price RM40 MS 979 : Part 2 : 1985 Specification for unplasticized PVC underground sewerage pipes and fittings : Part 2 : Pipes of diameter 200 millimetres and above. design. manufacturing conditions. Specifies material. driveway. motorcycles. This standard shall supersede MS 1082. field performance and other factors. passenger cars. This Part of the Malaysian Standard gives recommendations for the design. Price RM10 MS 978 : 1985 Specification for plastics waste pipe and fittings. Price RM30 MS 1082 : 1994 Specification for elastomeric teats for feeding bottles (First revision). Specifies performance and dimensional requirements for rubber tubing. Price RM40 MS 1857 : 2005 Test method for environmental stress crack resistance (ESCR) of threaded plastics closures This Malaysian Standard determines the susceptibility of threaded plastic closures to failure due to environmental stress cracking (ESC) Price RM40 MS 1858 : 2005 Rigid plastics containers – Method for determination of drainability This standard specifies a method for determination on the drainability of plastic bottles and jars with a nominal capacity up to 5 l and of plastics canisters/jerricans with a nominal volume up to 20 l. dimensions and testing of products for the conveyance of normal domestic effluents and surface water. This standard supersedes MS 974 : 1985. Price RM20 MS 974 : 2002 Specification for rubber swimming fins (First revision) This Malaysian Standard is applicable to rubber swimming fins used on surface and underwater swimming for leisure purposes by free divers. It should be read in conjunction with MS 671 : Part 1 : The recommendations given in this part are appropriate only when the materials and workmanship comply with Part 1. Price RM20 MS 1156 : 1989 Specification for babies pacifiers.01 Rubber and plastics products in general MS 671 : Part 2 : 1992 Specification for bridge bearing : Part 2 : Code of practice for design and installation of elastomeric bridge bearing. open top sacks. NOTE 2. This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for materials. Price RM20 MS ISO 11425 : 2004 Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for automotive powersteering systems – Specification Price RM20 MS 868 : 1999 Specification for natural rubber inner tubes for motorised vehicles (first revision) Applies to inner tubes (natural rubber) for pneumatic tyres used on scooters. performance and installation of elastomeric bridge bearings. Covers plastic materials as stated: (a) acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) (b) modified unplasticised polyvinyl chloride (MUPVC) (c) polypropylene (PP) (d) polyethylene (PE) intended to convey normal domestic effluent. fields. packaging palate teats. This standard includes test methods and recommendations for use and care feed teats. construction.

resin. disposal or recycling. Price RM10 MS 1556 : 2002 Specification for plastics tableware This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements for plastics tableware comprising plastics plates. This standard specifies a method for the determination of thickness of a sample of plastic film or sheeting by mechanical scanning. General requirements for rubber materials stipulated include the hardness properties. Stress-crack resistance of containers commercial liquids. covers. metal-blading) from polymeric materials. tensile strength and elongation at break. b) Procedure B. Price RM20 21 . This procedure is particularly useful for determining the effect of resin on the stress-crack resistance of the container. manufacturing conditions.Determination of the gas transmission rate of films and thin sheets under atmospheric pressure . The method can be used for measurements made either with air or with other test gases. This Malaysian Standard specifies methods of test for determining certain physical and mechanical properties of rubber threads. Three procedures are provided as follows: a) Procedure A. post treatment. Price RM20 MS 1405 : 1996 Coding system for plastics products This Malaysian Standard specifies standard coding system for plastics products. This marking system is to provide assistance in identification of plastics products for marking subsequent decisions as to handling. Price RM20 MS 1557 : 2002 Specification for plastics lockable containers for household wares This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements for plastics lockable containers for household wares of round and square shape formed by injection moulding. Price RM20 MS 1400 : 1996 Method of test for rubber threads. Controlled elevated pressure stress-crack resistance of a specific container to polyoxyethylated nonylphenol. Price RM10 MS 1560 : 2002 Specification for measuring cups. measuring spoons. a stress-cracking agent. However. accelerated ageing. Stress-crack resistance of a specific container to polyoxyethylated nonylphenol. blow-moulding conditions.Film and sheeting-determination of thickness by mechanical scanning.Specification for rubber materials. which is the summation of the influence of container design.MS 1268 : 1992 Specification for high-resilience polyurethane foam. This Malaysian Standard describes a method suitable for the above determination. This method is not suitable for use with embossed film and sheeting. Price RM10 MS 1312 : 1993 Methods of test for determination of volatile nitrosamines in rubber teats for feeding bottles and babies pacifiers Dichloromethane extraction method. Other requirements in particular the functional tests shall be the subject of agreement between interested parties.Method A using a load of 10 N . This specification covers the minimum physical properties and other requirements for flexible high-resilience polyurethane foam. This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for vulcanized rubber used in marine fenders for ports. These procedures are not designed to test the ability of the cover gasketing material or closure to retain the test reagent. Price RM20 MS 1558 : 2002 Specification for plastics food containers with lids This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements for plastics food containers with lids with the capacity of 3. Price RM10 MS 1424 : 1997 Method of test for package yield of plastic film. or other factors that can affect this property. spoons and litre measure for domestic purposes This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements for metric cup measures. this may indicate an internal pressure loss that might affect test results. c) Procedure C. and components as a summation of the effects of container design. bowls and cutlery. Price RM10 MS 1344 : 1993 Method of test for plastics . and other factors. silk screening.Manometric method. fractional cup measures and litre measures. The purpose of this standard is to provide a system for uniform marking of products which have been fabricated (excluding additives. This test method covers the determination of yield (area per unit mass) of plastic film. in material specification. field performance. a stress-cracking agent.0 L or less. for which they give a measure of the temperature at which the thermoplastics start to soften rapidly. This procedure is particularly useful for determining the effect of container design on stress-crack resistance of a proposed commercial package containing a proprietary liquid product. The limits of the values which can be measured are from 1 to 20000 cm3/m2. Price RM20 MS 1582 : 2003 Method of test for environmental stress-crack resistance of blowmoulded polyethylene containers This Malaysian Standard measures the environmental stress-crack resistance of containers. This standard specifies a method for the determination of the gas transmission rate of plastic films and thin sheets. Also described in this method in the means for calculating nominal yield. resin. This is need since. The containers may have lids with lock. It includes decorated tableware. cups. limits for yield are normally stated in terms of percent deviation of actual yield for nominal yield. Loss or leakage of the reagent through these openings does not constitute container failure. . compression set.Method B using a load of 50 N The methods specified are applicable only to thermoplastics. screw or interlock. Price RM10 MS 1339 : 1993 Method of test for plastics . The dichloromethane extraction method given herein is a development of a technique referred to in legislation in the United States. Price RM20 MS 1593 : 2003 Method of test for environmental stress crack resistance of plastic injection moulded open head pails This test method provides procedures for an indication of the environmental stress crack resistance of plastic injection moulded open head pails. water absorption. Price RM20 MS 1385 : 1996 Marine fenders . tear strength and abrasion resistance. given values for nominal density and nominal thickness. ozone resistance.

Price RM20 MS 1150 : 1989 Method of test for determination of coefficients of friction of plastics film. Price RM20 MS 1771 : 2004 Plastics films – Guidelines on the use for shrink wrapping This standard provides general guidance on the use of plastics films for shrink wrapping of individual and unit load packages. Covers the determination of the energy that causes polyethylene film to fail under specified conditions of impact of a free falling dart.Determination of oxygen gas transmission rate using a coulometric sensor This Malaysian Standard prescribes method for determination of the steady-state rate of transmission of oxygen gas through plastics in the form of film. retention of embossed surface. or plastics-coated papers or fabrics. For 6 types of sheeting ranging from 0. plasticizers. in the form of standard trouser-shaped test specimens. Price RM10 MS 1151 : 1989 Method of test for tear resistance of plastics film and sheeting (Trouser tear method). This energy is expressed in terms of the weight (Mass) of the missile falling from a specified height which would result in 50% failure of specimen tested. Price RM20 MS 1735 : 2004 Plastics . Materials that can be tested according to this method include flexible polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and polyolefin films. Covers definitions. stiffness. This standard specifies method for the determination of components in plastic that can be extracted by hot organics liquids near their boiling points. etc. colour bleeding. manufacturing conditions. The extractable components can be monomers. colour fastness. This Malaysian Standard is the second part of the MOT for tear resistance of plastics film and sheeting MS 1151. Specifies a method of test for tear resistance of plastics film on sheet less than 1mm thick. generally to keep contents of the portable cooler boxes cool. Price RM20 MS 1734 : 2004 Plastics . Sampling and test methods appended. Price RM10 MS 1151 : Part 2 : 1992 Method of test for tear resistance of plastics film and sheeting : Part 2 : Elmendort method. Price RM20 MS 1769 : 2004 Portable cooler boxes – Specification This standard specifies the requirements for portable cooler boxes whose main body is principally made of plastics. Any container. temperature. The method is used to determine: a) oxygen gas transmission rate (O2GTR). blocking. ply adhesion. laminates. Price RM20 83.Determination of matter extractable by organic solvents (Conventional method). colour fastness and flammability. adhesion of print.Guidelines on packaging in plastics containers This Malaysian Standard provides guidelines on packaging in containers made of plastics materials. Price RM20 22 . Price RM20 MS 1733 : 2004 Plastics . Price RM30 MS 681 : 1980 Specification for PVC film.Film and sheeting . colour bleeding. humidity and speed of testing. retention of embossed surfaces.10 Films and sheets _____________________________________________ MS 602 : 1979 Specification for flexible. in the case of homogenous materials. Type 1F and Type 2F. unsupported thick PVC sheeting. etc. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for the determination of mechanical properties of blown thermoplastic containers when loaded under columnar crush conditions at a constant rate of compressive deflection. sheeting. blocking.25mm to 1mm. Describes a procedure for determining the static and kinetic coefficients of friction of a plastic film when sliding over itself at specific test conditions. tested under defined conditions of pretreatment. Type 2. under specified conditions of loading. used for recreation such as outdoor activities.140. Test methods appended. b) the permeance of the film to oxygen gas (PO2). This Part of Malaysian Standard specifies a method of determining the force required to propagate a tear through a specified distance and from a specified slit. and c) oxygen permeability coefficient (PO 2 ). Gives requirements for visual examination. The kind and percentage of extractable matter influence the properties of plastics. coextrusions. stabilizers. cut in a test specimen of thin flexible plastic sheeting or film. whether blown commercially or in the laboratory. polymers. thickness. strength and dimension requirements. pinholes. and perhaps other factors. with the addition of heat-insulating material.Blow-moulded thermoplastic containers Determination of drop impact resistance This test method provides measures of the drop impact resistance of blow-moulded thermoplastic containers as a summation of the effects of material. may be used as the test specimen. Provides four standard types of film : Type 1.MS 1594 : 2003 Method of test for column crush properties of blown thermoplastic containers. Price RM10 MS 1770 : 2004 Plastics films – Guidelines on the use for stretch wrapping This Malaysian Standard provides general guidance on the use of plastics films for stretch wrapping of individual and unit loads packages. adhesion of print. Price RM20 MS ISO 6427 : 1997 Plastics . container design. ageing. ply adhesion. Price RM30 MS 1105 : 1988 Method of test for impact resistance of polyethylene film by the free-falling dart method.

