BOTSWANA BUREAU OF

STANDARDS
STANDARDS CATALOGUE
JUNE 2014

Contents
Mission, Vision, Values

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About Botswana Bureau of Standards

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How to use the catalogue

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How to place your order

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List of Abbreviations

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List of Technical Committees

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Main ICS Subject Fields

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Botswana Standards listed in numerical order

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Compulsory Standards listed in numerical order

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List of standards classified by subject
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Other publications
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Withdrawn Standards
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Subject Index
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BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 4 . The reader is therefore advised to contact the Information Centre for the latest version of the standard.The standards published by BOBS are subject to periodical review and revision.

The Centre is an international reference point for information about standards. with the mission to improve the quality of life of the citizens of Botswana. the Botswana Bureau of Standards (BOBS) became a Parastatal in April 1997 as envisaged in the Act. BOBS was formed with the primary objectives of formulating Botswana standards and coordinating quality assurance activities in Botswana. Regulatory Compliance. This is done through the following departments: Standards. technical regulations and certification systems in Botswana. The range of standards available at the Centre includes. and Corporate Services. regional and international standards. A twelve (12) member Standards Council heads the organization. BOBS is also a full member of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Information Centre BOBS Information Centre is a depository of technical and technological information. The other alternative is of course to buy and details are found in the next section (How to place an order) BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 5 . Background Following the adoption of the Standards Act by the Botswana Parliament in 1995. but can be used by anyone for reference purposes in the centre. Commercial Enterprise. The catalogue is reviewed quarterly to reflect the new standards that would have been published within the previous quarter. These standards are not available on loan. Botswana. BOBS is the official body responsible for all issues related to standardization and quality assurance at the national level. the national contact point for all Southern African Development Community (SADC) programmes related to standardization and quality assurance and the national Enquiry Point for standards regulations under the World Trade Organization Technical Barriers to Trade Agreement (WTO/TBT).About Botswana Bureau of Standards Introduction The Botswana Bureau of Standards catalogue reflects all BOS standards that have been printed.

(b) Customers outside Botswana Botswana Standards may be obtained through respective countries’ national standards bodies. Sample entry (a) (b) BOS ISO 9001: 2008 (c) (d) Quality management systems: Requirements Requirements for a quality management system where an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to provide products that fulfil customer and applicable regulatory requirements and aims to enhance customer satisfaction. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 6 .00 for standards not more than ten in number.10 Price code: 13 (e) a) c) e) g) Pages: 27 (f) Code of the standards Title Classification number for the standard Number of pages (g) b) d) f) Year of publication Scope Price code How to place your order Botswana Standards (BOS) are available at our Information Centre.120. ICS: 03.How to use the catalogue Botswana standards are arranged in numerical order and by subject with an alphabetical subject index. Payment is by cash or company cheque in (Pula). Money can be deposited into BOBS bank account directly and the deposit slip is faxed. Courier charges are currently at P20. (a) Customers from within Botswana Clients outside Gaborone may fax or mail their orders. Always quote the standard number as shown in the catalogue and/or quotation to avoid making mistakes. Payment is by bank drafts in US Dollars payable to Botswana Bureau of Standards. The account number is availed upon request.

00 95.00 235.00 85.00 330.00 255.00 80.00 195.For enquiries please contact: Information Centre Botswana Bureau of Standards Private Bag BO 48 Gaborone Tel: +267 390 3200 Fax: +267 390 3120 Toll free: 0 800 600 900 Email: infoc@hq.00 120.00 145.bw Price Table The prices for Botswana Standards are subject to change without notice.00 415.00 30.00 310.00 Updated: June 2014 7 .00 165.00 55.00 45.00 300.00 315.00 190.00 70.00 275. PRICES FOR BOBS STANDARDS CODE NO.00 110. OF PAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8 9-10 11-12 13-14 15-16 17-18 19-20 21-23 24-26 27-29 30-32 33-35 36-40 41-45 46-50 51-55 56-60 61-65 66-80 81-85 86-90 91- BOBS catalogue BOS PRICE (BWP) 25.00 445.bobstandards.00 135.00 35.

List of abbreviations AFD ASTM BCD BOBS BOS BWP CD EED EMD GPD ICS ISO MED SABS TCD BOBS catalogue Agriculture and Food Division American Society for Testing and Materials Building and Construction Division Botswana Bureau of Standards Botswana Standard Botswana Currency (Pula) Chemicals Division Electrical Engineering Division Environmental Management Division General Purpose Division International Classification for Standards International Organization for Standardization Mechanical Engineering Division South African Bureau of Standards Clothing & Textiles Updated: June 2014 8 .

Pipes and Accessories Timber & Timber Products Furniture Paints and vanishes Stationery Industrial and Laboratory Chemicals Occupational Health and Safety Hygiene. eggs and their products Beekeeping and bee products Cement lime & masonry units Tiles Roads Concrete Pipes and Culverts Plastics. maintenance & cleaning chemicals Plastic Products Solar Photovoltaic Energy Systems Electrical Installations & Accessories Telecommunications Solar Thermal Safety and performance of household and similar electrical appliances Galvanic cells and batteries Environmental Management Systems Water quality Quality management Hotels and related establishments Casino and related equipment Metal castings Liquefied petroleum gas Solid fuel fired equipment Door and window frames Motor Vehicles Fire Safety Agricultural machinery & farm implements Welding and allied products Building Environment Design Clothing and Textiles Leather and leather products BOBS catalogue AFD1 AFD2 AFD3 AFD4 AFD5 AFD6 AFD7 AFD8 BCD1 BCD2 BCD3 BCD4 BCD5 BCD7 BCD8 CD1 CD2 CD3 CD4 CD5 CD6 EED1 EED2 EED3 EED4 EED5 EED6 EMD1 EMD2 GPD1 GPD2 GPD3 MED1 MED2 MED3 MED4 MED5 MED6 MED7 MED8 MED9 TCD1 TCD2 Updated: June 2014 9 .List of Technical Committees (TC’s) Fruits and Vegetables Animal Feeding Stuffs Cereals and Pulses Milk and Milk Products Bakery Products Fruit Juices Meat. fish. poultry.

Jewellery Road Vehicle Engineering Railway Engineering Ship Building and Marine Structures Aircraft and Space.International Classification for Standards (ICS) Main ICS Subject Fields 01 03 07 11 13 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 43 45 47 49 53 55 59 61 65 67 71 73 75 77 79 81 83 85 87 91 93 95 97 Generalities. Physical Phenomena Testing Mechanical Systems and Components for General Use Fluid Systems and Components for General Use Manufacturing Engineering Energy and Heat Transfer Engineering Electrical Engineering Electronics Telecommunications Information Technology. Administration. Services. Terminology. Safety Metrology and Measurement. Documentation Sociology. Company Organization and Management. Vehicle Engineering Materials Handling Equipment Packaging and Distribution of Goods Textile and Leather Technology Clothing Industry Agriculture Food Technology Chemical Technology Mining and Minerals Petroleum and Related Technologies Metallurgy Wood Technology Glass and Ceramics Industries Rubber and Plastics Industries Paper Technology Paint and Colour Industries Construction Materials and Building Civil Engineering Military Engineering Domestic and commercial equipment. Standardization. Natural Sciences Health Care Technology Environment and Health Protection. Sports BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 10 . Entertainment. Transport Mathematics. Office Equipment Image Technology Precision Mechanics.

ICS: 23. piping. inspection and testing of the various components of equipment. commercial and industrial installations that involve gas storage containers of individual water capacity not exceeding 500 l and of a combined water capacity not exceeding 3 000 l. storage and distribution and maintenance of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic. ICS: 27. for the storage of the gas from a design point of view.Catalogue Botswana standards listed in numerical order BOS 1: 2008 2nd ed.020. school. whose total power does not exceed 10 000 watt peak. It does not cover any installation to caravans or mobile homes. Recommendations are also given in regard to the fitting of automatic and other devices (operative in the event of physical damage to the installation) for the purpose of ensuring maximum security. It does not cover refrigerated LPG storage. and for limiting the escape of liquid through normal pressure-relief fittings. ICS: 23.30 Price code: 18 Pages: 49 BOS 3-3: 2011 The handling. It also gives recommendations regarding the installation of appliances. Solar photovoltaic energy systems . Water taps (metallic) Requirements for three classes of screw-down and non -screw-down metallic water taps (including stop taps) for the supply of water at temperatures not exceeding 75 C. commercial & industrial installations .Part 1: Design and installation on buildings . It also covers dedicated LPG dispensing stations. storage & distribution of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic. commercial & industrial installations – Part 1: Liquefied petroleum gas installations involving gas storage containers of individual water capacity not exceeding 500 l & a combined water capacity not exceeding 3 000 l per installation This part of Botswana Standard gives recommendations of the materials.Part 4: Transportation of LPG in bulk by road – Code of practice BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 11 .30 Price code: 16 Pages: 36 BOS 3-4: 2005 The handling.160 Price code: 11 Pages 23 BOS 3-1: 2002 The handling. fittings and other components.040. office and industrial buildings. storage or distribution of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic.40 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS 2 – 1: 2005 2nd ed.Code of practice Requirements for design and installation of photovoltaic energy systems on buildings such as Domestic. container filling sites and consumer installations.020. ICS: 23. pipe work and fittings up the outlet of the first pressure reduction stage in the line. It also covers provisions for underground and above ground liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage tanks and associated equipment such as pumps. storage & distribution of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic. commercial and industrial installations – Part 3: Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) installations involving storage vessels of individual water capacity exceeding 500 l – Specification This part of Botswana Standard specifies requirements for the layout. design and installation of liquefied petroleum gas equipment and of storage vessels of individual water capacity exceeding 500 l and associated vaporizers. the methods of construction and installation of equipment used in the handling. dispensers and pipework at service stations. It covers the maintenance.

Fire hose reels (with semi-rigid hose) Specification This standard specifies requirements for the construction and performance of fire hose reel systems with semi-rigid hoses for installation in buildings and other construction works. Poultry feeds – Part 2: Ostrich feeds – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the basic requirements for ostrich feeds ICS: 65. ICS: 87. fittings and filling ratio of tanks used in transportation of LPG in bulk by road. permanently connected to a water supply.080. construction. It is intended to define the quality attributes of fresh tomato after harvesting and to grade them according to the different quality levels.10 Price code: 7 - Pages 13 BOS 6-1: 1999 Symbolic safety signs – Part 1: Standard signs and general requirements Requirements for standard ordinary non-reflective symbolic safety signs. which are for direct human consumption and excludes tomatoes for industrial processing. ICS: 87.220.040 BOS 12-1: 2013 2nd ed. inspection. the design of vehicles and ancillary equipment. all intended for marketing purposes ICS: 67. 13. borne paints – Specification BOBS catalogue Price code: 6 Pages: 11 Road markings – Part 1: Single-pack solvent and water Updated: June 2014 12 .20 Price code: 5 Pages 9 BOS 5: 2009 2nd ed. ICS: 23. It also covers aspects of pesticide residue limits and post-harvest activities. including signs applied on mirrors or on vinyl sheets (decals) ICS: 01.040. ICS: 87.This part of the code of practice contains recommendations for the design.30 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 11: 2000 Paints and varnishes – Undercoats for paints Requirements for two grades of undercoat for use under air-drying paints.040 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 8 – 1: 2008 see page 82 BOS 8 – 2: 2012 2nd ed. and operating practice.080.100 Price code: 16 Pages 39 BOS 7: 1999 Emulsion paints Requirements for four grades of emulsion paint that are based on synthetic polymers dispersed in a water phase and that are supplied in a matt.020. 93. Tomato – Grading requirements This Botswana Standard applies to fresh tomatoes of varieties “or cultivars” grown from Lycopersicon esculentcum Mill.120 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 9: 2000 see page 82 BOS 10: 2000 Paints and varnishes – Varnish for interior use Covers the following two types of varnish for interior use on wooden surfaces other than floors and laboratory benches. ICS: 13.10. semi-matt or semi-gloss finish.080.30 Price code 7 Pages 13 BOS 3 – 7: 2012 see page 82 BOS 4: 2012 2nd ed.

ICS: 93. aluminium alloy sheets or stainless steel sheets (each comprising a series of simulated tile units).160 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 14: 2000 Penetration grade bitumen Four penetration grades of bitumen suitable for road construction and similar purposes ICS: 75. green or red inks.140 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 19: 2000 Stationery .140 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 15: 2000 Semi-flexible vinyl tiles Smooth-surfaced semi-flexible vinyl floor tiles of six types based on tile thickness. ICS: 27.30 Price code: 9 Pages: 17 BOS 13-1: 2000 Solar heating systems for hot water – Part 1: Direct and indirect systems – Code of practice Solar heating systems for domestic hot water which use flat plate collectors to directly or indirectly heat water.080.150.10. and makes provision for white.160 Price code: 10 Pages: 20 BOS 13-2: 2000 Solar heating systems for hot water – Part 2: Integral collector-tank system – Code of practice Solar heating systems for domestic hot water in which the solar collector also functions as a heat (water) storage device.This Botswana Standard specifies the requirements for conventional solvent-borne paints suitable for marking traffic bearing bituminous or concrete road surfaces. which have black. blue. and for trim sections (of the same materials) designed for use in conjunction with tile units of the same material and appropriate profile. 91.140 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 18: 2000 Cationic bitumen road emulsions Requirements for three types (of the appropriate grade(s) given in table 1) of cationic bitumen road emulsions suitable for the preparation and treatment of road and other surfaces carrying wheeled and foot traffic.180 BOBS catalogue Price code: 10 Pages: 19 Updated: June 2014 13 .06. ICS: 77. ICS: 27. 77.140. ICS 75.50.Specification This standard covers the requirements for metal roofing tiles (coated or uncoated) supplied in the form of carbon steel sheets. ICS: 75. Metal roofing tiles . yellow and other colours.Ball point pens Requirements for single – cartridge ballpoint pens. ICS: 97. replacement refills and direct-fill ball point pens.20 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 17: 2000 Cutback bitumen Requirements for medium curing (ML) cutback for road construction and similar purposes ICS 75. Note: Paints applied over bituminous screeds less than three months old or over concrete surfaces less than one month old are regarded as temporary markings with an expected service life or less than six months.140 Price code: 9 Pages: 17 BOS 16: 2010 2nd ed.

BOS 20: 2000 Paints and vanishes – Primers for wood for interior and exterior use Covers primers for wood for interior and exterior use. ICS: 91.30 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS 28: 2000 Burnt clay masonry units Burnt clay masonry units for use in masonry walling ICS: 91. ICS: 91.30.20 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 30: 2000 Burnt clay paving units Specifies the characteristics of burnt clay paving units.040 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS 22: 2000 Paints and vanishes – Bituminous aluminium paint Covers one type of bituminous aluminium paid for interior and exterior use on primed metal.100.100.Specification The Botswana Standard specifies the requirements for concrete roofing tiles.20 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 32: 2009 2nd ed. and wood surfaces.15. each available in two classes. 91. limited to those described in the text. for assembly into pitched roof coverings.20 Price code: 11 Pages: 21 BOS 29: 2000 Concrete paving blocks Covers three types.30 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 25: 2008 2nd ed.20. 93. and similar materials that have been primed or painted previously.100. sealed plaster walls and concrete surfaces. ICS: 91. 93.100.040 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 21: 2000 Paints and vanishes – Decorative high gloss enamel paint for interior and exterior use Covers the following types of ready mixed decorative high gloss alkyd base enamel paint for interior and exterior use as a finishing coat on metal. ICS: 87.100.080. of precast segmental concrete block for use in the construction of paved surfaces. see page 82 BOS 33: 2000 BOBS catalogue Anionic bitumen road emulsions Updated: June 2014 14 . see page 82 BOS 27: 2000 Concrete masonry units Precast solid and precast hollow concrete masonry units for use in walling. ICS: 91. ICS: 87. see page 82 BOS 26: 2009 2nd ed. ICS: 87. ICS: 87.100. wood. composition board.040 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 24: 2009 Concrete roofing tiles .100.040 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 23: 2000 Paints and vanishes – Finishing paint aluminium type Covers the following grades of aluminium paint for use as a finishing coat on primed surfaces for interior and exterior exposure. masonry asbestos cement.

20 Price code: 19 Pages: 55 BOS 41-2: 2001 13 A plugs. for household. operating at voltages not exceeding 250 V r.060. ICS: 91. socket – outlets. ICS: 91.120. casement doors and sidelights.100. commercial and light industrial purposes. ICS: 29. socket-outlets. adaptors and connection units – Part 3: Adaptors. ICS: 29.140 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 34: 2009 Flexible vinyl flooring – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the characteristics of smooth-surfaced flexible vinyl flooring.140 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS 35: 2000 Fibre concrete roofing tiles Requirements for fibre concrete roofing tiles. circuits only.m. complete with fittings and ancillary components. socket – outlets. This part of BOS 41 specifies requirements for 13 A fused connection units for household. Requirements for adaptors having insulating sleeves on the line and neutral plug pins and suitable for use with socket-outlets complying with BOS 41: part 2.120. ICS: 75. with particular reference to safety in normal use. and fanlights fabricated from hot rolled mild steel sections. socket – outlets. commercial and light industrial purposes. Windows.50 Price code: 17 Pages: 43 BOS 38: 2001 Water quality – Determination of colour Specifies three methods for examination and determination of colour: by visually observing a water sample in a bottle. dimensional requirements and performance characteristics of the finished tiles. ICS: 13.30 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 36: 2009 2nd ed.Requirements for stable-mix type grade 60 anionic bitumen road emulsion suitable for the preparation and treatment of road and other surfaces carrying wheeled and foot traffic. adaptors and connection units – Part 4: Switched and unswitched 13 A fused connection units – Specification. casement doors and sidelights steel frames – Specification This Botswana Standard covers windows. with particular reference to safety in normal use. commercial and light industrial purposes. in a. The connection units are suitable for the connection of appliances. adaptors and connection units – Part 1: Rewirable and non-rewirable 13 A fused plugs Specifies requirements for 13 A fused plugs having insulating sleeves on line and neutral pins. at 50 Hz. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 15 .30 Price code: 22 Pages: 70 BOS 41-4: 2009 13 A plugs. The flooring may be marbled or mottled throughout its thickness. adaptors and connection units – Part 2: switched and unswitched socket – outlets.s.50 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 40-1: 2001 see page 82 BOS 41-1: 2001 13 A plugs. ICS: 29.c. ICS: 75. Requirements for a 13 A switched and unswitched shuttered socket – outlets for household.060. Also specifies the quality of raw materials. with particular reference to safety in normal use.120.30 Price code: 18 Pages: 49 BOS 41-3: 2001 13 A plugs. in tile or sheeting form.

Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 4: Bed and Breakfast . ICS: 87.30 Price Code: 12 Pages: 24 BOS 50-2: 2014 3rd ed. It does not cover onions for industrial processing. It also covers aspects of pesticides residue limits.080.080.040 Price code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS 50-1: 2014 3rd ed. inspection.Specification This Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess bed and breakfast establishments in Botswana ICS: 03. varieties (cultivars) which are for direct consumption. ICS: 87.080.30 Price code: 16 Pages: 40 BOS 42: 2001 Masonry walling – Code of practice Guidance on the correct selection and use of materials in the construction of masonry walling in general situations. Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 1: Fully serviced hotels . ICS: 67.Specification This Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess selected service hotels in Botswana ICS: 03. packaging and labelling. This standard defines the quality attributes of inions after harvesting and grades them according to the different sizes and quality levels. Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 3: Game lodges and tented camps .).30 Price Code: 12 Pages: 25 BOS 50-3: 2014 3rd ed.120.060. sampling.040 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 47: 2001 Paint and vanishes – Roof paints Covers two types of roof paints for use on treated or weathered galvanized iron roofs.080. ICS: 91.20 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 45: 2001 Paints and vanishes Covers one type of calcium plumbate primer with an alkyd base. Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 2: Selected serviced hotels .Specification This Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess fully serviced hotels in Botswana.ICS: 29.30 BOBS catalogue Price Code: 11 Pages: 21 Updated: June 2014 16 . ICS: 03.080.30 Price Code: 12 Pages: 26 BOS 50-4: 2014 3rd ed.Specification This Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess game lodges and tented camps in Botswana ICS: 03. Onions – Grading requirements This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for the grading of onions (Allium cepa L.10 Price code: 21 Pages: 64 BOS 43: 2011 2nd ed.

20 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 59: 2011 Potatoes – Grading requirements This Botswana Standard specifies grading requirements for potatoes of cultivars grown from Solanum tuberosum L. Capitata L. ICS: 67. Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 5: Guesthouses . 1975 and its regulations. ICS: 91. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 17 .080.080. It also covers post-harvest activities all intended for marketing purposes.140. It does not cover potatoes for industrial processing. It has to be used in conjunction with the Road Traffic Act. Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 6: Self-catering establishments.50 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 54: 2002 Domestic solar heating systems for hot water – On site test method – Thermal performance Specifies an on-site test method for the indication of thermal performance of the installed domestic solar water heating systems. Cereals – Classification and grading of sorghum grains intended for human consumption Specifies classes and grades of sorghum grains intended for sale in Botswana.020 Price code: 18 Pages: 46 BOS 58: 2011 2nd ed. ICS: 27. To be supplied fresh to the consumers.Specification This Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess guesthouses in Botswana ICS: 03. (including red cabbages) to be supplied fresh to the consumer. ICS: 67. leaf spring assembly and individual spring leaves for road vehicles. Headed cabbage – Grading requirements This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for common headed cabbages of cultivars grown from Brassica oleracea var. It does not cover headed cabbages for industrial processing.080. This Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess selfcatering establishments in Botswana ICS: 03.080. selection. erection.20 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 60: 2009 Road vehicles – Leaf spring – Specification This Botswana Standard covers general requirements for materials.160 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 57: 2009 2nd edition The testing of motor vehicles for roadworthiness – code of practice Covers the examination and testing for roadworthiness of all vehicles used on public roads. ICS: 77.140. ICS: 43. The standard also covers postharvest activities all intended for marketing purposes. inspection and testing of electrical installations.BOS 50-5: 2014 3rd ed.25 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 63: 2009 2nd ed.30 Price Code: 13 Pages: 28 BOS 51: 2003 Electrical installations in buildings – Code of practice Covers the design.30 Price Code: 11 Pages: 21 BOS 50-6: 2014 3rd ed.

ICS: 33.ICS: 67.10 Price code: 11 Pages: 24 BOS 65-2: 2003 The reconditioning of firefighting equipment – Part 2: Fire hose reels. ICS: 91. labelling and packaging of chemicals The classification.10 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 65-1: 2003 The reconditioning of fire – fighting equipment Part 1: Portable rechargeable fire extinguishers.160 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 68-2: 2005 Solar photovoltaic energy system components – Part 2: Charge controller Requirements for charge controllers which shall be fitted on battery-based photovoltaic electric systems installations whose total installed power does not exceed 10 000 peak watt.220.requirements.160 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 69: 2003 Pre-stressed concrete lintels – Specification.220. Covers precast prestressed concrete lintels for use in composite action with masonry work.10 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 66-1: 2003 Classification.100.Commercial grounding (earthing) and bonding . BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 18 .100. multi-vendor environment. Raw cow milk – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for raw cow’s milk ICS: 67. packaging. ICS: 13. Covers the administrative and technical details and controls applicable to the effective reconditioning of any portable rechargeable fire extinguisher. where such products are placed on the market in Botswana.060 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS 64: 2013 2nd ed. ICS: 27. ICS: 13. and labelling of hazardous chemical products in order to minimise the risks and hazards to human health and environment.030 Price code: 18 Pages: 49 BOS 68-1: 2005 Solar photovoltaic energy system components – Part 1: Integrated charge controller-inverter Requirements for integrated charge controller-inverter which shall be fitted on battery-based photovoltaic electric systems installations whose total installed power does not exceed 10 000 peak watt.40 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 70: 2004 Telecommunications .300 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 67: 2003 Administration standard for commercial telecommunications infrastructure Specifies administration for a generic telecommunications cabling system that will support a multi-product. ICS: 13. Specifies the procedures that apply to the effective reconditioning of fire hose reels. ICS: 27.

Reinforced concrete pressure pipes .040.50 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 74: 2011 2nd ed.040.Specification.100. slabs. intended for underground non-pressure applications in the construction of sewers and drains where temperatures continuously in excess of 60C are not encountered. waste and vent pipes and Pipe fittings .20 BOBS catalogue Price code: 15 Pages: 35 Updated: June 2014 19 . ICS: 23. ICS: 91. Covers fittings manufactured predominantly by the injection-moulding process. Concrete non-pressure pipes – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for two types of concrete non-pressure cylindrical pipes.100. ICS: 33.040. according to the span of culvert intended primarily for conveying water that is not under pressure. bases.30 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS 75: 2011 2nd ed.160 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 72: 2003 Pasteurized cow’s milk Requirements for homogenized or unhomogenized pasteurised cow’s milk intended for human consumption.10 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 73: 2011 2nd ed.Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for reinforced concrete cylindrical pipes (other than prestressed pipes) for use under pressure.020 Price code: 11 Pages: 23 BOS 71: 2004 Domestic solar heating system for hot water .100.50 Price code: 9 Pages: 17 BOS 76: 2007 2nd ed.30 Price code: 15 Pages: 34 BOS 78: 2004 Unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U) soil. ICS: 67. Covers two duties (normal and heavy) of unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U) pipes of nominal sizes 110 mm – 630 mm and one duty of PVC-U pipe fittings of nominal sizes 110 mm and 160 mm. but does not cover fittings produced by fabrication only. ICS: 23. lids and frames intended for use in the construction of manholes (including inspection chambers) in storm water. Precast concrete manhole sections and components Specification This Botswana Standard covers precast concrete sections. ICS: 23. Requirements for solar collectors that shall be used on solar heating systems for hot water. drainage and sewage pipelines. one (SC) intended mainly for storm water-drain and culvert purposes and the other (SI) intended mainly for sewer and irrigation purposes.20 Price code: 15 Pages: 34 BOS 80: 2004 Unplasticized polyvinyl chloride PVC-U) sewer and drain pipes and pipe fittings – Specification.Collector Specification.040. ICS: 23. Precast reinforced concrete culverts Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for precast reinforced concrete culverts of different strength classes. ICS: 91.Requirements for a uniform telecommunications grounding and bonding infrastructure that shall be followed within commercial buildings where telecommunications equipment will be installed. ICS: 27.

50 Price code: 12 Pages: 24 BOS 94-2: 2008 Glass fibre-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes Part 2: Pipes. 20. 10. fittings.45 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 94: 2004 Glass-fibre-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes for water supply. service and distribution piping systems. for use in mortar and plaster. 2 500 and 5 000.Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for physical. ICS: 13. copolymer (type PP-B) and random polymer (PP-R) and pressure pipes and integral and threaded fittings fitted by the manufacturer. nominal pressure (PN) classes 2. and joint assemblies manufactured from glass fibre-reinforced thermosetting resins for the conveyance of liquid or gas hazardous chemical substances in industrial applications.50 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 84: 2003 Aggregates from natural sources – Fine aggregates for plaster and mortar – Specification The standard specifies requirements for fine aggregate from natural sources. sweet orange (Citrus sinensis). microbiological and chemical requirements . 25. that are designed for general operation under conditions of internal pressure or vacuum product of maximum allowance BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 20 . sour milk (madila) and buttermilk derived from pasteurised cow’s milk and milk products. grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) and any hybrid thereof to be supplied fresh to the consumer. intended for above and below ground applications for the conveyance of fluids under pressure.5.BOS 82: 2004 Polypropylene pressure pipes . fittings.Specification This Botswana standard specifies requirements for pipes.10 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 92: 2004 Fermented cow’s milk products – Yoghurt.100. Covers plain.Citrus fruit – Grading requirements This standard is applicable to citrus fruit of varieties grown from lemon (Citrus limon). sour milk (madila) and buttermilk Requirements for yoghurt. 12. 6. Requirements for the following two types of flexible polyvinyl chloride garden hose for use with cold water. microbiological and chemical limits for waste water discharged into sewer.120. sewerage and drainage – Specification This standard applies to GRP pipes of nominal sizes 25 mm to 3 600 mm (inclusive).Specification. Waste water – Physical.Specification. a watercourse and open environment. It is not applicable to products heat treated after fermentation. ICS: 13.060. citrus fruit for industrial processing being excluded. ICS: 13. and joint assemblies for the conveyance of hazardous chemical substances in industrial applications . ICS 67.10 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS 93: 2012 2nd ed. lime (Citrus aurantifolia). ICS: 67.060.060. 32 and 40. ICS: 13.100. 16. and nominal stiffness (SN) classes 630. mandarine or tangerine (Citrus reticulate). 8. 1 250. ICS: 91. suitable for use in water systems.5. and transmission piping systems above or underground.50 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS 83: 2004 Flexible polyvinyl chloride garden hose .060.15 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 90: 2004 Fruits and vegetables . unthreaded and threaded polypropylene homopolymer (type PP-H).

20 Price code: 12 Pages: 26 BOS 95-1: 2005 Sawn softwood timber Part 1: General requirements This part of BOS 95 specifies requirements for visually.100.080. Podocarpus and Cupressus. mechanically and proof graded sawn softwood timber.060. ICS: 23.060. ICS: 91. manufacture. does not exceed the value of 6 000 for liquids and gases.6 requires special agreement between supplier and purchaser.080. certification. ICS: 91. This standard should be read in conjunction with BOS 95-1. transportation.20 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 96: 2005 Wood mosaic flooring – specification Requirements for two grades of mosaic flooring in the form of prefabricated panels that are made from fillets of certain species of wood and are intended to be bonded to a supporting base. ICS: 91. ICS 91. and physical requirements for two types of cement-bonded wood-wool panels for use in buildings 1). in bar.20 Price code: 10 Pages: 20 BOS 95-2: 2005 Sawn softwood timber – Part 2: Stress-graded structural timber and timber for frame wall construction This standard specifies requirements for three stress grades of visually graded structural timber and three stress grades of mechanically graded structural timber (including finger-jointed structural timber). ICS: 91. for use as structural timber. driven from coniferous trees of the genus Pinus.30 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 100: 2004 The installation of resilient thermoplastic and similar flexible floor covering materials – Code of practice BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 21 . constructional. and ancillaries for underground (buried) fire protection services Specification This Botswana standard covers the design. Cedrus. clear flooring. ICS 91. except under the certification mark scheme. and that can be lined or unlined. for frame wall construction and for industrial purposes. and nominal diameter (DN). fittings and ancillaries for use as underground (buried) fire protection services.080. assessment of compliance with the requirements of 5.040. select flooring and flooring of softwood flooring boards obtained from timber derived from coniferous trees of the genera Pinus.30 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS 98: 2004 Wood-wool panels (cement-bonded) – Specification This standard covers the materials and the dimensional.040. ICS: 23. installation and inspection of GRP pipes. brandering and battens.pressure (PS).20 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 95-3: 2005 Sawn softwood timber – Part 3: Industrial timber – Specification This part of BOS 95 specifies requirements for six grades of timber intended for industrial use but not for structural use.30 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 97: 2004 Softwood flooring boards – Specification This standard covers the requirements for three grades.20 Price code: 20 Pages: 59 BOS 94-3: 2008 Glass fibre-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes Part 3: Pipes. in millimetres. fittings.

b) plain panels. edgings and channels intended for use in the construction of roads and footpaths.100.30 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 106: 2004 Fruit juices and fruit drinks Prescribes the requirements for fruit juices and fruit drinks ICS: 67. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 22 . c) decorative panels.20 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 107-1: 2005 Road signs – Part 1: Retro-reflective sheeting material – Specification This part of BOS 107 specifies requirements for retro-reflective sheeting material and non-retroreflective black sheeting for use on road signs on public roads ICS: 93.100. This standard does not cover portable temporary road signs.30.20 Price code: 12 Pages: 25 BOS 103: 2011 2nd ed.090. Precast concrete suspended slabs – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the components of precast concrete suspended slabs of two different systems. ICS 91.This standard covers established methods of good practice for the installation of resilient thermoplastic and similar flexible and semi-flexible floor covering materials.100. as used in buildings for floors and roofs. 91. 93.30 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 105: 2004 Concrete flooring tiles – Specification This standard covers natural coloured. warning. as well as guidance on the selection and properties of the materials. edgings and channels Specification This standard specifies the dimensional and physical requirements for various types of precast concrete kerbs.20 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 104: 2012 2nd ed. Prefabricated concrete components for fences Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for prefabricated concrete components of the following types.080. ICS 91.100.080. commercial projects. for use in concrete fences: a) posts. ICS: 91.100. This standard shall be used in conjunction with.080.30 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 107-2: 2005 Road signs – Part 2: Performance for road signs – Specification This part of BOS 107 covers the performance requirements of retro-reflective and non-retroreflective road signs for use as regulatory.30 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS 101: 2011 2nd ed. ICS 91. industrial areas. information and guidance signs on public roads.160. single coloured and terrazzo concrete flooring tiles. ICS 91. the Botswana traffic Signs manual and the Road Traffic legislation.100.30 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 102: 2005 Installation of concrete paving blocks – Code of practice Requirements for the installation of concrete paving blocks on roads.30. domestic paving and specialized applications. 93. ICS 91. Precast concrete kerbs. hollow core slabs and beam and infill block slabs.

or their hybrids. presented in packaged form or sold loose from the package directly to the consumer. ICS: 67. This standard specifies requirements for whole grain shelled dent maize.060 BOBS catalogue Price code: 8 Pages: 15 Updated: June 2014 23 .020.35 Price code: 10 Pages: 19 BOS 114: 2005 Cereals – Maize grains for human consumption – Specification This Botswana Standard applies to maize grains as defined for direct human consumption that is ready for its intended use as a human food. These tanks are not meant for underground applications.35 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 112: 2005 Detergent – disinfectants based on stabilized inorganic chlorine compounds – Specification Specifies requirements for two types of detergent-disinfectants based on stabilized inorganic chlorine compounds and other chemical agents. Zea mays indentata L.060 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 115: 2005 Bakery products – Bread – Specification This Botswana Standard prescribes the requirements and the methods of test for white bread.. shape. performance requirements and inspection and testing of rotational moulded polyethylene water storage with a nominal service temperature from 1°C to 50°C. and the surfaces of equipment. dimensions construction. Specifies the characteristics of liquid detergents for use in soft or hard water for hand dishwashing and for the cleaning of hard surfaces such as painted.. ICS: 67.080. ICS: 23. and/ or shelled flint maize. ICS: 91. ICS: 71. This standard is intended for the evaluation of detergent-disinfectants based on quaternary ammonium compounds for general use.01 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS 110: 2005 The design and installation of ceramic tiling – Code of practice Deals with all work involved in the internal and external laying of ceramic wall. ICS: 71. that are miscible with water and intended for use on inanimate surface that are free from excessive dirt.100. brown bread.25 Price code: 21 Pages: 64 BOS 111: 2005 Hand dishwashing and light duty detergent (liquid) – Specification. ceramic and plastic tiles.35 Price code: 10 Pages: 19 BOS 113: 2005 Detergent – disinfectants based on quaternary ammonium compounds – Specification This standard specifies requirements for two types of detergent-disinfectant based on quaternary ammonium compounds and other chemical agents (such as compatible surfaceactive agents and phosphates). floors. workmanship.100.100.100.ICS: 93. floor tiles and mosaics. ICS: 71.30 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 108: 2005 Rotational moulded polyethylene water storage tanks Specification This standard covers the requirements of materials. It does not apply to processed maize and other products derived from maize grains. wholemeal bread and enriched bread. ceilings. Zea mays indurate L.

