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THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE
No: 83/2002/TT-BTC
SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET NAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
Ha Noi, day 25 month 09 year 2002                          
OFFICIAL GAZETTE

OFFICIAL GAZETTE

No. 53 (25-10-2002)

 

THE MINISTRIES

THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE

CIRCULAR No. 83/2002/TT-BTC OF SEPTEMBER 25, 2002 PRESCRIBING THE REGIME OF COLLECTION, REMITTANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF THE USE OF STANDARDIZATION, MEASUREMENT AND QUALITY CONTROL CHARGES AND FEES

Pursuant to the October 6, 1999 Measurement Ordinance and the December 24, 1999 Goods Quality Ordinance;

Pursuant to the August 28, 2001 Charge and Fee Ordinance and the Government�s Decree No. 57/2002/ND-CP of June 3, 2002 detailing the implementation of the Charge and Fee Ordinance;

The Ministry of Finance hereby prescribes the regime of collection, remittance and management of the use of standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees, as follows:

A. CHARGES AND FEES FOR STATE MANAGEMENT OVER STANDARDIZATION, MEASUREMENT AND QUALITY CONTROL

I. PAYERS AND COLLECTION LEVELS

1. Vietnamese and foreign organizations and individuals shall have to pay charges and fees for State management over standardization, measurement and quality control under the provisions of this Circular when the State management agencies in charge of standardization, measurement and quality control or authorized agencies carry out the registration, testing and State inspection of product and goods quality as well as the checking of measuring equipment for them according to current law provisions.

2. The rates of standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees are specified in the tables of charge and fee rates, issued together with this Circular, including:

- The table in Appendix No. 1: The rates of charges, including the charge for testing of product or goods quality; the charge for State inspection of product or goods quality; and the charge for checking of measuring devices.

- The table in Appendix No. 2: The rates of the charges for registration and granting of standardization, measurement and quality control certificates

3. Standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees specified in this Circular shall be collected in Vietnam dong (VND).

II. ORGANIZATION OF THE COLLECTION, REMITTANCE, USE MANAGEMENT

1. The standardization, measurement and quality control agencies that register, test, inspect product and goods quality and/or check measuring devices according to law provisions shall have to:

a/ Organize the collection and remittance of standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees strictly according to the provisions of this Circular. Announce (or post up publicly) the rates of standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees at the head offices of the charge- and/or fee-collecting agencies. When collecting charges and fees, issue charge or fee receipts (of a type issued by the Ministry of Finance) to the payers.

b/ Open accounting books to monitor the collected and remitted amounts and used charge and fee amounts strictly according to the current legislation on accounting and statistics.

c/ Register, declare, and remit standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees under the guidance of the tax offices of the localities where they are headquartered.

d/ Make payment and settlement for charge and fee receipts as well as settlement of the charge and fee collection and remittance with the direct managing tax offices according to the regime of management of receipts and stamps prescribed by the Ministry of Finance.

2. The collected amounts of standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees shall be managed and used as follows:

a/ Before remitting the collected charge and fee amounts into the State budget, the standardization, measurement and quality control agencies may retain a portion in percentage (%) of the total collected charge and fee amounts. Concretely:

- 85% (eighty five per cent) of the charge for testing of product or goods quality, the charge for State inspection of product and goods quality, and the charge for checking of measuring devices.

- 10% (ten per cent) of the fee for registration and granting of standardization, measurement and quality control certificates.

b/ They remit into the State budget the remainder (the total amount of actually collected charges and fees minus the amounts retained according to the percentages specified at Item a of this point, including:

- 15% (fifteen per cent) of the charge for testing of product or goods quality; the charge for State inspection of product and goods quality, and the charge for checking of measuring devices.

- 90% (ninety per cent) of the fee for registration and granting of standardization, measurement and quality control certificates.

3. The standardization, measurement and quality control agencies may spend the charge and fee amounts retained according to the percentages specified at Item a, Point 2 of this Section on the collection of standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees according to the following particular spending contents:

a/ Payment of salaries, remunerations, allowances and expenses for working in hazardous conditions (including labor safety expenses, if any) to the charge and/or fee-collecting laborers, salary- and wage-based contributions belonging to the employers� responsibility according to the prescribed regime. Where the units receive funding from the State budget to pay salaries to their officials and employees on official payroll, they shall be only allowed to pay remunerations according to the prescribed regime to laborers hired from the outside to collect charges and fees.

b/ Payments for services purchased from the outside to serve the charge and fee collection, such as purchase of office supplies, electricity, water, telephone, information and communication, working-trip allowances (travel, accommodation, sojourn allowance�), printing (purchase) of forms, permits and other prints according to the current spending criteria and norms.

c/ Expenses for meetings, seminars, professional training and fostering, propaganda and advertising in service of the charge and fee collection.

d/ Expenses for regular repair, overhaul of assets, machinery and equipment in direct service of the charge and fee collection.

e/ Expenses for purchase of supplies, raw materials, equipment, working instruments and other expenses in service of the charge and fee collection according to the estimates already approved by competent authorities.

f/ Payment of prescribed yearly dues to international standardization, measurement and quality control organizations that Vietnam has joined, which have not yet been funded by the State budget.

g/ Deductions for the reward and welfare funds for officials and employees involved in the charge and fee collection. The deduction level for setting up these two funds must not exceed the annual average of three months� actually-paid salary per person, if the collected amount is higher than that of the previous year, or of two months� actually-paid salary if the collected amount is equal to or lower than that of the previous year.

The standardization, measurement and quality control agencies shall have to manage and use the retained charge amounts for the above-said purposes and with valid vouchers, and to annually settle the revenues and expenditures that have actually arise. After they effect the settlement according to the prescribed regime, if they have not yet spent all the retained amounts, they may carry forward the unspent amounts to the subsequent year for continued spending according to the prescribed regime.

4. Procedures for declaration and remittance into the State budget of the collected amounts of standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees are prescribed as follows:

- The standardization, measurement and quality control agencies that collect charges and/or fees shall make and submit to the direct managing tax offices within the first 5 days of the subsequent month monthly declarations on the collected charge and/or fee amounts, the retained charge and/or fee amounts and the monthly charge and/or fee amounts remittable into the State budget and submit the declaration forms to and shall take responsibility for the accuracy of their declarations. Where no fee or charge is collected in the month, they must still make and submit declaration forms to the tax offices.

- On the basis of declaration forms, the standardization, measurement and quality control agencies shall remit the remittable charge and fee amounts into the State budget. The deadline for remitting the previous month�s amounts into the State budget is the 15th day of the current month at the latest (into the corresponding chapter, category and clause, item 045, sub-item 04 of the current State budget classification) at the State treasuries of the places where the standardization, measurement and quality control agencies are headquartered. The charge and fee amounts collected by the centrally-run agencies and remitted into the State budget shall be channeled into the central budget; the charge and fee amounts collected by locally-run agencies and remitted into the State budget shall be channeled into the local budgets.

- Upon receiving the charge and fee declaration forms of the standardization, measurement and quality control agencies, the tax offices shall check and compare them with the receipts already issued and the receipts used so as to determine the collected charge and fee amounts, the amounts to be retained and the amounts remittable into the State budget in the period, then notify the standardization, measurement and quality control agencies of the amounts they must remit into the State budget.

- The standardization, measurement and quality control agencies shall compare the to be-remitted charge and fee amounts as notified by the tax offices with the charge and fee amounts actually remitted into the State budget in the period, if they have not yet remitted them fully, they shall have to remit the deficient amounts into the State budget; if they have remitted them in excess, the over-remitted amounts shall be subtracted from the amounts to be remitted into the State budget in the subsequent period.

5. Making and execution of charge and fee revenue and expenditure estimates:

a/ Annually, on the basis of the rates of standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees, the spending contents guided in this Circular as well as the current financial expenditure regime, the standardization, measurement and quality control agencies shall make revenue and expenditure estimates of standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees according to the current State budget classification and send them to their managing agencies for consideration, approval and synthesization before sending them to the same-level finance offices competent to approve them.

b/ On the basis of the annual revenue and expenditure estimates already approved by competent authorities, the standardization, measurement and quality control agencies shall make detailed quarterly revenue and expenditure estimates according to the current State budget classification and send them to their managing agencies and the State treasuries where they have transactions as well as the same-level finance offices as a basis for revenue and expenditure control.

6. Final settlement of charge and fee revenues and expenditures:

a/ The standardization, measurement and quality control agencies shall have to open accounting books to record, account and settle charge and fee revenues and expenditures under the Finance Minister�s Decision No. 999/TC/QD/CDKT of November 2, 1996 issuing the administrative and non-business accounting system and regime; to effect the settlement of receipts of charges and fees already collected and remitted into the State budget; to submit the annual final settlement reports on the collected and remitted standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees to the tax offices before the last day of February of the year following the reporting year; and to submit fully the deficient charge and/or fee amounts into the State budget within 10 days after the date of submission of their reports.

b/ The tax offices shall effect the settlement of the collected amounts according to their receipts, the total collected amounts, the retained amounts and the amounts remittable into the State budget. The finance offices and the tax offices shall settle the expenditures from the standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fee amounts that the units are permit to retain under the provisions at Point 3, Section II, Part A of this Circular.

c/ The superior managing agencies shall have to check and certify the settlement of the collected and spent amounts of standardization, measurement and quality control charges and fees of their subordinate standardization, measurement and quality control agencies, sum up and incorporate them into their annual final settlement reports and send such reports to the finance offices for evaluation and issuance of notices of approval of the settlement together with the settlement of the superior management agencies according to the provisions of the current State Budget Law.

B. OTHER REVENUES

The standardization, measurement and quality control agencies that earn revenues other than those charges and fees belonging to the State budget specified in Part A of this Circular (such as those collected from the provision of scientific and technical services�) shall be obliged to:

1. Fix the collection levels on the principles of full retrieval of capital within a reasonable time and compatibility with the payers� capability to make contributions as agreed upon.

2. Abide by the law-prescribed invoice and voucher regime. Where the provided services are of a value lower than the level at which invoices must not be made and the customers request no invoices, the list thereof must be made as prescribed.

3. To open accounting books to monitor and account separately expenses and turnovers of other revenues stated in this part (apart from those charges and fees belonging to the State budget) under the current law provisions on accounting and statistics.

4. To pay value added tax, enterprise income tax and other payable amounts (if any) according to current law provisions; the remainder shall be managed and used under the provisions of the Government�s Decree No. 10/2002/ND-CP of January 16, 2002 and the Finance Ministry�s Circular No. 25/2002/TT-BTC of March 21, 2002 guiding the financial regime applicable to non-business units having revenues and other relevant documents.

C. ORGANIZATION OF IMPLEMENTATION

1. This Circular takes effect 15 days after its signing. All provisions on the collection, remittance and use of charges and fees for testing, measurement and other standardization, measurement and quality control activities in Inter-Ministerial Circular No. 65/TT-LB of August 19, 1995 of the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment and the regime of collection of fees for testing of measuring devices prescribed in the Finance Ministry�s Circular No. 120/1998/TT/BTC of August 27, 1998 are hereby annulled.

2. The State management agencies in charge of standardization, measurement and quality control shall collect, remit and use charges and fees in the standardization, measurement and quality control domain according to the provisions of this Circular.

3. If any problems arise in the course of implementation, the agencies, organizations and individuals should promptly report them to the Ministry of Finance for study and additional guidance.

For the Minister of Finance
Vice Minister
TRUONG CHI TRUNG

 

APPENDIX 1 TABLE (CHARGES)

I. RATES OF THE CHARGE FOR TESTING

THE MECHANICAL FIELD

Ordinal number

Product names - criteria

Quantity

Testing methods

Duration - days

Unit price - VND1,000

Notes

1

Mechanicality (not including expenses for working and preparation for large or complicated samples)

     

1.1

Tension test

     

a.

Tension test (metal in round, twisted forms, pipes, tubes, sheets and other shapes, welded joints in these forms, bolts and nuts)

L > 350

Test standards like:

5

 

d: diameter
t: thickness

 

d 10 or t 5
10 < d
20 or 5 < t 10
20 < d
32 or 10 < t 20
d > 32 or t > 20

a > 150 (for steel sheets)

TCVN, ASTM, JIS, BS, NF, AS, ISO...

 

90
140
250
300

L: length
a: width
calculated in mm

b.

Tension test of metal wires

(d 4 mm)


3 m


TCVN 1824: 1993

 


200


3 tests/ sample

c.

Tension test of pig-iron cast

f30 x 0.4m

TCVN 197: 1985

 

200

 

d.

Tension test of steel tubes

     
 

(d 60 mm)

1 m

JIS, TCVN, ASTM

 

350

 

e.

Pre-stressed steel cable

2 m

ASTM A 370 � 94

 

500

 

1.2

Flexing test

     

a

Flexing test, re-flexing test (metal in round, twisted forms, pipes, tubes, sheets, welded joints in the above-said forms)

L > 350

Testing standards like:

5

  
 

d 10 or t 5

a > 150

TCVN, ASTM, JIS,

 

70

 
 

10 < d 20 or 5 < t 10

(for steel sheets)

BS, NF, AS, ISO�

 

90

 
 

20 < d 32 or 10 < t 20

   

140

 
 

d > 32 or t > 20

   

180

 

b.

Flexing test of pig iron

f30 x 0.4m

ASTM A 438- 80

 

180

 

1.3

Hardness test

- Rockwell

- Brinell

- Vickers

- Microscopic

- Survey of the hardness of welded samples

 

testing standards like TCVN, ASTM, JIS, BS, NF, AS, ISO�

3

 

70

70

140

200

300

 

1.4

Charpy, Izod impact test

1 set consisting of 3 samples

testing standards like TCVN, ASTM, JIS, BS, NF, AS, ISO�

5

 

including the cost of processing samples up to standards

 

- at room temperature

   

300

 
 

- at room temperature to minus 20oC

   

400

 
 

- at minus 20oC to minus 70 oC

   

500

 

1.5

Tension test of wires

3 m

TCVN 1824:1993

3

90

 

1.6

Rolling test of wires

3 m

TCVN 1825:1993

 

80

 

1.7

Folding test of wires

3 m

TCVN 1826:1993

3

80

 

1.8

Twisting test of wires

3 m

TCVN 1827:1993

3

90

 

1.9

Spreading test of tubes

1

TCVN 5890:1995 ISO 4893: 1986

5

150

 

140

 

1.10

Rolling test of tube edge

1

TCVN 1829:1976

5

150

 

1.11

Spreading test of tube collars

1

TCVN: 5892:1995 ISO 8595: 1986

5

150

 

1.12

Flat-pressing test of tubes

1

TCVN 1830:1993

3

120

 

1.13

Flexing test of tubes

1

TCVN 5891:1995 ISO 8491:1986

5

180

 

1.14

Mechanical test of pig-iron tubes

3

ISO 13 1978

5

150

 

1.15

Pressure test of tubes

2m

ASME BPV

   

60at

CODE

As negotiated

180

 

60at � 100 at

 

TCVN 1832:1976

 

220

 
 

> 100 at

 

I OCT 3845:75

 

300

 

1.16

Test of steel cables

L > 300

TCVN 5757:1993 ISO 2408:1986

4

300

 

1.17

Test of electric welding rods (criteria: appearance, adhesion, deviation, immersion strength, moisture, welding technology, chemical composition, mechanicality)

> 4kg

TCVN 3909:1994

As negotiated

 

including the cost of processing samples up to standards

 

* d > 2.5mm

   

2,100

 
 

* d 2.5mm

   

1,800

 

1.18

Load test of bolts, screws, studs, nuts

1 set

TCVN 1916:1995

5

100

 

1.19

Test of bolt-tightening momentum

1 set

 

As negotiated

  
 

M < 16

   

120

 
 

M = 16 � 25

   

150

 
 

M > 25

   

200

 

1.20

Test of spring washers (elasticity, flexibility, hardness)

3

TCVN 130:1997

5

180

 

1.21

Test of welding rods

2 boxes

AWS D5.1

   
 

- Demonstration welding and taking photos of welded samples

   

500

 
 

- Tension test of welded metal

   

200

 
 

- Flexing test of welded metal

   

170

 

1.22

Load test of product details

1

At customers� requests

  

not including the expenses for making test fixtures

 

- Under 100 kN

   

180

 
 

- Between 100 kN and 300 kN

   

250

 
 

- From 300 kN and more

   

400

 

1.23

Measuring geometric sizes

1

Microscopes

   
 

- With a precision of up to 0.01mm

 

Tools

 

50

 
 

- With a precision of up to 0.001 mm

 

Multiple-purposes length-measuring machines

 

80

 

1.24

Measuring outer and inner threads

1

  

80

 

1.25

Determination of deviations in geometric shapes

1

TCVN 384:1993

 

60

 

1.26

Determination of deviations in correlative positions

1

TCVN 384:1993

 

100

 

1.27

Measuring surface roughness

1

TCVN 2511:1978

 

100

 

1.28

Measuring mirror brightness

1

  

80

 

2

Metal organization � coating layer

  

7

  

2.1

Microscopic organization

1

ASM Metals Handbook

 

360

 

2.2

Crude organization

1

ASM Metals Handbook

 

200

 

2.3

Particle degree

1

JIS G 0551

 

200

 

2.4

Hardenability and decarbonization

1

JIS G 0557

 

200

 

2.5

Measuring the thickness of the coating layer

1

ASM Metals Handbook

   
 

- With measuring machines

   

60

 
 

- With metallographic microscope

   

150

 
 

- By weight method

   

100

 

2.6

Test of coating layer�s adhesiveness

1

TCVN 5408:1991

 

50

 

2.7

Test of coating layer by hoarfrost- spraying method

1

ASTM B 117-94

 

800

for one cycle

2.8

Test of the coating layer�s chemical composition

2

3 QTTN

   
 

- Qualitative

   

300

 
 

- Quantitative

   

500

 

3

Non-destruction test (NDT)

  

As negotiated

(1)

 

3.1

Checking surface defects with Permeability test (PT)

According to reality

ASTM E 165-95

 

50/m or 300/m2

 

3.2

Checking surface defects with magnetic test (MT)

 

ASTM E 709-95

 

50/m or 300/m2

 

3.3

Checking defects of welding joints by ultrasonic test (UT)

 

ASTM E 164-94 ASME BPV CODE

 

70/m

 

3.4

Measuring thickness by ultrasonic test

According to reality

ASTM E 797-94

 

6/points

 

3.5

Checking with radiation rays (X-ray, ray)

According to reality

ASTM E 142-94 ASME BPV CODE

 

100/film

Film 10 x 250cm

4

Chemical components of metal

 

ASTM E 415-95

2

 

One test one sample

 

- 1 element

1 sample

  

90

 
 

- Under 6 elements

   

250

 
 

- Between 6 and 9 elements

   

350

 
 

- From 10 elements and more

   

450

 

Notes:

(1) This expense applies to the cases where the test samples are brought by the customers and tested at PTN, not covering expenses for travelling, transportation of equipment, fixtures, preparatory work� as well as other expenses that arise upon field tests.

