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UGANDA NATIONAL

BUREAU
OF
STANDARDS

SCHEDULE OF
COMPULSORY
UGANDA STANDARDS
AS AT 31 MARCH
2019

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ........................................................................................1


ELECTROTECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS.......................................................................36
METROLOGY ............................................................................................................70
ENGINEERING PRODUCTS ...................................................................................... 73
CHEMICAL AND CONSUMER PRODUCTS.............................................................. 112
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ...................................................................................... 155
INDEX ..................................................................................................................... 172

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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 6. US EAS 6:2017, Fresh pineapple — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
1. US EAS 1:2017, Wheat flour — Specification (2nd
sampling and test methods for commercial varieties of
Edition)
pineapple grown from Ananas comosus (L.) Merr. of
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
the Bromeliaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the
sampling and test methods for wheat flour prepared
consumer. This standard does not apply to pineapple
from common wheat, Triticum aestivum L. or club
for ornamental use or industrial processing. (This
wheat, Triticum compactum Host, or mixtures thereof
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 2:2015,
intended for human consumption. It does not apply to
Fresh pineapple — Specification which has been
wheat flour obtained from Triticum durum and
technically revised).
fortified wheat flour. (This standard cancels and
7. US EAS 8:2010 Raw cane sugar – Specification
replaces US EAS 1:2013, Wheat flour — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
(1st Edition), that has been technically revised).
methods of sampling and test for raw sugar produced
2. US EAS 2:2017, Maize grains — Specification (3rd
from sugarcane and intended for further processing to
Edition)
make it fit for human consumption.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
8. US EAS 12:2014, Potable water — Specification
sampling and test methods for maize grains of
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
varieties grown from common maize grains, Zea
methods of sampling and test for potable water
mays indentata L. and/or Zea mays indurata L. or
(treated potable water and natural potable water). (This
their hybrids intended for human consumption. (This
standard cancels and replaces US 201:2008, Drinking
standard cancels and replaces US EAS 2:2013,
(potable) water – Specification, which has been
Maize grains — Specification (2nd Edition), that has
technically revised).
been technically revised).
9. US EAS 13: 2018, Packaged mineral waters —
3. US CODEX STAN 3:1981, Standard for canned
Specification (2nd Edition)
salmon
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
This Uganda Standard applies to canned salmon.
packaged mineral waters for human consumption.
4. US EAS 4:2013, Infant formula – Specification
[This standard cancels and replaces US EAS 13:
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
2014, Packaged natural mineral water —
methods of sampling and test for infant formula in
Specification (1st Edition), which has been technically
liquid or powdered form intended for use, where
revised].
necessary, as a substitute for human milk in meeting
10. US 14:2002 Standard specification for pulses
the normal nutritional requirements of infants. (This
(excluding beans)
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US CODEX
This Uganda Standard applies to the whole, shelled or
STAN 72:1981, Standards for infant formula).
split pulses which are intended for direct human
5. US EAS 5:2009 Refined white sugar – Specification
consumption.
This Uganda Standard applies to refined white sugar,
11. US EAS 14:2000 Specification for margarine
obtained by processing raw sugars, which is intended
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
for human consumption. (This Uganda Standard is an
methods of sampling and test for margarine.
adoption of the East African Standard, EAS 5:2009,
12. US CAC/RCP 15:1976, Code of hygienic practice
and it cancels and replaces US 30:1993, Refined white
for eggs and egg products
sugar - Specification).

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This Code of Hygienic Practice for eggs and egg 19. US 28:2002 Code of practice for hygiene in the food
products is intended to provide guidance for the safe and drink manufacturing industry
production of eggs and egg products. This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum
13. US EAS 16:2009, Plantation (mill) white sugar – requirements for factories and employees engaged in
Specification the manufacture, processing, packaging, storage,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, handling, treatment and delivery of foods intended for
methods of sampling and testing for plantation or mill human consumption.
white sugar intended for human consumption. 20. US 31:1999 Standard specification for jam (fruits
14. US CODEX STAN 17:1981, Standard for canned preserves) and jellies
applesauce This Uganda Standard applies to a class of fruit
This Uganda Standard applies to canned applesauce spreads commonly known as jams and jellies which
offered for direct consumption, including for catering are prepared from single fruits or from two or more
purposes or for repacking if required. It does not apply fruits.
to the product when indicated as being intended for 21. US 32:1999 Specifications for citrus marmalade
further processing. This Uganda Standard applies to marmalade prepared
15. US 18:2004 Honey – Specification (Second edition)/ from citrus fruit.
Corrigendum 1 2012-11-29 22. US 33:2017, Edible ices and ice mixes —
This Uganda Standard applies to all honeys produced Specification (2nd Edition)
by honeybees and covers all styles of honey This Uganda standard specifies the requirements,
presentations which are processed and ultimately methods of sampling and test for edible ices ready for
intended for direct consumption. It also covers honey human consumption and ice mixes in liquid or
for industrial uses or as an ingredient in other foods, powdered/dried form (This Uganda Standard cancels
and honey which is packed for sale in bulk containers, and replaces US 33:2002, Standard specification for
which may be repacked into retail packs edible ices and ice mixes, which has been technically
16. US EAS 19:2017, Fresh avocado — Specification revised).
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, 23. US EAS 33:2006 Yoghurt — Specification
sampling and test methods for avocados (Persea This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and
americana Gartner or P. Grattisima mill) fruits of the methods of sampling and test for yoghurt.
family Lauraceae to be supplied fresh to the 24. US EAS 35:2012, Fortified food grade salt —
consumer. This standard does not apply to avocados Specification
for industrial processing. (This Uganda Standard This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
cancels and replaces US 3:2015, Fresh avocado — methods of sampling and test for fortified food grade
Specification which has been technically revised). salt: coarse salt, crushed salt and table salt intended for
17. US EAS 22:2006 Butter — Specification human consumption.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and 25. US CODEX STAN 36:1981, Standard for quick
methods of sampling and test for butter intended for frozen finfish, eviscerated or un-eviscerated
direct consumption or for further processing. This Uganda Standard applies to frozen finfish
18. US EAS 27:2006 UHT milk – Specification eviscerated and un-eviscerated.
This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and 26. US CODEX STAN 37:1981, Standard for canned
methods of sampling and test for UHT milk. shrimps or prawns
This standard applies to canned shrimps or canned
prawns. It does not apply to specialty products where

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shrimp constitutes less than 50 % (m/m) of the 33. US EAS 44:2017, Milled maize (corn) products —
contents. Specification (2nd Edition)
27. US EAS 38:2013, Labelling of pre-packaged foods This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
— General requirements sampling and test methods for whole maize meal,
This Uganda standard applies to the labelling of all granulated maize meal, sifted maize meal, maize grits
prepackaged foods to be offered as such to the and maize flour from the grains of common maize
consumer or for catering purposes and to certain (Zea mays L.) intended for human consumption.
aspects relating to the presentation thereof. (This Maize grits intended for brewing, manufacturing of
standard cancels and replaces US 7:2002, General starch and any other industrial use are not covered.
standard for labelling of pre-packaged foods, which (This standard cancels and replaces US EAS 44:2011,
has been technically revised). Milled maize (corn) products — Specification (1st
28. US CAC/RCP 39:1993, Code of hygienic practice Edition), that has been technically revised).
for precooked and cooked foods in mass catering 34. US 45: 2019, General standard for food additives
This Code of hygienic practice deals with the hygienic (7th edition)
requirements for cooking raw foods and handling This Uganda Standard specifies the guidelines for the
cooked and precooked foods intended for feeding use of food additives and lists the food additives that
large groups of people, such as children in schools, the have been assigned Acceptable Daily Intakes (ADIs)
elderly either in old people’s homes or by means of or determined, based on other criteria to be safe and
"meals on wheels", patients in nursing homes and suitable for use in specific food products or food
hospitals, persons in prisons, schools and similar product categories. [This standard cancels and
institutions. replaces US 45: 2017, General Standard for Food
29. US 40:2000 Standard specification for papain Additives (6th Edition), which has been technically
powder revised].
The Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and 35. US EAS 46:2017, Dry beans — Specification (3rd
methods for test for papain powder. Edition)
30. CODEX STAN 41:1981, Standard for quick frozen This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
peas sampling and test methods for dry beans (Phaseolus
This standard applies to quick frozen peas of the vulgaris L.) intended for human consumption. (This
species Pisum sativum L. offered for direct standard cancels and replaces US EAS 46:2013, Dry
consumption without further processing, except for beans — Specification (2nd Edition), that has been
size grading or repacking if required. It does not apply technically revised).
to the product when indicated as intended for further 36. US 47:2011, Carbonated and non-carbonated soft
processing, or for other industrial purposes drinks – Specification
31. US CODEX STAN 42:1981, Standard for canned This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
pineapple methods of sampling and test for carbonated and non-
This Uganda Standard applies to canned pineapple. carbonated soft drinks which may be concentrated
32. US EAS 43:2012, Bread — Specification/ (solid or liquid) or ready to drink.
Corrigendum 1 2013-09-30 37. US 49:2000 Standard specification for mango
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and chutney
methods of sampling and test for bread intended for This Uganda Standard prescribes the specifications for
human consumption. mango chutney.

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38. US EAS 49:2006 Dried whole milk and skimmed This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements for
milk powder — Specification roasted groundnuts (Arachis hypogea).
This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and 45. US EAS 60:2013, Peanut butter – Specification (2nd
methods of sampling and test for dried whole milk and Edition)
dried skimmed milk made from cow milk. This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
39. US 51-1:2000 Specification for mayonnaise - Part methods of sampling and test for peanut butter derived
1: Real mayonnaise/ Corrigendum 1 2012-11-29 from seeds of peanuts (groundnuts) of the species
This part of the standard prescribes the specifications Arachis hypogaea L. (This Uganda Standard cancels
for real mayonnaise. and replaces US EAS 60:2000, Peanut butter –
40. US 51-2:2000 Specification for mayonnaise - Part Specification, which has been technically revised)
2: Low fat mayonnaise/ Corrigendum 1 2012-11-29 46. US CODEX STAN 60:1981, Standard for canned
This part of the standard prescribes the specifications raspberries
for low fat mayonnaise. This Uganda Standard applies to canned raspberries.
41. US EAS 51:2017, Wheat grains — Specification 47. US CODEX STAN 61:1981, Standard for canned
(3rd Edition) pears
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, This Uganda Standard applies to canned pears offered
sampling and test methods for wheat grain of varieties for direct consumption, including for catering
(cultivars) grown from common wheat (Triticum purposes or for repacking if required. It does not apply
aestivum L.) intended for human consumption. (This to the product when indicated as being intended for
standard cancels and replaces US EAS 51:2013, further processing.
Wheat grains — Specification (2nd Edition), that has 48. US EAS 61:2014, Opaque beer — Specification
been technically revised). This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
42. US CODEX STAN 52:1981, Standard for quick methods of sampling and test for opaque beer. The
frozen strawberries standard does not cover stout beer.
This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen 49. US CODEX STAN 62:1981, Standard for canned
strawberries (excluding quick frozen strawberry strawberries
puree) of the species Fragaria grandiflora L. and This Uganda Standard applies to canned strawberries.
Fragaria vesca L. offered for direct consumption 50. US 62:2011, Fruit juice drinks – Specification
without further processing, except for size grading or This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
repacking if required. It does not apply to the product methods of sampling and test for drinks containing
when indicated as intended for further processing or fruit juice.
for other industrial purposes. 51. US EAS 63:2014, Beer — Specification
43. US EAS 57-1:2000 Groundnuts (peanuts) - This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
Specification - Part 1: Raw groundnuts for table methods of sampling and test for beer. (This standard
use and for oil milling cancels and replaces US 46:2001, Standard
This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements, specification for beer, which has been technically
grading and methods of test for shelled groundnut revised).
kernels. This Part I of the standard shall apply to 52. US CAC/GL 66–2008, Guidelines for the use of
shelled groundnuts for table use, for oil milling and for flavourings
making peanut butter. This Uganda Standard provides principles for the safe
44. US EAS 57-2:2000 Groundnuts (peanuts) - use of flavourings whose Acceptable Daily Intakes
Specification - Part 2: Roasted groundnuts (ADIs) have been established or that have been

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evaluated and determined to present no safety concern offered for direct consumption as table olives,
at the specified levels of application. The standard also including for catering purposes or olives packed in
defines the principles for establishing practices for the bulk containers which are intended for repacking into
use of flavourings to avoid misleading the consumer. consumer size containers. It does not apply to the
53. US EAS 66-1:2017, Tomato products — product when indicated as being intended for further
Specification — Part 1: Canned (preserved) tomato processing.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, 58. US CODEX STAN 67:1981, Standard for raisins
sampling and test methods for canned (preserved) This Uganda Standard applies to dried grapes of
tomatoes. (This Uganda Standard cancels and varieties conforming to the characteristics of Vitis
replaces US EAS 66-1:2000, Tomato products — vinifera L. which have been suitably treated or
Specification — Part 1: Canned tomato which has processed and which are offered for direct
been technically revised). consumption as raisins or sultanas. It also covers
54. US EAS 66-2:2017, Tomato products — raisins packed in bulk containers which are intended
Specification — Part 2: Tomato sauce and ketchup for repacking into consumer size containers. This
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, standard does not include a similar dried vine fruit
sampling and test methods for tomato sauce and known as dried currants.
ketchup (also known as catsup and catchup). (This 59. US EAS 67:2006 Raw cow milk – Specification
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 38:1999, This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and
Specification for tomato ketchup and US 39:1999, methods of sampling and test for raw cow milk.
Specification for tomato sauce which have been 60. US EAS 69:2006 Pasteurized milk — Specification
technically revised). This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
55. US EAS 66-3:2017, Tomato products — methods of sampling for pasteurised liquid milk
Specification — Part 3: Tomato juice offered for sale and intended for human consumption
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, 61. US CODEX STAN 69:1981, Standard for quick
sampling and test methods for unfermented but frozen raspberries
fermentable juice, intended for direct consumption, This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen
obtained from fresh tomatoes (Lycopersicum raspberries of the species Rubus idaeus L. offered for
esculentum L.), puree, paste or concentrates. direct consumption without further processing, except
56. US EAS 66-4:2017, Tomato products — for repacking if required. It does not apply to the
Specification — Part 4: Tomato concentrates (paste product when indicated as intended for further
and puree) processing or for other industrial purposes.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, 62. US EAS 70:2006 Dairy ices and dairy ice creams —
sampling and test methods for tomato concentrates Specification
(paste and puree). (This Uganda Standard cancels and This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
replaces US 1508:2013, Tomato puree — sampling and methods of test for dairy ices and dairy
Specification and US 1507:2013, Tomato paste — ice cream
Specification which have been technically revised 63. US CODEX STAN 70:1981, Standard for canned
57. US CODEX STAN 66:1981, Standard for table tuna and bonito
olives This Uganda Standard applies to canned tuna and
This Uganda Standard applies to the fruit of the bonito. It does not apply to speciality products where
cultivated olive tree (Olea europaea L.) which has the fish content constitutes less than 50 % (m/m) of
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64. US EAS 72:2013, Processed cereal-based foods for repacking, if required. It does not apply to the product
infants and young children – Specification when indicated as intended for further processing or
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and for other industrial purposes.
methods of sampling and test for processed cereal- 69. US CODEX STAN 78:1981, Standard for canned
based foods intended for feeding infants as a fruit cocktail
complementary food generally from the age of six This Uganda Standard applies to canned fruit cocktail.
months onwards, taking into account infants’ 70. US EAS 78:2000 Milk-based baby foods –
individual nutritional requirements, and for feeding Specification
young children as part of a progressively diversified This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements for
diet. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US infant milk-based foods. This standard does not
CODEX STAN 74:1981, Standard for processed include foods covered by the standards for infant
cereal-based foods for infants and young children). formula, for processed cereal-based foods for infants
65. US CODEX STAN 73:1981 Standard for canned and children and for canned baby foods.
baby foods 71. US EAS 83:2017, Fresh tomato — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for baby This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
foods are foods intended primarily for use during the sampling and test methods for fresh tomato
normal infant's weaning period and also for the (Lycopersicon esculentum) of the family Solanaceae
progressive adaptation of infants and children to for direct human consumption. (This Uganda
ordinary food. Standard cancels and replaces US 1506:2013, Fresh
66. US CODEX STAN 75:1981, Standard for quick tomatoes — Specification which has been technically
frozen peaches revised).
This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen peaches 72. US CODEX STAN 86:1981, Standard for cocoa
of the species Prunus persica L. offered for direct butter
consumption without further processing, except This Uganda Standard applies exclusively to cocoa
repacking, if required. It does not apply to the product butter used as an ingredient in the manufacture of
when indicated as intended for further processing or chocolate and chocolate products.
for other industrial purposes. 73. US EAS 87:2006 Sweetened condensed milk –
67. US CODEX STAN 76:1981, Standard for quick Specification
frozen bilberries This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and
This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen the methods of sampling and test for sweetened
bilberries of the species Vaccinium myrtillus L. condensed milk.
offered for direct consumption, without further 74. US CODEX STAN 88-1981(Revised in 2015),
processing, except for repacking, if required. It does Standard for corned beef
not apply to the product when indicated as intended This Uganda Standard applies to canned beef products
for further processing or for other industrial purposes designated as "Corned Beef" and sold in hermetically
nor to the product covered by the special standard for sealed containers which have been heat treated after
quick frozen blueberries. sealing to such an extent that the product is shelf-
68. US CODEX STAN 77:1981, Standard for quick stable. (This standard cancels and replaces US 36 CS
frozen spinach 88:1993, Standard specification for canned corned
This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen spinach beef which has been technically revised).
of the species Spinacia oleracea L. offered for direct 75. US CODEX STAN 89-1981(Revised in 2015),
consumption without further processing except for Standard for luncheon meat