Price RM40 MS 1509 : 2000 Method of test for film hardness of an organic coating by pencil test Specifies a procedure for rapid. The chemical identities of the residual solvents to be determined by this method must be known before commencing the analysis. unsupported tubular. extrusion coatings. This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for determining the wetting tension of surfaces for plastics film and sheeting in contacts with drops of specific test solution. paper. Residues from thermal decomposition products are not within the scope of this standard.0 kg/ m3 (0. Additional peaks due to these products shall not be considered for evaluation of residual solvents Price RM20 MS 1805 : 2005 Test method for resistance of plastics films to extraction by chemicals This Malaysian Standard covers the measurement of the weight loss of film after immersion in chemicals.Parallel plate method. Also described in this method in the means for calculating nominal yield. given values for nominal density and nominal thickness. pigments or stabilisers.76 mm thickness or less. During the analysis there may be interferences from possible products of thermal decomposition. industrial and agricultural applications. Price RM20 MS 1479 : 1999 Specification for polyethylene sheeting for construction. 250 mm or less in thickness. Price RM10 MS 1423 : 1997 Method of test for blocking of plastics film . Additional peaks due to these products shall not be considered for evaluation of residual solvents. plastic film and foil. This is need since. intended for construction.925 g/cm3). This test method yields quantitative information regarding the degree of blocking (unwanted adhesion) existing between layers of plastics film.or multiplayer plastic film. limits for yield are normally stated in terms of percent deviation of actual yield for nominal yield. The exposures used are intended to simulate the normal and elevated temperature– storage condition that might be encountered in end–use application. During the analysis there may be interferences from possible products of thermal decomposition. It is not intended to measure susceptibility to blocking. inexpensive determination of the film hardness of an organic coating on a substrate in terms of drawing leads or pencil leads of known hardness.0 kg/m3 to and including 925. Price RM10 MS 1422 : 1997 Method of test for unstrained linear thermal shrinkage of plastics film and sheeting. Price RM10 MS 1477 : 1999 Specification for polyethylene film and sheeting Specifies the classification of polyethylene film and sheeting up to and including 300 mm (0.MS 1420 : 1997 Method of test for wetting tension of plastic film and sheeting. This includes laminates made by various processes : adhesive laminates. industrial and agricultural applications Specifies polyethylene sheeting. Price RM20 MS 1772 : Part 1 : 2004 Flexible packaging material – Determination of residual solvents by static headspace gas chromatography: Part 1: Absolute methods This standard describes methods for the quantitative determination of residual solvents in flexible packaging by static headspace chromatography. Residues from thermal decomposition products are not within the scope of this standard. The film or sheeting may contain additives for the improvement of the surface properties. as measured on moulded plaques. paper or board. Price RM20 MS 1424 : 1997 Method of test for package yield of plastic film. Price RM20 MS 1478 : 1999 Specification for low-density polyethylene films for general use and packaging applications Specifies unpigmented. The procedure described involves one single injection of the headspace which implies an incomplete extraction of the solvent. This test method covers the determination of the degree unstrainded linear thermal shrinkage at given specimen temperature of plastic films and sheeting of 0. Price RM20 MS 1772 : Part 2 : 2004 Flexible packaging material – Determination of residual solvents by static headspace gas chromatography: Part 2: Industrial methods This standard describes rapid methods as commonly used in quality control for example for monitoring the level of residual solvent used in the production of flexible packaging by static headspace chromatography. The values obtained may be lower than the absolute content.5 mg/m3.910 g/cm3 to and including 0. Price RM20 MS 1505 : 2005 Test method for comparison of bond strength or ply adhesion of similar laminates made from flexible materials (First revision) This Malaysian Standard covers a procedure for comparing the bond strength or ply adhesion of similar laminates made from flexible materials such as cellulose. extrusion laminates and coextrusion. Price RM50 23 . in material specification. low-density polyethylene films (hereafter referred to as film or films) from resins having densities ranging from 910. Price RM10 MS 1559 : 2002 Method of test for permeability of thermoplastic containers to packaged reagents or proprietary products This test method covers procedures for determining the permeability of thermoplastic containers to packaged reagents or proprietary products under specified conditions of exposure. The method does not apply to residual solvents with amounts lower than 0. Price RM40 MS 1806 : 2005 Test method for puncture-propagation tear resistance of plastics film and thin sheeting This Malaysian Standard covers the determination of the dynamic tear resistance of plastic film and thin sheeting subjected to end-use snagging-type hazards. This method is applicable to flexible packaging materials that may consist of mono. This test method covers the determination of yield (area per unit mass)of plastic film. foil or combination thereof.3 mm) in thickness. This test method does not cover shrinkage from loss of solvent in some materials.

MS 1807 : 2005 Test method for shrink tension and orientation release stress of plastics film and thin sheeting This Malaysian Standard covers the determination of the shrink tension and related characteristics that is shrink force and orientation release stress.Determination of tensile properties . Price RM40 MS 1897 : 2005 Test method for evaluating abrasion resistance of stretch wrap films by vibration testing This Malaysian Standard compares the abrasion resistance of similar types of stretch wrap films. Price RM20 MS ISO 8570 : 2004 Plastics – Film and sheeting – Determination of cold-crack temperature This standard specifies a method for assessing the brittleness of plastic film and sheeting at low temperature.0 mm (0. Performed at standard conditions. Price RM20 MS ISO 527-5 : 2001 Plastics . Price RM20 24 . This method is not generally recommended for use if the transmission rate is expected to be less than 1 g/m2.Determination of water vapour transmission rate . of heat-shrinkable plastic film and sheeting of less than 1. Price RM20 MS ISO 2528 : 2000 Sheet materials .Part 3 : Test conditions for films and sheets This part of MS ISO 527 specifies the conditions for determining the tensile properties of plastic films or sheets less than 1 mm thick.04 in. Price RM50 MS ISO 527-3 : 2001 Plastics .Part 5 : Test conditions for unidirectional fibre-reinforced plastic composites This part of MS ISO 527 specifies the test conditions for the determination of the tensile properties of unidirectional fibre-reinforced plastic composites. based upon the general principles given in part 1.Part 4 : Test conditions for isotropic and orthotropic fibre-reinforced plastic composites This part of MS ISO 527 specifies the test conditions for the determination of the tensile properties of isotropic and orthotropic fibre reinforced plastic composites.Gravimetric (dish) method Specifies a method for the determination of the water vapour transmission rate (often erroneously called “permeability” of sheet materials.) thickness. Price RM40 MS 2000 : 2005 Test method for water vapour transmission rate through plastics film and sheeting using a modulated infrared sensor This Malaysian Standard covers a procedure for determining the rate of water vapor transmission through flexible barrier materials. Unidirectionally reinforced materials are covered by part 5. Price RM50 MS 2001 : 2005 Test method for peel cling of stretch wrap film This Malaysian standard measures cling between two layers of film. This standard supersedes MS 1152 : 1989 Price RM10 MS ISO 527-4 : 2001 Plastics .Determination of tensile properties . immediately after a seal has been made and before it cools to ambient temperature.crack temperature which serves as a guidelines for comparing the low-temperature behaviour of plastics film and sheeting. a single test velocity. based upon the general principles given in part 1. the test method imparts a biaxial stress that is representative of the type of a stress encountered in many product end-use applications. The assessment is given in the form of a conventional cold. Price RM40 MS 1899 : 2005 Test methods for hot seal strength (hot tack) of thermoplastic polymers and blends comprising the sealing surfaces of flexible webs This Malaysian Standard cover laboratory measurement of the strength of heatseals formed between thermoplastic surfaces of flexible webs. based upon the general principles given in part 1. Two procedures are described that permit the measurement of shrink forces at predetermined temperature. Price RM40 MS 1898 : 2005 Test method for protrusion puncture resistance of stretch wrap film This Malaysian Standard determines the resistance of a stretch wrap film to the penetration of a probe at a standard low rate. in both a stretched and unstretched conditions. Price RM40 MS 1896 : 2005 Test method for evaluating load containment performance of stretch wrap films by vibration testing This Malaysian Standard is used to evaluate and compare the ability of stretch-wrap films to contain unitized loads during shipping.Determination of tensile properties .d) or for materials thicker than 3 mm.

and for heating systems. colour. Price RM20 MS 1736 : Part 7 : 2004 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations Crosslinked polyethylene (PE-X): Part 7: Guidance for the assessment of conformity This Technical Specification gives guidance for the assessment of conformity to be included in the manufacturer’s quality plan as part of his quality system.Test method for the resistance of mounted assemblies to temperature cycling This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for testing the resistance to temperature cycling of joints for piping systems with rigid or flexible thermoplastics pipes. This Malaysian Standard specifies the physical requirements and test methods for the rigid vinyl chloride compounds for pipes and fittings. under design pressures and temperatures according to the class of application. Price RM10 MS 978 : 1985 Specification for plastics waste pipe and fittings. This standard recommends practices to be followed in the application and installation of thermoplastics pipes and associated fittings. under design pressures and temperatures according to the class of application. Price RM20 MS 1736 : Part 5 : 2004 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations Crosslinked polyethylene (PE-X) : Part 5 : Fitness for purposes of the system This standard specifies the characteristics of the fitness for purpose of crosslinked polyethylene (PE-X) piping systems. to evaluate the long term resistance to constant internal water pressure at constant temperature and to check the hydrostatic strength of the material. Price RM30 MS 1010 : 1986 Specification for rigid polyvinyl chloride and related plastic pipe and fittings compounds. resin modifiers. As in Part 1 of this standard but for diameters ranging from 200 mm to 630 mm. fittings and valves whether or not intended for human consumption. under design pressures and temperatures appropriate to the class of application. Price RM30 MS 1738 : 2004 Plastics piping systems . intended to be used for hot and cold water installations within buildings for the conveyance of water whether or not intended for human consumption (domestic systems) and for heating systems. stabilizers. fields. Applies to product laid under gardens. and for heating systems. driveway. Price RM40 MS 979 : Part 1 : 1985 Specification for unplasticized PVC underground sewerage pipes and fittings : Part 1 : Pipes of diameter 100 millimeter and 155 millimeter. whether or not intended for human consumption (domestic systems). The compounding ingredients may consist of lubricants.140. Price RM20 MS 1736 : Part 2 : 2004 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water Installations Crosslinked polyethylene (PE-X) : Part 2 : Pipes This Malaysian Standard specifies the Characteristics of pipes made from crosslinked polyethylene (PE-X) for piping systems intended to be used for hot and cold water installations within buildings for the conveyance of water. Covers plastic materials as stated: (a) acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) (b) modified unplasticised polyvinyl chloride (MUPVC) (c) polypropylene (PP) (d) polyethylene (PE) intended to convey normal domestic effluent.Thermoplastics pipes and fittings for hot and cold water .Guidance for the installation inside buildings of pressure piping systems for hot and cold water intended for human consumption.Determination of the long-term hydrostatic strength of thermoplastics materials for injection moulding of piping components. pigments and inorganic fillers. valves and ancillary equipment . under design pressures and temperatures appropriate to the class of application.30 Plastics pipes. yards and roads other than main roads. It is applicable to thermoplastics piping systems intended to be used in hot and cold water pressure applications. Price RM40 MS 979 : Part 2 : 1985 Specification for unplasticized PVC underground sewerage pipes and fittings : Part 2 : Pipes of diameter 200 millimetres and above. Specifies material. Price RM20 MS 1736 : Part 3 : 2004 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations Crosslinked polyehtylene (PE-X) : Part 3 : Fittings This standard specifies the characteristics of fittings for crosslinked polyethylene (PE-X) piping systems intended to be used for hot and cold water installations within buildings for the conveyance of water 25 .Injection-moulded thermoplastics fittings. (vinyl chloride). dimensions and testing of products for the conveyance of normal domestic effluents and surface water.83. Price RM10 MS 1739 : 2004 Plastics piping systems . Price RM50 MS 1737 : 2004 Plastics piping systems. (domestic systems) and for heating systems. Price RM30 MS 1736 : Part 1 : 2004 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations – Crosslinked polyethylene (PE-X): Part 1: General This Malaysian Standard specifies the general aspects of crosslinked polyethylene (PE-X) piping systems intended to be used for hot and cold water installations within buildings for the conveyance of water. whether or not intended for human consumption (domestic systems). This standard specifies method for preparing tubular test pieces for testing thermoplastics materials used for injection moulding.

