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    ASTM Technical Standards for Industry

    ASTM develops standard test methods, specifications, practices, guides, classifications, and terminology in 130 areas covering subjects such as metals, paints, plastics, textiles, petroleum, construction, energy, the environment, consumer products, medical services and devices, computerized systems, electronics, and many others. ASTM Headquarters has no technical research or testing facilities; such work is done voluntarily by the ASTM members located throughout the world.

    British Standards

    British Standards Online provides access to the complete collection of Standards from the British Standards Institution, including the European and International equivalents.


    Metodi di analisi su: Acque, Materiali di Riferimento, Adesivi, Pitture e Vernici, Ambienti di lavoro, Prodotti Petroliferi e Lubrificanti, Circuiti Inter-Laboratorio, Fluidi Lubrorefrigeranti, Suoli e Falde Contaminate.

    Catalogo UNI

    Institute of Petroleum

    The Institute is an independent body that develops technical standards, codes and guidelines for the international oil and gas industry and provides comprehensive information about this sector.


    Consorzio Interuniversitario di Ricerca Metodologie Analitiche e Controllo di Qualità.


    Industry Standards, Technical Books and Training Materials. View Standards Catalogs: API, ASME, ASTM International, AWWA, CSA,, Hydraulic Institute, IEC, IEEE.

    Organizzazione Nazionale Assaggiatori Olio di Oliva.

    Normative analitiche e metodi per la caratterizzazione dell' olio di oliva.

    Carta e cartone: Analisi di laboratorio, Gifco, Aticelca, Klemm, Iso.

    Quali sono le analisi che si effettuano sulle carte? Quali sulle paste? Qual'è il metodo da utilizzare per capire la fibrosità di un impasto, o la tensione di un imballaggio?E' riportato l'elenco delle analisi di laboratorio che si effettuano durante i controlli in produzione delle varie categorie merceologiche.

    ULTRA Scientific EPA Methods

    Download EPA 500 series methods, Methods for determining organics in drinking water. Download EPA 600 series methods, Methods for determining organics in waste water. Download EPA 8000 series methods, Methods for determining organics in ground water.

    American National Standards Institute

    The ANSI Federation’s primary goal is to enhance the global competitiveness of U.S. business and the American quality of life by promoting and facilitating voluntary consensus standards and ensuring their integrity. The Institute, which is active in both national and international standardization, recently worked with representatives from the public- and private-sectors to develop a National Standards Strategy (NSS) for the United States. This document establishes a framework that can be used by all interests including companies, government, nongovernmental organizations, standards developers and consumers, to further improve U.S. competitiveness abroad while continuing to provide strong support for domestic markets. Using the NSS as a guide, ANSI is successfully facing the standardization challenges of a global economy while addressing key quality-of-life issues such as safety and the environment.

    EPA - TTN NELAC - National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference

    The National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference (NELAC) is a voluntary association of State and Federal agencies with full opportunity for input from the private sector. NELAC's purpose is to establish and promote mutually acceptable performance standards for the operation of environmental laboratories. EPA's National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAP) office provides support to NELAC and evaluation of the accrediting authority programs.

    EPA Ground Water & Drinking Water & Analytical Methods for Drinking, Water & Analytical Methods and Sources

    Methods Approved for Compliance Monitoring. The following has been prepared as a reference tool which can be used to locate the source of a specific method. It is a numerical listing of analytical methods that EPA has approved for drinking water compliance monitoring of chemical, microbiological, and radionuclide parameters. Be certain to verify that both the method and the specific revision of that method are appropriate for compliance monitoring under a given rule (See Analytical Methods Approved for Drinking Water Compliance Monitoring).

    EPA Manual of Manuals - Laboratory Analytical Methods Manuals.

    Manual of Manuals. Summaries and Ordering Information for Eight Laboratory Analytical Chemistry Methods Manuals Published by the former Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory-Cincinnati (EMSL-Cincinnati) Between 1988 and 1995. - Prepared by William L. Budde. This document contains the titles, publication numbers, dates of publication, ordering information, abstracts, tables of contents, analyte-method cross reference lists, and Introductions to eight laboratory analytical chemistry methods manuals published by the former Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory-Cincinnati (EMSL-Cincinnati) between 1988 and 1995.

