Scope This document applies to the production and supply of ready-mixed concrete for buildings, cast in situ. The standard applies to ready-mixed concrete (including self-consolidating concrete) delivered to the purchaser in an unhardened, fresh state. This document applies to the constituent materials, plant and equipment and production control systems used in the production of ready-mixed concrete. This standard applies to ready-mixed concrete orders where the minimum compressive cylinder strength is specified by the purchaser. It does not apply to ready-mixed concrete orders where the purchaser specifies the mixture proportions, also referred to as prescribed mixes. Status: Current | Published: 2023
Scope This National Standard specifies safety requirements for all electrical appliances for use in Trinidad and Tobago. It also specifies labelling information to be placed on the appliances as well as information to be placed on the packaging for such appliances. This standard applies to appliances intended for use at either of the following nominal supply voltages:
- 115 volts, with a relative tolerance of ± 6 %; or
- 230 volts, with a relative tolerance of ± 6 %.
All Importers, Prospective Importers, Manufacturers/Designers, Distributors & Other Stakeholders of Garments and Textile Products. Click here to register TTCS 10: 2021 is free and can be obtained by using the link below: https://gottbs.com/product/ttcs-102021-garments-and-textiles-compulsory-requirements/
The Circular Economy We live in a world where the linear economy, referred to as the take-make-dispose model, prevails. It exists where resources are used to satisfy consumer product demands leading to unnecessary wastage. In the linear economy many companies manufacture products, which originate from massive amounts of non-recyclable, non-biodegradable,...
Dr Denise M. Beckles October 2023 The growing interest in the environment and sustainable development in Trinidad and Tobago and around the region has resulted in a variety of efforts to reduce the use of single use plastics. The Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards has developed, in conjunction with...
TTCS 12-2:2022, Electric Cables – Thermosetting Insulated, Armoured Cables of Rated Voltages of 600/1000 V and 1900/3300 V for Fixed Installations
This standard specifies the compulsory requirements for the construction and performance of thermosetting insulated, armoured electric cables for voltages of 600/1000 V and 1900/3300 V. This standard is applicable to electric cables for use in fixed installations in industrial areas, buildings or similar applications, of the following types: a) 600/1000 V cables, wire armoured and oversheathed, having single-core, two-, three-, four- and five-core stranded copper conductor; b) 600/1000 V multicore auxiliary cables, wire armoured and overheathed, stranded copper conductor; and c) 1900/3300 V cables, wire armoured and oversheathed, having single-core or three-core stranded copper conductor. This standard is applicable to electric cables that are designed for a maximum sustained conductor temperature of 90 °C and for a maximum short-circuit conductor temperature of 250 °C (for a maximum of 5 s). NOTE Limitation on the temperature of the cables may be imposed in situations where they might be touched or where they could touch other materials. Status: Current | Published: 2022 | Replaces: TTS/BS 5467:2012
This standard specifies the compulsory requirements for flexible cords, elevator cables, and hoistway cables rated 600 V maximum and electric vehicle cables rated 1000 V maximum and intended for use in accordance with TTS 171: Part 1, Trinidad and Tobago Electrical Wiring Code – Part 1 – Low voltage installations. This standard covers the following products: a) Service cords; b) Elevator cables; c) Hoistway cables; d) Heater cords; e) Range and dryer cords; f) Cords for decorative lighting; g) Tinsel and lamp cords; h) Special use cords; and i) Electric vehicle cables. Status: Current | Published: 2022 | Replaces: TTS/UL 62:2008