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Work programme

July 2018

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
Email: sda@lgm.gov.my


Stage code descriptionNo of project
10.99 New project approved by ISC  
20.00 New project submitted to Standards Malaysia
20.99 New project approved by Standards Malaysia
30.20 DMS under deliberation by TC/WG 1
30.99 DMS approved for public comment  
40.20 DMS circulated for public comment
40.60 DMS and comments study/ballot by TC/WG  
40.92 DMS referred back to TC/WG  
50.20 DMS study/ballot for ISC acceptance 2
50.99DMS accepted by AC  
55.00 FDMS submitted to Standards Malaysia for Minister approval
55.99FDMS approved by Minister  
60.00 MS under Publication
60.60 MS Published
95.99 Withdrawal of MS
Total   3

New ISC-N Project for Year 2018
NoProject No Stage codeTitle Scope
1 LGM17ISC/N-004R0 30.20 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.
2 LGM18ISC/N-001R3 50.20 MS ISO 37: 2015 Rubber, vulcanized or thermoplastic - Determination of tensile stress-strain properties (Second revision) This Malaysian Standard describes a method for the determination of the tensile stress-strain properties of vulcanized and thermoplastic rubbers. The properties which can be determined are tensile strength, elongation at break, stress at a given elongation, elongation at a given stress, stress at yield and elongation at yield.
3 LGM18ISC/N-002R2 50.20 MS ISO 4662:2013 Rubber, vulcanized or thermoplastic - Determination of rebound resilience (First revision) (ISO 4662:2009, IDT) This Malaysian Standard specifies two methods for determining the rebound resilience of rubber the hardness of which lies between 30 IRHD and 85 IRHD. They are the pendulum method and the tripsometer method.

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