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Joshua Spencer
Engineering,
Canada, Joined Jan 2013, 10

Joshua Spencer

Engineering,
Canada,
Joined Jan 2013
10
17:58 Apr-18-2017
ISO 5579 1998

I'm looking for ISO 5579 1998 in order to figure out the GI, GII, GIII classifications for film. The new version now goes to ISO 11699-1 which has C1, C2, C3 classifications. Unfortunately the code we're being held to stipulates the older version...

 
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James Scalf
NDT Inspector,
Global Integrity, Canada, Joined Oct 2012, 274

James Scalf

NDT Inspector,
Global Integrity,
Canada,
Joined Oct 2012
274
18:12 Apr-19-2017
Re: ISO 5579 1998
In Reply to Joshua Spencer at 17:58 Apr-18-2017 (Opening).

Joshua,

I am not sure where you are getting your information regarding ISO 5579 but it is still a current and valid standard within ISO. As a matter of fact the most recent copy I have is from 2013-12-01 and is the third edition.

I obtained my copy through IHS standards website.

Hope this helps...

James

 
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Joshua Spencer
Engineering,
Canada, Joined Jan 2013, 10

Joshua Spencer

Engineering,
Canada,
Joined Jan 2013
10
19:04 Apr-19-2017
Re: ISO 5579 1998
In Reply to James Scalf at 18:12 Apr-19-2017 .

James,

Thank you for your response but let me clarify what I'm asking as well as correct myself a little. CSA 245.1 (2014) still references GI/GII classification for film and points you in the direction of ISO 5579 (2013) to find these classifications. The problem is that ISO 5579 no longer uses this classification and now has adopted ISO 11699-1. My issue is that I need to cross reference the GI/GII classifications and can't find it in anything after mid 1980's. I was not hoping for a bootlegged copy I was hoping someone had a table with the GI/GII classifications.

 
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James Scalf
NDT Inspector,
Global Integrity, Canada, Joined Oct 2012, 274

James Scalf

NDT Inspector,
Global Integrity,
Canada,
Joined Oct 2012
274
14:08 Apr-20-2017
Re: ISO 5579 1998
In Reply to Joshua Spencer at 19:04 Apr-19-2017 .

Download Film Classification Tables DIN to ISO and other standards

Joshua,

First let me say I was not accusing you of fishing for any boot leg copies of standards I was only attempting to warn you about the perception of your original post. I got burned by a similar post a few years ago and was only trying to save you the aggravation I went through regarding this.

I am sorry for the delay in getting the information for you as I wanted to ensure my facts before I sent you incorrect information.

The GI/GII/GIII Film Classifications are found in older DIN standards which have now been largely replaced by the ISO 11699 Film Classification CI/CII/CIII.

I have attached a PDF with two tables showing the comparison. The first page of the PDF is a set of tables is taken directly from the GE Industrix Film Brochure and the second was scanned from an older AGFA book I was able to track down in our library from the 1980's.

Hopefully this helps you in your situation. Cheers...

James
 
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