(domestic systems) and for heating systems. Covers performance and dimensional requirements and safe operations for flexible tubing used in installations not exceeding 17.Part 2 : Pipes This Part prEN ISO 15876 specifies the characteristics of pipes made of polybutylene (PB) for piping systems intended to be used for hot and cold water installations within buildings for the conveyance of water whether or not intended for human consumption (domestic systems). brazing and metallization. and for heating systems. heating.5 MPa. Price RM20 MS ISO 15876-2 : 2004 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations Polybutylene (PB) .Part 3 : Fittings This Part of prEN ISO 15876 specifies the characteristics of fittings for polypropylene (PB) piping systems intended to be used for hot and cold water installations within buildings for the conveyance of water. in particular.Part 1 : General This Part of prEN ISO 15876 specifies the general aspects of polybutylene (PB) piping systems intended to used for hot and cold water installations within buildings for the conveyance of water whether or not intended for human consumption (domestic systems) and for heating systems. Price RM30 MS 1070 : 2002 Specification for rubber radiator hoses for automotive internal combustion engine (first revision) This standard specifies the requirements of rubber hoses for use in the cooling system of automotive internal combustion engines. Price RM10 MS ISO 15876-1 : 2004 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installationsPolybutylene (PB). whether or not intended for human consumption (domestic systems) and for heating systems under design pressure and temperature according to the class of application. under design pressure and temperatures appropriate to the class of application.Mechanical joints between fittings and polyolefin pressure pipes .Test method for leaktightness under internal pressure of assemblies subjected to bending This standard specifies a method for checking the leaktighness under internal hydrostatic pressure of assembled mechanical joints (excluding fusion-welded joints) between fittings and polyolefins pressure pipes while subjected to bending. The term “allied processes” means. Price RM10 MS 1741 : 2004 Plastics piping systems .Rubber hoses for welding.MS 1740 : 2004 Thermoplastics piping systems . for general-purpose water applications . Price RM20 MS 1545 : 2002 Rubber hoses for agricultural spraying This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for three types of flexible rubber hose for pressure spraying of agropharmaceutical and/ or fertilizer products within a temperature range of -10 °C to + 60 °C. Price RM30 MS ISO 15876-3 : 2004 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations Polybutylene (PB) . Price RM30 83. Price RM20 26 . Price RM10 MS ISO 1403 : 2002 Rubber hoses. Note: The hoses shall be used in positions where they are not likely to be subjected to outside surface contamination by fuel and lubricating oils. textile-reinforced. whether or not intended for human consumption. under design pressures and temperatures according to the class of application . This standard supersedes MS 1070: 1987. Excludes tubings for gas cutting and welding applications. intended to be used for hot and cold water installations within buildings for the conveyance of water.140.5 bar. Tests include resistance to KinKing crushing ageing and burst to substances such as ozone and pentane. Price RM20 MS ISO 15876-7 : 2004 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installation Polybutylene (PB).End-load bearing mechanical joints between pressure pipes and fittings . cutting and allied processes This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for rubber hoses (including twin hoses) for welding. under design pressures and temperatures according to the class of application.Part 7: Guidance for the assessment of conformity This technical Specification gives guidance for the assessment of conformity to be included in the manufacturer’s quality plan as part of his quality system.Part 5 : Fitness for purpose of the system This Part of prEN ISO 15876 specifies the characteristic of the fitness for purpose of polybutylene (PB) piping systems. and a maximum working pressure of up to 2. Price RM30 MS ISO 15876-5 : 2004 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations Polybutylene (PB).Specification This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements for three types of general-purpose textile-reinforced rubber water hose with an operating range of -25°C to + 70°C.Test method for resistance to pull out under constant longitudinal force This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for checking the ability of assembled end-load bearing mechanical joints (excluding fusionwelded joints) between fittings and pressure pipes to withstand a longitudinal tensile force.40 Hoses MS 773 : 1999 Specification for flexible rubber tubing and hose (including connections where fitted and safety recommendations) for use in LPG vapour phase and LPG/air installations. cutting and allied processes. Price RM10 MS ISO 3821 : 2002 Gas welding equipment . Price RM10 MS 1761 : 2004 Plastics pipes and fittings – Determination of the opacity This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for determining the opacity of plastics pipes and fittings.

It also covers rubber gloves intended for use in handling contaminated medical materials and gloves with smooth surfaces or with textured surfaces over part or all of the glove. drainage and sewerage pipelines (first revision) Specifies requirements for rubber seals to be used in pipeline systems which convey aqueous liquids at temperatures of less than 50°C. for fire-fighting service Price RM10 MS 1068 : 2002 Specification for rubber floor mats for vehicles (First revision) This Malaysian Standard applies to floor mats made of rubber intended for use in motor vehicles and electric vehicles. or bulked non-sterile. Price RM10 MS 1225 : Part 2 : 2006 Polyethylene (PE) tanks for cold water storage – Part 2 : Capacity more than 600 gal (First revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for materials. Prescribes the requirements and methods of test for mattresses made of a latex foam rubber interior covered in a suitable ticking or proofed sheet and intended for domestic and general use. Price RM10 MS 1155 : 2003 Single-use medical examination gloves – Specification This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for packaged sterile. This Malaysian Standard does not include mattresses with interiors made from shredded latex foam rubber. This standard shall supersede MS 735 : 1981. physical properties and performance of polyethylene tank up to 600 gal capacity.50 Seals MS 672 : 1999 Specification of rubber seals in water supply. This standard supersedes MS 973 : 1985. Price RM20 MS 1225 : Part 1 : 2004 Plastics . Price RM40 83.140. Price RM20 MS 735 : 1996 Specification for plastics feeding bottles (First revision). Price RM30 MS 1291 : 2003 Single-use sterile rubber surgical gloves – Specification This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for packaged sterile rubber gloves intended for use in surgical procedures to protect the patient and the user from cross-contamination. if any) formed by injection moulding process. This standard supersedes MS 676 : 1980. Price RM30 MS 1407 : Part 2 : 1996 Specification for plastics containers: Part 2 : Capacity. This standard supersedes MS 672 : 1980. packaging and storage procedures are outside the scope of this standard. packaging and storage procedures are outside the scope of this Malaysian Standard. This standard supersedes MS 1068 : 1987.MS ISO 4642 : 2004 Rubber products – Hoses. rubber gloves intended for use in medical examinations and diagnostic or therapeutic procedures to protect the patient and the user from cross-contamination. Price RM20 MS 973 : 2002 Specification for rubber bands (First revision) This Malaysian Standard covers rubber bands for general purposes and does not cover sealing rings used for sealing purpose. The standard also specifies requirement for seals which incorporate root growth inhibitor and which are only intended for the conveyance of sewage or storm water.99 Other rubber and plastics products MS 676 : 2001 Specification for plastics buckets (First revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements for plastic buckets of all shapes (including lids. It does not apply to examination or procedure gloves. mass and dimensions for plastics containers having capacity of less than 5 liters. design. used for transmitting mechanical power continuously. The safe and proper usage of examination gloves and sterilisation procedures with subsequent handling. used for cold water storage. non-collapsible. This Malaysian Standard specifies plastics used as receptable of standards design for the transport of standards design for the transport of goods for packaging of liquids. Price RM30 27 . The safe and proper usage of surgical gloves and sterilisation procedures with subsequent handling. physical properties and performance of polyethylene tank more than 600 Imperial Gallons (2730 L) capacity. Amongst the requirements specified in this standard are materials. NOTE: Developed by Malaysian Rubber Board (SWO). performance. Price RM30 83. mass and tolerances on dimensions for plastics containers having capacity of less than 5 liters. packaging and marking. The major amendments incorporated in this revision are the requirements for heavy metals in the plastics components parts of the feeding bottles and minimum scale marks for the bottles. It is applicable to single-use gloves that are worn once and the discarded.140. The standard does not specify the physical dimensions or hardness requirements. used for cold water storage. It covers gloves with smooth surfaces and gloves with textured surfaces over part or all of the glove. This standard supersedes MS 679 : 1980. This part of the Malaysian Standard specifies tolerances on capacities. powder and pellets. Price RM20 MS 1407 : Part 1 : 1996 Specification for plastics containers: Part 1 : Screw thread finishes for plastics containers. This standard is intended as a reference for the performance and safety of rubber surgical gloves.Polyethylene (PE) tanks for cold water storage .Part 1 : Capacity up to 600 gal (First revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for materials. This Malaysian Standard is the first revision of MS 735 : 1981. Price RM10 MS 679 : 1999 Specification for latex foam rubber mattresses for domestic and general use (First revision). This revision prescribes requirements and method of test for plastics feeding bottles. or transmission belts. This standard is intended as a reference for the performance and safety of rubber examination gloves.

