ISO/TC153 meetings Montreal
From Monday 23 September to Friday 27 September 2019, several TC/153 meetings were held at the University of Montreal in Canada.
This week several topics like (new) ISO standards, drafts, working documents, proposals and comments were discussed by experts from different countries e.g.: China, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Spain, United Kingdom, USA, Netherlands.
SCOPE of ISO/TC153
The scope of the ISO/TC153 committee is the standardization in the field of industrial valves, valve actuators including their attachments, and steam traps. The standardization to include parameters covering interchangeability, valve mating details for actuator mounting, testing, marking, quality requirements, terminology and other relevant parameters.
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As a representative of the Netherlands, Mr. C. Zegers of ITIS was attending the meetings regarding valve testing: WG10, ISO 23632 (Type-testing of valves), WG12 ISO 28921-1 (Isolating valves for low-temperature application), WG14, ISO 10497 (Fire type-testing).
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