 

FIELD: CONSUMER GOODS

Ordinal number

Products names - criteria

Quantity

Testing method

Duration day

Unit price - VND1,000

Notes

1

Rubber

     

1.1

Group 1: Condoms

1 piece

    

1.1.1

Test of hole - water leakage method

 

TCVN 6342-5:1998

3

5

 
 

Test of hole - water leakage method

"

ISO 4074-5:1996

3

5

 

1.1.2

Determination of length

"

TCVN 6342-2:1998
ISO 4074-2:1994

1
1

2.5
2.5

 

1.1.3

Determination of width

"

TCVN 6342-3:1998
ISO 4074-3:1994

1
1

2.5
2.5

 

1.1.4

Determination of volume and explosion pressure (after aging)

"

TCVN 6342-7:1998

ISO 4074-7:1996

5-9

5-9

10

10

 

1.1.5

Determination of volume and explosion pressure (before aging)

"

ISO 4074-6:1996

TCVN 6342-6:1998

5-9

5-9

8

8

 

1.1.6

Weight

"

52TC NTTB 01-94

 

5

 

1.1.7

Weight of lubricating oil

"

52TC NTTB 01-94

 

20

 

1.1.8

Degree of contamination

"

52TC NTTB 01-94

 

5

 

1.1.9

Tensile test

"

52TC NTTB 01-94

ISO 4074-9:1980/96

 

10

10

 

1.1.10

Tensile test (after aging)

"

52TC NTTB 01-94

ISO 4074-9:1980/96

 

15

15

 

1.2

Group 2: Natural rubber

0.5kg

    

1.2.1

Plasticity maintenance index

100g

TCVN 6092:1995

2

50

 

1.2.2

Rubber identification

50g

ASTM D 3677-90

ISO 4650:1984

2

2

170

170

 

1.2.3

Initial plasticity

100g

TCVN 6092:1995

2

40

 

1.2.4

Dirt content

100g

TCVN 6089:1995

2

80

 

1.2.5

Content of volatile substances

100g

TCVN 6088:1995

2

40

 

1.2.6

Nitrogen content

100g

TCVN 6091:1995

3

50

 

1.2.7

Ash content

100g

TCVN 6087:1995

2

60

 

1.3

Group 3: Rubber gloves

     

1.3.1

Water-tightness of sterile disposable rubber gloves used in surgery

1 piece

TCVN 6344:1998

3

5

 

1.3.2

Water-tightness of disposable rubber gloves used in medical examination

"

TCVN 6343:1998

3

5

 

1.3.3

Sizes of disposable rubber gloves used in medical examination

"

TCVN 6343:1998

2

20

 

1.3.4

Sizes of sterile disposable rubber gloves used in surgery

"

TCVN 6344:1998

2

20

 

1.3.5

Rubber aging at high temperature

(20x20) cm

ISO 188:1982

7

30

 

1.3.6

Tensile test of rubber

(20x20) cm

ISO 37:1994

2

50

 

1.4

Group 4: Footwear

02 pairs

    

1.4.1

Adhesiveness (tension test) between shoe soles and other details

1 piece

BS 5131:1978 SECTION 5.4

1

50/1 position

 

1.4.2

Shore hardness

(10x10) cm

ISO 7619:1997

TCVN 1595:1988

1

1

20

20

 

1.4.3

Tear resistance of rubber

(20x20) cm

TCVN 1597:1987

2

40

 

1.4.4

Rubber swell degree (according to weight or volume) after being soaked in a liquid at normal temperature

20g

TCVN 2752:1978

2

30

 

1.4.5

Rubber swell degree (according to weight or volume) after being soaked in a liquid at high temperature for �days

20g

  

+30/day

When tested at high tempera-tures

1.4.6

Specific weight of rubber

(10x10) cm

ISO 2781:1988

1

30

 

1.4.7

Tensile test of rubber

(20x20) cm

ISO 37:1994

TCVN 4509:1988

2

2

50

50

 

1.5

Group 5: Latex

1 L

    

1.5.1

Mechanical stability

0.5L

TCVN 6316:1997

ISO 35: 1995

2

2

100

100

 

1.5.2

Alkalinity

0.5L

ISO 125: 1990

TCVN 4857:1997

2

2

50

50

 

1.5.3

Viscosity

0.5L

TCVN 4859:1997

1

50

 

1.5.4

Rubber identification

50g

ASTM D 3677-90

2

170

 
 

Rubber identification

50g

ISO 4650: 1984

2

170

 

1.5.5

Content of dry rubber

0.5L

ISO 126:1995

TCVN 4858:1997

2

2

50

50

 

1.5.6

pH

0.5L

ISO 976:1996
TCVN 4860:1997

1
2

30
30

 

1.5.7

Total content of solid matters

0.5L

ISO 124:1992

TCVN 6315:1997

2

2

50

50

 

1.5.8

KOH value

0.5L

ISO 127:1995

TCVN 4856:1997

2

2

50

50

 

1.6

Group 6: Bicycle inner tubes and tires

1 piece

    

1.6.1

Rubber adhesiveness at inner-tube joints

1 piece

TCVN 1596:1988

1

20

 

1.6.2

Tear strength of inner-tube joints

1 piece

TCVN 4509:1988

1

50

 

1.6.3

Tensile strength of tire threads

1 piece

TCVN 5786:1994

2

30

 

1.6.4

Shore hardness

(10x10) cm

ISO 7619: 1997

TCVN 1595:1988

1

1

20

20

 

1.6.5

Aging test of rubber at high temperature

(20x20) cm

ISO 188: 1982

7

30/day

 

1.6.6

Tear test of rubber

(20x20) cm

ISO 37: 1994

TCVN 4509: 1988

2

2

50

50

 

1.6.7

Abrasion test (Akron)

(20x20) cm

TCVN 1594: 1987

2

50

 

1.7

Group 7: Motorcycle inner tubes and tires

1 piece

    

1.7.1

Adhesiveness of fabric layers of tires

1 piece

TCVN 1596:1988

2

30

 

1.7.2

Adhesiveness between fabric and rubber of tires

1 piece

TCVN 1596:1988

2

30

 

1.7.3

Tear strength of inner-tube joints

1 piece

TCVN 4509:1988

1

50

 

1.7.4

Tensile strength of tire threads

1 piece

TCVN 5786:1994

2

30

 

1.7.5

Shore hardness

(10x10) cm

ISO 7619:1997

TCVN 1595:1988

1

1

20

20

 

1.7.6

Tear resistance of rubber

(20x20) cm

TCVN 1597:1987

2

40

 

1.7.7

Rubber aging at high temperature

(20x20) cm

ISO 188: 1982

7

30/day

 

1.7.8

Tear test of rubber

(20x20) cm

TCVN 4509: 1988

ISO 37: 1994

2

2

50

50

 

1.7.9

Abrasion test (Akron)

(20x20) cm

TCVN 1594: 1987

2

50

 

1.8

Group 8: Technical rubber products

     

1.8.1

Rubber identification

50g

ASTM D 3677 � 90

ISO 4650: 1984

2

2

170

170

 

1.8.2

Tear test of rubber

(20x20) cm

ISO 37: 1994

TCVN 4509: 1988

2

2

50

50

 

1.8.3

Abrasion test (Akron)

(20x20) cm

TCVN 1594:1987

2

50

 

1.8.4

Deformation under compression

(20x20) cm

ISO 815: 1991

4

30

 

1.8.5

Specific weight

(10x10) cm

ISO 2781: 1988

1

30

 

1.8.6

Aging test of rubber at high temperature

(20x20) cm

ISO 188: 1982

7

30/day

 

1.8.7

Shore hardness

(10x10) cm

TCVN 1595:1988

ISO 7619: 1997

1

1

20

20

 

1.8.8

Tear resistance of rubber

(20x20) cm

TCVN 1597:1987

2

40

 

1.8.9

Rubber swell degree (according to weight or volume) after being soaked in a liquid

20g

TCVN 2752:1978

2

30

When tested at high tempera-ture:
+ 30/day

2

Children�s toys

     

2.1

Group 9: Children�s toys

1 piece

    

2.1

Stability

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.2

Durability (under falling weight)

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.3

Dynamic durability

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.4

Fall durability

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.5

Static durability

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.6

Checking of hinges

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.7

Checking of packages

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

20

 

2.8

Checking of detachable parts

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

20

 

2.9

Checking of non-detachable parts

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.10

Checking of sharp points

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

20

 

2.11

Checking of fitting details

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

20

 

2.12

Checking of transmission structures

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

20

 

2.13

Checking of folding structures

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.14

Checking of brake structures

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

70

 

2.15

Checking of immovable toys

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

70

 

2.16

Checking of static-energy toys

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.17

Checking of toys which children can creep in

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.18

Checking of rocking chairs

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

80

 

2.19

Checking of strings

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.20

Test of the distance between the body and wheel of vehicles

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

10

 

2.21

Checking of springs

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

10

 

2.22

Checking of sharp edges

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

20

 

2.23

Checking of overlapping joints

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

20

 

2.24

Checking of trademarks and use instructions

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

10

 

2.25

Checking of tubes and hard parts

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

40

 

2.26

Checking of temperature increase (after toys operate continuously for one hour)

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

20

 

2.27

Checking of stuffing materials

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

20

 

2.28

Checking of materials

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

20

 

2.29

Rattles and feeding bottles

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

50

 

2.30

Test of tensile strength of seam

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

2.31

Test by pulling off protective parts

1 piece

TCVN 6238-1: 1997

2

30

 

3

Paper

     

3.1

Group 10: Corrugated paperboard

1 m2 /1 box

    

3.1.1

Cracking of corrugated paperboard

0.5 m2

TAPPI T 810 OM-98

2

60

 

3.1.2

Compression strength of corrugating edge of corrugated paperboard

0.4 m2

TAPPI T 811 OM-95

2

60

 

3.1.3

Hardness of corrugating waves of corrugated paperboard

0.5 m2

TAPPI T 808 OM-97

2

50

 

3.1.4

Hardness of corrugating waves of corrugated paperboard

0.5 m2

TCVN 4439:1987

2

50

 

3.1.5

Paper fiber identification

20g

ISO 9184-4: 1990

3

60

 

3.1.6

Qualitative determination of stuffing and coating materials of paper

20g

ASTM D 686-93

3

60

 

3.1.7

pH of water solution extracted from paper

20g

ASTM D 778-93

2

50

 

3.2

Group 11: Common paper and paperboard

1 m2

    

3.2.1

Moisture

25g

ASTM D 644-94

ISO 287:1978

TCVN 867:1976

2

2

2

40

40

40

3.2.2

Paperboard teat strength

0.5 m2

TAPPI T 807 OM-99

TCVN 3228-2:2000

2

2

60

60

3.2.3

Durability of paper

0.5 m2

TCVN 1866:2000

2

50

 

3.2.4

Thickness of paper

0.5 m2

TCVN 3652:2000

ISO 534: 1988

ASTM D 645-92

1

1

1

20

20

20

 

3.2.5

Crease resistance (according to circular arc) of paperboard

0.5 m2

TAPPI T 822 OM-93

2

50

 

3.2.6

Tensile resistance of paper

1 m2

ASTM D 689-92

ISO 1974:1990

TCVN 3229:2000

2

2

2

40

40

40

 

3.2.7

Glossiness of paper

0.5 m2

ISO 8791-2:1990

2

30

 

3.2.8

Water absorbability of paper

0.5 m2

ASTM D 3285-93

ISO 535:1991

2

2

40

40

 

3.2.9

Air permeability of paper

0.5 m2

ISO 5636-3:1992

2

30

 

3.2.10

Paper fiber identification

20g

ISO 9184-4:1990

3

60

 

3.2.11

Qualitative determination n of stuffing and coating components of paper

20g

ASTM D 686-93

3

60

 

3.2.12

Ash content

10g

ISO 2144:1987

2

100

 
   

ASTM D 586-92

2

100

 
   

TCVN 1864:1976

2

100

 

3.2.13

Weight per square meter of paper

0.5 m2

ISO 536:1995
TCVN 1270:2000
ASTM D 646-92

2
2
2

30
30
30

 

3.2.14

pH of water solution extracted from paper

20g

ASTM D 778-93

2

40

 

3.2.15

Tensile test of paper in wet conditions

0.5 m2

ASTM D 829-93

3

70

 

3.2.16

Tension test of paper

0.5 m2

ASTM D 828-93
ISO 1924-1:1992
TCVN 1862:2000

2
2
2

50
50
50

 

3.3

Group 12: Toilet tissues and paper napkins

4-6 rolls

    

3.3.1

Paper moisture

25g

ISO 287:1987
TCVN 1876:1976
ASTM D 644-94

2
2
2

40
40
40

 

3.3.2

Paper fiber identification

20g

ISO 9184-4:1990

3

60

 

3.3.3

Qualitative determination of stuffing and coating components of paper

20g

ASTM D 686-93

3

60

 

3.3.4

Ash content of paper

10g

TCVN 1864:1976
ASTM D 586-92
ISO 2144:1987

2
2
2

100
100
100

 

3.3.5

Weight per square meter of toilet paper

2 rolls
1m
2

ASTM D 3905-93
ASTM D 3905-93

2
2

40
40

 

3.3.6

pH of water solution extracted from paper

20g

ASTM D 778-93

2

50

 

3.3.7

Tensile test of paper in wet conditions

0.5 m2

ASTM D 829-93

3

70

 

3.3.8

Tensile test of paper

0.5 m2

ASTM D 829-93
ISO 1924-1:1992

2
2

50
50

 

3.3.9

Water-absorbing speed of paper

0.5 m2

ASTM D 824-94

2

50

 

4

Plastic and plastic products

     

4.1

Group 13: Plastic granules, powder, resin and polymer solution

500 mL
or /1kg

    

4.1.1

Identification

10g

ASTM E 1252-94

2

170

 

4.1.2

Thermal stability of PVC plastic

100g

ASTM D 4202-92

2

50

 

4.1.3

Brookfield viscosity of suspension polymer in plasticization

500 mL

ASTM D 1824-90

1

50

 

4.1.4

Content of volatile substances of PVC resin

50g

ASTM D 3030-84

2

60

 

4.1.5

Ash content of thermoplastic resin

10g

ASTM D 5630

2

70

 

4.1.6

Ash content

10g

ISO 3451-1:1997

2

70

 

4.1.7

Specific weight of plastic (in powder)

100g

ASTM D 1895-89

1

40

 

4.1.8

Specific weight of plastic (in crude granules)

100g

ASTM D 1895-89
ISO 60:1977

1

40

 

4.1.9

IR analysis of composition of PVC granules

50g

ASTM D 2124-70

3

350

 

4.2

Group 14: Plastic films and sheets (< 1mm)

(50 x 50) cm

    

4.2.1

Changes after being soaked in liquid chemicals

(200 x 200) mm

ISO 175:1999

3

60

/1 liquid

4.2.2

Identification

10g

ASTM E 1252-94

2

170

 

4.2.3

Adhesiveness of printing ink

0.5 m2

TCVN 5820:1994

1

40

 

4.2.4

Adhesiveness between layers of multi-layer films

0.5 m2

TCVN 5820:1994

1

40

 

4.2.5

Strength against chemicals

(20 x 20)cm

ASTM D 543-87

10

60

/1 chemical

4.2.6

Strength of embossed patterns

0.5 m2

TCVN 5820:1994

2

60

 

4.2.7

Tensile strength and breaking elongation

0.5 m2

TCVN 5820:1994
ASTM D 882-91
ISO 527-1:1993

1
1
1

120
120
120

 

4.2.8

Compression strength

(20 x 20) cm

ASTM D 689-92

2

100

 

4.2.9

Tear strength (180o anti-clockwise tear method)

0.5 m2

ASTM D 1938-94

1

40

 

4.2.10

Tear strength

0.5 m2

TCVN 5820:1994
ISO 6383-1: 1983

1
1

40
40

 

4.2.11

Elongation after thermal aging

0.5 m2

TCVN 5820:1984

2

80

 

4.2.12

Average mass thickness

0.5 m2

TCVN 5820:1994

1

50

 

4.2.13

Color stainability

0.5 m2

TCVN 5820:1994

1

40

 

4.2.14

Average thickness (PE films, sheets)

0.5 m2

ASTM D 2103-92

1

50

 

4.2.15

Average mass thickness

0.5 m2

ISO 4591:1992

1

50

 

4.2.16

Size stability

0.5 m2

TCVN 5820:1994

1

60

 

4.2.17

Degree of size change under thermal effects

0.5 m2
(40 x 40 x 3) cm

ASTM D 1204-94
ISO 11501:1995

2
4

80
80

 

4.2.18

Ash content of thermoplastic resin

10g

ASTM D 5630-94

2

70

 

4.2.19

Ash content

10g

ISO 3451-1:1997

2

70

 

4.2.20

Specific weight

0.5 m2

ASTM D 729-91
ISO 1183:1987

1

40

 

4.2.21

Tendency of self-conglomeration

0.5 m2

TCVN 5820:1994

2

80

 

4.2.22

Resilience module (tensile test)

0.5 m2

ASTM D 882-91

1

120

 

4.2.23

Melting temperature

1.0 dm2

ISO 3146:2000

2

50

 

4.2.24

Aging by hot air

0.5 m

ASTM D 1870-91

30

1/ hour

 

4.3

Group 15: Plastic pipes and tubes (PE, PVC�), connecting accessories

1-4 m

    

4.3.1

Blasting pressure

1 m

ASTM D 1599-88

1

100

 

4.3.2

Thickness of pipe or tube walls

0.5m

AS/NZS 1462.1-1996
TCVN 6145:1996
BS 3505:1986
ISO 3126:1974

1

1
1
1

20

20
20
20

 

4.3.3

Changes after being soaked in liquid chemicals

(200 x 200) mm

ISO 175:1999

3

60

/1 liquid

4.3.4

Strength against sulfuric acid

0.5 m2

TCVN 6037:1995

15

250

 

4.3.5

Strength against dichloromethane

0.5 m2

ISO 7676:1990
TCVN 6139:1996

1
1

70
70

 

4.3.6

Charpy impact strength

(20 x 20) cm

ISO 179:1993

1

60

 

4.3.7

Impact strength of pipes and tubes

2 m

AS 1462.3-1988
BS 3505:1986
ISO 3127:1980
TCVN 6144:1996

2
2
2
2

200
100
100
100

 

4.3.8

Shore D hardness

(10x10) cm

ISO 868:1978

1

20

 

4.3.9

Water absorbability (soaked for

0.5 m2

ASTM D 570-81

2

80

24 hours)

4.3.10

Water absorbability of PVC pipes and tubes

0.2m

TCVN 6042:1995
ISO 2508:1981
KS M 3404-1986

2
2
2

100
100
100

 

4.3.11

Outer diameter

0.5 m2

TCVN 6145:1996
BS 3505:1986
AS/NZS 1462.1-1996
ISO 3126:1974

1
1
1

1

30
30
30

30

 

4.3.12

Cadmium content in extracted water

2m

ISO 6992:1986
TCVN 6140:1996

10
10

80
80

/time
/time

4.3.13

Lead content in extracted water

2m

ISO 3114:1977
TCVN 6140:1996

10
10

80
80

/time
/time

4.3.14

Content extracted from PVC of methanol

100g

ASTM D 2222-94

2

100

 

4.3.15

Tin content in extracted water

2m

ISO 3114:1977
TCVN 6146:1996

10
10

80
80

/time
/time

4.3.16

Mercury content in extracted water

2m

ISO 6992:1986
TCVN 6140:1996

10
10

80
80

/time
/time

4.3.17

Resistance against lateral compression

0.5m

AS 1462.2-1984
KS M 3404-1986
ASTM D 2241-93

1
1
1

90
30
30

 

4.3.18

Resistance against high temperature

0.5m

AS/NZS
1462.16-1996

2

200

 

4.3.19

Specific weight

0.5 m2

ASTM D 792-91
ISO 4439:1970

1
1

40
40

 

4.3.20

Elasticity module (tensile test)

(30 x 30) cm

ASTM D 638-94

2

120

 

4.3.21

Lengthwise size changes

1m

TCVN 6148:1996
ISO 2505-1:1994

1
1

50
50

 

4.3.22

Aging with hot air

0.5m

ASTM D 1870-91

30

1/hour

 

4.3.23

Tensile test of plastic (assorted pipes and tubes)

0.5m

ISO 6259-1:1997

1

100

 

4.3.24

Tensile test of plastic

(30x30) cm

ASTM D 638-94

3

100

 

4.4

Group 16: PVC tubes and pipes

1-4m

 

with cellulose core

  

4.4.1

Strength against chemicals

0.5m

KS M 3413-1992

1

60

/1 liquid

4.4.2

Impact strength of pipes and tubes

3m

KS M 3413-1995

2

100

 

4.4.3

Capability against 10kV electric

0.5m

KS M 3413-1995

2

50

voltage within 1 minute

4.4.4

Compressing force to flatten tubes

0.5m

KS M 3413-1995

1

100

and pipes

4.4.5

Thermal strength test

0.5m

KS M 3413-1995

1

50

 

4.5

Group 17: Plastic sheets

(50 x 50) cm

    

4.5.1

Changes after being soaked in liquid chemicals

(200 x 200) mm

ISO 175:1999

3

60

/1 liquid

4.5.2

Identification

10g

ASTM E 1252-94

2

170

 

4.5.3

Moisture (of ceiling sheets composed of cellulose fiber)

(20 x 25) cm

ASTM C 209-92

1

40

 