Covers the determination of manganese in water and wastewater. apply to. 43. ICS: 83.020.180 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 120: 2005 Coloured chalks – Specification Specifies requirements for coloured chalks (soft and dust-free) and pastels.020 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 122: 2005 Engine speed (S values).2). It does not however. ICS: 17. the stationary sound level limit (see 3. b) tyres of a speed category below 80km/h. safety and constructional requirements for low-pressure regulators of the single stage type intended for use with liquefied petroleum gas mixtures in the vapour phase and designed for a set outlet pressure of 2. 43.140.140. at a readily available site.4).020 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS 123: 2005 Water quality – Determination of manganese by persulphate method. ICS: 83. and the S value see 3. Pneumatic tyres for commercial vehicles and their trailers – Specification This specification covers new pneumatic tyres primarily designed for use by all road vehicles. ICS: 17. It does not apply to tyres designed for a) The equipment of vintage cars. reference sound levels and permissible sound levels of stationary vehicles – Code of practice The Botswana Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with BOS 121.3).160.30. b) Racing purposes. as a check on vehicles in service.160. intended for use in schools. of noise produced by road vehicles when stationary. and c) Speeds exceeding 300 km/h. a) new tyres for private (passenger) cars and their trailers.8 kPa and a flow not exceeding 10kg/h. ICS: 23.180 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 121: 2005 The measurement of noise emitted by road vehicles when stationary – Code of practice Covers the measurement.30. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 24 . Unless otherwise stated.10 Price code: 12 Pages: 25 BOS 118: 2005 Single stage low pressure regulators for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) – Specification This standard specifies performance. all pressures given in the standard are gauge pressures.BOS 116: 2011 2nd ed.30 Price code: 9 Pages: 17 BOS 119: 2005 White chalks ― Specification This specification covers soft. ICS: 97. and contains the following information regarding a road vehicle: the reference sound level (see 3. if supplied by the motor vehicle manufacturer. hard and soft dust-free white chalks. ICS: 97.10 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS 117: 2011 2nd ed. or c) tyres designed for cycles and motor cycles. Pneumatic tyres for passenger cars and their trailers – Specification This specification covers new pneumatic tyres for private (passenger) cars and their trailers.

30 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 131: 2005 Elasticated. unlined and reversible men’s and women’s leather belts.10 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 127: 2005 PVC. using an air-acetylene flame and direct flame atomic absorption.U) for the construction of window and door frames for external use ICS: 91. ICS: 59.U Window and door frames for external use – PVC – U profiles for window and door frames – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for the material.Determination of dissolved solids Specifies a method of measuring the concentration of dissolved solids in water and in wastewater by gravimetric determination of the dry residue of the sample after filtration through a membrane filter. ICS: 59. size 0. design. hydrocarbons (HCs) and smoke (opacity) for the exhaust gases emitted ICS: 13. size and construction of lined.080. ICS: 61.060.060. Specifies a method of determining the manganese content of water and wastewater. ICS: 13. disposable diapers for adults Specifies performance requirements for 4 sizes of elasticated.080. ICS: 67.50 Price code: 14 Pages: 32 BOS 128: 2005 Men’s and women’s leather belts Covers the requirements for the materials.45 um. and design of extruded profiles produced from unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC. It specifies the maximum permissible values of carbon monoxide (CO).30 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 134: 2005 The measurement of motor vehicle exhaust emissions – Code of practice This code of practice gives specifications for the testing and determination of motor vehicle emissions for petrol and diesel powered vehicles operating under steady-state conditions.ICS: 13.50 BOS 135: 2005 BOBS catalogue Price code: 1 Pages: 2 Ready-mixed concrete Updated: June 2014 25 .060. basic properties.50 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS 125: 2005 Water quality . disposable diapers for adults.040 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 129: 2005 The manufacture of sanitary towels Covers the manufacturing and performance requirements for four types of sanitary towel for external use.060.50 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS 124: 2005 Water quality – Determination of manganese by atomic absorption spectrometry.60 Price code: 1 Pages: 2 BOS 126: 2005 Milk and milk products – Ultra high temperature treated cow’s milk. The standard prescribes the requirements for cow’s milk or homogenized cow’s milk.040.100. basic. ICS: 13. which has been treated by the ultra-high temperature method.

1) for the removal of tenacious soil from hard surfaces.50. 77.080.40 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS 149: 2005 Welded steel fabric for reinforcement of concrete The characteristics of steel fabric of hard-drawn steel wire.15.60.e. ICS 75. flexible vinyl. The water may be offered as bottled non-carbonated (still) water or bottled carbonated (sparkling) water. other than those of thermoplastic (asphalt).100. ICS: 75. ICS: 91.30 Price code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS 143: 2011 Bottled water other than natural mineral water – Specification This Botswana standard specifies the physical chemical and microbiological requirements for bottled water other than natural water for human consumption. ICS: 75. i. semi-flexible vinyl (vinyl-asbestos) flexible vinyl.20 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 144: 2005 Wax emulsion polish for floors and furniture – Specification This standard covers wax emulsion paste polish and two types of wax polish suitable for use on furniture and floors other than (in the case of polish containing an organic solvent) those of thermoplastic (asphalt). BOS 214-2 and SANS 10144.40 BOBS catalogue Price code: 4 Pages: 7 Updated: June 2014 26 . 77. of solvent-based wax polish suitable for use on furniture and floors. production and delivery.060.140 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 147: 2009 Scouring powder: Synthetic detergent base Specification This Botswana Standards covers scouring powder used for the removal of tenacious soil from hard surfaces.140. It also specifies permissible treatments and the requirements for bottling and labelling. keeping of records and defines the responsibilities of the purchaser and the supplier. ICS: 77. testing.15. its constituent materials.140. This standard excludes water that contains sugar.140. The users attention is drawn to the following standards. 91.40 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 148: 2005 Steel bars for concrete reinforcement – Specification This specification covers the physical and mechanical requirements for carbon steel bars intended for use as reinforcement for concrete.100. It does not cover any surface treatment of the steel bars.140 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 145: 2005 Wax polish solvent-based for floors and furnitureSpecification This standard covers two forms. ICS: 13. ICS: 77. SANS 1200G. semi-flexible vinyl (vinylasbestos). powder and paste (see 4.140 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 146: 2005 Scouring compounds – Soap base (metric units) – Specification This Botswana Standard covers two types of scouring compounds. linoleum and rubber. ICS: 71.140. BOS 214-1. flavourants or other addictives. quality control. linoleum and rubber. BOS 150.080. sweeteners. batching and mixing equipment. and intended for use as a form of reinforcement for concrete. 91. consisting of longitudinal and cross wires welded together. liquid and paste.Requirements for ready-mixed concrete.

ICS: 61.30 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS 151:2005 Industrial solar heating systems for hot water – On site test method – thermal performance Specifies an on-site test method for the indication of thermal performance of installed industrial solar water heating systems. ICS: 27.060 BOBS catalogue Price code: 2 Pages: 4 Updated: June 2014 27 . ICS: 67.BOS 150: 2005 Bending dimensions and scheduling of steel reinforcement for concrete.060 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 157: 2005 Cereals Sorghum meal and sorghum flour – Specification This standard applies to sorghum meal and sorghum flour intended for direct human consumption.140. ICS: 77. Specifies a method for the determination of diastatic power of malts prepared from sorghum grain. Both the control dimensions on which the size designation system is based.15. and it applies to civilian and uniform garments.60. ICS: 67.140. 91. 77. the methods of measuring bending dimensions and the scheduling of steel bars that are used for the reinforcement of concrete. This standard also contains details of a size coding scheme. Bending dimensions. Both the control dimensions on which the size designation system is based. which is to be included on the garment label together with the control dimensions.100.060 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 156: 2005 Cereals – Determination of the diastatic power of sorghum – Test method. ICS: 61. and the method of indicating the size designation on a garment label are specified.020 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 153: 2005 Size designation of clothes – Men’s and boys’ wear garments – Specification This standard specifies a system of designating the sizes of men’s and boys’ wear garments that are classified as covering the upper or the whole body or covering the lower body only.020 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 155: 2005 Cereals – Sorghum malt Specifies requirements for sorghum malt intended for human consumption.160 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 152: 2005 Definitions and measurement procedure – Code of practice This code of practice defines body dimensions for the preparation of garment patterns and garment stands. and the method of indicating the size designation on a garment label are specified.020 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 154: 2005 Size designation of women’s and girl’s wear – Specification This standard establishes a system of designating the sizes of women’s and girl’s outerwear and underwear garments that are classified as covering the upper or the whole body or covering the lower body only. ICS: 61. ICS: 67. and it applies to civilian and uniform garments. and specifies a standard procedure for measuring the body.

Note: Provisions on the use of safety glazing materials are contained in SANS 10137 and SANS 17. High penetration – resistant laminated safety glass for vehicles .040. with the exception of curtain walls that span across horizontal structural members or floors. Laminated safety glass for vehicles – Specification This Botswana Standard covers laminated safety glass (excluding windscreens) for use in vehicles.30 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS 161-1: 2005 Safety and glazing materials for buildings .50 Price code: 16 Pages: 39 BOS 163-1: 2008 Civil engineering construction – Part 1: General – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the principles.65.040. 81. ICS: 91. It does not cover the performance of safety glazing materials under fire conditions.040. ICS: 43. 81. This standard does not cover requirements for the retention of bullet resistant or shot resistant properties for a stated period of time. The scope of this standard extends to such windows within a curtain-walling system. ICS: 81. It also covers the requirements for the performance of organic coated safety glass in buildings only when the entire area of the glass pane is covered.30 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 160: 2011 2nd ed.040.BOS 158: 2011 2nd ed. 7. properties and performance of windows with frames made from extruded unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U) profiles which meet the requirements of BOS 127.6.Specification This Botswana Standard covers high penetration-resistant laminated safety glass including bullet-resistant glazing materials for use in vehicles.060. ICS: 43.7.65. The standard does not cover glass with organic coatings that are applied to the glass at any place other than the works of a manufacturer. and 7. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 28 .20 Price code: 9 Pages: 17 BOS 161-3: 2005 Safety and security glazing materials for buildings – Part 3: Bullet-resistant glazing materials – Specification This Botswana Standard covers requirements for the performance of bullet-resistant glazing materials intended for use in areas of buildings that may be subjected to attack with firearms. 81.040. Toughened safety glass for vehicles – Specification This standard covers toughened safety glass for use in vehicles ICS: 43.8 is a matter of agreement between the manufacturer and the purchaser.30 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 159: 2011 2nd ed. types.040.Part 1: Safety performance of glazing materials under human impact – Specification This Botswana standard covers the requirements for the performance of safety glazing materials in buildings with regard to injuries (cutting or piercing) sustained on human impact.20 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 162: 2005 PVC-U window and door frames for external use Windows with frames made from PVC-U profiles – Specification This Botswana standards specifies requirements for the material. responsibilities and requirements generally applicable to all civil engineering construction and building works. Windows with PVC-U frames in which any frame member is longer than 3m are also excluded. ICS: 81. construction.65. dimensions.040.040. Note: When relevant. the provision of flat safety glass specimens for the tests in 7.

drilling and sports field contracts. b) The reconstruction of existing roads. the employer.020 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 163-12: 2007 Civil engineering construction. of a structure or group structures that fall within a single work classification (See Annex A to SANS 10120-1).Part 12: Earthworks (Roads. the construction of gravel road surfaces in urban and industrial areas. ICS: 93. and on buildings.020 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 163-5: 2010 Civil engineering construction – Part 5: General (structural) This Botswana Standard covers the principles.ICS: 93. It covers gabion walls and aprons used as retaining walls. ICS: 93. and the like and covers light to heavy pitching.010 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 163-11: 2006 Civil engineering construction – Part 11: Gabions and pitching – Code of practice This code of practice covers the construction of gabions and stone pitching for the protection of earthworks against erosion. in terms of the conditions of contract.020 BOBS catalogue Price code: 7 Pages: 14 Updated: June 2014 29 . precast or prestressed). ICS: 93. It covers the scheduled number of identical offices and allows for mobile and semi-mobile accommodation. Only one item is scheduled to cover that cost of the contractor’s obligations of a preliminary and general nature. Note: Terminology used throughout the standardized specifications is explained because. up to and including the selected layer.Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the requirements for offices and the minimum associated facilities for the use of the engineer on site. on a prepared site or foundation. ICS: 93. ICS: 93. subgrade) – Specification This Botswana Standard covers.020 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 163-3: 2009 Civil engineering construction – Part 3: Engineer’s office . the contractor and the engineer have certain rights and obligations that can be exercised most equitably when all parties have a clear understanding of the operations that are covered by each item in the schedule of quantities.010 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS 163-2: 2008 Civil engineering construction – Part 2: General (small works) – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the principles.Part 26: Bedding (Pipes) – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the bedding (bedding cradle and selected fill blanket) for buried pipes carrying fluids under pressure or gravity. a) The construction. bridges and similar isolated structures and on other minor works. responsibilities and requirements generally applicable to all civil engineering construction and building work on small projects such as piling. ICS: 93. aluminium or structural timber. steel. and c) Except where BOS 163-33 forms part of the contract document. As this specification is applicable only to construction. general responsibilities and requirements applicable to the construction or fabrication and erection of a structure or group of structures in concrete (cast-in-situ. channel linings. of the subgrade in new roads. with and without mortar.020 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS 163-26: 2008 Civil engineering construction.

stabilized gravel or crushed stone and water bound macadam.080. includes rolledin pre-coated chips or a friction course of open graded asphalt. ICS: 93.Part 32: Roads (General) Specification This Botswana standard covers definitions and testing applicable to the construction of the controlled layers and surfacing of urban and industrial roads.020 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 163-40: 2008 Civil engineering construction – Part 40: Ancillary road works – Specification This Botswana Standard covers: a) The supply and installation of metal W – section guardrails for rails b) The supply and erection of permanent road signs alongside and cover carriageways. and finishing of cuts and fills. classification. footways and paved areas of category C and D in accordance with TRH 4 and category UC and UD in accordance with UTG 3. and b) Gap-graded and open-graded asphalt which. treatment works. compaction and finishing of approved natural gravel.BOS 163-28: 2008 Civil engineering construction. ICS: 93. compaction of the road bed.Part 28: Sewers – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the general construction requirements for sewerage systems including connecting sewers. furnishing. ICS: 93. and the like. shoulders.020 Price code: 12 Pages: 24 BOS 163-38: 2007 Civil engineering construction – Part 38: Segmented paving – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the paving of roads and other areas with precast concrete segmental blocks laid closely together. ICS: 93. construction and compaction of fills and the selected layer using material from cuts in the road prism or from approved borrow pits. It covers construction of cuts within the road prism and intersections. but excluding sewer rising mains. ICS: 93.020 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 163-37: 2008 Standardized specification for civil engineering construction Part 37: Asphalt base and surfacing – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the priming of the sub-base and the construction of two types of hot-mix asphalt base and surfacing namely: a) Continuously graded asphalt. pump stations. ICS: 93. placing.020 Price code: 11 Pages: 21 BOS 163-32: 2007 Civil engineering construction.020 Price code: 15 Pages: 35 BOS 163-35: 2007 Civil engineering construction – Part 35: Base (light pavement structures) – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for base for light pavement structures. It covers the procuring. manholes. up to the stage where the sub-grade is ready for the placing of the sub-base or base (or both) and the shoulders. in the case of surfacing. and ancillary works. removal to spoil of unsuitable or excess material.01 BOS 164: 2006 BOBS catalogue Price code: 11 Pages: 23 Lime for soil stabilization Updated: June 2014 30 . and cross roads c) The permanent marking of road surfaces with white or yellow painted lines and symbols and the supply and fixing of retro – reflective road studs. the joints between the units being filled with jointing sand. ramps.

treatment of calcium carbide. footpaths. etc. ICS: 91. ICS: 91. It gives the terminology concerning the products.060.30 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 166: 2006 Precast concrete paving slabs – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for precast concrete paving slabs for use as a wearing surface for pavements. ICS: 76. It also specifies the values of performance requirements for the adhesives (cementitious.30 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS 170-3: 2006 Suspended ceilings – Part 3: Installation and maintenance – Code of Practice This standard gives recommendations for the installation.Covers quick limes and slaked (hydrated) limes of three types.100. dispersion and reaction resin adhesives. ICS: 91.040.Specification This standard specifies the requirements for gypsum plasterboard that is intended to be used as vertical or horizontal linings in buildings.91.30 Price code: 10 Pages: 20 BOS 170-2: 2006 Suspended ceilings – Part 2: Performance of components and assemblies This part of BOS 170 specifies materials and tolerances as well as requirements for performance of components and complete assemblies of dry construction suspended ceilings. for use in soil stabilization and produced by: calcining of limestone.060. but does not include plaster board that has been subjected to secondary manufacturing operations. ICS: 91.30 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 170-1: 2006 Suspended ceilings – Part 1: Code of practice for design This standard gives recommendations for the design of suspended ceilings of dry construction with suspension systems of lightweight steel or aluminium alloy sections. ICS: 91.83.) ICS: 01. The standard includes boards manufactured to receive either direct surface decoration or gypsum plaster finishes. earth continuity testing and maintenance of suspended ceilings complying with BOS 170-2.100.060. namely calcium.100. application properties for ceramic tile adhesives. 01. with suspension systems of lightweight steel or aluminium alloy sections and infill units of the types described in clause 6. working methods. ICS: 91.10 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 172: 2006 Gypsum plasterboard . but not for roads. 83.100.040.080 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 171: 2006 Adhesives for tiles – Specification This Botswana standard is applicable to ceramic tile adhesives for internal and external tile installations on walls and floors.10 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 165: 2006 Aggregates from natural resources – Aggregates for concrete This standard specifies the requirements for fine and coarse aggregates from natural sources for use in concrete. 91.180.10 BOS 173: 2006 BOBS catalogue Price code: 9 Pages: 18 Preservative treated timber – Specification Updated: June 2014 31 . magnesium and dolomitic.

emulsion degreasers – Specification This standard specifies the requirements of three types of solvent-emulsion degreasers containing detergents and organic solvents. and on which water may be used during the cleaning process. cross-arms and spacers for power distribution and telephone systems -Specification This standard specifies requirements for eucalyptus poles.040 Price code: 10 Pages: 20 BOS 176: 2006 Eucalyptus poles. grown in Southern Africa.100. and that are intended to be used as upright supports for telephone systems. ICS: 71. splits. the preparation of timber for treatment. and as upright supports. Note 1: Except under the certification mark scheme. a mixture of creosote and waxy oil. grease and similar soils. or properties other than in respect of preservative treatment. Recommendations relating to the handling and safety of preservative treated timber are also given. that are treated with creosote. The water is in contact with the GRP tank surface.7. Note 2: Where class W preservatives have been used. delicate machine parts. 4. dimensions and finish may be invalidated. winding steel cables. machinery and engines that are soiled with oil. The degreasers are not intended for use on electrical equipment. warp.This standard specifies treatment requirements (other than the method of treatment) for preservative-treated timber and timber products (other than for composite board products that fall within the scopes of BOS 204-1. assessment of compliance with the requirements of 4. BOS 204-2. rolling element bearings. requires special agreement between the supplier and the purchaser. This specification does not cover treatment with fire retardants.6 (except where quantitative analysis has been agreed upon) and 4.4 (in the cases of class C and class W preservatives). ICS: 79.50 Price code: 10 Pages: 20 BOS 174: 2006 The preservative treatment of timber – Specification This standard covers the classification of timber preservatives. or aircraft and aircraft components. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 32 .10 Price code: 12 Pages: 24 BOS 184: 2006 Solvent. for storage of cold water above ground for both domestic and industrial use. ICS: 79.3.020. 4. or a mixture of copper-chromiumarsenic compounds (CCA). the solvents used for timber preservatives.040 Price code: 14 Pages: 30 BOS 177: 2006 Glass-fibre reinforced plastics sectional tanks for cold water storage – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for rectangular glass-reinforced plastics (GRP) sectional tanks constructed from square or rectangular panels. the various timber processes and the use of preservative treated timber in Southern Africa. checks. The degreasers are intended for the cleaning of cleaning of painted and unpainted surfaces of components. cross-arms and spacers (in five-pole structures) for power distribution lines. SANs 753 and BOS 176) that have a predicted service life at various levels of preservative treatment which are considered to be acceptable for a range of hazard conditions. hazard conditions for timber. ICS: 23. Note 3: This standard should be read in conjunction with BOS 174. This standard is not applicable to treatment with fire retardants or to treatments aimed at improving the physical properties of timber and timber products. nor does it cover the inherent quality of timber or timber products. previous grading of timber in respect of moisture content.1. 4.

it is recommended that these cleaning compounds be used in well-ventilated areas and that prolonged inhalation of vapours and contact of the cleaning compound with the skin be avoided.080 Price code: 14 Pages: 31 BOS 192: 2006 Chalk writing boards for schools – Specification This specification covers chalk writing boards made from metal. It specifies the covers. plywood or high-pressure laminated board or a combination of these. hard and extra-hard) derived from cow’s milk. grades of paper and the types of ruling.180 Price code: 10 Pages: 19 BOS 198: 2008 Cheese – General specification This Botswana Standard specifies the requirements for all cheese types ripened or unripened (soft.100.Pig feeds – Specification The standard specifies requirements for the following types of feeds: a) pig creep meal b) pig weaner meal c) pig grower meal d) pig finisher meal e) lactation meal. and f) dry sow and boar meal ICS: 65.40 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS 186: 2006 see page 82 BOS 187: 2006 Motor vehicle safety – Rear under-run protection devices –Specification This standard covers requirements for rear under-run protection devices and their installation on category M. ICS: 71. with graphite lead and coloured lead – Specification This standard specifies the characteristics of.080 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 193: 2006 Wood cased pencils and extruded plastic pencils. standards for individual varieties of cheese may contain provisions which are more specific than those in this specification and in these cases. drafting and drawing purposes ICS: 97. those specific provisions apply. ICS: 85.60 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 190: 2006 Animal feeding stuffs. ICS: 85. a) wood cased graphite lead pencils (of 14 hardness degrees) and of wood cased coloured lead pencils for general writing. semi-hard. hardboard. N and O vehicles having a gross vehicle mass (GVM) exceeding 3 500 kg and intended for use on public roads. ICS: 43.120 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 191: 2006 Scholastic stationery – Specification This standard covers several types of books and sheets of paper intended for scholastic and related uses.Note: As solvent emulsion degreasers can contain solvents that are detrimental to health. It covers two classes of writing surface and four types of construction as well as boards with ruled writing surfaces and with chalk rails. Note: Subject to the provisions of this specification. bindings.30 BOBS catalogue Price code: 5 Pages: 9 Updated: June 2014 33 .2. ICS: 67.040.100. and c) extruded plastics graphite lead pencils and extruded plastics coloured lead pencils for general writing. except for the vehicles listed in 1. composite board. drafting and drawing purposes b) wood cased graphite lead and coloured lead pencils intended for young children.

99 Price code: 19 Pages: 24 BOS 202-3: 2006 Gaming equipment . jugo bean. round droppers. ICS: 35.Part 1: Casino equipment – Specification This part of BOS 202 specifies the constructional and operational requirements for gaming and related equipment that resides on.240. peas. viscosity.240. appearance. droppers. taste. to be used on licensed premises. for general use in orchards and BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 34 . ICS: 67. guard rails posts Part 1: Hardwood species This Botswana standard specifies requirements for preservative-treated hardwood structural poles.240. shelled or split pulses defined below which are intended for human consumption. ICS: 67. as specified by the licensing authority ICS: 35. aroma and flavour. Honey is a natural product produced by bees with a wide range of colour.99 Price code: 1 Pages: 2 BOS 204-1: 2006 Wooden poles. mung bean. groundnut/ peanut.BOS 199: 2006 Honey – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for comb. soybean. The poles are intended for the erection of fences and vine trellises.10 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 201: 2006 Cereals and pulses – Certain pulses – Specification This Botswana Standard applies to the whole.060 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 202-1: 2006 Gaming equipment .240. agricultural poles. chickpeas. chunk and liquid honey.99 Price code: 13 Pages: 29 BOS 202-4: 2006 Gaming equipment . cowpeas. field beans. ICS: 35. The following pulses are covered by this standard: beans of the Phaseolus spp. more usually a group of linked machines (Progressive Jackpot).99 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS 202-5: 2006 Gaming equipment . fencing poles.180.Part 3: Wagering record keeping systems This part of BOS 202 specifies the general hardware and software requirements and the list of significant events required by the Botswana Licensing Authority (LA).240.Part 4: Local area and wide area jackpot and progressive jackpot equipment This standard sets out the requirements for gaming equipment that is added to existing gaming equipment to provide an addition layer of prizes referred to as jackpots. These jackpots may consist of a single fixed-value prize or may increment from a nominated base amount according to the amounts played on a single machine or. or is operated on (or both) the gaming floor of the casino. for record keeping systems for the acceptance by the licensed operators of wagers on events permitted by the LA. ICS: 35.99 Price code: 12 Pages: 52 BOS 202-2: 2006 Gaming equipment .Part 5: Tokens This standard specifies constructional and design requirements for tokens (used as betting and wagering media in gaming equipment). guardrail posts and spacer blocks.Part 2: Monitoring and control systems for gaming equipment This part of BOS 202 specifies the general hardware and software requirements and the list of significant events required for a monitoring and control system (MCS) for use in a casino ICS: 35. lentils.

30 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 208: 2006 Care labelling of textiles and clothing – Specification This Botswana Standard covers a system of graphical symbols for use in the permanent marking of textile piece-goods for retail sale and make-up textile articles. droppers. The droppers are intended for fencing. guard rails posts and spacer blocks Part 2: Specification This standard specifies requirements for preservative-treated softwood poles.20 Price code: 15 Pages: 35 BOS 205: 2006 Nurse’s woven fabric – Polyester and cotton Specification This standard covers two types of polyester and cotton fabric suitable for nurse’s uniforms.080.080. polyester and corespun sewing threads suitable for use in the manufacture of textiles articles. Timber treated for interior above ground exposure class should have an expected life span equal to that of the structure it is used in. to provide the consumer. clothing and footwear. guardrail posts and spacer blocks. requires special agreement between the supplier and the purchaser. 4. for general use in orchards and for structural purposes. ICS: 91. Table 3.6 (inclusive) and. NOTE Except under the certification mark scheme. NOTE 2 Steps should be taken to prevent the “mushroom top phenomena” (cutting of wire into the pole) in poles to be used as straining poles. ICS: 59.020 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 209: 2006 Sewing threats – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the requirements for cotton. Timber used in ground contact and exterior above ground contact. dry-cleaner or launderer with information on the appropriate cleaning treatment essential for the care of the fabric or article. assessment of compliance with the requirements of 6. except in the case of units treated with creosote or a creosote and waxy oil mixture. Timber treated for interior above ground exposure class should have an expected life span equal to that of the structure it is used in.4. Timber used in ground contact and exterior above ground contact. The droppers are intended for fencing. The posts and spacer blocks are intended for the erection of steel guardrails at the sides of roads.30 Price code: 4 – Pages: 8 BOS 206: 2006 Polyester and wool uniform fabrics – Specification This standard covers seven types of dyed polyester and wool fabric suitable for lightweight uniform. ICS: 91. except in the case of units treated with creosote or a creosote and waxy oil mixture. should have an expected life span of at least 20 years when treated in accordance with the requirements applicable to the exposure classes (see Table 3 and Table 4). The poles are intended for the erection of fences and vine trellises. as in vineyards. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 35 . NOTE 1 Except under the certification mark scheme. This standard does not cover a system of graphical symbols for textile floor coverings and upholstered articles. assessment of compliance with the requirements of 5.20 Price code: 16 Pages: 38 BOS 204-2: 2006 Wooden poles. ICS: 59. ICS: 61. droppers.2 to 6.2 to 5.080. The posts and spacer blocks are intended for the erection of steel guardrails at the sides of roads.080. requires special agreement between the supplier and the purchaser. polyamide. should have an expected lifespan of at least 20 years when treated in accordance with the requirements applicable to the exposure classes (see Table 3).for structural purposes.6 (inclusive) and.

packing and labelling of chemicals. without abrasive properties.g.080.100. corrosion resistant metal.) are of concrete ICS 91. aluminium. packaging and labelling of chemicals. This Botswana Standard covers packing and marking which compliments BOS 66-1 which deals with classification. not intended for normal dishwashing.100.30 Price code: 25 Pages: 180 BOS 214-2: 2006 The structural use of concrete Part 2: Materials and execution of work – Code of practice This part of BOS 214 covers the materials and execution of work related to the structural use of concrete in buildings and structures where the design of reinforced. This product is not suitable for the cleaning of floors that have a coating of polish. ceramic tiles. Zea mays L. walls etc. pre-stressed and precast concrete is entrusted to appropriately qualified structural or civil engineers and the execution of the work is carried out under the direction of approximately qualified supervisors. This part of BOS 214 does not cover the structural use of concrete made with high-alumina cement. ICS: 67.060 Price Code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 214-1: 2006 The structural use of concrete – Part 1: Design – Code of Practice This standard establishes principles for the structural use of concrete under the following stipulations: a) method of design: limit states classified as ultimate limit state and serviceability limit states. classification.020 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 213: 2006 Cereals – Milled maize products – Specification This standard applies to milled maize products for direct human consumption prepared from kernels of common maize. The standard covers packing and marking which compliments BOS 66-1. ICS: 61..20 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 211: 2006 Printed labels for textiles – Specification This Botswana Standard covers printed fabric labels suitable for informative labelling of textile articles and garments. but suitable for the cleaning of stainless steel. columns. c) types of structures: buildings and structures in which all load bearing elements (e.100. used in reinforced.120 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 227: 2006 Gel detergent cleaner (non-abrasive) – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the requirements for a gel detergent cleaner. pre-stressed and precast structures of elements and in plain concrete walls.30 Price code: 21 Pages: 65 BOS 225: 2006 Poultry feeds – Broiler breeder feeds . polyvinyl chloride and painted surfaces. as described in BOS 114. b) material: ordinary concrete of normal and low density. ICS: 71.40 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 228: 2006 Liquid furniture polish (non-wax emulsion type) – Specification This Botswana Standard covers a non-wax emulsion type liquid furniture polish suitable for general application to untreated wooden furniture. ICS 91. slabs. glass.ICS: 59. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 36 .Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the basic requirements for broiler breeder feeds ICS 65.

tunics and gym dresses – Specification This standard specifies the materials. sizes and make of school blazers for boys and girls. tunics and gym dresses. packing. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 37 . make and trim of shirts for boys and girls. make and trim of dresses. and make of school jerseys and cardigans. cut. make and trim of girls’ slacks and skirts.ICS: 71.100. cut. ICS 61. ICS 61.40 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 229: 2006 Polish stripper – Specification This Botswana Standard covers an ammoniated and a non-ammoniated type of polish stripper that are both suitable for use in the removal of polymer coatings and wax coatings from all types of floor other than unsealed wood and cork floors. It is applicable to any treatment process (as described in BOS 174 in which waterborne preservatives.020 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 233-4: 2007 School clothing – Part 4: Shirts – Specification This standard specifies the materials. organic solvent-based preservatives or oil-borne preservatives are used.020 Price code: 15 Pages: 34 BOS 233-1: 2007 School clothing – Part 1: General requirements – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the general requirements for materials. ICS 61. 79. ICS 61. make and trim of boys’ trousers and shorts. ICS 61. ICS: 71.100.020 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 233-7: 2007 School clothing – Part 7: Jerseys and cardigans Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for the materials.020 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 233-5: 2007 School clothing – Part 5: Dresses. marking and inspection of school clothing. safety and environmental guidelines for the construction and operation of timber treatment plants – Code of practice This Botswana Standard serves as a practical guide on occupational health and safety and environmental aspects in and around timber treatment plants with the intention to reduce health and safety and environmental risks. flame-retardants. care-labelling.40 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 231: 2006 Health.020 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 233-6: 2007 School clothing – Part 6: Girls’ slacks and skirts Specification This standard specifies the materials. cut.020 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 233-2: 2007 School clothing – Part 2: Blazers – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for the materials.020 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 233-3: 2007 School clothing – Part 3: Trousers and shorts – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the materials. workmanship. ICS 61. ICS: 13. anti-sap stain chemicals. size.100. cut.

30 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 235-2: 2007 School wear fabrics – Part 2: Blazer fabrics .Specification This Botswana Standard covers the specific requirements for six types of plain dyed fabric and one type of striped fabric suitable for use in the manufacture of school wear blazers.Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for polyester-and-viscose fabrics of three weave structures. labelling.120 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 235-1: 2007 School wear fabrics – Part 1: Basic requirement Specification This Botswana Standard covers the definitions.Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for the materials.020 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 233-10: 2007 School clothing – Part 10: Knee-high stockings and socks . BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 38 . ICS 59. marking. and the inspection and testing of fabrics that are suitable for use in the manufacture of school clothing.080. ICS 61.020 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 233-8: 2007 School clothing – Part 8: Tracksuits . ICS 61. size and make of tracksuits. ICS 65.080.ICS 61. requirements for packing.080. suitable for use in the manufacture of school clothing. ICS 59.30 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 235-4: 2007 School wear fabrics – Part 4: Polyester and viscose fabrics .Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for polyester-and-viscose fabrics of two weave structures. ICS 59.Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for two types of knee-high stockings and two types of ankle socks for school wear. size and make of athletic wear made from woven or knitted fabrics (or both).30 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 235-5: 2007 School wear fabrics – Part 5: Polyester and cotton fabrics . ICS 59. Specific requirements are covered by the relevant individual parts of BOS 235.Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for materials.020 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 234: 2006 Animal feeding stuffs – Guinea fowl feeds – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the basic requirements for guinea fowl feeds. suitable for use in the manufacture of school clothing. ICS 61.080.30 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 235-3: 2007 School wear fabrics – Part 3: Polyester and wool fabrics Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for polyester-and-wool fabrics suitable for use in the manufacture of clothing. basic requirements.020 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 233-9: 2007 School clothing – Part 9: Athletic wear .

