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Standards Incorporated by Reference (SIBR) Database

NOTE: This database has not been updated since August 16, 2016 and is being provided as a source for historical data. Data and information released from the Standards Incorporated by Reference databases at NIST are provided on an "AS IS" basis, without representation or warranty of any kind, including without limitation the warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement. Data and/or information may contain errors or be incomplete.

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Incorporated By (Agency) FR Citation CFR Citation Document Number Title of Standard Standard Publishing Organization
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 4010, Length-Weight Relation; Thread; Yards Per Pound (m/kg)
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 4010, Length-Weight Relation; Thread; Yards Per Pound (m/kg)
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 4100, Strength and Elongation, Breaking; and Tenacity; of Thread and Yarn; Single Strand
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 4100, Strength and Elongation, Breaking; and Tenacity; of Thread and Yarn; Single Strand
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 4100, Strength and Elongation, Breaking; and Tenacity; of Thread and Yarn; Single Strand
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 4100, Strength and Elongation, Breaking; and Tenacity; of Thread and Yarn; Single Strand
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5100, Strength and Elongation, Breaking of Woven Cloth: Grab Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5100, Strength and Elongation, Breaking of Woven Cloth: Grab Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5132, Strength of Cloth, Tearing; Falling-Pendulum Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5132, Strength of Cloth, Tearing; Falling-Pendulum Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5134, Strength of Cloth, Tearing: Tongue Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5134, Strength of Cloth, Tearing: Tongue Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5762, Mildew Resistance of Textile Materials: Soil Burial Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5762, Mildew Resistance of Textile Materials: Soil Burial Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5804, Weathering Resistance of Cloth; Accelerated Weathering Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5804, Weathering Resistance of Cloth; Accelerated Weathering Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5804, Weathering Resistance of Cloth; Accelerated Weathering Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5804.1, Weathering Resistance of Cloth: Accelerated Weathering Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Method 5804.1, Weathering Resistance of Cloth: Accelerated Weathering Method
Federal Railroad Administration Federal Standard 191A Textile Test Method 5830, Leaching Resistance of Cloth: Standard Method
Federal Railroad Administration Federal Standard 191A Textile Test Method 5830, Leaching Resistance of Cloth: Standard Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Textile Test Methods, Method 5304.1, Abrasion Reistance of Cloth, Oscillatory Cylinder (Wyzenbek) Method
Coast Guard Federal Standard 191A Textile Test Methods, Method 5304.1, Abrasion Reistance of Cloth, Oscillatory Cylinder (Wyzenbek) Method

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