4.5.4

Strength against chemicals

(20 x 20) cm

ASTM D 543-87

10

60

/1 liquid

4.5.5

Tensile strength (of ceiling sheets composed of cellulose fiber)

(20 x 25) cm

ASTM C 209-92

1

60

 

4.5.6

Compression strength

(20 x 20) cm

ISO 604:1993

2

100

 

4.5.7

Flexing strength

1 ml

ISO 178:1993

1

100

 

4.5.8

Charpy impact strength

(20x20) cm

ISO 179:1993

1

60

 

4.5.9

Shore D hardness

(10x10) cm

ISO 868:1978

1

20

 

4.5.10

Water absorbability (after being soaked for 24 hours)

0.5 m2

ASTM D 570-81

2

80

 

4.5.11

Size changes under thermal effects

0.5 m2
(40 x 40 x 3) cm

ASTM D 1204-94
ISO 11501:1995

2
4

80
80

 

4.5.12

Lost contents due to baking

50g

ASTM D 2584-94

2

80

 

4.5.13

Content of glass fiber

50g

JIS K 7052:1987

2

80

 

4.5.14

Ash content of thermoplastic resin

10g

ASTM D 5630-94

2

70

 

4.5.15

Specific weight

0.5 m2

ASTM D 792-91
ISO 1183:1987

1
1

40
40

 

4.5.16

Specific weight (of ceiling sheets composed of cellulose fiber)

(10x10) cm

ASTM C 209-92

1

60

 

4.5.17

Resilience module (tensile test)

(30x30) cm

ASTM D 638-94

2

120

 

4.5.18

Aging with hot air

0.5m

ASTM D 1870-91

30

1/hour

 

4.5.19

Tensile test of plastic

(30x30) cm

ISO 527-1:1993
ASTM D 638-94

1
3

100
100

 

4.5.20

Burning speed of plastic sheets along lateral direction

(20 x 20) cm

ASTM D 635-91

1

80

 

4.6

Group 18: Plastic coverings

2 m2

 

2

170

 

4.6.1

Identification

10g

ASTM E 1252-94

2

170

 

4.6.2

Rubber identification

50g

ASTM D 3677-90
ISO 4650:1984

2

170

 

4.6.3

Adhesiveness of covering layer

500 cm2

TCVN 4638:1988
ISO 2411:2000

2

100

 

4.6.4

Tensile strength and breaking elongation

500 cm2

ISO 1421:1998
TCVN 4635:1988

1

60

 

4.6.5

Color fastness in artificial light (Xenon lighting source)

100 cm2

ISO 105-B 02:1994

30

500

 

4.6.6

Color fastness in artificial light (high-pressure mercury lamps)

0.2 m2

TCVN 5823:1994

15

100

 

4.6.7

Explosion strength

(30 x 30) cm

TCVN 5826:1994
ISO 7854:1995

1
1

60
60

 

4.6.8

Folding strength

0.1 m2

TCVN 5821:1994
ISO 7854:1995

30
30

200
200

1/day
1/day

4.6.9

Thickness

200 cm2

ISO 2286-3:1998
TCVN 5827:1994

1
1

20
20

 

4.6.11

Anti-conglomeration capability

0.2 m2

ISO 5978:1990
TCVN 5825:1994

3
2

80
80

 

4.6.12

Weight of covering film/acreage unit

600 cm2

TCVN 5827:1994
ISO 2286-2:1998

2
3

100
100

 

4.6.13

Aggregate weight/acreage unit

600 cm2

TCVN 5827:1994
ISO 2286-2:1998

1

50

 

4.6.14

Tear force

500 cm2

ISO 4674:1977
TCVN 5822:1994
JIS K 6772:1972

1
1
1

60
60
60

 

4.7

Group 19: Hard cellulose materials

3 sheets/ (50x50) cm

    

4.7.1

Identification

10g

ASTM E 1252-94

2

170

 

4.7.2

Tensile strength and breaking elongation

(30x30) cm

ISO 1926:1979

1

100

 

4.7.3

Compression strength

(20x20) cm

ASTM D 1621-94
ISO 844:1978

1
2

100
100

 

4.7.4

Water absorbability (soaked for 24 hours)

0.5 m2

ASTM D 1570-81

2

80

 

4.7.5

Water absorbability (soaked for 96 hours)

1,500 cm3

ISO 2896:1987

5

120

 

4.7.6

Specific weight

(10x10) cm

ASTM D 1622-93
ISO 845:1988

1

40

 

4.7.7

Aging with hot air

0.5m

ISO 2440:1997
ASTM D 1870-91

30

1/hour

 

4.7.8

Test by burning cellulose material along horizontal direction

1500 cm3

ISO 3582:1978

3

130

 

4.8

Group 20: Soft cellulose materials

3 sheets/ (50x50) cm

    

4.8.1

Deformations under excessive compression

(30x30) cm

ISO 1856:1980

3

80

 

4.8.2

Hardness index (sinking test)

(40x40) cm

ISO 2439:1997

1

100

 

4.8.3

Hardness characteristics (sinking test)

(40x40) cm

ISO 2439:1997

1

100

 

4.8.4

Identification

10g

ASTM E 1252-94

2

170

 

4.8.5

Tensile strength and breaking elongation

(30x30) cm

ISO 1798:1997

1

100

 

4.8.6

Compression strength

(20x20) cm

ISO 3386-1:1986

2

100

 

4.8.7

Specific weight

(10x10) cm

ISO 845:1988

1

40

 

4.8.8

Aging with hot air

0.5m

ISO 2440:1997
ASTM D 1870-91

30

1/hour

 

4.8.9

Test by burning cellulose material along lateral direction

1500 cm3

ASO 3582:1978

3

150

 

5

Paints

     

5.1

Group 21: Alkyd paint

1 kg

    

5.1.1

Acid index

100g

ASTM D 1639-90

1

40

 

5.1.2

Evaluation of paint film under the conditions of artificial weather

200g

JIS K 5400:1990
ASTM D 922-89

7-30
1

300
300

300/day

5.1.3

Identification of resin separated from paint

100g

ASTM D 2621-87

3

300

 

5.1.4

Adhesiveness of film

100g

TCVN 2097:1993
JIS K 5400:1990
ASTM D 3359-93

2
2

30
30

 

5.1.5

Optical brightness (the ray�s angle is up to 60o)

100g

TCVN 2101:1993
JIS K 5400:1990
ASTM D 523-89

2
2
2

30
30
30

 

5.1.6

Film �s strength against acids

100g

JSK K 5400:1990

2

50

 

5.1.7

Film�s strength against household chemicals

100g

ASTM D 1308-87

30

40

 

5.1.8

Film�s strength against alkali

100g

JIS K 5400:1990
JIS K 5400: 1990
ASTM D 870-92

2
2
1

40
40

/1 chemical

5.1.9

Film�s strength against saline water

100g

JIS K 5400: 1990

5

50

 

5.1.10

Film�s strength against boiling water

100g

JIS K 5400: 1990

1

50

 

5.1.11

Color fastness in artificial light

200g

ISO 2809:1976

7-9

500

 

5.1.12

Film�s flexing strength

100g

TCVN 2099:1993
JIS K 5400: 1990

2
2

30
30

 

5.1.13

Film�s impact strength

100g

ASTM D 2794-93

2

30

 

5.1.14

Paint film�s impact strength

100g

TCVN 2100:1993

2

30

 

5.1.15

Film�s hardness against scratch

100g

ISO 10005:1995

2

30

 

5.1.16

Hardness of film pendulum

100g

ASTM D 4366-94
TCVN 2098:1993

2
2

30
30

 

5.1.17

Fineness of paint

100g

ISO 1524:1983

JIS K 5400: 1990

ASTM D 1210-79

TCVN 2091:1993

1

1

1

1

20

20

20

20

 

5.1.18

The Brookfield viscosity (at 25o C) of paint, solvent and similar substances

500 mL

ASTM D 2196-86

1

50

 

5.1.19

Conventional viscosity of paint

500 mL

TCVN 2092:1993

1

30

 

5.1.20

Coverage

500g

TCVN 2095:1993

2

40

 

5.1.21

Content of color powders in paint

200g

ASTM D 2371-85

3

60

 

5.1.22

Content of non-volatile substances (calculated by volume)

100g

ASTM D 2697-86

7

200

 

5.1.23

Content of non-volatile substances

100g

ISO 1515:1973

JIS K 5407: 1990

ASTM D 2369-93

1

1

1

40

40

40

 

5.1.24

Content of resin in paint

100g

ASTM D 2372-85

1

60

 

5.1.25

Thermal resistance of film

100g

JIS K 5400:1990
ASTM D 2485-91

3
3

120
300

 

5.1.26

Thermal resistance of film (within 24 hours)

100g

ASTM D 2485-91

2

100

 

5.1.27

Specific weight of paint

400mL

JIS K 5400:1990

1

40

 

5.1.28

Specific weight of paint, varnishes

100mL
400mL

ASTM D 1475-90
ISO 2811-1:1997

1

40

 

5.1.29

Drying time of paint

100g

ASTM D 1640-83
TCVN 2096:1993
JIS K 5400:1990

2
2
2

20
20
20

 

5.2

Group 22: Rubber paint

1kg

    

5.2.1

Rubber identification

50g

ASTM D 3677-90

2

300

 

5.2.2

Identification of resin separated from paint

100g

ASTM D 2621-87

3

300

 

5.2.3

Optical brightness (the ray�s angle is up to 60o)

100g

TCVN 2101:1992
JIS K 5400:1990
ASTM D 523-89

2
2
2

30
30
30

 

5.2.4

Film�s strength against alkali

100g

JIS K 5639:1989

2

40

 

5.2.5

Film�s strength against saline water

100g

JIS K 5639:1989

8

50

 

5.2.6

Color fastness in artificial light (Xenon lighting source)

200g

ISO 2809:1976

7-9

500

 

5.2.7

Film�s flexing strength

100g

JIS K 5639:1989

2

30

 

5.2.8

Fineness of paint

100g

ASTM D 1210-79
JIS K 5400:1990
ISO 1524:1983
TCVN 2091:1993

1
1
1
1

20
20
20
20

 

5.2.9

Content of non-volatile substances (calculated by volume)

100g

ASTM D 2697-86
ISO 1515:1973
ASTM D 2369-93
JIS K 5407:1990

7
1
1
1

200
40
40
40

 

5.2.10

Specific weight of paint

400mL

JIS K 5400:1990

1

40

 

5.2.11

Specific weight of paint and varnishes

400mL

100mL



ISO 2811-1:1997
ASTM D 1475-90



1
1



40
40

 

5.2.12

Drying time of paint

100g

ASTM D 1640-83
TCVN 2096:1993

2
2

20
20

 

5.2.13

Test of double coverings

200g

JIS K 5639:1989

2

50

 

5.3

Group 23: Solvent paints

1kg

    

5.3.1

Acid value

100g

ASTM D 1639-90

1

40

 

5.3.2

Evaluation of the paint�s film under the impact of artificial weather

200g

JIS K 5400:1990
ASTM D 822-89

7-30
1

300
300

300/day

5.3.3

Rubber identification

50g

ISO 4650:1984

2

170

 

5.3.4

Identification of resin separated from rubber

100g

ASTMD D 2612-87

3

300

 

5.3.5

Adhesiveness of film

100g

TCVN 2097:1993
JIS K 5400:1990
ASTM D 3359-93

2
2
2

30
30
30

 

5.3.6

Film�s adhesiveness against acids

100g

JIS K 5400:1990

2

50

 

5.3.7

Film�s adhesiveness against household chemicals

100g

ASTM D 1308-87

30

40

 

5.3.8

Film�s strength against alkali

100g

JIS K 5400:1990
JIS K 5400:1990
ASTM D 870-92

2
2
1

40
40
40

 

5.3.9

Film�s strength against saline water

100g

JIS K 5400:1990

5

50

 

5.3.10

Film�s strength against boiling water

100g

JIS K 5400:1990

1

50

 

5.3.11

Ink film�s strength against water

100g

ASTM D 1647-89

2

40

 

5.3.12

Color fastness in artificial light (Xenon lighting source)

200g

ISO 2809:1976

7-9

500

 

5.1.13

Film�s flexing strength

100g

TCVN 2099:1993
JIS K 5400:1990

2

30

 

5.3.14

Paint film�s impact strength

100g

TCVN 2100:1993
ASTM D 2794-93

2

30

 

5.3.15

Optical brightness (the ray�s angle is up to 60o)

100g

JIS K 5400:1990
TCVN 2101:1993
ASTM D 523-89

2
2
2

30
30
30

 

5.3.16

Film�s hardness against scratch

100g

ISO 10005:1995

2

30

 

5.3.17

Film�s pendulum hardness

100g

TCVN 2098:1993
ASTM D 4366-94

2
2

30
30

 

5.3.18

Fineness of paint

100g

TCVN 2082:1977

JIS K 5400:1990

ASTM D 1210-79

ISO 1524:1983

TCVN 2091:1993

1

1

1

1

1

20

20

20

20

20

5.3.19

The Brookfield viscosity (at 25o C) of paint, solvent and similar substances

500mL

ASTM D 2196-86

1

50

 

5.3.20

Conventional viscosity of strong printing ink

500mL

TCVN 2084:1997

1

30

 

5.3.21

Conventional viscosity of weak printing ink

500mL

TCVN 2083:1977

1

30

 

5.3.22

Conventional viscosity of paint

500mL

TCVN 2092:1993

1

30

 

5.3.23

Coverage

500g

TCVN 2095:1993

2

40

 

5.3.24

Water absorbability of dry film

100g

JIS K 5400:1990

2

50

 

5.3.25

Content of color powder in paint

200g

ASTM D 2371-85

3

60

 

5.3.26

Content of non-volatile substances (calculated by volume)

100g

ASTM D 2697-86

7

200

 

5.3.27

Content of non-volatile substances of paint or varnish solutions

50g

ASTM D 4209

1

40

 

5.3.28

Content of non-volatile substances of ink

100g

ASTM D 2241-93

1

40

 

5.3.29

Content of non-volatile substances of paint

100g

JIS K 5407:1990
ISO 1515:1973
ASTM D 2369-93

1

40

 

5.3.30

Content of non-volatile substances of road paint

100g

ASTM D 1644-88

1

40

 

5.3.31

Content of resin in paint

100g

ASTM D 2372-85

1

60

 

5.3.32

Film�s heat resistance

100g

JIS K 5400:1990

ASTM D 2485-91

3

3

120

300

5.3.33

Film�s heat resistance (within 24 hours)

100g

ASTM D 1485-91

2

100

 

5.3.34

Specific weight of paint

400mL

JIS K 5400:1990

1

40

 

5.3.35

Specific weight of paint or varnishes

400mL
100mL

ISO 2811-1:1997
ASTM D 1475-90

1

40

 

5.3.36

Drying time of paint

100g

JIS K 5400:1990

ASTM D 1640-83

TCVN 2096:1993

2

2

2

20

20

20

5.3.37

Drying time of ink

100g

TCVN 2087:1977

1

20

 

5.3.38

Total content of poisonous elements (Cu+) of anti-fouling paint

100g

JIS K 5101 (1964)

8

150

 

5.4

Group 24: Epoxy paint

1kg

    

5.4.1

Identification of resin separated from paint

100g

ASTM D 2621-87

3

300

 

5.4.2

Adhesiveness of film

100g

ASTM D 3359-93

TCVN 2097:1993

JIS K 5400:1990

2

2

2

30

30

30

5.4.3

Film�s strength against alkali

100g

JIS K 5551:1991

7

40

 

5.4.4

Film�s strength against saline water

100g

JIS K 5551:1991

10

50

 

5.4.5

Film�s strength against petrol

100g

JIS K 5551:1991

2

40

 

5.4.6

Film�s strength against water (after 500 hours at 66oC)

100g

AWW A C 550-90

22

600

30/day

5.4.7

Color fastness in artificial light (Xenon lighting source)

200g

ISO 2809:1976

7-9

500

 

5.4.8

Paint film�s impact strength

100g

TCVN 2100:1993

ASTM D 2794-93

2

2

30

30

5.4.9

Optical brightness (the ray�s angle is up to 60o)

100g

TCVN 2101:1993

JIS K 5400:1990

ASTM D 523-89

2

2

2

30

30

30

5.4.10

Fineness of paint

100g

TCVN 2091:1993

ISO 1524:1983

JIS K 5400:1990

ASTM D 1210-79

1

1

1

1

20

20

20

20

5.4.11

Content of non-volatile substances (calculated by volume)

100g

ASTM D 2697-86

7

200

 

5.4.12

Content of non-volatile substances of paint

100g

JIS K 5407:1990

ISO 1515:1973

ASTM D 2369-93

1

1

1

40

40

40

5.4.13

Specific weight of paint

400mL

JIS K 5400:1990

1

40

 

5.4.14

Specific weight of paint or varnish

100mL

400mL

ASTM D 1475-90

ISO 2811-1:1997

1

1

40

40

5.4.15

Drying time of paint

100g

JIS K 5400:1990

ASTM D 1640-83

2

2

20

20

5.5

Group 25: Nitrocellulose paints

1kg

    

5.5.1

Identification of resin separated

100g

ASTM D 2621-87

3

300

from paint

5.5.2

Adhesiveness of film

100g

ASTM D 3359-93

2

30

 

TCVN 2097:1993

JIS K 5400:1990

2

2

30

30

5.5.3

Film�s strength against water

100g

JIS K 5531:1992

1

40

 

5.5.4

Film�s strength against boiling water

100g

JIS K 5531:1992

1

50

 

5.5.5

Film�s strength against petrol

100g

JIS K 5531:1992

2

40

 

5.5.6

Conglomeration strength

100g

JIS K 5531:1992

1

50

 

5.5.7

Color fastness in artificial light (Xenon lighting source)

200g

ISO 2809:1976

7-9

500

 

5.5.8

Optical brightness (the ray�s angle is up to 60o)

100g

TCVN 2101:1993

JIS K 5400:1990

ASTM D 523-89

2

2

2

30

30

30

5.5.9

Fineness of paint

100g

ASTM D 1210-79

ISO 1524:1983

JIS K 5400:1990

TCVN 2091:1993

1

1

1

1

20

20

20

20

5.5.10

Content of non-volatile substances (calculated by volume)

100g

ASTM D 2697-86

7

200

 

5.5.11

Content of non-volatile substances of resin or varnish solutions

50g

ASTM D 4209

1

40

 

5.5.12

Content of non-volatile substances of paint

100g

ASTM D 2369-93

ISO 1515:1973

JIS K 5407:1990

1

1

1

40

40

40

5.5.13

Specific weight of paint

100g

400mL

JIS K 5531:1992

JIS K 5400:1990

2

1

120

40

5.5.14

Specific weight of paint or varnish

400mL

100mL

ISO 2811-1:1997

ASTM D 1475-90

1

1

40

40

5.5.15

Drying time of paint

100g

JIS K 5400:1990

2

20

 

5.6

Group 26: PU paints

1kg

    

5.6.1

Identification of resin separated from paint

100g

ASTM D 2621-87

3

300

 

5.6.2

Adhesiveness of film

100g

TCVN 2097:1993

ASTM D 3359-93

JIS K 5400:1990

2

2

2

30

30

30

5.6.3

Film�s strength against acids

100g

JIS K 5400:1990

2

50

 

5.6.4

Film�s strength against alkali

100g

JIS K 5656:1992

7

50

 

5.6.5

Color fastness in artificial light (Xenon lighting source)

200g

ISO 2809:1976

7-9

500

 

5.6.6

The paint film�s impact strength

100g

TCVN 2100:1993
ASTM D 2794-93

2
2

30
30

 

5.6.7

Optical brightness (the ray�s angle is up to 60o)

100g

TCVN 2010:1993

JIS K 5656:1992

JIS K 5400:1990

ASTM D 523-89

2

1

2

2

30

30

30

30

5.6.8

Fineness of paint

100g

TCVN 2091:1993

ISO 1524:1983

JIS K 5400:1990

ASTM D 1210-79

1

1

1

1

20

20

20

20

5.6.9

Content of non-volatile substances of

100g

ASTM D 2369-93

ISO 1515:1973

JIS K 5407:1990

1

1

1

40

40

40

5.6.10

Content of non-volatile substances (calculated by volume)

100g

ASTM D 2697-86

7

200

 

5.6.11

Re-coverability

100g

JIS K 5656:1992

7

50

 