Where appropriate.70 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 243: 2007 Toilet paper. All types are resistant to aqueous solutions of acids. classified according to elastomeric material.Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the requirements for prefabricated shower trays made from acrylic materials.40 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 246: 2007 Animal feeding stuffs – Rabbit feeds . ICS 59. ICS 13. acid salts. alkalis. ICS 85.120 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 248: 2007 The use of reinforcement cover devices for reinforced concrete . of two weave structures. ICS 59. No requirements are given for the method of supporting shower trays as methods vary.080.080.140.340.Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for fabrics.Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for fabrics suitable for use in the manufacture of school wear shirts and blouses. ICS 59. the basic principles can also be applied to precast concrete or proprietary systems.Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the basic requirements for rabbit feeds ICS 65.Code of practice This code of practice covers recommendations for provisions to achieve and maintain cover over reinforcement in insitu reinforced concrete members that are subject to normal construction loads. alkaline salts and alcohols.20 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 245: 2008 Chemical resistant gloves – Specification This Botswana Standard covers six types of chemical resistant gloves (either fabric-reinforced or un-reinforced).080. No requirements are given for nominal shower tray sizes or dimensional coordination.Shower trays made from acrylic material Part 1.Specification This Botswana Standard covers three types (see 4.1) of creped toilet paper supplied in rolls and inter-leaving sheets.080. containing textured yarns and suitable for use in the manufacture of school clothing.ICS 59.080. but the rigidity is ensured by the installation meeting the general performance requirements specified in this standard.30 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 235-7: 2007 School wear fabrics – Part 7: Fabrics containing textured yarns . ICS 91. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 39 .30 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 236-1: 2007 Shower trays .30 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 235-8: 2007 School wear fabrics – Part 8: Warp-knitted fabrics Specification This Botswana Standard covers the specific requirements for one type of warp-knitted fabric suitable for use in the manufacture of school clothing. This Botswana Standard is applicable to all sizes and shapes of shower trays.30 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 235-6: 2007 School wear fabrics – Part 6: Shirting and blouse fabrics .

Note: It is recommended that cognisance be taken of foreign standards when export of furniture is to be considered. 77.ICS 77.30 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 251-1: 2007 Furniture.140 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS 251-3: 2007 Furniture.140. It covers high chairs that are also intended to convert to low chairs with separate or attached tables. This part of BOS 251 does not cover mattresses.140 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 251-5: 2007 Furniture – Part 5: High chairs for domestic use – Specification This part of BOS 251 specifies the characteristics of children’s high chairs for domestic use. nor does it cover cot mattresses. kitchen units. Note: It is recommended that cognisance be taken of foreign standards when export of furniture is to be considered. The toxicity aspect of the materials used in the manufacture of seating has not been taken into account (see Annex A). Note: It is recommended that cognisance be taken of foreign standards when export of furniture is to be considered. Ergonomic features of seating intended for use at a workstation.140 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 251-6: 2007 Furniture – Part 6: Children’s cots for domestic use – Specification This part of BOS 251 specifies the characteristics of children’s cots for domestic use.140 Price code: 15 Pages: 35 BOS 251-2: 2007 Furniture.140 BOBS catalogue Price code: 6 Pages: 11 Updated: June 2014 40 .Part 1: Seating This part of BOS 251 specifies the characteristics of seating. tables and computer stands. It does not cover such items as industrial racking and shelving. It covers cots that are intended to prevent children from climbing out. It covers bunk beds that can be converted to single beds and bunk beds that consist of a single elevated bed above. for example.15. It includes workstation furniture and covers items that are freestanding and items that are integrated into office partitions. Requirements for the use of lowflammable textile fabrics are included. strength and durability of seating other than school and outdoor seating.Part 3: Storage unit This part of BOS 251 specifies the characteristics of storage units for use in domestic and office situations. car chairs or swings.60. desk or table are covered. ICS: 97. walking frames. This standard does not cover rocking. It covers such items as sheet steel furniture. 91.140. and computer stands Specification This part of BOS 251 specifies the characteristics of desks.140 Price code: 12 Pages: 24 BOS 251-4: 2007 Furniture – Part 4: Bunk beds for domestic use – Specification This part of BOS 251 specifies the characteristics of bunk beds for domestic use. ICS: 97. ICS 97. swinging or folding cots. credenzas and chests of drawers. ICS: 97.100. It covers the stability. a storage area. ICS 97. This part of BOS 251 does not cover high chairs that convert to pushchairs.Part 2: Desk. shelving. tables. ICS 97.

91. non-structural products and accessories can be used in public and private areas such as gardens. ICS: 13. flavourants or other addictives. 93.Street and garden furniture – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the requirements for street furniture and garden products in precast concrete. hence not covered in the standard.Specification This standard specifies the requirements for four types of wooden scaffold board (see 4.10 Price code: 17 Pages: 44 BOS 258: 2007 Wooden scaffold board .080. bottled at source.060. 91. ICS: 13.040. It also specifies permissible treatments and the requirements for bottling and labelling.100. ICS: 77.30 Price code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS 260-2: 2008 Fibre cement pipes for drains and sewers Part 2: Manholes and inspection chambers – Specification This standard gives specifications for asbestos-free fibre cement manholes and inspection chambers for use in buried drains and sewers with gravity flow at atmospheric pressure. Note: Complete manholes and prefabricated elements may not be used for other such as pumping stations. essentially for the landscaping. parks. extinguishers having a total mass of up to 25kg when fully charged may be approved. without. This kind of prefabricated. squares. reliability and performance of portable fire extinguishers. ICS: 13.140.060. being subject to loads resulting from vehicle traffic. The water may be offered as bottled non-carbonated (still) water or bottled carbonated (sparkling) water. foot-paths.BOS 252: 2007 Firefighting – Portable fire extinguishers – Performance and construction This standard specifies the principal requirements intended to ensure the safety.1 and 3.220. however. when corresponding additional requirements according to the relevant international standards are fulfilled.Specification This Botswana standard specifies the physical chemical and microbiological requirements for bottled natural water for human consumption.10) ICS: 79.30 Price code: 13 Pages: 28 BOS 264: 2007 Hexagonal steel wire mesh gabions and revet mattresses – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the characteristics of steel wire gabion cages of hexagonal woven wire mesh (that are to be used as gabions when filled with stones) and revet mattresses. Note 1: In some cases.220 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS 259: 2007 Wooden ceiling and panelling boards – Specification This specification covers three grades of profiled boards (planed or planed and sanded) manufactured from hardwood or softwood timber and intended for use in ceilings and panelling. ICS: 79.060. items for sewage treatment or sewage disposal.030 Price code: 9 Pages: 17 BOS 262: 2011 Bottled natural water . items of drainage. This standard excludes water that contains sugar. Note 2: Cartridge type fire extinguishers are not recommended for use. sweeteners. They can also be used for internal applications.20 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 263: 2007 Precast concrete products. It is applicable to a fully charged extinguisher having a maximum mass of 20 kg. ICS: 91. subject to local acceptance.65 BOBS catalogue Price code: 5 Pages: 10 Updated: June 2014 41 .

dimensional.20 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 278: 2008 Thatched roof construction . ICS: 91.10 Price code: 16 Pages: 36 BOS 268: 2007 Fibre cement sheets (flat and profiled) – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for flat and profiled (straight and curved) sheets manufactured from fibre-cement.040 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 271: 2007 The mechanical stress grading of softwood timber (flexural method) – Method of test – Code of practice This code of practice covers the mechanical stress grading. stopcocks.100. and hydrants. ICS: 91.BOS 265: 2007 Cast iron surface boxes and manhole and inspection covers and frames .Code of Practice This Botswana Standard covers the general requirements and methods of construction for thatched roofs of span not exceeding 6 m and supported by structural walls. ICS: 91.30 Price code: 20 Pages: 57 BOS 270: 2007 Monoplanar prefabricated timber roof trusses (nailplated) – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for monoplanar prefabricated timber roof trusses assembled with nail plates. and c) two types of cast iron inspection covers and frames ICS 77.40 Price code: 11 Pages: 22 BOS 269: 2008 The installation of wood and laminate flooring – Code of practice This Botswana Standard deals with the general principles of the installation of solid wood as well as suspended wood flooring. of solid timber (free from glued or other joints) derived from trees of the genus Pinus grown in Southern Africa. and that is intended for use in the preservation of timber. mass. b) eleven types of cast iron surface boxes (with covers) for meters. ICS: 79.Specification This standard specifies the material. Note: Fibre-cement sheets should be used and fixed in accordance with the instructions of the relevant manufacturer.060. valves. BOS 204-1 and BOS 204-2) BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 42 .20. Note: For spans exceeding 6 m or not supported by structural walls. 91.040 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 276: 2008 High temperature wood preserving creosoteSpecification This standard covers creosote that is derived entirely from coal tar produced by the high temperature carbonized of bituminous coal. This standard is not applicable to bolted timber trusses manufactured on building sites. 79.080. ICS: 79.040. who will also be able to advise of the health risks involved and recommend precautions to be taken when working with the material. a rational design approach should be considered (See SANS 10400.060. This standard does not cover coatings that are applied after the manufacture of the sheets. constructional and strength requirements for a) fifteen types of cast iron manhole covers and frames. by the determination of stiffness in bending.060.

080. towels and bathmats.20. ICS 59. b) The standards referred to in this part of BOS 282 are listed in Clause 2 c) Requirements that must be specified by the purchaser are listed in Annex A d) Notes regarding signs for street and property identification are given in Annex B e) Guidance on the verification of the quality signs produced to the requirements of this part of the specification is given in Annex C.30 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 288-2: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 2: Winter sheeting.080.ICS 91.080.30 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS 288-5: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 5: Terry towelling. and other terry weave articles – Specification This part of BOS 288 covers the specific requirements of five types of cotton terry towelling fabric.080. 79.15 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 282-1: 2008 Signs for street and property identification Part 1: Retroreflective signs This part of BOS 282 covers requirements for signs that are retro-reflective and that are used for the identification of streets and properties. towels.040 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS 281: 2008 Natural stone – Sandstone building blocks – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies the requirements for sandstone building blocks cut from natural sandstone rock and used for building works.100.060. ICS: 91. labelling. sheets and pillowcases – Specification This part of BOS 288 covers the specific requirements of six types of polyester-and-cotton sheeting fabric.30 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS 288-1: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 1: Basic requirements for piece-goods and made-up articles – Specification This part of BOS 288 covers the definitions. f) Except under a Certification Mark Scheme. requirements for packing. sheets and pillowcases – Specification This part of BOS 288 covers the specific requirements of three types of raised sheeting fabric. assessment of compliance with the requirements of 4. and articles in the form of winter sheets and pillowcases. sheets and pillowcases – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the specific requirements of four types of cotton sheeting fabric and articles in the form of sheets and pillowcases ICS 59.30 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS 288-3: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 3: Cotton sheeting. Specific requirements are covered by the relevant individual parts of BOS 288 ICS 59. marking. Note: a) Should any requirements of this part of BOS 282 conflict with statutory requirements. and articles in the form of bibs. and articles in the form of sheets and pillowcases.30 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS 288-4: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 4: Polyesterand-cotton sheeting. and the inspection and testing of woven household fabric piece-goods and made-up articles.080.080. face cloths. ICS 59. ICS 59. basic requirements. the later shall prevail. napkins.30 BOBS catalogue Price code: 7 Pages: 14 Updated: June 2014 43 .5 requires special agreement between the manufacturer and the purchaser ICS 93.

30 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 288-8: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 8: Bedspread fabrics and bedspreads .BOS 288-6: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 6: Cotton curtain fabrics – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the specific requirements of two types of cotton fabric suitable for curtaining.080. and articles in the form of table cloths and table napkins. ICS 59.080.30 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 288-11: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 11: Feather proof fabrics – Specification This part of BOS 288 covers the specific requirements of two types of cotton fabric and suitable for the use in the manufacture of feather pillows. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 44 . ICS 59.Specification This Botswana Standard covers the specific requirements of two types of cotton fabric suitable for mattress ticking.30 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 288-9: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 9: Cotton flannelette duster fabric and dusters – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the specific requirements of one type of cotton flannelette fabric and articles in the form of dusters. ICS 59.080.30 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 288-13: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 13: Cotton huckaback towelling and towels – Specification This part of BOS 288 covers the specific requirements of one type of cotton huckaback towelling fabric and articles in the form of hemmed or roller towels.080.30 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 288-10: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 10: Cotton ticking .30 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 288-12: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 12: Kitchen cloth fabric and kitchen cloths – Specification This part of BOS 288 covers the specific requirements of four types of cotton kitchen cloth fabric and made-up kitchen cloths.080. ICS 59. ICS 59. ICS 59. ICS 59.30 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 288-14: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 14: Cotton tablecloth fabric.Specification This part of BOS 288 covers the specific requirements of three types of cotton fabric and articles in the form of bedspreads.080. ICS 59.30 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 288-7: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 7: Cotton curtain lining – Specification This part of BOS 288 covers the specific requirements of two types of cotton fabric suitable for curtain linings. tablecloths and table napkins – Specification This part of BOS 288 covers the specific requirements of three types of cotton fabric.080.080.

30 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 288-15: 2009 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 15: Cotton dishcloth fabrics and dishcloths . 11 litres and 13 litres). ICS: 91.140 Price code: 15 Pages: 34 BOS 297: 2008 Animal feeding stuffs – Pet foods . However. and articles in the form of dishcloths.Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for pet (cats and dogs) foods. finish and performance of tables.70 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 292: 2008 WC flushing systems (low flushing capacity) that operate with flushing cisterns – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for the components. nearlevel and close-coupled cisterns of various flushing capacities and that are designed for a single-flush operation. ICS: 65. operation.type A: Blinds fitted with slats of width 50 mm .125m 2 and width not exceeding 4m.Specification This part of BOS 288 covers the specific requirements of three types of cotton fabric.140. low-level. must be agreed upon between purchaser and supplier.120 BOBS catalogue Price code: 3 Pages: 6 Updated: June 2014 45 . teachers’ desks. ICS: 91. ICS: 97. ICS: 91. of area not exceeding 11.type B: Blinds fitted with slats of width 35 mm .140. method of attachment. a dual-flush operation or an interruptible-flush operation.70 Price code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS 294: 2008 Indoor Venetian blinds – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the dimensional and constructional requirements for Venetian blinds (other than black-out blinds).50 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 295: 2008 Classroom furniture – Specification This standard covers the requirements for the materials.080. chairs and stools for use in classrooms.060. ICS 59. low-capacity cisterns should not be installed in systems other than low-flushing systems. ICS: 91.080.140.30 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 291: 2006 Flush valves for WC flushing cisterns – Specification This Botswana Standard covers requirements for the construction and performance of four types and three sizes of flush valves for WC flushing cisterns. Although marked in this way.type C: Blinds fitted with slats of width 25 mm Note: Special auxiliary fittings and mechanisms are not covered by this specification and. if required. assembly and combined performance of WC flushing systems that operate in conjunction with cisterns that have stored water capacities of 6 litres and less. etc.ICS 59. of the following types: . Note: The major components of the system will be marked to indicate that they are intended to be used as part of a low-capacity flushing system. construction. low flush pans covered by this standard could also be used effectively in conjunction with normal flushing cisterns (9 litres.70 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 293: 2008 WC flushing cisterns – Specification This Botswana Standard covers requirements for hand-operated high-level. their construction.

140 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 301: 2008 Dry pre-mix for mortar . ICS: 91. ICS 97.65. P. its constituent materials.140. Note: a) b) c) G H S general use heavy use severe use These are related to the level of use and degree of care it is likely to receive in service. Americanum L. keeping of records and defines the responsibilities of the purchaser and the manufacturer.) ICS: 67. 83.Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for the dry pre-mix for floor screed mortar.Introduction This Botswana Standard covers general safety considerations for laboratory furniture and fittings ICS 97. batching and mixing equipment.Specification for performance This Botswana Standard specifies strength and stability of laboratory furniture.140 Price code: 19 Pages: 53 BOS 300-3: 2009 Laboratory furniture and fittings Part 3 Recommendations for design The Botswana Standard gives recommendations for the design of laboratory furniture and fittings that are specific to bench scale laboratories. is complex and outside the scope of this standard. production and packaging. however. plaster mortar and brick laying mortar.BOS 298: 2008 Cereals – Whole and dehulled pearl millet grains Specification This Botswana Standard applies to whole and dehulled pearl millet grains intended for human consumption. N and O motors vehicles.040.140 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 300-2: 2009 Laboratory furniture and fittings Part 2 .060 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS 300-1: 2009 Laboratory furniture and fittings Part 1 .100. Laboratory layout design is described in sufficient detail to illustrate the functional requirements of the furniture.140 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 300-4: 2009 Laboratory furniture and fittings Part 4 Recommendations This Botswana Standard gives recommendations for the installation of laboratory furniture and fittings that are specific to bench scale laboratories ICS 97. excluding the windscreens of Category M or N motor vehicles. testing. The detail design of laboratories.10 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 302: 2008 Plastic safety glazing materials for motor vehicles – Specification This Botswana Standard covers requirements for plastics safety glazing materials for use on Category M. which is obtained from Pennisetum typhoides (sys. and the performance of its exposed surface finishes. They are defined separately for strength and stability of the item of furniture and for the performance of its exposed surface finishes. ICS 97.20 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 303-1: 2008 Light for motor vehicles – Part 1: Incandescent lamps – Specification This Botswana Standard covers incandescent tungsten filament lamps of the following categories for use in motor vehicles and trailers: BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 46 . ICS: 43. quality control. Additional requirements relating to work surfaces and surfaces likely to be exposed to wet conditions are also given.

P21/5W. 100mm. and branch pipe and nozzle connections This standard specifies requirements for: a) fire hose delivery couplings to fit hose of nominal diameter 45mm. Note: Guidance on the verification of the quality headlights produced to this part of the specification. C18W.060.e. including bottled natural water and bottled water either than natural water. direction-indicator lights. b) suction couplings to fit hose of nominal diameter 80mm. storing. 20 and No.040. R5W. and transporting bottled water for direct human consumption.140.20. W3W and W5W.Headlights This part of the specification covers the requirements for the photometric properties of headlights emitting an asymmetrical dipped beam or a main beam. rear registration-plate lights and end-outline marker lights) and of assemblies of these. H1. so as to guarantee a safe and healthy wholesome product. 1. H2. No. ICS 29. 125mm.20 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 303-3: 2008 Lights for motor vehicles . P21W. 70mm and 100mm.140. R10W. 90mm. parking lights. 43. stop lights. ICS 13. As the requirements of this part of the specification are based on those given in ECE Regulations No.1) ( i.Secondary lights This part of the specification covers the photometric characteristics of secondary lights for vehicles (see 3.040.040.Part 2 .20. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 47 .220.60 Price code: 10 Pages: 20 BOS 306: 2008 Bottled water – Code of hygiene practice This code specifies appropriate general practices for collecting.20 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS 314: 2009 Steel kitchen cup-boards: Built-in – Specification This Botswana standard covers the requirements for built-in and free-standing steel kitchen unit cupboards made from sheet steel.20. H3.20 Price code: 16 Pages: 37 BOS 303-2: 2008 Lights for motor vehicles . 43. 23.220.R2. processing.060.140. 23. position lights. ICS 29. Note: Requirements that must be specified by the purchaser and those that must be agreed upon between supplier and the purchaser are listed in Annex A. 8. No. and used in headlight systems meeting left-hand rule-of-road requirements. reciprocity of compliance of headlights with the relevant requirements can be assumed. 31. connectors. ICS: 13. No. c) connectors and d) branch pipes and nozzle connections for delivery hose. ICS: 29. 65mm. 5. This Botswana Standard also covers other categories of lamp that are covered in SANS 20037. C5W.Part 3 . packaging. 43.10. T4W. C21W. Note: Requirements that must be specified by the purchaser are listed in Annex A ICS 13. H4. or both. 115mm.040.10.99 Price code: 10 Pages: 19 BOS 305: 2009 Firefighting equipment – Hose couplings.20 Price code: 11 Pages: 21 BOS 304: 2009 Firefighting equipment – Components of underground and above ground hydrant systems This standard specifies requirements for major components (including the connections) of two types of hydrant assemblies. 140mm and 150mm. and a sampling plan to be used to assess compliance with the specification of a lot of headlights are given in Annex A.

dimensional. of textiles made of cotton and or synthetic fibre yarns. manholes. unlined) – Specification This Botswana Standard covers the requirements for the materials and make of jackets and three-quarter length and full length coats suitable for use by personnel employed in light industry and in the medical profession. harbour and marine works. ICS: 71.010 Price Code: 9 Pages: 17 BOS 329-1: 2010 Steel tubes for non-pressure purposes Part 1: Sections for scaffolding. 91.140.040. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 48 . ICS: 13. stairways. septic tanks and the like. ICS: 93. and c) cold-drawn and cold-formed hollow sections made from welded or seamless tubes ICS: 77. pipelines. maintenance and demolition work.340.70 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 317: 2009 Coats and jackets (protective. reinforced. a) tubes for scaffolding b) hollow sections for structural and general engineering purposes. masonry walls.ICS: 97.010 Price Code: 20 Pages: 57 BOS 319-9: 2010 Construction works – Part 9: Concrete works (minor works) This Botswana Standard covers works in foundations. ICS: 91. reinforced and precast concrete are not necessarily under the direct control of appropriately qualified engineers and technologists and no special finishes to the concrete are required. Note: Requirements that are specified by the purchaser are listed in Annex A. prestressed (by means of pre-tensioning or post-tensioning) and precast concrete are under the direct control of appropriately qualified engineers and technologists. and constructional requirements for the stainless steel sinks with draining boards for domestic use.10 Price Code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS 318: 2009 High foam laundry detergent – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies characteristics of two types of powder laundry detergents intended for the washing (by hand and in domestic washing machines).40 Price Code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS 319-8: 2010 Construction works – Part 8: Concrete works (structural) This Botswana Standard covers concrete works related to the structural use of concrete in buildings and structures where the design and supervision of plain. erection use and inspection of steel access scaffolding commonly used for supporting workers and materials. use and inspection of access scaffolding – Part 1: Steel access scaffolding This part of BOS 330 covers the design.10 Price code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS 315: 2009 Stainless steel sit-on sinks with draining boards (for domestic use) – Specification This Botswana standard covers material. where the design and supervision of plain. erection.e. where scaffolding materials are used primarily for temporary support of the works during construction).140. conservancy tanks. plant or equipment during construction. latrines. This part of BOS 330 does not cover:  Scaffolding for false work (i. ICS: 93. general engineering and structural applications This part of BOS 329 covers the requirements for. and underground works in mines. It does not cover the structural use of concrete in piles.080.100. slabs. in either hard or soft water.75.10 Price Code: 9 Pages: 17 BOS 330-1: 2011 The design.

which is covered by SANS 10333. ICS: 93. 71. coating and printing of plastics items for food contact and subsequent use. utensils or any other plastics items intended for food contact applications.100. ICS: 71.10 Price Code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS 334: 2010 Servicing.70 Price Code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 374: 2010 Ammoniated liquid detergent cleaner – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies characteristics of an ammoniated liquid detergent cleanser that has a mild abrasive action and is suitable for the cleaning of hard surfaces. b) Connections to lower parts of buildings and locations.010 Price Code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 380: 2011 The construction of installation of vacuum sewerage system This Botswana Standard provides guidance for construction and installation of vacuum sewerage systems. ICS: 91.060.100. ICS: 13.100. ICS: 67. sand or stone and other superimposed loads.220 Price Code: 20 Pages: 60 BOS 333: 2010 Burglar – resistant safes – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for eight categories of burglar-resistant safes.   Industrial rope access work. ICS: 13. chemical and microbiological requirements for water (including treated waste water) used for consumption by livestock and poultry. The sewerage system is applicable to the following situations: a) Areas with insufficient terrain slope.250 Price Code: 18 Pages: 46 BOS 365: 2010 Drinking water for livestock and poultry – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies physical. but is not suitable (either concentrated or diluted) for the cleaning of floors that have a coating of polish. Note: Requirements that must be specified by the purchaser and those that must be agreed upon between the supplier and the purchaser are listed in Annex A ICS: 97. strong room doors. which are dry stacked into a wall which is used to retain earth.45 Price Code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 370: 2010 Detergent skin cleansers – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies characteristics of three types of detergent skin cleansers that are suitable for use in detergent dispensers. This includes such items as packages.40 Price Code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 378: 2010 Concrete retaining blocks – Specification This standard specifies requirements for blocks made from concrete. wrapping materials. strong room doors. repair and reconditioning of safes. ICS: 71. vault doors and fire resistant equipment.40. domestic containers. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 49 .040. repair and reconditioning of safes.310 Price Code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 337: 2012 Plastics material for food contact use – Specification This standard specifies requirements for materials and the procedure for use during the various stages of production of plastics materials. vault doors and fire resistant equipment – Code of practice This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for servicing. Suspended scaffolding The use of scaffolding for construction of temporary seating stands and stages which are covered in SANS 1169.

20 Price Code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 395-2: 2010 Storage of firearms and ammunition Part 2: Strong rooms – Specification This standard specifies the requirements for two categories of strong rooms intended for the storage of firearms and their ammunition ICS: 13.310 Price Code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 425: 2012 Industrial boots (including safety boots) with directvulcanized soles and heels – Specification BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 50 .Specification This standard specifies six categories of strong room and vault doors that will also give protection against fire for a maximum period of 30 min. to provide a fire resistance for at least 30min in order to stop the spread of fire and to limit the spread of smoke.50 Price Code: 12 Pages: 24 BOS 404: 2010 The construction of strongrooms – Code of practice This Botswana Standard gives recommendations for the construction of four categories of strongrooms. production. production.220.20 91. Note: The recommendations given in the code should be regarded as the minimum standards to be used in construction. ICS: 13.50 Price Code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 397: 2010 Fire doors and fire shutters – Specification This Botswana standard specifies requirements for six classes of fire-door and fire shutter assemblies that are intended to close permanent openings in walls or partitions.Specification This standard specifies requirements for the manufacture. processing and treatment of canned meat products intended for human consumption.060.g. Places where wastewater occurs only intermittently e.20 91.120. processing and treatment of canned meat products . This standard does not apply to fire dampers.50 Price Code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 394: 2010 Fire-resistant record protection equipment – Specification This specification covers the requirements for four groups of fire resistant record protection equipment for the protection of paper records and magnetic storage media. ICS: 13.c) d) e) f) Locations with high ground water level. camp sites ICS: 79.060.020 Price Code: 20 Pages: 60 BOS 385: 2012 The manufacture. ICS: 91.060.220. ICS: 13.30 Price Code: 20 Pages: 56 BOS 393: 2010 Strong room and vault doors.310 Price Code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 396: 2010 Fire resisting door units for record rooms – Specification This specification covers the requirements for metal fire resisting door units that are capable of passing a test in which they are gradually heated (over a period of 60 min) to a temperature of 945 °C and are then maintained at that temperature for 30 min.220. Locations with low population density Water preservation areas. ICS: 13. ICS: 67.

340. It is intended to define the quality attributes of fresh carrots after harvesting and to grade them according to the different quality levels. canned crustaceans and canned crustaceans products. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 51 . canned marine molluscs products. river. ICS: 61.120. butternut type to be supplied fresh to the consumer.) whether it has been treated or not. irrespective of its source (domestic water.10 Price Code: 11 Pages: 23 BOS 463: 2011 Water quality for irrigation – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for physical. which are for direct human consumption and excludes carrots for industrial processing. grey water. It also covers the aspects of pesticides residue limits and post-harvest activities. biological and microbiological requirements of water used for irrigation purposes. chemical. It also covers aspects of pesticide residue limits and post-harvest activities all intended for marketing purposes. canned marine molluscs. canned fish products. processing and treatment of canned fish. ICS: 61. borehole.060. ICS: 13. canned crustaceans and other derived products .20 Price Code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 449: 2011 Canned fish.060 Price Code: 16 Pages: 38 BOS 426: 2012 Industrial boots (including safety boots) with stuck-on pre-moulded or direct-injection-moulded soles and heels – Specification This standard specifies the requirements for the materials and construction of industrial boots. all intended for marketing purposes.060 Price Code: 16 Pages: 39 BOS 430: 2012 Carrot – Grading requirements This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for fresh carrots of varieties “or cultivars” grown from Daucus carota L.Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for the manufacturer.30 Price Code: 22 Pages: 67 BOS 450: 2011 Peanut butter – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for peanut butter for direct human consumption ICS: 67. production.20 Price Code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS 455: 2012 Boiler suits and workwear suits – Specification This standard specifies the requirements for the material. make and trim of boiler suits and separate jackets and pairs of trousers of workwear suits ICS: 13. including safety boots. It excludes butternut squash for industrial processing or butternut that underwent post-harvest processing.This standard specifies the requirements for the materials and construction of industrial boots. primarily for crop production. made in accordance with the stuck-on pre-moulded or direct-injectionmoulded principle.20 Price Code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS 471: 2012 Butternut – grading requirements This Botswana standard specifies requirements for the squash Cucurbita moschata.080. This standard is intended to define the quality attributes of the above mentioned squash after harvesting and to grade it according to the different quality levels. cut. ICS: 67. made in accordance with the direct-vulcanized principle. including safety boots.080. waste water etc. ICS: 67. Note: The standard is intended to provide information to make judgements on the suitability of water to be used for irrigation purposes.

5.160. non-alloyed copper (in the annealed or in the hard-drawn condition) in the form of single wires or stranded conductors and intended use as a) Annealed jointing wire b) Annealed binding wire c) Hard-drawn circular wire for telecommunication purposes.020.10 Price Code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS 472: 2012 Beekeeping and bee products – Code of practice This Botswana Standard gives guidelines for the orderly conduct of beekeeping.20 Price Code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 489: 2011 Textured wall coatings.040 Price Code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS 498: 2012 Ambient air quality – Limits for common pollutants This Botswana standard specifies limit values for common air pollutants to ensure that the negative effects of such pollutants on human health and the environment are prevented or reduced.20 Price Code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS 513-2: 2012 Conductors for overhead electrical transmission lines – Part 2: Stranded aluminium conductors This part of the specification applies to uninsulated. for the improvement of the products of beekeeping and for the prevention and eradication of diseases and pests among them.10 Price Code: 12 Pages: 24 BOS 513-1: 2012 Conductors for overhead electrical transmission lines – Part 1: Copper wires and stranded copper conductors This part of the specification applies to uninsulated. on off-shutter concrete surfaces. brickwork. Note 1 Requirements that should be specified by the purchaser are listed in Annex A BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 52 .1 requires special agreement between supplier and purchaser. Quarries. Works and Machinery Act of Botswana.ICS: 67. and d) Stranded hard-drawn conductors for overhead transmission lines and overhead service connectors. Note: Limit values for underground and air quality shall be as specified in the latest version of the Mines. ICS: 87. hard drawn aluminium conductors for overhead transmission lines.10 Price Code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS 473: 2011 Addictives in fruit and vegetable drinks and non-alcoholic drinks – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for use of addictives in fruit and vegetable drinks and non-alcoholic drinks.1 and. It covers primary production of bee products of which include the following activities and practices: a) Beehive management b) Pest and disease control and veterinary treatments ICS: 67. for interior and exterior use – Specifications This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for general purpose pigmented wall coatings that have an emulsion base and are suitable for interior and exterior use.240. emulsion based. in the case of stranded conductors. Note 1: Requirements that should be specified by the purchaser are listed in Annex A Note 2: Assessment of compliance with the requirements of 4. ICS: 29. The coatings are intended for use on crazed concrete and plaster surfaces to obliterate hair-line cracks and to prevent their recurrence.180. ICS: 13.2. stone work and fibre cement. ICS: 67.120.

in each case.Note 2 Assessment of compliance with the requirements of 4. steel reinforced This part of BOS 513 specifies requirements for uninsulated stranded hard-drawn aluminium conductors. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 53 . steel reinforced. a series and a common winding and.10 Price Code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS 544: 2013 Edible oils – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for refined edible oils derived from oil seeds. ICS: 29.50 Price Code: 10 Pages: 19 BOS 529-2: 2013 Compressed earth building units Part 2: Kgalagadi sand– Code of manufacturer This Botswana Standard gives guidance on the manufacturing process of Kgalagadi sand building units for use in masonry walling.200. of the Crass group. d) have a high-voltage and a low-voltage winding or. b) have rated maximum voltages (Um) that do not exceed 36 kV. including installation requirements of the oil-immersed type that a) are category-sized in accordance with IEC 60076-1 up to and including 3 150 kVA. oil-bearing fruit and any other edible oils of plant origin. These oils are suitable for use as cooking oils and salad oils. ICS: 29. ICS: 67.. It also covers aspects of pesticide residue limits and post-harvest activities all intended for marketing purposes ICS: 67. L. and e) are suitable for off-circuit tap changing only.100. c) have uniformly insulated windings.240.50 Price Code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 531: 2012 Beetroot – grading requirements This Botswana standard applies to fresh beetroot of varieties “or cultivars” grown from Beta vulgaris variety cicla. a stabilizing winding or an auxiliary winding. NOTE For the purpose of this standard. if necessary.1 This standard specifies requirements for single-phase and three-phase distribution transformers.10 Price Code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS 563:2013 Distribution of transformers . for overhead transmission lines.20 Price Code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS 514: 2013 Cultured marble sanitary ware – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for cultured marble sanitary ware.100.240.1 requires special agreement between supplier and purchaser. Kgalagadi sand shall be considered to have the same meaning as Kalahari sand.120. ICS: 91. ICS: 91.20 Price Code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS 513-3: 2012 Conductors for overhead electrical transmission lines – Part 3: Aluminium conductors.140.70 Price Code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS 529-1: 2013 Compressed earth building units Part 1: Kgalagadi sands building units – Specification This Botswana Standard specifies requirements for Kgalagadi sand building units for use in masonry walling. in the case of an auto-transformer.1 and 5.Specification 1. ICS: 91. which are for direct human consumption and excludes beetroots for industrial processing. This standard specifies the quality attributes of fresh beetroots after harvesting and to grade them according to the different quality levels.

ICS: 29. 1. This document follows the food chain from primary production to the final consumer. It is not applicable for noise in the occupational environment. and c) under the conditions to which the electrical installations being served could be exposed.3 This standard applies to distribution transformers that are designed for use. at full continuous rating. other than those referred to in 1.180 Price Code: 17 Pages: 42 BOS 575: 2013 Maximum permissible limits for environmental noise This Botswana Standard specifies limits for environmental noise expressed in decibels.NOTE Although distribution transformers are generally designed to receive power at a voltage that exceeds 3. setting out the necessary hygiene conditions for producing food which is safe and suitable for consumption.01 Price Code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS CAC/RCP 1: 2003 Recommended International Code of Practice – General principles of food hygiene.1(d).020 Price Code: 14 Pages: 31 BOS EN 197-1: 2000 see page 82 BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 54 .3 kV and to deliver power to systems that have a nominal voltage of 230/400 V or 525 V. under the conditions specified in IEC 60076-1 and also under the following conditions: a) at an altitude that does not exceed 1 800 m.2 This standard is not applicable to transformers that have more than two windings. b) at a system voltage frequency of 50 Hz. NOTE Requirements that have to be specified by the purchaser and those that have to be agreed upon by the manufacturer and the purchaser are listed in Annex A. this standard covers transformers that have any combination of rated primary and secondary voltages. 1. ICS: 17.140. ICS: 67.

in light industry and on farms (such as catering equipment.1: 1997 Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V – Part3: Non-sheathed cables for fixed wiring.20 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS IEC 60335-1 Ed 4.BOS EN & IEC STANDARDS BOS EN 12199: 1998 Resilient floor coverings – Specifications for homogenous and heterogeneous relief rubber floor coverings Characteristics of homogeneous and heterogeneous relief or studied rubber floor coverings. The rated voltage of the appliances are not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances.060.060. core identification and general requirements for the construction of cables. 2. ICS: 29. ICS: 17. Specifications for polyvinyl chloride insulated single-core non-sheathed cables for fixed wiring of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V. supplied in either tile or roll form.2: 1998 Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V – Part 1: General requirements. 2. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 55 .150 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS IEC 60118-7: 1983 Hearing aids – Part 7: Measurement of the performance characteristics of hearing aids for quality inspection for delivery purposes Gives recommendations for the measurement of performance characteristics of air-conduction hearing aids of a particular model for the purpose of comparing measured properties with those specified by the manufacturer.20 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS IEC 60227-3: Ed. Gives definitions. Describes practical reproducible methods for determining the compliance of a limited number of electroacoustical and electrical characteristics of delivered hearing aids with nominal performance data supplied by the manufacturer. and industrial and commercial cleaning appliances).50 Price code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS IEC 60227-1: Ed. ICS: 29. It deals with the common hazards presented by appliances that are encountered by all persons in and around the home. ICS: 29. ICS: 97.030 Price code: 25 Pages: 140 BOS IEC 60335-2-3 Ed 5.120.140.1: 2003 Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V – Part 2: Test methods. The methods of carrying out the tests specified in all parts of IEC 60227 are given in this part and in IEC 60332-1.1: 2004 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 1: General requirements Deals with the safety of electrical appliances for household and similar purposes. ICS: 13.060. 60811 and 60885. Specifies marking. Appendix describes code designation of cables. 2. 97. This is a consolidated version of IEC 602273 (1993) and its Amendment 1 (1997).0: 2002 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-3: Particulars requirements for electric irons.20 Price code: 10 Pages: 19 BOS IEC 60227-2: Ed. It also covers appliances used by laymen in shops.