    National Institute of Standards and Technology.

    Founded in 1901, NIST is a non-regulatory federal agency within the U.S. Commerce Department's Technology Administration. NIST's mission is to develop and promote measurement, standards, and technology to enhance productivity, facilitate trade, and improve the quality of life. NIST carries out its mission in four cooperative programs: the NIST Laboratories, conducting research that advances the nation's technology infrastructure and is needed by U.S. industry to continually improve products and services; the Baldrige National Quality Program, which promotes performance excellence among U.S. manufacturers, service companies, educational institutions, and health care providers; conducts outreach programs and manages the annual Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award which recognizes performance excellence and quality achievement; the Manufacturing Extension Partnership, a nationwide network of local centers offering technical and business assistance to smaller manufacturers; and the Advanced Technology Program, which accelerates the development of innovative technologies for broad national benefit by co-funding R&D partnerships with the private sector. NIST has an operating budget of about $810 million and operates in two locations: Gaithersburg, Md., (headquarters—234-hectare/578-acre campus) and Boulder, Colo., (84-hectare/208-acre campus). NIST employs about 3,000 scientists, engineers, technicians, and support and administrative personnel. About 1,600 guest researchers complement the staff. In addition, NIST partners with 2,000 manufacturing specialists and staff at affiliated centers around the country.

    National Technical Information Service

    NTIS is the federal government's central source for the sale of scientific, technical, engineering, and related business information by or for the U.S. government and complementary materials from international sources. Approximately 2.5 million products are available in a variety of formats including online, electronic, multimedia, CD-ROM , paper, and microfiche.

    Test Methods: SW-846 on-line

    SW-846 contains over 200 documents, including the Table of Contents, Disclaimer, Preface, Chapters One through Thirteen, and many different methods for the sampling and analysis of wastes. All of the documents found in the Third Edition of SW-846, as updated by Updates I, II, IIA, IIB, III and IIIA, are located at this site. Just click on the appropriate document type at the top of this page, which will in turn take you to a complete listing of the applicable documents and links to each of those documents. For example, in order to locate Method 1311, the TCLP, click on the phrase "1000 Series," which will take you to a listing of the SW-846 methods in the 1000 series. Chapter One -- Quality Control [PDF Format 272 KB] Chapter Two -- Choosing the Correct Procedure [PDF Format 342 KB] Chapter Three -- Inorganic Analytes [PDF Format 61 KB] Chapter Four -- Organic Analytes [PDF Format 101 KB] Chapter Five -- Miscellaneous Test Methods [PDF Format 19 KB] Chapter Six -- Properties [PDF Format 25 KB] Chapter Seven -- Characteristics Introduction and Regulatory Definitions [PDF Format 109 KB] Chapter Eight -- Methods for Determining Characteristics [PDF Format 30 KB] Chapter Nine -- Sampling Plan [PDF Format 762 KB] Chapter Ten -- Sampling Methods [PDF Format 26 KB] Chapter Eleven -- Ground Water Monitoring [PDF Format 84 KB] Chapter Twelve -- Land Treatment Monitoring [PDF Format 220 KB] Chapter Thirteen -- Incineration [PDF Format 228 KB]

    Refinery Technology Online (RTOL).

    RTOL Laboratory is a platform for the refinery chemists for sharing and exchanging technical information, knowledge, know-how and expertise on matters concerning laboratory such as test methods, specifications, analytical instruments etc within Oil Refinery industry. Dr.Rao is the managing editor of this section. He's the author of the following articles posted on RTOL:
    Test Methods:
    Analysis of Scales, Sludges and Deposits. Hydrocarbon Gases In Crude Oil, Identification of oil in cooling water, Evaluation of Diesel Stabilisers, Determination of the Composition of Acid Gas, Evaluation of Oxidation Inhibitors for Motor Gasoline, Evaluation of Demulsifiers, D 97 - Pour Point of Petroleum Products, Test Methods for sulfur.