5.6.12

Drying time of paint

100g

ASTM D 1640-83

JIS K 5400:1990

2

2

20

20

5.7

Group 27: Electrostatic dipping paint

1kg

    

5.7.1

Electric conductivity

100g

ASTM D 4399-90

2

80

 

5.7.2

pH

100g

ASTM D 4584-86

1

30

 

5.7.3

Acid content

100g

ASTM D 4218-91

1

120

 

5.7.4

Content of non-volatile substances

100g

ASTM D 5145-90

1

60

 

5.8

Group 28: Water paints

1kg

    

5.8.1

Identification of polymer in emulsion paint

250mL

ASTM D 3168-85

2

300

 

5.8.2

Film�s strength against household chemicals

100g

ASTM D 1308-87

30

40

 

5.8.3

Film�s strength against alkali

100g

JIS K 5960 (1983)

3

30

 

5.8.4

Film�s strength against water

100g

ASTM D 870-92

JIS K 5960 (1983)

1

4

40

40

5.8.5

Film�s strength against water in frost-spraying conditions

100g

ASTM D 1735-92

7

350

 

5.8.6

Color fastness in artificial light (Xenon lighting source)

200g

ISO 2809:1976

7-9

500

 

5.8.7

Electric conductivity

200g

ASTM D 1000-93

2

40

 

5.8.8

Fineness of paint

100g

ISO 1524:1983

TCVN 2091:1993

ASTM D 1210-79

1

1

1

20

20

20

5.8.9

The Brookfield viscosity of paint, resin solution and similar substances

500mL

ASTM D 2196-86

1

50

 

5.8.10

pH

100g

ASTM E 70-90

1

50

 

5.8.11

Coverage

500g

JIS K 5960 (1983)

2

40

 

5.8.12

Water absorbability of dry film

100g

JIS K 5400:1990

2

50

 

5.8.13

Stability at low temperature

500g

JIS K 5960 (1983)

5

200

 

5.8.14

Content of color powder in paint

200g

ASTM D 2371-85

3

60

 

5.8.15

Content of color powder in emulsion paint (test by baking at low temperature)

100g

ASTM D 3723-84

1

100

 

5.8.16

Content of non-sifted substances

100g

ASTM D 185-84

1

60

 

5.8.17

Content of non-volatile substances

100g

ASTM D 2369-93

ISO 1515:1973

1

1

40

40

5.8.18

Specific weight

400mL

100mL

ISO 2811-1:1997

ASTM D 1475-90

1

1

40

40

5.8.19

Outer appearance of paint

500g

JIS K 5960 (1983)

2

30

 

5.8.20

Drying time of paint

100g

ASTM D 1640-83

JIS K 5960 (1983)

2

2

20

20

5.8.21

Test of double covering

200g

JIS K 5960 (1983)

2

50

 

6

Fabric, yarn

     

6.1

Group 29: Yarn

1 set

    

6.1.1

Yarn index

1,000m

TCVN 5785:1994

1

30

 

6.1.2

Identification

10g

ASTM D 276-87

2

170

 

6.1.3

Moisture

100g

TCVN 1750:1986

1

40

 

6.1.4

Color fastness in artificial light (Xenon lighting source)

100 cm2

ISO 105-B02:1994

30

500

 

6.1.5

Color fastness in artificial light (high- pressure mercury lighting source)

0.2 m2

TCVN 5823:1994

15

100

 

6.1.6

Color fastness in solvents

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105-X05

2

50

/1 solvent

6.1.7

Color fastness in water

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- E01: 1996
5074:1990

2

40

 

6.1.8

Color fastness in seawater

0.2 m2

TCVN 2533:1990

BS EN ISO 105 -

E02:1996

2

2

50

50

6.1.9

Color fastness in chlorine

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- E03:1997

2

50

 

6.1.10

Color fastness in hot pressing (dry and wet pressing)

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- X11:1996

2

100

 

6.1.11

Color fastness in washing (detergents)

0.2 m2

ISO 105-C06:1994

2

50

 

6.1.12

Color fastness in soap-washing

0.2 m2

TCVN 4537:1988

ISO 105-C01:1989

2

2

50

50

6.1.13

Color fastness in hot dry ironing

0.2 m2

TCVN 5011:1989

1

30

 

6.1.14

Color fastness in hot wet ironing

0.2 m2

TCVN 5011:1989

1

30

 

6.1.15

Color fastness in sweat

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- E04:1996

2

100

 

6.1.16

Color fastness in thermal treatment

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- P01:1995

2

50

 

6.1.17

Strength and elongation when a single warp is pulled apart

1,000m

TCVN 5786:1994

1

50

 

6.1.18

Twist � Twist direction

1,000m

TCVN 5788:1994

1

30

 

6.1.19

Quantitative analysis of yarn mixture

20g

ASTM D 629-95

2

200

 

6.2

Group 30: Fabric, clothes

1 set

    

6.2.1

Identification

10g

ASTM D 276-87

2

170

 

6.2.2

Moisture

100g

TCVN 1750:1986

1

40

 

6.2.3

Tensile strength of bands of knitted fabric

0.5 m2

TCVN 5795:1994

1

50

 

6.2.4

Tensile strength of bands and elongation at the time of pulling apart woven fabric

0.5 m2

TCVN 1754:1986

1

50

 

6.2.5

Tensile strength and elongation of non-woven fabric

40x40 cm

ISO 9073-3:1989

2

50

 

6.2.6

Color fastness in artificial light (high- pressure mercury lights)

0.2 m2

TCVN 5823:1994

15

100

 

6.2.7

Color fastness in artificial light (Xenon lighting source)

0.2 m2

ISO 105-B02:1994

15

500

 

6.2.8

Color fastness in sodium hypochloride solution

0.2 m2

TCVN 5473:1991

2

70

6.2.9

Color fastness in solvents

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- X05:1997

2

50

/1 solvent

6.2.10

Color fastness in seawater

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- E02:1996

TCVN 5233:1990

2

2

50

50

6.2.11

Color fastness in chloride liquid

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- E03:1997

TCVN 5234:1990

2

2

50

50

6.2.12

Color fastness in water

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- E01:1996

TCVN 5074:1990

2

2

40

40

6.2.13

Color fastness in hot pressing

(dry and wet pressing)

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105-

X11:1996

2

100

6.2.14

Color fastness in washing (detergents)

0.2 m2

ISO 105-C06:1994

2

50

 

6.2.15

Color fastness in soap-washing

0.2 m2

ISO 105-C01:1989

2

50

 

6.2.16

Color fastness in hot dry ironing

0.2 m2

TCVN 4537:1988

TCVN 5011:1989

TCVN 5011:1989

2

1

1

50

30

30

6.2.17

Color fastness in dry friction

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- X12:1995

TCVN 4538:1994

2

1

30

30

6.2.18

Color fastness in wet friction

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- X12:1997

TCVN 4538:1994

2

1

30

30

6.2.19

Color fastness in sweat

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- E04:1996

TCVN 5235:1990

2

2

100

60

6.2.20

Color fastness in dry thermal treatment

0.2 m2

BS EN ISO 105- P01:1995

2

50

 

6.2.21

Thickness of knitted fabric

0.5 m2

TCVN 5071:1990

1

30

 

6.2.22

Thickness of woven fabric

0.5 m2

TCVN 5071:1990

1

30

 

6.2.23

Smallness of yarn separated from woven fabric

0.6 m2

TCVN 5095:1990

1

40

 

6.2.24

Twist of yarn separated from woven fabric

0.6 m2

TCVN 5094:1990

1

40

 

6.2.25

Content of free formaldehyde

0.2 m2

ISO 14184-1:1998

2

100

 

6.2.26

Weight of woven fabric

0.5 m2

TCVN 1752:1986

1

30

 

6.2.27

Weight per square meter of knitted fabric

1 m2

TCVN 5793:1994

1

30

 

6.2.28

Weight per square meter of non-woven fabric

1 m2

ISO 9073-1:1989

2

40

 

6.2.29

Sizes of knitted and woven fabric

1 m2

TCVN 5792:1994

TCVN 1751:1986

1

1

20

20

6.2.30

Force of piercing geotechnical fabric

1 m2

ISO 12236:1996

1

100

 

6.2.31

Yarn density of knitted and woven fabric

1 m2

TCVN 5794:1994

TCVN 1753:1986

1

1

40

40

6.2.32

Size changes of knitted fabric after washing

1 m2

TCVN 5798:1994

2

50

 

6.2.33

Size changes of woven fabric after washing

1 m2

TCVN 1755:1986

2

50

 

6.2.34

Quantitative analysis of yarn mixture

20g

ASTM D 629-95

2

200

 

 

DOMAIN: CONSTRUCTION

Ordinal number

Product names - criteria

Quantity

Testing method

Duration day

Unit price VND 1,000

Notes

1

Cement

10 kg

 

30

  

1.1

Fineness after sieving

 

TCVN 4030:1985

 

20

 

1.2

Crushing fineness (acclive surface)

 

TCVN 4030:1985

 

30

 

1.3

Concretion time

 

TCVN 6017:1995

 

30

 

1.4

Volume stability

 

TCVN 6017:1995

 

30

 

1.5

Compression intensity 3, 28 days

 

BSEN 196.1-1995
ASTM C 109-99
TCVN 6016:1995

 

300
300
200

Foreign sand
Foreign sand Vietnamese sand

1.6

Specific weight

 

TCVN 4030:1985

 

30

 

1.7

Standard water content

 

TCVN 6017:1995

 

20

 

1.8

Autoclave expansion

 

ASTM C 151-98a

 

200

 

1.9

Sulfate expansion

 

ASTM C 452-95

 

400

 

2

Fibro-cement roofing sheets

1 sheet

TCVN 4435:1992

5

  

2.1

Basic dimensions

   

20

 

2.2

Sheet weight

   

5

 

2.3

Water absorbability

   

60

 

2.4

Break-bending load

   

50

 

2.5

Water-proof duration

   

20

 

2.6

Volumetric weight

   

50

 

2.7

Appearance

   

30

 

3

Concrete

     

3.1

Air content

1 sample

TCVN 3111:1993

 

80

 

3.2

Volumetric weight

ditto

TCVN 3115:1993

BS 1881:1983-P.114

ASTM C 642-97

30

30

30

3.3

Concretion duration

ditto

ASTM C 403-99

 

350

 

3.4

Slump

ditto

TCVN 3106:1993

 

20

 

3.5

Compression test on available samples

3 samples

TCVN 3118:1993

2

90

 

3.6

Bending strength of concrete

3 samples

TCVN 3119:1993

 

120

 

3.7

Water absorbability

3 samples

TCVN 3113:1993

 

60

 

3.8

Specific weight

3 samples

TCVN 3112:1993

 

30

 

3.9

Module of elasticity

3 samples

ASTM C 469-94

 

140

 

3.10

Concrete dry shrinkage, after 14 days

3 samples

ASTM C 157-99

 

300

 

3.11

Drilling for concrete sampling and compression test

1 piece

TCVN 3118: 1993

5

  
 

- Æ 75

   

500

 
 

- Æ 100

   

600

 
 

- Æ 150

   

800

 

3.12

Model molding at site and compression test in labs

3 pieces

TCVN 3105: 1993 TCVN 4453: 1995

 

200

Travel expenses not yet included 7, 28 days

3.13

Aggregate concrete layout

3 pieces

  

400

 

4

Concrete additives

5 liters

 

30

  

4.1

Volumetric ratio

 

ASTM C 494-99a

 

50

 

4.2

Post-drying remainder

 

ASTM C 494-99

 

150

 

4.3

Conformity with ASTM C 494

 

ASTM C 494-99a

 

2,000

Material and testing expenses not yet included

4.4

Conformity with BS 5075

 

BS 5075: 1985
P. 1, 2, 3

 

2,000

 

5

Colored cement flooring tiles

20 pieces

TCVN 6065:1995

6

  

5.1

Basic dimensions

   

20

 

5.2

Water absorbability

   

60

 

5.3

Shock-force resistance

   

30

 

5.4

Break-bending load on the whole tile

   

80

 

5.5

Tile weight

   

10

 

5.6

Abradability

   

150

 

6

Pipe culverts

1 pipe

AS 4058-1992

4

  

6.1

Basic dimensions

   

40

 

6.2

Water absorbability

   

200

Method of sampling drilling

6.3

Cracking compressive force

   

100

 

6.4

Destroying compressive force

   

100

 

7

Centrifugal reinforced concrete electric posts

1 pile

  

3

 

7.1

Basic dimensions

 

TCVN 5847:1994

 

20

 

7.2

Appearance

 

TCVN 5847:1994

 

20

 

7.3

Compression intensity of concrete

 

20 TCN 162-87

 

80

 

7.4

Post-tip tensile load test

 

TCVN 5847:1994

 

250

 

8

Sand, stone, gravel

20 kg

TCVN 1772:1987 TCVN 339:1986 TCVN 345:1986

7

  

8.1

Specific weight

   

20

 

8.2

Volumetric weight

   

20

 

8.3

Granular composition

   

100

 

8.4

Content of organic impurities

   

20

 

8.5

Content of flat diamond-shaped granules

   

30

 

8.6

Durability in sulfate environment

 

ASTM C 88-99a

 

300

 

8.7

Porous volumetric weight

   

20

 

8.8

Moisture

   

20

 

8.9

Water absorbability

   

60

 

8.10

Compactness in cylinder

   

80

 

8.11

Compression strength limit (rubble)

   

120

for one state

8.12

Content of dust, mud, soil

   

20

 

8.13

Abradability in trommel

   

80

 

9

Bitumen

4 kg

22 TCN 63-84

6

  

9.1

Softening temperature

   

50

 

9.2

Elongation

   

80

 

9.3

Adhesiveness strength of stone or concrete

   

40

 

9.4

Inflammable temperature

   

60

 

9.5

Settlement degree at
25
o C

   

50

 

9.6

Specific weight

   

40

 

9.7

Lost quantity after heating at 168o C for 5 hours

   

100

 

10

Bituminous concrete

3 pieces

22 TCN 62-84

10

  
 

A. Bituminous concrete

 

AASHTO T 245-90

  

Minimum sampling

10.1

Volumetric weight

1

  

30

quantity of 15 pieces

10.2

Water saturation

1

  

30

D = 100 mm

10.3

Expansion

1

  

20

 

10.4

Roller-compact density

1

  

20

 

10.5

Excessive porosity

1

  

20

 

10.6

Compression intensity at 20oC

3

  

150

 

10.6

Compression intensity at 60oC

3

  

150

 

10.7

Compression intensity in the saturation state

3

  

150

 

10.8

Compression intensity after 15 days of saturated immersion

3

  

150

 

10.9

Marshall durability

3

  

300

 

10.10

Marshall plasticity

3

  

30

 

10.11

Conventional hardness

3

  

60

 

10.12

Bituminous content

1

  

100

 
 

Total of part A

   

1,180

 
 

B. Re-made samples (from part A�s ones)

     

10.1

Volumetric weight after remaking

1

  

30

 

10.2

Compression intensity at 20oC

3

  

150

 

10.3

Compression intensity at 50oC

3

  

150

 

10.4

Compression intensity in the saturation state

3

  

150

 

10.5

Compression intensity after 15 days of saturated immersion

3

  

150

 

10.6

Marshall plasticity

3

  

30

 

10.7

Conventional hardness

3

  

60

 

10.8

Molded samples for experiment

12

  

240

 
 

Total of part B

   

960

 
 

C. Hot bituminous concrete (unmolded models)

30 kg

    
 

Expenses for experiment shall be calculated as in Part A, plus expense for processing and molding samples for experiment as in Item 10.8, Part B

   

1,420

 

11

Earth

30 kg

 

6

  

11.1

Moisture

 

TCVN 4196:1995

 

40

 

11.2

Rolling limits

 

TCVN 4197:1995

 

40

 

11.3

Flowing limits

 

TCVN 4197:1995

 

40

 

11.4

Granular composition

 

TCVN 4198:1986

 

150

 

11.5

California Bearing Ratio (CBR) in laboratories

 

ASTM D1883-94

 

600

 

11.6

Test of standard compactness

 

TCVN 4201:1995

 

300

 

11.7

Shaping moisture

 

TCVN 4344:1986

 

30

 

11.8

Sensibility when drying

 

TCVN 4345:1986

 

40

 

11.9

Shrinkage when drying

 

TCVN 4345:1986

 

50

 

11.10

Tensile strength

 

TCVN 4345:1986

 

100

 

11.11

Water absorbability after baking

 

TCVN 4345:1986

 

80

 

11.12

Compression strength

 

TCVN 4345:1986

 

100

 

11.13

Plasticity

 

TCVN 4345:1986

 

60

 

11.14

Granular composition

 

TCVN 4345:1986

 

140

 

12

Building bricks

25 pieces

TCVN 6355:1998

6

  

12.1

Basic dimensions and

     
 

appearance

   

20

 

12.2

Compression strength

   

90

 

12.3

Flexural strength

   

70

 

12.4

Water absorbability

   

60

 

12.5

Specific weight

   

30

 

12.6

Volumetric weight

   

10

 

12.7

Porosity

   

40

 

12.8

Lime stain

   

40

 

12.9

Desalinity

   

80

 

13

Roofling tiles

20 pieces

TCVN 4313:1995

6

  

13.1

Basic dimensions

   

20

 

13.2

Water absorbability

   

60

 

13.3

Water-proof duration

   

40

 

13.4

Break-bending load

     
 

on the whole tile

   

80

 

13.5

Weight of 1 m2 of water-saturated roofing tile

   

20

 

14

Clay flooring tiles

15 pieces

TC 04-87 (Dong Nai Brick and Tile)

6

  

14.1

Basic dimensions

   

20

 

14.2

Water absorbability

   

60

 

14.3

Flexural strength

   

80

 

15

Decoration tiles

15 pieces

TC 04-87 (Dong Nai Brick and Tile)

6

  

15.1

Basic dimensions

   

20

 

15.2

Water absorbability

   

60

 

15.3

Compression strength

   

80

 

16

Flooring glazed tiles wall-covering glazed tiles

60 pieces

TCVN 6415:1998

20

  

16.1

Basic dimensions

10 pieces

  

30

 

16.2

Water absorbability

20 pieces

  

60

 

16.3

Flexural strength limit

20 pieces

  

130

 

16.4

Heat-shock strength

20 pieces

  

100

 

16.5

Thermo-stability

10 pieces

  

100

 

16.6

Chemico-stability

10 pieces

  

150

 

16.7

Mohs hardness

10 pieces

  

40

 

16.8

Surface abradability

10 pieces

  

350

 

16.9

Appearance

10 pieces

  

50

 

17

Porcelain sanitary ware

1 piece

 

6

  

17.1

Water-absorbability

 

TCVN 5436:1986

 

60

 

17.2

Thermo-stability

 

TCVN 5437:1986

 

40

 

17.3

Compression strength

 

TCVN 5436:1986

 

80

 

18

Fire bricks

5 pieces

TCVN 176:1986

6

  

18.1

Basic dimensions

   

20

 

18.2

Apparent porosity

   

30

 

18.3

Volumetric weight

   

30

 

18.4

Compression strength

   

100

 

19

Wood

5 bars

 

7

 

3 x 5 x 10 cm

19.1

Moisture

 

TCVN 358:1970

 

30

 

19.2

Volumetric weight

 

TCVN 369:1970

 

20

 

19.3

Tensile strength limit

 

TCVN 364:1970

 

80

 

19.4

Flexural strength limit

 

TCVN 365:1970

 

80

 

19.5

Compression strength limit

 

TCVN 363:1970

 

80

 

19.6

Hardness

 

TCVN 369:1970

 

70

 

19.7

Elongation or shrinkage

 

TCVN 360:1970

 

40

 

20

Wood products

1 m2

TC 04-90 (Dong Nai Wood Furniture)

5

  

20.1

Varnished surface-breaking strength

   

80

 

20.2

Moisture

   

25

 

20.3

Dilatancy

   

20

 

20.4

Water absorbability

   

20

 

20.5

Thermo-stability

   

40

 

21

Inspection of concrete quality at project sites

     

21.1

Checking concrete degree with bouncing gun, for each member the test shall be made on at least 3 sections, 10 points on each section

   

130

 

21.2

Combination of the above-said two methods for one member

   

270

 

