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Standards in the ASU Library: AS-AWWA: ASTM

List of available industry standards from organizations whose acronyms are between "AS" and "AWWA".
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    AA-AFPA

    AGA-ANS

    ANSI

    ANSLG-ARMA

    AS-AWWA

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Please note ...

The ASU Library's standards collection is intended for the use of ASU faculty, staff and currently enrolled students. 

Individuals not affliated with ASU who live in the Phoenix metropolitan area are welcome to come to the Noble Library on the Tempe campus to view the standards.  Items in the collection are not available for checkout or loan to other libraries; because of copyright restrictions, we do not provide photocopies or scanned copies to those unaffiliated with ASU.  

ASTM (ASTM International)

  • ASTM Standards and Digital Library
    ASU has online access only for the current version of the standards with some limited access to recent superseded versions.  
     
  • Historical ASTM Standards
    If you need to access an older, historical version of the standard, you'll need to use the print series  "Annual Book of ASTM Standards".   ASU has this series for the years 1992-2011 v.2:3; these volumes are stored in our high-density collection.  To see a historical standard, first, get the volume and part number from the online database ...

    In this example, "Volume 0107" indicates this standard is located in volume 1, part 7.  You may request that volume 1, part 7 in the year you need to research, be shipped to which ever ASU Library you prefer by using the request button on the catalog record.  ASU students and faculty may request a scan of the specific standard by using the Interlibrary Loan service's article request form (article title is title of the standard, journal title is "Annual Book of Standards", for the page number put the standard number, and include the call number, TA401 .B6). 
  • The following ASTM standards are also available separately in addition to being in the "Annual Book":

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