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Work programme

October 2017

This Work Programme consists of draft of Malaysian Standards (MS) at various stages of development. This is in accordance with the principle on transparency of the WTO/TBT Agreement.

Those who are interested to know more about a specific project, how to be actively involved in the deliberation, a chance to give a comment on the draft or any inquiries, you may contact:

Standards Development Agency
Quality & Technical Services Division
Malaysian Rubber Board
RRIM Research Station
47000 Sungai Buloh
Selangor, MALAYSIA

Tel: +603-6145 9400 (ext 4531 or 4710)
Fax: +603-6157 6525

Stage code descriptionNo of project
10.99New project approved by ISC  
20.00New project submitted to Standards Malaysia
20.99New project approved by Standards Malaysia 1
30.20DMS under deliberation by TC/WG
30.99DMS approved for public comment 
40.20DMS circulated for public comment
40.60DMS and comments study/ballot by TC/WG  
40.92DMS referred back to TC/WG 
50.20DMS study/ballot for ISC acceptance 
50.99DMS accepted by AC 
55.00FDMS submitted to Standards Malaysia for Minister approval 3
55.99FDMS approved by Minister 
60.00 MS under Publication
60.60 MS Published
95.99 Withdrawal of MS
Total   4

New ISC-N Project for Year 2017

NoProject No Stage codeTitle Scope
1 LGM17ISC/N-001Wr 55.00 MS ISO 2285: 2007 Rubber, vulcanized or thermoplastic – Determination of tension set under constant elongation, and of tension set, elongation and creep under constant tensile load (Third revision) (ISO 2285:2007, IDT) This Malaysian Standard specifies a number of methods of determining the dimensional changes in test pieces of vulcanised or thermoplastic rubber during and after tensile load for relatively short periods under constant elongation or constant loading.

The constant-elongation test is intended to measure the ability of rubbers to retain their elastic properties after extension, at a standard laboratory temperature, to a specified strain which is maintained for a specified time at the same or at a specified higher temperature and then released at the test temperature or at the standard laboratory temperature. The constant-load test specifies a method for the determination of elongation, creep and tension set of rubbers subjected to a constant load at standard laboratory temperature.

The test methods are intended to measure the elastic properties of rubber in the hardness range of 20 IRHD to 94 IRHD. The creep measurement is not recommended for product design or the evaluation of low-creep materials. For these, reference should be made to ISO 8013. No agreement between the results of this test or those of ISO 8013 should be inferred.
2 LGM17ISC/N-002Wr 55.00 MS ISO 3821: 2002 Gas welding equipment – Rubber hoses for welding, cutting and allied processes (ISO 3821:1998, IDT) This Malaysian Standard specifies requirements for rubber hoses, (including twin hoses) for welding, cutting and allied processes. The term "allied processes" means, in particular, heating, brazing and metallization.

This standard specifies requirements for rubber hoses for normal duty up to 2 MPa (20 bar) and light duty limited to hoses for maximum operating pressure up to 1 MPa (10 bar) and with nominal bore less than or equal to 6.3 mm.

This standard pertains to hoses operated at temperatures -20 °C to +60 °C.

Plastic hoses are excluded from this standard.

Different colours and markings are specified for identification of the gas.

1. If hoses for liquefied petrol gases are used without regulators the use of light duty rubber hoses is not allowed.
2. In the case of hoses for use with liquid flux dispensers fitted in the fuel gas supply line, the manufacturer should be consulted on the suitability of the hoses for this application.

This standard applies to hoses used in:
— gas welding and cutting;
— arc welding under the protection of an inert or active gas;
— processes allied to welding and cutting.

This standard does not apply to hoses used for high pressure acetylene [more than 0.15 MPa (1.5 bar)].
3 LGM17ISC/N-003Wr 55.00 MS ISO 18899: 2008 Rubber – Guide to the calibration of test equipment (ISO 18899:2004,IDT) This Malaysian Standard outlines the principles of calibration of rubber test equipment and gives guidance on the general requirements for ensuring measurement traceability, establishing the basis for deciding calibration intervals and estimating measurement uncertainty
4 LGM17ISC/N-004 20.99 Rubber, vulcanised – Determination of free sulfur content This Malaysian Standard specifies a method for determination of free sulphur in vulcanised rubber and rubber products by an automatic analyser which uses a combustion process. This method is also applicable for compounded latex.

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