21.3

Use of ultrasound to determine the reinforcement�s position and diameter

   

550

 

 

DOMAIN: ELECTRICITY

Ordinal number

Product names - criteria

Quantity

Testing method

Duration day

Unit price VND 1,000

Notes

1

Home electric appliances
Overall

3 samples

TCVN 5699-1:98 IEC 335-1

 

7

 

1.1

Classification

   

20

 

1.2

Labeling and instructions (21 parts)

   

100

 

1.3

Protection against incidental contact with electrified parts

   

60

 

1.4

Starting of transmission apparatuses by electric motors

   

50

 

1.5

Electric output and current

   

70

 

1.6

Heating In normal operation state
In disadvantageous state

   

80

80

for one state
for one state

1.7

Leaked current and electro- stability at working temperature

   

70

 

1.8

Moisture test

   

300

for one cycle

1.9

Leaked current and electro- stability

   

40

 

1.10

Testing of abnormal manipulations

   

100

for one state

1.11

Mechanical stability and danger

   

50

 

1.12

Mechanical durability

   

50

 

1.13

Structure
Protection grades of IP 1X to IP 4X

   


50

 
 

Protection grades of IP 5X to IP 6X

   

400

 
 

Structural requirements (42 parts)

   

200

 

1.14

Inner conductor (9 parts)

   

80

 

1.15

Supplementary accessories (10 parts)

   

80

 

1.16

Source connector and soft outer conductor (27 parts)

   

200

 

1.17

Connector used for outer conductor (12 parts)

   

150

 

1.18

Earthing line (5 parts)

   

80

 

1.19

Screw and splice (4 parts)

   

60

 

1.20

Leakage length and insulation clearing

   

60

 

1.21

Heat- and fire-resistance and surface discharge (7 parts)

   

- 300

 

2

Electric wire and cable

     

2.1

Plastic-covered wire

10m

TCVN 2103 : 1994
SD1 : 1995

5

  

2.1

Structure and signs

   

20

 

2.2

Fiber cross-section diameter

   

20

per core

2.3

Overall diameter

   

20

per core

2.4

Number of wires

   

10

 

2.5

Cross-section

   

30

 

2.6

Outer diameter

   

20

 

2.7

Insulation thickness

   

20

per core

2.8

Conductor quality

   

10

 

2.9

Cover quality

   

10

 

2.10

Conductor traction limit ratio

   

30

one per core

2.11

Relative elongation of conductor

   

20

per core

2.12

DC resistance at 20o C

   

20

per core

2.13

Insulation resistance at 20o C and 70oC

   

40

each temperature

2.14

Test of tension standing

   

40

 

2.15

Self-combustibility of insulator

   

20

 

2.16

Ageing test

   

50

by days

2.17

Traction strength of cover, insulator

   

40

one core

2.18

Elongation of cover, insulator

   

20

one core

2.19

Insulation shrinkage

   

30

one core

2.20

Insulation deformity

   

30

one core

2.21

Insulation heat-resistance

   

50

one core

2.22

Crack-proof of insulation and cover

   

40

 

3

PVF electro-magnetic wire

50 m

TCVN 4305:1992

5

  

3.1

Dimensions

   

20

 

3.2

DC resistance

   

40

 

3.3

Relative elongation

   

30

 

3.4

Plasticity

   

80

 

3.5

Adhesiveness

   

50

 

3.6

Abrasion-proof

   

50

 

3.7

Flexibility

   

80

 

3.8

Electro-stability

   

30

 

3.9

Heat impulse-resistance

   

50

 

4

Pew electro-magnetic wire

50 m

TCVN 6337:1998

5

  

4.1

Dimensions

   

20

 

4.2

DC resistance

   

40

 

4.3

Relative elongation

   

30

 

4.4

Plasticity and adhesiveness

   

40

 

4.5

Heat impulse-resistance

   

50

 

4.6

Electro-stability

   

80

 

4.7

Cavity

   

50

 

4.8

Abrasion-proof

   

50

 

4.9

Elasticity

   

80

 

5

Electric cable

12 m

TCVN 5935:1995
IEC 60502 (1998)

14

  

5.1

Conductor structure

   

30

 

5.2

Diameter of conducting wire

   

20

per core

5.3

Mechanical durability of conducting wire

   

80

three cores

5.4

DC resistance of conductor

   

70

three cores

5.5

Test of local discharge

   

300

one per core

5.6

Flexural test combined with local discharge test

   

350

one per core

5.7

Intake power coefficient d

   

250

per core

5.8

Thermo-cycle test combined with local discharge test

   

250

one per cycle

5.9

Impulse test combined with voltage-standing test

   

250

one per core

5.10

Voltage-standing test

     
 

- In 5 minutes

   

50

 
 

- In 4 hours

   

200

 

5.11

Block resistivity of insulator

 

at 20o C, 70o C or 90o C

 

80

two states

5.12

Insulation thickness

   

20

per core

5.13

Mechanical durability of insulator

   

80

one per core

5.14

Insulator ageing test

   

40

per day

5.15

Heat test

   

60

per core

5.16

Crack-proof test of insulator

   

40

per core

5.17

Water-absorbability test of insulator

   

500

 

5.18

Compression test at high temperature for insulator

   

120

three per core

5.19

Shrinkage test for insulator

   

30

one per core

5.20

Cover thickness

   

20

 

5.21

Mechanical durability of cover

   

80

one per core

5.22

Cover ageing test

   

30

per one per day

5.23

Cover crack-proof test

   

30

 

5.24

Cover weight loss

   

250

 

5.25

Compression test at high temperatures for cover

   

120

three per core

5.26

Fire test

   

50

 

5.27

Ageing test on complete cable samples

   

30

one per day

5.28

Tensile strength of conductor

   

100

three per core

6

Low-voltage electric instruments

     

6.1

Automatic circuit breaker

1-15

TCVN 6434:1998
IEC 60898 (95)

10

  

6.1.1

Fadelessness of labels

   

50

 

6.1.2

Reliability of screw, conducting parts and connectors

   

50

 

6.1.3

Reliability of connectors used for outer conductor

   

50

 

6.1.4

Protection against electric shock

   

20

 

6.1.5

Dielectric property

   

150

 

6.1.6

Heating

   

100

 

6.1.7

28-day test

   

200

per cycle

6.1.8

Impact property

   

50

one per mode

6.1.9

Heat-resistance

   

80

 

6.1.10

Abnormal heat- and fire-resitance

   

180

 

6.1.11

Anti-rust durability

   

50

 

7

Other electric products

     

7.1

Ballast used for fluorescent tubes

1-5

TCVN 6478:1999
EC 60920 (1990 I) & am 1 (1993) & am 2 (1995)

45

  

7.1.1

Classification

   

20

 

7.1.2

Labeling and instruction

   

100

 

7.1.3

Protection against incidental contact with electrified parts

   

30

 

7.1.4

Connectors

   

100

 

7.1.5

Earthing requirements

   

100

 

7.1.6

Moisture-resistance and insulation

   

150

 

7.1.7

Thermal stability of coil

   

1,500

 

7.1.8

Ballast heating

   

140

per mode

7.1.9

Screw, current conductor and splice

   

100

 

7.1.10

Length of leak and air gap

   

60

 

7.1.11

Heat- and fire-resistance

   

180

 

7.1.12

Anti-rust quality

   

50

 

7.2

Ballast used for fluorescent lamps

1-5

TCVN 6479:1999

7

  

7.2.1

Labeling

   

50

 

7.2.2

Open-circuited voltage at lamp connector or starter

   

30

 

7.2.3

Pre-heating condition

   

50

 

7.2.4

Electric output and current on lamp

   

50

 

7.2.5

Circuit output coefficient

   

30

 

7.2.6

Supply electric current

   

30

 

7.2.7

Magnetic field screen

   

30

 

7.3

Lamps

5-10

IEC 60598-1 (1992)

20

  

7.3.1

Labeling

   

80

 

7.3.2

Structure

   

120

 

7.3.3

Inner and outer conductors

   

150

 

7.3.4

Earthing requirements

   

80

 

7.3.5

Protection against electric shock

   

80

 

7.3.6

Protection against dust, hard objects and moisture

   

50

IP1X-IP4X

7.3.7

Insulation resistance and electric strength

   

80

 

7.3.8

Length of leak and air gap

   

60

 

7.3.9

Durability and thermal stability

   

100

per mode

7.3.10

Heat- and fire-resistance and surface discharge

   

300

 

7.3.11

Screwed connector

   

150

 

7.3.12

Connector without screw and splice

   

150

 

 

DOMAIN: ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

Ordinal number

Product names - criteria

Quantity

Testing method

Duration day

Unit price VND 1,000

Notes

1

Daily-life water, potable water, purified water, mineral water, water for mixing concrete and mortar

(5-10) liters

3-10

   

1.1

Dienert transparency

 

TCVN 5501:1991

 

40

 

1.2

Opacity

 

TCVN 6184:1996
TCVN 7027-90 (E)

 

50

 

1.3

Color

 

TCVN 6185-96

 

50

 

1.4

Smell - identifying by sense

 

ISO 7887-85 (E) APHA 2150 B

 

10

 

1.5

Taste - identifying by sense

 

APHA 2160 B
TCVN 5501:1991

 

20

 

1.6

Insoluble sediment (suspended sediment)

 

APHA 2540 D
TCVN 4560:1988

 

50

 

1.7

Soluble sediment

 

APHA 2540 C
TCVN 4560:1988

 

60

 

1.8

Total sediment (dried at 110o C)

 

APHA 2540 B
TCVN 4560:1988

 

60

 

1.9

Total sediment (dried at 105o C)

 

HACH 1992

 

60

 

1.10

pH degree

 

TCVN 6492:1999
US EPA 150.1

 

30

 

1.11

Total hardness

 

APHA 2340 C
TCVN 2672-78

 

60

 

1.12

Demand for chemical oxygen

 

APHA 5220
TCVN 4565:1988
TCVN 6186:1996
ASTM D 1252-88

 

70

 

1.14

Soluble oxygen content

 

TCVN 4564:1988
HACH 1992

 

60

 

1.15

Demand for bio-chemical oxygen after 5 days

 

APHA 5210 B
TCVN 6001:1995

 

80

 

1.16

Content of chloride (Cl-)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 6194-96

 

50

 

1.17

Content of nitrite (NO2-)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 6178-96
ISO 6777-84 (E)

 

50

 

1.18

Content of nitrate (NO3-)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 6180-96
ISO 7890-3-88 (E)

 

50

 

1.19

Content of ammonium (NH3)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 5988-95

 

60

 

1.20

Content of sulfate (SO42-)

APHA 4500
HACH 1996
TCVN 6200-96

50

1.21

Content of phosphate (PO43-)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 6202-96
ISO 6878-1-86 (E)

 

60

 

1.22

Content of dihydro sulfide (H2S)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 5370:1991
TCVN 4567-88

 

60

 

1.23

Content of cyanide (CN-)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 6181-96

 

60

 

1.24

Content of phenol & its derivatives

 

APHA 5530 C
HPLC

 

500

 

1.25

Petroleum & its compounds

 

TCVN 4582: 1988
APHA 5520

 

200
300

 

1.26

Content of organic chlorous insecticide

 

AOAC 1995
APHA 6630 B

 

600

 

1.27

Content of organic phosphorous insecticide

 

AOAC 1995

 

600

 

1.28

Contents of metals (other than mercury and arsenic)

 

APHA 3500
US EPA
TCVN 6193-96
ISO 8288-86 (E)

 

60

per element

1.29

Content of mercury (Hg)

 

APHA 3500
AOAC 97

 

80

 

1.30

Content of arsenic (As)

 

APHA 3500
TCVN 6626-2000
ISO 11969-96

 

80

 

1.31

Content of silicon (Si)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 5501-91

 

60

 

1.32

Content of fluorine (F)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 4568-88

 

50

 

1.33

Content of surfactant

 

ASTM D1252-88
TCVN 6336-98

 

120

 

1.34

Content of sediment after baking

 

APHA 2540 E
TCVN 4560-1988

 

70

 

1.35

Content of KMnO4

 

TCVN 5370:1991

 

60

 

1.36

Electric conductivity at 20o C

 

APHA 2510

 

40

 

1.37

Content of sediment dried at 180oC

 

TCVN 4560:1988

 

70

 

1.38

Content of borate (from boric acid HBO3)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 6635-2000
ASTMD 3082

 

60

 

1.39

Residue of plant protection drugs; fungicide compounds

 

HPLC/GC

 

600

per original type

1.40

Saturated hydrocarbons

 

APHA 5520F

 

600

for 8 types

1.41

Identification of oil or fat scum and color with bare eyes

 

TCVN 4560:1988

 

20

 

1.42

Content of oil or fat

 

APHA 5520

 

300

 

1.43

Total number of aerobic bacteria

 

APHA 9221

 

60

 

1.44

Streptococci

 

APHA 9221

 

60

 

1.45

E. Coli

 

APHA 9221

 

60

 

1.46

Total number of Coliform

 

APHA 9221

 

60

 

2

Waste water

5-10 liters

 

3-10

  

2.1

Color

 

APHA 2120 B

 

50

 

2.2

Smell

 

APHA 2150 B

 

20

 

2.3

pH

 

TCVN 4559:1988

 

30

 

2.4

Content of sediment

 

TCVN 6492:1999

 

50

 

2.5

Content of insoluble sediment (suspended sediment)

 

TCVN 4560: 1988

 

50

 

2.6

Content of residual chlorine

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 6225-3-96

 

50

 

2.7

Content of total phosphorus

 

APHA 4500-P
TCVN 6202-96

 

60

 

2.8

Content of soluble oxygen

 

HACH 1992
TCVN 5499-95

 

60

 

2.9

Demand for chemical oxygen

 

APHA 5220 D
TCVN 6491-99

 

80

 

2.10

Demand for bio-chemical oxygen

 

APHA 5210 B
TCVN 6001-95

 

80

 

2.11

Content of nitrite (NO2-)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 6178-96
ISO 6777-84

 

50

 

2.12

Content of nitrate (NO3-)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 6180-96
ISO 7989-3-88

 

50

 

2.13

Content of sulfide (S2-)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 4567-88

 

50

 

2.14

Content of sulfate (SO42-)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 4567-88

 

50

 

2.15

Content of bromide (Br-)

 

APHA 4500

 

80

 

2.16

Content of iodide (I-)

 

TCVN 4570:1988

 

80

 

2.17

Content of cianide (CN-)

 

APHA 4500
TCVN 6181-96

 

80

 

2.18

Content of metals (other than mercury and arsenic)

 

APHA 3500
TCVN 6193-96
ISO 8288-86 (E)

 

60

per element

2.19

Content of mercury (Hg)

 

APHA 3500
AOAC-97

 

80

 

2.20

Content of arsenic (As)

 

APHA 3500
TCVN 6182-96
ISO 6595-82 (E)

 

80

 

2.21

Content of phenol (C6H5OH)

 

APHA 5530 C

 

300

 

2.22

Content of oil, fat and derivatives thereof

 

APHA 5520
TCVN 5070:1995

 

300

 

2.23

Animal and vegetable oils

 

APHA 5520
TCVN 4582:1998

 

400

 

2.24

Content of trichloethylene

 

APHA 6200 B

 

300

 

2.25

Content of tetrachloethylene

 

APHA 6200 B

 

300

 

2.26

Total number of coliform

 

TCVN 4584:88

 

60

 

2.27

Radioactivity

 

APHA 7100 B
TCVN 5501:1991

 

300

for one type

2.28

Total alkalinity

 

APHA 2320 B
TCVN 6636-1-2000

 

50

 

2.29

Phenol alkalinity

 

APHA 2320 B
TCVN 6636-1-2000

 

50

 

2.30

Methyl orange alkalinity

 

APHA 2320 B
TCVN 6636-1-2000

 

50

 

2.31

Content of bicarbonate (HCO3-)

 

APHA 2320 B

 

50

 

2.32

Content of carbonate (CO32-)

 

APHA 2320 B
AOAC-97

 

50

 

3

Fertilizers (NPK, organic, micro-bioligical, etc.)

500 g

 

3-5

  

3.1

Content of nitrogen (N)

 

TCVN 5815: 1994

 

60

 

3.2

Content of total nitrogen (N)

 

3 QTTN 118:1993
AOAC -2000

 

60

 

3.3

Content of total P2O5

 

TCVN 5815: 1994
AOAC 2000

 

60

 

3.4

Content of effective P2O5

 

TCVN 5815: 1994
AOAC 2000

 

60

 

3.5

Content of phosphorus (P)

 

IS: 6092-1971
AOAC 2000

 

60

 

3.6

Content of soluble phosphorus (P)

 

AOAC 2000
IS: 6092-1971

 

60

 

3.7

Content of total K2O

 

TCVN 5815: 1994

 

60

 

3.8

Content of K2O soluble in water

 

TCVN 5815: 1994

 

60

 

3.9

Content of potassium (K)

 

3 QTTN 118:1993
IS: 6092-1971

 

60

 

3.10

Content of water

 

TCVN 5815:1994
AOAC 2000

 

60

 

3.11

Moisture

 

AOAC 2000

 

50

 

3.12

Content of organic substances

 

AOAC 1997
TC 010/QDTN

 

80

 

3.13

Content of boron (B)

 

AOAC 2000
IS: 6092 -1971

 

60

 

3.14

Content of sulfur (S)

 

AOAC 2000

 

60

 

3.15

Content of calcium oxide (CaO)

 

3 QTTN 118:1993
AOAC -2000

 

60

 

3.16

Content of micro-metals

 

AOAC 1995 (AAS)

 

60

per element

3.17

Content of mercury (Hg)

 

AOAC 1995 (AAS)

 

80

-ditto-

3.18

Content of arsenic (As)

 

AOAC 1995 (AAS)

 

80

-ditto-

4

Agricultural urea

500 g

 

2-5

  

4.1

Appearance

 

Visual

 

15

 

4.2

Content of nitrogen (N)

 

TCVN 2620:1994
IS: 6092-1971

 

60

 

4.3

Content of free ammonia

 

IS: 1781-1961
AOAC - 2000

 

50

 

4.4

Content of biuret

 

AOAC 1995
IS: 6092-1971

 

60

 

4.5

Moisture

 

TCVN 2620: 1994
IS: 6092-1971

 

50

 

4.6

Size of granules

 

TCVN 2620:1994
ISO 8397: 1988

 

60

 

4.7

pH degree of 10% solution

 

IS: 1781-1961

 

30

 

5

Phosphorus, calsium, magnesium fertilizers

500 g

 

3

  

5.1

Content of effective P2O5

 

TCVN 1078: 1999

 

60

 

5.2

Moisture

 

TCVN 1078: 1999

 

50

 

5.3

Fineness (through 0.18 mm sieve)

 

TCVN 1078: 1999

 

60

 

6

Micro-biological organic phosphorous

 

fertilizer

500 g

 

5

6.1

Content of total P2O5

 

TC: 010/QD-TN
(Thien Nong)

60

  

6.2

Content of effective P2O5

 

TC: 010/QD-TN
(Thien Nong)

60

  

6.3

Content of total organic substances (Walkeyblack method)

 

TC: 010/QD-TN
(Thien Nong)

60

  

6.4

Content of humic acid

 

TC: 010/QD-TN
(Thien Nong)

60

  

6.5

Moisture

 

AOAC 1990
TC: 010/QD-TN
(Thien Nong)

 

50

 

6.6

Total number of phospholytic micro-organisms

 

TCVN:6167:1996

 

100

 

6.7

Total number of nitrogen-fixing micro-organisms

 

TCVN:6166:1996

 

100

 

6.8

Total number of cellulolytic micro-organisms

 

TCVN:6168:1996

 

100

 

7

Leaf fertilizer, modicum fertilizer

500 g

 

3-5

  

7.1.1

Content of nitrogen (N)

 

TCVN 5815:1994

 

60

 

7.1.2

Content of total nitrogen (N)

 

3 QTTN 118:1993
AOAC - 2000

 

60

 

7.1.3

Content of total P2O5

 

TCVN 5815:1994
AOAC - 2000

 

60

 

7.1.4

Content of effective P2O5

 

TCVN 5815:1994
AOAC - 2000

 

60

 

7.1.5

Content of phosphorus (P)

 

AOAC 2000

 

60

 

7.1.6

Content of phosphorus (P) soluble in water

 