10 BOBS catalogue Price code: 7 Pages: 14 Updated: June 2014 56 . for household and similar purposes. see IEC 60335-2-44.Deals with the safety of electric dry irons and steam irons.040. 13. This International Standard deals with the safety of electric floor treatment and wet scrubbing machines intended for household and similar purposes.10 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS IEC 60335-2-55: 2008 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-55: Particular requirement for surface cleaning appliances for electrical appliances for use with aquariums and garden ponds This International Standard deals with the safety of electric appliances for use with aquariums and garden ponds for household and similar purposes. and 480 V for other appliances.120 Price code: 9 Pages: 17 BOS IEC 60335-2-6 Ed 5. in light industry and on farms. Applicable to the safety of stationary electric cooking ranges.10 Price code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS IEC 60335-2-52: 2008 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-52: Particular requirement for oral hygiene appliances This International Standard deals with the safety of electric oral hygiene appliances for household and similar purposes. their rated voltage being not more than 250 V ICS: 77. ICS: 77.080. their rated voltage being not more than 250 V. and with a drying function must comply with IEC 60335-2-11. It covers household use. 13. It includes those with a separate water reservoir or boiler with a capacity less than 5 l. The rated voltage is not more than 250 V for singlephase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. Deals with the safety of electric washing machines for household and similar purposes.060. aquarium heaters. Washing machines with a spin extraction function must comply with IEC 60335-2-4. ICS: 77.120 Price code: 12 Pages: 24 BOS IEC 60335-2-10: 2008 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-10: Particular requirement for floor treatment machines and wet scrubbing machines.1: 2005 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-6: Particulars requirements for stationary cooking ranges.10 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS IEC 60335-2-43: 2008 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-43: Particular requirement for clothes dryers and towel rails This International Standard deals with the safety of electric clothes dryers for drying textiles on racks located in a warm airflow and to electric towel rails. For ironers.080. ICS: 97.080. their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances connected between one phase and neutral. 13. intended for washing clothes and textiles. ICS: 97. their rated voltage being not more than 250 V.080. ovens and similar appliances. ovens and similar appliances. It includes washing machines for communal use in blocks of flats and in laundrettes.20. use by laymen in shops. ICS: 97.1: 2004 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-7: Particulars requirements for washing machines. hobs. automatic food dispensers and sludge suction appliances. their rated voltage being not more than 250 V. Examples of appliances covered in this standard include aerators.060. hobs. ICS: 77. Examples of appliances covered in this standard include oral irrigators and toothbrushes.120 Price code: 16 Pages: 37 BOS IEC 60335-2-7 Ed 6.

their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for a single phase appliances and 480V for other appliances. tubular fluorescent and other discharge lamps on supply voltages not exceeding 1 000 V. ICS: 29.Physical .40.40 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS IEC 60598-2-2 ed 2.080.140. for use with tungsten filament.40 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS IEC 60598-2-3–Ed. this standard deals with the common hazards presented by appliances that are encountered by all persons in and around the home.140. ICS: 29.1: 1997 Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section 2: Recessed luminaries This section of IEC 60598-2 specifies requirements for recessed luminaries for use with tungsten filament. However.0: 1997 Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section 4: Portable general purpose luminaries Specifies requirements for portable general purpose luminaires. sensory or mental capabilities.40 Price code: 25 Pages: 181 BOS IEC 60598-2-1: 1979 Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section One – Fixed general purpose luminaries Specifies requirements for fixed general purpose luminaires for use with tungsten filament. in light industry and on farms.Ed.40 BOBS catalogue Price code: 3 Pages: 6 Updated: June 2014 57 .140. As far as it is practicable. marking. The requirements and related tests of this standard cover: classification. it does not take into account persons (including children) whose .080. 3. tubular fluorescent and other discharge lamps on supply voltages not exceeding 250 V. or .140.Part 1: General requirements and tests This Part 1 of International Standard IEC 60598 specifies general requirements for luminaires.0: 2003 Luminaires . 6. such as appliances intended to be used by laymen in shops. ICS: 77. mechanical construction and electrical construction. tubular fluorescent and other discharge lamps on supply voltage not exceeding 1 000V. Appliances not intended for normal household use but that nevertheless may be a source of danger to the public. in general.10 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS IEC 60598-1. 2. This section does not cover air handling or liquid cooled luminaries. other than handlamps. 93.Lack of experience and knowledge Prevents them from using the appliance safely without supervision or instruction. are within the scope of this standard. ICS: 29. ICS: 29. children playing with the appliance. ICS: 29. for use with tungsten filament. incorporating electric light sources for operation from supply voltages up to 1 000 V.30 Price code: 8 Pages: 15 BOS IEC 60598-2-4-Ed.140. tubular fluorescent and other discharge lamps on supply voltages not exceeding 1 000 V.BOS IEC 60335-2-65: 2008 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-65: Particular requirement for air cleaning appliances This International Standard deals with the safety of electric air cleaning appliances for household and similar purposes.0: 2002 Luminaires – Part 2-3: Particular requirements – Luminaires for road and street lighting Specifies requirements for luminaires for road and street lighting.

fountains. tubular fluorescent and other discharge lamps on supply voltages not exceeding 1 000 V.40 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS IEC 60598-2-8:-Consol. tubular fluorescent and other discharge lamps on supply voltages not exceeding 1 000 V. and for use with tungsten filament lamps. ICS: 29. ICS: 29. ICS: 29. 2. for use with tungsten filament.40 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS IEC 60598-2-9: 1987 – Ed. Ed. television and film studio luminaires (including spot and floodlighting projectors). or in contact with water. paddling pools. ICS: 29. for example in swimming pools. with supply voltages and output voltages not exceeding: 1 000 V for class I and class II luminaires and 250 V for class 0 luminaires.0 Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section Nine – Photo and film luminaires (non-professional) Specifies requirements for photo and film luminaires (non-professional) for use with lowpressure tungsten halogen lamps. ICS: 29. specified in IEC 60357.1 (incl. tubular fluorescent and other discharge lamps on supply voltages not exceeding 250 V. am1) Luminaires – Part 2-8: Particular requirements – Hand lamps Specifies requirements for hand lamps and similar portable luminaires which are held in the hand when used. ICS: 29. television and film studios (outdoor and indoor) Specifies requirements for stage.140.40 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS IEC 60598-2-17: 1984 Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section Seventeen – Luminaires for stage lighting.140.140. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 58 . for use with tungsten filament.0: 1982 Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section Seven – Portable luminaires for garden use Specifies requirements for portable pedestal luminaires for use in places such as gardens and for portable luminaires for use in places such as flower beds. ICS: 29.40 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS IEC 60598-2-18: 1993 Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section 18: Luminaires for swimming pools and similar applications Specifies requirements for fixed luminaires intended for use in water.40 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS IEC 60598-2-6: 1994 Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section 6: Luminaires with built-in transformers for filament lamps Specifies requirements for luminaires with built-in transformers for filament lamps.BOS IEC 60598-2-5: 1998 Luminaires – Part 2-5: Particular requirements – Floodlights This part of IEC 60598 specifies requirements for floodlights for use with tungsten filament.140.40 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS IEC 60598-2-7-Ed. It is to be read in conjunction with those sections of IEC 60598-1 to which reference is made.140. for use with tungsten filament and tubular fluorescent lamps on supply voltages not exceeding 250 V.140.2.40 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS IEC 60598-2-10: 2003 Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section Ten – Potable child-appealing luminaries Specifies requirements for portable child-appealing luminaires for use with tungsten filament lamps on supply voltages not exceeding 24 V (SELV).140.1. and garden pools.

220.40 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS IEC 60598-2-19: 1981 Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section Nineteen: Air-handling luminaires (safety requirements) Specifies safety requirements for air-handling luminaires for use with a ventilation space (plenum).40 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS IEC 60598-2-25: 1994 Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section 25: Luminaires for use in clinical areas of hospitals and health care buildings Details specific requirements for luminaires for use with tungsten filament. are supplied via freely suspended continuous supporting conductors or profiles.e. power supply.140.c.40 Price code: 11 Pages: 22 BOS IEC 60598-2-23: 2001 Luminaires – Part 2-23: Particular requirements – Extra low voltage lighting systems for filament lamps Specifies requirements for extra low voltage systems for filament lamps intended for ordinary use on supply voltages not exceeding 1 000 V.ICS: 29.40 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS IEC 60598-2-20: 2002 Luminaires – Part 2-20: Particular requirements – Lighting chains Specifies requirements for lighting chains fitted with series or parallel connected incandescent lamps for use indoors or outdoors on supply voltages not exceeding 250 V. not habitually to be moved from place to place) and which are permanently connected to the load and to the d. The luminaires are for use with electric light sources on supply voltages not exceeding 1000 V.140.140.140.40 Price code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS IEC 60896-11: 2002 Stationary lead-acid batteries – Part 11: Vented types – General requirements and method test. This part of IEC 60896 is applicable to lead-acid cells and batteries which are designed for service in fixed locations (i.140.20 BOBS catalogue Price code: 10 Pages: 19 Updated: June 2014 59 . but where the risk of explosion in the atmosphere does not exist. ICS: 29. Batteries operating in such applications are called "stationary batteries". for use with tubular fluorescent lamps on supply voltages not exceeding 1 000 V. ICS: 29. ICS: 29. ICS: 29. The luminaires. fluorescent and other discharge lamps on supply voltages not exceeding 1 000 V for use in clinical areas in which medical treatment.140. ICS: 29. examination and medical care takes place in hospital and health care buildings. ICS: 29.40 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS IEC 60598-2-22: 2002 Luminaires – Part 2-22: Particular requirements – Luminaires for emergency lighting This section of IEC 60598-2 specifies requirements for emergency lighting luminaires for use with electrical light sources on emergency power supplies not exceeding 1 000 V. due to the risk of combustible dust accumulating on the luminaires. being connected in parallel. ICS: 29. The current in the output circuit of the system is limited to 25 A.40 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS IEC 60598-2-24: 1997 Luminaires – Part 2-24: Particular requirements – Luminaires with limited surface temperatures Specifies requirements for luminaires intended for use where the necessity of limited temperature on the outer surface exists.140.

Defines the major electrical. uninterruptible power supply (UPS). power supply).220. emergency power or similar applications. (i. in a static location (i. permanently connected to a load and to a d.160 Price code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS IEC 61215: 2005 Crystalline silicon terrestrial photovoltaic (PV) modules – Design qualification and type approval. as defined in IEC 607212-1. or uninterruptible power supply and general power supplies ICS: 29.e. incorporated in tools. mechanical and environmental parameters for the description and performance analysis of stand-alone photovoltaic systems.20 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS IEC 61056-1: 2002 General purpose lead-acid (Valve regulated types) – Part 2: Dimensions.e. Lays down requirements for the design qualification and type approval of terrestrial photovoltaic modules suitable for long-term operation in general open-air climates. utility switching.20 Price code: 16 Pages: 39 BOS IEC 60896-22: 2004 Stationary lead-acid batteries – Part 22: Valve regulated types – Requirements This part of IEC 60896 applies to all stationary lead-acid cells and monobloc batteries of the valve regulated type for float charge applications. power supply). incorporated in tools. not generally intended to be moved from place to place) and incorporated into stationary equipment or installed in battery rooms for use in telecom.20 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS IEC 61194: 1992 Characteristic parameters of stand-alone photovoltaic systems.e.220. permanently connected to a load and to a d. Applies only to crystalline silicon types.c. toys or in static emergency. emergency power or similar applications.BOS IEC 60896-21: 2002 Stationary lead-acid batteries – Part 21: Valve regulated types – Methods of test.220. for instance. functional characteristics and methods of test for all general purpose lead acid cells and batteries of the valve regulated type  For either cyclic or float charge application  In portable equipment. terminals and marking for the general purpose lead-acid cells and batteries of the valve regulated type  For either cyclic or float charge application  In portable equipment. terminals and marking This part of IEC 61056 specifies the dimensions. uninterruptible power supply (UPS).c. ICS: 29. The objective of this part of IEC 60896 is to specify the methods of test for all types and construction of valve regulated stationary lead acid cells and monobloc batteries used in standby power applications ICS: 29.220.e. The objective of this part of IEC 60896 is to assist the specifier in the understanding of the purpose of each test contained within IEC 60896-21 and provide guidance on a suitable requirement that will result in the battery meeting the needs of a particular industry application and operational condition. utility switching. ICS: 27. in a static location (i. not generally intended to be moved from place to place) and incorporated into stationary equipment or installed in battery rooms for use in telecom. (i. toys or in static emergency. This part of IEC 61056 specifies the general requirements. for instance.20 Price code: 13 Pages: 28 BOS IEC 61056-1: 2002 General purpose lead-acid batteries (Valve regulated types) – General requirements and functional characteristics – Methods of test. This part of IEC 60896 applies to all stationary lead-acid cells and monobloc batteries of the valve regulated type for float charge applications. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 60 . or uninterruptible power supply and general power supplies ICS: 29.

the ability of the lifting system to maintain the load in the lifted position without hydraulic power. throughout its full range of movement. drawbar and belt pulley on tractors. Specifies four categories to be used on different ranges of agricultural tractors.Part 2: Rear three-point linkage lifting capacity Specifies test procedures for determining the lifting capacity of rear-mounted three-point linkage systems: a) the maximum vertical force which can be exerted by the hydraulic lift at the lower hitch points throughout their full range of movement. 3 and 4 Cancels and replaces the second edition (ISO 730-1 (1990) and ISO 730-3 (1982)).100. Annex A includes a specimen test report. ICS: 65. 2.060.ICS: 27.Part 1: Categories 1. ICS: 65.Part 1: Metric series Specifies the nominal outside diameters for metric thermoplastics pipes for the conveyance of fluids under pressure and non-pressure. Describes the dimensions and requirements of the three-point linkage for the attachment of implements or equipment to the rear of agricultural wheeled tractors.20 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS ISO 707: 1997 Milk and milk products – Guidance on sampling Guidance on methods of sampling milk and milk products for microbiological.Part 1: Power tests for power take-off This part is the first of a series of eight. b) the maximum vertical force which can be exerted by the hydraulic lift. ICS: 65.040.Rear-mounted three-point linkage -. chemical.Test procedures -.10 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS ISO 730-2: 1979 Agricultural wheeled tractor – Rear-mounted three point linkage – Part 2: Category 1N (Narrow hitch) This International Standard specifies the requirements for the attachment of implements or equipment to the rear of narrow agricultural wheeled tractors by means of a three-link hitch in association with a power lift. Specifies procedure for determining the power available at the power take-off.160 Price code: 18 Pages: 46 BOS ISO STANDARDS BOS ISO 161-1: 1996 Thermoplastics pipes for the conveyance of fluids -Nominal outside diameters and nominal pressures -. Contains definitions and permissible measurement tolerances.10 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS ISO 789-2: 1993 Agricultural tractors -. c) optionally. 0 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS ISO 789-1: 1990 Agricultural tractors -. It also specifies nominal pressure ratings and minimum required strengths for pipes for pressure ICS: 23. physical and sensory analysis except for sampling of ex-farm milk from individual animals and sampling of milk within quality payment schemes. at a point 610 mm to the rear of the hitch points on a frame attached to the three-point linkage.01 Price code: 16 Pages: 36 BOS ISO 730-1:1994 Agricultural wheeled tractors -.060.060. The measurement of tyre tread is given in annex B.Test procedures -. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 61 . ICS: 67.

ICS 67.Part 3: Making and curing test specimens This part of ISO 1920 specifies the shape and dimensions of concrete test specimens for strength tests and the methods of making and curing these test specimens. practical method. or for making test specimens to determine the properties of hardened concrete.10 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS ISO 1920-1: 2004 Testing of concrete . It specifies the following test methods: determination of consistence (slump test.30 Price code: 20 Pages: 56 BOS ISO 1920-3: 2004 Testing of concrete .Part 6: Centre of gravity Specifies a simple. Vebe test.100. determination of fresh density and determination of air content by the pressure-gauge method and by the water-column method.080 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS ISO 1000: 1992 SI units and recommendations for the use of their multiples and of certain other units This International Standard  describes the International System of units (in clauses 3.10 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS ISO 789-6: 1982 Agricultural tractors -.060. and Annex A).  recommends selected decimal multiples and sub-multiples of SI units for general use and gives certain other units which may be used with the International System of Units (in clauses 5 and 7.100. the slump-flow test). degree of compatibility. Three figures illustrate the determination in the different coordinates. 4 and 6).100.060 Price code: 11 Pages: 22 BOS ISO 1211: 1999 Milk – Determination of fat content – Gravimetric method (reference method) The reference method for the determination of the fat content of milk. The method is applicable to tractors having at least axles fitted with wheels or tracks. with view to determining the quality or particular characteristics of the goods. forming the subject of international trade.Part 1: Sampling of fresh concrete This part of ISO 1920 specifies procedures for the sampling of fresh concrete. which requires the use of a weighbridge and crane. An annex gives the specimen test report.ICS: 65. ICS 91.  quotes the definitions of the SI base units (in annex B).10 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS ISO 874: 1980 Fruits and vegetables – Sampling This International Standard specifies a method of sampling fresh fruits and vegetables. Alternative methods may be used if they locate the centre of gravity with respect to the specified reference planes and within the specified tolerances. ICS: 65.30 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS ISO 1920-2: 2005 Testing of concrete – Part 2 Properties of fresh concrete This part of ISO 1920 specifies procedures for testing fresh concrete.Test procedures -. ICS: 67. ICS 91. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 62 . ICS: 01.060. The samples are used for the testing of properties of fresh concrete. flowtable test and for high-fluidity concrete. Note: ISO 1920-1 specifies the properties of fresh concrete and ISO 1920-3 gives the procedures for making and curing test specimens.

30 BOS ISO 1920-5: 2004 Price code: 13 Pages: 27 Testing of concrete . all facets of quality and who consistently produce lots which meet requirements. preparation for testing and determination of compressive strength. Note: It is recommended that before coring. The part of ISO 1920 does not give guidance on the decision to drill cores or on the locations for drilling nor does it provide procedures for interpreting the core strength results.120.30 Price code: 24 Pages: 87 BOS ISO 2859-2: 1985 Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes – Part 2: Sampling plans indexed by limiting quality (LQ) for isolated lot inspection LQ sampling plans and procedures for inspection by attributes compatible with ISO 2858/1 that can be used when the switching rules given in ISO 2859/1 are not applied. full agreement should be reached by all parties on the need for core testing and how the results should be interpreted. their examination.30 Price code: 12 Pages: 24 BOS ISO 2859-1: 1999 Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes – Part 1: Sampling schemes indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot – by – lot inspection Sampling system for inspection by attributes. preparation and testing of concrete cores This part of ISO 1920 specifies a method for taking cores from hardened concrete. The mandatory requirements apply to helmets for general use in industry.ICS 91. Additional optional BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 63 . ICS 03. ICS: 03. ICS: 03.120.Part 4: Strength of hardened concrete This part of ISO 1920 specifies procedures for testing the strength of hardened concrete ICS 91.100. in an effective manner.100.100. ICS 91.30 BOS ISO 1920-7: 2004 Price code: 4 Pages: 10 Testing of concrete Part 7: Non-destructive tests on hardened concrete This part of ISO 1920 specifies non-destructive test methods for use on hardened concrete ICS 91. methods of test and marking requirements.30 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS ISO 3873: 1977 Industrial safety helmets Specifies physical and performance requirements.100.Part 5: Properties of hardened concrete other than strength This part of ISO 1920 specifies procedures for testing properties of hardened concrete other than strength ICS 91.30 BOS ISO 1920-6: 2004 Price code: 7 Pages: 13 Testing of concrete .100.30 Price code: 10 Pages: 20 BOS ISO 1920-4: 2005 Testing of concrete .120.Part 6: Sampling.30 Price code: 11 Pages: 21 BOS ISO 2859-3: 1991 Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes – Part 3: Skip – lot sampling procedures Generic attribute skip-lot sampling procedures for reducing the inspection effort on products submitted by those suppliers who have demonstrated their ability to control.

flammability. electrical insulation.performance requirements are included: Shock absorption. and lateral rigidity. ICS: 13. penetration.340.20 BOBS catalogue Price code: 4 Pages: 8 Updated: June 2014 64 .

025 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS ISO 4427-3: 2007 Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 3: Fittings This part of ISO 4427 specifies the general aspects of fittings made from polyethylene (PE) for piping systems intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption.040. ICS: 91.Film and sheeting -. ICS: 23.025 Price code: 14 Pages: 31 BOS ISO 4427-5: 2007 Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 5: Fitness for purpose of the system – Specification This part of 4427 specifies the characteristics of the fitness for purpose of assembled piping systems made from polyethylene (PE) intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption. by gravimetric techniques (gravimetric thickness) Applies to all plastics films and sheeting and has special value when mechanical scanning is not sufficiently precise.60.20.140.140.60. 91.140.200 Price code: 18 Pages: 46 BOS ISO 4427-1: 2007 Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 1: General This part of ISO 4427 specifies the general aspects of polyethylene (PE) piping systems (mains and service pipes) intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption. including raw water prior to treatment and water for general purposes.60.60.BOS ISO 4064-1: 2005 Measurement of water flow in fully charged closed circuits – Meters for cold potable water and hot water – Part 1: Specifications This part of ISO 4064 specifies terminology.140.20.Determination of average thickness of a sample. The BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 65 . ICS: 11. It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods to which it refers.140. 93. 91.20.025 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS ISO 4591: 1992 Plastics -. It applies to water metres that can withstand maximum admissible working pressures (MAP ≥ 1 MPa1) (0. metrological characteristics and pressure loss requirements for cold potable water and hot water meters. including raw water prior to treatment and water for general purposes. depending on class.040. It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods to which it refers.60 Price code: 17 Pages: 42 BOS ISO 4074: 2002 Natural latex rubber condoms – Requirements and test methods This International Standard specifies the minimum requirements and the test methods to be used for condoms made from natural rubber latex which are supplied to consumers for contraceptives purposes and to assist in the prevention of sexually transmitted infections.025 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS ISO 4427-2: 2007 Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 2: Pipes – Specification This part of ISO 4427 specifies the pipes made from polyethylene (PE) intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption. DN ≥ 500mm) and a maximum admissible temperature.040. ICS: 23. technical characteristics.6 MPa for meters for use with pipe nominal diameters. MAT for cold potable water meters of 30°C and for hot water meters up to 180°C.20. It also specifies the test parameters for the methods to which it refers. and average thickness and yield of a roll. It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods to which it refers. ICS: 23. 93. including raw water prior to treatment and water for general purposes. 91. ICS: 23. particularly for measuring the thickness of embossed sheeting.040. 93. 91. 93. including raw water prior to treatment and water for general purposes.

laser beams and low-temperature infrared radiation.100. identification. design. liquefied or dissolved gases.01 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS ISO 5666: 1999 Water quality: Determination of mercury This International Standard specifies two methods for the determination of mercury in water. steel.060. ICS: 67.30 Price code: 9 Pages: 17 BOS ISO 4849: 1981 Personal eye-protectors – Specifications Deals with general considerations.50 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS ISO 5667–1: 2006 Water quality – Sampling – Part 1: Guidance on the design of sampling programmes and sampling techniques BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 66 . This standard is applicable to joint seals for all pipeline materials. ICS: 83. fibre cement.gravimetric thickness is calculated from measurements of mass.140. The transmittance requirements and methods of test for particular uses are given in the International Standards listed in clause 3. drainage and sewage pipelines – Specification for materials This International Standard specifies requirements for materials used in vulcanised rubber seals for a) cold drinking-water supplies (up to 50 ºC) b) drainage. Specifies a method for the enumeration of coliforms by means of the colony count technique at 30 C. clay. construction and workmanship.20 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS ISO 5541-1: 1986 Milk and milk products – Enumeration of coliforms – Part 1: Colony count technique at 30C. area and density of a sample. ICS: 23. surface and waste waters.01 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS ISO 5541-2: 1986 Milk and milk products – Enumeration of coliforms – Part 2: Most probable number technique at 30C. some particular requirements. procedure and test at manufacture of refillable welded steel gas cylinders at a test pressure not greater than 75 bar 1).340. plastics and glass-reinforced plastics. ICS: 83.50 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS ISO 4706: 1989 Refillable welded steel gas cylinders This International Standard gives minimum requirements for certain aspects concerning material. Applies to all types used against various hazards which are likely to damage the eye or impair vision. including iron. sampling.140. ICS: 13. for example in ground. and of water capacities from 1 L up to and including 150L for compressed. X-rays. classification.10 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS ISO 4633: 2002 Rubber seals – Joint rings for water supply. exposed to ambient temperatures. Specifies a method for the enumeration of coliforms by means of the culture technique involving a liquid medium. with the exception of nuclear radiation. ICS: 67. sewerage and rainwater systems (continuous flow up to 45 ºC and intermittent flow up to 95 ºC). Gives functional requirements for the various types used mainly in industry.020. and calculation of the most probable number (MPN) after incubation at 30 C. reinforced concrete. concrete. requirements applicable to all types. such as: designation. ICS: 13.100.

although the methods described in certain cases may also be applicable to spillages.45 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS ISO 5667–5: 2006 Water quality–Sampling . effluents and bottom deposits). ICS: 13. processing. intended for drinking. sampling techniques and the handling of water samples from rivers and streams for physical. water intended for human consumption comprises: a) all water either in its original taste or after treatment.20 BOBS catalogue Price code: 5 Pages: 10 Updated: June 2014 67 .1 to 1.3. cooking.060.060. the design of sampling programmes and techniques for the collection of samples. Sampling of accidental spillages is not included. the design of sampling programmes and sampling techniques for all aspects of sampling water (including waste waters. It is not applicable to the sampling of estuarine or coastal waters and is of limited applicability to the microbiological sampling. It covers waste water in all its forms.45 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS ISO 5667–10: 1992 Water quality – Sampling – Part 10: Guidance on sampling of waste waters This part of ISO 5667 contains details on the sampling of domestic and industrial waste water. to sampling techniques and the handling and preservation of samples of water from natural and man-made lakes. This part of ISO 5667 sets out the principles to be applied to the design of sampling programmes.45 Price code: 14 Pages: 31 BOS ISO 5667–3: 2003 Water quality – Sampling – Part 1: Guidance on the preservation and handling of water samples This part of ISO 5667 gives general principles on the precautions to be taken to preserve and transport all water samples including those for biological analyses but not those intended for microbiological analysis. ICS: 13.e. regardless of its origin. and provides guidance on.060. chemical and microbiological assessment.45 Price code: 14 Pages: 31 BOS ISO 5667–4: 1987 Water quality–Sampling . It does not include detailed instructions for specific sampling situations. The main objectives are in 1. ICS: 13. preservation or marketing of products or substances intended for human consumption unless the competent national authorities are satisfied that the quality of the water cannot affect the wholesomeness of the foodstuff in its finished form. which is covered in ISO 19458 [23] ICS: 13.Part 4: Guidance on sampling from lakes. These guidelines are particularly appropriate when spot or composite samples cannot be analysed on-site and have to be transported to a laboratory for analysis. and crude and treated domestic waste water. Also it does not include microbiological sampling.060. sludges.060. This part of ISO 5667 presents detailed principles to be applied to the design of sampling programmes.Part 6: Guidance on sampling of rivers and streams. Sampling for microbiological examination is not included. b) all water used in any production undertaking for the manufacture. plus. ICS: 13. i.e.45 Price code: 9 Pages: 17 BOS ISO 5667–6: 2005 Water quality–Sampling . which are covered in the various other parts of ISO 5667. food preparation. natural and man – made lakes.Part 4: Guidance on sampling of drinking water from treatment work and piped distribution systems This part of ISO 5667 establishes principles to be applied to the techniques of sampling water intended for human consumption.This part of ISO 5667 sets out the general principles for. industrial waste water. or other domestic purposes. For purposes of this part of ISO 5667. i.060. ICS: 13.

The guidance includes sampling of groundwater from both the saturated (below water table) zone and the unsaturated (above the water table) zone.040.060.45 Price code: 12 Pages: 26 BOS ISO 5681: 1992 Equipment for crop protection – Vocabulary Defines 9 general terms.060.060.060. 11 terms for equipment for applying dust. ICS: 65. 8 terms for equipment for applying granules. 146 terms for equipment for applying sprays. ICS: 65. 01. surface waters and drinking waters.40 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS ISO 5961: 1994 Water quality – Determination of cadmium by atomic absorption spectrometry. Replaces the first edition. It informs the user of the necessary consideration when planning and undertaking groundwater sampling to survey the quality of ground water supply.060. ICS 13. Two methods for determination of cadmium: flame atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) (Section 2) and electro thermal atomisation (AAS) (Section 3). It is applicable to agricultural hydraulic sprayers for field crops. ICS: 65.40. except for manual sprayers and aircraft-mounted sprayers.060. surface waters and drinking waters. ICS: 13.BOS ISO 5667–11: 2009 Water quality–Sampling . Suitable for agricultural hydraulic pressure sprayers used for protection and/or fertilization of crops. Titrimetric method using ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) for the determination of the calcium content of ground waters.40 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS ISO 5682-2: 1997 Equipment for crop protection.50 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS ISO 6059: 1984 Water quality – Determination of the sum of calcium and magnesium – EDTA titrimetric method Titrimetric method using ethyledediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) for the determination of the sum of the calcium and magnesium concentrations in ground waters.Spraying equipment -Part 3: Test method for volume/hectare adjustment systems of agricultural hydraulic pressure sprayers Specifies the test method for volume/hectare adjustment systems of sprayers in order to assess precision of spraying and performance.40 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS ISO 5682-3: 1996 Equipment for crop protection .65 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS ISO 5682-1: 1996 Equipment for crop protection . This part of ISO 5667 does not apply to sampling related to the day-to-day operational control of groundwater abstractions for potable purposes.50 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS ISO 6058: 1984 Water quality – Determination of calcium content – EDTA titrimetric method.Spraying equipment -Part 1: Test methods for sprayer nozzles Describes methods for estimating the accuracy of hydraulic sprayer nozzles for hydraulic spraying.Spraying equipment -Part 2: Test methods for hydraulic sprayers This part of ISO 5682 specifies the methods of testing and assessing the performance and accuracy distribution of hydraulic sprayers for field crops. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 68 . ICS: 65.Part 11: Guidance on sampling of groundwaters This part of ISO 5667 provides guidance on the sampling of ground waters. ICS: 13. protection and remediation. to detect and access ground water contamination and to assist in ground water resource management.060. and 23 other terms.

ICS: 13. ICS: 65.50 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS ISO 6222: 1999 Water quality – Enumeration of culturable microorganisms – Colony count by inoculation in a nutrient agar culture medium This standard specifies a method for the enumeration of culturable micro-organisms in water by counting the colonies formed in a nutrient agar culture medium after aerobic incubation at 36°C and 22°C. ICS: 13. The method is applicable to animal feeding stuffs with the exception of:  milk products  mineral substances  mixtures containing a considerable amount of milk products or mineral substances. including water in closed containers and to natural mineral waters.g.060. for example milk replacers  animal feeding stuffs containing humectants (e. It is particularly applicable to the examination of water intended for human consumption. ICS: 13. ICS: 65. ICS: 65. The method is applicable to animal feeding stuffs with a phosphorus content less than 50g/kg. propylene glycol) ICS: 65. The method is intended to measure the operational efficiency of the treatment process of public drinking water supplies and for general application to all types of water.120 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS ISO 6496: 1999 Animal feeding stuffs – Determination of moisture and other volatile matter content This International Standard specifies a method for the determination of the moisture and other volatile matter content of animal feeding stuffs.120 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS ISO 6498: 1999 Animal feeding stuffs – Preparation of test samples This International Standard specifies methods for the preparation of test samples from laboratory samples of animal feeding stuffs including pet foods.060.45 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS ISO 6490-1: 1985 Animal feeding stuffs – Determination of calcium content – Part 1: Titrimetric method This part of ISO 6490 specifies titrimetric method for the determination of calcium content of animal feeding stuffs.120 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS ISO 6644: 2002 Flowing cereals and milled products – Automatic sampling by mechanical means – Specification BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 69 .50 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS ISO 6461-2: 1986 Water quality – Detection and enumeration of the spores of sulphide reducing anaerobes (clostridia) – Part 2: Method by membrane filtration This part of ISO 6461 specifies a method for the detection and enumeration of the spores of sulphite-reducing anaerobes (clostridia) by membrane filtration. using for instance quinoline phosphomolybdate.120 Price code: 1 Pages: 2 BOS ISO 6491: 1998 Animal feeding stuffs – Determination of phosphorus content – Spectrometric method This International Standard specifies spectrometric method for the determination of the phosphorus content of animal feeding stuffs. application of a gravimetric method is advised. For products with higher phosphorus content.060. The method is applicable to all animal feeding stuffs having calcium greater than 1g/kg. It is particularly appropriate for the analysis of products with low phosphorus content.

to static bulks in wagons.N-diethyl-1. ICS: 13. ICS: 13. ICS: 67. ships. ICS: 65.N-diethyl-1. ICS: 65.10 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS ISO 6866: 1985 Animal feeding stuffs – Determination of free and total gossypol This International Standard specifies a method for the determination of the content of free and total gossypol and chemically related substances in animal feeding stuffs.6 – Dimethylphenol spectrometric method Method for the determination of nitrate ion in water. ICS: 13.4-phenylenediamine. These methods can only be used for semi-quantitative determinations.060.060 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS ISO 6651: 2001 Animal feeding stuffs – Semi-quantitative determination of aflatoxin B1 – Thin-layer chromatographic methods This International Standard specifies two methods for the determination of aflatoxin B 1 in animal feeding stuffs. It does not apply to seed grain.This International Standard specifies requirements for the automatic sampling. cream and evaporated milk.060. Iodometric titration method for the determination of total chlorine in water. of cereals (as grain) or of milled cereal products moving in bulk. Method for the measurement of the electrical conductivity of all types of water. for routine control purposes. It is not applicable to commodities in sacks or in packages.060.50 BOBS catalogue Price code: 3 Pages: 5 Updated: June 2014 70 .50 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS ISO 7888: 1985 Water quality – Determination of electrical conductivity.4-phenylenediamine. cream and evaporated milk – Determination of total solids content (Reference method).50 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS ISO 7393-3: 1990 Water quality – Determination of free chlorine and total chlorine – Part 3: Iodometric titration method for the determination of total chlorine. for assessment of their quality. Specifies the reference method for the determination of the total solids content of milk. Method for the determination of free chlorine and total chlorine in water readily applicable to field testing. Titrimetric method for the determination of free chlorine and total chlorine in water.120 Price code: 7 Pages: 13 BOS ISO 6731: 1989 Milk.060. silos or warehouses 1).060. ICS: 13.50 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS ISO 7393-2: 1985 Water quality – Determination of free chlorine and total chlorine – Part 2: Colorimetric method using N.60 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS ISO 7890-1: 1986 Water quality – Determination of nitrate – Part 1: 2.100. ICS: 13. bulk tankers. ICS: 67. by mechanical means.120 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS ISO 7393-1: 1985 Water quality – Determination of free chlorine and total chlorine – Part 1: Titrimetric method using N.

