From Assistive products to Zinc alloys.
Here you’ll find a list of the ISO technical committees in the order in which they were created. The first, TC1, deals with screw threads and was created back in 1947. While, more recently, TC 323 was created to standardize the circular economy.
Clicking on the committee name will give you more specific information, such as who’s the chairman and which ISO member holds the secretariat. You can also consult the program of work to see what meetings are coming up and what standards are in the pipeline.
|Reference||Title||ISOTC working area||Published standards||Standards under development|
|ISO/TC 17||Steel||Working area||311||37|
|ISO/TC 18||Zinc and zinc alloys [STANDBY]||Working area||10||0|
|ISO/TC 25||Cast irons and pig irons||Working area||17||3|
|ISO/TC 26||Copper and copper alloys||Working area||28||0|
|ISO/TC 79||Light metals and their alloys||Working area||104||26|
|ISO/TC 102||Iron ore and direct reduced iron||Working area||80||9|
|ISO/TC 107||Metallic and other inorganic coatings||Working area||150||21|
|ISO/TC 119||Powder metallurgy||Working area||71||8|
|ISO/TC 132||Ferroalloys||Working area||69||2|
|ISO/TC 155||Nickel and nickel alloys||Working area||31||4|
|ISO/TC 156||Corrosion of metals and alloys||Working area||90||27|
|ISO/TC 164||Mechanical testing of metals||Working area||92||16|
|ISO/TC 183||Copper, lead, zinc and nickel ores and concentrates||Working area||27||7|
|ISO/TC 298||Rare earth||Working area||0||11|