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This Uganda Standard applies to products designated suitable packing medium. It does not apply to
as "Luncheon Meat" which have been packed in any speciality products where fish content constitute less
suitable packing material. (This standard cancels and than 50 % (m/m) of the net contents of the can.
replaces US 35 CS 89:1993, Standard specification 80. US CODEX STAN 95:1981, Standard for quick
for luncheon meat which has been technically frozen lobsters
revised). This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen raw or
76. US EAS 89:2017, Millet flour — Specification (2nd cooked lobsters, rock lobsters, spiny lobsters and
Edition) slipper lobsters. It also applies to quick frozen raw or
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, cooked squat lobsters (red and yellow).
sampling and test methods for millet flour obtained 81. US EAS 95:2017, Sorghum flour – Specification
from pearl millet of varieties (cultivars) “souna” and (2nd Edition)
“sanio” grown from Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R.Br. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
proso millet grown from Panicum miliaceum and sampling and test methods for sorghum flour
finger millet grown from Eleusine coracana (L.) obtained from decorticated sorghum grains (Sorghum
Gaertner intended for human consumption. It does not bicolour (L) Moench.) intended for human
apply to grits obtained from pearl millet. (This consumption. It does not apply to grits or meal
standard cancels and replaces US EAS 89:2011, obtained from sorghum. (This standard cancels and
Millet flour — Specification (1st Edition), that has replaces US EAS 95:2011, Sorghum flour —
been technically revised). Specification (1st Edition), that has been technically
77. US CODEX STAN 90:1981, Standard for canned revised).
crab meat 82. US CODEX STAN 96:1981 (Revision:2015),
This Uganda Standard applies to canned crab meat. It Standard for cooked cured ham (2nd edition)
does not apply to specialty products where crab meat This Uganda Standard applies to products designated
constitutes less than 50 % (m/m) of the contents. as "Cooked Ham" packaged in any suitable packaging
78. US EAS 91:2017, Passion fruits — Specification material. It does not apply to cooked ham products
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, with compositional characteristics different from those
sampling and test methods for commercial varieties of specified. These products shall be designated with a
passion fruits from the species golden passion qualifying statement which describes the true nature in
fruit/sweet granadilla (Passiflora ligularis Juss), such a way that it does not mislead the consumer and
purple passion fruit (Passiflora edulis Sims forma that it does not lead to confusion with products
edulis), yellow passion fruit (Passiflora edulis Sims covered by this standard. [This Uganda Standard
forma flavicarpa) and their hybrids grown from the cancels and replaces US CODEX STAN 96:1981
Passifloraceae family, to be supplied fresh to the (Revision 1991), Standard for cooked cured ham,
consumer. This standard does not apply to passion which has been technically revised].
fruits for industrial processing. (This Uganda 83. US CODEX STAN 97:1981 (Revision:2015),
Standard cancels and replaces US 1610:2015, Fresh Standard for cooked cured pork shoulder (2nd
passion fruit — Specification which has been edition)
technically revised). This Uganda Standard applies to products designated
79. US CODEX STAN 94:1981, Standard for sardines as "Cooked Pork Shoulder" packaged in any suitable
and sardine type products packaging material. It does not apply to cooked pork
This Uganda Standard applies to canned sardines and shoulder products with compositional characteristics
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designated with a qualifying statement which This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen leek of
describes the true nature in such a way that it does not the species Allium porrum L. offered for direct
mislead the consumer and that it does not lead to consumption without further processing, except for
confusion with products covered by this standard. sizing or repacking, if required. It does not apply to
[This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US the product when indicated as intended for further
CODEX STAN 97:1981 (Revision 1991), Standard for processing or for other industrial purposes.
cooked cured pork shoulder, which has been 90. US CODEX STAN 105:1981, Standard for cocoa
technically revised]. powders (cocoas) and dry mixtures of cocoa and
84. US EAS 97:1999, Fishmeal — Specification sugars
This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements for This Uganda Standard applies to cocoa powders
fishmeal for use in compounding livestock feeds. (cocoas) and dry mixtures of cocoa and sugars
85. US CODEX STAN 98:1981 (Revision:2015), intended for direct consumption.
Standard for cooked cured chopped meat (2nd 91. US EAS 105:1999, Roasted coffee beans and
edition) roasted ground coffee – Specification
This Uganda Standard applies to products designated This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and
as "Chopped Meat" which have been packed in any methods of sampling and test for roasted coffee beans
suitable packaging material. [This Uganda Standard and roasted ground coffee.
cancels and replaces US CODEX STAN 98:1981 92. US CODEX STAN 106:1981, General standard for
(Revision 1991), Standard for cooked cured chopped irradiated foods
meat, which has been technically revised]. This Uganda Standard applies to foods processed by
86. US EAS 98:1999, Curry powder – Specification ionizing radiation that is used in conjunction with
This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and applicable hygienic codes, food standards and
the methods of sampling and test for curry powder, transportation codes. It does not apply to foods
which is used as a flavouring material in the exposed to doses imparted by measuring instruments
preparation of foods. used for inspection purposes.
87. US CODEX STAN 99:1981, Standard for canned 93. US EAS 109:2018, Potable spirit — Specification
tropical fruit salad (2nd Edition)
This Uganda Standard applies to canned tropical fruit This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
salad. sampling and test methods for potable spirits. (This
88. US CODEX STAN 103:1981, Standard for quick standard cancels and replaces US EAS 109:2014,
frozen blueberries Potable spirit — Specification, which has been
This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen technically revised).
blueberries of the species Vaccinium corymbosum L., 94. US CODEX STAN 110:1981, Standard for quick
Vaccinium angustifolium AIT. and Vaccinium ashei frozen broccoli
READE, offered for direct consumption without This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen broccoli
further processing, except for repacking, if required. It of the species Brassica oleracea L. var. italica Plenck
does not apply to the product when indicated as (Sprouting broccoli) offered for direct consumption
intended for further processing or for other industrial without further processing, except for re-packing, if
purposes, nor to the bilberries as covered by the required. It does not apply to the product when
standard for quick frozen bilberries indicated as intended for further processing or for
89. US CODEX STAN 104:1981, Standard for quick other industrial purposes.
frozen leek

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95. US CODEX STAN 111:1981, Standard for quick 100. US EAS 128:2017, Milled rice – Specification
frozen cauliflower (3rd Edition)
This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
cauliflower of the species Brassica oleracea L. var. sampling and test methods for milled rice of the
botrytis L. offered for direct consumption without varieties grown from rice grains, Oryza spp. intended
further processing, except for repacking, if required. It for human consumption. (This standard cancels and
does not apply to the product when indicated as replaces US EAS 128:2013, Milled rice —
intended for further processing or for industrial Specification (2nd Edition), that has been technically
purposes revised).
96. US CODEX STAN 112:1981, Standard for quick 101. US CODEX STAN 131:1981, Standard for
frozen Brussels sprouts unshelled pistachio nuts
This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen Brussels This Uganda Standard applies to unshelled pistachios
sprouts of the species Brassica oleracea L. var. from varieties of Pistacia vera L. either in natural or
gemmifera (DC) Schulz offered for direct in processed condition and which are offered for direct
consumption, without further processing except for consumption. It also covers unshelled pistachios
size grading or repacking, if required. It does not which are packed in bulk containers and which are
apply to the product when indicated as intended for intended for repacking in consumer size containers.
further processing or for other industrial purposes. 102. US EAS 138:2014, Still table wine —
97. US CODEX STAN 113:1981, Standard for quick Specification
frozen green and wax beans This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen green methods of sampling and test for still table wine
beans and quick frozen wax beans from suitable prepared from fruits. (This standard cancels and
varieties of the species Phaseolus vulgaris L. and replaces US 210:2000/EAS 138, Specification for still
quick frozen green beans from suitable varieties of the table wine, which has been technically revised).
species Phaseolus coccineus L. offered for direct 103. US EAS 139:2018, Fortified wine —
consumption without further processing, except for Specification (2nd Edition)
size-grading or repacking, if required. It does not This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
apply to the product when indicated as intended for sampling and test methods for fortified wine. (This
further processing or for other industrial purposes. standard cancels and replaces US EAS 139:2014,
98. US CODEX STAN 115:1981, Standard for pickled Fortified wine — Specification that has been
cucumbers technically revised).
This Uganda Standard applies to pickled cucumbers 104. US EAS 140:2018, Sparkling wine — Specification
intended for direct consumption. (2nd Edition)
99. US CODEX STAN 119:1981, Standard for canned This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
finfish sampling and test methods for sparkling wine. This
This Uganda Standard applies to canned finfish standard also applies to carbonated wine. (This
packed in water, oil or other suitable packing medium. standard cancels and replaces US EAS 140:2014,
It does not apply to speciality products where the Sparkling wine — Specification, which has been
canned finfish constitutes less than 50 % (m/m) of the technically revised).
net contents of the can or to canned finfish covered by 105. US CODEX STAN 140:1983, Standard for
other product standards. quick frozen carrots

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This Uganda Standard applies to quick frozen carrots cancels and replaces US EAS 143:2014, Brandy —
of the species Daucus carota L. offered for direct Specification, which has been technically revised).
consumption without further processing, except for
111. US EAS 144:2018, Neutral spirit ― Specification
repacking, if required. It does not apply to the product
(2nd Edition)
when indicated as intended for further processing or
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
for other industrial purposes.
sampling and test methods for neutral spirit intended
106. US CODEX STAN 141:1983, Standard for
for use in the manufacture or blending of alcoholic
cocoa (cacao) mass (cocoa/chocolate Liquor) and
beverages. (This standard cancels and replaces US
cocoa cake
EAS 144:2014, Neutral spirit — Specification that
This Uganda Standard applies to cocoa (cacao) mass
has been technically revised).
or cocoa/chocolate liquor, and cocoa cake, for the use
112. US EAS 145:2018, Gin ― Specification (2nd
in the manufacture of cocoa and chocolate products.
Edition)
These products may also be sold directly to the
Scope: This Uganda Standard specifies the
consumer.
requirements, sampling and test methods for gin and
107. US EAS 141:2018, Whisky — Specification (2nd
flavoured gin. (This standard cancels and replaces
Edition)
US EAS 145:2014, Gin — Specification that has been
Scope: This Uganda Standard specifies the
technically revised).
requirements, sampling and test methods for whisky
(whiskey). (This standard cancels and replaces US 113. US EAS 146:2018, Rum ― Specification (2nd
EAS 141:2014, Whisky — Specification, which has Edition)
been technically revised). This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sampling and test methods for rum. (This standard
108. US EAS 142:2018, Vodka ― Specification (2nd cancels and replaces US EAS 146:2014, Rum —
Edition) Specification, which has been technically revised).
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, 114. US CODEX STAN 145:1985,Standard for canned
sampling and test methods for vodka. This standard chestnuts and chestnut puree
also applies to flavoured vodka. (This standard This Uganda Standard applies to canned chestnuts and
cancels and replaces US EAS 142:2014, Vodka — chestnut puree.
Specification, which has been technically revised). 115. US CODEX STAN 151:1985, Standard for gari

109. US CODEX STAN 143:1985, This Uganda Standard applies to gari destined for

Standard for dates direct human consumption which is obtained from the

This Uganda Standard applies to commercially processing of cassava tubers (Manihot esculenta

prepared whole dates in pitted or un-pitted styles Crantz).

packed ready for direct consumption. It does not apply 116. US EAS 153:2014, Packaged drinking water —

to other forms such as pieces or mashed dates or dates Specification

intended for industrial purposes. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and

110. US EAS 143:2018, Brandy ― Specification (2nd method of sampling and test for packaged drinking

Edition) water for direct consumption. (This standard cancels

Scope: This Uganda Standard specifies the and replaces US 42:2008, Packaged water other than

requirements, sampling and test methods for brandy, natural mineral water – Specification, which has been

fruit brandy and blended brandy. (This standard technically revised).

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117. US CODEX STAN 156:1987 Standards for follow- 124. US CODEX STAN 174:1989, General standard
up formula for vegetable protein products
This Uganda Standard applies to the composition and This Uganda Standard applies to vegetable protein
labeling of follow-up formula. It does not apply to products (VPP) intended for use in foods, which are
Infant Formula (US CODEX STAN 72). prepared by various separation and extraction
118. US CODEX STAN 159:1987, Standard for canned processes from proteins from vegetable sources other
mangoes than single cell protein.
This Uganda Standard applies to canned mangoes. 125. US 175:2000 Standard specification for edible
119. US CODEX STAN 163:1987, Standard for wheat sesame oil
protein products This Uganda Standard applies to edible oil derived
This Uganda Standard applies to wheat protein from sesame seeds. The standard does not apply to
products prepared from wheat by various processes. sesame oil subject to further processing in order to
120. US 163: 2019, Milk and milk products — Hygiene render it suitable for human consumption.
requirements (2nd Edition) 126. US CODEX STAN 177:1991, Standard for grated
This Uganda Standard specifies the hygienic desiccated coconut
requirements for production, handling, processing, This Uganda Standard applies to desiccated coconut.
storage, transportation, marketing, distribution and This standard does not cover salted, sugared,
sale of milk and milk products. (This standard flavoured or roasted products.
cancels and replaces US 163: 2000, Code of hygienic 127. US CODEX STAN 179:1991 General standard for
practice for milk and milk products (1st Edition) vegetable juices
which has been technically revised). This Uganda Standard applies to all vegetable juices.
121. US 168:2006 Edible oils and fats - Specification It does not apply to vegetable juices for which specific
(2nd Edition) Commodity Standards exist.
This Uganda Standard prescribes the specification for 128. US CODEX STAN 181:1991, Standard for
edible fats and oils intended for human consumption. formula foods for use in weight control
It does not apply to any fat or oil, which is a subject of This Uganda Standard applies to formula foods for use
specific Uganda Standard designated by specific in weight control diets. It does not apply to
name. prepackaged meals controlled in energy and presented
122. US 170:2000 Standard specifications for edible in the form of conventional foods.
cotton seed oil 129. CODEX STAN 183:1993, Standard for papaya
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for This Uganda Standard applies to fruits of commercial
edible oil derived from cottonseeds. The standard does varieties of papayas grown from Carica papaya L., of
not apply to cottonseed oil which must be subject to the Caricaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the
further processing in order to render it suitable for consumer, after preparation and packaging. Papayas
human consumption. for industrial processing are excluded.
123. US 174:2000 Standard specifications for edible 130. US CODEX STAN 185:1993, Standard for nopal
palm kernel oil This Uganda Standard applies to modified stem of
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and commercial varieties of nopals grown from Opuntia
test methods for to edible oil derived from palm ficus indica, O. tomentosa, O. hyptiacantha, O.
kernels. The standard does not apply to palm kernel oil robusta, O. inermis, O. ondulata, of the Cactaceae
subject to further processing in order to render it family, to be supplied fresh to the consumer, after
suitable for human consumption

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preparation and packaging. Nopals for industrial This Uganda Standard prescribes the maximum
processing are excluded. aflatoxin level and sampling plan for peanuts intended
131. US CODEX STAN 186:1993, Standard for prickly for further processing.
pear 137. US 212-1:2000/EAS 147-1 Vinegar - Specification
This Uganda Standard applies to the fruit of Part 1: Vinegar from natural sources
commercial varieties of prickly pears grown from This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements
Opuntia ficus indica, O. streptachanthae, and O. methods of sampling and test for vinegar derived by
lindheimeiri, of the Cactaceae family, to be supplied fermentation from suitable materials of agricultural or
fresh to the consumer, after preparation and survicultural origin.
packaging. Prickly pears for industrial processing are 138. US 212-2:2000/EAS 147-2 Vinegar - Specification
excluded. Part 2: Vinegar from artificial sources
132. US CODEX STAN 187:1993, Standard for This specification applies to artificial vinegar
carambola produced from glacial acetic acid and water with or
This Uganda Standard applies to the fruit of without caramel as a colouring matter and intended for
commercial varieties of carambolas grown from use as a condiment.
Averrhoa carambola L., of the Oxalidaceae family, to 139. US CODEX STAN 213:1999, Standard for limes
be supplied fresh to the consumer, after preparation This Uganda Standard applies tocommercial varieties
and packaging. Carambolas for industrial processing of limes grown from Citrus latifolia Tanaka, of the
are excluded. Rutaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the consumer,
133. US CODEX STAN 196:1995, Standard for litchi after preparation and packaging. Limes for industrial
This Uganda Standard applies to commercial varieties processing are excluded.
(cultivars) of litchis grown from Litchi chinensis 140. US CODEX STAN 214:1999, Standard for
Sonn., of the Sapindaceae family, to be supplied fresh pummelos (citrus grandi)
to the consumer, after preparation and packaging. This Uganda Standard applies to commercial varieties
Litchis for industrial processing are excluded. of pummelos grown from Citrus grandis (L.) Osbeck
134. US CODEX STAN 201:1995, Standard for oats (syn. C. maxima Merr.), of the Rutaceae family, to be
This Uganda Standard applies to oat grains intended supplied fresh to the consumer, after preparation and
for processing for direct human consumption. This packaging. Pummelos for industrial processing are
standard does not apply to Avena nuda (hulless oats) excluded.
141. US CODEX STAN 215:1999, Standard for guavas
135. US CODEX STAN 204:1997, Standard for This Uganda Standard applies to commercial varieties
mangosteen of guavas grown from Psidium guajava L., of the
This Uganda Standard applies to commercial varieties Myrtaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the
of mangosteens grown from Garcinia mangostana L., consumer, after preparation and packaging. Guavas for
of the Guttiferae family, to be supplied fresh to the industrial processing are excluded.
consumer, after preparation and packaging. 142. US CODEX STAN 216:1999, Standard for
Mangosteens for industrial processing are excluded. chayotes
136. US CODEX STAN 209:1999 (Rev. 1-2001) This Uganda Standard applies to commercial varieties
Maximum level and sampling plan for total of chayotes grown from Sechium edule (Jacq.) Sw., of
aflatoxins in peanuts intended for further the Cucurbitaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the
processing consumer, after preparation and packaging. Chayotes
for industrial processing are excluded.

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143. US 216-1:2000 Carbon dioxide for use in Araceae family, to be supplied fresh to the consumer,
manufacture of beverages - Part 1: Specifications after preparation and packaging. Tannias for industrial
This Uganda Standard prescribes the specification for processing are excluded.
carbon dioxide used for the carbonation of beverages. 150. US CODEX STAN 225:2001, Standard for
144. US CODEX STAN 218:1999, Standard for ginger asparagus
This Uganda Standard applies to the rhizome of This Uganda Standard applies to shoots of commercial
commercial varieties of ginger grown from Zingiber varieties of asparagus grown from Asparagus
officinale Roscoe, of the Zingiberaceae family, to be officinalis L., of the Liliaceae family, to be supplied
supplied fresh to the consumer, after preparation and fresh to the consumer, after preparation and
packaging. Ginger for industrial processing is packaging. Asparagus for industrial processing is
excluded. excluded.
145. US CODEX STAN 219:1999, Standard for 151. US CODEX STAN 226:2001, Standard for cape
grapefruits (Citrus paradisi) gooseberry
This Uganda Standard applies to commercial varieties This Uganda Standard applies to commercial varieties
of grapefruits grown from Citrus paradisi Macfad., of of cape gooseberries grown from Physalis peruviana
the Rutaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the (L.), of the Solanaceae family, to be supplied fresh to
consumer, after preparation and packaging. the consumer, after preparation and packaging. Cape
Grapefruits for industrial processing are excluded. gooseberries for industrial processing are excluded.
146. US CODEX STAN 220:1999, Standard for 152. US EAS 230:2001, Maize bran as livestock feed —
longans Specification
This Uganda Standard applies to commercial varieties This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements for
of longans grown from Dimocarpus longan Lour., of maize bran as a livestock feed.
the Sapindaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the 153. US EAS 231:2001, Bone meal for compounding
consumer, after preparation and packaging. Longans animal feeds— Specification
for industrial processing are excluded. This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements for
147. US EAS 221:2001, Woven bags (100 % sisal) for bone meal used as a mineral supplement in animal
coffee beans – Specification feeds.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for 154. US EAS 232: 2001, Maize gluten feed —
woven bags (100 % sisal) for clean coffee beans. (This Specification
Uganda Standard is an adoption of the East African This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements for
Standard EAS 221:2001). maize gluten feed used for livestock feeding.
148. US CODEX STAN 221-2001 (Revision in 2013), 155. US EAS 233: 2001, Ostrich feed — Specification
Group standard for unripened cheese including This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
fresh cheese test methods for ostrich feed.
This Uganda Standard applies to unripened cheese 156. US CODEX STAN 241:2003, Standard for canned
including fresh cheese, intended for direct bamboo shoots
consumption or further processing. This Uganda Standard applies to canned bamboo
149. US CODEX STAN 224:2001, Standard for tannia shoots, complying with the characteristics of edible
This Uganda Standard applies to the tubercles of varieties from species of bamboo shoots and offered
commercial varieties of lilac tannia grown from for direct consumption, including for catering
Xanthosoma violaceum Schott and white tannia grown purposes, repacking or further processing.
from Xanthosoma sagittifolium (L.) Schott, of the