Warning – The use of this part of ISO 8968 IDF 20 may involve the use of hazardous materials. ICS: 67. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and healthy practices and determine the applicability of local regulatory limitations prior to use. whole or skimmed.50 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS ISO 7899-1: 1998 Water quality – Detection and enumeration of intestinal enterococci in surface and waste water – Part 1: Miniaturized method (Most Probable Number) by inoculation in liquid medium This part of ISO 7899 specifies a miniaturized method for the detection and enumeration of major intestinal enterococci in surface and waste waters. particularly those rich in suspended matter.060. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and healthy practices and determine the applicability of local regulatory limitations prior to use. ICS: 13. ICS: 67. This method is not suitable for drinking water and any other type of water for which the guideline count is less than 15 per 100ml.BOS ISO 7890-2: 1986 Water quality – Determination of nitrate – Part 2: 4 – fluorophenol spectrometric method after distillation Method for the determination of nitrate ion in water. by block digestion principle.060.100.50 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS ISO 7890-3: 1988 Water quality – Determination of nitrate – Part 3: Spectrometric method using sulfosalicylic acid. ICS: 13. and equipment.10 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS ISO 8968-2: 2001 Milk – Determination of nitrogen content – Part 2: Block digestion method (Macro method) This part of ISO 8968 IDF 20 specifies a method for the determination of the nitrogen content of liquid milk. ICS: 13. This standard does not purport to address all safety risks associated with its use. operations. This standard does not purport to address all safety risks associated with its use. operations. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and healthy practices and determine the applicability of local regulatory limitations prior to use. Warning – The use of this part of ISO 8968 IDF 20 may involve the use of hazardous materials.45 Price code: 10 Pages: 19 BOS ISO 8026: 1995 Agricultural irrigation equipment -. ICS: 65. by the Kjeldahl principle.060. Specifies the general requirements and test methods for irrigation sprayers. whole or skimmed.10 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS ISO 8968-4: 2001 Milk – Determination of nitrogen content – Part 4: Determination of non-protein nitrogen content This part of ISO 8968 IDF 20 specifies a method for the determination of the non-protein nitrogen content of liquid milk.35 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS ISO 8968-1: 2001 Milk – Determination of nitrogen .General requirements and test methods Cancels and replaces the first edition (1985). Applies to sprayers intended for assembly in pipeline networks for irrigation and for operation with irrigation water. and equipment.100. Specifies a method for the determination of nitrate ion in water. Warning – The use of this part of ISO 8968 IDF 20 may involve the use of hazardous materials.Sprayers -.Part 1: Kjeldahl method This part of ISO 8968 IDF 20 specifies a method for the determination of the nitrogen content of liquid milk. operations. This standard does not purport to address all safety risks associated with its use. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 71 . whole or skimmed.060. and equipment.

g. ICS: 67. ICS: 03.10 Price code: 18 Pages 46 BOS ISO 9004: 2000 Quality management systems: Guidelines for performance improvements Guidelines that consider both the effectiveness and efficiency of the quality management system. An alternative indirect method using calculations is also described. certification/ registration bodies)those internal or external to the organization who give advice or training on the quality management system appropriate to that organization developers of related standards. regardless of size. operations.100. whole or skimmed.10 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS ISO 8968-5: 2001 Milk – Determination of nitrogen content – Part 5: Determination of protein-nitrogen content This part of ISO 8968 IDF 20 specifies a method for the determination of the protein-nitrogen content of liquid milk. customers.10 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS ISO 9000: 2005 Quality management systems – Fundamentals and vocabulary This International Standard describes fundamentals of quality management systems.120. regulators)those internal or external to the organization who assess the quality management system or audit it for conformity with the requirements of ISO 9001 (e. and defines related terms. ICS: 03. ICS: 03. This standard does not purport to address all safety risks associated with its use. regulatory or contractual use. Warning – The use of this part of ISO 8968 IDF 20 may involve the use of hazardous materials.120. This standard is applicable to the following: a) organizations seeking advantage through the implementation of a quality management system b) organizations seeking confidence from their suppliers that their product requirements will be satisfied users of the products those concerned with a mutual understanding of the terminology used in quality management (e.100. This International Standard is not intended for certification. and equipment. regulators. It is applicable to any organization.10 Price code: 20 Pages 56 BOS ISO 9459-1: 1993 Solar heating – Domestic water heating systems – Part 1: performance rating procedure using indoor test methods A uniform indoor test method for rating solar domestic water heating systems for thermal performance under benchmark conditions. which form the subject of the ISO family.10 Price code: 13 Pages: 27 BOS ISO 9004: 2000 Managing for the sustained success of an organization – A quality management approach This International Standard provides guidance to organizations to support the achievement of sustained success by a quality management approach. ICS: 03.120. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and healthy practices and determine the applicability of local regulatory limitations prior to use.g. suppliers. auditor.ICS: 67.10 Price code: 14 Pages: 30 BOS ISO 9001: 2008 Quality management systems: Requirements Requirements for a quality management system where an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to provide products that fulfil customer and applicable regulatory requirements and aims to enhance customer satisfaction. type and activity.120. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 72 .

140. It is intended for the analysis of raw and drinking water. ICS: 13. 91.20 Price code: 13 Pages: 28 BOS ISO 9691: 1992 Rubber -.80 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS ISO 9806-1: 1994 Test methods for solar collectors – Part 1: Thermal performance of glazed liquid heating collectors including pressure drops This part of ISO 9806 establishes methods for determining the thermal performance of glazed liquid heating solar collectors.Recommendations for the workmanship of pipe joint rings –Description and classification of imperfections Classifies imperfections in surface and internal imperfections and specifies maximum acceptable limits.140.140.Determination of sodium and potassium Part 2: Determination of potassium by atomic absorption spectrometry This standard specifies a method for the determination of dissolved potassium by flame atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS).160. This range can be extended to lower or higher limits if dilution factors are chosen which are different from the factor specified in clause 8. ICS: 27.160. 91.160. 91.140. These tests are intended for use as part of the sequence of tests specified in ISO 9806-2.50 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS ISO 9964-2: 1993 Water quality . ICS: 27.060.040.160. The method is applicable to water samples with mass concentration of potassium in the range from 5mg/l to 50mg/l. ICS: 27. The method is applicable to water samples with mass concentration of sodium in the range from 5mg/l to 50mg/l.20 Price code: 18 Pages: 49 BOS ISO 9964-1: 1993 Water quality . ICS: 13060.50 Price code: 2 Pages: 4 BOS ISO 10002: 2004 Quality Management Guidelines for complaints handling in organizations – BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 Customer satisfaction – 73 . 91.20 Price code: 20 Pages: 60 BOS ISO 9806-2: 1995 Test method for solar collectors – Part 2: Qualification test procedures Test methods for determining the ability of a solar collector to resist the influences of degrading agents.ICS: 27.Determination of sodium and potassium Part 1: Determination of sodium by atomic absorption spectrometry This standard specifies a method for the determination of dissolved sodium by flame atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS). It is intended for the analysis of raw and drinking waters. ICS: 27. This range can be extended to lower or higher limits if dilution factors are chosen which are different from the factor specified in clause 8.160 Price code: 13 Pages: 28 BOS ISO 9459-2: 1995 Solar heating – Domestic water heating systems – Part 2: Outdoor test methods for system performance characterization and yearly performance prediction of solar-only systems Test procedures for characterizing the performance of solar domestic water heating systems operated without auxiliary boosting.20 Price code: 21 Pages: 61 BOS ISO 9459-3: 1997 Solar heating – Domestic water heating systems – Part 3: Performance test for solar plus supplementary systems Solar domestic water heating systems designed to heat potable water to be supplied solely for domestic water usage and is not intended to be applied to other systems. ICS: 23.

This International Standard specifies the types and classes of sealants used in building construction according to their applications and performance characteristics.Specification Lays down minimum specifications for durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.120. with or without additives and having an ash yield not exceeding 0. ICS: 67. by atomic absorption spectrometry with cold vapour generation. the 16 standard headings.100. The use of these guidelines will aid in establishing a documented system as required by the applicable quality management system standard.Part 1: Content and order of sections. maintenance and improvement. insects at all stages of their development. Defines specifically the general layout of the SDS.50 BOBS catalogue Price code: 4 Pages: 8 Updated: June 2014 74 .180. for example EMS and safety management systems. the items necessary to fill in an SDS and the conditions of their applicability or utilization.120.63 % (m/m).Guidance on the process of complaints handling related to products within an organization. including planning. Also gives methods for the determination of the level of impurities.Determination of impurities of animal origin The principle of the method described is hydrolysis of a test portion with a solution of hydrochloric acid at boiling point. ICS: 03. ICS: 71. and counting under reflected light.e. insect fragments. and durum wheat semolinas.060 Price code: 6 Pages: 12 BOS ISO 11212 – 2: 1997 Starch and derived products – Heavy metals content – Part 2: Determination of mercury content by atomic absorption spectrometry This part of ISO 11212 specifies a method for the determination of the mercury content of starch. ICS: 91. the numbering and the sequence of these 16 standard headings. microscopic examination. ICS: 67.10 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS ISO 11014-1: 1994 Safety data sheet for chemical products -.060 BOS ISO 11051: 1994 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 Durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf. Applies to wheat flours.20 Price code: 3 Pages: 6 BOS ISO 11600: 2002 Building construction -Jointing products -Classification and requirements for sealants. mites and their fragments. separation by filtration on a filter paper or membrane. and rodent hairs and their fragments).01 Price code: 4 Pages: 7 BOS ISO 11050: 1993 Wheat flour and durum wheat semolina -. including derivatives and by-products.) intended for human consumption and forming the subject of international trade. concentration of the insoluble particles at a water/hydrocarbon interface. This Report may be used to document management systems other than that of the ISO 9000 family. ICS: 03. of the impurities of animal origin (i.) -. a list of typical insect pests of stored cereals and an informative list of harmful and toxic seeds. Presents information for the compilation and completion of a safety data sheet. design operation. the proportion of non-wholly-vitreous grains.100. ICS: 67. tailored to the specific needs of the organization.10 Price code: 12 Pages: 23 BOS ISO/TR 10013: 2001 Guidelines for quality management system documentation This Technical Report provides guidelines for the development and maintenance of the documentation necessary to ensure an effective quality management system.

20 Price code: 19 Pages: 52 BOS ISO 11866-1: 2005 Milk and milk products – Enumeration of presumptive Escherichia coli – Part 1: Most probable number technique using 4methylumbelliferyl--D-glucuronide (MUG).30 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS ISO 11866-2: 2005 Milk and milk products – Enumeration of presumptive Escherichia coli – Part 2: Colony-count technique at 44 C using membranes This part of ISO 11866 ŀ IDF 170 specifies a method for the enumeration of presumptive Escherichia coli by means of a colony-count technique 44 C. Avoid any exposure by inhalation. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 75 . machinery for agriculture and forestry. This part of ISO 11866 ŀ IDF 170 specifies a combined method for the enumeration of presumptive Escherichia coli and of presumptive coliforms by means of the culture technique involving a liquid medium with MUG. ICS: 13.100. 01.060. characteristics and marking requirements for ceramic tiles of the best commercial quality.01. ICS: 65. Personal protection must be used in all cases where exposure to arsenic or arsenic compounds is possible.30 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS ISO 11969: 1996 Water quality – Determination of arsenic – Atomic absorption spectrometric method (hydride technique) This International Standard specifies a method for the determination of arsenic including organically bound arsenic in drinking waters. characteristics and marking Defines terms and establishes classifications.BOS ISO 11684: 1995 Tractors.Safety signs and hazard pictorials -. ICS: 07. Warning – Arsenic and arsenic compounds are toxic and are recognized as human carcinogens. ground waters and surface waters.100. Higher concentrations can be determined by using a suitable dilution of the water sample.50 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS ISO 12439: 2010 Mixing water for concrete This International Standard specifies the requirements for water that is suitable for making concrete in accordance with ISO 22965 (all parts) and describes methods for accessing its suitability. and calculation of the number of presumptive Escherichia coli per gram or per millilitre by the most probable number (MPN) technique after incubation at 30C.060. ICS: 91. and powered lawn and garden equipment as defined in ISO 3339-0 and ISO 5395. ICS: 07. describes the basic safety sign formats and colours.080. machinery for agriculture and forestry.General principles Establishes general principles for the design and application of safety signs and hazard pictorials permanently affixed to tractors. classification. Outlines safety sign objectives. powered lawn and garden equipment -.30 Price code: 7 Pages: 14 BOS ISO 13006: 1998 Ceramic tiles – Definitions.50 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS ISO 12020: 1997 Water quality – Determination of aluminium – Atomic absorption spectrometric methods Describes two atomic absorption spectrometric (AAS) methods for the determination of aluminium in water. and provides guidance on developing the various panels that together constitute a safety sign.100. in a concentration from 1g/l to 10g/l.060. ICS: 13.

ISO 6644 covers sampling of flowing grain ICS: 67.General requirements This International Standard specifies general requirements and recommendations for ergonomics. symbols and graphics.020.020. systems and supporting techniques Provides guidance on the development and implementation of environmental management systems and principles.50 Price code: 11 Pages: 23 BOS ISO 14024: 1999 Environmental labels and declarations – Type 1 environmental labelling – principles and procedures Principles and procedures for developing Type 1 environmental labelling programmes. NOTES: 1. ICS: 13.060 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS ISO 14001: 2004 Environmental management systems – Requirements with guidance for use This International Standard specifies requirements for an environmental management System. 3.50 Price code: 3 Pages: 5 BOS ISO 14021: 1999 Environmental labels and declarations – Self – declared environmental claims (Type 11 environmental labelling) Requirements for self – declared environmental claims. pulses and milled products – Sampling of static batches.020. and their co-ordination with other management systems. ageing.50 BOS ISO 14031: 1999 BOBS catalogue Price code: 6 Pages: 12 Environmental management – environmental Updated: June 2014 76 . 2. Sampling for hidden insect infestation is covered by ISO 6639-2.General guidelines on principles.040.100. and for assessing and demonstrating compliance. to enable an organization to develop and implement a policy and objectives which take into account legal requirements and other requirements to which the organization subscribes and information about significant environmental aspects. sizing and marking of protective clothing.020.10 Price Code: 16 Pages 39 BOS ISO 14020: 2000 Environmental labels and declarations – General principles Establishes guiding principles for the development and use of environmental labels and declaration. ICS: 13.10 Price code: 6 Pages: 11 BOS ISO 13690: 1999 Cereals.ICS: 91.25. ICS: 13.340. pulses and milled products from cereals and pulses (hereinafter called “grain”) in bulk or in bags but excluding pellets.10 Price code: 11 Pages 23 BOS ISO 14004: 2004 Environmental management systems . including statements. ICS 13. product environmental criteria and product function characteristics. Sampling of seed grain is covered by the rules established by the International Seed Testing Association. ICS: 13.020. This International Standard specifies general conditions relating to sampling for the assessment of the quality of cereals. 01. including the selection of products categories. ICS: 13. and for information supplied by the manufacturer. regarding products.91 Price code: 20 Pages: 56 BOS ISO 13688: 1998 Protective clothing -.

ICS: 13. This International Standard gives information on the possible interaction of the ISO 9000 series of standards and the hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) system of food safety requirements. sinks and reservoirs relevant to the project and baseline scenario. ICS: 13.020. monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emission reductions or removal enhancements This part of ISO 14064 specifies principles and requirements at the organization level for qualification and reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and removals. This International Standard can be used by medical laboratories in developing their quality management systems and assessing their own competence.40 Price code: 10 Pages: 20 BOS ISO 14064-2: 2006 Greenhouse gases .Part 3: Specification with guidance for the validation and verification of greenhouse gas assertions This part of ISO 14064 specifies principles and requirements and provides guidance for those conducting or managing the validation and/or verification of greenhouse gas (GHG) assertions.Part 1: Specification with guidance at the organization level for quantification. national or regional regulations or requirements may also apply to specific topics covered in this International Standard.40 Price code: 15 Pages: 34 BOS ISO 15161: 2001 Guidelines on the application of ISO 9001:2000 for the food and drink industry This International Standard gives guidance to organizations in applying the requirements of ISO 9001 during the development and implementation of a quality management system in the food and drink industry. 67. BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 77 .020. This International Standard is not intended for certification.120. It can also be used for confirming or recognizing the competence of medical laboratories by laboratory customers. quantifying. monitoring. documenting and reporting GHG project performance and managing data quality. including GHG quantification. monitoring and reporting of activities intended to cause greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions or removal enhancements. monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emission reductions or removal enhancements This part of ISO 14064 specifies principles and requirements and provides guidance at the project level for the quantification. ICS: 13. monitoring and reporting carried out in accordance with ISO 14064-1 or ISO 14064-2. regulatory or contractual use. It includes requirements for the design. ICS: 03. identifying and selecting GHG sources. reporting and verification of an organization’s GHG inventory. management.020. It includes requirements for planning a GHG project. It can be applied to organizational or GHG project qualification.Part 2: Specification with guidance at the project level for quantification.40 Price code: 13 Pages: 28 BOS ISO 14064-3: 2006 Greenhouse gases .10.Performance evaluation – guidelines Guidance on the design and use of environmental performance evaluation within an organization. regulating authorities and accreditation bodies. ICS: 13. NOTE International.020 Price code: 15 Pages: 35 BOS ISO 15189: 2012 Medical laboratories – Requirements for quality and competence This International Standard specifies requirements for quality and competence in medical laboratories.020.10 Price code: 14 Pages: 32 BOS ISO 14064-1: 2006 Greenhouse gases . development.

ICS: 03. managing an audit programme and conducting management system audits. including the principles of auditing.Records management .20. ICS: 03. The application of this International Standard to other types of audits is possible. auditor and audit teams.10 Price code: 18 Pages: 50 BOS ISO 15489-1: 2001 Information and documentation -.140.040. ICS: 01.120.20 Price code: 16 Pages: 39 BOS ISO 15874-1: 2003 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations – Polypropylene (PP) – Specification Part 1: General This part of EN ISO 15874 specifies the general aspects of polypropylene (PP) 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. ICS: 23. 91.140. including the person managing the audit programme. public or private. In some countries. provided that special consideration is given to the specific competence needed. under design pressures and temperatures according to the class of application.20 Price code: 10 Pages: 19 BOS ISO 15489-2: 2001 Information and documentation -.Records management . the management of records also applies to archives management.60 Price code: 4 Pages: 8 BOS ISO 15874-2: 2003 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations – Polypropylene (PP) – Specification Part 2: Pipes This part of EN ISO 15874 specifies the characteristics of pipes made from polypropylene (PP) 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) and for heating systems under operating pressures and temperatures appropriate to the class application (see Table 1 of EN ISO 15874-1: 2003) ICS: 23.Part 2: Guidelines This part of ISO/ TR 15489 is an implementation guide to ISO 15489-1 for use by records management professionals and those charged with managing records in their organizations. for internal and external clients. It provides one methodology that will facilitate the implementation of ISO 15489-1 in all organizations that have a need to manage their records.040.Part 1: General This part of ISO 15489 provides guidance on managing records of originating organizations.60 Price code: 8 Pages: 16 BOS ISO 19011: 2011 Guidelines for auditing management systems This International Standard provides guidance on auditing management systems.140. as well as guidance on the evaluation of competence of individuals involved in the audit process. ICS: 01.120.140. It is applicable to all organizations that need to conduct internal or external audits of management systems or manage an audit programme.20. 91. Archives management is not covered in this part of ISO 15489.10 Price code: 17 Pages: 44 BOS ISO 21003-1: 2008 Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings –Part 1: General – Specification This part of ISO 21003 specifies the general aspects of multilayer piping systems intended to be used for hot and cold water installations inside buildings for the conveyance of water – whether or not the water is intended for human consumption (domestic systems) or heating BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 78 . It gives an overview of the processes and factors to consider in organizations wishing to comply with ISO 15489-1.

initial inspection.140.140.20 BOBS catalogue Price code: 12 Pages 28 Updated: June 2014 79 . in-service inspection or surveillance.Specification This part of ISO 21003 specifies the general aspects of multilayer piping systems intended to be used for hot and cold water installations inside buildings for the conveyance of water – whether or not the water is intended for human consumption (domestic systems) or heating systems – under specified design pressures and temperatures appropriate to the class of application.45. (see Table 1 of ISO 21003-1: 2008) ICS: 23. ICS: 23.45.020 Price code: 14 Pages: 32 BOS ISO/IEC 17020: 2012 Conformity assessment – Requirements for the operation of various types of bodies performing inspection This International Standard contains requirements for the competence of bodies performing inspection and for the impartiality and consistency of their inspection activities.040. 91. ICS: 33.45.systems – under specified design pressures and temperatures appropriate to the class of application. including sampling ICS: 03. ICS: 23.60 Price code: 9 Pages: 18 BOS ISO 21003-3: 2008 Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings Part 3: Fittings . 91.120. type examination.120. and it applies to any stage of inspection.20 Price code: 9 Pages 18 BOS ISO/IEC 17025: 2005 General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories This standard specifies the general requirements for the competence to carry out tests and/or calibrations.60 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS ISO 22000: 2005 Food safety management systems – Requirements for any organization in the food chain This International Standard specifies requirements for a food safety management system where an organization in the food chain needs to demonstrate the ability to control food safety hazards in order to ensure that food is safe at the time of human consumption.040.60 Price code: 5 Pages: 9 BOS ISO 21003-5: 2008 Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings – Specification Part 5: Fitness for purpose of the system This part of ISO 21003 specifies the characteristics of fittings for multilayer piping systems intended to be used for hot and cold water installations inside buildings for the conveyance of water – whether or not the water is intended for human consumption (domestic systems) or for heating systems – under specified design pressures and temperatures appropriate to the class of application.140.040. 91. NOTE: The stages of inspection include design stage.Specification This part of ISO 21003 specifies the characteristics of fittings for multilayer piping systems intended to be used for hot and cold water installations inside buildings for the conveyance of water – whether or not the water is intended for human consumption (domestic systems) or for heating systems – under specified design pressures and temperatures appropriate to the class of application.60 Price code: 5 Pages: 10 BOS ISO 21003-2: 2008 Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings Part 2: Pipes . It applies to inspection bodies of type A. ICS: 23. as defined in this International Standard. 91.45. ICS: 67. B or C.140.040.

BOS ISO/IEC 17799: 2005
Information technology – Security techniques – Code of
practice for information security management
This International Standard establishes guidelines and general principles for initiating,
implementing, maintaining, and improving information security management in an organization.
The objectives outlined in this International Standard provide general guidance on the
commonly accepted goals of information security management.
ICS: 35.340

Price code: 25

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BOS IWA 2: 2003
Quality management systems - Guidelines for the
application of ISO 9001:2000 in education
International Workshop Agreement IWA 2:2003 provides guidelines for the application of ISO
9001:2000 in educational organizations providing educational products.
ICS: 03.120.10

BOBS catalogue

Price code: 23

Pages: 83

Updated: June 2014

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BOS OHSAS STANDARDS
BOS OHSAS 18001: 2007
Occupational health and safety management systems –
Requirements
This Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) Standard specifies the
requirements for an occupational health and safety (OH&S) management system, to enable an
organization to control its OH&S risks and improve its OH&S performance. It does not state
specific OH&S performance criteria, nor does it give detailed specifications for the design of a
management system.
ICS: 13.100

Price Code: 11

Pages: 22

BOS OHSAS 18002: 2008
Occupational health and safety management systems –
Guidelines for the implementation of OHSAS 18001: 2007
This Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) guidelines provides generic
advice on the application of OHSAS 18001: 2007. It explains the underlying principles of
OHSAS 18001 and describes the intent, typical inputs, processes and typical outputs, against
each requirement of OHSAS 18001. OHSAS 18002 does not create additional requirements to
those specified in OHSAS 18001 nor does it prescribe mandatory approaches to the
implementation of OHSAS 18001.
ICS: 13.100

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Price Code: 22

Pages: 78

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COMPULSORY STANDARDS
BOS 3 – 7: 2011
The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefied
petroleum gas in domestic, commercial and industrial installations - Part 7: Storage and
filling sites for refillable liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) containers of capacity not
exceeding 9kg and the storage of individual gas containers not exceeding 48kg – Code
of practice
This part of BOS 3 specifies the minimum requirements for the location and installation of and
operations at the storage and filling sites for refillable liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) containers
of capacity not exceeding 9kg and the storage of individual gas containers of capacity not
exceeding 48kg. It identifies safe methods of filling and storing refillable containers and makes
recommendations towards safe working procedures that cover all aspects of the storage and
filling of refillable containers.
This standard also covers the storage of non-refillable containers.
ICS: 23.020.30

Price code: 11

Pages 22

BOS 8 – 1: 2008
Poultry feeds – Part 1: Chicken feeds – Specification
This standard specifies the basic requirements for chicken (layers, broilers and breeders) feeds.
ICS: 65.120

Price code: 4

Pages: 7

BOS 9: 2000
Pre-packaged goods for the ultimate consumer:
Labelling, presentation and advertising: General requirements
Information regarding pre-packaged goods. It sets rules of a general nature applicable to all
pre-packaged goods put on the market.
ICS: 55.020
BOS 25: 2008
Requirements for cattle feeds
ICS: 65.120

Price code: 3

Pages: 6

Animal feeding stuff – Cattle feeds

Price code: 4

Pages: 8

BOS 26: 2009
Cereals – Sorghum grains for human consumption
Sorghum grains as defined for direct human consumption, i.e. ready for its intended use as
human food, presented in packaged form or sold loose from the package directly to the
consumer.
ICS: 67.060

Price code: 3

Pages: 5

BOS 32: 2009 2nd ed.
Water quality: Drinking water
Three classes of water, defined in terms of physical, organoleptic, chemical and microbiological
constituents that are suitable as drinking water.
ICS: 13.060.20

Price code: 4

Pages: 7

BOS 40-1: 2001
Textiles – Inspection and acceptance criteria for used
clothing
Prescribes a code of practice for the inspection and acceptance criteria for used garments of
all types, sizes and fibre composition.
ICS: 59.080.01; 61.020

Price code: 4

Pages: 8

BOS 186: 2006
Plastic carrier bags and flat bags – Specification
This standard specifies requirements for carrier bags and flat bags that are made from thermoplastic materials for use within the Republic of Botswana. This standard covers the following;
domestically produced and imported plastic carrier bags, flat bags, printing requirements and

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household plastic bags or primary packaging such as barrier bags. bread bags.100.01 Price code: 2 Pages: 3 BOS EN 197-1: 2000 Cement Part 1 Composition. NOTE 1 In addition to the specified requirements. refuse bags. bin liners. ICS: 83. an exchange of additional information between the cement manufacturer and user may be helpful. EN 197-1 also states the conformity criteria and the related rules. physical and chemical requirements of the 27 products and strength classes.10 BOBS catalogue Price code: 13 Pages: 29 Updated: June 2014 83 . NOTE 2 The word “cement” in EN 197-1 is used to refer only to common cements unless otherwise specified. The procedures for such an exchange are not within the scope of EN 197-1 but should be dealt with in accordance with national standards or regulations or may be agreed between the parties concerned. The definition also includes requirements the constituents have to meet and the mechanical. Necessary durability requirements are also given.the thickness of these bags. This standard does not cover the following. ICS: 91.140. The definition of each cement includes the proportions in which the constituents are to be combined to produce these distinct products in a range of six strength classes. specification and conformity criteria for common cement EN 197-1 defines and gives the specifications of 27 distinct common cement products and their constituents.

Sealants – Vocabulary 3 p. Company organization and management.040.LIST OF STANDARDS CLASSIFIED BY SUBJECT 01. (16) Information and documentation -. 1 11 p (6) TC BCD 2 BOS ISO 6927: 1981 ed.10 Public information symbols BOS 6-1: 1999 ed.General principles 01. safety (vocabularies 01. Transport (Vocabularies) 01. powered lawn and garden equipment -. 2 ed. (16) Symbolic safety signs – Part 1: Standard signs and general requirements 01. (20) TC BCD 2 01.140 Information sciences. 1 39 p. Health protection.Records management -.040.040 Vocabularies 01.140.Part 1: General BOS ISO 15489-2: 2001 ed. characteristics and marking 56 p.080.040.Records management -.080 Graphical symbols 01. Publishing 01.Jointing products -.30 Graphical symbols for use on mechanical engineering & construction drawings.13 Environment. plans. (10) Information and documentation -.080. Services. machinery for agriculture and forestry.20 TC LPG Graphical symbols for use on specific equipment BOS ISO 11684: 1995 ed.91 ed. Administration. (19) TC LPG Tractors.65 Agriculture (Vocabularies) BOS ISO 5681: 1992 Equipment for crop protection – Vocabulary 01.20 Information Sciences BOS ISO 15489-1: 2001 ed.83 16 p (8) TCMED7 Rubber and plastics industries (Vocabularies) BOS 171: 2006 Adhesives for tiles – Specification 01. 1 19 p.040.03 Sociology. 1 39 p.Safety signs and hazard pictorials -.040. diagrams. classification. maps & in relevant technical product documentation No current standards 01.080.Part 2: General BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 84 . 1 52 p. 1 Building construction -. 1 11 p (6) TC BCD 2 Construction materials and Building (Vocabularies) BOS 171: 2006 Adhesives for tiles – Specification ed. (2) TC BCD 2 BOS ISO 13006: 1998 ed. 1 Ceramic tiles – Definitions.

(12) TC GPD2 Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 1: Fully serviced hotels .120. 1 35 p. ed.100.120 03. 3 21 p.30 Management of human resources BOS ISO 10019: 2005 ed. ed. (7) Guidelines for the selection of quality management system consultants and use of their services. 2 56 p.080. 3 BOS ISO 10002: 2004 ed. 3 25 p. (13) TC GPD2 Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 6: Self-catering establishments. 3 21 p. (11) TC GPD2 Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 4: Bed and Breakfast – Specification BOS 50-5: 2014 3rd ed. ed.100 Company organization and management 03. 1 23 p. (13) TC GPD 1 BOS ISO 9004: 2000 ed. (17) TC GPD 1 Updated: June 2014 85 .03. ed. ed.100. 2 Medical laboratories – Requirements for quality and competence 50 p. (12) TC GPD 1 Quality Management – Customer satisfaction – Guidelines for complaints handling in organizations BOS ISO 15189: 2012 ed.30 Services for consumers BOS 50-1: 2014 3rd ed. 1 26 p. (18) BOS ISO/TR 10013: 2001 Guidelines for quality management system documentation ed. 1 14 p. 03. (14) TC GPD 1 BOS ISO 9001: 2008 Quality management systems – Requirements 27 p. 03. (12) TC GPD 1 TC GPD 1 BOS ISO 15161: 2001 ed. 3 24 p. (12) TC GPD2 Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 2: Selected serviced hotels Specification BOS 50-3: 2014 3rd ed. 1 13 p.Guidelines for performance improvements TC GPD 1 ed.Specification BOS 50-6: 2014 3rd ed.10 Quality Quality management and quality assurance BOS ISO 9000: 2005 ed. 2 44 p. (11) TC GPD2 Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 5: Guesthouses . (15) Guidelines on the application of ISO 9001:2000 for the food and drink industry BOS ISO 19011: 2011 Guidelines for auditing management systems BOBS catalogue ed. 3 28 p.Specification BOS 50-2: 2014 3rd ed. 2 Quality management systems – Fundamentals and vocabulary 30 p. (20) Quality management systems . (7) BOS ISO/TR 10017: 2003 Guidance on statistical techniques for ISO 9001:2000 ed. ed. (12) TC GPD2 Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 3: Game lodges and tented camps Specification BOS 50-4: 2014 3rd ed. 3 26 p.01 Company organization and management in general 03.

(3) Milk and milk products -.30 Food microbiology BOS ISO 6579: 1993 ed. Conformity assessment BOS ISO/IEC 17020: 2012 ed.20 Microbiology of water BOS ISO 6222: 1999 ed.20 Product and company certification.03.060 ed 1 26 p. TC EMD 2 BOS ISO 11866-1: 2005 ed.100 Laboratory medicine No current standards BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 86 . (6) TC EMD 2 Milk and milk products – Enumeration of presumptive Escherichia coli – Part 2: Most probable number technique using 4-methylumbelliferyl--D-glucuronide (MUG). 1 5 p.120. 1 16 p. 2 23 p. 1 26 p. (4) TC EMD 2 Milk and milk products – Enumeration of presumptive Escherichia coli – Part 2: Colony-count technique at 44 C using membranes 11 Health Care Technology 11. 1 8 p. (8) Water quality – General guide to the enumeration of micro – organisms by culture.100.Enumeration of colony-forming units of micro-organisms -. 2 4 p. (12) TC GPD 1 Geology. 4 27 p. (11) TC AFD 4 BOS ISO 8199: 1988 ed. (12) General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories 03. 1 18p. 1 21 p.120. (9) TC GPD 1 Conformity assessment – Requirements for the operation of various types of bodies performing inspection BOS ISO/IEC 17025: 2005 ed. BOS ISO 11866-2: 2005 ed. Geography No current standards 07. (2) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Enumeration of culturable micro-organisms – Colony count by inoculation in a nutrient agar culture medium 07. 1 15 p. ed.30 Application of statistical methods BOS ISO 2859-1: 1999 ed.100. 1 11 p. (24) Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes – Part 1: Sampling schemes indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot – by – lot inspection BOS ISO 2859-2: 1985 ed.Colony-count technique at 30 degrees C BOS ISO 6785: 2001 Milk and milk products – Detection of salmonella spp. (11) Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes – Part 2: Sampling plans indexed by limiting quality (LQ) for isolated lot inspection BOS ISO 2859-3: 1991 ed. 2 87 p. (8) Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes – Part 3: Skip – lot sampling procedures BOS ISO/TR 10017: 2003 Guidance on statistical techniques for ISO 9001:2000 07. (13) Microbiology – General guidance on methods for the detection of salmonella TC EMD 2 BOS ISO 6610: 1992 ed. Geodesy.

