Adhering to DIN (Deutsches Institut für Normung) standards is of critical importance for your quality control needs. At Industrial Physics, we have a wealth of knowledge on all types of testing standards – including DIN standards, ASTM standards, ISO standards, and TAPPI standards.
That’s because as test and inspection partners, our job is about more than just providing products. It’s about being there for you as a full test and inspection partner. And this includes knowing all of the factors that influence test and inspection solutions – in particular, how testing standards are affecting the space.
To help with this, we decided to put together a short response to some of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to DIN standards. Answering things like, “what are the different types of DIN standards?”, “which industries use DIN standards?”, and even simple questions like “what does to DIN stand for?” Take a look below for everything you need to know on DIN standards.
DIN stands for “Deutsches Institut für Normung” – this means German institute for Standardization.
DIN standards are regulated standards that allow businesses across a range of industries to ensure the integrity of their final product.
DIN was founded in 1917, meaning the organization has been in operation for more than 100 years!
Anyone can submit a proposal to create a DIN standard! The standards body explains it in detail here, but essentially if your proposal is accepted then a standards project is carried out according to a set of rules by the DIN Standards Committee.
Many industries conform to DIN standards to ensure the integrity of their products, packaging, and materials. And at Industrial Physics, we have solutions that span a range of these industries, including flexible packaging and many more.
Yes! By visiting our product page, you can search across a vast range of products. We have solutions that allow you to ensure the integrity of your packaging, products, and materials across a variety of testing applications.
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