with flat lid(s) and capacity from 750 L to 1 700 L to be used by wide trunnion or BG–lifting device and/or wide comb lifting device. Price RM20 MS 1521 : 2001 Specification for polyolefin woven open-mouth sacks This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for the materials. Price RM20 Best Seller 28 . for trunnion and/or comb lifting devices – Dimensions and design This Malaysian Standard specifies dimensions and design requirements of mobile waste containers with four wheels. for wide trunnion or BG – Lifting device and/or wide comb lifting devices – Dimensions and design This Malaysian Standard specifies dimensions and design requirements of mobile waste containers with four wheels. Price RM10 83. mass and tolerances on dimensions for blow moulded drums having capacity over 70 L up to and including 250 L. trucks.MS 1407 : Part 3 : 2001 Specification for plastics containers : Part 3 : Container over 5 L up to and including 60 L capacity This part of this Malaysian Standard specifies tolerances on dimensions and performance requirements for free standing blow moulded containers with capacities over 5 L up to and including 60L. This standard is applicable to plastics and metal mobile waste containers with capacities from 80 L to 1. Price RM30 MS 1407 : Part 4 : 2001 Specification for plastics containers : Part 4 : Drums over 70 L up to including 250 L capacity This part of this Malaysian Standard specifies the capacity. trailers and other commercial vehicles used on the public road.700 L. dimensions and performance of open-mouth sacks manufactured from plain weave fabrics produced from polyolefin tape yarns. Price RM30 MS 1564 : Part 5 : 2002 Specifications for mobile waste containers: Part 5: Performance requirements and test methods This Malaysian Standard prescribes the test methods and the requirements for mobile waste containers specified in MS 1564: Part 1 to MS 1564: Part 4. Price RM20 MS 1530 : 2001 Specification for plastics washing basins This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements for plastic washing basins for domestic use. It does not cover polystyrene foam in chip or granular form. Price RM10 MS 1564 : Part 1 : 2003 Mobile waste containers: Part 1: Containers with two wheels with a capacity from 80 L to 1 390 L for comb lifting devices – Dimensions and design Price RM30 MS 1564 : Part 2 : 2003 Mobile waste containers: Part 2: Containers with four wheels with a capacity 500 L to 1 200 L with flat lid(s). Price RM20 MS 1502 : 2000 Specification for disposable polystyrene cutlery Specifies material and performance requirements for disposable polystyrene cutlery which are intended for use in contact with food and drinks up to a maximum service temperature of 100 °C. not including hazardous wastes containers. Price RM30 MS 1564 : Part 4 : 2002 Mobile waste containers: Part 4: Containers with four wheels with a capacity from 750 L to 1 700 L with flat lid/(s). with dome lid(s) and capacity from 770 L to 1 300 L to be used by trunnion and/ or comb lifting device. for trunnion and/ or comb lifting devices – Dimensions and design Price RM30 MS 1564 : Part 3 : 2002 Mobile waste containers: Part 3: Containers with four wheels with a capacity from 770 L to 1 300 L with dome lid(s).160 Tyres MS 150 : 1999 Standard practice for determination of bead unseating resistance of a tubeless passenger car tyre (First revision) Covers the determination of force required to completely dislodge the bead of an inflated tubeless passenger car tyre from its rim as indicated by a loss of inflation pressure or a sudden drop in bead unseating force as exerted by a bead unseating block. buses. Price RM20 MS 1564 : Part 6 : 2002 Specifications for mobile waste containers: Part 6: Safety and health requirements This Malaysian Standard provides the most essential safety and health requirements for plastics and metal mobile waste containers. Price RM10 MS 224 : 2005 Retreaded pneumatic rubber tyres for passenger cars and commercial vehicles – Specification (Second revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for retreading of pneumatic highway tyres including passenger car tyres and tyres for multi-purpose passenger vehicles. Price RM30 MS 1510 : 2000 Specification for polystyrene cushioning foams Specifies expandable polystyrene foam used as package cushioning material.

using a trouser test piece. 15V1. This standard covers the determination of tyre plunger energy required to completely penetrate the tread area of an inflated tyre as indicate by a rapture. with or without a nick of specified depth. 16. 17V3. This standard supersedes MS 1157: Part 6: 1994. Price RM20 MS 1566 : 2002 Definitions of common terms used in the tyres industry – Solid tyres This Malaysian Standard describes the definitions of common terms relating to solid tyres. 17V1.Method C. This Malaysian Standard does not include pneumatic tyres which are within the scope of “MS 1439: 1998 – Definitions of common terms used in the tyre industry – Pneumatic tyres”.Part 3 : Threads 8V2. unsupported tubular. Price RM10 MS ISO 9413 : 2002 Tyre valves . motorcycles. Price RM20 MS ISO 1629 : 2004 Rubber and lattices – Nomenclature Price RM10 MS ISO 4570-1 : 2002 Tyre valve threads .910 g/cm3 to and including 0. namely .0 kg/ m3 (0.ISO core chamber No. 17V2.Method B. 15V1. but is not restricted to it. 17V1.MS 868 : 1999 Specification for natural rubber inner tubes for motorised vehicles (first revision) Applies to inner tubes (natural rubber) for pneumatic tyres used on scooters. 17V2. 2 This Malaysian Standard specifies the interchangeability dimensions of an ISO core chamber No. Price RM10 MS 1567 : Part 1 : 2002 Rubber. 5V2. Applies to pneumatic rubber tyres for passenger cars and gives recommended tyre size with loads and inflation pressure schedules. 20V1 This Malaysian Standard specifies limit dimensions and tolerances for tyre valve threads 8V2. using an angle test piece. 17.Part l : Threads 5V1. 15. light trucks. 6V1 and 8V1 This Malaysian Standard specifies limit dimensions and tolerances for tyre valve threads 5V1. This standard supersedes MS 868 : 1986. sudden drop in plunger force or bottom –out. 2 (large bore). 18. 11V1. Price RM10 MS 1478 : 1999 Specification for low-density polyethylene films for general use and packaging applications Specifies unpigmented. 17V3. 10V2. as used in the tyres industry. This specification is applicable to homopolymer polyethylene.925 g/cm3).10 Road vehicle tyres MS 148 : Part 1 : 1973 Specification for tyre and wheel data : Part 1 : Pneumatic rubber tyres. using a crescent test piece with a nick.Method A. 10V1. 10V1. 19V1. low-density polyethylene films (hereafter referred to as film or films) from resins having densities ranging from 910. 13V2. 11V1. 12V1 and 13V1. 16V1. Requirements for marking and test procedures included. 10V2. 6V1 and 8V1. . and. loss of inflation pressure. Price RM30 29 . 19V1 and 20V1. 21 and 23 inches. 19.0 kg/m3 to and including 925. intended for construction. Price RM10 MS 1444 : 1998 Standard test method for energy absorbed by a tyre when deformed by a slow moving plunger. Price RM80 83. 250 mm or less in thickness. Price RM10 MS ISO 4570-2 : 2002 Tyre valve threads . Price RM20 MS 1565 : 2002 Motorcycle tyre dimensions and rims (Inch code – Designated series) This Malaysian Standard sets out the designations in use and the dimensions for inch code designated series of motorcycle tyres. Price RM20 MS 1479 : 1999 Specification for polyethylene sheeting for construction. Price RM20 MS 1443 : 1998 Standard test apparatus for using a nominal 1707 mm diameter laboratory test roadwheel in testing tyres. The test requires utilisation of a laboratory testing machine equipped with a slow-moving plunger which has a hemispherical end.Part ll : Threads 9V1. and applies principally to core chambers of valves used on tyres for agricultural machines. earth-moving machines and civil aircraft. trucks. Price RM10 MS ISO 4570-3 : 2002 Tyre valve threads . 16V1. angle and crescent test pieces This part of MS 1567 specifies three test methods for the determination of the tear strength of vulcanised rubber.Dimensions and designation This Malaysian Standard defines the essential dimensions and the designation of tube valves and tubeless valves. industrial and agricultural applications. industrial and agricultural applications Specifies polyethylene sheeting. buses and trailers. as measured on moulded plaques. Price RM20 MS ISO 6762 : 2002 Tyre valves . This Malaysian Standard applies to motorcycle tyres used on highway and off the road service with a speed rating of not exceeding 240 km/h and fitted on rims with normal diameters corresponding to the codes 14. 13V2. This practice describes the requirements for a 1707 mm diameter laboratory roadwheel for durability testing of tyres under controlled operating environmental conditions. 5V2. 12V1 and 13V1 This Malaysian Standard specifies limit dimensions and tolerances for tyre valve threads 9V1.160. vulcanised or thermoplastic – Determination of tear strength – Part 1: Trouser. passenger cars.

Price RM20 MS ISO 4000-1 : 2002 Passenger car tyres and rims .180 Adhesives MS 562 : 1978 (2002) Glossary of terms used in the adhesives industry. etc. and reconstituted boards. designations testing and minimum safety requirements for new pneumatic rubber tyres for use on passenger cars. Makes provisions for uniformity in the definitions of terms used in the local adhesives industry and practice. concerning the products. Applies to all the three forms of liquid. . Price RM20 MS 1097 : 2005 Rubber tread compound for hot (conventional) retreading of passenger car and commercial vehicle tyres – Specification (First revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies the minimum requirements for rubber tread compound for retreading of pneumatic tyres for use of passenger cars and commercial vehicles.Grouts and adhesives – Part 1 : Terms. working methods. Describes technical requirements and test methods to determine moisture content. binding for insulating purposes. Price RM30 83. It also specifies the values of performance requirements for all ceramic tile adhesives [cementitious (C). appearance.Part 1 : Tyres (metric series) This Malaysian Standard specifies the designation. pH value. The adhesives specifies in this Malaysian Standard are classified into five types by their chemical composition and physical form and into three classes based on their resistance to water. It can also provide a means by which several plastic surface treatments can be compared. This Malaysian Standard specifies the minimum requirements for adhesives used for fixing tiles to ensure that they are suitable for their proposed application. mycological test and resistance to water for adhesives with or without hardeners. high speed performance and marking for pneumatic tyre other than that of passenger car which is to use gazetted roads. on the contact bond principle. This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements such as endurance. definitions and specifications for adhesives This standard is applicable to ceramic tile adhesives for internal and external tile installations on walls and floors. dimensions and load ratings of the metric series of tyres primarily intended for passenger cars. Price RM40 MS ISO 13007-1 : 2005 Ceramic tiles . metal. Price RM10 MS 1394 : 1996 Specification for new pneumatic tyres for highway vehicles other than passenger cars. It also includes tyre for motorcycle.Best Sellers MS 149 : 1992 Specification for new pneumatic passenger car tyres (First revision). The test method is useful for generating comparative shear strength data for joints made from a number of plastics. Requirements include working temperature. Price RM10 MS 1208 : 2005 Precured tread for retreading tyres – Specification (First revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies the minimum requirements for procured tread for retreading tyres. Price RM30 MS 1810 : 2005 Test method for determining strength of adhesively bonded rigid plastic lap-shear joints in shear by tension loading This Malaysian Standard is intended to complement Test Method D 1002 and extend its application to single-lap shear adhesive joints of rigid plastic adherends. dimensions and range of physical and electrical properties Price RM30 MS 908 : 1984 Specification for synthetic resin adhesives (Phenolic and aminoplastic) for plywood. application properties. Price RM50 30 . This Malaysian Standard specifies definitions. dispersion (D) and reaction resin ® adhesives ] Price RM20 MS 1439 : 1998 Definition of common terms used in the tyre industry-Pneumatic tyres This Malaysian Standard gives definition of common terms relating to pneumatic tyres as used in the tyre industry. This standard also establishes the terminology. Price RM10 MS 1348 : 2005 Cushion gum used in procured retreading of tyres – Specification (First revision) This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements for cushion gum used in procured process of retreading tyres. for ceramic tile adhesives. colour. of decorative thermoset laminated sheets to materials such as timber. powder or film. Price RM20 MS 876 : 1984 Specification for pressure sensitive polyvinyl chloride adhesive tapes for electrical insulation. strength. Price RM20 MS 1295 : 1992 Specification for adhesives for use with ceramic tiles and mosaics. Covers tapes with specific electrical properties for holding. Price RM30 MS 1563 : 2002 Specification on adhesive for bonding decorative thermoset laminates (contact adhesives) This Malaysian Standard applies to sprayable adhesives and brushable adhesives (including those for application by scraper) intended for the bonding.