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157. US CODEX STAN 242:2003, Standard for canned consumer, after preparation and packaging. Grapes for
stone fruits industrial processing are excluded.
This Uganda Standard applies to canned stone fruits of 164. US CODEX STAN 260:2007, Standard for pickled
the genus Prunus, and offered for direct consumption, fruits and vegetables
including for catering purposes or for repacking if This Uganda Standard applies to pickled fruits and
required. It does not apply to the product when vegetables and offered for direct consumption,
indicated as being intended for further processing. including for catering purposes or for repacking if
158. US 243:2000/ EAS 173 Standard specification for required. It does not apply to the product when
pasta indicated as being intended for further processing.
This standard specifies requirements and methods of 165. US CODEX STAN 262-2006 (Revision in 2013),
test for pasta products. Standard for Mozzarella
159. US CODEX STAN 243:2003 Standard for This Uganda Standard applies to Mozzarella intended
fermented milks for direct consumption or for further processing.
This Uganda Standard applies to fermented milks, that 166. US CODEX STAN 263-1966 (Revision in 2013),
is fermented milk including, Heat Treated Fermented Standard for Cheddar
Milks, Concentrated Fermented Milks and composite This Uganda Standard applies to Cheddar intended for
milk products based on these products, for direct direct consumption or for further processing.
consumption or further processing. 167. US CODEX STAN 264-1966 (Revision in 2013),
160. US CODEX STAN 249:2006, Standard for instant Standard for Danbo
noodles This Uganda Standard applies to Danbo intended for
This Uganda Standard applies to various kinds of direct consumption or for further processing.
noodles. The instant noodle may be packed with 168. US CODEX STAN 265-1966 (Revision in 2013),
noodle seasonings, or in the form of seasoned noodle Standard for Edam
and with or without noodle garnish(s) in separate This Uganda Standard applies to Edam intended for
pouches, or sprayed on noodle and ready for direct consumption or for further processing.
consumption after dehydration process. This standard 169. US CODEX STAN 266-1966 (Revision in 2013),
does not apply to pasta. Standard for Gouda
161. US CODEX STAN 251-2006, Blend of skimmed This Uganda Standard applies to Gouda intended for
milk and vegetable fat in powdered form direct consumption or for further procesing.
This Uganda Standard applies to a blend of skimmed 170. US CODEX STAN 267-1966 (Revision in 2013),
milk and vegetable fat in powdered form, intended for Standard for Havarti
direct consumption, or further processing. This Uganda Standard applies to Havarti intended for
162. US CODEX STAN 253:2006, Standard for dairy direct consumption or for further processing.
fat spreads 171. US CODEX STAN 268-1966 (Revision in 2013),
This Uganda Standard applies to dairy fat spreads Standard for Samsø
intended for use as spreads for direct consumption, or This Uganda Standard applies to Samsø intended for
for further processing. direct consumption or for further processing.
163. US CODEX STAN 255:2007, Standard for table 172. US CODEX STAN 269-1967 (Revision in 2013),
grapes Standard for Emmental
This Uganda Standard applies to commercial varieties This Uganda Standard applies to Emmental intended
(cultivars) of table grapes grown from Vitis vinifera for direct consumption or for further processing.
L., of the Vitaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the

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173. US CODEX STAN 270-1968 (Revision in 2013), This Uganda Standard applies to Brie intended for
Standard for Tilsiter direct consumption or for further processing.
This Standard applies to Tilsiter intended for direct 182. US 277:2017, General standard for the labelling of
consumption or for further processing. food additives when sold as such (2nd Edition)
174. US CODEX STAN 271-1968 (Revision in 2013), This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
Standard for Saint-Paulin labelling food additives and processing aids sold by
This Uganda Standard applies to Saint-Paulin intended retail or other than by retail, including sales to caterers
for direct consumption or for further processing. and food manufacturers for their businesses. This
175. US CODEX STAN 272-1968 (Revision in 2013), standard is an adoption of the latest revision of
Standard for Provolone CODEX STAN 107-1981. (This Uganda Standard
This Uganda Standard applies to Provolone intended cancels and replaces US 277:2002, General Standard
for direct consumption or for further processing. for the Labelling of Food Additives when sold as such
176. US CODEX STAN 273-1968 (Revision in 2010), (1st Edition) which has been technically revised].
Standard for Cottage Cheese 183. US CODEX STAN 281:1971, Standard for
This Uganda Standard applies to Cottage Cheese evaporated milks
intended for direct consumption or for further This Uganda Standard applies to evaporated milks,
processing. intended for direct consumption or further processing.
177. US CODEX STAN 273-1968 (Revision 2010), (This standard cancels and replaces US CODEX
Cottage cheese STAN A-3:1999, Standard for evaporated milks which
This Uganda Standard applies to cottage cheese has been technically revised).
intended for direct consumption or for further 184. US CODEX STAN 283:1978, General standard
processing. for cheese
178. US CODEX STAN 274-1969 (Revision in 2010), This Uganda Standard applies to cheese intended for
Standard for Coulommiers direct consumption or further processing. (This
This Uganda Standard applies to Coulommiers Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US CODEX
intended for direct consumption or for further STAN A-6:1978 (Rev 1 1999, Amend 2003), General
processing. standard for cheese which has been technically
179. US CODEX STAN 275-1973 (Revision 2007), revised).
Cream cheese 185. US EAS 284:2013, Pearl millet grains –
This Uganda Standard applies to cream cheese Specification (2nd Edition)
intended for direct consumption or for further This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
processing. In some countries, the term “cream methods of sampling and test for whole and
cheese” is used to designate cheeses, such as high fat decorticated pearl millet of the Senegalese varieties
ripened hard cheese. This standard does not apply to (cultivars) “souna” and “sanio” grown from
such cheeses. Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R.Br. intended for human
180. US CODEX STAN 276-1973 (Revision in 2010), consumption. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
Standard for Camembert replaces US EAS 284:2011, Pearl millet grains –
This Uganda Standard applies to Camembert intended Specification, which has been technically revised).
for direct consumption or for further processing. 186. US CODEX STAN 284:1971 (Revision in 2010),
181. US CODEX STAN 277:1973 (Revision in 2010), Standard for Whey Cheeses
Standard for Brie This Uganda Standard applies to all products intended
for direct consumption or further processing.

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187. US CODEX STAN 288:1976 (Revision in 2010), consumption. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
Standard for Cream and Prepared Creams replaces US 171:2000, Standard specifications for
This Uganda Standard applies to cream and prepared edible sunflower oil, which has been technically
creams for direct consumption or further processing. revised).
188. US CODEX STAN 289:1995, Standard for whey 193. US EAS 300:2013, Edible groundnut oil –
powders Specification
This Uganda Standard applies to whey powder and This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
acid whey powder, intended for direct consumption or methods of sampling and test for edible groundnut oil
further processing. (This Uganda Standard cancels derived from seeds of Arachis hypogaea L.
and replaces US CODEX STAN A-15:2003, Standard (groundnuts, peanuts). The standard does not apply to
for whey powders which has been technically revised). groundnut oil intended for further processing in order
189. US CODEX STAN 290:1995, Standard for edible to render it suitable for human consumption. (This
casein products Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 172:2000,
This Uganda Standard applies to edible acid casein, Standard specifications for edible groundnut oil,
edible rennet casein and edible caseinate, intended for which has been technically revised).
direct consumption or further processing. 194. US EAS 301:2013, Edible palm oil – Specification
190. US 292:2002 Specification for Black tea This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
This Uganda standard specifies the parts of a named methods of sampling and test for virgin and refined
plant that are suitable for making black tea for edible palm oil derived from fruit (mesocarp) of the
consumption as a beverage and chemical requirements palm (Elaeis guineensis). This standard does not cover
for black tea that are used to indicate that tea from that crude palm oil subject to further processing in order to
source has been produced in accordance with good render it suitable for human consumption. (This
production practice. Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 173:2000,
191. US EAS 297:2013, Edible soya bean oil – Standard specifications for edible palm oil which has
Specification been technically revised).
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and 195. US CODEX STAN 302:2011, Standard for fish
methods of sampling and test for edible soya bean sauce
(soybean) oil derived from soya beans (seeds of This Uganda Standard applies to fish sauce produced
Glycine max (L) Merr). This standard does not apply by means of fermentation by mixing fish and salt and
to soya bean oil intended for further processing in may include other ingredients added to assist the
order to render it suitable for human consumption. fermentation process. The product is intended for
(This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US direct consumption as a seasoning, or condiment or
169:2000, Standard specifications for edible soya ingredient for food. This standard does not apply to
bean oil, which has been technically revised). fish sauce produced by acid hydrolysis.
192. US EAS 299:2013, Edible sunflower oil – 196. US CODEX STAN 303:2011 – Standard for tree
Specification tomatoes
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and This Uganda Standard applies to commercial varieties
methods of sampling and test for edible sunflower oil of tree tomatoes grown from Cyphomandra betacea
derived from the seeds of Hellanthus annuus L Sendt or Solanum betaceum Cav. of the Solanaceae
intended for human consumption. The standard does family, to be supplied fresh to the consumer, after
not apply to sunflower oil, intended for further preparation and packaging. Tree tomatoes for
processing in order to render it suitable for human industrial processing are excluded.

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197. US EAS 304:2013, Edible corn oil – Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and methods of sampling and test for the dry whole grains
methods of sampling and test for edible corn oil of the green gram of the cultivar Vigna radiata
derived from the embryo (endosperm) of maize or intended for direct human consumption. (This Uganda
corn (Zea mays L.). The standard does not apply to Standard cancels and replaces US EAS 331:2011,
corn oil intended for further processing in order to Green grams – Specification, which has been
render it suitable for human consumption. (This technically revised).
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 185:2000, 203. US 334: 2001 Barley grains-specification
Standard specifications for edible corn oil, which has This Uganda Standard applies to kernels of cultivated
been technically revised). barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) intended for processing
198. US CODEX STAN 310:2013, Standard for for human consumption. It does not apply to hull-less
pomegranates barley or black barley.
This Uganda Standard applies to fruits of commercial 204. US EAS 349:2014, Liquid glucose (glucose syrup)
varieties of pomegranates grown from Punica – Specification
granatum L., of the Punicaceae family, to be supplied This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
fresh to the consumer after preparation and packaging. the methods of sampling and test for liquid glucose
Pomegranates for industrial processing are excluded. (glucose syrup) for human consumption. (This
199. US CODEX STAN 318:2014, Standard for Okra standard cancels and replaces US 421:2002,
This Uganda Standard applies to commercial varieties Specification for liquid glucose which has been
of okra grown from varieties of Abelmoschus technically revised).
esculentus (L.) Moench (syn. Hibiscus esculentus L.) 205. US EAS 350:2014, Hard boiled sweets –
of the Malvaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the Specification
consumer after preparation and packaging. This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
200. US CODEX STAN 321-2015, Standard for the methods of sampling and test for hard-boiled
ginseng products sweets. (This standard cancels and replaces US
This Uganda Standard applies to ginseng products 413:2002, Specification for hard boiled sugar
offered for direct consumption, including for catering confectionery which has been technically revised).
purposes or for repacking, if required. This Standard 206. US EAS 352:2014, Chewing gum and bubble gum
applies to ginseng products used as a food or food – Specification
ingredient and does not apply to products used for This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
medicinal purposes. methods of sampling and testing for chewing gum and
201. US EAS 329:2017, Fresh mango — Specification bubble gum (This standard cancels and replaces US
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, 419:2002, Specification for chewing gum and bubble
sampling and test methods for mango (Mangifera gum which has been technically revised).
indica L.) from the family Anacardiaceae to be 207. US EAS 353:2004, Wheat bran for animal feeds —
supplied fresh to the consumer. This standard does not Specification
apply to green preserving mango and mango for This Uganda Standard prescribes requirements for
industrial processing. (This Uganda Standard cancels wheat bran for use as animal feedstuff and or
and replaces US 1611:2015, Fresh mango — ingredient for compounding animal feeds.
Specification, which has been technically revised). 208. US 365:2002 Specification for powdered (icing)
202. US EAS 331:2013, Green grams – Specification sugar
(2nd Edition)

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This standard applies to white powdered sugar provisions of those standards in connection with
intended for use in toppings, icings and other sugar "marking". These guidelines do not apply to the
content bakery products. labeling of prepackaged units for direct sale to the
209. US 395:2002 Specification for wheat semolina consumer.
This standard applies to wheat semolina prepared from 216. US 571:2019, Baking powder — Specification (2nd
common wheat, Triticum aestivum L. or club wheat, Edition)
Triticum compactum Host or mixtures thereof, which This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
is pre-packaged ready for sale to the consumer or sampling and test methods for baking powder. (This
destined for use in other food products for human standard cancels and replaces US 571: 2006, Baking
consumption. powder — Specification (1st Edition), that has been
210. US 420:2002 Specification for Toffee technically revised).
This standard prescribes requirements and methods of 217. US 572:2017, Sodium bicarbonate — Specification
sampling and test for toffee. (2nd Edition)
211. US 446:2002 Oil-seed cakes for compounding This Final Draft Uganda Standard specifies
livestock feed –Specification requirements, sampling and test and methods for
This standard specifies requirements for oil-seed cakes sodium bicarbonate. (This Uganda Standard cancels
used as livestock feed stuffs. and replaces US 572:2006, Sodium bicarbonate —
212. US EAS 456:2007 Organic products standard Specification (1st Edition) which has been technically
This standard provides requirements for organic revised).
production. It covers plant production, animal 218. US 615:2006 Soya beans – Specification
husbandry, bee-keeping, the collection of wild This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
products, and the processing and labelling of the soya beans for direct human consumption or for
products there from. It does not cover procedures for further processing into food. It does not apply to other
verification such as inspection or certification of products derived from soya beans for which other
products. standards shall apply.
213. US 472:2002 Specification for durum wheat 219. US 616:2006 Sunflower seeds – Specification
semolina This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
This standard applies to durum wheat semolina for sunflower seeds (Helianthus annuus L.) for direct
human consumption prepared from durum wheat, human consumption or for further processing into
triticum durum Desf. which is prepackaged ready for edible products i.e., ready for its intended use as
sale to the consumer or destined for use in other food human food, presented in packaged form or sold loose
products. from the package directly to the consumer. It does not
214. US 473:2002 Specification for durum wheat flour apply to sunflower seeds for planting purposes.
This standard applies to durum wheat flour for human 220. US 617: 2006 Specification for edible palm olein
consumption prepared from durum wheat, triticum This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
Desf. which is prepackaged ready for sale to the palm olein for direct human consumption or for
consumer or destined for use in other food products. further processing into edible products i.e., ready for
215. US 569 General guidelines for labeling of fresh its intended use as human food, presented in packaged
fruits and vegetables form or sold directly to the consumer.
These guidelines concern the marking of 221. US 636:2006 Specification for edible palm stearin
consignments of fresh fruit and vegetables to which This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
common standards apply in accordance with the palm stearin for direct human consumption or for

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further processing into edible products i.e., ready for 226. US 737:2019, Production of packaged meat
its intended use as human food, presented in packaged products (processed) — Hygienic requirements
form or sold directly to the consumer. (2nd Edition)
222. US 642:2006 Olive oil – Specification Scope: This Uganda Standard specifies requirements
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for for the production of packaged meat products
virgin olive oil, refined olive oil, refined olive-pomace processed in an established meat processing factory.
oil, blends of refined olive oil and virgin olive oil and (This standard cancels and replaces US 737:2007,
blends of refined olive-pomace oil and virgin olive oil Requirements for hygiene in the production of
for direct human consumption or for further packaged meat products (processed or
processing into edible products i.e., ready for its manufactured) (1st Edition), that has been technically
intended use as human food, presented in packaged revised).
form or sold directly to the consumer. 227. US 738: 2019, General standard for contaminants
223. US 733:2019, Handling and transportation of and toxins in food and feed (6th Edition)
slaughter animals — Requirements (2 nd
Edition) This Uganda Standard defines the recommended
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for principles for dealing with contaminants and toxins in
handling and transportation of live animals for food and feed, and specifies the maximum levels and
slaughter. (This standard cancels and replaces US associated sampling plans for contaminants and
733:2007, Requirements for handling and natural toxicants in food and feed. This standard
transportation of slaughter animals (1st Edition), that includes only maximum levels of contaminants and
has been technically revised). natural toxicants in feed in cases where the
224. US 734:2019, Design and operation of abattoirs contaminated feed can be transferred to food of
and slaughterhouses — Requirements (2nd animal origin and can be relevant to public health.
Edition) [This standard cancels and replaces US 738:2017,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements General standard for contaminants and toxins in food
applying to domestic animals commonly slaughtered and feed (5th Edition), which has been technically
in slaughterhouses, that is, cattle, buffalo, sheep, revised].
goats, deer, horses, pigs, ratites, camelids and
228. US EAS 738:2010, Fresh sweet cassava –
poultry. (This standard cancels and replaces US
Specification
734:2007, Requirements for the design and operation
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
of abattoirs and slaughterhouses (1st Edition), that
methods of sampling and test for varieties of fresh
has been technically revised).
sweet cassava roots of Manihot esculenta Crantz, of
225. US 736:2019, Hygienic requirements for
the Euphorbiaceae family, to be supplied to the
butcheries (2nd Edition)
consumer, intended for direct human consumption.
This Uganda Standard specifies hygienic
Cassava root intended for industrial processing is
requirements that apply to butcheries as minimum
excluded.
standards required of them to satisfy the consumers
229. US 739:2012, Sausages — Specification
need for safe, healthy and hygienic meat and meat
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
products. (This standard cancels and replaces US
methods of sampling and test for sausages intended for
736:2007, Hygienic requirements for butcheries (1st
use as food or as an ingredient in other foods.
Edition) that has been technically revised).
230. US EAS 739:2010, Dried cassava chips –
Specification

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This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and cancels and replaces US 702:2007, Fried potato chips
methods of sampling and test for dried cassava chips – Specification, which has been revised).
intended for human consumption. 238. US EAS 748:2017, Fresh ware potato —
231. US EAS 740:2010, Cassava flour – Specification Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
methods of sampling and test for cassava flour, which sampling and test methods for fresh ware potato of
is obtained from the processing of cassava (Manihot varieties (cultivars) grown from (Solanum tuberosum
esculenta Crantz) intended for human consumption. L.) of the family Solanaceae for human consumption.
232. US EAS 741:2010, Cassava composite wheat flour This standard does not apply to ware potato for
– Specification industrial processing and seed potato. (This Uganda
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and Standard cancels and replaces US EAS 748:2010,
the methods of sampling and test for cassava-wheat Fresh potato tuber (ware potato tuber) —
composite. This standard does not apply to other Specification which has been technically revised).
composite flours from non-wheat sources which may 239. US EAS 749:2010, Brown sugar – Specification
be used in different products. This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
233. US EAS 742:2010, Food grade cassava starch – methods of sampling and testing for light brown and
Specification brown sugar intended for human consumption. This
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and standard does not apply to soft brown sugars.
the methods of sampling and test for food grade 240. US EAS 753:2011, Seed potato – Specification
cassava starch. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
234. US EAS 743:2010, Cassava crisps – Specification methods of sampling and test for seed potato. It
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and specifies requirements for varietal identity, purity;
methods of sampling and test for crisps made from genealogy, traceability, pests and diseases, internal
sweet varieties of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz). and external quality, physiology, sizing, packaging
235. US EAS 745:2010, Potato crisps – Specification and labeling.
This tubers (Solanum tuberosum L.). (This Uganda 241. US EAS 754:2013, Chickpeas – Specification (2nd
Standard cancels and replaces US 703:2007, Potato Edition)
crisps – Specification, which has been revised). This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
236. US EAS 746:2010, Frozen potato chips – methods of sampling and test for dry chickpeas of the
Specification varieties (cultivars) grown from Cicer arietinum Linn.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and intended for human consumption. (This Uganda
methods of sampling and test for frozen potato Standard cancels and replaces US EAS 754:2011,
(Solanum tuberosum L.) chips to be supplied Chickpeas – Specification, which has been technically
packaged either in retail packs or in bulk for human revised).
consumption. (This Uganda Standard cancels and 242. US EAS 755:2013, Cowpeas – Specification (2nd
replaces US 708:2007, Frozen potato chips – Edition)
Specification, which has been revised). This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
237. US EAS 747:2010, Fried potato chips – methods of sampling and test for dry cowpeas of the
Specification varieties (cultivars) grown from Vigna unguiculata
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and Linn.Sync. Vigna sinensis (L.) Hassk. intended for
methods of sampling and test for deep fried potato human consumption. (This Uganda Standard cancels
chips ready for consumption. (This Uganda Standard

