ASTM Standards & Digital Library (ASTM)
From the vendor:
ASTM International, formerly known as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), is a globally recognized leader in the development and delivery of international voluntary consensus standards. Today, some 12,000 ASTM standards are used around the world to improve product quality, enhance safety, facilitate market access and trade, and to build consumer confidence.
- ASTM Complete SEDL (Standards & Engineering Library) PLUS - includes both current/active versions of standards as well as historical and redlined versions of standards, manuals/monographs, STPs, Data Series and 9 journals (Smart and Sustainable Manufacturing Systems (SSMS) was added in 2017)
Additional and Third-Party Modules
- API Standards & Tech Content
- AWS Standards & Tech Content
- AWWA Standards & Tech Content
- ASTM Videos (embedded within the standards)
- AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials)
- AATCC (American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists)
- IES (Illuminating Engineering Society)
- All European Normative Standards (ENs) and European ISO adopted Standards (in partnership with AENOR)
There is no static Table of Contents of standards, as each week about 300 standards are revised/re-approved/withdrawn or newly developed. click on the link provided and scroll to the bottom. From there you can browse by different options and get all 13000.
MARC records are available for the Digital Library resources (manuals, monographs, STPs, and journals down to the issue level but not the article level). The vendor's instructions are provided below. For assistance, please contact OCLS. MARC records are not available for the Standards.
Access the MARC records from the SEDL home page after clicking on the User Resources button. Under the heading For Libraries click on MARC Records. You will be asked to enter your contact information before you begin to download the records.
There are multiple records within the few files that contain the MARC records for the Journals, Manuals, Monographs, and STPs. There are breaks between the different records.
The MARC records are produced on a periodic basis. The files are named so that you can identify the files that you have not previously downloaded. (From Digital Library User Resources.pdf.)