(10) TC EMD 1 Greenhouse gases .020. (12) Building construction – Needs of disabled people I buildings – Design guidelines 11. 1 34 p. 1 24 p. pollution control and conservation BOS ISO 14064-1: 2006 ed.200 TC BCD3 Birth control.11. 2 Environmental labels and declarations – General principles 5 p.Part 1: Specification with guidance at the organization level for quantification.General guidelines on principles.Part 2: Specification with guidance at the project level for quantification.10 Environmental management BOS 498: 2012 Ambient air quality – Limits for common pollutants ed.Particular requirements for quality and competence 11.01 Aids for disabled & handicapped persons in general BOS ISO/TR 9527: 1994 ed. 1 28 p. (16) Medical laboratories -. (14) Environmental management – environmental Performance evaluation – guidelines TC EMD 1 BOS ISO 14040: 1997 ed. 1 12 p. 2 39 p.40 Pollution.Part 3: Specification with guidance for the validation and verification of greenhouse gas assertions 13. (3) TC EMD 1 BOS ISO 14021: 1999 ed. 1 Natural latex rubber condoms – Requirements and test methods 13.50 Ecolabelling BOS ISO 14020: 2000 ed. 1 24 p. (16) TC EMD 1 Environmental management systems . (11) TC EMD 1 Environmental labels and declarations – Self – declared environmental claims (Type 11 environmental labelling) BOS ISO 14024: 1999 BOBS catalogue ed. 1 23 p. (11) Environmental management systems – Requirements with guidance for use TC EMD 1 BOS ISO 14004: 2004 ed. (15) TC EMD 1 Greenhouse gases .100. Mechanical contraceptives BOS ISO 4074: 2002 ed.020. (12) TC EMD 1 BOS ISO 14001: 2004 ed.01 Laboratory medicine in general BOS ISO 15189: 2007 ed. 1 40 p. (13) TC EMD 1 Greenhouse gases . (6) Environmental management – Life cycle assessment – Principles and assessment TC EMD 1 13.180. (6) TC EMD 1 Updated: June 2014 87 .140 TC GPD 1 Hospital Equipment No current standards 11. (18) TC CD6 Environmental protection 13.020.020 46 p. systems and supporting techniques BOS ISO 14031: 1999 ed. 1 12 p. 2 23 p. monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emission reductions or removal enhancements BOS ISO 14064-2: 2006 ed. 1 32 p. 1 20 p. monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emission reductions or removal enhancements BOS ISO 14064-3: 2006 ed.

50 Transport exhaust emissions BOS 134: 2005 ed. (1) The measurement of motor vehicle exhaust emissions – Code of practice 13.060.020. (4) TC EMD 2 BOS 143: 2011 3rd ed. 1 9 p. TC EMD 2 13. 1 2 p. (5) TC EMD2 13.060. 1 7p.Drinking water ed.Specification 9 p.1 14p. (10) Water quality – Sampling . 3 Bottled water other than natural mineral water – Specification 9 p.060.60 Product life-cycles BOS ISO 14040: 1997 ed.060 TC MED 5 Water quality BOS 260-2: 2008 ed. 1 8 p.Part 11: Guidance on sampling of groundwaters. (5) Water quality – Sampling . Water quality .01 Water quality in general No current standards 13.Part 5: Guidance on sampling of drinking water and water used for food and beverage processing BOS ISO 5667 – 6: 1990 ed. (7) TC EMD2 BOS 463: 2011 Water quality for irrigation – Specification ed.30 ed. 1 22 p.Part 6: Guidance on sampling of rivers and streams.040. (5) Water quality – Sampling – Part 10: Guidance on sampling of waste waters TC EMD2 BOS 306: 2008 Bottled water – Code of hygiene practice ed. (6) Environmental management – Life cycle assessment – Principles and assessment TC EMD 1 BOS ISO 14041: 1998 ed.10 Water of natural resources BOS ISO 5667 – 5: 1991 ed.1 9p. (4) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Sampling . 1 5 p.1 10p.20 Drinking water BOS 32: 2009 2nd ed. (5) TC EMD 2 BOS 262: 2011 Bottled natural water . 2 Sewage water No current standards BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 88 . TC EMD 2 BOS ISO 5667 – 11: 1993 ed.Environmental labels and declarations – Type 1 environmental labelling – principles and procedures 13. (9) TC BCD 5 Fibre cement pipes for drains and sewers Part 2: Manholes and inspection chambers – Specification 13. 1 12 p. (11) TC EMD 1 Environmental management – Life cycle assessment – Goal and scope inventory analysis 13. 1 17 p.060. (5) TC EMD 2 BOS ISO 5667–10: 1992 ed. ed.

(5) TC EMD 2 Updated: June 2014 89 . 1 4 p.Part 6: Guidance on sampling of rivers and streams. 2 31 p. ed.1 3 p.Part 4: Guidance on sampling from lakes. 1 5 p. ed. (9) TC EMD 2 Water quality–Sampling . 1 8p. 3 p. (3) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of total mercury by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry. 3 31 p. (8) TC BCD 5 BOS 83: 2004 Flexible polyvinyl chloride garden hose . (12) TC BCD5 Glass-fibre-reinforced thermosetting plastic (GRP) pipes – Specification Part 1: Pipes for water supply. 2 10 p. 1 16 p.13.1 Water quality – Determination of manganese by persulphate method. TC EMD 2 BOS ISO 5667–11: 2009 ed. (3) Waste water – Physical. 1 24 p.060. (2) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Sampling . (14) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Sampling – Part 1: Guidance on the preservation and handling of water samples BOS ISO 5667 – 4: 1987 ed. 1 9 p. 2 16 p.50 Examination of water for chemical substances BOS 38: 2001 Water quality – Determination of colour ed. (5) TC BCD5 BOS 94: 2004 ed. (12) Water quality–Sampling . (14) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Sampling – Part 1: Guidance on the design of sampling programmes and sampling techniques BOS ISO 5667–3: 2003 ed. TC EMD 2 ed. (3) BOS ISO 5666-3:1984 ed.45 Examination of water in general BOS 93: 2012 2nd ed. 2 19 p.Specification. 2 17 p. 1 5 p. microbiological and chemical requirements . sewerage and drainage BOS 123: 2005 ed. natural and man – made lakes.Specification. (2) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Detection and enumeration of the spores of sulphide reducing anaerobes (clostridia) – Part 2: Method by membrane filtration BOS ISO 7899-1: 1998 ed.Specification TC EMD2 BOS 365: 2010 Drinking water for livestock and poultry – Specification TC EMD 2 ed. BOS ISO 5667–5: 2006 ed. ed.Part 3: Method after digestion with bromine. 1 6 p. (10 TC EMD 2 Water quality – Detection and enumeration of intestinal enterococci in surface and waste water – Part 1: Miniaturized method (Most Probable Number) by inoculation in liquid medium 13. 1 3 p.060. BOS ISO 5961: 1994 BOBS catalogue ed. (2) Water quality – Determination of manganese by atomic absorption spectrometry TC EMD 2 BOS ISO 5666: 1984 Water quality – Determination of mercury.Part 4: Guidance on sampling of drinking water from treatment work and piped distribution systems BOS ISO 5667–6: 2005 ed.Part 11: Guidance on sampling of groundwaters TC EMD 2 BOS ISO 6461-2: 1986 ed. (3) TC EMD 2 BOS 82: 2004 Polypropylene pressure pipes . (8) Water quality–Sampling . (4) BOS ISO 5667–1: 2006 ed. 1 26 p. (2) TC EMD 2 BOS 124: 2005 ed.2 6p.

Ndiethyl-1. 1 5 p. (2) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of nitrate – Part 2: 4 – Fluorophenol spectrometric method after distillation BOS ISO 7890-3: 1988 ed. (4) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of arsenic – Atomic absorption spectrometric method (hydride technique) 13.Water quality – Determination of cadmium by atomic absorption spectrometry. BOS ISO 7890-1: 1986 ed.60 Examination of physical properties of water BOS 125:2005 Water quality .Determination of dissolved solids BOBS catalogue ed. (2) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of nitrate – Part 3: Spectrometric method using sulfosalicylic acid.6 – Dimethylphenol spectrometric method BOS ISO 7890-2: 1986 ed. BOS ISO 7393-2: 1985 ed. 1 4 p. (2) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of the sum of calcium and magnesium – EDTA titrimetric method BOS ISO 6222: 1999 ed. 1 4 p. (4) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of free chlorine and total chlorine – Part 3: Iodometric titration method for the determination of total chlorine. 1 8 p. 1 3 p. 1 6 p. 1 4 p.4-phenylenediamine. 1 5 p. for routine control purposes. (3) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of potassium and sodium – Part 3: Determination of sodium and potassium by flame emission spectrometry BOS ISO 9965: 1993 ed. 1 8 p. (3) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of selenium – Atomic absorption spectrometric method (hydride technique) BOS ISO 10359-1: 1992 ed. (4) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of free chlorine and total chlorine – Part 2: Colorimetric method using N. (2) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of potassium and sodium – Part 1: Determination of sodium by atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) BOS ISO 9964-2: 1993 ed. (5) Water quality – Determination of aluminium – Atomic absorption spectrometric methods TC EMD 2 BOS ISO 9297: 1989 ed. BOS ISO 7393-3: 1990 ed. 1 8 p. (1) TC EMD 2 Updated: June 2014 90 . (2) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of potassium and sodium – Part 2: Determination of and potassium by atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) BOS ISO 9964-3: 1993 ed. 1 3 p. 1 10 p. (2) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of chloride – Silver nitrate titration with chromate indicator (Mohr’s method) BOS ISO 9964-1: 1993 ed. (2) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Enumeration of culturable micro-organisms – Colony count by inoculation in a nutrient agar culture medium BOS ISO 7393-1: 1985 ed.4-phenylenediamine. (4) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of free chlorine and total chlorine – Part 1: Titrimetric method using N. (3) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of fluoride – Part 1: Electrochemical probe method for potable and highly polluted water BOS ISO 11969: 1996 ed. BOS ISO 6058: 1984 ed. 2 7 p. TC EMD 2 BOS ISO 6059: 1984 ed.060.Ndiethyl-1. 1 4 p. (3) TC EMD 2 Water quality – Determination of nitrate – Part 1: 2. 1 4 p. 1 5 p. 1 4 p. BOS ISO 12020: 1997 ed. (2) Water quality – Determination of calcium content – EDTA titrimetric method. 1 2 p.

1 34 p. 5 17p. 1 The reconditioning of fire fighting equipment – Part 2: Fire hose reels. (9) Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-3: Particulars requirements for electric irons. hobs. BOS 65-2: 2003 ed.220.100 ed. 1 44 p. (11) TC MED 6 The reconditioning of fire – fighting equipment Part 1: Portable rechargeable fire extinguishers. 1 7 p. (22) TC CD 4 Occupational health and safety management systems – Guidelines for the implementation of OHSAS 18001: 2007 13. 1 6 p. Industrial hygiene BOS 6-1: 1999 ed. (12) Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-7: Particulars requirements for washing machines. (7) TC MED 6 BOS 65-1: 2003 ed. BOS IEC 60335-2-7: 2002 ed. (3) TC EMD 2 Occupational safety. connectors. 13. 1 13 p. (14) BOS 62: 2002 ed. and branch pipe and nozzle connections 13.BOS ISO 7888: 1985 Water quality – Determination of electrical conductivity. (17) Fire fighting – Portable fire extinguishers – Performance and construction TC MED 6 BOS 304: 2009 TC MED 6 ed. 4 140p. 1 20 p. safety and environmental guidelines for the construction and operation of timber treatment plants – Code of practice BOS OHSAS 18001: 2007 ed. 1 78 p.120 Domestic safety BOS IEC 60335-1: 2004 ed. 1 51 p. 1 39 p. (10) Fire fighting equipment – Components of underground and above ground hydrant systems BOS 305: 2009 ed.Specification ed.10 Fire-fighting BOS 5: 2009 2nd ed. (15) TC BCD 7 Health. 1 19 p. (16) Symbolic safety signs – Part 1: Standard signs and general requirements TC MED 1 BOS 61: 2002 Occupational health and safety management systems TC CD 4 ed. 1 23 p. (19) TC CD 4 Occupational health and safety management systems – Guidelines for the implementation of BOS 61:2002 BOS 231: 2006 ed. 13. (10) TC MED 6 Fire fighting equipment – Hose couplings.20 Protection against fire BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 91 . 6 24p. (5) TC MED 6 BOS 252: 2007 ed. Fire hose reels (with semi-rigid hose) .220. 5 37p. (25) Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 1: General requirements BOS IEC 60335-2-3: 2002 ed. (11) Occupational health and safety management systems – Requirements TC CD 4 BOS OHSAS 18002: 2008 ed. 9 p. (16) Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-6: Particulars requirements for stationary cooking ranges. 1 22 p. BOS IEC 60335-2-6: 2002 ed. ovens and similar appliances.

BOS 394: 2010 Fire-resistant record protection equipment – Specification ed. 1 7 p. 1 8 p.99 TC CD 4 Other protective equipment No current standards 17 Metrology and measurement. 1 8 p.01 Acoustic measurements and noise abatement in general BOS 575: 2013 Maximum permissible limits for environmental noise 17. physical phenomena 17.40 Protective clothing Head protective equipment Hand and arm protection BOS 245: 2008 Chemical resistant gloves – Specification 13. 1 8 p. 1 11 p.Specification ed.340. 1 23 p. (4) TC MED 4 BOS 396: 2010 Fire resisting door units for record rooms – Specification ed. vault doors and fire resistant equipment – Code of practice BOS 393: 2010 Strong room and vault doors. (4) ed. (7) TC CD 4 BOS 455: 2010 Boiler suits and workwear suits – Specification ed. (4) BOS ISO 4849: 1981 Personal eye-protectors – Specifications ed. repair and reconditioning of safes.340.General requirements ed. (4) TC MED 4 BOS 397: 2010 Fire doors and fire shutters – Specification ed. strong room doors.30 ed.310 Protection against crime BOS 334: 2010 ed.10 13. 1 12 p. (4) TC MED 1 Noise emitted by means of transport BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 92 . (12) TC MED 4 13. unlined) – Specification ed.140. 1 13 p. 1 12p (6) TC MED 4 BOS 395-2: 2010 ed. 1 5p (3) Storage of firearms and ammunition Part 2: Strongrooms – Specification TC MED 4 BOS 404: 2010 The construction of strongrooms – Code of practice ed. 1 5p (3) TC MED 4 Servicing.340. 1 4p (2) TC MED 4 BOS 317: 2009 Coats and jackets (protective. (11) TC CD 4 BOS ISO 13688: 1998 Protective clothing -.340.20 13. 1 24 p. (6) BOS ISO 3873: 1977 Industrial safety helmets ed.140. 1 7 p. (6) 13.

020.01 Bearings in general No current standards 23.20 TC BCD 5 TC BCD 5 Vessels and containers mounted on vehicles No current standards 23. (2) The measurement of noise emitted by road vehicles when stationary – Code of practice TC MED 5 BOS 122: 2005 ed.30 Pressure vessels.100 Bearings No current standards 21.120 Particle size analysis. gas cylinders BOS 3-1: 2002 49p (18) TC MED 2 The handling. storage & distribution of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic.020.50 Electroacoustics BOS IEC 60118-7: 1983 ed.Part 4: Transportation of LPG in bulk by road – Code of practice BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 93 . (7) Stationary containers & tanks BOS 177: 2006 24p (12) Glass-fibre reinforced plastics sectional tanks for cold water storage – Specification 23.Specification 23.10 14p.50 Pins. 1 Rotational moulded polyethylene water storage tanks . 1 4 p. Sieving No current standards 21 Mechanical systems and components for general use 21.020 Fluid storage devices 23.01 Fluid storage devices in general BOS 108: 2005 ed. 1 13p. 1 18 p.BOS 121: 2005 ed. reference sound levels and permissible sound levels of stationary vehicles – Code of practice 17.060.020. commercial & industrial installations – Part 1: Liquefied petroleum gas installations involving gas storage containers of individual water capacity not exceeding 500 l & a combined water capacity not exceeding 3000 l per installation BOS 3-4: 2005 13p (7) TC MED 2 The handling. nails No current standards 21. commercial & industrial installations. (9) TC MED 5 Engine speed (S values). storage & distribution of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic.020. (7) Hearing aids – Part 7: Measurement of the performance characteristics of hearing aids for quality inspection for delivery purposes 19.100.140.

1 35 p. fittings. BOS 80: 2004 ed.040.040 Pipeline components and pipelines 23. 1 18 p. 1 34 p. 1 14 p.20 Plastics pipes BOS 78: 2004 ed. 1 26 p.Part 7: Storage and filling sites for refillable liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) containers of capacity not exceeding 48kg BOS 118: 2005 ed. (4) TC BCD 5 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations – Polypropylene (PP) – Specification Part 1: General BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 94 . and joint assemblies for the conveyance of hazardous chemical substances in industrial applications – Specification.Nominal outside diameters and nominal pressures . commercial and industrial institutions . BOS 94-3: 2008 ed. (15) TC BCD 5 Unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U) sewer and drainpipes and pipe fittings – Specification. (9) TC BCD 5 Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 2: Pipes – Specification BOS ISO 4427-3: 2007 ed. BOS ISO 161-1: 1996 ed. storage and distribution of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic. 1 8 p. (12) TC BCD 5 Glass fibre-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes Part 3: Pipes. (9) 23. and ancillaries for underground (buried) fire protection services – Specification.Part 1: Metric series BOS ISO 4427-1: 2007 ed. (15) TC BCD 5 Unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U) soil. BOS 94-2: 2008 ed. 1 31 p. (14) TC BCD 5 Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 3: Fittings BOS ISO 4427-5: 2007 ed. 1 17 p. (2) TC BCD 5 Thermoplastics pipes for the conveyance of fluids -. commercial and industrial installations – Part 3: Liquified petroleum gas (LPG) installations involving storage vessels of individual water capacity exceeding 500 l – Specification BOS 3 – 7: 2012 The handling. (4) TC BCD 5 Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 5: Fitness for purpose of the system – Specification BOS ISO 15874-1: 2003 ed. (7) TC BCD 5 Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 1: General BOS ISO 4427-2: 2007 ed.10 Iron and steel pipes No current standards 23. 1 7 p.BOS 3-3: 2011 36p (16) TC MED 2 The handling. 1 59 p.040.040.01 Pipeline components & pipelines in general No current standards 23.Specification. 3 4 p. waste and vent pipes and Pipe fittings . storage and distribution and maintenance of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic. fittings. (9) Single stage low pressure regulators for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) – Specification TC MED 5 BOS ISO 4706: 1989 Refillable welded steel gas cylinders TC MED 2 ed. 1 17 p. (20) TC BCD 5 Glass fibre-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes Part 2: Pipes.

1 Building construction -. (5) TC BCD5 Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings – Specification Part 5: Fitness for purpose of the system 23. 1 18 p. (10) TC MED 6 Fire fighting equipment – Hose couplings.040. 2 17 p. (9) TC BCD 4 23. (8) TC BCD 4 BOS 75: 2011 2nd ed. 1 Fire fighting equipment – Components of underground and above ground hydrant systems 23.40 Metal fittings BOS 1: 1998 Water taps (metallic) 23.Specification ed.060. couplings and joints BOS 305: 2009 ed.Specification BOS ISO 21003-5: 2008 ed.040. (5) TC BCD5 Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings –Part 1: General – Specification BOS ISO 21003-2: 2008 ed.60 Flanges. Fans.45 ed. (10) TC MED 6 Other valves BOS 304: 2009 ed.50 Pipes and fittings of other materials BOS 73: 2011 Concrete non-pressure pipes – Specification ed. (5) TC BCD5 Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings Part 3: Fittings . and branch pipe and nozzle connections 23.120 Ventilators. 1 9 p. 2 15 p. brazing and soldering BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 95 .80 Seals for pipe and hose assemblies BOS ISO 6927: 1981 ed. (8) TC BCD 5 Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations – Polypropylene (PP) – Specification Part 2: Pipes 23. Reinforced concrete pressure pipes .Jointing products -.040. (6) TC BCD 2 19 p.080 Pumps No current standards 23.70 Hoses and hose assemblies 23. 1 9 p.040.040. (5) TC MED1 Plastic fittings BOS ISO 21003-1: 2008 ed. (9) TC BCD5 Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings Part 2: Pipes – Specification BOS ISO 21003-3: 2008 ed. connectors.040.160 Welding. 1 20 p. 1 10 p. Air-conditioners No current standards 25. 1 10 p.BOS ISO 15874-2: 2003 ed.99 12 p.Sealants – Vocabulary 23. 1 16 p.

060. (13) TC EED 1 Solar heating – Domestic water heating systems – Part 1: Performance rating procedure using indoor test methods BOS ISO 9459-2: 1995 ed. 1 28 p. (3) Solar photovoltaic energy system components – Part 2: Charge controller TC EED 1 BOS 71: 2004 ed.40 Metallic coatings No current standards 25. 1 8 p.220.20 Welding consumables 25. (11) Code of Practice for photovoltaic energy systems design and installation TC EED 1 BOS 13-1: 2000 ed. (13) TC EED 1 Solar heating – Domestic water heating systems – Part 3: Performance test for solar plus supplementary systems BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 96 . 2 23 p. (8) TC MED 3 Gas fuel burners No current standards 27. (21) TC EED 1 Solar heating – Domestic water heating systems – Part 2: Outdoor test methods for system performance characterization and yearly performance prediction of solar-only systems BOS ISO 9459-3: 1997 ed.160.10 Surface treatment No current standards 25. 2 8 p.160 Solar Energy Engineering BOS 2 . (4) TC EED 1 Solar photovoltaic energy systems components – Part 1: Integrated charge controller-inverter. ed. 1 8 p. BOS 68-2: 2005 ed.10 Liquid and solid fuel burners BOS 55: 2002 Coal burning appliances 27. 1 61 p. (4) TC EED 4 Industrial solar heating systems for hot water – On site test method – thermal performance BOS ISO 9459-1: 1993 ed. 2 6 p.20 ed.Specification. 1 28 p.1: 2005 2nd ed. 1 7 p. (4) Domestic solar heating system for hot water .060. (10) TC EED 1 Solar heating systems for hot water – Part 1: Direct and indirect systems – Code of practice BOS 13-2: 2000 ed.220.60 Organic coatings No current standards 27.220. (4) TC EED 1 Solar heating systems for hot water – Part 2: Integral collector-tank system – Code of practice BOS 54: 2002 ed. 1 20 p. (3) TC EED 1 Domestic solar heating systems for hot water – On site test method – Thermal performance BOS 68-1: 2005 ed. 1 15 p. TC EED 4 BOS 151: 2005 ed. 1 6 p.25.Collector .

1 60 p. (6) Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V – Part 2: Test methods.Secondary lights ed. (18) BOS IEC 61194: 1992 ed.060.200 Refrigeration technology No current standards 29. 1 Light for motor vehicles – Part 1: Incandescent lamps – Specification 37p. 1 Test method for solar collectors – Part 2: Qualification test procedures 49 p. (19) TC EED 2 13 A plugs.BOS ISO 9806-1: 1994 ed. adaptors and connection units – Part 1: Rewirable & non-rewirable 13 A fused plugs BOS 41-2: 2001 ed. 2 19p. (16) TC EED 2 13 A plugs. 1 46p. 13p. (16) TC MED 5 BOS 303-2: 2008 Lights for motor vehicles . BOS 41-3: 2001 ed. 27. socket – outlets. couplers BOS 41-1: 2001 ed. (22) TC EED 2 13 A plugs.Part 3 . (18) Crystalline silicon terrestrial photovoltaic (PV) modules – Design qualification and type approval.20 Cables BOS IEC 60227-1: 1998 ed.140.20 Incandescent lamps BOS 303-1: 2008 ed. 1 Characteristic parameters of stand-alone photovoltaic systems. 1 40p. 1 70p. 1 49p.120. 29. socket – outlets. adaptors and connection units – Part 4: Switched and unswitched 13 A fused connection units – Specification.Headlights ed. 1 55p. adaptors and connection units – Part 2: switched and unswitched socket – outlets. adaptors and connection units – Part 3: Adaptors. socket – outlets. (11) TC MED 5 29.120 Electrical accessories 29.10 Conduits for electrical purposes 29. BOS IEC 60227-3: 1997 ed. BOS IEC 60227-2: 2003 ed.Part 2 . 1 10p. (20) TC EED 1 Test method for solar collectors – Part 1: Thermal performance of glazed liquid heating collectors including pressure drops BOS ISO 9806-2: 1995 ed. 1 21p. (18) TC EED 2 13 A plugs. socket Outlets.40 Luminaires BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 97 . BOS 41-4: 2009 ed. (5) TC MED 5 BOS 303-3: 2008 Lights for motor vehicles . 2 12p. 29.30 Plugs. 2 16p. (8) Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V – Part3: Non-sheathed cables for fixed wiring. (10) Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V – Part 1: General requirements. socket – outlets.140. TC EED 1 (7) BOS IEC 61215: 2005 ed.120.

BOS IEC 60598-1: 2003
ed. 6
Luminaires - Part 1: General requirements and tests Edition: 6.0

181p. (25)

BOS IEC 60598-2-1: 1979
ed. 1
4p. (2)
Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section One – Fixed general purpose luminaries
BOS IEC 60598-2-2: 2002
ed. 2
7p. (4)
Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements –Section 2: recessed luminaires
BOS IEC 60598-2-3: 2002
ed. 3
15p. (8)
Luminaires – Part 2-3: Particular requirements – Luminaires for road and street lighting
BOS IEC 60598-2-4: 1997
ed. 2
6p. (3)
Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section 4: Portable general purpose luminaries
BOS IEC 60598-2-5: 1997
Luminaires – Part 2-5: Particular requirements – Floodlights

ed. 2

7p. (4)

BOS IEC 60598-2-6: 1994
ed. 1
9p. (5)
Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section 6: Luminaires with built-in transformers for filament
lamps
BOS IEC 60598-2-7:1982
ed. 1
5p. (3)
Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section Seven – Portable luminaires for garden use
BOS IEC 60598-2-8:
Luminaires – Part 2-8: Particular requirements – Handlamps

ed. 2

12p. (6)

BOS IEC 60598-2-9: 1987
ed. 2
12p. (6)
Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section Nine – Photo and film luminaires (non-professional)
BOS IEC 60598-2-10: 2003
ed. 2
8p. (4)
Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section Ten – Potable child-appealing luminaries
BOS IEC 60598-2-17: 1984
ed. 1
7p. (4)
Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section Seventeen – Luminaires for stage lighting,
television and film studios (outdoor and indoor)
BOS IEC 60598-2-18: 1993
ed. 1
6p. (3)
Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section 18: Luminaires for swimming pools and similar
applications
BOS IEC 60598-2-19: 1981
ed. 1
9p. (5)
Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section Nineteen: Air-handling luminaires (safety
requirements)
BOS IEC 60598-2-20: 2002
ed. 1
Luminaires – Part 2-20: Particular requirements – Lighting chains

16p. (8)

BOS IEC 60598-2-22: 2002

ed. 1
22p. (11)
Luminaires – Part 2-22: Particular requirements – Luminaires for emergency lighting
BOS IEC 60598-2-23: 2001
ed. 1
9p. (5)
Luminaires – Part 2-23: Particular requirements – Extra low voltage lighting systems for filament lamps
BOS IEC 60598-2-24: 1997
ed. 1
6p. (3)
Luminaires – Part 2-24: Particular requirements – Luminaires with limited surface temperatures
BOS IEC 60598-2-25: 1994
ed. 1
13p. (7)
Luminaires – Part 2: Particular requirements – Section 25: Luminaires for use in clinical areas of hospitals
and health care buildings

29.180

Transformers, reactors

BOS 563:2013
Distribution of transformers - Specification

BOBS catalogue

ed. 1

42p. (17)

TC EED2

Updated: June 2014

98

29.220.20

Acid secondary cells and batteries

BOS IEC 60896-11: 2002
ed. 1.0b 19p. (10)
Stationary lead-acid batteries – Part 11: Vented types – General requirements and method test.
BOS IEC 60896-21: 2002
ed. 1.0b 39p. (16)
Stationary lead-acid batteries – Part 21: Valve regulated types – Methods of test.
BOS IEC 60896-22: 2004
ed. 1. 28p. (13)
Stationary lead-acid batteries – Part 22: Valve regulated types – Requirements
BOS IEC 61056-2: 2002
ed. 1. 11p. (6)
General purpose lead-acid batteries (Valve regulated types) – Part 2: Dimensions, terminals and marking
BOS IEC 61056-22: 2002
ed. 2.0b 11p. (6)
General purpose lead-acid batteries (Valve regulated types) – General requirements and functional
characteristics – Methods of test.

29.240.20

Power transmission & distribution lines

BOS 513-1: 2012
ed. 1. 13p. (7)
TC EED 2
Conductors for overhead electrical transmission lines – Part 1: Copper wires and stranded copper
conductors
BOS 513-2: 2012
ed. 1. 12p. (6)
TC EED 2
Conductors for overhead electrical transmission lines – Part 2: Stranded aluminium conductors
BOS 513-3: 2012
ed. 1. 16p. (8)
TC EED 2
Conductors for overhead electrical transmission lines – Part 3: Aluminium conductors, steel reinforced

33

Telecommunications, Audio and Video Engineering

33.020

Telecommunications in general

BOS 67: 2003
ed. 1
49 p. (18)
Administration standard for commercial telecommunications infrastructure

TC EED 3

BOS 70: 2004
ed. 1
23 p. (11)
Telecommunications - Commercial grounding (earthing) and bonding - requirements.

TC EED 3

BOS ISO/IEC 11801: 2003 2nd ed.
ed. 1
Information technology – Generic cabling for consumer premises

TC EED 3

33.040

136 p. (25)

Telecommunication systems

No current standards

33.040.20

Transmission systems

No current standards

35

Information Technology. Office Machines

35.040

Character sets and information coding

BOS ISO/IEC 17799: 2005
ed. 1
115 p. (25)
TC EED 3
Information technology – Security techniques – Code of practice for information security management

35.040.99

Equipment, Casino

BOS 202-1: 2006

BOBS catalogue

ed. 1

52 p. (19)

TC GPD 3

Updated: June 2014

99

Gaming equipment - Part 1: Casino equipment - Specification
BOS 202-2: 2006
ed. 1
24 p. (12)
Gaming equipment - Part 2: Monitoring and control systems for gaming equipment

TC GPD 3

BOS 202-3: 2006
ed. 1
Gaming equipment - Part 3: Wagering record keeping systems

TC GPD 3

29 p. (13)

BOS 202-4: 2006
ed. 1
14 p. (7)
TC GPD 3
Gaming equipment - Part 4: Local area and wide area jackpot and progressive jackpot equipment
BOS 202-5: 2006
Gaming equipment - Part 5: Tokens

ed. 1

35.200

Interface and interconnection equipment

35.240.99

IT Applications in other fields

2 p. (1)

TC GPD 3

46p. (18)

TC MED 5

No current standards

43

Road Vehicle Engineering

43.020

Road vehicles in general

BOS 57: 2009
ed. 2
The testing of motor vehicles for roadworthiness – code of practice

BOS 121: 2005
ed. 1
4 p. (2)
The measurement of noise emitted by road vehicles when stationary – Code of practice

TC MED 5

BOS 122: 2005
ed. 1
18 p. (9)
TC MED 5
Engine speed (S-values), reference sound levels and permissible sound levels of stationary road
vehicles – Code of practice.

43.040.10

Electrical and electronic equipment

43.040.20

Lighting, signalling and warning devices

BOS 303-1: 2008
ed. 1
Light for motor vehicles – Part 1: Incandescent lamps – Specification

37p. (16)

TC MED 5

BOS 303-2: 2008
Lights for motor vehicles - Part 2 - Headlights

ed. 1

10p. (5)

TC MED 5

BOS 303-3: 2008
Lights for motor vehicles - Part 3 - Secondary lights

ed. 1

21p. (11)

TC MED 5

43.040.60

Bodies and body components

BOS 187: 2006
ed. 1
5p (3)
Motor vehicle safety – Rear under-run protection devices –Specification

43.040.65

TC MED 5

Glazing and wiper systems

BOS 158: 2011 2nd ed.
ed. 2
9p (5)
High penetration – resistant laminated safety glass for vehicles - Specification

TC MED 5

BOS 159: 2011 2nd ed.
Laminated safety glass for vehicles – Specification

ed. 2

7p (4)

TC MED 5

BOS 160: 2011 2nd ed.
Toughened safety glass for vehicles – Specification

ed. 2

3p (2)

TC MED 5

BOBS catalogue

Updated: June 2014

100

Specification TC TCD1 BOS 235-5: 2007 ed. (3) Pre-packaged goods for the ultimate consumer: Labelling. (3) School wear fabrics – Part 7: Fabrics containing textured yarns .BOS 302: 2008 ed. 1 School wear fabrics – Part 8: Warp-knitted fabrics –Specification 5 p. 1 Plastic safety glazing materials for motor vehicles – Specification 22p (11) TC MED 5 55.020 Packaging and distribution of goods in general BOS 9: 2000 ed. (5) TC TCD1 BOS 205: 2006 Nurse’s woven fabric – Polyester and cotton – Specification ed. (6) TC TCD 1 BOS 129: 2005 The manufacture of sanitary towels ed.30 Textile Yarns BOBS catalogue ed.080. 1 6 p. 1 ed. 1 School wear fabrics – Part 1: Basic requirement .Specification 4 p. (3) School wear fabrics – Part 5: Polyester and cotton fabrics .20 Textile Fabrics BOS 209: 2006 Sewing threats – Specification 59.Specification BOS 235-4: 2007 ed. 1 15 p.080. 1 9 p. (3) School wear fabrics – Part 3: Polyester and wool fabrics .Specification 5 p. (3) TC TCD1 BOS 235-3: 2007 ed.01 Textile in general BOS 40-1:2001 ed. (2) TC TCD1 BOS 235-2: 2007 School wear fabrics – Part 2: Blazer fabrics . 1 6 p. 1 6 p.080. (4) TC TCD1 BOS 206: 2006 Polyester and wool uniform fabrics – Specification ed. (5) TC TCD1 BOS 235-1: 2007 ed. 1 8 p. 1 9 p. 1 5 p.General requirements 59 Textile and leather technology 59. 1 12 p. 1 6 p. (5) TC TCD1 59. 1 TC TCD1 Updated: June 2014 101 . disposable diapers for adults ed. (3) School wear fabrics – Part 6: Shirting and blouse fabrics . 1 Textiles – Inspection and acceptance criteria for used clothing 8 p. 1 6 p. (3) TC TCD1 BOS 288-1: 2009 10 p. (4) TC TCD 1 ed. presentation and advertising .080 Products of the textile industry 59.Specification TC TCD1 BOS 235-6: 2007 ed. (3) School wear fabrics – Part 4: Polyester and viscose fabrics . (8) TC TCD 1 BOS 131: 2005 Elasticated.Specification TC TCD1 BOS 235-8: 2007 ed.Specification TC TCD1 BOS 235-7: 2007 ed.

