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Report on our company's participation in the 2014 ISO/TC2 International Fastener Standardization Annual Conference in Milan


Release time:

2017-12-25

The 2014 ISO/TC2 (International Organization for Standardization/Technical Committee for Fasteners) meeting was held from October 13-17 at the Italian National Bureau for Standardization (UNI) in Milan, Italy, with UNI as the host. Mr. Fautras and Mr. Brahimi, the Secretariat of ISO/TC2 Fasteners, respectively chaired five days of ISO/TC2 meetings. Nearly 36 representatives from 12 countries, including China, Germany, the United States, France, Italy, Australia, Japan, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Canada, and Spain, attended the ISO/TC2 fastener standardization work conference.

The 2014 ISO/TC2 (International Organization for Standardization/Technical Committee for Fasteners) meeting was held from October 13-17 at the Italian National Bureau for Standardization (UNI) in Milan, Italy, with UNI as the host. Mr. Fautras and Mr. Brahimi, the Secretariat of ISO/TC2 Fasteners, respectively chaired five days of ISO/TC2 meetings. Nearly 36 representatives from 12 countries, including China, Germany, the United States, France, Italy, Australia, Japan, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Canada, and Spain, attended the ISO/TC2 fastener standardization work conference.

A 5-member Chinese delegation, led by Secretary General Ding Baoping of the National Fastener Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC85), attended this annual meeting in China. Our company's senior engineer, Ren Chibing, was also invited to participate in the entire ISO/TC2 conference as a member of P. Our company has always attached great importance to fastener standardization work, closely monitoring and tracking the development direction, dynamics, and trends of international fastener standardization work. Our company's dispatch of personnel to participate in ISO/TC2 work meetings has a certain positive effect on promoting our fastener standardization and technical work.

The Technical Committee for Standardization of Fasteners in our country attaches great importance to this year's ISO conference. On September 16th, our company held a symposium in Hangzhou, where experts from major domestic fastener exports and wind power fastener production enterprises participated in the discussion of the voting opinions of the Chinese delegation at the ISO/TC2 conference. The conference documents and topics distributed by ISO/TC2 were thoroughly deliberated and discussed, combined with China's work experience and requirements in fastener standardization, and China's conference proposals and requirements were prepared.

During the five-day meeting, the attending experts carefully listened to and reviewed the draft standards and documents of ISO/TC2 "Basic Standards for Fasteners" SC7, SC12 "Internal Thread Fasteners", SC11 "External Thread Fasteners", SC14 "Surface Coating", and WG13 "Non threaded Fasteners" from the working group. The standards proposed for revision and review in the past year mainly include: ISO/PWI 898/3, ISO/CD 4759/3, ISO/DIS 2320, ISO/DIS 1048, ISO 898/2, ISO/PWI 4042 (13th draft), ISO/FDIS 10683, ISO/FDIS 1891/2, ISO/PWI 1891/3, ISO/PWI 1891/4, ISO/CD 16228, ISO/NP 3269, ISO 4014, 4017, and other standard documents. The meeting carefully and enthusiastically discussed and reviewed each item according to the standard text. As a member state of P, our country has also reviewed various text clauses, proposals, and agendas. Based on our experience and experience in fastener standardization work, we have fully expressed opinions and proposed revision suggestions. Regarding the standard clauses and draft standards that should be voted on in the review, Ding Baoping, the head of our delegation, cast a vote, which was recognized and affirmed by experts from participating countries, especially the Secretary General of ISO International Fasteners.

Our company has ventured into the market from producing petrochemical fasteners, to now producing high-strength and high-end fasteners for wind energy, and now participating in the revision of international standards, winning the voice of the market and standards. The one who sets standards wins the world. In today's globalized economy, the standard struggle is the market struggle. Whoever sets standards has the say; Whoever masters the standards means that they have the entry ticket to enter the market first. Meanwhile, companies that set standards will to some extent become the setters of the industry's development trajectory. If we can take a leading position in the process of formulating national standards and reflect our company's technical standards as much as possible in the national standards, it will become increasingly important to enhance our company's advantageous position in the international and domestic markets.