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and replaces US EAS 755:2011, Cowpeas – of varieties (cultivars) grown from Lens culinaris
Specification, which has been technically revised). Medic. Syn. Lens esculenta Moench. intended for
243. US EAS 756:2013, Pigeon peas – Specification (2nd human consumption. (This Uganda Standard cancels
Edition) and replaces US EAS 760:2011, Lentils –
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, Specification, which has been technically revised).
methods of sampling and test for dry pigeon peas of 248. US EAS 761:2013, Dry split peas – Specification
the varieties (cultivars) grown from Cajanus cajan (2nd Edition)
Linn. intended for human consumption. (This Uganda This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
Standard cancels and replaces US EAS 756:2011, methods of sampling and test for dry split peas of
Pigeon peas – Specification, which has been varieties (cultivars) grown from Pisum sativum L. and
technically revised). Pisum sativum var. arvense (L.) Poir. intended for
244. US EAS 757:2013, Sorghum grains – Specification human consumption. (This Uganda Standard cancels
(2nd Edition) and replaces US EAS 761:2011, Dry split peas –
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and Specification, which has been technically revised).
methods of sampling and test for sorghum grains of 249. US EAS 762:2017, Dry soybeans — Specification
varieties (cultivars) grown from Sorghum bicolor (L.) (3rd Edition)
Moench intended for human consumption. (This This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US EAS sampling and test methods for dry soybeans of
757:2011, Sorghum – Specification, which has been varieties (cultivars) grown from Glycine max (L.)
technically revised). Merr. intended for human consumption. (This
245. US EAS 758:2013, Finger millet grains – standard cancels and replaces US EAS 762:2013, Dry
Specification (2nd Edition) soybeans — Specification (2nd Edition), that has been
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and technically revised).
methods of sampling and test for finger millet grains
250. US EAS 763:2013, Faba beans – Specification (2nd
of varieties (cultivars) grown from Eleusine coracana
Edition)
(L.) Gaertner intended for human consumption. (This
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US EAS
methods of sampling and test for faba beans of
758:2011, Finger millet grains – Specification, which
cultivated varieties (cultivars) grown from Vicia faba
has been technically revised).
L. intended for human consumption. (This Uganda
246. US EAS 759:2013, Dry whole peas – Specification
Standard cancels and replaces US EAS 763:2011,
(2nd Edition)
Faba – Specification, which has been technically
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
revised).
methods of sampling and test for dry whole peas of
251. US EAS 764:2013, Rough (Paddy) rice –
varieties (cultivars) grown from Pisum sativum L. and
Specification (2nd Edition)
Pisum sativum var. arvense (L.) Poir. intended for
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
human consumption. (This Uganda Standard cancels
methods of sampling and test for rough rice of the
and replaces US EAS 759:2011, Dry whole peas –
varieties grown from Oryza spp., used for further
Specification, which has been technically revised).
processing. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
247. US EAS 760:2013, Lentils – Specification (2nd
replaces US EAS 764:2011, Rough (Paddy) rice –
Edition)
Specification, which has been technically revised).
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
methods of sampling and test for shelled whole lentils

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252. US EAS 765:2013, Brown rice – Specification (2nd varieties of bitter cassava, Manihot esculenta Crantz,
Edition) for preparation before human consumption
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and 259. US 778:2019, Animal stock routes, check points
methods of sampling and test for brown rice of the and holding grounds — Requirements (2nd
varieties grown from Oryza spp., intended for human Edition)
consumption or for processing to milled rice. (This This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US EAS animal stock routes, animal check points and holding
765:2011, Brown rice – Specification, which has been grounds for control of animal movement for the
technically revised). purposes of trade, breeding, or other purposes other
253. US EAS 770:2012, Fortified sugar — Specification than for grazing within a given locality. (This
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and standard cancels and replaces US 778:2007,
methods of sampling and test for fortified brown Requirements for animal stock routes, check points
sugars and fortified plantation (mill) white sugar and holding grounds (1st Edition), that has been
intended for direct human consumption. technically revised).
254. US EAS 771:2012, Fresh sweet potato — 260. US 779:2019, Transportation of meat and meat
Specification products — Requirements (2nd Edition)
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the
methods of sampling and test for fresh sweet potatoes transportation of meat and meat products. (This
[Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.] to be supplied fresh and standard cancels and replaces US 779:2007,
either packaged or sold loose for human consumption. Requirements for the transportation of meat and meat
255. US EAS 772:2012, Dried sweet potato chips — products (1st Edition), that has been technically
Specification revised).
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and 261. US EAS 779:2012, High quality cassava flour —
methods of sampling and test for dried sweetpotato Specification
chips intended for human consumption. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
256. US EAS 773:2012, Sweet potato flour — methods of sampling and test for high quality cassava
Specification flour, which is obtained from the processing of
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz), intended for
methods of sampling and test for flour which is human consumption, industrial use and other
obtained from the processing of sweetpotato [Ipomoea applications.
batatas (L.) Lam.] intended for human consumption. 262. US 780:2012, Powdered silver cyprinid (Mukene)
257. US EAS 774:2012, Sweet potato crisps – — Specification
Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and methods of sampling and test for powdered silver
methods of sampling and test for crisps made from cyprinid (mukene) of the species Rastrineobola
storage roots of sweetpotato [Ipomoea batatas (L.) argentea, intended for human consumption.
Lam.] intended for human consumption 263. US EAS 780:2012, Fresh cassava leaves —
258. US EAS 778:2012, Fresh bitter cassava — Specification
Specification This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and methods of sampling and test for fresh cassava leaves
methods of sampling and test for fresh roots of of Manihot esculenta Crantz, for preparation before
human consumption

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264. US EAS 781:2012, Biscuits — Specification This Uganda standard specifies requirements and
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and methods of sampling and test for soya milk intended
methods of sampling and test for biscuits intended for for human consumption
human consumption. 270. US EAS 801:2014, Soya protein products —
265. US EAS 782:2012, Composite flour – Specification Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and This Uganda standard specifies requirements and
methods of sampling and test for composite flour methods of sampling and test for soya protein products
intended for human consumption. intended for human consumption. (This standard
266. US EAS 797:2013, Vitamin and mineral food cancels and replaces US 984:2013, Soy protein
supplements – Requirements products – Specification, which has been technically
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for revised).
vitamin and mineral food supplements intended for 271. US EAS 802:2014, Textured soya protein products
use in supplementing the daily diet with vitamins — Specification
and/or minerals. This standard covers vitamin and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
mineral food supplements in concentrated forms of methods of sampling and test for textured soya protein
those nutrients singly or in combinations, marketed in products intended for human consumption.
forms such as capsules, tablets, powders, paste and 272. US EAS 803:2014, Nutrition labelling —
solutions. This standard does not cover vitamin and Requirements
mineral products intended for special dietary uses or This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the
medical/therapeutic purposes. nutrition labelling of foods. The standard applies to
267. US EAS 798:2013, Lipid food supplements – the nutrition labeling of all foods except for foods for
Requirements special dietary uses. (This standard cancels and
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for replaces US 500:2003, Requirements for nutrition
lipid food supplements used for complementing the labelling of foods, which has been technically
normal diet with essential fatty acids. This standard revised).
covers lipid food supplements primarily providing 273. US EAS 804:2014, Claims on food —
essential fatty acids and presented in forms such as Requirements
capsules, paste or liquid. The product may be taken This Uganda Standard specifies general requirements
directly or added to another food with the primary for claims made on a food irrespective of whether or
objective of increasing the energy content of the food not the food is covered by an individual East African
and provide essential fatty acids. This standard does Standard. (This standard cancels and replaces US
not cover lipid food supplements intended for special 566:2006, Use of nutrition claims – Requirements,
dietary uses or medical/therapeutic purposes. which has been technically revised).
268. US EAS 799:2014, Edible full fat soya flour — 274. US EAS 805:2014, Use of nutrition and health
Specification claims — Requirements
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the
methods of sampling and test for edible full fat soya use of nutrition and health claims in food labelling and
flour for human consumption. (This standard cancels in advertising. This standard applies to all foods for
and replaces US 349:2001, Specification for edible which nutrition and health claims are made without
soy flour, which has been technically revised). prejudice to specific provisions under other standards
269. US EAS 800:2014, Soya milk — Specification or guidelines relating to foods for special dietary uses
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requirements for nutrition and health claims do not for further processing. (This standard cancels and
apply to foods for infants and young children. (This replaces US 817:2008, Milk fat products —
standard cancels and replaces US 508:2003, Specification, which has been technically revised).
Requirements for nutritional and health claim for 284. US 818:2019, Fruit juices and nectars —
food, which has been technically revised). Specification (2nd Edition)
275. US 806:2009, Poultry feeds — Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
This Uganda Standard prescribes specifications for the methods of sampling and test for fruits juices, nectars
following poultry feeds: broiler starter feed; broilers and concentrated fruit juices intended for direct human
finishing feed; chick and duck feed; poultry grower consumption or for further processing. (This standard
feed; turkey starter feed; layer feed; and breeders feed. cancels and replaces US 818:2011, Fruit juice and
276. US 807:2009, Cattle feeds — Specification nectars — Specification, which has been technically
This Uganda Standard prescribes requirements for the revised).
cattle feeds, licks and concentrates; dry calf starter 285. US EAS 818:2014, Sugar cane jaggery –
feed, calf feed, dairy feed, high energy protein beef Specification
feed, high energy urea beef feed, low urea lick, high This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
urea lick and calf lick. methods of sampling and test for sugar cane jaggery.
277. US 808:2009, Dog feeds — Specification 286. US EAS 819:2014, Molasses – Specification
This Uganda Standard prescribes requirements for the This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
dog feeds. methods of sampling and test for molasses for
278. US 811:2009, Pig feeds — Specification industrial use.
This Uganda Standard prescribes requirements for the 287. US EAS 820:2014, Dextrose monohydrate (glucose
following feeds: pig creep feed; pig growers feed; pig powder) – Specification
finishing feed; and pig breeders feed (sow and weaner This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
feed). methods of sampling and test for dextrose
279. US 812:2009, Goats and sheep feeds — monohydrate (glucose powder) intended for human
Specification consumption as food and industrial applications. This
This Uganda Standard prescribes requirements for the standard does not apply to dextrose monohydrate for
goats and sheep feeds. intravenous applications
280. US 813:2009, Rabbit feeds — Specification 288. US EAS 821:2014, Maize seed – Requirements for
This Uganda Standard prescribes requirements for certification
rabbit feeds. This Uganda Standard specifies the certification
281. US 814:2009, Fish feeds — Specification requirements for the production of pre-basic, basic and
This Uganda Standard prescribes requirements for fish certified seed of maize (Zea mays L.). It includes
feeds. requirements for eligible varieties, field standards,
282. US 815:2009, Cat feeds — Specification field inspections, seed sampling, laboratory standards,
This Uganda Standard prescribes requirements for cat certificates, packaging and labelling and post-control
feeds. tests.
283. US 817: 2019, Milk fat products — Specification 289. US EAS 822:2014, Sorghum seed – Requirements
(2nd edition) for certification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies the certification
sampling and test methods for anhydrous milk fat, requirements for the production of pre-basic, basic and
anhydrous butter oil and butter oil, which are intended certified seed of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.)

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Moench). It includes requirements for eligible This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
varieties, field standards, field inspections, seed methods of sampling and test for fresh and frozen
sampling, laboratory standards, certificates, packaging whole fin fish.
and labeling, and post control tests. 295. US EAS 828:2017, Dried and salted-dried fish —
290. US EAS 823:2014, Sunflower seed – Requirements Specification
for certification This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
This Uganda Standard specifies the certification the methods of sampling and test for dried and salted-
requirements for the production of pre-basic, basic and dried fish. This standard does not apply to
certified seed of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.). It Rastrineobola argentea and smoked fish. (This
includes requirements for eligible varieties, field Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 920:2012,
standards, field inspections, seed sampling, laboratory Dried and dried-salted fish — Specification which has
standards, certificates, packaging and labelling, and been technically revised).
post-control tests. 296. US EAS 830:2015, Fresh fish sticks (fish fingers),
291. US EAS 824:2014, Soybean seed — Requirements fish portions and fish fillets – Breaded or in batter
for certification – Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the certification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
requirements for the production of pre-basic, basic and methods of sampling and test for frozen fish sticks
certified seed of soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill). It (fish fingers), fish portions and fish fillets – breaded or
includes requirements for eligible varieties, field in batter, intended for human consumption.
standards, field inspections, seed sampling, laboratory 297. US EAS 831:2015, Frozen fish fillets –
standards, certificates, packaging and labelling, and Specification
post-control tests. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
292. US EAS 825:2014, Groundnut seed — methods of sampling and test for frozen fish fillets
Requirements for certification intended for human consumption.
This Uganda Standard specifies the certification 298. US EAS 870:2017, Crackers from marine and
requirements for the production of pre-basic, basic and freshwater fish, crustacean and molluscan
certified seed of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.). It shellfish — Specification
includes requirements for eligible varieties, field This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
standards, field inspections, seed sampling, laboratory sampling and test methods for crackers prepared from
standards, certificates, packaging and labelling, and marine and freshwater fish, crustacean and molluscan
post-control tests. shellfish. It does not include ready-to-eat fried as well
293. US EAS 826:2017, Dried silver cyprinid as artificially flavored fish, crustacean and molluscan
(Rastrineobola argentea) — Specification shellfish crackers.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and 299. US 871:2011, Malted cereal beverages —
methods of sampling and test for dried silver cyprinid Specification
(Rastrineobola argentea). (This Uganda Standard This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
cancels and replaces US 919:2012, Dried silver methods of sampling and test for malted cereal
cyprinid (Mukene) — Specification which has been beverages.
technically revised). 300. US EAS 871:2017, Fish sausages — Specification
294. US EAS 827:2015, Fresh and frozen whole fin fish This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
– Specification sampling and test methods for fish sausages intended
for human consumption. This standard applies to fresh

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fish sausage, smoked fish sausage, dried fish sausage 308. US 882: 2011, Fruit chips and crisps —
and fermented fish sausage. Specification
301. US EAS 872:2015, Frozen octopus — Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, methods of sampling and test for fruits chips and
sampling and test methods for frozen octopus intended crisps which have been suitably treated and which are
for human consumption. offered for direct consumption or for further
302. US 872:2011, Fermented (non-alcoholic) cereal processing.
beverages — Specification 309. US 889:2011, Dried vegetables and herbs for food
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and use – Specification
methods of sampling and test for fermented (non- This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
alcoholic) cereal beverages. methods of sampling and test for dried vegetables and
303. US EAS 873:2017, Frozen tuna loins — herbs which have been suitably treated and which are
Specification offered for direct consumption or use in food industry.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, This standard does not apply to vegetables and herbs
sampling and test methods for frozen tuna loins for which specific standards have been declared.
intended for human consumption. 310. US 890:2011 Dried tomatoes – Specification
304. US EAS 875:2017, Quick frozen prawns or This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
shrimps — Specification methods of sampling and test for dried tomatoes of
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, varieties (cultivars) grown from Lycopersicon
sampling and test methods for quick frozen prawns or esculentum Mill and its hybrids, intended for direct
shrimps. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces consumption without further processing or for use in
US CODEX STAN 92:1981, Standard for quick frozen the food industry.
shrimps and prawns which has been technically 311. US 891:2011 Dried carrots – Specification
revised). This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
305. US EAS 876:2017, Smoked fish, smoke-flavoured methods of sampling and test for dried carrots (Daucus
fish and smoke-dried fish — Specification carota L.) which have been suitably treated and which
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, are offered for direct consumption or further
sampling and test methods for smoked fish, smoke- processing.
flavoured fish and smoke-dried fish intended for 312. US EAS 891:2017, Fresh carrot — Specification
human consumption. The standard covers all fish This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
species. sampling and test methods for carrots of varieties
306. US 876:2009, Chillies, whole and ground (cultivars) grown from Daucus carota (L.) of
(powdered) — Specification Apiaceae family to be supplied fresh to the consumer.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US
whole and ground (powdered) chillies [Capsicum 1617:2015, Fresh carrot — Specification which has
frutescens L. Capsicum annum L.]. been technically revised).
307. US 877: 2011, Dried fruits — Specification 313. US EAS 892:2016, Fresh sweet banana —
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and Specification
methods of sampling and test for tropical dried fruits This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
and other fruits which have been suitably treated and sampling and test methods for fresh sweet banana of
which are offered for direct consumption or further Musa spp, Musaceae family, in an unripe or ripe state,
processing. to be supplied to the consumer. Bananas intended for