1 11 p. (6) TC TCD1 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 13: Cotton huckaback towelling and towels – Specification BOS 288-14: 2009 ed. (4) Woven household fabrics and articles Part 10: Cotton ticking – Specification TC TCD1 BOS 288-11: 2009 ed. (7) TC TCD1 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 2: Winter sheeting. (6) TC TCD1 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 14: Cotton tablecloth fabric. 1 Updated: June 2014 102 . (7) TC TCD1 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 5: Terry towelling. (4) Woven household fabrics and articles Part 11: Feather proof fabrics – Specification TC TCD1 BOS 288-12: 2009 ed. (5) TC TCD 1 BOS 152: 2005 Definitions and measurement procedure – Code of practice 11 p.100. 1 10 p. sheets and pillowcases – Specification BOS 288-5: 2009 ed.Specification 59. 1 14 p. 1 11 p. 1 11 p. 1 8 p. 1 10 p. 1 8 p. sheets and pillowcases – Specification BOS 288-3: 2009 ed. (7) TC TCD1 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 3: Cotton sheeting. (4) Woven household fabrics and articles Part 7: Cotton curtain lining – Specification TC TCD1 BOS 288-8: 2009 ed. tablecloths and table napkins – Specification BOS 288-15: 2009 ed. towels. (6) TC TCD1 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 8: Bedspread fabrics and bedspreads – Specification BOS 288-9: 2009 ed. 1 8 p. 1 11 p. sheets and pillowcases – Specification BOS 288-4: 2009 ed. 1 11 p. 1 7 p. (5) Size designation of clothes – Men’s and boys’ wear garments – Specification TC TCD 1 BOBS catalogue ed. and other terry weave articles – Specification BOS 288-6: 2009 ed.Woven household fabrics and articles Part 1: Basic requirements for piece-goods and made-up articles – Specification BOS 288-2: 2009 ed. 1 14 p. 1 14 p. (6) TC TCD1 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 12: Kitchen cloth fabric and kitchen cloths – Specification BOS 288-13: 2009 ed. (5) TC TCD1 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 15: Cotton dishcloth fabrics and dishcloths . (6) TC TCD1 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 9: Cotton flannelette duster fabric and dusters – Specification BOS 288-10: 2009 ed. 1 Textiles – Inspection and acceptance criteria for used clothing 9 p.10 Textile glass materials No current standards 61 Clothing industry 61.020 Clothes BOS 40-1:2001 ed. (7) TC TCD1 Woven household fabrics and articles Part 4: Polyester-and-cotton sheeting. (6) TC TCD 1 BOS 153: 2005 ed. (4) Woven household fabrics and articles Part 6: Cotton curtain fabrics – Specification TC TCD1 BOS 288-7: 2009 ed. 1 14 p.

020 Farming and forestry No current standards 65. (4) TC TCD 1 Footwear BOS 425: 2012 ed. tunics and gym dresses – Specification TC TCD 1 BOS 233-6: 2007 ed. 1 School clothing – Part 6: Girls’ slacks and skirts – Specification 5 p. (2) TC TCD 1 BOS 233-5: 2007 ed.Specification TC TCD 1 61. (6) TC TCD 1 BOS 233-8: 2007 School clothing – Part 8: Tracksuits – Specification ed. (5) School clothing – Part 5: Dresses. 1 10 p.BOS 154: 2005 Size designation of women’s and girl’s wear – Specification ed. 1 4 p. (3) TC TCD 1 BOS 233-10: 2007 ed.040 Headgear. clothing accessories. 1 39 p. 1 5 p. 1 38 p. (5) TC TCD 1 BOS 208: 2006 Care labelling of textiles and clothing – Specification ed. 1 School clothing – Part 7: Jerseys and cardigans – Specification 11 p. (3) TC TCD 1 BOS 233-7: 2007 ed. (16) TC TCD 2 Industrial boots (including safety boots) with direct-vulcanized soles and heels – Specification BOS 426: 2012 ed. 1 7 p. 1 4 p.20 Plant growing No current standards BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 103 . fastening of clothing BOS 128: 2005 Men’s and women’s leather belts 61.060 ed. 1 6 p. 1 8 p. 1 11 p. 1 5 p. (5) TC TCD 1 BOS 233-2: 2007 School clothing – Part 2: Blazers – Specification ed. (6) TC TCD 1 BOS 211: 2006 Printed labels for textiles – Specification ed. 1 9 p. (4) School clothing – Part 10: Knee-high stockings and socks . (2) TC TCD 1 BOS 233-3: 2007 School clothing – Part 3: Trousers and shorts – Specification ed. 1 School clothing – Part 1: General requirements – Specification 10 p.020. (3) TC TCD 1 BOS 233-1: 2007 ed. 1 6 p. (3) TC TCD 1 BOS 233-4: 2007 School clothing – Part 4: Shirts – Specification ed. (16) TC TCD 2 Industrial boots (including safety boots) with stuck-on pre-moulded or direct-injection-moulded soles and heels – Specification 65 Agriculture 65. (3) TC TCD 1 BOS 233-9: 2007 School clothing – Part 9: Athletic wear – Specification ed.

(5) TC MED 7 Equipment for crop protection -. (2) TC MED 7 Agricultural wheeled tractors -. (3) Agricultural tractors -.65.Part 2: Test methods for hydraulic sprayers BOS ISO 5682-3: 1996 ed.060. 1 6 p. 1 4 p. Animal feeding stuff – Cattle feeds – Specification ed.1 6 p.35 6 p. 3 6 p. (19) TC LPG Tractors. 1 8 p. 2 18 p.Test procedures -. (9) TC MED 7 Equipment for crop protection -.Part 2: Category 1 N (Narrow hitch) BOS ISO 789-1:1990 ed.Part 3: Test method for volume/hectare adjustment systems of agricultural hydraulic pressure sprayers 65. (4) TC AFD2 BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 104 .060.Part 6: Centre of gravity 65. 2 10 p (5) Agricultural tractors -. machinery for agriculture and forestry. (3) TC AFD2 BOS 246: 2007 ed. (4) TC AFD2 TC AFD2 BOS 25: 2008 2nd ed.Rear-mounted three-point linkage -. 3 and 4 BOS ISO 730-2:1979 ed. 2 11p.060. powered lawn and garden equipment -.Test procedures -. (3) TC MED 7 Equipment for crop protection -. Poultry feeds – Part 2: Ostrich feeds – Specification ed. 1 11 p.1 8 p.Spraying equipment -. 2 16 p (8) TC MED 7 BOS ISO 5682-1: 1996 ed. (4) 7 p.1 8 p.Part 1: Categories 1. (4) TC AFD 2 BOS 190: 2006 Animal feeding stuffs.Part 1: Power tests for power take-off TC MED 7 BOS ISO 789-2:1993 ed.01 Agricultural machines and equipment in general 65.General requirements and test methods 65.10 Agricultural tractors and trailed vehicles BOS ISO 11684: 1995 ed. (4) TC AFD2 BOS 234: 2006 Animal feeding stuffs – Guinea fowl feeds – Specification ed.40 TC MED 7 Plant care equipment BOS ISO 5681: 1992 Equipment for crop protection – Vocabulary ed.Three-point linkage -.Sprayers -.Spraying equipment -. 3 12 p (6) TC MED 7 Agricultural wheeled tractors -. 1 ed. (3) Irrigation and drainage equipment BOS ISO 8026: 1995 ed.060. (6) Agricultural irrigation equipment -.Test procedures -. 1 52 p. (6) TC AFD2 BOS 225: 2006 Poultry feeds – Broiler breeder feeds – Specification ed. 2 Agricultural tractors -.General principles BOS ISO 730-1: 1994 ed.Safety signs and hazard pictorials -. 2 7 p.Part 1: Test methods for sprayer nozzles BOS ISO 5682-2: 1997 ed.Part 2: Rear three-point linkage lifting capacity TC MED 7 BOS ISO 789-6:1982 ed. 2.Pig feeds – Specification ed. 2 9 p.Spraying equipment -.120 Animal feeding stuffs BOS 8 – 1: 2008 Poultry feeds – Part 1: Chicken feeds – Specification BOS 8 – 2: 2012 2nd ed.

(4) Animal feeding stuffs – Determination of moisture and other volatile matter content TC AFD2 BOS ISO 6498: 1999 Animal feeding stuffs – Preparation of test samples TC AFD2 ed.060 Cereals.1 2 p.1 7 p. 1 35 p. 1 5 p. (4) Animal feeding stuffs – Determination of phosphorus content – Spectrometric method TC AFD2 BOS ISO 6496: 1999 ed. (4) TC AFD3 BOS 156: 2005 Cereals – Determination of the diastatic power of sorghum – Test method. 1 4p (2) TC AFD3 BOS 115: 2005 Bakery products – Bread – Specification BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 105 .1 13 p. (7) TC AFD2 Animal feeding stuffs – Semi-quantitative determination of aflatoxin B1 – Thin-layer chromatographic methods BOS ISO 6866: 1985 ed. BOS ISO 15161:2001 ed. (3) TC AFD3 BOS 157: 2005 Cereals Sorghum meal and sorghum flour – Specification ed.Animal feeding stuffs – Rabbit feeds . (15) Guidelines on the application of ISO 9001:2000 for the food and drink industry BOS ISO 22000: 2005 ed. (7) TC AFD3 Cereals – Classification and grading of sorghum grains intended for human consumption BOS 114:2005 ed.1 6 p. 1 5 p.Specification BOS 297: 2008 Animal feeding stuffs – Pet foods – Specification ed.1 15p. ( 8) TC AFD5 BOS 155: 2005 Cereals – Sorghum malt ed.020 Processes in the food industry 3 p. (3) TC AFD2 BOS ISO 6490-1: 1985 ed. ed. (14) Recommended International Code of Practice – General principles of food hygiene. (1) Animal feeding stuffs – Determination of calcium content – Part 1: Titrimetric method TC AFD2 BOS ISO 6491: 1998 ed. (4) BOS ISO 6651: 2001 ed. 1 32 p. pulses and derived products BOS 26:2009 2nd ed. (14) Food safety management systems – Requirements for any organization in the food chain 67. Cereals – Sorghum grains for human consumption ed. (3) TC AFD3 BOS 63:2002 ed.1 Cereals – Maize grains for human consumption – Specification 6p.1 14p.050 General methods of tests and analysis for food products No current standards 67.1 7 p. (3) TC AFD3 ed.1 31 p. 1 7 p.1 Animal feeding stuffs – Determination of free and total gossypol 67 Food Technology 67.1 8 p. (2) TC AFD2 BOS CAC/RCP 1: 2003 ed.

10 Fruits and derived products No current standards 67.100. 2 4 p. (3) TC AFD1 BOS 450: 2011 Peanut butter – Specification ed. (6) BOS ISO 13690: 1999 ed. 1 4 p. 1 4p. (2) TC AFD3 BOS ISO 6644: 2002 ed. 1 5 p. (6) Wheat flour and durum wheat semolina -.1 12 p.) – Specification TC AFD3 ed. 1 Cereals – Whole and dehulled pearl millet grains .080. (5) TC AFD1 BOS 43: 2011 2nd ed.BOS 201: 2006 Cereals and pulses – Certain pulses – Specification ed. (3) TC AFD1 ed.100. (5) Flowing cereals and milled cereal products – Automatic Sampling by mechanical means BOS ISO 11050: 1993 ed. 1 4p. (3) TC AFD1 BOS 430: 2012 Carrot – Grading requirements ed. Headed cabbage – Grading requirements ed. Vegetables BOS 90: 2004 Fruits and vegetables . (3) TC AFD1 BOS 58: 2011 2nd ed. (2) TC AFD1 BOS 59: 2011 Potatoes – Grading requirements ed. 1 6 p.080.1 11 p. (2) TC AFD3 BOS 213: 2006 Cereals – Milled maize products – Specification ed. 2 5 p. 2 9 p. (2) TC AFD1 ed. 1 5 p.1 Cereals.080 Fruits.01 Milk and milk products in general BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 106 . (2) TC AFD3 BOS 298: 2008 ed.1 9 p.Specification 3p. Milk and milk products 67.Citrus fruit – Grading requirements ed.Determination of impurities of animal origin TC AFD3 BOS ISO 11051: 1994 Durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf. Tomato – Grading requirements BOS 471: 2012 Butternut – grading requirements BOS 531: 2012 Beetroot – grading requirements 67. 2 5 p. (9) 67.20 Vegetables and derived products BOS 4: 2012 2nd ed. (2) TC AFD1 ed. pulses and milled products – Sampling of static batches 18 p. 1 4 p (2) TC AFD 1 BOS ISO 874: 1980 Fruits and vegetables – Sampling ed. 1 3 p. (3) TC AFD1 67. Onions – Grading requirements ed.

(4) Milk and milk products – Enumeration of coliforms – Part 2: Most probable number technique at 30C 67. (20) TC AFD7 The manufacture.1 Milk and milk products – Ultra high temperature treated cow’s Milk.BOS ISO 707:1997 Milk and milk products – Guidance on sampling ed. (16) BOS ISO 5541-1:1986 ed.1 9 p.10 Meat and meat products No current standards 67. 1 7 p. BOS ISO 5541-2:1986 ed. (4) Milk and milk products – Enumeration of coliforms – Part 1: Colony count technique at 30C. canned marine molluscs. 67.120.10 BOBS catalogue Alcoholic beverages Updated: June 2014 107 .20 Eggs No current standards 67. processing and treatment of canned meat products – Specification 67. 1 7 p.100. 3 15 p. 2 36 p. 1 8 p.100. (2) Fermented cow’s milk products – Yoghurt. 1 3 p. 1 3 p. 1 67 p. 5 p. 2 TC AFD 4 14 p.30 Fish and fishery products BOS 449: 2011 ed.120.160 Beverages No current standards 67. (7) Milk – Determination of fat content – Gravimetric method (Reference method) BOS 126:2005 ed. Raw cow milk – Specification ed. TC AFD 4 BOS 92:2004 ed.10 Milk and processed milk products BOS 64: 2013 2nd ed. 1 4 p. cream and evaporated milk – Determination of total solids content (Reference method). sour milk (madila) and buttermilk BOS ISO 1211:1999 ed. production. (5) TC AFD BOS ISO 1735:2004 ed.120. (2) Milk. (3) TC AFD 4 BOS ISO 6731: 1989 ed. canned crustaceans and other derived products – Specification BOS 385: 2012 ed. (8) TC AFD4 Cheese and processed cheese products -.Determination of fat content -.160. 1 56 p. (22) TC AFD7 Canned fish.30 Cheese BOS 198: 2008 Cheese – General specification ed.(2) TC AFD 4 BOS 72: 2003 Pasteurized cow’s milk ed.Gravimetric method (Reference method) 67.

1 8 p. Sugar products. (4) 67. 1 7p.250 Materials and articles in contact with foodstuffs BOS 337: 2012 Plastics material for food contact use – Specification ed. (6) BOS 112: 2004 ed. (6) TC AFD 5 BOS ISO 8294: 1994 ed. 1 11 p. (6) BOS 473: 2011 ed. 1 Hand dishwashing and light duty detergent (liquid) – Specification.10 Animal and vegetable fats and oils BOS 544: 2013 Edible oils – Specification ed.180.10 Honey BOS 199: 2006 Honey – Specification ed. 1 12 p. labelling and packaging of chemicals – Part 1: General requirements TC CD 6 TC CD 3 BOS ISO 11014-1:1994 ed.35 Chemicals purposes for industrial and BOS 111: 2005 ed. 1 19 p. Oilseeds No current standards 67. 1 46 p. (3) TCAFD1 Starch and derived products – Heavy metals content – Part 2: Determination of mercury content by atomic absorption spectrometry 67. 1 6 p. (4) Addictives in fruit and vegetable drinks and non-alcoholic drinks – Specification TC AFD 6 TC AFD 6 67. 1 11 p. 1 7 p.01 Products of the chemical industry in general BOS 66: 2003 ed.180. 1 7 p.180 Sugar. (10) Detergent – disinfectants based on inorganic chlorine compounds – Specification BOBS catalogue disinfection TC CD 3 TC CD 3 Updated: June 2014 108 .160.Part 1: Content and order of sections. Starch 67. 67. iron and nickel content – Graphite furnace atomic absorption method. 71. 1 6 p.100. domestic 11 p. (18) 71 Chemical Technology 71. (3) TC AFD 2 Animal and vegetable fats and oils – Determination of copper.20 Non-alcoholic beverages BOS 106: 2004 Fruit juices and fruit drinks ed. (4) Safety data sheet for chemical products -.200.200 Edible oils and fats.20 TC AFD 8 Starch and derived products BOS ISO 11212 – 2: 1997 ed.100. (4) BOS 472: 2012 Beekeeping and bee products – Code of practice ed. (6) Classification.No current standards 67.

(10) TC CD 7 ed. (3) TC CD 5 BOS 370: 2010 Detergent skin cleansers – Specification ed. 1 9 p. 1 20 p.emulsion degreasers – Specification ed.100.50 Specification Wood-protecting chemicals BOS 173: 2006 Preservative treated timber – Specification 71. (4) TC BCD 3 BOS 33:2000 Anionic bitumen road emulsions ed. 1 6 p. 1 18 p. (4) TC CD 5 ed. 1 21 p. (9) TC BCD 2 BOS 17:2000 Cutback bitumen ed. (5) TC CD 5 BOS 374: 2010 Ammoniated liquid detergent cleaner – Specification ed. 1 7 p. 1 5 p. (4) TC CD 5 BOS 318: 2009 High foam laundry detergent – Specification ed. 1 7 p. 1 7 p. (3) TC BCD 3 BOS 15:2000 Semi-flexible vinyl tiles ed. (11) Detergent – disinfectants based on quaternary ammonium compounds – Specification 71. (3) TC CD 5 BOS 228: 2006 ed. 1 8 p. (3) TC BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 109 . 140 Waxes. 1 17 p. (8) TC CD 5 BOS 227: 2006 Gel detergent cleaner (non-abrasive) – Specification ed. 1 Wax polish solvent-based for floors and furniture-Specification 6p. Toiletries BOS 370: 2010 Detergent skin cleansers – Specification 75. 1 6p. (4) TC BCD 3 BOS 34: 2009 Flexible vinyl flooring – Specification ed. 1 12 p (6) TC BCD 3 BOS 18: 2000 Cationic bitumen road emulsions ed. (3) TC CD 5 BOS 229: 2006 Polish stripper – Specification ed.BOS 113: 2004 ed. 1 16 p. (9) TC BCD 2 BOS 144: 2005 Wax emulsion polish for floors and furniture – Specification ed.40 TC CD 3 Surface active agents BOS 147: 2009 Scouring powder: Synthetic detergent base - ed. 1 8 p. 1 6 p. (4) TC CD 5 71. 1 10 p.70 Cosmetics.100. bituminous materials and other petroleum products BOS 14: 2000 Penetration grade bitumen ed. 1 Liquid furniture polish (non-wax emulsion type) –Specification 6 p. (5) TC CD 5 BOS 184: 2006 Solvent.100. (3) TC BOS 145: 2005 ed.

(6) TC EED 5 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-65: Particular requirement for air cleaning appliances 77.10 ed. (6) TC EED 5 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-52: Particular requirement for oral hygiene appliances BOS IEC 60335-2-55: 2008 ed. zinc.120 Non-ferrous metals 77.10 Mechanical testing of metals BOS ISO 6506-1:2002 ed. 1 11p.180. 1 13p.080. tin and their alloys No current standards 77. (17) Irons BOS 265: 2007 ed. 2 43 p. 16 p. BOS ISO 6892: 1998 Metallic materials – Tensile testing at ambient temperature.BOS 146: 2005 ed. 1 12p.15 Steels for reinforcement of concrete BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 110 . 1 12p. (7) TC EED 5 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-43: Particular requirement for clothes dryers and towel rails BOS IEC 60335-2-52: 2008 ed. 77. (6) TC EED 5 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-10: Particular requirement for floor treatment machines and wet scrubbing machines.040.99 Other equipment for petroleum and natural gas industries No current standards 75. 2 6 p. (3) TC MED 5 Metallic materials – Brinell hardness test – Part 2: Verification and calibration of testing machines. 1 14p. (16) Cast iron surface boxes and manhole and inspection covers and frames – Specification TC MED 1 BOS IEC 60335-2-10: 2008 ed. 1 36p.180 6p.140.60 Lead. BOS IEC 60335-2-43: 2008 ed.120. (8) TC MED 5 BOS ISO 6506-2:2002 ed.200 Petroleum products & natural gas handling equipment No current standards 77.140 Iron and steel products 77. (3) TC Equipment for petroleum & natural gas industries No current standards 75. 1 Metallic materials – Brinell hardness test – Part 1: Test method.040 Testing of metals 77. (7) TC EED 5 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-55: Particular requirement for surface cleaning appliances for electrical appliances for use with aquariums and garden ponds BOS IEC 60335-2-65: 2008 ed. 1 Scouring compounds – Soap base (metric units) – Specification 75.

150 Products of non-ferrous metals 77. (5) TC MED 5 ed. wire robes and link chains BOS 264: 2007 ed. 1 10 p.25 Spring steels BOS 60: 2009 2nd ed Road vehicles – Leaf spring – Specification 9 p. (8) The use of reinforcement cover devices for reinforced concrete . (8) The use of reinforcement cover devices for reinforced concrete .50 Flat steel products and semi-products BOS 16: 2010 2nd ed.150. (8) TC BCD 6 BOS 149: 2005 Welded steel fabric for reinforcement of concrete ed.60 Steal bars and rods BOS 148: 2005 Steel bars for concrete reinforcement – Specification 77.140.Code of practice TC BCD 6 77.75 TC BCD 3 Steel pipes and tubes for specific use BOS 329-1: 2010 ed.140.BOS 148: 2005 Steel bars for concrete reinforcement – Specification ed.140. 1 18 p. 1 15 p. 2 Steel wire. Metal roofing tiles . 2 12 p. (9) TC BCD 6 Steel tubes for non-pressure purposes Part 1: Sections for scaffolding.Specification BOS 149: 2005 Welded steel fabric for reinforcement of concrete 77. 1 17p.80 Iron and Steel Castings No current standards 77.140.Specification BOBS catalogue ed.10 Aluminium products BOS 16: 2010 2nd ed.140. 1 15 p.140. (9) Bending dimensions and scheduling of steel reinforcement for concrete. general engineering and structural applications 77. (5) Hexagonal steel wire mesh gabions and revet mattresses – Specification 77.99 Other iron and steel products No current standards 77. 1 16p. (4) TC BCD 6 BOS 150: 2005 ed.65 ed.140. TC BCD 6 BOS 248: 2007 ed. 1 7 p. (8) TC BCD 6 BOS 150: 2005 ed. 1 18 p. 2 12 p. 1 7 p. 1 16p. (6) TC BCD 2 ed. (9) Bending dimensions and scheduling of steel reinforcement for concrete TC BCD 6 BOS 248: 2007 ed. (6) TC BCD 2 Updated: June 2014 111 . (4) TC BCD 6 ed.Code of practice TC BCD 6 77. Metal roofing tiles .

safety and environmental guidelines for the construction and operation of timber treatment plants – Code of practice BOS 271: 2007 ed.20 ed. (20) TC BCD 5 ed.Film and sheeting -. 1 10 p.10 Films and sheets BOS ISO 4591: 1992 ed. (8) TC BCD 7 57 p. 1 17p.Determination of average thickness of a sample. (4) TC MED 4 Safety and security glazing materials for buildings – Part 3: Bullet-resistant glazing materials – Specification 81. 2 9p (5) High penetration – resistant laminated safety glass for vehicles . Laminated safety glass for vehicles – Specification ed.040 ed. (2) Plastics -. 2 3p (2) TC MED 5 83. 1 The installation of wood and laminate flooring – Code of practice 81. 1 34 p.Specification ed. (9) TC MED 4 Safety and glazing materials for buildings .020 Wood technology processes BOS 231: 2006 ed.140.1 Plastics 83. 1 7 p.Code of Practice TC BCD 7 BOS 269: 2008 ed. cross-arms and spacers for power distribution and telephone systems -Specification BOS 258: 2007 Wooden scaffold board . (10) TC BCD 7 Wood. 1 16 p. (5 ) Monoplanar prefabricated timber roof trusses (nail-plated) – Specification TC BCD 7 BOS 278: 2008 Thatched roof construction . Toughened safety glass for vehicles – Specification ed.080.Specification TC MED 5 BOS 159: 2011 2nd ed.040. 1 16 p. 1 30 p. 1 60 p. 2 7p (4) TC MED 5 BOS 160: 2011 2nd ed.79. sawlogs and sawn timber BOS 174: 2006 The preservative treatment of timber – Specification BOS 176: 2006 ed. (15) TC BCD 7 Health. (14) TC BCD 7 Eucalyptus poles.040. 1 8p.Part 1: Safety performance of glazing materials under human impact – Specification BOS 161-3: 2005 ed. ed. 2 3 p. (4) TC BCD 7 The mechanical stress grading of softwood timber (flexural method) – Method of test – Code of practice BOS 380: 2011 The construction of installation of vacuum sewerage system 79. 1 20 p.30 Glass products BOS 158: 2011 2nd ed. and average thickness and yield of a roll. (8) Glass in building BOS 161-1: 2005 ed.140 Rubber and plastics products 83. (20) TC BCD 2 BOS 270:2007 ed. by gravimetric techniques (gravimetric thickness) BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 112 .

1 10 p. 1 11 p. (2) Plastics -. (8) TC BCD 2 ed. 1 8 p.140. by gravimetric techniques (gravimetric thickness) BOS ISO 6446:1994 ed. 1 3 p.Bridge bearings -.080 85. 1 2 p.Determination of average thickness of a sample. 1 15 p. (9) BOS 117: 2011 2nd ed.140. (6) TC CD 2 BOS 191: 2006 Scholastic stationery – Specification ed. (5) TC CD 1 85. 1 10 p. 1 11 p (6) TC BCD 2 ed.Specification 87.20 Paper products Tissue paper BOS 243: 2007 Toilet paper.160 83.160. 2 25 p. and average thickness and yield of a roll. (31) TC CD 2 BOS 192: 2006 Chalk writing boards for schools – Specification ed. 1 12p (6) TC MED 5 83.140.30 22p (11) TC MED 5 Plastics pipes and fittings for non fluid use No current standards 83.080.180 TC BCD3 TC MED 5 TC MED 5 Adhesives BOS 171: 2006 Adhesives for tiles – Specification ed.10 Tyres Road Vehicle Tyres BOS 116: 2011 2nd ed.140.83. ed.040 Paints and varnishes BOS 7: 1999 BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 113 . (3) TC CD6 BOS ISO 4591:1992 ed.20 Laminated sheets BOS 302: 2008 ed.50 Seals BOS ISO 4633: 2002 Rubber seals – Joint rings for water supply. (5) TC CD 2 ed. 1 31 p.Specification for rubber materials 83.99 Other rubber & plastics products BOS 186: 2006 Plastic carrier bags and flat bags – Specification ed. (4) Rubber products -. 2 Pneumatic tyres for passenger cars and their trailers – Specification 18 p. drainage and sewage pipelines – Specification for materials ed.Film and sheeting -.060 Paper and board BOS ISO 2758: 2001 Paper – Determination of bursting strength 85. (12) Pneumatic tyres for commercial vehicles and their trailers – Specification 83. 1 Plastic safety glazing materials for motor vehicles – Specification 83. ed.

1 18 p. for interior and exterior use – Specifications 91. (7) TC CD 1 Paints and varnishes – Road and runway markings – Specification Part 1: Single-pack solvent and water borne paints BOS 20: 2002 ed.30 Ceilings.060. (6) TC CD 1 BOS 11: 2000 Paints and varnishes – Undercoats for paints ed. 1 11 p. partitions BOS 42: 2001 Masonry walling – Code of practice 91. (6) TC CD 1 BOS 47: 2001 Paint and vanishes – Roof paints ed. (8) TC CD 1 BOS 45: 2001 Paints and vanishes ed. 2 12 p. Floors.060 Elements of buildings 91. Metal roofing tiles . (7) TC BCD2 91.Code of Practice ed. Stairs BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 114 . (5 ) Monoplanar prefabricated timber roof trusses (nail-plated) – Specification TC BCD 7 BOS 276: 2008 High temperature wood preserving creosote. 1 Paints and vanishes – Primers for wood for interior and exterior use 9 p.10 Walls. emulsion based.040. 1 64 p (21) TC BCD 1 ed. (5) TC CD 1 BOS 21: 2000 ed. 1 14 p. (5) TC CD 1 BOS 23: 2002 Paints and vanishes – Finishing paint aluminium type ed. 1 16 p. (6) TC BCD 2 Roofs BOS 16: 2010 2nd ed.20 ed.060. 1 15p (8) Textured wall coatings. 1 4 p. 1 12p. (2) TC BCD 7 BOS 278: 2008 Thatched roof construction . (6) TC CD 1 BOS 12-1: 2000 ed. 1 11 p. (8) TC BCD 7 BOS 96: 2005 Wood mosaic flooring – Specification ed. 1 10 p. 1 13p (7) TC CD 1 BOS 489: 2011 ed. 1 10 p.060.Emulsion paints BOS 10: 2000 Paints and varnishes – Varnish for interior use ed. 1 15p. (6) TC BCD2 BOS 97: 2004 ed. 1 14 p. (9) Paints and vanishes – Decorative high gloss enamel paint for interior and exterior use TC CD 1 BOS 22: 2002 Paints and vanishes – Bituminous aluminium paint ed.01 TC CD4 Buildings in general No current standards 91.Specification BOS 270:2007 ed.Specification ed. 1 12 p.

(7) TC BCD 7 57 p. (4) TC MED 4 BOS 397: 2010 Fire doors and fire shutters – Specification ed. guard rails posts and spacer blocks Part 2: Specification BOBS catalogue BCD 7 BCD 7 Updated: June 2014 115 . 1 24 p. (12) TC MED 4 91. ed 1 Windows. 1 17p.1 Sawn softwood timber – Part 3: Industrial timber – Specification 10p.1 35p.Windows with frames made from PVC-U profiles – Specification BOS 294: 2008 Indoor Venetian blinds – Specification ed. 3 11 p. casement doors and sidelights steel frames – Specification 43p (17) TC BCD 1 BOS 42: 2001 Masonry walling 70p (22) TC BCD 1 ed. 1 32p (14) TC MED 4 PVC. 1 7 p. (6) BCD 7 Sawn softwood timber – Part 2: Stress-graded structural timber and timber for frame wall construction BOS 95-3:2005 ed. 1 The installation of wood and laminate flooring – Code of practice 91.080.1 12 p.50 Doors and windows ed 1 BOS 127: 2005 ed.060.U Window and door frames for external use – PVC – U profiles for window and door frames – Specification BOS 162: 2005 ed.Softwood flooring boards – Specification BOS 170-1: 2006 Suspended ceilings – Part 1: Code of practice for design ed.Specification ed. 1 39p (16) TC MED 4 PVC-U window and door frames for external use . (5) BOS 204-2: 2006 ed. 1 8 p. (9) TC BCD 6 Steel tubes for non-pressure purposes Part 1: Sections for scaffolding. droppers.20 Timber structures BOS 95-1: 2005 Sawn softwood timber Part 1: General requirements ed. (7) Suspended ceilings – Part 2: Performance of components and assemblies TC BCD 2 BOS 170-3: 2006 ed. (6) TC BCD 2 BOS 393: 2010 Strongroom and vault doors.10 Metal structures BOS 329-1: 2010 ed. (15) Wooden poles.1 20 p. 1 14 p. (10) BCD 2 BOS 95-2:2005 ed. 1 12p (6) TC MED 4 BOS 396: 2010 Fire resisting door units for record rooms – Specification ed. 1 20 p. (20) TC BCD 2 BOS 36: 2009 2nd ed.080. general engineering and structural applications 91. 1 BOS 269: 2008 ed. (4) Suspended ceilings – Part 3: Installation and maintenance – Code of Practice TC BCD 2 BOS 259: 2007 Wooden ceiling and panelling boards – Specification 13 p. (10) TC BCD 2 BOS 170-2: 2006 ed.

91. (6) TC BCD 1 BOS 84: 2003 ed. gates.Specification 11 p.100. specification and conformity criteria for common cement 91. 1 21 p. Gypsum.100. Lime.Specification ed. (5) TC BCD 2 BOS 110:2005 ed. 1 Ceramic and terracotta building products BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 116 .090 External structures (including fences.25 ed. ed.2 Prefabricated concrete components for fences . (8) TC BCD 6 BOS 149: 2005 Welded steel fabric for reinforcement of concrete ed. 1 11 p. (6) BCD 4 BOS 105:2004 Concrete flooring tiles – Specification ed. 1 10 p (5) TC BCD 4 91. (4) BCD 4 BOS 164:2006 Lime for soil stabilization ed. (40 TC BCD 6 91. (21) TC BCD 2 BOS ISO 13006:1998 ed. 1 10 p (5) TC BCD 3 BOS 171: 2006 Adhesives for tiles – Specification ed. 2 29 p. (11) TC BCD 1 BOS 30:2000 Burnt clay paving units ed. sheds. Mortar BOS EN 197-1: 2000 ed.40 Concrete structures BOS 148: 2005 Steel bars for concrete reinforcement – Specification ed. 1 7 p. (20) TC BCD 2 91.080. classification. 1 11 p (6) TC BCD 2 BOS 172: 2006 Gypsum plasterboard . (4) TC BCD 1 Aggregates from natural sources – Fine aggregates for plaster and mortar – Specification BOS 281: 2008 Natural stone – Sandstone building blocks – Specification 10p.1 8 p. (13) Cement Part 1 Composition.10 Cement. garages. 1 The design and installation of ceramic tiling – Code of practice 64 p.30 Masonry No current standards 91. 1 16p.080. BOS 104: 2012 2nd ed.100. 1 Ceramic tiles – Definitions. characteristics and marking 56 p. 1 18 p (9) TC BCD 2 BOS 301: 2008 Dry pre-mix for mortar – Specification ed. arches.15 TC BCD 1 Mineral materials and products BOS 28:2000 Burnt clay masonry units ed. 1 8p.100 Construction materials 91.