    Miscelanous Articles:
    Identification of Leaking Stream in FCC Naphtha Splitter, Hydrocarbon Traces In Purging Nitrogen, Use Of Drager Tubes For Gases Under High Pressure , Protection of GC Detectors from Acid Gases.

    APAT: Manuali e linee guida, metodi analitici.

    Nuova edizione del manuale "Metodi analitici per le acque". Gli adeguamenti normativi in campo ambientale, sempre più orientati ad una gestione delle risorse idriche che assicuri al contempo la protezione degli ecosistemi acquatici e la salvaguardia della salute dell’uomo, determinano una richiesta crescente di metodi analitici standardizzati che consentano il monitoraggio ed il controllo delle emissioni e la classificazione dei corpi idrici. Per far fronte a tale esigenza l’IRSA-CNR (Istituto di Ricerca sulle Acque del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche) e l’APAT hanno svolto congiuntamente un’attività di revisione dei Metodi Analitici per le Acque la cui precedente versione, curata dall’IRSA-CNR ed edita dal Poligrafico dello Stato, risale al 1995. La nuova opera, in tre volumi, è ora disponibile in linea.

    Metodi microbiologici di analisi del compost: Studio finalizzato all’acquisizione di elementi tecnici a supporto dell’elaborazione di proposte di normativa tecnica e della piena applicazione delle normative vigenti in materia di compost.

    Metodi di misura delle emissioni olfattive: Gli odori costituiscono uno degli aspetti più negativi del trattamento e smaltimento dei rifiuti. L'impatto olfattivo ha delle forti ricadute sull'accettazione degli impianti da parte della popolazione, specialmente per la loro vicinanza ai centri urbani. Il volume offre una base scientifica accurata, che serve ad elaborare norme tecniche in materia.

    Metodi di analisi del compost: Sintesi dei risultati di un’indagine riguardante metodiche per la caratterizzazione del compost di qualità, estesa ai fanghi di depurazione, fertilizzanti commerciali, suoli.

    Associazione tessile italiana

    Metodologie di controllo: Per ogni destinazione di prodotto, per ogni fibra interessata, per le varie lavorazioni (tinto in tops/ fiocco, tinto in filo, in pezza, stampato in applicazione) e per i due grandi gruppi di intreccio (catena/trama e maglia), sono previsti: - simboli di etichettatura di manutenzione - prove di solidità del colore (codice prova da 20 a 48) - prove di stabilità dimensionale (codice prova da 61 a 68) - prove fisico-meccaniche (codice prova da 71 a 90) - prove varie (codice prova da 91 a 94

    Metodiche di campionamento e di analisi degli inquinanti dell’aria ambiente previsti dalla normativa.

    La normativa nazionale attualmente in vigore indica delle metodiche di campionamento e di analisi degli inquinanti dell’aria ambiente. Tuttavia il recente Decreto Legislativo n. 351 del 4/8/1999, che ha recepito la direttiva comunitaria 96/62/CE (direttiva quadro sulla qualità dell’aria ambiente), nell’articolo 13 - abrogazione di norme, abroga tutti questi metodi a decorrere dalla data di entrata in vigore dei recepimenti delle "direttiva figlie" relative ai diversi inquinanti. Infatti la direttiva quadro stabilisce che per ciascuno degli inquinanti principali dell’aria ambiente il Consiglio Europeo adotti una specifica direttiva derivata o “figlia”. Le varie direttive “figlie” forniscono indicazioni sui nuovi metodi che sarà necessario adottare in futuro. Le metodiche di campionamento ed analisi qui indicate sono generalmente applicabili in zone con livello d’inquinamento medio-alto, cioè per stazioni di rilevamento situate nelle città o in prossimità d’impianti industriali. Non sono invece applicabili nelle situazioni in cui le concentrazioni degli inquinanti siano molto basse, tali da richiedere metodi di campionamento ed analisi più sensibili. Questo è il caso di stazioni situate in zone rurali e/o remote.