determination of chemical resistance (4.3).MS ISO 13007-2 : 2005 Ceramic tiles .5). determination of shear adhesion strength (4. determination of slip (4. The impact energy absorbed in impating a test specimen is taken as being equal to the difference between the potential energy of the pendulum and the energy remaining in the pendulum after impacting the specimen. izod and tensile impact-testing This standard specifies methods for the verification of pendulum impact-testing machines used for the Charphy impact test. The impact energy is corrected for friction and air-resistance losses.1).determination of open time (4. MS ISO 180 and MS ISO 8256.2). The test machines covered by this standard are of the pendulum type.6) Price RM50 MS ISO 15605 : 2003 Adhesives . Price RM20 83. determination of tensile adhesion strength (4. Price RM50 31 . respectively. The following test methods are described : . Izod impact test and tensile test described in MS ISO 179-1.200 Equipment for rubber and plastics industries _____________________________________________ MS ISO 13802 : 2004 Plastics – Verification of pendulum impact-testing machines – Charpy.Sampling This Malaysian Standard specifies methods for sampling adhesives and related products. in order to obtain uniform samples of convenient size which are adequately representative of the product being sampled.Grouts and adhesives – Part 2 : Test methods for adhesives This standard specifies methods for determining characteristics for adhesives used in the installation of ceramic tiles. determination of transverse deformation (4.4).

25 20. 20. 27 22 27 19. 27 27 19.NUMERICAL LISTING Standards Number MS 148 : Part 1 : 1973 MS 149 : 1992 MS 150 : 1999 MS 224 : 2005 MS 281 : Part 1 : 1999 MS 281 : Part 2 : 1998 MS 281 : Part 3 : 1998 MS 281 : Part 4 : 1999 MS 281 : Part 5 : 1998 MS 281 : Part 6 : 1998 MS 281 : Part 10 : 1999 MS 281 : Part 11 : 1999 MS 281 : Part 12 : 2001 MS 281 : Part 14 : 2001 MS 281 : Part 15 : 1992 MS 281 : Part 16 : 1999 MS 297 : 1981 MS 298 : 1985 MS 317 : 1986 MS 463 : 1994 MS 466 : 1987 MS 506 : 1977 (2004) MS 511 : 1977 MS 562 : 1978 (2002) MS 602 : 1979 MS 671 : Part 1 : 2002 MS 671 : Part 2 : 1992 MS 672 : 1999 MS 676 : 2001 MS 679 : 1999 MS 681 : 1980 MS 735 : 1996 MS 773 : 1999 MS 868 : 1999 MS 876 : 1984 MS 908 : 1984 MS 973 : 2002 MS 974 : 2002 MS 976 : 2004 MS 978 : 1985 MS 979 : Part 1 : 1985 MS 979 : Part 2 : 1985 MS 1010 : 1986 MS 1012 : 2003 MS 1013 : 1986 MS 1068 : 2002 MS 1070 : 2002 MS 1082 : 1994 MS 1097 : 2005 MS 1105 : 1988 MS 1106 : 1988 MS 1151 : 1989 MS 1151 : Part 1 : 2005 Price (RM) 30 20 10 20 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 10 10 10 50 10 20 20 20 60 50 30 20 20 40 10 20 30 20 30 20 30 20 10 10 20 40 40 30 30 20 10 10 20 20 10 20 20 10 10 Page 29 30 28 28 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 1 3 30 22 3 20 19. 16 27 26 20 30 22 20 22 19 Standards Number MS 1151 : Part 2 : 1992 MS 1155 : 2003 MS 1156 : 1989 MS 1157 : Part 16 : 1992 MS 1157 : Part 18 : 1992 MS 1157 : Part 19 : 1992 MS 1157 : Part 22 : 1991 MS 1157 : Part 24 : 1991 MS 1157 : Part 27 : 1993 MS 1157 : Part 29 : 1992 MS 1157 : Part 31 : 1992 MS 1157 : Part 34 : 1991 MS 1157 : Part 35 : 1991 MS 1157 : Part 38 : 2005 MS 1157 : Part 39 : 1991 MS 1157 : Part 40/1 : 1999 MS 1157 : Part 40/2 : 1999 MS 1157 : Part 41 : 1999 MS 1208 : 2005 MS 1225 : Part 1 : 2004 MS 1225 : Part 2 : 2006 MS 1267 : 1992 MS 1268 : 1992 MS 1269 : 1992 MS 1271 : 1992 MS 1272 : Part 1 : 1993 MS 1272 : Part 2 : 1992 MS 1274 : 1992 MS 1291 : 2003 MS 1292 : 1992 MS 1295 : 1992 MS 1303 : Part 1 : 1993 MS 1312 : 1993 MS 1332 : 1993 MS 1334 : 1993 MS 1336 : 1993 MS 1337 : 1993 MS 1339 : 1993 MS 1343 : Part 1 : 1993 MS 1343 : Part 2 : 1993 MS 1344 : 1993 MS 1345 : 1993 MS 1348 : 2005 MS 1349 : 1994 MS 1359 : Part 4 : 1994 MS 1359 : Part 5 : 1994 MS 1359 : Part 6 : 1994 MS 1359 : Part 7 : 1995 MS 1359 : Part 8 : 1995 MS 1371 : 1995 MS 1385 : 1996 MS 1392 : 1998 MS 1394 : 1996 MS 1400 : 1996 MS 1405 : 1996 Price (RM) 20 20 20 20 10 10 10 20 30 20 20 10 20 10 10 20 10 20 10 30 30 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 10 30 30 10 50 20 20 20 10 10 20 20 20 10 20 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 10 20 20 10 Page 22 27 20 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4. 20. 15 2 2 2 2 2 9. 25 20.26. 15 30 9. 25 1. 18 4 5 5 2. 16 21 2 30 21 21 32 . 29 30 30 27 20 19 20. 5 30 27 27 16 21 16 9 9 9 9 27 5 30 16 21 18 16 15 19 21 16 16 21 9.25 16 3 .

29 8 28 19 23 23 28 28 5 5 18 28 2 2 26 5 5 5 3 3 21 21 Standards Number MS 1558 : 2002 MS 1559 : 2002 MS 1560 : 2002 MS 1563 : 2002 MS 1564 : Part 1 : 2003 MS 1564 : Part 2 : 2003 MS 1564 : Part 3 : 2002 MS 1564 : Part 4 : 2002 MS 1564 : Part 5 : 2002 MS 1564 : Part 6 : 2002 MS 1565 : 2002 MS 1566 : 2002 MS 1567 : Part 1 : 2002 MS 1568 : Part 7 : 2002 MS 1582 : 2003 MS 1593 : 2003 MS 1594 : 2003 MS 1733 : 2004 MS 1734 : 2004 MS 1735 : 2004 MS 1736 : Part 1 : 2004 MS 1736 : Part 2 : 2004 MS 1736 : Part 3 : 2004 MS 1736 : Part 5 : 2004 MS 1736 : Part 7 : 2004 MS 1737 : 2004 MS 1738 : 2004 MS 1739 : 2004 MS 1740 : 2004 MS 1741 : 2004 MS 1761 : 2004 MS 1769 : 2004 MS 1770 : 2004 MS 1771 : 2004 MS 1772 : Part 1 : 2004 MS 1772 : Part 2 : 2004 MS 1805 : 2005 MS 1806 : 2005 MS 1807 : 2005 MS 1808 : 2005 MS 1809 : 2005 MS 1810 : 2005 MS 1811 : 2005 MS 1812 : 2005 MS 1813 : 2005 MS 1856 : 2005 MS 1857 : 2005 MS 1858 : 2005 MS 1871 : 2005 MS 1872 : 2005 MS 1896 : 2005 MS 1897 : 2005 MS 1898 : 2005 MS 1899 : 2005 MS 2000 : 2005 MS 2001 : 2005 Price (RM) 10 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 20 10 20 10 20 20 20 20 20 40 20 20 20 20 20 20 50 30 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 40 50 40 40 40 40 50 50 40 40 40 10 20 10 40 40 40 40 50 50 Page 21 23 21 30 28 28 28 28 28 28 29 29 29 5 21 21 22 22 22 22 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 26 26 26 22 22 22 23 23 23 23 23 10 18 30 19 19 16 19 20 20 18 18 24 24 24 24 24 24 33 .NUMERICAL LISTING Standards Number MS 1406 : 1996 MS 1407 : Part 1 : 1996 MS 1407 : Part 2 : 1996 MS 1407 : Part 3 : 2001 MS 1407 : Part 4 : 2001 MS 1418 : 1997 MS 1420 : 1997 MS 1421 : 2005 MS 1422 : 1997 MS 1423 : 1997 MS 1424 : 1997 MS 1439 : 1998 MS 1440 : 1998 MS 1441 : 1998 MS 1442 : 1998 MS 1443 : 1998 MS 1444 : 1998 MS 1449 : Part 1 : 1999 MS 1449 : Part 3 : 1999 MS 1449 : Part 4 : 1999 MS 1449 : Part 5 : 1999 MS 1449 : Part 6 : 1999 MS 1465 : Part 1 : 1999 MS 1465 : Part 2 : 1999 MS 1466 : 1999 MS 1467 : 1999 MS 1468 : 1999 MS 1469 : 1999 MS 1470 : 1999 MS 1473 : 1999 MS 1476 : 1999 MS 1477 : 1999 MS 1478 : 1999 MS 1479 : 1999 MS 1501 : 2000 MS 1502 : 2000 MS 1504 : 2000 MS 1505 : 2005 MS 1509 : 2000 MS 1510 : 2000 MS 1521 : 2001 MS 1523 : 2001 MS 1524 : 2001 MS 1528 : Part 1 : 2001 MS 1530 : 2001 MS 1541 : 2002 MS 1542 : 2002 MS 1545 : 2002 MS 1546 : 2002 MS 1547 : 2002 MS 1548 : 2002 MS 1549 : 2002 MS 1550 : 2002 MS 1556 : 2002 MS 1557 : 2002 Price (RM) 20 30 30 30 20 20 10 40 10 20 10 20 150 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 10 20 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 30 30 10 40 10 20 20 10 20 30 10 10 20 10 20 10 10 10 10 20 20 Page 9 27 27 28 28 19 23 9 23 23 21.29 23. 23 30 8 9 9 29 29 5 5 5 5 5 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 23 23.