AOAC 2000

 

60

 

7.1.7

Content of total K2O

 

TCVN 5815:1994
AOAC 2000

 

60

 

7.1.8

Content of K2O soluble in water

 

TCVN 5815:1994

 

60

 

7.1.9

Content of total water

 

AOAC 2000
TCVN 5815:1994

 

60

 

7.1.10

Moisture

 

3 QTTN 118: 1993

 

40

 

7.1.11

Content of organic substances

 

AOAC 2000

 

80

 

7.1.12

Content of boron (B)

 

AOAC 2000

 

60

 

7.1.13

Content of sulfur (S)

 

AOAC 2000

 

60

 

7.1.14

Content of calcium oxide (CaO)

 

3 QTTN 118:1993
AOAC 2000

 

50

 

7.1.15

Content of modicum metals

 

AOAC 2000

 

60

per element

7.1.16

Content of mercury (Hg)

 

AOAC 2000

 

80

 

7.1.17

Content of arsenic (As)

 

AOAC 2000

 

80

 
 

Potassium chloride

500 g

 

3-5

  

7.2.1

Content of potassium oxide (K2O)

 

IS: 2779-1964
TCVN 5815-94

60

  

7.2.2

Moisture (140-145)o C

 

IS: 2779-1964

 

50

 

7.2.3

Content of sodium (equivalent in sodium chloride) Superphosphate

500 g

IS: 2779 -1964
AOAC 1995

2 - 4

50

 

7.3.1

Content of effective phosphorus (equivalent in P2O5)

 

IS:294-1962
TCVN 4440:1987

 

60

 

7.3.2

Moisture

 

TCVN 4440: 1987

 

50

 

7.3.3

Content of free acids (equivalent in P2O5)

 

TCVN 4440:1987

 

60

 

8

Cement

1 kg

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

3 - 7

  

8.1

Moisture

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

50

 

8.2

Lost content after baking

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.3

Content of silicon oxide (SiO2)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

70

 

8.4

Content of insoluble sediment

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

50

 

8.5

Content of aluminium oxide (Al2O3)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.6

Content of iron oxide (Fe2O3)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.7

Content of calcium oxide (CaO)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.8

Content of free calcium oxide (CaO)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.9

Content of magnesium oxide (MgO)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.10

Content of titanium oxide (TiO2)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.11

Content of manganese oxide (MnO)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.12

Content of sulfite (SO3-)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.13

Content of sulfur (S)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.14

Content of chloride (Cl-)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.15

Content of sodium oxide (Na2O)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.16

Content of potassium oxide (K2O)

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

60

8.17

Content of sodium oxide and potassium oxide (Na2O and K2O)

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

120

8.18

Group of ammonihydroxide

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

80

 

8.19

Content of P2O5

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.20

Content of zinc oxide (ZnO)

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

60

 

8.21

Organic compounds soluble in chloroform

 

TCVN 141:1998
ASTM C 114-00

 

80

 

8.22

Hydro-thermalization of hydraulic cement

 

ASTM C 186-94

5-30

650

 

8.23

Alkali and free SiO2 removability

 

ASTM C 289-94

3

250

 

8.24

Content of SO42-

 

AS 1012.20-90

 

60

 

8.25

Content of chloride Cl-

 

AS 1012.20-90

 

60

 

8.26

Content of C3S

 

ASTM C 150-95
TCVN 6067:1995

 

10

 

8.27

Content of C2S

 

ASTM C 150-95
TCVN 6067:1995

 

10

 

8.28

Content of C3A

 

ASTM C 150-95
TCVN 6067:1995

 

10

 

8.29

Content of C4AF

 

ASTM C 150-95
TCVN 6067:1995

 

10

 

8.30

Activity

 

TCVN 3735:1985

35

650

 

9

Content of metals (including modicum) (food, fertilizer, livestock feed, polymer, plastic, etc.)

100 g

 

1 - 3

  

9.1

Content of metals (other than mercury and arsenic)

 

AAS (ASTM, ISO, AOAC, documents)

 

60

per element

9.2

Content of mercury and arsenic

 

AAS (ASTM, ISO, AOAC, documents)

 

80

per element

9.3

Content of chromium (VI)

 

DIN 53314-1996

 

90

 

9.4

Metal content determined by using N2O-Air burning oil

 

AAS

 

80

 

10

Synthetic cleansing agents - detergens

1 kg

 

3 - 7

  

10.1

Appearance

 

TCVN 5720:1993
64 TCN 31-92

 

15

 

10.2

Content of water

   

150

 

10.3

Content of water and volatile substances

   

60

 

10.4

Content of sediment insoluble in water

   

60

 

10.5

Content of substances soluble in alcohol

   

80

 

10.6

Content of sodium chloride soluble in alcohol

   

50

 

10.7

Content of sodium carbonate

     
 

(Na2CO3) soluble in alcohol

   

50

 

10.8

Content of surfactant

 

ISO 2271 - 1989
TCVN 5455: 1998

 

200

 

10.9

Content of phosphorus (by P2O5)

 

TCVN 5720: 1993
TCVN 5489:1991
64 TCN 31 - 92

 

60

 

10.10

pH degree of solution

 

ASTM 1172-95
TCVN 5458:1991

 

30

 

10.11

Spumity of 1% solution

 

TCVN 5720:1993

 

50

 

10.12

Volume of spume column

 

64 TCN 31-92

 

30

 

10.13

Stability of spume column after 5 minutes and 3 minutes

 

TCVN 5720:1993
64 TCN 31-92

 

50

 

10.14

Specific weight (g/ml)

 

TCVN 5720:1993
64 TCN 31-92

 

20

 

10.15

Product unit weight

 

TCVN 5720:1993

 

10

 

10.16

Content of active oxygen

 

TCVN 5490: 1991

 

60

 

10.17

Granular composition

 

ASTM D 502-89
TCVN 5459: 1991

 

50

 

11

Washing fluid containing chlorine

500 liters

 

3 - 5

  

11.1

Content of effective chlorine

 

ASTM D 2022-89

 

50

 

11.2

Content of sodium hypochlorite

 

ASTM D 2022-89

 

60

 

11.3

Content of sodium chlorate

 

ASTM D 2022-89

 

60

 

11.4

Content of total chlorine

 

ASTM D 2022-89

 

60

 

11.5

Content of chloride

 

ASTM D 2022-89

 

50

 

11.6

Total alkalinity (by sodium oxide)

 

ASTM D 2022-89

 

60

 

11.7

Content of free alkali

 

ASTM D 2022-89

 

50

 

12

Dish and home utensil washing fluid

500 liters

TCVN 02-91
VNC oil
TC 03-96 (P/S)

3 - 5

  

12.1

Appearance

   

15

 

12.3

pH degree of 5% solution

   

30

 

12.4

Content of substance soluble in 96% alcohol

   

70

 

12.5

Content of substances insoluble in water

   

50

 

12.6

Content of surfactant

   

170

 

12.7

Spumity

   

50

 

12.8

Volume of spume column of 5% solution

   

30

 

12.9

Stability by temperatures

   

60

 

12.10

Volumetric difference on one product unit

3 products

  

10

 

13

Soap

500 g

 

3 - 5

  

13.1

Appearance

 

TCVN 1557:1991

 

10

 

13.2

Weight of soap cake

 

TCVN 1557:1991

 

10

 

13.3

Moisture and content of volatile substance

 

AS 1878 - 76
ASTM D 460-91

 

60

 

13.4

Moisture

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

80

 

13.5

Content of substances insoluble in water

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

50

 

13.6

Content of substances insoluble in ethylic 95% alcohol

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

80

 

13.7

Content of total alkali converted into Na2O

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

50

 

13.8

Content of free alkali

 

ASTM D 460-91
TCVN 1557:1991

50

  

13.9

Content of free acids

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

50

 

13.10

Content of free fatty acids

 

BS 1715:1989

 

60

 

13.11

Content of total fatty acids

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

80

 

13.12

Content of fatty acids

 

TCVN 1557:1991

 

80

 

13.13

Content of chloride

 

ASTM D 460-91
BS 1715:1989

50

  

13.14

Content of sodium chloride

 

TCVN 1557:1991

 

50

 

13.15

Content of silicate

 

ASTM D 460-91
TCVN 1557:1991

 

60

 

13.16

Content of sodium carbonate

 

TCVN 1557:1991

 

50

 

13.17

Content of sulfate

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

50

 

13.18

Content of phosphate

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

50

 

13.19

Freezing point of fatty acids

 

ASTM D 460-91
TCVN 1557:1991

 

120

 

13.20

Content of fat not yet saponified

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

80

 

13.21

Content of fat not yet saponified

 

TCVN 1557:1991

 

160

 

13.22

Content of unsaponified organic substances

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

160

 

13.23

Content of unsaponified organic substances

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

160

 

13.24

Acid value of fatty acids

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

100

 

13.25

Iodine number of fatty acids

 

ASTM D 460-91
TCVN 1557:1991

 

100

 

13.26

Content of borax (Na2B4O7)

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

60

 

13.27

Content of glycerine

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

60

 

13.28

Content of starch

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

60

 

13.30

Content of copper (Cu)

 

ASTM D 460-91

 

60

 

13.31

Initial spume volume of 0.5% soap solution

 

TCVN 1557 - 91

 

50

 

13.32

pH of solution

 

ASTM D 1172-95

 

30

 

14

Hair-washing and shower soap in liquid form

500 g

TCVN 5817:1994
3 QTTN 136-90

 

5

 

14.1

Appearance

   

20

 

14.2

pH

   

30

 

14.3

Spumity

   

50

 

14.4.

Volume of spume column of 1% solution at 50oC

   

30

 

14.5

Stability of spume column after 3 minutes and 5 minutes

   

50

 

14.6

Viscosity

   

50

 

14.7

Stability on temperature condition

   

50

 

14.8

Content of substances soluble in alcohol

   

80

 

14.9

Content of surfactant soluble in alcohol

   

160

 

14.10

Content of chloride

   

50

 

14.11

Content of sulfate

   

50

 

14.12

Content of hazardous metals (Pb, As)

   

140

 

14.13

Content of free ammonia

   

50

 

14.14

Product weight or capacity

3 products

  

10

 

15

Lime

1 kg

ASTM C 25-95
JIS R 9011-64

3-7

  

15.1

Lost quantity when baking at (900 to 1,000)oC

 

ASTM C 25-95
TCVN 141-98

 

60

 

15.2

Content of impurities

 

ASTM C 25-95
JIS R 9011-64

 

50

 

15.3

Content of insoluble substances

 

ASTM C 25-95
JIS R 9011-64
TCVN 141-98

 

50

 

15.4

Content of silicon and insoluble sediment

 

ASTM C 25-95
JIS R 9011-64
TCVN 141-98

 

70

 

15.5

Content of silicon oxide (SiO2)

 

ASTM C 25-95
TCVN 141-98

 

70

 

15.6

Total content of aluminium oxide and iron oxide (Al2O3 & Fe2O3)

 

JIS R 9011-64

 

80

 

15.7

Content of iron oxide (Fe2O3)

 

ASTM C 25-95
TCVN 141-98
AOAC -97

 

60

 

15.8

Content of calcium oxide (CaO)

 

ASTM C 25-95
JIS R 9011-64

 

50

 

15.9

Content of magnesium oxide (MgO)

 

ASTM C 25-95
JIS R 9011-64

 

50

 

15.10

Content of anhydrite sulfuric (SO3)

 

ASTM C 25-95
JIS R 9011-64

 

60

 

15.11

Content of total sulfur (S)

 

ASTM C 25-95
JIS R 9011-64

 

60

 

15.12

Content of anhydrite phosphoric (P2O5)

 

JIS R 9011-64

 

60

 

15.13

Activity

 

TCVN 3735: 1985

35

650

 

16

Gypsum

500 g

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

2 - 5

  

16.1

Content of free water at 45o C

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

70

 

16.2

Content of water combined at (215 230)o C

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

60

 

16.3

Content of silicon & sediment insoluble in acids

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65
TCVN 141-98

 

80

 

16.4

Fineness through one sieving size

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

60

 

16.5

Content of calcium oxide (CaO)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

60

 

16.6

Content of magnesium oxide (MgO)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

60

 

16.7

Content of iron oxide and aluminium oxide (Fe2O3 & Al2O3)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

80

 

16.8

Content of iron oxide (Fe2O3)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

60

 

16.9

Content of anhydrite sulfuric (SO3) or calcium sulfate (CaSO4)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

60

 

16.10

Content of anhydrite sulfuric (SO3)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

60

 

16.11

Content of calcium sulfate (CaSO4)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

60

 

16.12

Content of sodium chloride (NaCl)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

50

 

16.13

Content of sulfur (S)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

60

 

16.14

Content of sulfide (S-)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

60

 

16.15

Content of anhydrite carbonic (CO2)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

50

 

16.16

Content of anhydrite phosphoric (P2O5) soluble in water

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

60

 

16.17

Content of alkali soluble in water

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

 

50

 

16.18

Content of free acids (converted into H2SO4)

 

ASTM C 471-91
IS: 1288-73
JIS R 9101-65

1

50

 

17

Coal (raw material)

1 kg

 

2-5

  

17.1

Moisture

 

ASTM D 3173-87
ASTM D 2667-91

 

50

 

17.2

Gross moisture

 

ASTM D 3302-91

 

50

 

17.3

Total moisture

 

TCVN 172:1997

 

80
50

method A
method B

17.4

Moisture

 

ASTM 2667-91

 

50

 

17.5

Content of volatiles

 

TCVN 174:1995

 

50

 

17.6

Content of ash (8150C x 7 minutes)

 

TCVN 173:1995

 

50

 

17.7

Content of ash

 

ASTM D 3174-93

 

60

 

17.8

Content of toal sulfur

 

ASTM D 3177-89
TCVN 175:1995

 

60

 

17.9

Calori

 

TCVN 200:1995

 

60

 

17.10

Total ash

 

ASTM D 2866-94

 

60

 

17.11

Content of sulfur pyrite

 

TCVN 175:1995

 

60

 

17.12

Iodine number for activated carbon

 

ASTM D 4607-94

 

160

 

18

Magnesium silicate

500 g

ASTM D 717-86

2 - 5

  

18.1

Lost quantity when baking at (900-1,000)oC

 

ASTM D 717-86

 

50

 

18.2

Moisture (105-110)oC

 

ASTM D 717-86

 

50

 

18.3

Content of substances soluble in water

 

ASTM D 717-86

 

50

 

18.4

Granule size through 325 sieve (45 mm)

 

ASTM D 717-86

 

60

 

18.5

Content of silicon oxide (SiO2)

 

ASTM D 717-86
TCVN 141-98

 

70

 

18.6

Total content of aluminium oxide and iron oxide (Al2O3 & Fe2O3)

 

ASTM D 717-86

 

80

 

18.7

Content of calcium oxide (CaO)

 

ASTM D 717-86

 

60

 

18.8

Content of magnesium oxide (MgO)

 

ASTM D 717-86

 

60

 

18.9

Alkalinity or acidity

 

ASTM D 717-86

 

50

 

19

Aluminium silicate (Kaolin)

500 g

ASTM D 718-86

3-5

  

19.1

Lost quantity when baking at (900-1,000)oC

 

ASTM D 718-86

 

60

 

19.2

Moisture (105110)oC

 

ASTM D 718-86

 

50

 

19.3

Content of substances soluble in water

 

ASTM D 718-86

 

50

 

19.4

Granule size through 325 sieve (45 mm)

 

ASTM D 718-86

 

60

 

19.5

Content of silicon oxide (SiO2)

 

ASTM D 718-86
TCVN 141-98

 

70

 

19.6

Content of aluminium oxide (Al2O3)

 

ASTM D 718-86

 

60

 

19.7

Content of iron oxide (Fe2O3)

 

ASTM D 718-86

 

60

 

19.8

Content of titanium oxide (TiO2)

 

ASTM D 718-86

 

60

 

20

Earth, clay

500 g

 

2 - 5

  

20.1

Moisture

 

TCVN 4196:1986

 

50

 

20.2

Content of silicon oxide (SiO2)

 

TCVN 4347:1986
TCVN 141-98

 

70

 

20.3

Content of titanium oxide (TiO2)

 

TCVN 141-98
ASTM C 114-95

 

60

 

20.4

Content of aluminium oxide (Al2O3)

 

TCVN 4348: 1986

 

60

 

20.5

Content of iron oxide (Fe2O3)

 

TCVN 4349: 1986

 

60

 

20.6

Content of magnesium oxide (MgO)

 

TCVN 4351: 1986

 

60

 

20.7

Content of calcium oxide (CaO)

 

TCVN 4350: 1986

 

60

 

20.8

Content of anhydrite sulfuric (SO3)

 

Reference to
TCVN 141:1998

 

60

 

21

Liquid Sodium silicate

500g

64 TCN 38: 1986

4

  

21.1

State

   

10

 

21.2

Density at 20oC

   

50

 

21.3

Content of sodium oxide (Na2O)

   

60

 

21.4

Content of silicon oxide (SiO2)

   

60

 

21.5

Content of sediment insoluble in water

   

50

 

21.6

Silicon module

   

120

 

22

Earth, solid wastes

500 g

    

22.1

Residue of plant protection drugs of organic chlorine group

 

EPA

 

900

 

22.2

Content of PCBs

 

EPA

 

900

 

22.3

Content of PAHs

 

EPA

 

900

 

 

DOMAIN: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Ordinal number

Product names - criteria

Quantity

Testing method

Duration day

Unit price VND 1,000

Notes

1

Fat-essential oils-aroma-solvents

  

5

  

1.1

Fatty acid fraction of vegetable oil and coagulative fat

100 g

AOAC 2000

 

300

 

1.2

Fatty acid fraction of oilseeds

1,000g

AOAC 2000

 

400

 

1.3

Main constituents of essential oils

100 g

QTTN 601:2001

 

400

 

1.4

Auxiliary constituents of essential oils

100 g

QTTN 601:2001

 

400

 

1.5

Main constituents of products processed from essential oils

400 g

QTTN 601:2001

 

500

 

1.6

Auxiliary constituents of products processed from essential oils

400 g

QTTN 601:2001

 

500

 

1.7

Composition of aroma, solvents
* From 1 to 15 constituents
* From 16 to 30 constituents
* More than 31 constituents

100 g

QTTN 601:2001

 



350

400

500

 

2

Plant protection drugs

  

4

  

2.1

Suspensiveness

200 g

3QTTN 151-93

 

50

 

2.2

Permeability

50 g

3QTTN 151-93

 

50

 

2.3

Shachong shuang quality

50 g

(10)

 

150

multiquantity

2.4

Residue of herbicide 2.4D, 2.4.5T

1 kg

(6b)

 

400

 

2.5

Residue of synthetic pyrethrum insecticide

1 kg

(6c)

 

500

 

2.6

Residue of insecticide

1 kg

AOAC 2000

   
 

- Organic chlorine

 

(6a)

 

500

 
 

- Organic phosphorus

   

500

 

2.7

Content of 2.4D amin

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

250

multiquantity

2.8

Content of 2.4D sodium salt

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

250

multiquantity

2.9

Content of alphacypermethrin

50 g

QTTN 604 : 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.10

Content of alvin

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.11

Content of applaud

50 g

QTTN 615 : 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.12

Content of bassa

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.13

Content of benomyl

50 g

(4)

 

250

multiquantity

2.14

Content of butachlor

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.15

Content of carbendazim

50 g

WiHH

 

250

multiquantity

2.16

Content of carbofuran

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.17

Content of carbosufan

50 g

HDHH

 

220

multiquantity

2.18

Content of cyphenothrin

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.19

Content of cypermethrin

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.20

Content of D - cyphenothrin

50 g

HDHH

 

220

multiquantity

2.21

Content of dead line

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.22

Content of dalapont

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.23

Content of danitol

50 g

QTTN 612 : 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.24

Content of deltamethrin

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.25

Content of diazinon

50 g

QTTN 609 : 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.26

Content of dichlovos (DDVP)

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.27

Content of dimethoate (BI 58)

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.28

Content of copper in copper oxylchloride

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.29

Content of endiphenphos

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.30

Content of endosulfan

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.31

Content of ethoprophos

50 g

HDHH

 

220

multiquantity

2.32

Content of fenvalerate

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.33

Content of fosetyl - Al

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.34

Content of fuzione

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.35

Content of glyphosate

50 g

(9)

