For Public Comment: TTCS 12-1:20XX, FLEXIBLE CORDS AND CABLES

We invite you to share your views on the draft compulsory National Standard.Click here to view the draft standardClick here to submit commentsClosing Date for Comments – 14th June 2021 For further information, please contact:Kenlee Hadai, Standards Officer, Standardization DivisionEmail: kenlee.hadai@ttbs.org.ttPhone: (868) 662-8827 ext. 2050...

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T&T Receives International Recognition For Mass And Related Quantities

The Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS) has pursued and achieved international recognition for Calibration and Measurement Capabilities (CMCs) in Mass and Related Quantities by participating in the International Committee for Weights and Measures – Mutual Recognition Arrangement (CIPM-MRA).  This arrangement has placed Trinidad and Tobago in an internationally accepted framework to demonstrate its equivalence of its measurement standards and calibration...

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TTS 171: Part 2: 2002, Trinidad and Tobago Electrical Wiring Code – Part 2 – High Voltage Installations

Introduction TTBS is in the process of revising TTS 171: Part 2: 2002, Trinidad and Tobago Electrical Wiring Code – Part 2 – High voltage installations. The current version was published in 2002 and there have since been significant improvements in technology and practices. Therefore, we would like to hear from the electrical fraternity, about any issues which should be addressed in...

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For Public Comment: PCTTS/CRS 59:20XX, ENERGY LABELLING – AIR CONDITIONERS – REQUIREMENTS

We invite you to share your views on the voluntary National Standard. Click here to view the draft standard Click here to submit comments Closing Date for Comments – 29th April 2021 For further information, please contact:Kimberly Badloo, Standards Officer, Standardization DivisionEmail: Kimberly.badloo@ttbs.org.ttPhone: (868) 662-8827 ext. 2042...

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Standards for withdrawal

The Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS) is reviewing its portfolio of National Standards to ensure that it is up-to-date and meets the need of stakeholders. A withdrawal of a National Standard is necessary in the following cases: The existing national standard may be revised or replaced by a new version of the standard. It is not technically valid or relevant....

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