DIN/ EN/ ISO DIFFERENCES
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DIN/ EN/ ISO DIFFERENCES
DIN/ EN/ ISO 区 别
Gain an insight into the difference between DIN, EN and ISO standards
Normally standards are reviewed every five years to check if they are still state of the art. This is an important measure, even from the legal point of view. Complaints or even claims often arise due to the ignorance or non-compliance with current standards and the included cross references.
In recent years, a large number of DIN standards have been replaced by international DIN EN ISO standards. For industry companies it is indispensable to know which standards are valid and which are withdrawn. If repairing is necessary, the customer or the service mechanic should be able to obtain appropriate fasteners being state of the art.
近年来，大量的DIN标准被国际 DIN-EN-ISO 标准所取代。对于工业公司来说，了解哪些标准有效，哪些标准被废止是必不可少的。如果需要修理，客户或维修技师应能够获得最先进的紧固件。
Here you can find information on what changes have been made to the respective product standard and what differences between the DIN, EN and ISO standards this has caused. Get an overview and use the clear direct comparison of the withdrawn DIN standards and the current EN and ISO standards.
In the past, standardisation work in Germany was carried out on a national level by Deutsches Institut für Normung e. V. (DIN). On a European level there are also EN standards, as well as ISO standards on an international level, which are issued by the International Organization for Standardization.
过去，德国的标准化工作是由德国标准化协会（DIN）在国家层面上开展的。在欧洲，还有欧洲标准化组织（international Organization for standarization）发布的欧洲标准（EN）和国际标准化组织（ISO）标准。
The Differences 区 别
National standards (DIN) are largely being replaced by international and European standards. DIN standards are now only issued for products that have no ISO or EN standards
In accordance with the task and objective of the ISO, which was founded in 1946, international standards (ISO) are intended to standardise technical rules worldwide, thus simplifying the exchange of goods and removing trade barriers.
The purpose of European standards (EN) is to harmonise technical rules and laws within the single European market that was jointly established on 01/01/1993. As far as possible, existing ISO standards must generally be adopted as EN standards in unaltered form. The difference between ISO and EN standards is that, following the decision of the European Council, EN standards must be adopted and implemented immediately and without any changes as national standards in the member states, and, at the same time, the corresponding national standards must be withdrawn.
Differences Between DIN- EN- ISO Standards