1 5 p.Specification 11 p. (8) The use of reinforcement cover devices for reinforced concrete . (8) TC BDC 2 BOS 27:2000 Concrete masonry units ed. ed.Specification ed.1 14 p.Code of practice TC BCD 6 BOS 263: 2007 ed. 1 Updated: June 2014 117 . (13) TC BCD 4 BOS ISO 1920-1: 2004 6 p. 1 8 p.Code of practice TC BCD 4 BOS 248: 2007 ed. (251) TC BCD 4 BOS 102: 2005 Installation of concrete paving blocks – Code of practice BOS 103: 2011 2nd ed. (21) The structural use of concrete Part 2: Materials and execution of work. 2 Precast concrete manhole sections and components – Specification 34p. 1 18 p.2 11 p.1 The structural use of concrete – Part 1: Design – Code of practice BOS 214-2: 2006 ed. 1 15 p. 2 15 p. (4) TC BCD 1 BOS 35:2000 Fibre concrete roofing tiles ed. (7) TCBCD 4 The installation of resilient thermoplastic and similar flexible floor covering materials – Code of practice BOS 101: 2011 2nd ed.Specification ed.1 Precast concrete products.1 65p.100. (8) TC BCD 4 180p. (9) Bending dimensions and scheduling of steel reinforcement for concrete TC BCD 6 BOS 165: 2006 ed. (12) TC BCD 4 ed. (6) TCBCD 4 ed. (6) TC BCD 4 BOS 104: 2012 2nd ed.1 25 p. (7) TC BCD 4 BOS 150: 2005 ed. 1 16 p.91. (5) TC BCD 4 BOS 166: 2006 Precast concrete paving slabs – Specification 15p. ed. 1 Aggregates from natural resources – Aggregates for concrete 10 p. (8) TC BCD 1 BOS 29:2000 Concrete paving blocks ed.15 TC BCD 4 BOS 98: 2004 Wood-wool panels (cement-bonded) – Specification 8 p. 2 18 p (9) TC BCD 4 BOS 76: 2007 2nd ed. (3) TC BCD 4 BOS 135: 2005 Ready-mixed concrete ed. (6) BCD 4 BOS 105: 2004 Concrete flooring tiles – Specification ed.2 11 p.1 BOS 214-1: 2006 ed.2 Prefabricated concrete components for fences . 1 13 p. (3) TC BCD 4 BOBS catalogue ed. (8) TC BDC 2 BOS 74: 2011 Precast reinforced concrete culverts – Specification ed. edgings and channels . 1 15 p.1 BOS 100: 2004 ed. Precast concrete suspended slabs – Specification ed. (4) TC BCD 4 ed. Precast concrete kerbs.Street and garden furniture – Specification 28p.30 Concrete and concrete products BOS 24: 2009 Concrete roofing tiles .

Part 6: Sampling. 1 56 p. (4) Testing of concrete .140. (7) Testing of concrete .140.100. (7) TC BCD 4 91.140.Part 1: Sampling of fresh concrete BOS ISO 1920-2: 2005 Testing of concrete – Part 2 Properties of fresh concrete ed. (2) BOS ISO 11600: 2002 ed. 1 Testing of concrete .10 Central heating systems No current standards 91. 2 8 p. 1 13 p.30 Ventilation and air-conditioning No current standards 91. 91.Part 4: Strength of hardened concrete 27 p.Jointing products -. (13) TC BCD 4 ed. 1 24 p.50 Electricity Supply Systems BOS 51:2003 BOBS catalogue ed.120. (10) TC BCD 4 BOS ISO 1920-4: 2005 Testing of concrete .40 TC BCD 2 TC BCD 2 Lightning protection No current standards 91. preparation and testing of concrete cores TC BCD 4 BOS ISO 1920-7: 2004 ed.Sealants – Vocabulary 3 p.40 Gas supply systems No current standards 91. 1 BOS ISO 1920-5: 2004 ed.140. ed.100. (4) Building construction -.Part 5: Properties of hardened concrete other than strength TC BCD 4 BOS ISO 1920-6: 2004 ed. Sealing materials BOS 529-1: 2013 ed. 1 4 p. (11) TC BCD 2 91. (2) TC EED2 Updated: June 2014 118 .Testing of concrete .40 ed. (20) TC BCD 4 BOS ISO 1920-3: 2004 ed. 1 10 p. 1 19 p (10) Compressed earth building units Part 1: Kgalagadi sands building units – Specification TC BCD 1 BOS 529-2: 2013 ed.Classification and requirements for sealants. (12) Testing of concrete Part 7: Non-destructive tests on hardened concrete TC BCD 4 BOS ISO 12439: 2010 Mixing water for concrete 14 p. 1 Building construction -. 1 8 p. (4) TC BCD 1 BOS 268: 2007 Fibre cement sheets (flat and profiled) – Specification ed.50 Binders. 1 Products in fibre-reinforced cement BOS 69: 2003 Pre-stressed concrete lintels – specification. 1 22 p.Part 3: Making and curing test specimens 20 p.Jointing products -. 1 8 p (4) TC BCD 1 Compressed earth building units Part 2: Kgalagadi sand building units – Code of manufacturer BOS ISO 6927: 1981 ed.

Electrical installations in buildings – Code of practice

91.140.60

Water supply systems

BOS ISO 4064-1: 2005
ed. 1
42 p. (17)
TC BCD5
Measurement of water flow in fully charged closed circuits – Meters for cold potable water and hot water
– Part 1: Specifications
BOS ISO 4427-1: 2007
ed. 1
14 p. (7)
TC BCD 5
Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 1: General
BOS ISO 4427-2: 2007
ed. 1
18 p. (9)
TC BCD 5
Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 2: Pipes –
Specification
BOS ISO 4427-3: 2007
ed. 1
31 p. (14)
TC BCD 5
Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 3: Fittings
BOS ISO 4427-5: 2007
ed. 1
7 p. (4)
TC BCD 5
Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 5: Fitness for
purpose of the system – Specification
BOS ISO 15874-1: 2003
ed. 1
8 p. (4)
TC BCD 5
Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations – Polypropylene (PP) – Specification Part 1:
General
BOS ISO 15874-2: 2003
ed. 1
16 p. (8)
TC BCD 5
Plastics piping systems for hot and cold water installations – Polypropylene (PP) – Specification Part 2:
Pipes
BOS ISO 21003-1: 2008
ed. 1
10 p. (5)
TC BCD5
Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings –Part 1: General –
Specification
BOS ISO 21003-2: 2008
ed. 1
18 p. (9)
TC BCD5
Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings Part 2: Pipes - Specification
BOS ISO 21003-3: 2008
ed. 1
9 p. (5)
TC BCD5
Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings Part 3: Fittings – Specification
BOS ISO 21003-5: 2008
ed. 1
9 p. (5)
TC BCD5
Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold water installations inside buildings – Specification Part 5: Fitness
for purpose of the system

91.140.65

Water heating equipment

91.140.70

Sanitary installations

BOS 236-1: 2007
ed. 1
12 p. (6)
Shower trays - Shower trays made from acrylic material Part 1 Specification

TC BCD5

BOS 291: 2006
Flush valves for WC flushing cisterns – Specification

TC BCD5

ed. 1

11 p. (6)

BOS 292: 2008
ed. 1
8 p. (4)
TC BCD5
WC flushing systems (low flushing capacity) that operate with flushing cisterns – Specification
BOS 293: 2008
WC flushing cisterns – Specification

13 p. (7)

TC BCD5

BOS 315: 2009
ed. 1
7 p. (4)
Stainless steel sit-on sinks with draining boards (for domestic use) – Specification

TC BCD4

BOS 514: 2013
Cultured marble sanitary ware – Specification

TC BCD 5

BOBS catalogue

ed. 1

ed. 1

8p. (4)

Updated: June 2014

119

91.140.80

Drainage systems

BOS ISO 4633
ed. 3
12 p. (6)
TC BCD 5
Rubber seals -- Joint rings for water supply, drainage and sewerage pipelines -- Specification for materials.

91.190

Building Accessories

BOS EN 1935:2002
36 p. (16)
Building hardware - Single - axis hinges - Requirements and test methods

91.220

Construction equipment

BOS 258: 2007
Wooden scaffold board – Specification

ed. 1

16 p. (8)

TC BCD 7

BOS 330-1: 2011
ed. 1
60p. (20)
TC BCD 6
The design, erection, use and inspection of access scaffolding – Part 1: Steel access scaffolding

93

Civil Engineering

93.010

Civil engineering in general

BOS 163-1: 2008
ed. 1
Civil engineering construction – Part 1: General – Specification

16 p. (8)

TC BCD4

BOS 163-5: 2010
Civil engineering construction – Part 5: General (structural)

10 p. (5)

TC BCD4

BOS 282-1: 2008
ed. 1
18 p. (9)
Signs for street and property identification Part 1: Retro-reflective signs

TC BCD3

BOS 319-8: 2010
Construction works – Part 8: Concrete works (structural)

ed. 1

57 p. (20)

TC BCD4

BOS 319-9: 2010
Construction works – Part 9: Concrete works (minor works)

ed. 1

17 p. (9)

TC BCD4

BOS 378: 2010
Concrete retaining blocks – Specification

ed. 1

12 p. (6)

TC BCD4

93.020

ed. 1

Earthworks. Excavations. Foundation construction. Underground
works

BOS 163-2: 2008
ed. 1
10 p. (5)
Civil engineering construction – Part 2: General (small works) – Specification

TC BCD4

BOS 163-3: 2009
ed. 1
4 p. (2)
Civil engineering construction – Part 3: Engineer’s office - Specification

TC BCD4

BOS 163-11: 2006
ed. 1
11 p. (6)
Civil engineering construction – Part 11: Gabions and pitching – Code of practice

TC BCD3

BOS 163-12: 2005
ed.1
18p. (9)
Civil engineering construction- Part 12: Earthworks (Roads, subgrade) – Specification

TC BCD3

BOS 163-26: 2008
ed.1
14p. (7)
Civil engineering construction- Part 26: Bedding (Pipes) – Specification

TC BCD3

BOS 163-28: 2008
ed.1
Civil engineering construction- Part 28: Sewers – Specification

21p. (11)

TC BCD3

BOS 163-32: 2007
ed. 1
35 p. (15)
Civil engineering construction- Part 32: Roads (General) - Specification

TC BCD3

BOBS catalogue

Updated: June 2014

120

BOS 163-35: 2007
ed.1
15p. (8)
TC BCD 3
Civil engineering construction – Part 35: Base (light pavement structures) – Specification
BOS 163-37: 2008
ed.1
24p. (12)
TC BCD3
Standardized specification for civil engineering construction Part 37: Asphalt base and surfacing –
Specification
BOS 163-38: 2007
ed.1
9p. (5)
Civil engineering construction – Part 38: Segmented paving – Specification

93.025

TC BCD 3

External water conveyance systems

BOS ISO 4427-1: 2007
ed. 1
14 p. (7)
TC BCD 5
Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 1: General
BOS ISO 4427-2: 2007
ed. 1
18 p. (9)
TC BCD 5
Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 2: Pipes –
Specification
BOS ISO 4427-3: 2007
ed. 1
31 p. (14)
TC BCD 5
Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 3: Fittings
BOS ISO 4427-5: 2007
ed. 1
7 p. (4)
TC BCD 5
Plastics piping systems – Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply – Part 5: Fitness for
purpose of the system – Specification

93.030

External sewage systems

BOS 260-2: 2008
ed. 1
17 p. (9)
TC BCD 5
Fibre cement pipes for drains and sewers Part 2: Manholes and inspection chambers – Specification

93.040

Bridge construction

BOS ISO 6446:1994
ed. 1
8 p. (4)
Rubber products -- Bridge bearings -- Specification for rubber materials

93.080

Road engineering

93.080.01

Road engineering in general

BOS 163-40: 2008
ed. 1
23 p. (11)
Civil engineering construction – Part 40: Ancillary roadworks – Specification

93.080.20

TC BCD3

Road construction materials

BOS 29:2000
Concrete paving blocks
BOS 103: 2011 2nd ed.
Precast concrete kerbs, edgings and channels - Specification
BOS 103:2005
Precast concrete kerbs, edgings and channels

93.080.30

TC BCD3

ed. 1

8 p. (4)

TC BCD 1

ed.2

11 p. (6)

TC BCD 4

ed.1

12 p. (6)

TC BCD4

Road equipment and installations

BOS 12-1: 2013 2nd ed.
ed. 2
17 p. (9)
Road markings – Part 1: Single-pack solvent and water borne paints – Specification

TC CD 1

BOS 10:2000
Paints and varnishes – Varnish for interior use

TC CD 1

BOBS catalogue

ed. 1

12 p. (6)

Updated: June 2014

121

5 17p (9) Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-3: Particulars requirements for electric irons.Part 1: Seating 35 p. (6) TC BCD 3 BOS 107-2: 2005 ed.Part 2: Desk.4 140p. 1 ed.040. (6) TC BCD 8 BOS 251-6: 2007 ed. (15) TC BCD 8 BOS 251-2: 2007 ed.Specification 16 p. working tables. ovens and similar appliances. (15) TC BCD 8 BOBS catalogue ed. and computer stands . 1 ed.1 13p (7) TC MED 4 97.060 Laundry appliances BOS IEC 60335-2-3: 2002 ed. 97. 1 Road signs – Part 1: Retro-reflective sheeting material – Specification 12 p. 1 18 p. 1 Furniture – Part 4: Bunk beds for domestic use – Specification 10 p. 97. (12) TC BCD 8 BOS 251-4: 2007 ed. (6) Road signs – Part 2: Performance requirements for road signs – Specification TC BCD 3 BOS 282-1: 2008 ed. (5) TC BCD 8 BOS 251-5: 2007 ed.BOS 107-1: 2005 ed. (8) TC BCD 8 BOS 251-3: 2007 Furniture. ovens and similar appliances BOS IEC 60335-2-6: 2002 ed.1 13p (7) TC MED 4 BOS 333: 2010 Burglar – resistant safes – Specification ed.080 Polishers 97. (6) TC BCD 8 BOS 295: 2008 Classroom furniture – Specification 34 p. 1 Updated: June 2014 122 .Part 3: Storage unit 24 p. BOS IEC 60335-2-7: 2002 ed.040.030 Domestic electrical appliances in general BOS IEC 60335-1: 2004 ed. (16) Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-6: Particulars requirements for stationary cooking ranges. hobs.6 24p (12) Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-7: Particulars requirements for washing machines.10 Kitchen furniture BOS 314: 2009 Steel kitchen cup-boards: Built-in – Specification ed. 1 Furniture – Part 6: Children’s cots for domestic use – Specification 11 p. 1 Furniture.140 Furniture BOS 251-1: 2007 Furniture.20 Cooking ranges. (25) Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 1: General requirements 97. tables. (9) Signs for street and property identification Part 1: Retro-reflective signs TC BCD 3 97 Domestic and commercial equipment.5 37p. 1 11 p. 1 Furniture – Part 5: High chairs for domestic use – Specification 11 p. Sports 97. Entertainment.

Specification for performance 53 p. 1 15 p. (8) TC BCD 8 BOS 300-4: 2009 Laboratory furniture and fittings Part 4 – Recommendations 12 p. (10) TC CD 2 BOS 119: 2005 White chalks ― Specification ed.200. 1 6 p. (6) TC BCD 8 97.150 ed.180 Miscellaneous domestic and commercial equipment BOS 19: 2000 Stationery – Ball point pens ed. Linen No current standards 97.200 Equipment for entertainment No current standards 97. (19) TC BCD 8 BOS 300-3: 2009 ed. 1 Non – textile floor coverings BOS EN 12199: 1998 ed. 1 6 p.99 Other equipment for entertainment No current standards BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 123 . 1 19 p. 1 ed. with graphite lead and coloured lead – Specification 97. (10) TC CD 2 Wood cased pencils and extruded plastic pencils.BOS 300-1: 2009 Laboratory furniture and fittings Part 1 – Introduction 4 p. (8) TC CD 2 BOS 193: 2006 ed.160 Home textile. 1 Laboratory furniture and fittings Part 2 . (2) TC BCD 8 BOS 300-2: 2009 ed. (3) TC CD 2 BOS 120: 2005 Coloured chalks – Specification ed.Recommendations for design 15 p. 1 Laboratory furniture and fittings Part 3 . 1 19 p. (3) TC BCD 2 Resilient floor coverings – Specifications for homogenous and heterogeneous relief rubber floor coverings 97.

It gives some guidance with regard to presentation and rules to the typography and layout of published documents. They are identical and no changes were effected. irrespective of the technical content.Guide This guide was adopted from an International Guide. BOBS ISO IEC Guide 59: 1994 Code of good practice for standardization . BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 124 . ISO/IEC Guide 59: 1994 Code of good practice for standardization.Other Publications BOBS Guide 1: 2009 Guidelines for the structure and drafting of Botswana Standards and other related documents This guide specifies rules for the structure and drafting of documents and other associated that are intended to ensure that documents are drafted as in uniform a manner as practicable.

Tests for colour fastness -. BOS 50-3: 2009 2nd ed.Tests for colour fastness -.Part 1: Chicken feeds Poultry feeds – Part 2: Ostrich feeds Paints and varnishes – Road and runway markings – Specification Part 1: Single-pack solvent and water borne paints Animal feeding stuff – Cattle feeds Cereals – Sorghum grains for human consumption Water quality: Drinking water Aggregates for roads Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 1: Fully serviced hotels Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 2: Selected serviced hotels.Fundamentals and BOS 1. Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 6: Self-catering establishments.Part 11: Guidance on sampling of groundwaters.Tests for colour fastness -.Part 7: Storage and filling sites for refillable liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) containers of capacity not exceeding 48kg Poultry feeds . BOS 50-3: 2014 3rd ed. BOS 50-4: 20092nd ed. Charge controllers for battery-based photovoltaic Systems Occupational health and safety management systems Occupational health and safety management systems Guidelines for the implementation of BOS 61:2002 Cereals – Classification and grading of sorghum grains intended for human consumption Integrated charge controller – Inverter for photovoltaic battery-based energy systems – Part 1: Total power not exceeding 1000 watts Concrete non-pressure pipes – Specification Pre-cast reinforced concrete culverts – Specification Reinforced concrete pressure pipes Precast concrete manhole sections and slabs Water quality – Waste water – Physical. BOS 50-6: 2014 3rd ed. BOS 68-1:2005 BOS 73: 2011 2nd ed. BOS 25: 2008 2nd ed. BOS 2-1:2005 BOS 3 – 7: 2012 BOS 8 – 1: 2008 BOS 8 – 2: 2012 2nd ed. specification and conformity criteria – Part 1: Common cements Textiles -.Part C03: Colour fastness to washing: Test 3 Textiles -. BOS 12-1: 2013 2nd ed.Part C04: Colour fastness to washing: Test 4 Textiles -. BOS 50-6: 20092nd ed.Withdrawn Standards Replaced by BOS 1: 1998 BOS 2 – 1:1999 BOS 3 – 7: 1999 BOS 8 – 1: 1999 BOS 8 – 2: 2002 BOS 12-1: 2000 BOS 25: 2000 BOS 26: 2000 BOS 32: 2000 BOS 37:2000 BOS 50-1: 2009 2nd ed.Part C02: Colour fastness to washing: Test 2 Textiles -. Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 5: Commercial guesthouses.Tests for colour fastness -. BOS 53:2000 BOS 61: 2002 BOS 62:2002 BOS 63: 2002 BOS 68-1:2003 BOS 73: 2004 BOS 74: 2004 BOS 75: 2004 BOS 76: 2004 BOS 93: 2004 BOS 116: 2005 BOS 117: 2005 BOS 158: 2005 BOS 159: 2005 BOS 160: 2005 BOS ENV 197-1: 1992 BOS ISO 105-C01: 1989 BOS ISO 105-C02: 1989 BOS ISO 105-C03: 1989 BOS ISO 105-C04: 1989 BOS ISO 105-C05: 1989 BOS ISO 5667–11: 1993 BOS ISO 8402 BOS ISO 8601:1988 BOS ISO 9000: 2000 BOBS catalogue Water taps (metallic) Code of practice for photovoltaic energy system design and Installation – Part 1: Buildings The handling. BOS 50-2: 2014 3rd ed. BOS 50-1: 2014 3rd ed. BOS 50-2: 20092nd ed.Part C01: Colour fastness to washing: Test 1 Textiles -. Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 4: Domestic guesthouses. Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part 3: Game lodges and camps. 2008 2nd ed. BOS 32: 2009 2nd ed. Quality management. BOS 50-5: 2014 3rd ed. BOS 93: 2012 BOS 116: 2011 BOS 117: 2011 BOS 158: 2011 BOS 159: 2011 BOS 160: 2011 BOS ENV 197-1: 2000 BOS ISO 5667–11: 2009 BOS ISO 9000:2000 BOS ISO 9000: 2005 Updated: June 2014 125 . BOS 50-4: 2014 3rd ed. commercial and industrial institutions . BOS 26: 2009 2nd ed.Part C05: Colour fastness to washing: Test 5 Water quality–Sampling .Tests for colour fastness -. vocabulary Data elements & interchange formats: Information Interchange: representation of dates and times Quality management systems . BOS 74: 2011 2nd ed. BOS 50-5: 2009 2nd ed. quality assurance. BOS 68-2 :2005 BOS OHSAS 18001: 2007 BOS OHSAS 18002: 2008 BOS 63: 2009 2nd ed. microbiological and chemical requirements Pneumatic tyres for passenger cars and their trailers – Specification Pneumatic tyres for commercial vehicles and their trailers – Specification High penetration-resistant laminated safety glass for vehicles – Specification Laminated safety glass for vehicles – Specification Toughened safety glass for vehicles – Specification Cement: Composition. storage and distribution of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic. BOS 75: 2011 2nd ed BOS 76: 2007 2nd ed.

2: 2000 premises BOS ISO/IEC 17025:1999 BOBS catalogue vocabulary Quality management systems: Requirements Quality management and quality system Quality management and quality system elements Milk and milk products – Enumeration of presumptive Escherichia coli – Part 1: Most probable number Technique Milk and milk products – Enumeration of presumptive Escherichia coli – Part 2: Most probable number technique using 4-methylumbelliferyl--D-glucuronide (MUG).BOS ISO 9001: 2000 BOS ISO 9004-1: 1994 BOS ISO 9004-2: 1991 BOS ISO 11866-1: 1997 BOS ISO 11866-2: 1997 BOS ISO 11866-3: 1997 BOS ISO 14001: 1996 BOS ISO 14004: 1996 BOS ISO 14040: 1997 BOS ISO 14041: 1998 BOS ISO/IEC 11801. systems and supporting techniques Environmental management – Life cycle assessment – Goal and scope inventory analysis Environmental management – Life cycle assessment – Goal and scope inventory analysis Information technology – Generic cabling for consumer BOS ISO 9001: 2008 BOS ISO 9004: 2000 BOS ISO 9004: 2000 ISO 7251: 2005 BOS ISO 11866-1: 2005 BOS ISO 11866-2: 2005 BOS ISO 14001: 2004 BOS ISO 14004: 2004 ISO 14040: 2006 (not adopted ISO 14040: 2006 (not adopted BOS ISO/IEC 11801: 2003 2nd ed General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories BOSISO/IEC 17025:2005 Updated: June 2014 126 .Specification with guidance for use Environmental management systems . ed.General guidelines on principles. Environmental management systems . 1. Milk and milk products – Enumeration of presumptive Escherichia coli – Part 3: Colony-count technique at 44 C using membranes.

20 93.060 67. Toiletries Degreasers.91 23.01 29.50 91.20 35.060 35.10 65.100.20 67.10 25.240. Protective clothing Coatings.01 97.020 13. Non-alcoholic.10 65.140 91.01 67. Foundation construction.160. equipment Ceilings.100.040.060. Oilseeds Electrical accessories Electrical and electronic equipment Electricity Supply systems Electrocoustics.20 71. Cooking ranges.50 43. Ovens Casino.10 77.65 11. Excavations. stationary Cooking ranges. lime.140.01 91. Mortor Central heating systems Ceramic and terracotta building products Cereals. Stairs Cement.040 27. Sealing materials Birth control.01 65. metallic Company organisation and management in general Concrete and concrete products Concrete structures Conduits for electrical purposes Construction equipment Construction materials Construction materials.060.220.30 91.10 01.100.20 83.060 98 112 86 103 103 83 86 106 110 103 107 104 98 92 92 106 107 117 86 108 114 99 120 119 113 96 121 99 113 115 117 115 104 104 98 95 107 107 106 119 101 101 91 95 84 116 115 96 119 115 83 92 121 108 108 86 121 90 114 119 87 119 86 106 107 96 99 117 92 113 BOBS catalogue Updated: June 2014 127 . vocabularies Containers.020.220 91.40 03.020.10 91. windows. gypsum.040.120.50 11.040. Working tables. frames Drainage system Drinking water Earthworks. Mechanical contraceptives Bituminous. Juices Binders.10 67.160 71.100.060.200 29.10 91.10 91.100. Floors.100.040.20 21.20 97.40 29.30 93.100 01.120 43.120 91. aids for disabled & handicapped persons in general Domestic electrical appliances – general Domestic safety Doors.040.060 29.020 61 13.140.70 71. acid secondary cells Bearings Bearings in general Beverages Beverages.060.99 91.01 67. ovens and similar appliances Cosmetics.160 67. Industrial & domestic disinfection Chemicals.180. vegetable fats and oils Baked products Batteries.80 13.140.50 91.030 13.150.010 61.080.120.140.060.100 21.220. building.50 67.180 13.60 93. Waxes materials & other petroleum products Blinds Bodies and body components Bridge construction Building accessories Buildings in general Cables Catering appliances. working tables.01 67.100.25 67.100. Products of the chemical industry in general Cheese Civil engineering in general Clothes Clothing industry Clothing.50 17.40 11.160.060. Underground works Ecolabelling Eggs Edible oils and fats.020.200 75.190 91. pulses & derived products Chalk Character sets and information coding Charge controllers Chemicals. Surface active agents Disabled. hearing aids Elements in buildings 29.040.040 91.20 91.10 91.10 97.220.200.060.Subject Index Index ICS Page Acid secondary cells and batteries Adhesives Air quality Agricultural machines and equipment in general Agricultural tractors and trailed vehicles Agricultural vocabularies Aids for disabled (general) Alcoholic beverages Aluminium products Animal feeding stuffs Animal.120 67.100.040.180.340.35 71.30 91.100.100.

30 91.020. Underground works Examination of physical properties of water Examination of water for chemical substances Examination of water in general External sewage systems External structures.20 97. arches.160 11. Excavations.040. wiper systems Graphical symbols Graphical symbols for use on specific equipment Graphical symbols for use on mechanical engineering Hand and arm protection Head protective equipment Headgear.060. labels and declarations Environmental.65 01.20 13.060 67. Fences. management systems.140 77.180.220. protection Fire-fighting Fish and fishery products Floors.060. Including burners and boilers for central heating systems Home textile – linen Honey Hot water.020 61.50 13. auditing.Environmental.100.020.060 81.020.140.30 27.020.01 83.020 07.40 67.10 97.020.090 93.080.080 27.100. Hoses and hose assemblies Incandescent lamps Information coding Information sciences. fastening of clothing Health care technology Heating.040. sheds.140.020 35. hydrology Glass.040.120 91.40 83. management systems.120. Other Equipment for petroleum and natural gas industries Earthworks.200 65.020.10 35. Foundation construction.10 01.060 77.20 35 35.020.20 81.10 11.160 67.040.10 77.99 75.100. guidance for use Environmental protection Equipment.060. garages External water conveyance systems Farming and forestry Feeds.220.30 67. pressure vessels Gas fuel burners Gas supply systems General methods of tests and analysis for food product Geology.10 67.340. Product life –cycles BOBS catalogue 13.060. clothing accessories.10 13.10 97.020 13.140.080. tin and their alloys Life – cycles.080. solar heating systems Hospital equipment Hoses.020. auditing. procedures Environmental. audit. meteorology.10 67.20 61.99 23. zinc.99 97.140. casino Equipment for entertainment.10 01.240.140 23.20 35.60 86 86 86 83 87 87 87 87 99 122 109 119 89 88 88 120 115 120 102 103 117 111 90 90 106 113 92 101 85 101 102 105 105 95 121 99 92 96 117 104 85 111 111 99 83 83 83 91 91 102 85 117 122 107 95 86 94 96 98 83 98 99 103 110 93 109 109 99 121 85 86 112 121 110 87 Updated: June 2014 128 . Liquid and solid fuel burners Furniture Gaming equipment.10 13.13 13. general Environmental.025 65.040 01.020.060.060.20 13.240. criteria Environmental.20 91.180 93. auditing. IT applications Gas cylinder.030 91.60 13.100 11.10 27.020 65.080.70 29.060.35 77. processes Footwear Fruits and derived products Fruits and Vegetables Fuel.40 13.080. Ceilings.040. poultry Fibre-reinforced cement Films and sheets Fire.240.200.30 43.20 01.60 13. Stairs Fluid storage devices in general Food hygiene Food microbiology Food technology.10 13.040.30 13.340.140.10 13. Records management Information technology Interface and interconnection equipment Irrigation and drainage equipment Iron and steel castings Iron and steel pipes Iron and steel products Irons IT applications in other fields Kitchen furniture Laboratory medicine Laboratory medicine in general Laminated sheets Laundry appliances Lead. glass in building Glass products Glazing.01 67.040 11 91.120.80 23.050 07.10 13.140.30 23. gates.140.140 35. general Environmental health protection Environmental.040.45 93.99 97.

020 03.10 77.160 65.180 75.060. Mortar Luminaires Management. floor-cleaning machines Pollution. handling equipment Petroleum and natural gas industries – other equipment Photovoltaic.020.020 87.020 91.20 13.040. general Milk and processed milk products Mineral materials & products.100.340. road noise.040.10 03. installation.040.10 27. Human resources Masonry Meat and meat products Mechanical systems and components for general use Mechanical testing of metals Metalic coatings Metal fittings Metal structures Metals.30 97.10 23. energy systems Pig feeds.080.30 91. pollution control and conservation Power transmission and distribution lines Pre-packaged goods.120.120.40 23. helmets Protective equipment. harbour noise. socket – outlets.020. Mechanical testing of metals Metals. gas cylinders Process in the food industry Product and company certification.140.20 91.020.080.40 65.200 75.30 67. natural gas.50 23. clay Miscellaneous domestic and commercial equipment Motor vehicle bodies and body components Noise.040 23.30 67.100.120.20 55.080 19. Conformity assessment Product lifecycle Product of non-ferrous metals Protection against crime Protection against fire Products in fibre reinforced cement Products of the chemical industry – general Protective clothing Protective equipment.10 91.200 99 117 95 92 115 96 84 115 106 92 109 95 94 114 109 110 91 85 105 106 115 122 99 91 107 109 122 90 95 100 112 112 112 92 116 105 122 109 109 95 103 92 93 94 93 103 102 94 93 112 111 107 96 121 86 98 100 92 104 85 87 110 91 90 117 107 92 92 92 92 83 94 84 84 96 Updated: June 2014 129 .080 67.50 23. other Public information symbols Pumps Quality management systems and quality assurance Quality management systems Refrigeration technology BOBS catalogue 43.160.040.060.340.60 55.100.150 17 07.20 13.250 29.080 03.120 97. physical phenomena Microbiology of water Milk and milk products.15 97.20 65.140.040.340. eye-protectors Protective equipment.020.30 67. signalling and warning devices Lightning protection Liquid and solid fuel burners Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).100.240.080 13.Lighting.120 21.40 29.40 03. filling sites.01 67. non-ferrous products Metrology and measurement. Including vacuum cleaners. labelling Pressure vessels. plastics pipes Plant care equipment Plant growing Plastic fittings Plastics pipes Plastics pipes and fittings for non fluid use Plastics.10 21 77. industrial hygiene Organic coatings Packaging and distribution of goods in general Paints and varnishes Paper & board Paper products Particle size analysis.45 23.100.10 23.20 77.10 29.100.30 67.100. storage Lime.40 91.40 71. Pipes and fittings of other materials Pipes.180 43.080. Plastics Plastics material for food contact use Plugs.120. airport noise Non-alcoholic beverages Non-ferrous metals Non-textile floor coverings Occupational.120.20 13.140.99 27. nails Pipeline components and pipelines in general Pipes.060 85.10 77.01 13. animal feeding stuffs Pins.060.040.100 25.310 13. couplers Polishers. Cement. Gypsum.40 27.20 23.99 01.340. floor.220.220.60 77.20 83.20 91.10 25.040.100.020 23. Sieving Paving slabs Peanut butter Pens Petroleum products.040 85.080.150 13. railway noise.150 13.040.10 13.30 83.040.120.60 17.10 97. Safety.020.30 91.100.180.220.20 67.

060.20 23. Glass material Textile industry.Road construction materials Road engineering in general Road equipment and installations Road Vehicle Tyres Road vehicles in general Roofs Rubber and plastic industries vocabulary Rubber & plastics products Rubber.140.080.10 83.30 59. tanks Stationery Statistical methods. spring Sugar.140. Air-conditioners Vessels and containers mounted on vehicles Walls.080.140.180 03.20 93.060. in general Tiles.40 25.080.040 77. partitions Water.180. stationary Telecommunications in general Telecommunication system Testing of metals Textile fabrics Textile.50 83. semi-products Steel pipes and tubes for specific use Steel. drinking water for livestock and poultry Water. Examination of water for chemical substances Water quality.25 67.20 01.020. bottled water Water.060.10 13. air-conditioning Ventilators.080.20 19.120 23.020 91.45 13.20 13. Examination of physical properties of water Water quality in general Water quality. plastics .60 121 121 121 113 99 113 83 112 113 83 118 90 95 112 94 102 84 87 101 92 83 95 95 107 107 92 122 85 111 111 111 110 111 111 107 108 95 92 98 98 109 101 101 101 101 101 115 114 112 103 98 87 112 94 105 99 117 94 92 114 87 88 118 85 88 88 88 89 89 87 88 88 88 92 118 Updated: June 2014 130 . products Textile and leather technology Textile.20 03. including ceramic tiles.160 26.080.020 91.100. Drinking water Water quality.60 91.140.99 01.10 13. vocabularies Sanitary installations Safety.160 67.140.20 13.10 43.060.20 13.080.10 97.80 65.060.160 27.060. test sieves Sociology services Solar energy engineering Solar heating systems Soup powder Starch and derived products Stationary containers.15 77.01 91.140.20 65. other rubber & plastics products Rubber.020 33.30 77.99 67. rods Steel.100.140.120 01.180. bricks Timber structures Tissue paper Tractors. flat steel products.080.30 13. waste water Water storage tanks Water supply systems BOBS catalogue 93.50 77.30 13. Starch Surface active agents Surface treatment Tanks. Agricultural tractors and trailed vehicles Transmission systems Transport exhaust emissions Tyres Valves – other Vegetables and derived products Vehicle frame. wire ropes and link chains Steels. roofing tiles.040.180 71.020. heating equipment Water microbiology Water of natural resources Water quality Water quality.060.060.45 91.65 07.30 23.020.140.75 77.140 83.160.83 91.080 59 59.20 91.100. sewage water Water quality.01 93.20 13.040.50 13. sugar products.10 13.10 23.70 13.060 13.140.20 43.040.10 59.120.080.020.120 25. domestic safety Scouring Seals Seals for pipe and hose assemblies Seeds Services for consumers Sewage water Sewing threads Sieves.30 59.060.220.220.020.03 27.040. road vehicle systems Ventilation.060. application Steel bars.040.080.20 67.080.140.50 23.060.060.01 13.140. Examination of water in general Water quality.60 77.10 33.20 83.20 85.25 91.83 83. Fans.040 59.100.040.040.65 77.20 23.140.080.10 33.060. reinforcement of concrete Steel wire.

50 71.160. metallic Waxes. sawn timber Wood technology processes BOBS catalogue 23.Water taps.160.50 79.40 75.060.040 79. bituminous materials and other petroleum products Welding brazing and soldering Welding consumables Window frames Wood-protecting chemicals Wood.20 91.040.100.20 25.140 25. sawlogs.020 94 108 95 95 114 108 111 111 Updated: June 2014 131 .