17 11. 12 12 8 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 17 12 19 34 .NUMERICAL LISTING Standards Number MS ISO MS ISO 34-2 : 1999 MS ISO 36 : 2002 MS ISO 37 : 1998 MS ISO 48 : 2002 MS ISO 60 : 2004 MS ISO 62 : 2001 MS ISO 75-1 : 1999 MS ISO 75-2 : 1999 MS ISO 75-3 : 1999 MS ISO 132 : 2002 MS ISO 175 : 2001 MS ISO 176 : 2001 MS ISO 177 : 2001 MS ISO 178 : 2004 MS ISO 179-1 : 2002 MS ISO 179-2 : 2002 MS ISO 180 : 2002 MS ISO 188 : 2001 MS ISO 247 : 2001 MS ISO 287 : 1999 MS ISO 289-1 : 1998 MS ISO 289-2 : 1998 MS ISO 291 : 2000 MS ISO 294-1 : 2002 MS ISO 294-2 : 2002 MS ISO 294-3 : 2002 MS ISO 294-5 : 2004 MS ISO 296 : 2001 MS ISO 305 : 2001 MS ISO 489 : 1998 MS ISO 498 : 2002 MS ISO 527 : Part 1 : 1994 MS ISO 527 : Part 2 : 1994 MS ISO 527 : Part 3 : 2001 MS ISO 527 : Part 4 : 2001 MS ISO 527 : Part 5 : 2001 MS ISO 604 : 2003 MS ISO 780 : 2001 MS ISO 813 : 1999 MS ISO 815 : 1998 MS ISO 844 : 1998 MS ISO 868 : 2004 MS ISO 877 : 2001 MS ISO 899-1 : 1999 MS ISO 899-2 : 1999 MS ISO 974 : 2003 MS ISO 1043-1 : 2004 MS ISO 1043-2 : 2004 MS ISO 1043-3 : 2004 MS ISO 1043-4 : 2004 MS ISO 1158 : 2002 MS ISO 1183 : 1995 MS ISO 1209-1 : 1997 Price (RM) Page Standards Number MS ISO 1209-2 : 1997 MS ISO 1210 : 1995 MS ISO/TR 1326 : 1995 MS ISO 1403 : 2002 MS ISO 1431-2 : 1999 MS ISO 1432 : 2000 MS ISO 1433 : 2000 MS ISO 1628-1 : 2004 MS ISO 1628-2 : 2004 MS ISO 1629 : 2004 MS ISO 1675 : 1995 MS ISO 1798 : 1998 MS ISO 1817 : 2002 MS ISO 1853 : 2002 MS ISO 1873 : Part 1 : 1994 MS ISO 1873 : Part 2 : 1994 MS ISO 1926 : 1997 MS ISO 2039-1 : 2004 MS ISO 2285 : 1999 MS ISO 2393 : 2000 MS ISO 2528 : 2000 MS ISO 2555 : 1995 MS ISO 2561 : 1998 MS ISO 2578 : 1995 MS ISO 2580 : Part 1 : 1994 MS ISO 2580 : Part 2 : 1999 MS ISO 2782 : 1999 MS ISO 2818 : 1995 MS ISO 2897-1 : 2001 MS ISO 2897-2 : 1999 MS ISO 2898-1 : 2001 MS ISO 2898-2 : 1999 MS ISO 2921 : 2001 MS ISO 3146 : 2004 MS ISO 3167 : 2003 MS ISO 3821 : 2002 MS ISO 3383 : 1998 MS ISO 3384 : 2002 MS ISO 3865 : 1999 MS ISO 4000-1 : 2002 MS ISO 4570-1 : 2002 MS ISO 4570-2 : 2002 MS ISO 4570-3 : 2002 MS ISO 4582 : 2001 MS ISO 4589-1 : 2000 MS ISO 4589-2 : 2000 MS ISO 4607 : 1995 MS ISO 4610 : 2004 MS ISO 4613-2 : 1999 MS ISO 4642 : 2004 MS ISO 4648 : 1998 MS ISO 4661-1 : 1998 MS ISO 4665 : 2002 MS ISO 4892-1 : 1998 MS ISO 4892-2 : 1998 Price (RM) 10 20 10 10 20 10 20 30 20 10 10 10 30 20 10 10 10 20 10 20 20 20 10 30 10 20 20 20 10 20 10 20 10 20 20 20 10 20 20 30 10 10 20 30 20 30 20 20 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 Page 19 12 12 26 7 7 7 12 12 29 13 13 7 7 17 17 19 13 7 7 24 13 17 13 17 17 7 13 17 17 17 17 7 13 13 26 7 7 7 30 29 29 29 13 13 17 13 18 18 27 7 8 8 13 13 20 10 20 30 10 20 10 10 10 20 30 10 10 30 30 30 20 20 10 10 20 10 20 30 10 20 20 10 10 10 10 20 10 10 20 20 30 20 20 20 20 20 30 20 20 20 20 10 20 10 20 20 10 6 3 6 6 10 10 10 10 10 6 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 6 6 6 6 6 11 16 16 16 17 3 11.17 24 24 24 11 6 6 6 8. 8 8. 11 3 11.

NUMERICAL LISTING Standards Number MS ISO 4892-3 : 1998 MS ISO 4892-4 : 1998 MS ISO 6252 : 1999 MS ISO 6427 : 1997 MS ISO 6471 : 2000 MS ISO 6502 : 2002 MS ISO 6603-1 : 2003 MS ISO 6603-2 : 2003 MS ISO 6762 : 2002 MS ISO 7111 : 1998 MS ISO 7391-1 : 2001 MS ISO 7391-2 : 1999 MS ISO 7619 : 2000 MS ISO 8013 : 2005 MS ISO 8256 : 1999 MS ISO 8570 : 2004 MS ISO 8789 : 2005 MS ISO 8985 : 2000 MS ISO 9026 : 1998 MS ISO 9413 : 2002 MS ISO 10508 : 2004 MS ISO 11346 : 1999 MS ISO 11357-1 : 1999 MS ISO 11357-2 : 2003 MS ISO 11357-3 : 2003 MS ISO 11357-5 : 2004 MS ISO 11357-6 : 2004 MS ISO 11357-7 : 2004 MS ISO 11424 : 2002 MS ISO 11425 : 2004 MS ISO 13007-1 : 2005 MS ISO 13007-2 : 2005 MS ISO 13468-1 : 2004 MS ISO 13468-2 : 2004 MS ISO 13586 : 2003 MS ISO 13802 : 2004 MS ISO 14782 : 2004 MS ISO 15512 : 2004 MS ISO 15605 : 2003 MS ISO 15850 : 2004 MS ISO 15876-1 : 2004 MS ISO 15876-2 : 2004 MS ISO 15876-3 : 2004 MS ISO 15876-5 : 2004 MS ISO 15876-7 : 2004 MS ISO 16014-1 : 2004 MS ISO 16014-2 : 2004 MS ISO 16014-3 : 2004 MS ISO 16014-4 : 2004 MS ISO 17281 : 2004 Price (RM) 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 10 10 20 20 20 140 30 20 90 30 20 80 30 10 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 50 20 20 30 50 20 20 20 30 20 30 30 20 30 30 20 20 20 30 Page 13 13 14 14.22 8 3 14 14 29 14 18 18 8 8 14 24 8 18 8 29 20 8 14 14 14 14 14 14 20 20 30 31 14 14 15 31 15 15 31 15 26 26 26 26 26 15 15 15 15 15 35 .

Latex foam rubber .1).Chromatography .1 Automotive lamps – Plastic lenses (MS 1469).21 Mattresses.19. bonded.13 .10 .26 C Cellular plastics . Code of practice (MS 671:Pt.28 .30 .2).19 .30 .Page A Adhesives . dome lids.23 Floor mats .28 . trunnion and/or comb lifting (MS 1564:Part 3).27 Films (Materials) – PVC (MS 681).Part 3 : Four wheels.20 .19 . 500 L – 1200 L (MS 1564:Part 2).27 G Gas .3 .Part 4 : Four wheels.Flexible cellular materials (MS ISO 1798).2).MS Number .Part 6 : safety and health requirement (MS 1564:Part 6).Part 2 : Industrial methods (MS 1772:Pt.For domestic & general use (MS 679). organic coating (MS 1509).23 .Design & installation. flat lids.30 .Flexible cellular materials (MS 1809).27 Cushion Gum (MS 1348). For vehicles (MS 1068).19 .30 For ceramic tiles and mosaics (MS 1295). 16 B Bearings .30 .Bond strength (MS 1505).23 36 . 12 Cold water storage .600 gal capacity (MS 1225:Pt.28 . for plywood (MS 908).Test methods (MS 466).21 Mobile waste containers .Part 2 : Four wheels.750 L – 1700 L. 1).PVC floor mat (MS 1470). 80 L – 390 L (MS 1564:Part 1).Cup.Rubber floor mat (MS 1068). Electrical purpose (MS 876).28 .30 Ceramic tiles Grouts and adhesives .28 F Feeding bottles (Babies) – Plastics (MS 735).31 Ammonia.Rubber materials (MS 1385).Terms and definitions (MS ISO 13007-1).Glossary (MS 562). molded urethane foams (MS 1332). 8.22 Film hardness.18 .Materials of elastomeric bridge bearings (MS 671:Pt.Flexural properties (MS ISO 1209-2).Part 1 : Two wheels. Wide trunnion and/or BG (MS 1564:Part 4).Part 5 : test method and performance requirements (MS 1564:Part 5).19 . domestic purposes . Anhydrous & aqueous (MS 506).31 L Latex .27 .29 D Disposable polystyrene cutlery (MS 1502).Page Subject .23 Flexible cellular materials .Phenolic & aminoplastic.Air and vacuum systems (MS ISO 11424).Tensile properties (MS ISO 1926).27 H Hose .2).Slabs.Tyre dimensions and rims. spoon and litre measure (MS 1560).Bonding decorative thermoset laminates (MS 1563). .1).Rubber.28 .Sampling (MS ISO 15605). 30 Test methods .Adhesives (MS ISO 13007-2).Residual vinyl chloride monomer (MS 1013).3.2 M Marine fenders .18 Flexible plastics laminates .MS Number .Gas welding equipment (MS ISO 3821).10 Flexible packaging material .Determination of thickness (MS 1504). Inch code (MS 1565).Feed expansion cisterns (MS 1225:Pt.20 Buckets (Containers) – Plastics (MS 676). 27 Measuring equipment.Rigid materials (MS ISO 844).770 L – 1300 L.INDEX Subject .Pressure sensitive PVC.Part 1 : Absolute methods (MS 1772:Pt.Bending test (MS ISO 1209-1). .27 Motorcycles .28 Motor vehicle .

