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The British Standards Institution (BSI) is the UK’s national BS standard authority. This organization not only produces technical standards, but also provides certification services to companies. The BSI, originally established as the Engineering Standards Committee in 1901, is the British Standards Institution, which mainly serves the following purposes:

To reduce technical and international trade barriers and facilitate trade and develop common industry standards for this purpose
To reduce waste and simplify production and distribution processes for this purpose
Establish a framework to ensure economy, operations and interoperability
Identify compliance with standards to protect consumers and increase consumer confidence
To support the policy objectives of government agencies and provide effective alternatives to regulations where necessary
The British Standards Institution received this name in 1931. The Electrotechnical Standardization Strategic Advisory Council (ESSAC), which operates within the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), is the UK’s national committee. The British Standards Institution is a not-for-profit organization and provides global services in the fields of standardization, system assessment, product certification, training and consultancy services. Today, it is one of the world’s leading standard organizations. It produces standards in various sectors. Covers management program rules and specifications and technical issues from continuous management to quality requirements. The British Standards Institution also supports organizations seeking to achieve an EU standard. The CE mark is recognized as an application that complies with EU norms and the product complies with the requirements of EU directives.

Objectives of the BSI Standard Corporation
British BSi standards are non-mandatory standards that must be complied with or applied with a few exceptions. To date, BSI has developed around a thousand standards. These standards range from textile services to construction and medical devices to occupational health and safety, from information security to quality management and even environmental management. BSI develops standards and standardization solutions to meet the needs of society and the business community as the UK standards authority.

In recent years, businesses around the world have sought the help of the British Standards Institution in setting and monitoring their standards for quality, consistency and efficiency. These contributions are usually made in four main areas:

Standards development (businesses, trade associations, consumer groups, and government agencies seek to support standards development)
Product testing and certification (manufacturers, importers and retailers commit to BSI to independently assess their products for safety, reliability and quality)
Quality assurance (BSI responsible for BSF ISO 9000 (BS5750) and BS7750 environmental standard for UK quality management standard
International training (BSI provides training to implement and manage quality standards)

To download the file of each standard, click on its title

Standards BS 3643-2.1981

BRITISH STANDARD
ISO metric screw threads
Part 2: Specification for selected limits of size

Standards BS 3643-2.1981

BRITISH STANDARD
ISO metric screw threads
Part 2: Specification for selected limits of size

Standards BS 3643-2.1981

BRITISH STANDARD
ISO metric screw threads
Part 2: Specification for selected limits of size

Standards BS 3643-2.1981

BRITISH STANDARD
ISO metric screw threads
Part 2: Specification for selected limits of size

Standards BS 3643-2.1981

BRITISH STANDARD
ISO metric screw threads
Part 2: Specification for selected limits of size

Standards BS 3643-2.1981

BRITISH STANDARD
ISO metric screw threads
Part 2: Specification for selected limits of size