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cooking (plantains and East Africa highland banana) 320. US EAS 899: 2017, Tuna canned in oil —
or industrial processing are excluded. (This Uganda Specification
Standard cancels and replaces US 1533:2013, Fresh This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
bananas — Specification which has been technically sampling and test methods for tuna canned in oil
revised). intended for human consumption.
314. US EAS 893:2017, Chilli sauce — Specification 321. US 907:2011, Instant coffee – Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
sampling and test methods for chilli sauce for human methods of sampling and test for instant coffee.
consumption. (This Uganda Standard cancels and 322. US 908:2013, Nutrient-concentrated foods for
replaces US 972:2013, Chilli sauce — Specification therapeutic uses – Specification
which has been technically revised). This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
315. US EAS 894:2017, Fresh onions — Specification methods of sampling and test for nutrient-concentrated
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, foods for therapeutic uses.
sampling and tests methods for fresh bulb onions 323. US 917:2012, Dressed poultry — Specification
Allium cepa (L.) of the family Alliaceae to be supplied This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
to the consumer. This standard does not apply to methods of sampling and test for dressed poultry. It
onions for industrial processing. (This Uganda applies to poultry including chickens, ducks, geese,
Standard cancels and replaces US 1501:2013, Fresh turkeys, pigeons, guinea fowl or any other
onions — Specification which has been technically domesticated bird.
revised). 324. US 922:2011, Meat grading system –
316. US 894:2011 Dried edible mushrooms – Requirements – Part 1: Beef
Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for a
This Uganda standard specifies requirements and system for grading of whole carcasses of cattle which
methods of sampling and test for dried edible are fit for human consumption at the abattoir. It
mushrooms after preparation and packaging. applies to all categories of cattle. The veterinary and
317. US EAS 895:2017, Fish protein concentrate — food safety requirements which are expected to be
Specification conformed to and are covered in other standards have
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, not been reproduced in this standard.
sampling and test methods for fish protein concentrate 325. US 931:2012, Minced meat — Specification
intended for human consumption. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
318. US EAS 896:2017, Fried fish — Specification methods of sampling and test for minced meat
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, intended for use as food or as an ingredient in foods
sampling and test methods for fried fish of all species, 326. US 932:2012, Bovine (beef) carcasses and cuts —
which may be whole or portions intended for human Specification
consumption. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
319. US EAS 897:2017, Frozen lobster tails — bovine (beef) carcasses and cuts meant for human
Specification consumption.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, 327. US 952:2013, Amaranth grain — Specification
sampling and test methods for frozen lobster tails of This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
all the species of the genera Panulirus, Thunnus and methods of sampling and test for whole grains
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hypochondaricus and A. cruentus intended for human This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
consumption. methods of sampling and test for banana (matooke)
328. US 953:2013, Amaranth flour — Specification flour.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and 336. US 985:2014, Apple — Specification
methods of sampling and test for flour prepared from This Uganda Standard applies to fruits of commercial
dried amaranth grain (Amaranthus caudutus, A. varieties (cultivars) of apples grown from Malus
hypochondaricus, A. cruentus) intended for human domestica Borkh, of the Rosaceae family, to be
consumption. supplied fresh to the consumer, after preparation and
329. US ISO 959-1:1998, Pepper (Piper nigrum L.), packaging. Apples for industrial processing are
whole or ground — Specification —Part 1: excluded.
Black pepper 337. US 997:2014, Cooking banana (matooke) —
This Uganda Standard part specifies requirements for Specification
black pepper (Piper nigrum L.), whole or ground. This Uganda standard specifies requirements for
330. US ISO 959-2:1998, Pepper (Piper nigrum L.), cooking banana (matooke) grown from Musa spp.
whole or ground – Specification – Part 2: White (AAA-EAH) and of family Musaceae to be supplied
pepper raw to the consumer.
This part of Uganda Standard specifies requirements 338. US 998:2014, Plantain (gonja) — Specification
for white pepper (Piper nigrum L.), whole or ground, This Uganda standard specifies requirements for
at the following commercial stages: a) semi-processed plantain (gonja) (AAB genome) banana grown from
(SP); b) processed (P). It is not applicable to white Musa spp. (AAA-B) and of family Musaceae.
pepper categories called "light". 339. US 999:2013, Fresh chilli pepper— Specification
331. US ISO 972:1997, Chillies and capsicums, whole This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for fresh
or ground (powdered) – Specification chili peppers of varieties grown from Capsicum
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for species to be supplied fresh to the consumer. This
chillies and capsicums in the whole or ground standard does not cover requirements for chili pepper
(powdered) form. It does not apply to “chili powder” for industrial processing.
and paprika . 340. US ISO 1003:2008, Spices — Ginger (Zingiber
332. US ISO 973:1999, Pimento (allspice) [Pimenta officinale Roscoe) — Specification
dioica (L.) Merr.], whole or ground – Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe).
pimento or allspice [Pimentadioica (L.) Merr.], whole 341. US ISO 1237:1981, Mustard seed – Specification
or ground. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
333. US 979:2013, Breakfast cereals — Specification mustard seed.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and 342. US 1501:2013, Fresh onions — Specification
methods of sampling and test for breakfast cereals This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
intended for human consumption. onions of varieties (cultivars) grown from Allium cepa
334. US 980:2013, Herbal tea – Specification L. to be supplied to the consumer in the natural state.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and This standard does not specify requirements for
methods of sampling and test of herbal tea. Bermuda onions, Creole onions, green onions with full
335. US 983:2015, Banana (matooke) flour – leaves and onions for industrial processing.
Specification 343. US 1502:2013, Fresh Bermuda onions —
Specification

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This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for 351. US 1576:2015, Biofertilizer – Specification
onions of varieties (cultivars) of Bermuda-Granex- This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
Grano grown from Allium cepa L. to be supplied to the methods of sampling and test for biofertilizers. This
consumer in the natural state. This standard does not standard does not cover requirements for conventional
specify requirements for Bermuda onions for chemical fertilizers.
industrial processing. 352. US 1577:2015, Biopesticide – Specification
344. US 1503:2013, Fresh common green onions — This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
Specification methods of sampling and test for biopesticides. This
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for fresh standard does not cover requirements for conventional
common green onions of varieties (cultivars) grown chemical pesticides and Plant Incorporated
from Allium fistulosum, Allium ascalonicum, Allium Protectants.
chinense and other non-bulbing onion cultivars to be 353. US 1584:2017, Organic fertilizer — Specification
supplied fresh to the consumer. This standard does not This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
specify requirements for green onions for industrial sampling and test methods for organic fertilizers.
processing. 354. US 1597:2017, Flavoured milk — Specification
345. US 1504:2013, Fresh Creole onions — (2nd Edition)
Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for methods of sampling and test for flavoured milk from
Creole onions of varieties (cultivars) grown from cow, goat, camel, buffalo, or sheep milk. This
Allium cepa L. to be supplied to the consumer in the standards does not apply to raw flavoured milk. (This
natural state. This standard does not specify Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US
requirements for Creole onions for industrial 1597:2015, Flavoured UHT milk — Specification,
processing. which has been technically revised).
346. US 1534:2014, Liqueur — Specification 355. US 1598:2015, Alcoholic beverages —Ready to
This Uganda standard specifies requirements and Drink (RTD) — Specification
methods of sampling and test for spirit-based liqueurs This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
347. US 1541:2013, Chocolate and chocolate products – method of sampling and test for Ready to Drink
Specification alcoholic beverages (RTD).
The Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and 356. US 1599:2015, Pastry – Specification
methods of sampling and test for chocolate and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
chocolate products intended for human consumption. methods of sampling and test for pastries.
This standard does not apply to products in which 357. US 1600:2015, Dairy whitener – Specification
chocolate is used as an enhancer. This Uganda Standard requirements and methods of
348. US 1545:2015, Soya beverage – Specification sampling and test for dairy whitener (sweetened
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and partially skimmed milk powder).
methods of sampling and test for soya beverage. 358. US 1603: 2016, Chia seed — Specification
349. US 1548:2013, Raw goat milk – Specification This Uganda Standardspecifies the requirements,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and sampling and test methods for chia seed (Salvia
methods of sampling and test for raw goat milk. hispanica L.) for human consumption. This standard
350. US 1558:2015, Food grain snacks – Specification does not apply to chia seed as a planting material.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and 359. US 1612:2015, Fresh mushroom – Specification
methods of sampling and test for food grain snacks.

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This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the 365. US 1619:2015, Fresh tangerine – Specification
carpophores (fruiting bodies) of strains grown from This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
the genus Agaricus (syn. Psalliota) to be supplied tangerines (Citrus tangerina hort. ex Tanaka) grown to
fresh to the consumer. This standard does not apply to be supplied fresh in the export and local markets. This
mushrooms for industrial processing. standard does not apply to tangerine for industrial
360. US 1613:2015, Fresh papaya – Specification processing.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for 366. US 1620:2015, Fresh lemon – Specification
commercial varieties of papayas grown from Carica This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
papaya L., of the Caricaceae family, to be supplied lemons of varieties (cultivars) grown from the species
fresh to the consumer. This standard does not apply to Citrus limon (L.) Burm. F. to be supplied fresh in the
papayas for industrial processing. export and local markets. This standard is also
361. US 1614:2015, Fresh orange – Specification applicable to Citron, Citrus medica Linn. This standard
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for does not apply to lemons for industrial processing.
commercial varieties (cultivars) of oranges grown 367. US 1621:2015, Fresh grapes – Specification
from Citrus Sinensis (L.) Osbeck (sweet oranges) and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
Citrus Aurantium. L. (sour oranges) of the Rutaceae grapes of varieties (cultivars) grown from Vitis
family, to be supplied fresh to the consumer. This vinifera L. to be supplied fresh to the consumer. This
standard does not apply to oranges for industrial standard does not apply to fresh grapes for industrial
processing. processing.
362. US 1615:2015, Fresh jack fruit – Specification 368. US 1628:2016, Sesame – Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
jackfruit grown from Artocarpus heterophyllus sampling and test methods for sesame (Sesamun
Lamarck of the family Moraceae, to be supplied fresh indicum.L.) for human consumption.
to the consumer. This standard does not apply to 369. US 1636:2016, Shea nut – Specification
jackfruit for industrial processing. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
363. US 1616:2015, Fresh headed cabbage – sampling and test methods for shea nut/kernel
Specification originating from fruits of the tree Vitellaria paradoxa
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for Cf Gaertn of the family Sapotaceae which is
headed cabbages of varieties (cultivars) grown from processed into fat/oil and other products destined for
Brassica oleracea var. capitata L. (including red human use.
cabbages and pointed cabbages) and from Brassica 370. US 1635 2016, Shea butter – Specification
oleracea L. var. bullata DC. and var. sabauda L. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
(savoy cabbages) to be supplied fresh to the consumer. sampling and test methods for shea butter Vitellaria
This standard does not apply to headed cabbages for paradoxa derived from the kernels of the nut of
industrial processing. Vitellaria paradoxa
364. US 1618:2015, Fresh water melon – Specification 371. US 1653:2017, Dairy based beverages —
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for Specification
watermelons of varieties (cultivars) grown from This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
Citrullus lanatus (Thunberg), Matsumara & Nakai sampling and test methods for dairy based beverages.
(also called C. vulgaris) to be supplied fresh to the 372. US 1659:2017, Materials in contact with food —
consumer. This standard does not apply to watermelons Requirements for packaging materials
for industrial processing.

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This Uganda Standard provides the general This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
requirements of packaging items for food contact and sampling and test methods for plant protein-based
their subsequent use. yoghurt obtained from protein isolates.
373. US 1660:2017, Inorganic foliar fertilizer — 380. US 1698:2017, Caprine (goat) meat — Carcasses
Specification and cuts — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sampling and test methods for inorganic foliar sampling and test methods for raw caprine (goat) meat
fertilizers. carcasses and cuts fit for the food industry and human
374. US.1661:2017, Magnesium sulphate fertilizer — consumption.
Specification 381. US 1699:2017, Porcine (pig) meat — Carcasses and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
cuts — Specification
sampling and test methods for magnesium sulphate
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
fertilizer.
sampling and test methods for raw porcine (pig) meat
375. US 1676:2017, Pulse flour — Specification
cuts and carcasses fit for the food industries and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
human consumption.
sampling and test methods for pulse flour for human
382. US 1702:2017, Raw macadamia nuts –
consumption. This standard does not apply to soy bean
Specification
flour for which standards exist.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
376. US 1677:2017, Poultry feed premix —
sampling and test methods for macadamia nuts of
Specification
varieties grown from Macadamia integrifolia,
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
Macadamia tetraphylla, Macadamia ternifolia
sampling and test methods for compounded poultry
(Maiden & E.Betche), and their hybrids, intended for
feed premixes used as a sole source of vitamins and
human consumption.
trace elements for poultry.
383. US 1703:2017, Roasted macadamia nuts —
377. US 1678:2017, Dairy cattle feed premix —
Specification
Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
sampling and test methods for roasted macadamia nuts
sampling for compounded dairy cattle feed premixes
of varieties grown from Macadamia integrifolia,
used in animal feeds as a sole source of vitamins and
Macadamia tetraphylla, Macadamia ternifolia
trace elements for dairy cattle.
(Maiden & E. Betche), and their hybrids, intended for
378. US 1683:2017, Egg powder — Specification
human consumption.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
384. US 1704:2017, Raw cashew nuts — Specification
sampling and test methods for egg powder obtained
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
from poultry eggs. This includes all egg powder
sampling and test methods for cashew nuts obtained
processed from edible birds’ eggs domesticated for
from cashew tree (Anacardium occidentale Linnaeus).
human consumption.
385. US 1705:2017, Roasted cashew nuts —
379. US 1684:2017, Plant protein-based yoghurt
Specification
(vegetable curd) — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
sampling and test methods for roasted cashew nuts.
386. US 1723: 2017, Sucralose — Specification

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This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
sampling and test methods for food grade sucralose. sampling and test methods for food grade saccharin.
387. US 1778:2017, Sugarcane juice — Specification
396. US 1926: 2019, Food grade aspartame —
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements
Specification
sampling and test methods for sugarcane juice
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
intended for direct human consumption.
sampling and test methods for food grade aspartame
388. US 1800:2019, Dry roasted silver cyprinid
397. US 1957: 2019, Green coffee beans —
(Mukene) — Specification
Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sampling and test methods for dry roasted silver
sampling and test methods for wet and dry processed
cyprinid (Mukene) of the species Rastrineobola
green coffee beans intended for human consumption.
argentea, intended for human consumption.
This standard applies to both Arabica (Coffea Arabia
389. US 1801:2019, Dried fish maws — Specification
Linn), Robusta (Coffee canephora) coffee beans and
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
Liberia (Coffea liberica). [This standard cancels and
sampling and test methods for dried fish maws
replaces US EAS 130:1999, Green coffee beans –
processed from the air bladder of fish.
Specification that has been technically revised].
390. US 1810:2019, Beeswax — Specification
398. US 1967:2019, Sesame paste — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sampling and test methods for crude and refined
sampling and test methods for sesame paste, also
beeswax.
known as Tehena, for human consumption.
391. US 1851:2019, Rice flour — Specification
399. US 1980: 2019, Unsweetened condensed milk —
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
Specification
sampling and test methods for rice flour from Oryza
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sativa L for human consumption.
sampling and test methods for unsweetened
392. US 1852:2019, Instant cereal composite flour —
condensed milks, intended for direct consumption or
Specification
further processing.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
400. US 1987: 2019, Whipping cream — Specification
sampling and test methods for instant cereal
Scope: This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
composite flour intended for human consumption.
sampling and test methods for whipping cream,
393. US 1853:2019, Pre-cooked dehydrated pulse
intended for direct human consumption or further
products — Specification
processing.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
401. US 2022:2019, Vegetable and nut spread —
sampling and test methods for pre-cooked dehydrated
Specification
pulse products for human consumption.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
394. US 1902: 2017, Baker’s yeast —
sampling and test methods for vegetable and nut
Specification
spread for human consumption.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
402. US 2037: 2019, Kombucha drink — Specification
sampling and test methods for baker’s yeast.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements
395. US 1925:2019, Food grade saccharin
sampling and test methods for Kombucha drink.
— Specification
403. US 2038:2019, Blended fertilizer — Specification

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This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
sampling and test methods for blended fertilizers (or whole black and blond caraway (Carum carvi
physical mixtures of fertilizers) intended for use as Linnaeus), having biennal and annual fructification
fertilizers. respectively. It does not apply to Carum
404. US 2078:2019, Organic-inorganic compound Buibocastanum.
fertilizer — Specification 412. US ISO 5562:1983, Turmeric, whole or ground
This Uganda standard specifies the requirements, (powdered) —Specification
sampling and test methods of organic-inorganic This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
compound fertilizer. turmeric (Curcuma longa Linnaeus), whole or ground
405. US 2081:2019, Compound microbial fertilizer — powdered.
Specification 413. US ISO 5563:1984, Dried peppermint (Mentha
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and piperita Linnaeus) –Specification
sampling and test methods for compound microbial This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for dried
fertilizers. leaves, or broken or rubbed dried leaves, of
406. US ISO 2254:1980, Cloves, whole and ground peppermint.
(powdered) — Specification 414. US ISO 5565-1:1999, Vanilla [Vanilla fragrans
This Uganda specifies requirements for whole and (Salisbury) Ames] — Part 1: Specification
ground (powdered) cloves [Eugenia caryophyllus This part of US ISO 5565 specifies requirements for
(C.Sprenge) Bullock and Harrison]. vanilla belonging to the species Vanilla fragrans
407. US ISO 2256:1984, Dried mint (spearmint) (Salisbury) Ames, syn. Vanilla planifolia Andrews.
(Mentha spicata Linnaeus syn. Mentha viridis This standard is applicable to vanilla in pods, bulk, cut
Linnaeus) — Specification or in the form of powder. It is not applicable to vanilla
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for extracts.
leaves of dried mint (spearmint) in whole, broken or 415. US ISO 6079:1990, Instant tea in solid form —
rubbed form. Specification
408. US ISO 3632-1:2011, Spices – Saffron (Crocus This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
sativus L.) – Part 1: Specification instant tea in solid form. It does not apply to: instant
This Uganda Standard establishes specifications for tea containing non-tea carbohydrates as bulking/filling
dried saffron obtained from the pistils of Crocus agents (normally referred to as "filled instant tea");
sativus L. flowers. preparations of instant tea containing added aromatic
409. US ISO 5559:1995, Dehydrated onion (Allium material unless these are derived exclusively from the
cepa Linnaeus) —Specification plant Camellia sinensis; and decaffeinated instant tea.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for 416. US ISO 6465:2009, Spices – Cumin (Cuminum
dehydrated onion (Allium cepa Linnaeus) in its cyminum L.) – Specification (2nd Edition)
various commercial forms. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for fruits
410. US ISO 5560:1997, Dehydrated garlic (Allium of cumin (Cuminum cyminum L.). (This Uganda
sativum L.) — Specification Standard cancels and replaces US ISO 6465:1984,
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for Whole cumin (Cuminurn cyminum Linnaeus) —
dehydrated garlic (Allium sativum L.). Specification which has been technically revised).
411. US ISO 5561:1990, Black caraway and blond 417. US ISO 6539:2014, Cinnamon (Cinnamomum
caraway (Carum carvi Linnaeus), whole — zeylanicum Blume) – Specification (2nd Edition)
Specification

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This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for This Uganda Standard defines the requirements for
whole or ground (powdered) cinnamon, of the Sri ground paprika.
Lankan, Madagascan and Seychelles types obtained 423. US ISO 8391-2:1986, Ceramic cookware in
from the bark of the tree or shrub Cinnamomum contact with food — Release of lead and cadmium
zeylanicum Blume. (This Uganda Standard cancels – Part 2: Permissible limits
and replaces US ISO 6539:1997, Cinnamon, Sri This Uganda Standard specifies the permissible limits
Lankan type, Seychelles type and Madagascan type for the release of lead and cadmium by ceramic
(Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume) — Specification cookware intended for use in contact with food. This
which has been technically revised.) part of ISO 8391 is applicable to ceramic cookware
418. US ISO 6574:1986, Celery seed (Apium graveolens intended to be used for the preparation of foods by
Linnaeus) — Specification heating.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for 424. US ISO 10620:1995, Dried sweet marjoram
whole celery seed’) (Apium graveolens Linnaeus) for (Origanum majorana L.) —Specification
use as a spice. It does not apply to seeds used for This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for dried
agricultural purposes. sweet marjoram (Origanum majorana L.) both as
419. US ISO 6577:2002, Nutmeg, whole or broken, and bunches (bouquets) and as rubbed.
mace, whole or in pieces (Myristica fragrans 425. US ISO 10622:1997, Large cardamom (Amomum
Houtt.) — Specificatio subulatum Roxb.), as capsules and seeds —
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for Specification
nutmeg, whole or broken, and for mace, whole or in This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for large
pieces, obtained from the nutmeg tree (Myristica cardamom as capsules and seeds (Amomum
fragrans Houtt.) for wholesale commercial purposes subulatum Roxb)
420. US ISO 6754:1996, Dried thyme (Thymus vulgaris 426. US ISO 11162:2001, Peppercorns (Piper nigrum
L.) — Specification L.) in brine — Specification and test methods
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
dried thyme (Thymus vulgaris L.) leaves in the rubbed peppercorns (Piper nigrum L.) in brine.
form. 427. US ISO 11163:1995, Dried sweet basil (Ochwm
421. US ISO 7086-2:2000, Glass hollowware in contact basilicum L.) — Specification
with food — Release of lead and cadmium — Part This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
2: Permissible limits dried sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) in the form
This Uganda Standard specifies permissible limits for of cut (rubbed) leaves.
the release of lead and cadmium from glass 428. US ISO 11164:1995, Dried rosemary (Rosmarinus
hollowware that is intended to be used in contact with officinalis L.) —Specification
food. This part of US ISO 7086 is applicable to glass This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
hollowware intended for use in the preparation, dried rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) leaves in
cooking, serving and storage of food and beverages, cut form.
excluding glass ceramic ware, glass flatware, and all 429. US ISO 11165:1995, Dried sage (Salvia officinalis
articles used in food manufacturing industries or those L.) — Specification
in which food is sold This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
422. US ISO 7540:2006, Ground paprika (Capsicum dried sage (Salvia officinalis L.) in the form of whole
annuum L.) — Specification or cut leaves.