 

220

multiquantity

2.36

Content of gramaxone

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.37

Content of isoprocarb (mipcin)

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.38

Content of karate

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.39

Content of kasugamycin

50 g

HDHH

 

250

multiquantity

2.40

Content of lanate

50 g

HDHH

 

250

multiquantity

2.41

Content of mancozeb

50 g

AOAC 2000

 

220

multiquantity

2.42

Content of maneb

50 g

AOAC 2000

 

220

multiquantity

2.43

Content of metalaxyl

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.44

Content of netoxin

50 g

HDHH

 

220

multiquantity

2.45

Content of nominee

50 g

(7)

 

250

multiquantity

2.46

Content of ofunack

50 g

QTTN 618 : 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.47

Content of padan

50 g

(10)

 

220

multiquantity

2.48

Content of permethrin

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.49

Content of phenthoate

50 g

HDHH

 

220

multiquantity

2.50

Content of phenol

50 g

-2

 

220

multiquantity

2.51

Content of phosalon

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.52

Content of prallethrin

50 g

HDHH

 

220

multiquantity

2.53

Content of pretillachlor

50 g

HDHH

 

220

multiquantity

2.54

Content of propanil

50 g

QTTN 611 : 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.55

Content of propineb

50 g

AOAC 95 (7.3.09)

 

220

multiquantity

2.56

Content of propoxur

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.57

Content of pyanchlor

50 g

HDHH

 

220

multiquantity

2.58

Content of pynamin

50 g

QTTN 613: 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.59

Content of pyrinex

50 g

HDHH

 

220

multiquantity

2.60

Content of regent

50 g

HDHH

 

250

multiquantity

2.61

Content of ronstar

50 g

QTTN 605 : 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.62

Content of sirius

50 g

HDHH

 

250

multiquantity

2.63

Content of sumithion

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.64

Content of sunnice

50 g

HDHH

 

250

multiquantity

2.65

Content of tetramethrin

50 g

HDHH

 

220

multiquantity

2.66

Content of tilt

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.67

Content of topsin

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

250

multiquantity

2.68

Content of transfluthrin

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.69

Content of tridiamefon

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.70

Content of validamycin

50 g

QTTN 607 : 2001

 

250

multiquantity

2.71

Content of whip�s

50 g

QTTN 606 : 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.72

Content of zineb

50 g

AOAC 2000

 

220

multiquantity

2.73

Content of ziram

50 g

AOAC 2000

 

220

multiquantity

2.74

Content of acepatic

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

 

2.75

Content of butachlor

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.76

Content of dalapont

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.77

Content of dead line

50 g

AOAC 95 (7.3.09)

 

220

multiquantity

2.78

Content of endiphenphos

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.79

Content of fenvalerate

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.80

Content of fosetyl - Al

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

multiquantity

2.81

Content of glyphosate

50 g

(1)

 

220

multiquantity

2.82

Content of monceren

50 g

QTTN 614 : 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.83

Content of nominee

50 g

(7)

 

250

multiquantity

2.84

Content of pyrinex

50 g

QTTN 616 : 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.85

Content of ronstar

50 g

QTTN 605 : 2001

 

220

multiquantity

2.86

Content of S - biollethrin

50 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

220

 

2.87

Content of sirius

50 g

QTTN 617 : 2001

 

250

multiquantity

2.88

Specific weight

200 g

CIPAC - 1995

 

40

 

2.99

Density

200 g

CIPAC -1995

 

40

 

3

Gases

2 kg

  

4

 

3.1

Content of nitrogen (N2)

 

HDHH

 

300

 

3.2

Content of oxygen (O2)

 

HDHH

 

300

 

3.3

Content of carbon dioxide (CO2)

 

HDHH

 

300

 

3.4

Content of hydrogen (H2)

 

HDHH

 

300

 

3.5

Content of ammonia (NH3)

 

HDHH

 

300

 

3.6

Content of carbon monoxide (CO)

HDHH

  

300

 

3.7

Content of sulfur dioxide (SO2)

 

HDHH

 

300

 

3.8

Content of nitrogen monoxide (NO)

 

HDHH

 

300

 

4

Water

2 liters

 

5

  

4.1

Content of phenol

 

APHA

 

300

 

4.2

Content of chlorophenol and phenol derivatives

 

APHA

 

500

 

4.3

Residue of organic chlorous insecticide

 

APHA

 

600

In foodstuffs

4.4

Multi-cyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

 

APHA

 

600

 

4.5

Residue of organic phosphorous insecticide

 

APHA 6630 B

 

500

 

4.6

Residue of organic chlorous insecticide

 

APHA 6630 B

 

500

 

4.7

Mineral oil (in DO)

 

QTTN 620 : 2001

 

300

 

4.8

Animal and vegetable oil and fat

 

APHA 5530 C
TCVN 4582:1988

 

300
200

 

4.9

Content of trichloethylene

 

GC-MS

 

300

 

4.10

Content of tetrachloethylene

 

GC-MS APHA-5530 C

 

300
300

 

4.11

Chloroform

 

APHA 6200 B

 

300

 

5

Food coloring matters

100 g

 

4

  

5.1

Content of substances volatile at 135oC

 

TCVN 6470: 1998
AOAC 95(950.65)

 

50

 

5.2

Content of total ash

 

3QTTN 131-92

 

50

 

5.3

Content of ash insoluble in HCl

 

TCVN 6470:1998

 

50

 

5.4

Reaction of wool dyeing and identification by chromatographic paper

 

TCVN 5571: 1991
TCVN 6470: 1998

 

60

 

5.5

Content of substance soluble in water

 

TCVN 6470: 1998

 

50

 

5.6

Content of substance soluble in neutral ether

 

TCVN 6470: 1998

 

80

 

5.7

Content of substance insoluble in chloroform

 

TCVN 6470: 1998

 

80

 

5.8

Purity

 

AOAC 90

 

80

 

5.9

Density

 

CIPAC

 

40

 

6

Mycotoxins

400 g

 

5

  

6.1

Content of aflatoxin (B1, B2, G1, G2)

 

AOAC 95

 

400

 

7

Other criteria

     

7.1

2, 3, 5, 6 - Tetrachlorophenol (TeCP)

500 g

(11)

5

400

 

7.2

Caffein

200 g

(3)

5

300

 

7.3

Anti-oxidants BHT, BHA, TBHQ

300 g

AOAC 2000

5

300

one type

7.4

Volatile organic chemicals (VOC)
- From 1 to 15 constituents
- More than 15 constituents



500 g



APHA 98



5



300

400

 

7.5

Chlotetracyclin

 

(1)

4

300

 

7.6

Cholesterol in oils and fats

100 g

AOAC 2000

7

400

 

7.7

Residue of DDT insecticide

500 g

AOAC(985 : 22)

6

350

 

7.8

Formaldehyde

20 g

DIN
JIS

 

300

 

7.9

Content of guanylate

100 g

FAO FNP 34

3

60

 

7.10

Content of inosinate

100 g

FAO FNP 34

3

60

 

7.11

Content of vanillin

20 g

HDHH

4

220

multiquantity

7.12

Content of aflatoxin (B1,B2,G1,G2)

500 g

AOAC 2000
TCVN

 

500

 

7.13

Content of aflatoxin (M1)

500 g

AOAC 2000

 

450

 

7.14

Content of chloramphenicol

500 g

ISO 13493:1998 (E)

300

  

7.15

Content of chlotetracyclin

500 g

  

300

 

7.16

Content of DO in lubricant

50 g

reference to ASTM

4

300

 

7.17

Content of EDTA in canned food

500 g

(5)

 

300

 

7.18

Azo color

100 g

35 LMBG 82.02.2/3/4

6

650

 

7.19

Oxytetracyclin

500 g

(1)

 

300

 

7.20

Pentachloro phenol (PCP)

500 g

(11)

6

500

 

7.21

Average molecular weight (LAS)

100 g

GC

4

400

 

7.22

Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)

1,000 g

DIN 38407 F2
AOAC 95

8

800

 

7.23

Polynuclear Aromatic
Hydrocarbons (PAHs)

1,000 g

APHA 95

8

600

up to 16 types

7.24

Polyphosphate

 

BS 4401:1981

 

300

 

7.25

Tetracyclin

500 g

(1)

5

300

 

7.26

Theobromine

200 g

(3)

5

300

 

7.27

Vinylchloride

200 g

35 LMBG 80.32.1

4

300

 

 

DOMAIN: OIL AND GAS

Ordinal number

Product names - criteria

Quantity

Testing method

Duration day

Unit price VND1000

Notes

1

Group 1: Alkyl Benzene

     

1.1

Refraction index

20

ASTM D 1218 - 99

4

40

 

1.2

Doctor test

60

ASTM D 4952 - 96

4

30

 

1.3

Aniline point

60

ASTM
D 611- 82 (93)

4

40

 

1.4

Hydrocarbon components and average molecular weight

100

(2)

4

400

 

1.5

Water content

200

ASTM D 1744 � 92

4

150

 

1.6

Specific weight, density

400

ASTM
D 1298 � 99

4

30

 

1.7

Specific weight, density

400

TCVN 6594 : 2000

4

30

 

1.8

Saybolt color

400

ASTM D 156 - 00

4

30

 

1.9

Appearance

-

Visual

4

10

 

1.10

Ignition temperature in closed cups

600

ASTM D 93 � 00

4

60

 

1.11

Ignition temperature in closed cups

600

TCVN 2693: 1995

4

60

 

1.12

Distillation components

500

ASTM D 86 � 00a

4

50

 

1.13

Distillation components

500

TCVN 2698: 1995

4

50

 

2

Group 2: Lubricating oil � Base oil � Rock oil additives � Used lubricating oil

3 liters

 

5-7

  

2.1

Copper-foil corrosion at 1000C

200

ASTM D 130 � 94

4

50

 

2.2

Copper-foil corrosion at 1000C

200

TCVN 2694: 1995

4

50

 

2.3

Copper-foil corrosion at 500C

200

ASTM D 130 � 94

4

40

 

2.4

Copper-foil corrosion at 500C

200

TCVN 2694: 1995

4

40

 

2.5

Insoluble sediment of used lubricating oil

100

ASTM D 893 � 97

4

150
200

In pentane
In toluene

2.6

Viscosity index

0

ASTM D 2270 � 93

4

10

Calculated

2.7

Viscosity index

0

TCVN 6019: 1995

4

10

Calculated

2.8

Aniline point

60

ASTM
D 611 � 82 (93)

4

40

 

2.9

Aniline point

60

TCVN 3173: 1995

4

40

 

2.10

Kinetic viscosity at 1000C

60

ASTM D 445 � 97

4

50

 

2.11

Kinetic viscosity at 1000C

60

TCVN 3171: 1995

4

50

 

2.12

Kinetic viscosity at 400C

60

ASTM D 445 � 97

4

40

 

2.13

Kinetic viscosity at 400C

60

TCVN 3171: 1995

4

40

 

2.14

Spumity

1,600

ASTM D 892 � 98

5

60
100

1 stage
3 stages

2.15

Antimony (Sb) content

50

(1) � Page 6

4

60

 

2.16

Silver (Ag) content

50

(1) Page 54

4

60

 

2.17

Carbon sediment content

100

ASTM D 189 � 97

4

30

 

2.18

Carbon sediment content

100

TCVN 6324: 1997

4

30

 

2.19

Calcium (Ca) content

50

ASTM
D 4628 � 97

5

60

 

2.20

Calcium (Ca) content in used oil

50

(1) � Page 14

5

60

 

2.21

Lead (Pb) content

50

(1) - Page 31

5

60

 

2.22

Chromium (Cr) content

50

(1) � Page 15

4

60

 

2.23

Zinc (Zn) content

50

ASTM
D 4628 � 97

5

60

 

2.24

Zinc (Zn) content in used oil

50

(1) � Page 69

4

60

 

2.25

Sulfur content

50

ASTM D 129 � 00

5

60

 

2.26

Sulfur content

50

TCVN 2710: 1978

5

60

 

2.27

Magnesium (Mg) content

50

ASTM
D 4628 � 97

5

60

 

2.28

Magnesium (Mg) content in used oil

50

(1) � Page 34

4

60

 

2.29

Sodium (Na) content

50

(1) � Page 55

4

60

 

2.30

Nickel (Ni) content

50

(1) � Page 39

4

60

 

2.31

Copper (Cu) content

50

(1) � Page 17

4

60

 

2.32

Water content

400

ASTM
D 95 � 99

4

40

 

2.33

Water content

400

TCVN 2692: 1995

4

40

 

2.34

Water content

100

ASTM D 1744- 92

4

150

 

2.35

Iron (Fe) content

50

(1) � Page 29

4

60

 

2.36

Stannum (Sn) content

50

(1) � Page 62

4

60

 

2.37

Ash content

100

ASTM D 482 � 00a

4

40

 

2.38

Ash content

100

TCVN 2690: 1995

4

40

 

2.39

Sulfate ash content

100

ASTM D 874 � 00

4

40

 

2.40

Sulfate ash content

100

TCVN 2689: 1995

4

40

 

2.41

Specific weight, density

1,000

ASTM

4

30

 
   

D 1298 � 99

   

2.42

Specific mass, density

1,000

TCVN 6594: 2000

4

30

 

2.43

ASTM color

300

ASTM D 1500 � 98

4

30

 

2.44

ASTM color

300

TCVN 6023: 1995

4

30

 

2.45

Ignition temperature in open cups

600

ASTM D 92 � 98a

4

60

 

2.46

Ignition temperature in open cups

600

TCVN 2699: 1995

4

60

 

2.47

Ignition temperature in closed cups

600

ASTM D 93 � 00

4

60

 

2.48

Ignition temperature in closed cups

600

TCVN 2693: 1995

4

60

 

2.49

Dripping temperature

100

ASTM D 566 � 97

4

60

 

2.50

Pouring temperature

300

TCVN 3753: 1995

4

40

 

2.51

Pouring/freezing temperature

300

ASTM D 97 � 96a

4

40

 

2.52

Impurity (centrifugation method)

200

ASTM D 2273 � 97

4

70

 

2.53

Mechanical impurity by extraction method

60

TCVN 3165: 1979

5

40

 

2.54

Acid value of bright oil

60

ASTM D 974 � 97

4

40

 

2.55

Acid value of bright oil

60

TCVN 2695: 1995

4

40

 

2.56

Acid value of dark oil

60

ASTM D 664 � 95

4

70

 

2.57

Acid value of dark oil

60

TCVN 6325 � 97

5

70

 

2.58

Alkaline value

60

ASTM D 2896 � 98

4

70

 

2.59

Alkaline value

60

TCVN 3167: 1995

4

70

 

3

Group 3: DO oil

4 liters

 

5-7

  

3.1

Copper-foil corrosion at 500C

200

ASTM D 130 � 94

4

40

 

3.2

Copper-foil corrosion at 500C

200

TCVN 2694: 1995

4

40

 

3.3

Aniline point

60

ASTM
D 611 � 82 (93)

4

40

 

3.4

Aniline point

60

TCVN 3173: 1995

4

40

 

3.5

Coke degree of 10% sediment

600

ASTM D 189 � 97

5

50

 

3.6

Coke degree of 10% sediment

600

TCVN 6324: 1997

5

50

 

3.7

Kinetic viscosity at 400C

60

ASTM D 445 � 97

4

40

 

3.8

Kinetic viscosity at 400C

60

TCVN 3171: 1995

4

40

 

3.9

Sulfur (S) content

20

ASTM D 129 � 00

5

60

 

3.10

Sulfur (S) content

20

ASTM D 1266 � 98

5

60

 

3.11

Mercaptan sulfur content

40

TCVN 2685: 1978

4

60

 

3.12

Water content

600

ASTM
D 95 � 99

4

40

 

3.13

Water content

600

TCVN 2692: 1995

4

40

 

3.14

Water and impurity content

500

ASTM D 2709 � 96

4

50

 

3.15

Ash content

400

ASTM D 482 � 00a

4

40

 

3.16

Ash content

400

TCVN 2690: 1995

4

40

 

3.17

Specific weight, density

1,000

ASTM
D 1298 � 99

4

30

 

3.18

Specific weight, density

1,000

TCVN 6594: 2000

4

30

 

3.19

ASTM color

300

ASTM D 1500 � 98

4

30

 

3.20

ASTM color

300

TCVN 6023: 1995

4

30

 

3.21

Specific calorie

20

ASTM D 240 � 00

5

50

 

3.22

Ignition temperature in closed cups

600

ASTM D 93 � 00

4

60

 

3.23

Ignition temperature in closed cups

600

TCVN 2693: 1995

4

60

 

3.24

Freezing temperature

300

TCVN 3753: 1995

5

40

 

3.25

Pouring/freezing temperature

300

ASTM D 97 � 96a

4

40

 

3.26

Distillation components

600

ASTM D 86 � 00a

4

50

 

3.27

Distillation components

600

TCVN 2689: 1995

4

50

 

3.28

Acid value � Alkaline value

60

ASTM D 974 � 97

4

40

 

3.29

Acid value � Alkaline value

60

TCVN 2695: 1995

4

40

 

3.30

Cetane index

-

ASTM D 976 � 91

4

10

Calculated

3.31

Cetane index

-

TCVN 5689: 1992

4

10

Calculated

4

Group 4: Fuel oil

4 liters

 

5-7

  

4.1

Conradson coke degree

60

ASTM D 189 � 97

4

30

 

4.2

Conradson coke degree

60

TCVN 6324: 1997

4

30

 

4.3

Kinetic viscosity at 500C

60

ASTM D 445 � 97

4

50

 

4.4

Kinetic viscosity at 500C

60

TCVN 3171: 1995

4

50

 

4.5

Sulfur (S) content

20

ASTM 129 � 00

5

60

 

4.6

Sulfur (S) content

20

TCVN 2710 � 78

5

60

 

4.7

Sodium (Na) content

50

ASTM D 5863 � 95

4

60

 

4.8

Nitrogen content

50

TCVN 3228: 1996

4

60

 

4.9

Water content

600

ASTM
D 95 � 99

4

40

 

4.10

Water content

600

TCVN 2692: 1995

4

40

 

4.11

Ash content

400

ASTM D 482 � 00a

4

40

 

4.12

Ash content

400

TCVN 2690: 1995

4

40

 

4.13

Vanadium (V) content

50

ASTM D 1548 � 92

4

60

 

4.14

Specific weight, density

1,000

ASTM
D 1298 � 99

4

30

 

4.15

Specific weight, density

1,000

TCVN 6594: 2000

4

30

 

4.16

Specific calorie

60

ASTM D 240 � 00

5

50

 

4.17

Ignition temperature in closed cups

600

ASTM D 93 � 00

4

60

 

4.18

Ignition temperature in closed cups

600

TCVN 2693: 1995

4

60

 

4.19

Freezing temperature

300

TCVN 3753: 1995

5

40

 

4.20

Pouring/freezing temperature

300

ASTM D 97 � 96a

5

40

 

4.21

Water and impurity (centrifugation method)

200

ASTM 1796 � 97

4

70

 

4.22

Mechanical impurity by extraction method

60

ASTM
D 473 � 81 (87)

5

40

 

4.23

Mechanics impurity by extraction method

60

TCVN 3165: 1979

4

40

 

4.24

Asphanten

 

IP 143/90

4

100

 

5

Group 5: Kerosene � Jet fuel

4 liters

 

5-7

  

5.1

Copper-foil corrosion at 1000C

200

ASTM D 130 � 94

4

50

 

5.2

Copper-foil corrosion at 1000C

200

TCVN 2694: 1995

4

50

 

5.3

Smokeless flame height

150

ASTM D 1322 � 96

4

60

 

5.4

Doctor test

60

ASTM D 4952 � 96

4

30

 

5.5

Aniline point

60

ASTM
D 611 � 82 (93)

4

40

 

5.6

Aniline point

60

TCVN 3173: 1995

4

40

 

5.7

Sulfur content by cautery method

200

ASTM D 1266 � 98

5

60

 

5.8

Mercaptan sulfur content

40

ASTM D 1219 �61 (1968)

4

60

 

5.9

Hydrocarbon naphthalene content

200

ASTM D 1840 � 96

4

120

 

5.10

Actual content of resin

400

ASTM D 381 � 00

5

100

 

5.11

Water content

200

ASTM D 1744 � 92

5

150

 