    EPA Ground Water: Approved Methods for Inorganic Chemicals and Other Contaminants

    Analysis for the following contaminants shall be conducted in accordance with the methods in the following Table, or their equivalent as determined by EPA. The monitoring requirements for these contaminants are specified in 40 CFR at Subpart C §141.23, Subpart E §141.41, and Subpart I §141.80 - 141.91 and Subpart L §141.131. Criteria for analyzing arsenic, barium, beryllium, cadmium, calcium, chromium, copper, lead, nickel, selenium and thallium with digestion or directly without digestion, and other mandatory procedures are contained in Section IV of Technical Notes on Drinking Water Methods (EPA/600/R-94/173) available from National Technical Information Service, (NTIS) order number PB95-104766. Guidance on conducting asbestos analysis is also described in Section V of Technical Notes on Drinking Water Methods.

    Recently Developed Methods from the Office of Research and Development (ORD), DRINKING WATER METHODS

    The Office of Research and Development, National Exposure Research Laboratory (NERL), which was formerly identified as the Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory (EMSL), has historically been one of the most active EPA laboratories conducting drinking water methods research. Numerous analytical methods have been written and are available through the NTIS. Below are some recently developed analytical methods for drinking water. The methods are presented in Adobe Acrobat ® PDF format. EPA recommends that laboratories interested in using these methods for compliance monitoring check the Federal Register to determine if and when these methods are approved.

    Metodologie analitiche di riferimento

    Attività di monitoraggio dell’ambiente marino-costiero.

    ISO - International Organization for Standardization

    ISO is a network of the national standards institutes of 146 countries, on the basis of one member per country, with a Central Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland, that coordinates the system. ISO is a non-governmental organization: its members are not, as is the case in the United Nations system, delegations of national governments. Nevertheless, ISO occupies a special position between the public and private sectors. This is because, on the one hand, many of its member institutes are part of the governmental structure of their countries, or are mandated by their government. On the other hand, other members have their roots uniquely in the private sector, having been set up by national partnerships of industry associations. Therefore, ISO is able to act as a bridging organization in which a consensus can be reached on solutions that meet both the requirements of business and the broader needs of society, such as the needs of stakeholder groups like consumers and users.

    Nature Methods

    Nature Methods is a forum for the publication of novel methods and significant improvements to tried-and-tested techniques in the life sciences and related area of chemistry. This monthly publication is aimed at a broad, interdisciplinary audience of academic and industry researchers actively involved in laboratory practice. It provides them with new tools to conduct their research and places a strong emphasis on the immediate practical relevance of the work presented

    Sinal - Metodi

    Validazione dei metodi, Controllo di qualità per analisi di residui, APAT-IRSA: Metodi analitici per le acque, DM 25-08-2000 , Aggiornamento dei metodi di campionamento, analisi e valutazione degli inquinanti, Modifiche del regolamento (CEE) n. 2676/90, Modifiche del regolamento (CEE) n. 2568/91, Metodi analitici per le acque destinate al consumo umano, Residui di pesticidi in prodotti alimentari, Controllo microbiologico delle superfici, Validazione dei metodi microbiologici alternativi, Termostati per microbiologia, Microbiologia: conservazione dei campioni congelati, Diossine EPA 1613: uso dei sistemi automatici di preparazione del campione, Diossine nei mangimi ed alimenti, PCB e PCT: Definizione dei metodi di riferimento, Attuazione della direttiva 98/83/CE relativa alla qualità delle acque destinate al consumo umano, Metodi d'analisi comunitari di riferimento applicabili nel settore delle bevande spiritose, Metodi di analisi per il controllo ufficiale degli alimenti per animali, Mezzi di coltura per microbiologia: pubblicata la norma UNI EN 12322 , Metodi di analisi del suolo, Densità dei vini e distillati , Metodi di analisi del latte e prodotti lattiero-caseari , Procedure e metodi OIV, Metodi di analisi per i fertilizzanti, Incertezza di misura in microbiologia.