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430. US ISO 11178:1995, Star anise (Illicium verum
Hook. f.) – Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the
dried fruits of the star anise tree (Illicium verum Hook.
f.).
431. US ISO 21469:2006, Safety of machinery —
Lubricants with incidental product contact —
Hygiene requirements
This Uganda Standard specifies hygiene requirements
for the formulation, manufacture, use and handling of
lubricants which, during manufacture and processing,
can come into incidental contact (e.g. through heat
transfer, load transmission, lubrication or the corrosion
protection of machinery) with products and packaging
used in the food, food-processing, cosmetics,
pharmaceutical, tobacco or animal-feeding-stuffs
industries.

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This part 1 of the standard specifies requirements for

ELECTROTECHNOLOGY PR ODUCTS plain flexible conduits, made of PVC material or any


other suitable material.
432. US 150:2000 Specifications for fluorescent lights
437. US 261-2:2000/EAS 179 Specification for PVC
for use in photovoltaic systems
conduits for electric wiring. Part 2: Corrugated
This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum
conduits
requirements for fluorescent tube lights powered with
This part 2 of the standard specifies requirements for
direct current (dc) inverter ballasts for use in
flexible corrugated conduits of insulating materials
photovoltaic systems.
438. US 369-3: 2001 Batteries - Part 3: General
433. US EAS 168:2014, Junction boxes for use in
information - Definitions, abbreviations and
electrical installations — Specification (2nd
symbols.
Edition)
This part of US 369 details the definitions,
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
abbreviations, symbols and formulae used throughout
methods of sampling and test for junction boxes of
the other parts of the standard
surface or flush mounting types for use in fixed wiring
439. US EAS 372-2:2005 Specifications for
installations. This standard applies to junction boxes
telecommunications installations – Part 2:
used in a.c. and d.c. circuits where the rated voltage
Telecommunications pathways and spaces for
does not exceed 250 V and where the conductors are
commercial buildings
not subject to mechanical tension in normal use. It
This standard is limited to the telecommunications
covers junction boxes having fixed terminals with
aspects of commercial building design and
capacity for cable conductors up to 10 mm2. It does
construction, encompassing telecommunications
not apply to junction boxes for use in conditions
considerations both within and between buildings.
where special protection against the ingress of dust or
Telecommunications aspects in this context generally
moisture is required.
means the pathways into which telecommunications
434. US EAS 203:2014, Boxes for enclosure of
media are placed, and the rooms and areas associated
electrical accessories — Specification (2nd Edition)
with the building used to terminate cabling and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
accommodate associated telecommunications
methods of test for boxes intended to contain one or
equipment.
more electrical accessories and to be recessed into a
440. US EAS 372-3:2005 Specification for
wall, ceiling or similar flat-surfaced structure.
telecommunications installations – Part 3:
435. US EAS 205:2014, Controls for heating units in
Integrated telecommunications cabling systems
household electric ranges — Specification (2nd
for small office residential premises
Edition)
This standard covers telecommunications wiring
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
systems installed within an individual building with
test methods for control units for household electric
residential (single, multi-unit or home office) and light
ranges. It applies to multi-heat switches, energy
commercial (small office, manufacturing, store, retail,
regulators and thermostats including those for ovens,
etc.) end use. It does not apply to caravan parks or
hotplates and rotisseries.
marinas. Installation of basic telephone services not
436. US 261-1:2000/ EAS178 Specification for PVC
intended for advanced applications or integrated
conduits for electric wiring. Part 1: Plain flexible
services is not the subject of this Standard.
441. US EAS 373:2005 External TV aerials in the
frequency range 30MHz – 1GHz – Specification

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This standard specifies the performance requirements This Uganda Standard is applicable to cables for
and methods of measurement of fixed receiving inside installations, intended for the interconnection of
aerials, for domestic use, in the frequency range of transmission equipment; telecommunications
30MHz to 1GHz. equipment; and equipment for data processing.
442. US EAS 375-5:2005 Low – voltage switchgear and 446. US EAS 498-3:2008, Low-frequency cables and
control gear assemblies – Part 5: Particular wires with PVC insulation and PVC sheath —
requirements for assemblies intended to be Part 3: Equipment wires with solid or stranded
installed outdoors in public places – cable conductor wires, PVC insulated, in
distribution cabinets (CDCs) for power singles, pairs and triples
distribution in networks This Uganda Standard is applicable to equipment
This standard gives supplementary requirements for wires with solid or stranded conductor, polyvinyl
cable distribution cabinets (CDCs), which are chloride (PVC) insulated, in singles, pairs and triples
stationary, type-tested assemblies (TTA) for outdoor to be used for internal wiring of telecommunication
installation in places which are exposed to the public, equipment, industrial and consumer electronic
but where only skilled persons have access for their equipment.
use. They are for use in public three-phase systems. 447. US EAS 507:2008, Aluminium-magnesium-silicon
443. US EAS 376-1:2005 Safety of machinery – alloy wire for overhead line conductors
Electrical equipment of machines – Part 1: This Uganda Standard is applicable to aluminium-
General requirements magnesium-silicon alloy wires of two types having
This part of US EAS 376 applies to the application of different mechanical and electrical properties for the
electrical, electronic and programmable electronic manufacture of stranded conductors for overhead
equipment and systems to machines not portable by power transmission purposes. It specifies the
hand while working, including a group of machines mechanical and electrical properties of wires in the
working together in a co-ordinated manner. diameter range 1.50 mm to 4.50 mm.
444. US EAS 497:2008, Colours of the cores of flexible 448. US EAS 512:2008, Thermal-resistant aluminium
cables and cords alloy wire for overhead line conductor
This Uganda Standard applies to flexible cables and This Uganda Standard is applicable to thermal-
cords with not more than five cores. The object of this resistant aluminium alloy wires before stranding for
standard is to establish standard colour identification manufacture of stranded conductors for overhead
for the earthing core in flexible cables and cords. The lines. It specifies the mechanical, electrical and
introduction of the same identification code in all thermal resistant properties of wires in the diameter
countries would remove the risk of accidents due to range commercially available.
connecting plugs to flexible cables or cords attached to 449. US EAS 513:2008, Overhead electrical conductors
imported appliances. This risk may occur where the — Formed wire, concentric lay, stranded
colour standardized for the identification of the conductors
earthing core in the country of import is different from This Uganda Standard specifies the electrical and
that standardized in the country of export. mechanical characteristics of
445. US EAS 498-2:2008, Low-frequency cables and a) concentric lay, overhead conductors of wires
wires with PVC insulation and PVC sheath — formed or shaped before, during or after.
Part 2: Cables in pairs, triples, quads and b) stranding, made of combinations of any of the
quintuples for inside installations following metal wires:
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d) hard aluminium as per IEC 60889 designated 454. US 605:1995 Standard Specification for
A1F wire shaped before stranding; conductors in insulated cables and cords
e) hard aluminium alloy as per IEC 60104 This standard specifies the nominal cross-sectional
designated A2 or A3; areas and requirements, including numbers and sizes
f) hard aluminium alloy as per IEC 60104 of wires and resistance values, for conductors in
designated A2F or A3F shaped before stranding; electric cables and cords of a wide range of types.
g) regular strength steel, designated S1A or S1B, These conductors include solid and stranded copper
where A and B are zinc coating classes, and aluminium conductors in cables for fixed
h) corresponding respectively to classes 1 and 2; installations and flexible copper conductors
i) high strength steel, designated S2A or S2B; 455. US 611:1995 Standard specification for
ii) extra high strength steel, designated S3A; aluminium stranded conductors and aluminium
iii) aluminium clad steel, designated SA. stranded conductors, steel-reinforced for
450. US 601:1995 Standard specification for PVC - overhead power transmission Aluminium
Insulated cables for electricity supplies stranded conductors
This standard specifies requirements and dimensions This standard applies to aluminium stranded
for PVC-insulated cables for operation at nominal conductors for overhead power transmission
voltages up to and including 1900 V to armour or 456. US 695:2006 Fluorescent lamps for general
earth and 3300 V between conductors. Covers cables lighting
intended for general use where the combination of the This standard specifies requirements for tubular hot
ambient temperature and temperature rise due to the cathode fluorescent lamps for general lighting service,
loading current results in a conductor temperature not for operation with or without starters, at room
exceeding 70 degree C. temperature of 10 °C to 40 °C.
451. US 602:1995 Standard specification for PVC - 457. US ISO 764:2002, Horology — Magnetic resistant
Insulated cables (non armoured) for electric watches
power and lighting This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum
This standard specifies requirements and dimensions requirements and test methods for magnetic resistant
for non-armoured Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) watches. It is based on the simulation of an accidental
insulated cables for fixed installations and for exposure of a watch to a direct current magnetic field
operation at voltages up to and including 450 V to of 4 800 A/m. Annex A deals with watches designated
earth and 750 V a.c. between conductors. as magnetic resistant with an additional indication of
452. US 603:1995 Standard specification for Electro intensity of a magnetic field exceeding 4 800 A/m.
technical, power, telecommunication, electronics, 458. US EAS 811-1: 2014, Code of practice for safety of
lighting and colour terms. Terms particular to electrical installations — Part 1: General
power engineering - Electric cable terminology This Uganda Standard specifies the terms and
This standard is for the purpose of clarification of definitions, symbols and methods of earthing of
terms used in all standards pertaining to electric cables electrical supply, communication facilities and
and wires. associated equipment. It applies to all new and
453. US 604:1995 Standard specification for PVC existing installations and extensions. This standard
insulation and sheath of electric cables does not cover the earthed return of electric railways
This standard specifies the physical and electrical nor those lightning protection wires that are normally
requirements for the types of PVC insulation and independent of supply or communication wires or
sheath of electric cables. equipment.

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459. US EAS 811-2:2014, Code of practice for safety of electric supply lines, communication lines and
electrical installations — Part 2: Installation and equipment
maintenance of electric supply stations and This Uganda Standard specifies the practical work
equipment requirements to be followed during installation,
This Uganda Standard specifies the safety operation and maintenance of electric supply and
requirements for installations, operations and communications lines and equipment as a means of
maintenance of electric supply stations. It also safeguarding employees and the public from injury.
provides safety guidelines to personnel involved in 463. US 819:2008, General labeling of electrical
electric supply stations and their associated structural appliances — Instructions for use
arrangements that are accessible only to qualified This standard establishes the principles of, and gives
personnel. recommendations on the design and formulation of
460. US EAS 811-3:2014, Code of practice for safety of instructions for the use of consumer products with
electrical installations — Part 3 :Installation and specific reference to electrical appliances. It is
maintenance of overhead electric supply and intended for committees preparing standards for
communication lines consumer products, and product designers,
This Uganda Standard specifies safety requirements manufacturers, technical writers or other people
for installation and maintenance of overhead electric engaged in the work of conceiving and drafting such
supply and communication lines and their associated instructions. It also guides consumers and traders of
equipment. It prescribes the associated structural electrical items on the instructions used on these
arrangements of such systems and the extension of items.
such systems into buildings. It includes requirements 464. US 854-1:2011, Thermal solar systems &
for spacing, clearances, and strength of construction. components — Solar collectors — Part 1: General
This part of US EAS 811 does not apply to requirements
installations in electric supply stations except as This Uganda Standards specifies requirements on
required by US EAS 811-1. durability (including mechanical strength), reliability
461. US EAS 811-4:2014, Code of practice for safety of and safety for liquid heating solar collectors. It also
electrical installations — Part 4: Installation and includes provisions for evaluation of conformity to
maintenance of underground electric supply and these requirements. It is not applicable to those
communication lines collectors in which thermal storage unit is an integral
This Uganda Standard specifies safety requirements part of the collector to such an extent that the
for the installation and maintenance of underground collection process cannot be separated from the
electric supply and communication lines. It prescribes storage process for purposes of making measurements
the associated structural arrangements and the of these two processes.
extension of such systems into buildings. It also 465. US 855-1:2011, Thermal solar systems &
covers the cables and equipment employed primarily components – Factory made solar systems –Part
for the utilization of electric power when such cables 1: General requirements
and equipment are used by the utility in the exercise of This Uganda Standard specifies requirements on
its function as a utility. This standard does not apply durability, reliability and safety for Factory Made
for installations in electric supply stations. thermal solar heating systems. The standard also
462. US EAS 811-5: 2014, Code of practice for safety of includes provisions for evaluation of conformity to
electrical installations — Part 5: Operation of these requirements. The requirements in this standard
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installation of these systems itself is not considered, purposes, for use in luminaires and with lamp ballasts
but requirements are given for the documentation for connected to a 240 V 50 Hz single phase or similar
the installer and the user which is delivered with the mains supply.
system. 470. US 903-2:2011, Double-capped fluorescent lamps
466. US 857-1: 2011, Custom built solar systems – Part — Performance specifications — Part 2:
1: General requirements Procedure for quantitative analysis of mercury
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements on present in fluorescent lamps
durability, reliability and safety of small and large This Uganda Standard outlines a procedure for
custom built solar heating systems with liquid heat quantitative analysis of mercury present in fluorescent
transfer medium for residential buildings and similar lamps that are used in general lighting service. The
applications. The standard contains also requirements testing method specifies the procedures that can be
on the design process of large custom built systems. used to determine accurately the mercury content in a
467. US 900-1:2011, Performance of household fluorescent lamp in which mercury is introduced as the
electrical appliances refrigerating appliances Part medium for discharge between the electrodes.
1: Energy labeling and minimum energy 471. US 904-1:2011, Performance of electrical lighting
performance standards requirements equipment-ballasts for fluorescent lamps — Part
This Uganda Standard specifies the energy labeling 1: Energy labeling and Minimum Energy
and Minimum Energy Performance Standard (MEPS) Performance Standards requirements
requirements for vapour compression refrigerating This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the
appliances that can be connected to mains power and classification of ballasts for a range of fluorescent
which are within the scope of US 900-2. Such lamp types according to their Energy Efficiency Index
refrigerating appliances that are used in the (EEI) and the form of labeling of the EEI, which is
commercial sector are included within the scope. generally shown on the ballast rating plate.
468. 292. US 902:2011, Self-ballasted lamps for 472. US 904-2:2011, Performance of electrical lighting
General Lighting Services (GLS) — Performance equipment — Ballasts for fluorescent Lamps —
requirements Part 2: Method of measurement to determine
This Uganda Standard specifies the performance energy consumption and performance of ballast-
requirements, together with the test methods and lamp circuits
conditions required to show compliance of tubular This Uganda Standard provides methods of
fluorescent and other gas-discharge lamps with measurement of ballast energy consumption and
integrated means for controlling starting and stable performance when used with their associated
operation (self-ballasted lamps), intended for domestic fluorescent lamp(s).
and similar general lighting purposes. 473. US 905-1:2011, Rotating electrical machines —
469. US 903-1:2011, Double-capped fluorescent lamps- General requirements — Part 1: Three phase cage
performance specifications — Part 1: Minimum induction motors — High efficiency and
Energy Performance Standard (MEPS) Minimum Energy Performance Standards
This Uganda Standard specifies Minimum Energy requirements
Performance Standard (MEPS) requirements for This Uganda Standard applies to three-phase cage
double-capped tubular fluorescent lamps with a induction motors with ratings from 0.73 kW and up to
nominal length of 550 mm to 1500 mm and having but not including 185 kW. The scope covers motors of
nominal lamp wattage of 16 watts or more. This rated voltages up to 1100 V a.c
standard covers lamps for general illumination

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474. US ISO 1413:1984, Horology — Shock resistant 477. US ISO 8528-3:2005, Reciprocating internal
watches combustion engine driven alternating current
This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum generating sets — Part 3: Alternating current
requirements for shock-resistant watches and generators for generating sets
describes the corresponding method of test. It is This Uganda Standard specifies the principal
intended to allow homologation testing of watches characteristics of Alternating Current (a.c.) generators
rather than the individual control of all watches of a under the control of their voltage regulators when used
production batch. Indeed, assuming that each watch in generating set applications. It supplements the
could comply with the minimum requirements without requirements of IEC 60034-1. This part of US ISO
apparent damage, readjustment could still be made 8528 applies to a.c. generators used in a.c. generating
necessary because the test can lead to an alteration of sets driven by reciprocating internal combustion (RIC)
the initial rate of a watch. This standard is based on engines for land and marine use, excluding generating
the simulation of the shock received by a watch on sets used on aircraft or to propel land vehicles and
falling accidentally from a height of 1 m on to a locomotives. For some specific applications (e.g.
horizontal hardwood surface. essential hospital supplies, high-rise buildings),
475. US ISO 6425:1996, Divers’ watches supplementary requirements may be necessary. The
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test provisions of this part of US ISO 8528 should be
methods for divers’ watches and for divers’ watches regarded as the basis for establishing any
for use in deep diving. supplementary requirements. For a.c. generating sets
476. US ISO 8528-2:2005, Reciprocating internal driven by other reciprocating-type prime movers (e.g.
combustion engine driven alternating current steam engines) the provisions of this part of US ISO
generating sets — Part 2: Engines 8528 should be used as a basis for establishing these
This Uganda Standard specifies the principal requirements.
characteristics of a Reciprocating Internal Combustion 478. US ISO 8528-4:2005, Reciprocating internal
(RIC) engine when used for alternating current (a.c.) combustion engine driven alternating current
generating set applications. It applies to RIC engines generating sets — Part 4: Control gear and
for a.c. generating sets for land and marine use, switchgear
excluding generating sets used on aircraft or to propel This Uganda Standard specifies the criteria for control
land vehicles and locomotives. For some specific gear and switchgear for generating sets with
applications (e.g. essential hospital supplies, high rise reciprocating internal combustion engines. It applies
buildings), supplementary requirements may be to Alternating Current (a.c.) generating sets driven by
necessary. The provisions of this part of ISO 8528 Reciprocating Internal Combustion (RIC) engines for
should be regarded as the basis for establishing any land and marine use excluding generating sets used on
supplementary requirements. The terms which define aircraft or to propel land vehicles and locomotives.
the speed governing and speed characteristics of RIC For some specific applications (e.g. essential hospital
engines are listed and explained where they apply supplies and high-rise buildings), supplementary
specifically to the use of the engine for driving a.c. requirements may be necessary. The provisions of this
generators. For other reciprocating-type prime movers part of US ISO 8528 should be regarded as a basis for
(e.g. steam engines), the provisions of this part of US establishing any supplementary requirements. For
ISO 8528 should be used as a basis for establishing generating sets driven by other prime movers (e.g.
these requirements. steam engines), this part of US ISO 8528 should be
regarded as a basis for establishing these requirements.

