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ASTM Standard of Steel pipes

ASTM Standards can be purchased as a digital library subscription or individually from ASTM and other qualified standards providers.

A pipe is a tubular section or hollow cylinder, usually but not necessarily of circular cross-section, used mainly to convey substances which can flow — liquids and gases (fluids), slurries, powders, masses of small solids. 794 more words

Steel Knowledge

QA Manager [10 -16 Years]

Required QA Manager with 10+ Years of experience in Quality Management Systems & Quality Audit. Preferred Candidates with NDT Certification. This opportunity is with a Multinational Manufacturing Client in Hyderabad.

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5 Easy Steps for Choosing Foot Protection

Want to be sure your workers have the right foot protection on the job – but just not sure where to start?  Choosing protective footwear is no easy task!  1,006 more words

Informational

Reforming play equipment and surfacing Standards: a few thoughts

I think it fair to say that within the broad community of play advocates – play designers, landscape architects, play provision providers, pedagogues – play equipment and surfacing Standards have not been a hot topic of debate or contention. 1,508 more words

Standards

Let's Talk About Significant Figures

In this post, I want to talk about the proper way to express test results on certificates of analysis. To explain this, I am going to talk about the concept of significant figures (or significant digits). 1,671 more words

Dean Trombetta

Playground surfacing (again), cycle helmets and public risk: there are no simple answers

It is with an inward sigh that I share the news that once again, the US Standards body ASTM is considering a proposal to adopt stricter requirements for playground surfacing. 204 more words

Risk

A renewed, misguided ASTM attempt to change surfacing standards, a Guardian editorial and risk-benefit assessment

‘Bicycle helmets save lives’ a Guardian editorial pointed out today (27.09.2016) referrencing recent Australian research.

The editorial then posed the question:  Should wearing cycle helmets be made compulsory?  490 more words

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