5).13 . ammonia-preserved types (MS ISO 296).23 .13 .Short-beam strength (MS 1811).12 .Ethylene/vinyl acetate (E/VAC) .Blow-moulded thermoplastic (MS 1735).14 .Composite materials (MS 1812).Universal calibration method (MS ISO 16014-2).General test method (MS ISO 75-1).Sampling (MS 281:Pt.17 .Alkalinity (MS 281:Pt.Burning behaviour of horizontal & vertical (MS ISO 1210).11 .2 O Open-mouth sacks.3 .6).Test specimens .20.Water content (MS ISO 15512).14). Code of practice .Total solid content (MS 281:Pt.MS Number .1 .10).14 -Temperature and enthalpy of melting and crystallization (MS ISO 11357-3).Moisture content determination (MS ISO 287).Unplasticised PVC.15 .Compressive properties (MS ISO 604).Glass transition temperature (MS ISO 11357-2).Packaging (MS 1733).17 .Plastic waste pipe & fittings (MS 978).10 .pH (MS 281:Pt.16).1 .Haze (MS ISO 14782).2).Flammability & burning rate (MS ISO/TR 1326). Method for the determination .Determination of vinyl acetate content (MS ISO 8985).Centrifuged or creamed.Unplasticised PVC sewerage pipe & fittings (MS 979:Pt.3 .Density & relative density of non-cellular plastics (MS ISO 1183).1 Natural rubber – Inner tubes for motor vehicles (MS 868).Changes in colour & variations in properties (MS ISO 4582).High-temperature method (MS ISO 16014-4).Beverage containers (MS 1476).Crystallization kinetics (MS ISO 11357-7).Environmental stress cracking (MS ISO 6252).1).20.Dry films (MS ISO 498).Volatile fatty acid number (MS 281:Pt.Plastics and ebonite (MS ISO 75-2).15 .Bars (MS 1343:Pt.12 . Underground sewerage pipe & fittings (MS 979:Pt.2 .6 Pipe fittings . 25 .13 .KOH number (MS 281:Pt.Viscosity (MS 281:Pt.Melting behaviour (MS ISO 3146).1 .15). 1).28 P Pacifiers (Babies) (MS 1156).MS Number . 25 Plastics .Plates (MS 1343:Pt. 29 Natural rubber products – Extractable proteins (MS 1392).3).15 .18 .General principles (MS ISO 16014-1).19 .20.Amorphous thermoplastic .2).14 .1 . 20 Packaging.Pictorial marking (MS ISO 780).15 .15 .13 . 16 .1 .Burning behavior – Ambient – Temperature test (MS ISO 4589-2).Acrylonitrile/butadiene/styrene .1 .12 . 25 .Preparation of test specimens & properties (MS ISO 4613-2).Oxidation induction time (MS ISO 11357-6).Differential scanning calorimetry (MS ISO 11357-1).Total nitrogen (MS 281:Pt.10 .Barcol Hardness Impressor (MS 1808).Low-temperature method (MS ISO 16014-3).Adhesive bonds (MS 1810).15 .Ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer (EVAC) thermoplastics .16 .Determination .14 .Hardness .Preparation of test specimens (MS ISO 2580:Pt.Dry rubber content (MS 281:Pt.Ethylene.12).2).Deflection under load .19 .30 . environmental stress (MS 1371).Reaction-curve temperature and times (MS ISO 11357-5).14 37 .Part 1 : Ball identification method (MS ISO 2039-1).Page Subject .Coding system (MS 1405).4).6 Paper.Brittleness temperature (MS ISO 974).22 .Burning behavior by oxygen index (MS ISO 4589-1).14 .21 .Bond strength (MS 1505).13 .1 .Mechanical stability (MS 281:Pt.9.1). 2).1 .Coagulum content (MS 281:Pt.11).2 .18 .1 .Boric acid content (MS 281:Pt.22 .20.17 .Page N Natural rubber latex concentrate .12 .14 . .10 .1).Containers .Designation (MS ISO 2580:Pt.10 .16 .Average molecular mass . polyolefin woven (MS 1521).Index Subject .Determination of.Time temperature limits (MS ISO 2578).

Drainability (bottles and jars) (MS 1858). specification .9.11 .Gas transmission rate (MS 1344).Resins in liquid or emulsion or dispersions (MS ISO 2555).14 .15 .1).Wetting tension (MS 1420).16 .Multipurpose test (MS ISO 3167).Thermosetting materials.Test conditions for moulding and extrusion plastics (MS ISO 527:Pt.Tension fatigue crack (MS ISO 15850).9 . 2).12 .22 .Liquid resins-Density & relative density (MS ISO 1675). 17 .Mechanical scanning (MS 1339).Capacity.17 .Container capacity.Single-beam instrument (MS ISO 13468-1).16 . 4).21 .Non-instrumented (MS ISO 6603-1).13 .15 .28 .16 .Measuring shrinkage (MS 1501).Fillers and reinforcing materials (MS ISO 1043:Pt. Compression moulding (MS 1336).17 Plastics – Flexible cellular materials (MS 1809).27 .10 .21 38 . 1).Injection moulding (MS ISO 294-1).Film and sheeting .2).MS Number .Preparation of test specimens & determination of properties (MS ISO 2898-2).Shrink tension (MS 1807).Preparation of test specimens & determination of properties (MS ISO 2897-2).15 .19 Plastics container.9 .Double-beam instrument (MS ISO 13468-2).Compression moulding (MS 1334).Investigating anisotropy (MS ISO 294-5). Determination of tensile properties .Small tensile bars (MS ISO 294-2). 8 .17 .Guidelines for the standardization of methods-Viscosity (MS ISO 1628/1). 11.Puncture impact.Glossary (MS 1440).Puncture propagation (MS 1806).Preparation of test specimens by machining (MS ISO 2818).Preparation of glass fibre reinforced (MS 1337).Polycarbonate (PC) moulding .Rockwell (MS 1272:Pt.13 .17 .Flexural creep by three-point loading (MS ISO 899-2).2).23 .General principles (MS ISO 527:Pt.23 .18 .Tensile-impact strength (MS ISO 8256).Matter extractable (MS ISO 6427).Puncture propagation (MS 1806).27 .23 .Glass fibre reinforced (MS 1418).Tensile creep (MS ISO 899-1).Basic polymer (MS ISO 1043:Pt.MS Number .22 .8 .23 .1).Pasticizer (MS ISO 1043:Pt.12 .Clorine content (MS ISO 1158).Instrumented (MS ISO 6603-2). 23 .19 .12 . 5 L to 60 L (MS 1407:Pt.Shore (MS 1271). lids (MS 1558).11.Transparent plastics .LEFM method (MS ISO 13586).3).19 .Method of exposure to natural weathering (MS ISO 4607).Page .16 .4).13 .23 .17 . 11.Non-instrumented impact test (MS ISO 179-1).16 .8 . mass and tolerances or dimensions (MS 1407:Pt.Designation systems & basis for specifications (MS ISO 2897-1).10 .Ignition loss of cured reinforced resins (MS 1813).24 .Unrestrained linear thermal shrinkage (MS 1422).12 .12 .17 .Thermal stability.13 .Three point bending (MS 1473).Package yield (MS 1424). 3).Open – Flame carbon-Arc lamps (MS ISO 4892-4).Tensile creep (MS 1345).14.15 .Small plates (MS ISO 294-3).17 .Hardness .19 .Designation system (MS ISO 7391-1).250 L capacity (MS 1407:Pt.Test specimens & determination of properties (MS ISO 7391-2). discoloration methods (MS ISO 305).Ball indentation (MS 1272:Pt. 70 L .Page .14 .9 .12 .Force required (MS 1151:Pt.Vinyl chloride homoplymers and copolymer . 1).14 .Transmission of oxygen gas (MS 1734).Soluble matter .9 . rigid plastics Subject . 1).12 .12 .11 Plastics.18 .Impact-resistant polystyrene (PS-I) .Film .14 .23 .Cold-crack temperature (MS ISO 8570).Shrink tension (MS 1807).Flame retardants (MS ISO 1043:Pt.21.Parallel plate method (MS 1423).14 .18 . 15 .Thermoplastics materials .18 Plastics film .Designation systems & basis for specifications (MS ISO 2898-1).Plasticized poly (vinyl chloride) PVC-P .23 .11 . 22 .20 Plastics. 2).13 .High-strength thermosetting laminates (MS ISO 75-3). 2).Index Subject .Flexural properties (MS ISO 178). Charpy impact properties .23 Plastics food containers.28 .WC seats (MS 976).Rigid cellular plastics materials (MS 1528:Pt.Symbols .Tear resistance (MS 1151-1).Drums.13 .Extraction by chemicals (MS 1805).21 .Screw thread (MS 1407:Pt.General principles (MS ISO 1628-1).Test for haze (MS 1421).Fracture toughness (MS ISO 17281).Instrumented impact test (MS ISO 179-2).

24 .8 .10 Plastics resistivity.Designation (MS ISO 1873:Pt.21 Precured tread (MS 1208). installation (MS 1737).Tubular test pieces (MS 1738).25 .11 .8 39 .Undirectional fibre-reinforced composites (MS ISO 527-5).Carbon black dispersion (MS 1442).Fittings (MS 1736:Part 3).Surface (MS 1465:Pt 1).26 Crosslinked polyethylene (PE-X) .24-hour gas (air) space acetaldehyde content (MS 1468).9 Polyethylene container .30 Polyethylene . 25 .24 .Peel cling (MS 2001).Temperature of deflection under load (MS 1274).Open – Flame carbon . 18 Polystrene – Residual styrene monometer (MS ISO 2561).26 .25 .Test method for leaktightness (MS 1740). 1). Laboratory light sources .Environmental stress crack (MS 1593).24 Plastic lenses – Automotive lamps (MS 1469).Fluorescent UV lamps (MS ISO 4892-3).Floor mats – motor vehicles (MS 1470).Abrasion resistance (MS 1897).Preparation of test specimens (MS ISO 1873:Pt.Fitness for purpose of the system (MS ISO 15876-5).10 .Films and sheets (MS ISO 527-3). 29 Polyethylene film . Liquid chemicals .Load containment (MS 1896).30 PVC .Exposure to solar radiation (MS ISO 877). household wares (MS 1557).Protrusion puncture (MS 1898).Free falling dart method (MS 1105).Hot seal strength (MS 1899).Determination of 2% secant modulus (MS 1467).11 .Cold water storage (MS 1225:Part 1).29 . industrial & agricultural applications (MS 1479).13 .17 Polystyrene cushioning foams (MS 1510).11 Plastics.Rubber.28 .9 .10 Pneumatic passengers car tyres (MS 149).28 Polyurethane foam.21 Plastics.27 Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles .21 Polyethylene film – Low density (MS 1478).9 Plastics moulding .Izod impact strength (MS ISO 180).General guidance (MS ISO 4892-1).25 . Test methods .Environmental stress-crack.13 . 2).9 Plastic.1.Polybutylene . loss (MS ISO 176).26 Raw rubber – Green strength (MS ISO 9026).24 .26 .10 R Radiator hose .Thermoplastic pipes.23. hot and cold water .Pipes (MS ISO 15876-2).25 .Retreads.25 Plastics.2).Pneumatic tyres (MS 1439).24 .17 .Determination of flexural properties of rigid plastics (MS 1349).General (MS ISO 15876-1).Activated carbon method. temperature cycling (MS 1739).Page Plastics.25 .11 . water absorption (MS ISO 62).24 .Isotropic and orthotropic fiber-reinforced composites (MS ISO 527-4).22 .25 . domestic use (MS 1530).Index Subject .blow-moulded (MS 1582).General (MS 1736:Part 1).Cable insulation & sheaths.arc lamps (MS ISO 4892-4).23 Polyethylene tanks – 600 gal (MS 1225:Pt.Effects of immersion (MS ISO 175).10 .24 Plastics piping system.21 .Water vapor transmission rate (MS 2000). For motor vehicles (MS 224).Xenon-arc sources (MS ISO 4892-2). 29 Polyethylene Sheeting-Construction.13 . 15 .24 .Changes in colour & appearance (MS ISO 4582).13 . Method of test . Tensile properties . For automobile (MS 1070).13 Plastics washing basins.copolymer thermoplastics .17 Polymers .Resin (MS 1012).28 Plastics lockable containers.16 .24 .Fittings (MS ISO 15876-3).23.Thermoplastics pipes.Guidance for the assessment of conformity (MS 1736:Part 7).Code of practice for system of tolerances for dimension (MS 1406).Volume (MS 1465:Pt 2).Guidance for the assessment of conformity (MS ISO 15876-7).10 Polypropylene and propylene . polyethylene tank .21 Plastics.MS Number . 1).26 .Fitness for purpose of the system (MS 1736:Part 5).26 Plastics tableware (MS 1556).25 .Standard atmospheres (MS ISO 291).27 Plastic piping system .Rigid PVC (MS 1010).Film (MS 681).26 .Thermogravimetric measurements (MS ISO 7111). Plasticizers .30 Pneumatic tyres (MS 148:Pt. high-resilience (MS 1268).Determination of migration (MS ISO 177).Page Subject .14 Polymeric materials Compression set (MS 1871).MS Number . 18 Humid conditions (MS 1872).11 Plastics. 9.Pipes (MS 1736:Part 2).22 Polyethylene Film & Sheeting (MS 1477).