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479. US ISO 8528-5:2013, Reciprocating internal generating sets — Part 12: Emergency power
combustion engine driven alternating current supply to safety services
generating sets — Part 5: Generating sets This Uganda Standard applies to generating sets
This Uganda Standard defines terms and specifies driven by reciprocating internal-combustion (RIC)
design and performance criteria arising out of the engines for emergency power supply to safety
combination of a Reciprocating Internal Combustion services. It applies, for example, to safety equipment
(RIC) engine and an Alternating Current (a.c.) in hospitals, high-rise buildings, public gathering
generator when operating as a unit. It applies to a.c. places etc. This part of US ISO 8528 establishes the
generating sets driven by RIC engines for land and special requirements for the performance, design and
marine use, excluding generating sets used on aircraft maintenance of power generators used in the
or to propel land vehicles and locomotives. For some applications referred to above and taking into account
specific applications (e.g. essential hospital supplies the provisions of US ISO 8528-1 to US ISO 8528-6
and high-rise buildings) supplementary requirements and US ISO 8528-10.
can be necessary. The provisions of this part of US 482. US ISO 8528-13:2016, Reciprocating internal
ISO 8528 are a basis for establishing any combustion engine driven alternating current
supplementary requirements. For generating sets generating sets — Part 13: Safety
driven by other reciprocating-type prime movers (e.g. This Uganda Standard specifies the safety
steam engines), the provisions of this part of US ISO requirements for reciprocating internal combustion
8528 can be used as a basis for establishing these (RIC) engine driven generating sets up to 1 000 V
requirements. consisting of an RIC engine, an alternating current
480. US ISO 8528-7:1994, Reciprocating internal (AC) generator including the additional equipment
combustion engine driven alternating current required for operating, e.g. controlgear, switchgear,
generating sets — Part 7: Technical declarations auxiliary equipment. It is applicable to generating sets
for specification and design for land and marine use (domestic, recreational and
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and industrial application). It is not applicable to
parameters for the specification and design of a generating sets used on board of seagoing vessels and
reciprocating internal combustion (RIC) engine driven mobile offshore units as well as on aircraft or to propel
generating set, with reference to the definitions given road vehicles and locomotives. The special
in US ISO 8528-1 to US ISO 8528-6. lt applies to requirements needed to cover operation in potentially
alternating current (a.c.) generating sets driven by RIC explosive atmospheres are not covered in this part of
engines for land and marine use, excluding generating US ISO 8528. The hazards relevant to RIC engine
sets used on aircraft or to propel land vehicles and driven generating sets are identified in Annex A. This
locomotives. For some specific applications (for part of US ISO 8528 deals with the special
example, essential hospital supplies, high-rise requirements of test and safety design which should be
buildings, etc.) supplementary requirements may be observed in addition to the definitions and
necessary. The provisions of this part of US ISO 8528 requirements in US ISO 8528-1, US ISO 8528-2, US
should be regarded as a basis. For other reciprocating- ISO 8528-3, US ISO 8528-4, US ISO 8528-5 and US
type Prime movers (e.g. sewage gas engines, steam ISO 8528-6, where applicable. It specifies safety
engines), the provisions of this part of US ISO 8528 requirements in order to protect the user from danger.
should be used as a basis. 483. US ISO 22810:2010, Horology — Water-resistant
481. US ISO 8528-12:1997, Reciprocating internal watches
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This Uganda Standard establishes the requirements 488. US IEC 60064:2005, Tungsten filament lamps for
and specifies the test methods used to verify the water domestic and similar general lighting purposes —
resistance of watches. Moreover, it indicates the Performance requirements
marking which the manufacturer is authorized to apply This Uganda Standard applies to tungsten filament
to them. Divers' watches, specified as such, are incandescent lamps for general lighting service (GLS)
covered by US ISO 6425 which establishes special which comply with the safety requirements in IEC
requirements. 432-1 and having: rated wattage of 25 W to 200 W,
484. US IEC 60034 – 1:2004 Rotating electrical inclusive; rated voltage 100 V to 250 V, including
machines – Part 1: Rating and Performance marked voltage range not exceeding ± 2.5 % of the
This standard is applicable to all rotating electrical mean voltage; bulbs of the A or PS shapes; bulbs with
machines except those covered by other IEC standards clear, frosted or equivalently coated finishes.
– for example, IEC 60349. Machines within the scope This standard states the performance requirements for
of this standard may also be subject to superseding, lamps, including test methods and means of
modifying or additional requirements in other confirming compliance with the requirements
485. US IEC 60061-1:2007, Lamp caps and holders 489. US IEC 60065:2005 Audio, video and similar
together with gauges for the control of electronic apparatus – Safety requirements
interchangeability and safety – Part 1: Lamp caps This standard applies to receiving apparatus for sound
This Uganda Standard contains the recommendations or vision, amplifiers, load and source transducers,
of the IEC in regard to lamp caps and holders in motor-driven apparatus (radio-gramophones, tape
general use, together with relevant gauges, with the recorders and sound-film projectors, etc.) which are to
object of securing international interchangeability. be connected to the mains, directly or indirectly, and
486. US IEC 60061-2:2007,Lamp caps and holders which are intended for domestic and similar indoor
together with gauges for the control of use. Gives a safety and classification terminology
interchangeability and safety – Part 2: Lamp based on IEC 60536. Specifies requirements for
holders marking, insulation, components, electrical
This standard contains the recommendations of the connections and fixings, protection against ionizing
IEC in regard to lamp caps and holders in general use, radiation, resistance to heating, mechanical strength
together with relevant gauges, with the object of and stability, etc., as well as a requirement for splash-
securing international interchangeability. proof mains operated electronic equipment. Does not
487. US IEC 60061-3:2003 Lamp caps and holders apply to apparatus designed for rated supply voltage
together with gauges for the control of exceeding 433 V (r.m.s.) between phases in the case of
interchangeability and safety – Part 3: Gauges three-phase supply and 250 V (r.m.s.) in all other
This standard is based on the third edition (1969) and cases. Has the status of a group safety publication in
its supplements A(1970), B(1971), C(1971), D(1972), accordance with IEC Guide 104.
E(1972), F(1975), G(1977), H(1980), J(1983), 490. US IEC 60076-1:2011, Power transformers —
K(1987), L(1989), M(1992), N(1994), P(1994), Part 1: General
Q(1995), R(1996), S(1996), T(1996), U(1997) and This Uganda Standard applies to three-phase and
amendments 20(1998), 21(1999), 22(1999), 23(2000), single-phase power transformers (including auto-
24(2001), 25(2001), 26(2001), 27(2002), 28(2002), transformers) with the exception of certain categories
29(2002), 30(2003) and 31(2003). of small and special transformers such as: single-phase
transformers with rated power less than 1 kVA and
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transformers, which have no windings with rated transformers as defined in the scope of US IEC 60076-
voltage higher than 1 000 V; instrument transformers; 1. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US
amongst others. (This Uganda Standard cancels and EAS 371-5:2005, Specification for power transformers
replaces US EAS 371-1:2005, Specification for power — Part 5: Ability to withstand short circuit, which has
transformers — Part 1: General requirements, which been technically revised).
has been technically revised). 494. US IEC 60081:2002 Double – capped fluorescent
491. US IEC 60076-2:2011, Power transformers — lamps — Performance specifications
Part 2: Temperature rise for liquid-immersed This standard specifies the performance requirements
transformers for double-capped fluorescent lamps general lighting
This Uganda Standard applies to liquid-immersed service. The requirements of this standard relate only
transformers, identifies power transformers according to type testing. Conditions of compliance, including
to their cooling methods, defines temperature rise methods of statistical assessment, are under
limits and gives the methods for temperature rise tests. consideration.
(This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US EAS 495. US IEC 60086-1: 2011, Primary batteries —
371-2:2005, Specification for power transformers — General
Part 2: Specification for temperature rise This Uganda Standard is intended to standardize
requirements, which has been technically revised). primary batteries with respect to dimensions,
492. US IEC 60076-3:2013, Power transformers — nomenclature, terminal configurations, markings, test
Part 3: Insulation levels, dielectric tests and methods, typical performance, safety and
external clearances in air environmental aspects. As a primary battery
This Uganda Standard applies to power transformers classification tool, electrochemical systems are also
as defined by and in the scope of US IEC 60076-1. It standardized with respect to system letter, electrodes,
gives details of the applicable dielectric tests and electrolyte, nominal and maximum open circuit
minimum dielectric test levels. Recommended voltage. This standard specifies test methods for
minimum external clearances in air between live parts testing primary cells and batteries. (This Uganda
and between live parts and earth are given for use Standard cancels and replaces US 481-1:2003,
when these clearances are not specified by the Primary batteries — Part 1: General, which has being
purchaser. (This Uganda Standard cancels and renumbered).
replaces US EAS 371-3:2005, Specification for power 496. US IEC 60086-2: 2011, Primary batteries — Part
transformers — Part 3: Insulation levels and 2: Physical and electrical specifications
dielectric tests, which has been technically revised). This Uganda Standard is applicable to primary
493. US IEC 60076-5:2006, Power transformers — batteries based on standardized electrochemical
Part 5: Ability to withstand short circuit systems. It specifies the physical dimensions and the
This Uganda Standard identifies the requirements for discharge test conditions and discharge performance
power transformers to sustain without damage the requirements. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
effects of overcurrent originated by external short replaces US 481-2:2003 Primary batteries — Part 2:
circuits. It describes the calculation procedures used to Physical and electrical specifications, which has been
demonstrate the thermal ability of a power transformer renumbered).
to withstand such over currents and both the special 497. US IEC 60086-3: 2011, Primary batteries — Part
test and the theoretical evaluation method used to 3: Watch batteries
demonstrate the ability to withstand the relevant This Uganda Standard specifies dimensions,
dynamic effects. The requirements apply to designation, methods of tests and requirements for

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primary batteries for watches. In several cases, a menu 501. US IEC 60095-2:2009, Lead-acid starter batteries
of test methods is given. When presenting battery — Part 2: Dimensions of batteries and dimensions
electrical characteristics and/or performance data, the and marking of terminals
manufacturer specifies which test method was used. This Uganda Standard is applicable to lead-acid
(This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 481- batteries used for starting, lighting and ignition of
3:2003 Primary batteries — Part 3: Watch batteries, passenger cars and light vehicles with a nominal
which has been renumbered). voltage of 12 V. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
498. US IEC 60086-4: 2007, Primary batteries — Part replaces US 369-2:2001, Batteries — Lead-acid
4: Safety of lithium batteries starter batteries — Part 2: Dimensions of batteries
This Uganda Standard specifies tests and requirements and dimensions and making of terminals, which has
for primary batteries to ensure their safe operation been technically revised).
under intended use and reasonably foreseeable misuse. 502. US IEC 60104:1987, Aluminium-magnesium-
(This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 481- silicon alloy wire for overhead line conductors
4:2003, Primary batteries — Part 4: Safety of lithium, This Uganda Standard is applicable to aluminium-
which has been renumbered). magnesium-silicon alloy wires of two types having
499. US IEC 60086-5: 2011, Primary batteries — Part different mechanical and electrical properties for the
5: Safety of batteries with aqueous electrolyte manufacture of stranded conductors for overhead
This Uganda Standard specifies tests and requirements power transmission purposes. It specifies the
for primary batteries with aqueous electrolyte to mechanical and electrical properties of wires in the
ensure their safe operation under intended use and diameter range 1.50 mm to 4.50 mm. The two types
reasonably foreseeable misuse. (This Uganda are designated Type A and Type B respectively. (This
Standard cancels and replaces US EAS 481-5:2003 Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US EAS
Primary batteries — Part 5: Safety of batteries with 507:2008, Aluminium-magnesium-silicon alloy wire
aqueous electrolyte, which has been renumbered). for overhead line conductors, which has been
500. US IEC 60095-1:2006, Lead-acid starter batteries republished).
— Part 1: General requirements and methods of 503. US IEC 60155:1993 Glow – starters for
test fluorescent lamps
This Uganda Standard is applicable to lead-acid This standard specifies interchangeable glow-starters
batteries with a nominal voltage of 12 V, used used with pre-heat type fluorescent lamps, hereafter
primarily as a power source for the starting of internal called “starters”.
combustion engines, lighting and for auxiliary 504. US IEC 60188:2001 High – pressure mercury
equipment of internal combustion engine vehicles. vapour lamps — Performance specifications
These batteries are commonly called "starter This standard specifies the performance requirements
batteries". This standard specifies general for high-pressure mercury vapour lamps for general
requirements; essential functional characteristics, lighting purposes, with or without a red correcting
relevant test methods and results required, for several fluorescent coating.
classes of starter batteries; according to the general 505. US IEC 60192:2001 Low – pressure sodium
type of application; and according to the type of vapour lamps — Performance specifications
product. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces This standard specifies the performance requirements
US 369-1:2001 Batteries — Lead acid starter for low-pressure sodium vapour lamps for general
batteries — Part 1: General requirements and lighting purposes.
methods of test, which has been technically revised.)

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506. US IEC 60227-1:2007, Polyvinyl chloride comply with the appropriate requirements given in US
insulated cables of rated voltages up to and IEC 60227-1 and the particular requirements of this
including 450/750 V — Part 1: General part. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US
requirements (2nd Edition) EAS 499-4:2008, Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables
This Uganda Standard applies to rigid and flexible of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V —
cables with insulation, and sheath if any, based on Part 4: Sheathed cables for fixed wiring and US IEC
polyvinyl chloride, of rated voltages Uo/U up to and 60227-4:2005 Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of
including 450/750 V used in power installations of rated voltages up to and including 450/750V — Part
nominal voltage not exceeding 450/750 V a.c. (This 4: Sheathed cables for fixed wiring, which has been
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US EAS 499- renumbered).
1:2008, Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated 509. US IEC 60227-5:2011, Polyvinyl chloride
voltages up to and including 450/750 V — Part 1: insulated cables of rated voltages up to and
General requirements and US IEC 60227-1:2005, including 450/750 V — Part 5: Flexible cables
Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated voltages (cords)
up to and including 450/750V — Part 1: General This Uganda Standard details the particular
requirements, which has been technically revised). specifications for polyvinyl chloride insulated flexible
507. US IEC 60227-3:1997, Polyvinyl chloride cables (cords), of rated voltages up to and including
insulated cables of rated voltages up to and 300/500 V. All cables comply with the appropriate
including 450/750 V — Part 3: Non-sheathed requirements given in IEC 60227-1 and each
cables for fixed wiring individual type of cable complies with the particular
This Uganda Standard details the particular requirements of this part. (This Uganda Standard
specifications for polyvinyl chloride insulated single- cancels and replaces US EAS 499-5:2008, Polyvinyl
core non-sheathed cables for fixed wiring of rated chloride insulated cables of rated voltages up to and
voltages up to and including 450/750V. All cables including 450/750 V — Part 5: Flexible cables
shall comply with the appropriate requirements given (cords), which has been renumbered).
in US IEC 60227-1 and the individual types of cables 510. US IEC 60227-6: 2001, Polyvinyl chloride
shall each comply with the particular requirements of insulated cables of rated voltages up to and
this part. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces including 450/750 V — Part 6: Lift cables and
US EAS 499-3:2008, Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables for flexible connections
cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V This Uganda Standard details the particular
— Part 3: Non-sheathed cables for fixed wiring and specifications for both circular and flat lift cables and
US IEC 60227-3:2005, Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables for flexible connections of rated voltages up to
cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V and including 450/750 V. Each cable complies with
— Part 3: Non-sheathed cables for fixed wiring, which the appropriate requirements given in US IEC 60227-
has been renumbered). 1, and with the particular requirements of this part of
508. US IEC 60227-4:1997, Polyvinyl chloride US IEC 60227. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
insulated cables of rated voltages up to and replaces US EAS 499-6:2008, Polyvinyl chloride
including 450/750 V — Part 4: Sheathed cables for insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including
fixed wiring 450/750 V — Part 6: Lift cables and cables for flexible
This Uganda Standard details the particular connections, which has been renumbered).
specification for light polyvinyl chloride sheathed 511. US IEC 60227-7:2012, Polyvinyl chloride
cables of rated voltage of 300/500 V. Each cable shall insulated cables of rated voltages up to and