5.12

Specific weight, density

1,000

ASTM
D 1298 � 99

4

30

 

5.13

Specific weight, density

1,000

TCVN 6594: 2000

4

30

 

5.14

Saybolt color

400

ASTM D 156 � 00

4

30

 

5.15

Appearance

-

Visual

4

10

 

5.16

Specific calorie

-

ASTM D 4529 � 95

4

10

Calculated

5.17

Specific calorie

20

ASTM D 1405 � 95a

4

10

Calculated

5.18

Distillation components

600

ASTM D 86 � 00a

4

50

 

5.19

Distillation components

600

TCVN 2689: 1995

4

50

 

5.20

Acid value

60

ASTM D 974 � 97

4

40

 

5.21

Acid value

60

TCVN 2659: 1995

4

40

 

5.22

Acid value

200

ASTM D 3242 � 93

4

50

 

6

Group 6: Liquefied gas (L.P.G)

7 kg

 

4

  

6.1

Copper-foil corrosion

500

ASTM D 1838 � 91

4

100

 

6.2

Copper-foil corrosion

1,000

ASTM D 1267 � 95

4

200

 

6.3

Nonvolatile sediment

1,000

ASTM D 2158 � 92

5

150

 

6.4

LPG volatility

500

ASTM D 1837 � 94

4

100

 

6.5

Propane dryness

2,000

ASTM D 2713 � 91

4

100

 

6.6

Qualitative determination of H2S

500

ASTM D 2420 � 91

4

50

 

6.7

Sulfur content

400

ASTM D 2784 � 98

4

200

 

6.8

Specific weight, density

1,000

ASTM D 1657 � 89

4

100

 

6.9

Free water

500

Visual

4

50

 

6.10

Hydrocarbon components

400

ASTM D 2163 � 91

5

400

 

7

Group 7: Grease

3 kg

 

4

  

7.1

Copper-foil corrosion

100 g

ASTM D 4048 � 97

4

60

 

7.2

Copper-foil corrosion

100 g

BS 3223: 1960

4

60

 

7.3

Thermostability

100 g

BS 3223: 1960

4

40

 

7.4

Free organic acid content calculated according to oleic acid

20 g

TCVN 2704: 1978

4

50

 

7.5

Free organic acid content calculated according to oleic acid

20 g

BS 3223: 1960

4

50

 

7.6

Free base content calculated according to calcium hydroxide

20 g

TCVN 2704: 1978

4

50

 

7.7

Free base content calculated according to calcium hydroxide

20 g

BS 3225: 1960

4

50

 

7.8

Lithium (Li) content

20 g

ASTM
D 3340 � 98

4

40

p. HMT

7.9

Sodium (Na) content

20 g

ASTM
D 3340 � 98

4

40

p. HMT

7.10

Water content

600 g

ASTM
D 95- 99

4

40

 

7.11

Water content

600 g

TCVN 2692: 1995

4

40

 

7.12

Sulfate ash content

40 g

TCVN 2688: 1978

4

40

 

7.13

Dropping temperature

 

ASTM D 566 � 93

 

60

 

8

Group 8: Engine petrol

5 liters

 

4

  

8.1

Copper-foil corrosion at 500C

200

ASTM D 130 � 94

4

40

 

8.2

Copper-leaf corrosion at 500C

200

TCVN 2694: 1995

4

40

 

8.3

Saturated steam pressure at 1,0000 F

800

ASTM D 323 � 99a

4

60

 

8.4

Acid and alkali soluble in water

200

TCVN 3174: 1979

4

30

 

8.5

Induction circle

400

ASTM D 525 � 00

5

100

 

8.6

Acidicity

60

TCVN 2695: 1995

4

40

 

8.7

Benzene content

200

With reference to ASTM D 3606 � 99

4

300

 

8.8

Lead content

100

ASTM D 3237 � 97

4

200

 

8.9

Phosphorus content in petrol

100

ASTM D 3231 � 94

4

60

 

8.10

Sulfur content by cautery method

40

ASTM D 1266 � 98

4

60

 

8.11

Actual content of resin

400

ASTM D 381 � 00

5

100

 

8.12

Lead content (lead petrol)

300

ASTM D 3341 � 00

5

60

 

8.13

Specific weight, density

1,000

ASTM
D 1298 � 99

4

30

 

8.14

Specific weight, density

1,000

TCVN 6594: 2000

4

30

 

8.15

Distillation components

500

ASTM D 86 � 00a

4

50

 

8.16

Distillation components

500

TCVN 2698: 1995

4

50

 

8.17

Acid value

60

ASTM D 974 � 97

4

40

 

8.18

Octane value (MON)
- Between 1 and 5 samples
- Between 6 and 20 samples

2,000

ASTM D 2700 � 95

4


1,500

1,200

For each sending samples

8.19

Octane value (RON)
- Between 1 and 5 samples
- Between 6 and 20 samples
- 21 samples or more

2,000

ASTM D 2699 � 95

4


1,500

1,200

1,000

For each time of sending samples

 

DOMAIN: FOODSTUFFS

Ordinal number

Product names - criteria

Quantity

Testing method

Duration day

Unit price VND1000

Notes

1

Group 1: Aquatic products

1 kg

 

7

  

1.1

Moisture

100 g

TCVN 3700: 1990

 

40

 

1.2

Qualitative determination of ammonia

200 g

TCVN 3699: 1990

 

40

 

1.3

Qualitative determination of benzoic acid

200 g

AOAC 2000 (910.02)

 

50

 

1.4

Qualitative determination of boric acid

200 g

FAO FNP 14/8
(p. 149) � 1986

 

50

 

1.5

Qualitative determination of hydrogen sulfide (H2S)

200 g

TCVN 3699: 1990

 

40

 

1.6

Salt content

100 g

TCVN 3701: 1990

 

50

 

1.7

Acid content

100 g

TCVN 3702: 1981

 

40

 

1.8

Content of benzoic acid

200 g

AOAC 2000 (963.19)

 

100

 

1.9

Content of sorbic acid

200 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 60) � 1986

 

100

 

1.10

Content of gritty sand

100 g

FAO FNP5/rev.
(p. 25) � 1983

 

60

 

1.11

Content of fatty matters

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 212) � 1996
TCVN 3703: 1990

 

60

 

1.12

Histamine content

200 g

AOAC 2000 (957.07)

 

250

 

1.13

Indole content

200 g

AOAC 2000 (948.17)

 

150

 

1.14

Content of nitrogenous ammonia amine

100 g

TCVN 3707: 1990

 

60

 

1.15

Content of nitric ammonia

100 g

TCVN 3706: 1990

 

60

 

1.16

Content of nitrogenous amino acid

100 g

TCVN 3708: 1990

 

60

 

1.17

Protein content

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 221) � 1996
TCVN 3705: 1990

 

60

 

1.18

Content of sulfur dioxide (SO2)

200 g

AOAC 2000 (892.02)

 

50

 

1.19

Content of total volatile nitrogen (T.V.B)

200 g

FAO FNP 14/8
(p. 140) �1986

 

100

 

1.20

Trimetylamin (T.M.A) content

200 g

AOAC 2000 (971.14)

 

100

 

1.21

Total content of ash

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 228) � 1986
TCVN 5105: 1990

 

50

 

2

Group 2: Oils and fats and products thereof

2 L

 

7

  

2.1

Acid index

200 ml

AOCS Cd 3d-63 (1997)
TCVN 6127-96

 

60

 

2.2

Hydroxyl index

200 ml

AOCS Cd 13-60 (1997)

 

200

 

2.3

Iodine index

200 ml

AOCS Cd 1-25 (1997)
TCVN 6122-96

 

60

 

2.4

Refraction index

200 ml

AOCS Cc 7-25 (1997)
TCVN 2690-93

 

40

 

2.5

Peroxyl index

200 ml

AOCS Cd 8-53 (1997)

 

60

 

2.6

Saponification index

200 ml

AOCS Cd 3-25 (1997)
TCVN 6126-96

 

80

 

2.7

Melting point (open tube)

200 ml

AOCS Cc 3-25 (1997)

 

60

 

2.8

Opacifying point

400 ml

AOCS Cc 6-25 (1997)

 

50

 

2.9

Lovibond color

200 ml

AOCS Cc 13e-92 (1997)

 

60

 

2.10

Content of free aliphatic acid

100 ml

AOCS Ca 5a-40 (1997)

 

60

 

2.11

Content of non-saponified matters

200 ml

AOCS Ca 6a-40 (1997)
TCVN 6123-1-96

 

200

 

2.12

Content of free glycerol

200 ml

FAO FNP 5/Rev.1
(p. 186) � 1983

 

100

 

2.13

Content of monoglyceride

200 ml

FAO FNP 5/Rev.1
(p. 185) � 1983

 

100

 

2.14

Contents of water and volatile matters

100 ml

AOCS Ca 2c-25 (1997)
TCVN 6120-96

 

40

 

2.15

Phosphorus content

100 ml

AOCS Ca 12-55 (1997)

 

80

 

2.16

Impurity content

100 ml

AOCS Ca 3a-46 (1997)
TCVN 6125-96

 

60

 

2.17

Total content of ash

100 ml

AOCS Ca 11-55 (1997)
TCVN 2636-93

 

60

 

2.18

Soap content

100 ml

AOCS Cc 17-95 (1997)
TCVN 2636-93

 

60

 

2.19

Volumetric mass

400 ml

AOCS Cc 10a-95 (1997)

 

40

 

3

Group 3: Tea � Coffee � Cigarette

     

3.1

Coffee

1 kg

 

7

  

3.1.1

Grain size

500 g

AOAC 2000 (965.22)

 

50

 

3.1.2

Moisture

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 205) � 1986

 

40

 

3.1.3

Caffeine content

100 g

AOAC 2000 (979.08)

 

250

 

3.1.4

Content of ash soluble in water

100 g

AOAC 2000 (920.23)

 

60

 

3.1.5

Total content of ash

100 g

AOAC 2000 (920.23)

 

50

 

3.1.6

Ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid 10%

100 g

AOAC 2000 (920.23)

 

60

 

3.2

Cigarette

800 g

 

7

  

3.2.1

Total length of a cigarette

100 g

TCVN 4285: 1986

 

20

 

3.2.2

Length of tobacco

100 g

TCVN 4285: 1986

 

20

 

3.2.3

Moisture

100 g

AOAC 2000 (966.02)

 

40

 

3.2.4

Chlorine content

100 g

TCVN 4591: 1991

 

60

 

3.2.5

Glucide content

100 g

TCVN 4295: 1986

 

60

 

3.2.6

Nicotine content

100 g

AOAC 2000 (960.08)

 

100

 

3.2.7

Diameter of a cigarette

100 g

TCVN 4285: 1986

 

20

 

3.2.8

Proportion of peeled-off cigarette

100 g

TCVN 4285: 1986

 

20

 

3.2.9

Rate of dust in tobacco threads

200 g

TCVN 4285: 1986

 

30

 

3.2.10

Proportion of cigarette with pock- marked head

100 g

TCVN 4285: 1986

 

20

 

3.2.11

Ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid 10%

100 g

FAO FNP5/rev.1
(p. 25) � 1983

 

60

 

3.3

Tea

1 kg

 

7

  

3.3.1

Moisture

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 205) � 1986

 

40

 

3.3.2

Dust content

400 g

TCVN 5616: 1991

5

50

 

3.3.3

Caffeine content

100 g

AOAC 2000 (979.08)

 

250

 

3.3.4

Content of soluble matters

100 g

AOAC 2000 (920.104)

 

50

 

3.3.5

Content of extraordinary impurities

400 g

TCVN 5615: 1991

 

30

 

3.3.6

Content of iron impurities

400 g

TCVN 5614: 1991

 

30

 

3.6.7

Total content of ash

100 g

AOAC 2000 (920.100A)

 

50

 

3.3.8

Content of bran

400 g

TCVN 5616: 1991

 

30

 

3.3.9

Fiber content

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 230) � 1986

 

60

 

3.3.10

Ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid 10%

100 g

AOAC 2000 (920.100B)

 

60

 

4

Group 4: Sugar � Honey � Products of sugar

  

7

  

4.1

Refined sugar

2.5 kg

 

7

  

4.1.1

ICUMSA color

200 g

FAO FNP 14/8
(p. 101) � 1986
GS2/3-9 ICUMSA 1998

 

50

60

 

4.1.2

Moisture

100 g

Foodstuffs - EC 1994
(p. 529)
GS 2/3-15 ICUMSA 1998

 

40


50

 

4.1.3

Content of reductive sugar

100 g

FAO FNP 14/8
(p. 94) � 1986
TCVN 1696 � 87
GS2-6 ICUMSA 1998

 

60

 

4.1.4

Content of quartery ammonium compound (QAC)

200 g

AOAC 2000 (942.13)

 

250

 

4.1.5

Sucrose content

200 g

Foodstuffs � EC
1994 (p. 552)
TCVN 1696-87

 

60

 

4.1.6

Content of sulfur dioxide (SO2)

100 g

GS2/7-33 ICUMSA
1998

 

100

 

4.1.7

Content of insoluble matters

1 kg

GS2/3-19 (1996)
ICUMSA 1998

 

100

 

4.1.8

Content of sulfate ash

100 g

Foodstuffs � EC 1994
(p. 551)

 

60

 

4.1.9

Precipitation reaction

 

TC (NAGA.INTER)

 

100

 

4.2

Candy

1 kg

 

7

  

4.2.1

Moisture

100 g

TCVN 4069: 1985

 

40

 

4.2.2

Acid content

100 g

TCVN 4073: 1985

 

40

 

4.2.3

Contents of fatty matters

100 g

TCVN 4072: 1985

 

60

 

4.2.4

Total content of reductive sugar

100 g

TCVN 4075: 1985
TCVN 4074: 1985

 

60

 

4.2.5

Total content of ash

100 g

TCVN 4070: 1985

 

50

 

4.2.6

Net weight

400 g

TCVN 4068: 1985

 

20

 

4.2.7

Ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid (HCl) 10%

100 g

TCVN 4071: 1985

 

60

 

4.3

Honey

1L

 

7

  

4.3.1

Acidity

100 ml

CODEX STAN 12
1981

 

40

 

4.3.2

Moisture

100 ml

CODEX STAN 12
1981

 

40

 

4.3.3

Content of minerals

100 ml

CODEX STAN 12
1981

 

50

 

4.3.4

Glycerin content

200 ml

Cat N0148270-249041-1997 Boehringer Mannheim Paper

 

800

 

4.3.5

Content of hydroxymethylfuafural (HMF)

100 ml

AOAC 2000 (980.23)

 

80

 

4.3.6

Content of reductive sugar

100 ml

CODEX STAN 12 1981

 

60

 

4.3.7

Proline content

200 ml

AOAC 2000 (979.20)

 

200

 

4.3.8

Protein content

100 ml

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 221) � 1986
TCVN 5265-90

 

60

 

4.3.9

Sucrose content

100 ml

CODEX STAN 12
1981
TCVN 5269-90

 

120

 

4.3.10

Content of impurities

100 ml

CODEX STAN 12
1981
TCVN 5264-90

 

50

 

4.3.11

Diastatic activity

100 ml

CODEX STAN 12
1981

 

100

 

4.3.12

Volumetric mass

400 ml

FAO FNP 5/Rev.1
(p. 103) � 1983

 

40

 

4.4

Molasses

500 g

    

4.4.1

Total content of sugar

100 g

AOAC 2000 (968.28)

 

80

 

4.4.2

Brix degree

400 g

3QTTN 83: 1988

 

40

 

5

Group 5: Animal feed

1 kg

 

7

  

5.1

Moisture

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 205) � 1986

 

40

 

5.2

Acidity

100 g

AOAC 2000 (947.05)

 

40

 

5.3

Content of hydrocyanic acid (HCN)

200 g

AOAC 2000 (915.03)

 

50

 

5.4

Calcium content

100 g

TCVN 1526: 1986
AOAC 2000 (935.13)

 

60

80

 

5.5

Content of gritty sand

100 g

FAO FNP 5/rev.1
(p. 25) � 1983
TCVN 4327-93

 

60

 

5.6

Iodine content

100 g

AOAC 2000 (935.14)

 

60

 

5.7

Lipid content

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 212) � 1986
TCVN 4331: 1986

 

60

 

5.8

Salt content

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 233) � 1986
TCVN 4330: 1986

 

60

60

 

5.9

Phosphorus content

100 g

AOAC 2000 (995.11)
TCVN 1525: 1986

 

80

60

 

5.10

Protein content

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 221) � 1986
GAFTA (method 4:0)
TCVN 4328: 1986

 

60

60

120

 

5.11

Total content of ash

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 228) � 1986
TCVN 4327: 1986

 

40

50

 

5.12

Xanthophyll content

500 g

AOAC 2000 (970.64)

 

200

 

5.13

Fiber content

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 230) � 1986

 

60

 

5.14

Urea content

200 g

EEC
AOCS Ba 9-58 (1997)

 

80
80

 

6

Group 6: Beverages

3 L

 

7

  

6.1

Qualitative determination of inorganic acid

400 ml

TCVN 5042: 1994

 

50

 

6.2

Qualitative determination of cyclamate

400 ml

AOAC 2000 (957.09)

 

50

 

6.3

Qualitative determination of dulcin

400 ml

AOAC 2000 (957.11)

 

50

 

6.4

Qualitative determination of saccharin

400 ml

AOAC 2000 (941.10)

 

50

 

6.5

Acid content

100 ml

TCVN 5564: 1991

 

40

 

6.6

Caffeine content

300 ml

AOAC 2000 (979.08)

 

250

 

6.7

Content of carbon dioxide (CO2)

400 ml

TCVN 5563: 1991

 

40

 

6.8

Total content of sugar

200 ml

TCVN 4594: 1988

 

60

 

6.9

Content of sodiumbicarbonate (NaHCO3)

 

3 QTTN 84: 1986

 

50

 

7

Group 7: Canned food

1 kg

 

7

  

7.1

Content of fixed acid

100 g

TCVN 4589: 1988

 

40

 

7.2

Content of volatile acid

100 g

TCVN 4589: 1988

 

40

 

7.3

Total content of acid

100 g

TCVN 4589: 1988

 

40

 

7.4

Content of fatty matters

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 212) � 1986

 

60

 

7.5

Content of dry matters (Brix degree)

100 g

TCVN 4414: 1987

 

40

 

7.6

Salt (NaCl) content

100 g

TCVN 4591: 1988

 

50

 

7.7

Content of reductive sugar

100 g

TCVN 4594: 1988

 

60

 

7.8

Total content of sugar

100 g

TCVN 4594: 1980

 

60

 

7.9

Total content of protein

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 221) � 1986

 

60
100

 

7.10

Starch content

100 g

TCVN 4594: 1988

   

7.11

Content of ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid (HCl)

100 g

FAO FNP 5/Rev.1
(p. 25) � 1983

 

60

 

7.12

Total content of ash

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 228) � 1983

 

40

 

7.13

Fiber content

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 230) � 1986

 

60

 

7.14

Net weight

600 g

TCVN 4411: 1987

 

30

 

7.15

Ratio of weights of various ingredients of a can

600 g

TCVN 4411: 1987

 

30

 

8

Group 8: Cereals and products processed therefrom

     

8.1

Cakes

1 kg

 

7

  

8.1.1

Moisture

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 205) � 1986

 

40

 

8.1.2

Total content of sugar

100 g

TCVN 4594: 1988

 

50

 

8.1.3

Lipid content

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 212) � 1986

 

60

 

8.1.4

Protein content

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 221) � 1986

 

60

 

8.1.5

Total content of ash

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 228) � 1986

 

40

 

8.1.6

Ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid (HCl) 10%

100 g

FAO FNP 5/Rev.1
(p. 25) � 1983

 

60

 

8.2

Shrimp chips

1 kg

 

7

  

8.2.1

Moisture

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7
(p. 205) � 1986

 

40

 

8.2.2

Salt content

100 g

TCVN 4591: 1988

 

50

 

8.2.3

Total content of sugar

100 g

TCVN 4594: 1988

 

50

 

8.2.4

Protein content

100 g

FAO FNP 14/7

 

60

 
   

(p. 221) � 1986

   

8.2.5

Ratio of broken pieces

400 g

TCVN 5932: 1995

 

40

 

8.2.6

Ash insoluble in hydrochlor