Rapid plasticity and plasticity retention (MS 1359:Pt.Total nitrogen content (MS 281:Pt.27 .1).1 .19.8 . 20.1 .6 .2 . 26 .15).Mooney viscosity (MS ISO 289-1).Rubber thread . Evaporated preserved (MS 317).7 .1 .5 .Rubber.Copper content (MS 1449:Pt 3).Resistance to weathering (MS ISO 4665).7 .Hoses . For motor vehicles (MS 224).Viscosity (MS 281:Pt.Nomenclature (MS ISO 1629).2 .2).6 .8 Subject .KOH number (MS 281:Pt.Natural.Crystallization (MS 1546).14).16 Retread tyres .7 . 8).Determination of calcium content (MS 1568:Pt.MS Number . materials (MS 1292).Pneumatic.Index Subject .Pre-vulcanization characteristics (MS ISO 289-2).Powdered rubber (MS 1550).7 Rubber hose .Rubber teat-Volatile nitrosamines (MS 1312).Measurement of resistivity (MS ISO 1853).Iron content (MS 1449:Pt 5).26 .Metal content .Power free (MS 1549).1 .6 .1 .21 .Gloves .6 S Sacks .2 .8 .7 Rubber threads .Sludge content (MS 1541).Temperatures of 5 – 40 degrees celcius (MS 1547).2 .30 .27 .9 Sealing rings .3 .Radiator.2 .2 . For water supply & drainage pipeline (Withdrawn) (MS 672).Agricultural spraying (MS 1545).Magnesium content (MS 1449:Pt 6).5 .Mechanical stability (MS 281:Pt.1 .3).2 .Non-collapsible (MS ISO 4642).Flexible tubing & hose.19.1 .Surgical (MS 1291).Dirt content (MS 1542). for automobiles (MS 1070).Test methods (MS 1400).6). Strength – Flexible barrier (MS 1441).Achieving elevated or subnormal temperature (MS ISO 3383).Test methods (MS ISO 3383).5 .For medical examination & diagnostic (MS 1155).Determination of ash (MS ISO 247).Rubber.Volatile matter (MS 1548).Atomic absorption spectrometry .1 .Dry rubber content (MS 281:Pt. For commercial planting (MS 463).Total solid content (MS 281:Pt. Heavy-duty (MS 1106).20 Safety Seal.Page .20 Rubber latices .5 .3.Curemeters (MS ISO 6502). thermoplastic.Automotive power-steering systems (MS ISO 11425).2 .29 Rubber latex concentrate .Coagulum content (MS 281:Pt. 6).27 .5 .MS Number . 5).Seeds. for commercial planting (MS 463).Vulcanized.Residual powder .27 Rubber hoses and hose assemblies .16).Colour (MS 1359:Pt.2 Rubber test mixes – Equipment & procedures (MS ISO 2393).29 Rubber.6 .3 .Alkalinity (MS 281:Pt.Solvent extract (MS 1524).Page Raw natural rubber. test methods for technically specified . Unvulcanized .3 40 . 27 .30 Rubber tyre – Determination of tyre plunger energy (MS 1444).Swimming fins (MS 974).Hardness test (MS ISO 815). ageing and heat resistance (MS ISO 188). For LPG installation (MS 773).2 . temperature-retraction characteristics (MS ISO 2921).5 .Mooney Accelerated Storage Hardening (MASHT) (MS 1359:Pt.11).12). 27 Seasonings see also Condiments Seeds .For retreating automobile tyre (MS 1097).19.26 .Raw natural.Physical tests (MS ISO 4661-1).Mooney viscosity (MS 1359:Pt.5).5 .Volatile fatty acid number (MS 281:Pt. drainage & sewerage pipelines (MS 672).20 . Sampling (MS 298).Seals-water stops.Rubber.pH (MS 281:Pt.Raw natural (MS 297).Zinc content (MS 1449:Pt 1).5 .21 Rubber tread.5 .Boric acid content (MS 281:Pt.Method-Manganese content (MS 1449:Pt 4).7 .Pocket hardness meters (MS ISO 7619). methods of test (MS ISO 3865).Vulcanized. 4).2 Residual vinyl chloride monomer (MS 1013 ).2 .10).Polyethylene.Elastomeric teats (MS 1082).Wallace Accelerated Storage Hardening (WASHT) (MS 1359:Pt.3 .Sampling (MS 281:Pt.20 .7).5 . 7).2 . vulcanized.28 Rubber .Bands (MS 973). Compund (MS 1097).Rubber seals – Water supply.2 .3 .5 .4).

22).7 .Effect of liquids (MS ISO 1817).19 Test method .Resistance to ozone cracking (MS 1157:Pt.28 .Inner tubes for motor vehicles (MS 868).20 Textile-reinforced rubber water hose (MS ISO 1403). Thick (MS 602).8 .Page .4.16 .Measurements (MS ISO 4648).Tear resistance (MS 1151-1).4 .4 .4 .5 .For use in rubber (MS 511).22 .29 . 20V1 (MS ISO 4570-3).Page Subject .6 Thermoplastic road marking materials (MS 1303: Pt.30 .6 .Passenger car and rims (MS ISO 4000-1).Rigid substrate – 90 degrees peel method (MS ISO 813). 10V1. Method of test for plastics .27 T Tear tests .Valve threads .1).6 .4 . 29 Tyres (MS 149).Hardness (MS ISO 48).Antistatic & conductive products (MS 1157:Pt.Ageing characteristics (MS 1157:Pt. 17V1. Retread.Determination of tear strength .Hot and cold water systems (MS ISO 10508).29 .5 .Tension fatigue (MS 1157:Pt.Threaded plastics closures (MS 1857).Density (MS 1157:Pt. 31).4 .4 .Crystallization effect under compression (MS ISO 6471).29 V Vulcanized rubber .Tensile stress – Strain properties (MS ISO 37).29 .Packaged reagents / proprietary products (MS 1559).Tensile stress-strain properties (MS ISO 37).4 Sheet materials .30 .Flex cracking (MS ISO 132).Valves .5V1. 16V1.Abrasion resistance . 1).28 .20 Thermoplastics rubber . 11V1.22 .Compressed stress relaxation (MS ISO 3384). 34).Adhesion to .16 Thermoplastic. single use (MS 1291).23 Thermoplastics pipes .Textile fabrics (MS ISO 36).Physical tests (MS ISO 4661-1).19 .Pneumatic.Solid tyres (MS 1566).24 Solid materials – Determination of linear thermal expansion (MS 1466).4 . Gravimetric method (MS ISO 2528). 17V2.7 .Estimation of life-time & maximum temperature (MS ISO 11346). 19).3 . 5 .8V2.Blown.600 gal (MS 1225:Pt.Wire cord (MS 1157: Pt. 6V1 and 8V1 (MS ISO 4570-1).7 W Water tanks .24).Water vapour transmission rate.Static adhesion (MS 1157:Pt. 11 Tubes (Tyres) . angle and crescent test pieces (MS 1567:Pt.7 . For motor vehicles (MS 224).Rebound resilience (MS 1157:Pt.2.10 Surgical rubber gloves. 10V1.7 .Staining in contact with organic material (MS ISO 3865).35). 17V3.8 . 12V1 and 13V1 (MS ISO 4570-2).ISO core chamber No. 38). 5V2.9V1. 8 .Modulus in shear (MS 1157:Pt.6 .3 . 19V1.7 .Low temperature stiffening (Gehman test) (MS ISO 1432).Preferred gradations of properties (MS ISO 1433).Chemical test (MS 1157:Pt.30 .6 .26 Thermoplastic containers .39).4 .Plastics tighted drums (MS 1856).22 .Time-interval (MS 1523).PVC.29 .Dynamic strain test (MS ISO 1431-2).Index Subject .6 .27 Z Zinc oxide .20.Abrasive wheel (MS 1157:Pt 40/2).Permeability (MS ISO 2782).3 41 .8. 18 .8 . 13V2.MS Number .16). for highway vehicles (MS 1394).7 .Accelerated ageing .Creep tests (MS ISO 8013).Indentation hardness (MS ISO 7619).Vicat softening temperature (MS 1269). 15V1.MS Number .Metal two-plate (MS 1157: Pt.Tension set (MS ISO 2285).27).2 (MS ISO 6762).Trouser.Pneumatic. Test methods (MS 150). column crush properties (MS 1594).5 .Tubeless.Melt flow index (MS 1267).2).Preparation of samples .29).4 .7 .29 .18).Small (delft) test pieces (MS ISO 34-2).Plastic films & sheetings (MS 1151-2).29 .Temperature rise (MS 1157:Pt 41).7 .Methods of test .16 Transparent Plastics – Refractive Index (MS ISO 489).Dimension and designation (MS ISO 9413).Rigid plates (MS 1157: Pt.8 .Rotating cylindrical drum device (MS 1157:Pt 40/1).

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