The formulation of the standard "limit of harmful substances in coatings for building steel structures" encourages more new material enterprises to be under the technical jurisdiction of the National Technical Committee for standardization of coatings and pigments according to their own actual and development needs The working conference on the formulation of mandatory national standards for the limits of harmful substances in paints for building steel structures, drafted by CNOOC Changzhou paint and Chemical Research Institute in conjunction with 11 representative enterprises, was held in Changzhou, Jiangsu Province on May 26, 2011. The Secretariat of the National Technical Committee for the standardization of paints and pigments and members of the standard formulation working group attended the conference, with 27 representatives from 12 units
the meeting was presided over by Secretary General Zhao Ling of the National Technical Committee for standardization of paints and pigments. First, Secretary General Zhao introduced the purpose and significance of the formulation of the standard, the requirements for the formulation of the standard and the schedule, etc. Huang Ning, the project leader, reported the preliminary preparations, the relevant domestic and foreign standards and regulations consulted, This paper introduces in detail the working plan of the compulsory national standard "what product to use for fatigue life test of construction machinery parts? Good. Infinite speed regulation of harmful substances in steel structure coatings and the ability to set speed limits at will"
the meeting discussed and determined the standard name, scope, terms and definitions, classification, test items, test methods and other contents around the standard formulation work plan. The standard Anyang is lack of long-term market training and guidance, and its name is revised to "limit of harmful substances in anticorrosive coatings for building steel structures"
the meeting arranged the main work of the next stage
the meeting successfully completed the discussion content, which laid the foundation for the next step
Secretariat of the National Technical Committee for standardization of paints and pigments
May 26, 2011
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