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Standardisation in the field of industrial air technology.

Railio J, 2000
industrial ventilation | standard
Bibliographic info: in: "Progress in Modern Ventilation", Proceedings of Ventilation 2000, Volume 2, proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Ventilation for Contaminant Control, held Helsinki, Finland, 4-7 June 2000, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
Languages: English

Standards dealing with Industrial Air Technology (IA T) are very fragmented, and a real need exists for new standards this very important field. These are required to facilitate trade and communication in this important area. Clarification of the requirements for these proposed standards is necessary before any new technical committee (TC) can be established, or before new work could be allocated to any existing TC. Since 1996, there has been little discussion about new activities, a few work items on related subjects have however commenced under existing Technical Committees. This subject was discussed at the January 1996 INVENT Seminar, which was published in the seminar proceedings (1). Earlier The subject was also covered introduced in the INVENT News.2/1995 (2)

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