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NSC I - Halal Standards (1)
| MS 2636:2019 - Halal medical device – General requirements |
This Malaysian Standard specifies the requirements in the manufacturing and handling of particular medical devices as specified by the halal competent authority (3.4) for the purpose of halal certification. NOTE. Industry may refer to the halal competent authority with regards to particular medical device eligible for halal medical device scheme.
NSC B - Chemicals and Materials (1)
| MS 133 : PART F7 : 1978 - METHOD OF TEST FOR PAINTS : PART F7 : DETERMINATION OF RESISTANCE TO WATER (WATER IMMERSION METHOD) |
This Part of the Malaysian Standard describes a procedure for the comparative determination of the resistance to water immersion of single coat films or multicoat systems of paints or related products. 1.2 The method gives an indication of the results likely to be obtained when painted articles are stored under conditions where prolonged condensation may be produced but not an extremely corrosive atmosphere. The method is not intended to reproduce any particular condition of condensation.
NSC U - Food and Food Products (1)
| MS 1480:2019 - Food safety according to Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) system (Second revision) |
This Malaysian Standard describes the requirements for food safety according to the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) system to ensure the safety of food during preparation, processing, manufacturing, packaging, storage, transportation, distribution, handling or offering for sale or supply in any sector of the food chain.
NSC S - Electrical and Electronics Equipments and Accessories (1)
| MS IEC 61010-2-032:2008 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR MEASUREMENT, CONTROL, AND LABORATORY USE - PART 2-032: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR HAND-HELD AND HAND-MANIPULATED CURRENT SENSORS FOR ELECTRICAL TEST AND MEASUREMENT (IEC 61010-2-032:2002, IDT) |
1 Scope and object This clause of part 1 is applicable, except as follows: 1.1 Scope Replacement: This International Standard applies to the HAND-HELD and hand-manipulated CURRENT SENSORS described below. These CURRENT SENSORS are for use in the measurement of current without physically opening the current path of the circuit being measured. They may be stand-alone CURRENT SENSORS or accessories to other equipment. CURRENT SENSORS require hand manipulation before or after a test or measurement, but do not necessarily need to be HAND-HELD during the test or measurement. Type A CURRENT SENSOR: a CURRENT SENSOR designed to be applied around or removed from uninsulated HAZARDOUS LIVE conductors. Type A CURRENT SENSORS have defined HAND-HELD or hand-manipulated parts providing protection against electric shock from the conductor being measured, and also have protection against short-circuits between wires and busbars during clamping. Type B CURRENT SENSOR: a CURRENT SENSOR which has protection against a short-circuit between wires or busbars during clamping but without defined HAND-HELD or handmanipulated parts which provide protection against electric shock during clamping. Additional protective means are necessary to avoid electric shock from HAZARDOUS LIVE conductors which cannot be de-energised during application or removal of the CURRENT SENSOR. NOTE Type B CURRENT SENSORS include flexible CURRENT SENSORS. Type C CURRENT SENSOR: a CURRENT SENSOR without protection against short-circuits between wires or busbars during clamping. Type C CURRENT SENSORS are intended to be applied to or removed from uninsulated HAZARDOUS LIVE conductors only when they are de-energised. NOTE Type C CURRENT SENSORS include some types of split-core transducers.
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