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including 450/750 V — Part 7: Flexible cables supply. These lamp holders are not intended for retail
screened and unscreened with two or more sale.
conductors 514. US IEC 60245-1:2007, Rubber insulated cables —
This Uganda Standard details the particular Rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V —
specifications for polyvinyl chloride insulated, Part 1: General requirements
screened and unscreened control cables of rated This Uganda Standard applies to rigid and flexible
voltages up to and including 300/500 V. All cables cables with insulation, and sheath if any, based on
comply with the appropriate requirements given in US vulcanized rubber of rated voltages Uo/U up to and
IEC 60227-1 and each individual type of cable including 450/750 V used in power installations of
complies with the particular requirements of this part. nominal voltage not exceeding 450/750 V a.c. (This
(This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US EAS Uganda Standard cancels and replaces, US EAS 503-
499-7:2008, Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of 1:2008, Rubber insulated cables — rated voltages up
rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V — Part to and including 450/750 V — Part 1: General
7: Flexible cables screened and unscreened with two requirements, which has been republished).
or more conductors, which has been renumbered). 515. US IEC 60245-3:1994, Rubber insulated cables —
512. US IEC 60228:2004, Conductors of insulated Rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V —
cables Part 3: Heat resistant silicone insulated cables
This Uganda Standard specifies the nominal cross- This Uganda Standard details the particular
sectional areas, in the range 0.5 mm2 to 2 500 mm2, for specifications for silicone rubber insulated cables of
conductors in electric power cables and cords of a rated voltage of 300/500 V. Each cable should comply
wide range of types. Requirements for numbers and with the appropriate requirements given in IEC 245-1
sizes of wires and resistance values are also included. and the particular requirements of this part. (This
(This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces, US EAS Uganda Standard cancels and replaces, US EAS 503-
501:2008, Conductors of insulated cables, which has 3:2008, Rubber insulated cables — rated voltages up
been republished). to and including 450/750 V — Part 3: Heat resistant
513. US IEC 60238:2004, Edison screw lamp holders silicone insulated cables, which has been
This Uganda Standard applies to lampholders with republished).
Edison thread E14, E27 and E40, designed for 516. US IEC 60245-4:2011, Rubber insulated cables —
connection to the supply of lamps and semi-luminaires Rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V —
only. It also applies to switched-lamp holders for use Part 4: Cords and flexible cables
in a.c. circuits only, where the working voltage does This Uganda Standard details the particular
not exceed 250 V r.m.s. This standard also applies to specifications for rubber insulated and braided cords
lampholders with Edison thread E5 designed for and for rubber insulated and rubber or
connection to the supply mains of series connected polychloroprene or other equivalent synthetic
lamps, with a working voltage not exceeding 25 V, to elastomer sheathed cords and flexible cables of rated
be used indoors, and to lampholders with Edison voltages up to and including 450/750 V. (This Uganda
thread E10 designed for connection to the supply Standard cancels and replaces, US EAS 503-4:2008,
mains of series connected lamps, with a working Rubber insulated cables — rated voltages up to and
voltage not exceeding 60 V, to be used indoors or including 450/750 V — Part 4: Cords and flexible
outdoors. It also applies to lampholders E10 for cables, which has been republished).
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517. US IEC 60245-5:1994, Rubber insulated cables — covered cords of rated voltage 300/300 V, for use in
Rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V — applications where high flexibility is required, for
Part 5: Lift cables example iron cords. All cables should comply with the
This Uganda Standard details the particular appropriate requirements given in US IEC 60245-1
specifications for rubber insulated lift cables of rated and the individual types of cables should each comply
voltage of 300/500 V. (This Uganda Standard cancels with the particular requirements of this part. (This
and replaces, US EAS 503-5:2008, Rubber insulated Uganda Standard cancels and replaces, US EAS 503-
cables — rated voltages up to and including 450/750 8:2008, Rubber insulated cables — rated voltages up
V — Part 5: Lift cables, which has been republished) to and including 450/750 V — Part 8: Cords for
518. US IEC 60245-6:1994, Rubber insulated cables — applications requiring high flexibility, which has been
Rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V — republished).
Part 6: Arc welding electrode cables 521. US IEC 60282-1:2014, High-voltage fuses — Part
This Uganda Standard details the particular 1: Current-limiting fuses
specifications for rubber insulated arc welding This Uganda Standard applies to all types of high-
electrode cables. Each cable should comply with the voltage current-limiting fuses designed for use
appropriate requirements given in IEC 245-1 and the outdoors or indoors on alternating current systems of
particular requirements of this part. (This Uganda 50 Hz and 60 Hz and of rated voltages exceeding 1
Standard cancels and replaces, US EAS 503-6:2008 000 V. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces
Rubber insulated cables — rated voltages up to and US EAS 388-1:2005, High-voltage fuses — Part 1:
including 450/750 V — Part 6: Arc welding electrode Current-limiting fuses, which has been technically
cables, which has been republished). revised).
519. US IEC 60245-7:1994, Rubber insulated cables — 522. US IEC 60282-2:2008, High-voltage fuses — Part
Rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V — 2: Expulsion fuses
Part 7: Heat resistant ethylene-vinyl acetate This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
rubber insulated cables expulsion fuses designed for use outdoors or indoors
This Uganda Standard details the particular on alternating current systems of 50 Hz and 60 Hz,
specifications for ethylene-vinylacerate rubber and of rated voltages exceeding 1 000 V. This
insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including standard covers only the performance of fuses, each
450/750 V. Each cable should comply with the one comprising a specified combination of fuse-base,
appropriate requirements given in IEC 245-1 and the fuse-carrier and fuse-link which have been tested in
particular requirements of this part. (This Uganda accordance with this standard; successful performance
Standard cancels and replaces, US EAS 503-7:2008, of other combinations cannot be implied from this
Rubber insulated cables — rated voltages up to and standard. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces
including 450/750 V — Part 7: Heat resistant US EAS 388-2:2005, High-voltage fuses — Part 2:
ethylene-vinyl acetate rubber insulated cables, which Expulsion fuses, which has been technically revised).
has been republished). 523. US IEC 60335-1: 2010, Household and similar
520. US IEC 60245-8:2012, Rubber insulated cables — electrical appliances — Safety — Part 1: General
Rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V — requirements (2nd Edition)
Part 8: Cords for applications requiring high This Uganda Standard deals with the safety of
flexibility electrical appliances for household and similar
This Uganda Standard details the particular purposes, their rated voltage being not more than 250
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V for single phase appliances and 480 V for other 528. US IEC 60335-2-6: 2008, Household and similar
appliances. electrical appliances — Safety — Part 2-6:
524. US IEC 60335-2-2:2002 Household and similar Particular requirements for stationary cooking
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-2: ranges, hobs, ovens and similar appliances (2nd
Particular requirements for vacuum cleaners and Edition)
water-suction cleaning appliances This Uganda Standard deals with the safety of
This standard deals with the safety of electric vacuum stationary electric cooking ranges, hobs, ovens and
cleaners and water suction cleaning appliances for similar appliances for household use, their rated
household and similar purposes, including vacuum voltages being not more than 250 V for single phase
cleaners for animal grooming, their rated voltage appliances connected between phase and neutral, and
being not more than 250 V. It also applies to centrally- 480 V for other appliances.
sited vacuum cleaners. 529. US IEC 60335-2-7: 2012, Household and similar
525. US IEC 60335-2-3: 2012, Household and similar electrical appliances — Safety — Part 2-7:
electrical appliances — Safety — Part 2-3: Particular requirements for washing machines
Particular requirements for electric irons (2nd (2nd Edition)
Edition) This Uganda Standard deals with the safety of electric
This Uganda Standard deals with the safety of electric washing machines for household and similar use, that
dry irons and steam irons, including those with a are intended for washing clothes and textiles, their
separate water reservoir or boiler having a capacity not rated voltage being not being more than 250 V for
exceeding 5 L, for household and similar purposes, single phase appliances and 480 V for other
their rated voltage being not more than 250 V. appliances. This standard also deals with the safety of
Appliances not intended for normal household use, but electric washing machines for household and similar
which nevertheless may be a source of danger to the use employing an electrolyte instead of a detergent.
public, such as appliances intended to be used by 530. US IEC 60335-2-8:2002 Household and similar
laymen in shops, in light industry and on farms, are electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-8:
within the scope of this standard Particular requirements for shavers, hair clippers
526. US IEC 60335-2-4:2003 Household and similar and similar appliances
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-4: This standard deals with the safety of electric shavers,
Particular requirements for spin extractors hair clippers and similar appliances intended for
This standard deals with spin extractors incorporated household and similar purposes, their rated voltage
in washing machines that have separate containers for being not more than 250 V.
washing and spin extraction are within the scope of 531. US IEC 60335-2-9:2002 Household and similar
this standard. electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-9:
527. US IEC 60335-2-5:2003 Household and similar Particular requirements for grills, toasters and
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-5: similar portable cooking appliances
Particular requirements for electric dishwashers This standard deals with the safety of electric portable
This standard deals with the safety of electric appliances for household purposes that have a cooking
dishwashers for household use that are intended for function such as baking, roasting and grilling, their
washing and rinsing dishes, cutlery and other utensils, rated voltage being not more than 250 V.
their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for 532. US IEC 60335-2-10:2002 Household and similar
single-phase appliances and 480 V for other electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-10:
appliances.

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Particular requirements for floor treatment Particular requirements for appliances for heating
machines and wet scrubbing machines liquids
This standard deals with the safety of electric floor This standard deals with the safety of electrical
treatment and wet scrubbing machines intended for appliances for heating liquids for household and
household and similar purposes, their rated voltage similar purposes, their rated voltage being not more
being not more than 250 V. than 250 V.
533. US IEC 60335-2-11:2003 Household and similar 538. US IEC 60335-2-21: 2009, Household and similar
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-11: electrical appliances — Safety — Part 2-21:
Particular requirements for tumble dryers Particular requirements for storage water heaters
This standard deals with the safety of electric tumble (2nd Edition)
dryers intended for household and similar purposes, This Uganda Standard deals with the safety of storage
their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for water heaters for household and similar purposes and
single phase appliances and 480 V for other intended for heating water below boiling temperature,
appliances. their rated voltage being not being more than 250 V
534. US IEC 60335-2-12:2002 Household and similar for single phase appliances and 480 V for other
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-12: appliances. As far as is practicable, this standard deals
Particular requirements for warming plates and with the common hazards presented by appliances that
similar appliances are encountered by all persons in and around the
This standard deals with the safety of electric warming home.
plates, warming trays and similar appliances intended 539. US IEC 60335-2-23:2003 Household and similar
to keep food or vessels warm, for household and electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-23:
similar purposes, their rated voltage being not more Particular requirements for appliances for skin or
than 250 V. hair care
535. US IEC 60335-2-13:2004 Household and similar This standard deals with the safety of electric
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-13: appliances for the care of skin or hair of persons or
Particular requirements for deep fat fryers, frying animals and intended for household and similar
pans and similar appliances purposes, their rated voltage being not more than 250
This standard deals with the safety of electric deep fat V.
fryers having a recommended maximum quantity of 540. US IEC 60335-2-24: 2012, Household and similar
oil not exceeding 5 l, frying pans, woks and other electrical appliances — Safety — Part 2-24:
appliances in which oil is used for cooking, and Particular requirements for refrigerating
intended for household use only, their rated voltage appliances, ice-cream appliances and ice-makers
being not more than 250 V. (2nd Edition)
536. US IEC 60335-2-14:2002 Household and similar This Uganda Standard deals with the safety of
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-14: refrigerating appliances, ice-cream appliances and ice-
Particular requirements for kitchen machines makers, their rated voltage being not being more than
This standard deals with the safety of electric kitchen 250 V for single phase appliances, 480 V for other
machines for household and similar purposes, their appliances and 24 V d.c for appliances when battery
rated voltage being not more than 250 V. operated.
537. US IEC 60335-2-15:2003 Household and similar 541. US IEC 60335-2-25:2002 Household and similar
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-15: electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-25:

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Particular requirements for microwave ovens, 547. US IEC 60335-2-32:2002 Household and similar
including combination microwave ovens electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-32:
This standard deals with the safety of microwave Particular requirements for massage appliances
ovens for household use, their rated voltage being not This standard deals with the safety of electric massage
more than 250 V. appliances for household and similar purposes, their
542. US IEC 60335-2-26:2002 Household and similar rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-26: phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances.
Particular requirements for clocks 548. US IEC 60335-2-34:2002 Household and similar
This standard deals with the safety of electric clocks electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-34:
having a rated voltage not more than 250 V. Particular requirements for motor compressors
543. US IEC 60335-2-27:2004 Household and similar This standard deals with the safety of sealed (hermetic
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-27: and semi-hermetic type) motor-compressors, their
Particular requirements for appliances for skin protection and control systems, if any, which are
exposure to ultraviolet and infrared radiation intended for use in equipment for household and
This standard deals with the safety of electrical similar purposes and which conform with the
appliances incorporating emitters for exposing the skin standards applicable to such equipment. It applies to
to ultraviolet or infrared radiation, for household and motor-compressors tested separately, under the most
similar use, their rated voltage being not more than severe conditions that may be expected to occur in
250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other normal use, their rated voltage being not more than
appliances. 250 V for single-phase motor-compressors and 480 V
544. US IEC 60335-2-28:2002 Household and similar for other motor-compressors.
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-28: 549. US IEC 60335-2-35:2002 Household and similar
Particular requirements for sewing machines electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-35:
This standard deals with the safety of electric sewing Particular requirements for instantaneous water
machines for household and similar use, their rated heaters
voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase This standard deals with the safety of electric
appliances and 480 V for other appliances. instantaneous water heaters for household and similar
545. US IEC 60335-2-29:2004 Household and similar purposes and intended for heating water below boiling
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-29: temperature, their rated voltage being not more than
Particular requirements for battery chargers 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other
This standard deals with the safety of electric battery appliances.
chargers for household and similar use having an 550. US IEC 60335-2-36:2002 Household and similar
output at safety extra-low voltage, their rated voltage electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-36:
being not more than 250 V. Particular requirements for commercial electric
546. US IEC 60335-2-31:2002 Household and similar cooking range, ovens, hobs and hob elements
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-31: This standard deals with the safety of electrically
Particular requirements for range hoods operated commercial cooking and baking ranges,
This standard deals with the safety of electric range ovens, hobs, hob elements and similar appliances not
hoods intended for installing above household cooking intended for household use, their rated voltage being
ranges, hobs and similar cooking appliances, their not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances
rated voltage being not more than 250 V. connected between one phase and neutral and 480 V
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551. US IEC 60335-2-37:2002 Household and similar 555. US IEC 60335-2-41:2004 Household and similar
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-37: electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-41:
Particular requirements for commercial electric Particular requirements for pumps
deep fat fryers This standard deals with the safety of electric pumps
This standard deals with the safety of electrically for liquids having a temperature not exceeding 90 °C,
operated commercial deep fat fryers including intended for household and similar purposes, their
pressurized types not intended for household use, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-
rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single- phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances.
phase appliances connected between one phase and 556. US IEC 60335-2-42:2002 Household and similar
neutral and 480 V for other appliances. electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-42:
552. US IEC 60335-2-38:2002 Household and similar Particular requirements for commercial electric
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-38: forced convection ovens, steam cookers and
Particular requirements for commercial electric steam-convection ovens
griddles and griddle grills This standard deals with the safety of electrically
This standard deals with the safety of electrically operated commercial forced convection ovens, steam
operated commercial griddles and griddle grills not cookers, steam-convection ovens and, exclusive of any
intended for household use, their rated voltage being other use, steam generators, not intended for
not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances household use, their rated voltage being not more than
connected between one phase and neutral and 480 V 250 V for single-phase appliances connected between
for other appliances. one phase and neutral and 480 V for other appliances.
553. US IEC 60335-2-39:2002 Household and similar 557. US IEC 60335-2-44:2003 Household and similar
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-39: electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-44:
Particular requirements for commercial electric Particular requirements for ironers
multi-purpose cooking pans This standard deals with the safety of portable electric
This standard deals with the safety of electrically heating tools and similar appliances, their rated
operated commercial multipurpose cooking pans not voltage being not more than 250 V. Appliances not
intended for household use, their rated voltage being intended for normal household use, but which
not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances nevertheless may be a source of danger to the public,
connected between one phase and neutral and 480 V such as appliances intended to be used by laymen in
for other appliances. shops, in light industry and on farms, are within the
554. US IEC 60335-2-40:2002 Household and similar scope of this standard.
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-40: 558. US IEC 60335-2-45:2002 Household and similar
Particular requirements for electrical heat pumps, electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-45:
air- conditioners and dehumidifiers Particular requirements for portable heating tools
This standard deals with the safety of electric heat and similar appliances
pumps, including sanitary hot water heat pumps, air- This standard deals with the safety of electrically
conditioners, and dehumidifiers incorporating sealed operated commercial boiling pans not intended for
motor compressors, their maximum rated voltages household use, their rated voltage being not more than
being not more than 250 V for single phase appliances 250 V for single-phase appliances connected between
and 600 V for all other appliances. one phase and neutral, and 480 V for other appliances.
559. US IEC 60335-2-47:2002 Household and similar
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-47:

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Particular requirements for commercial electric This standard deals with the safety of electric
boiling pans stationary circulation pumps intended for use in
This standard deals with the safety of electrically heating systems or in service water systems, having a
operated commercial boiling pans not intended for rated power input not exceeding 300 W, their rated
household use, their rated voltage being not more than voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase
250 V for single-phase appliances connected between appliances and 480 V for other appliances.
one phase and neutral, and 480 V for other appliances. 564. US IEC 60335-2-53:2002 Household and similar
560. US IEC 60335-2-48:2002 Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-53:
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-48: Particular requirements for sauna heating
Particular requirements for commercial electric appliances
grillers and toasters This standard deals with the safety of electric sauna
This standard deals with the safety of electrically heating appliances having a rated power input not
operated commercial grillers and toasters not intended exceeding 20 kW, their rated voltage being not more
for household use, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for
than 250 V for single-phase appliances connected other appliances.
between one phase and neutral, and 480 V for other 565. US IEC 60335-2-54:2004 Household and similar
appliances. Rotary or continuous grillers and toasters electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-54:
and similar appliances intended for grilling by radiant Particular requirements for surface cleaning
heat such as rotisseries, salamanders, etc. are within appliances for household use employing liquids or
the scope of this standard. steam
561. US IEC 60335-2-49:2002 Household and similar This standard deals with the safety of electric cleaning
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-49: appliances for household use that are intended for
Particular requirements for commercial electric cleaning surfaces such as windows, walls and empty
hot cupboards swimming pools by using liquid cleansing agents or
This standard deals with the safety of electrically steam, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V.
operated commercial hot cupboards not intended for It also covers wallpaper strippers.
household use, their rated voltage being not more than 566. US IEC 60335-2-56:2002 Household and similar
250 V for single-phase appliances connected between electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-56:
one phase and neutral, and 480 V for other appliances. Particular requirements for projectors and
562. US IEC 60335-2-50:2002 Household and similar similar appliances
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-50: This standard deals with the safety of electric
Particular requirements for commercial electric projectors and similar appliances for household and
bains-marie similar purposes, their rated voltage being not more
This standard deals with the safety of electrically than 250 V.
operated commercial bains-marie not intended for 567. US IEC 60335-2-58:2002 Household and similar
household use, their rated voltage being not more than electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-58:
250 V for single-phase appliances connected between Particular requirements for commercial electric
one phase and neutral, and 480 V for other appliances. dishwashing machines
563. US IEC 60335-2-51:2002 Household and similar This standard deals with the safety of electrically
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-51: operated dishwashing machines for washing plates,
Particular requirements for stationary circulation dishes, glassware, cutlery and similar articles, with or
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intended for household use, their rated voltage being cleaners, including power brush, for industrial
not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and commercial use
connected between one phase and neutral and 480 V This standard deals with the safety of electrical motor-
for other appliances. operated vacuum cleaners and includes appliances and
568. US IEC 60335-2-59:2002 Household and similar stationary equipment specifically designed for wet
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-59: suction, dry suction, or wet and dry suction for
Particular requirements for insect killers industrial and commercial use with or without
This standard deals with the safety of electric insect attachments, for example for suction to withdraw dust
killers for household and similar purposes, their rated or the like from work benches and production
voltage being not more than 250 V. Appliances not machines, their rated voltage being not more than 250
intended for normal household use but that V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other
nevertheless may be a source of danger to the public, appliances.
such as appliances intended to be used by laymen in 572. US IEC 60335-2-70:2004 Household and similar
shops, in light industry and on farms, are within the electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-70:
scope of this standard. Particular requirements for milking machines
569. US IEC 60335-2-64:2003 Household and similar This standard deals with the safety of milking
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-64: machines, to be used in stalls and in the open, that are
Particular requirements for commercial electric designed for milking farm animals, such as cows, the
kitchen machines rated voltage of the milking machine being not more
This standard deals with the safety of electrically than 250 V for single-phase operation and 480 V for
operated commercial kitchen machines not intended other operations.
for household use, their rated voltage being not more 573. US IEC 60335-2-71:2002 Household and similar
than 250 V for single phase appliances connected electrical appliances – Safety – Part 271:
between one phase and neutral, and 480 V for other Particular requirements for electrical heating
appliances. appliances for breeding and rearing animals
570. US IEC 60335-2-67:2002 Household and similar This standard deals with the safety of all kinds of
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-67: electrical heating appliances used for livestock rearing
Particular requirements for floor treatment and and breeding, such as: heat-radiating appliances,
floor cleaning machines, for industrial and electrical sitting-hens, incubators, chicken breeding
commercial use units and heating plates for animals, the rated voltage
This standard deals with the safety of electric motor- of the appliances being not more than 250 V for
operated appliances primarily designed for industrial single-phase appliances and 480 V for other
and commercial use, with or without attachments, appliances.
including appliances incorporating wet and/or dry 574. US IEC 60335-2-73:2002 Household and similar
suction, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-73:
for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other Particular requirements for fixed immersion
appliances. Such appliances may be used for floor heaters
polishing (including waxing and buffing), scrubbing This standard deals with the safety of fixed electric
and grinding, scarifying and carpet shampooing. immersion heaters for household and similar purposes
571. US IEC 60335-2-69:2002 Household and similar that are intended for installation in a water tank for
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-69: heating water to a temperature below its boiling point.
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The rated voltage is not more than 250 V for single- shops, in light industry and on farms, are within the
phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. scope of this standard.
575. US IEC 60335-2-74:2003 Household and similar 579. US IEC 60335-2-80: 2008, Household and similar
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-74: electrical appliances — Safety — Part 2-80:
Particular requirements for portable immersion Particular requirements for fans (2nd Edition)
heaters This Uganda Standard deals with the safety of electric
This standard deals with the safety of portable electric fans for household and similar purposes, their rated
immersion heaters for household and similar purposes, voltage being not more than 250 V for single phase
their rated voltage being not more than 250 V. appliances and 480 V for other appliances.
Appliances not intended for normal household use but 580. US IEC 60335-2-82:2002 Household and similar
which nevertheless may be a source of danger to the electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-82:
public, such as appliances intended to be used by Particular requirements for amusement machines
laymen in shops, in light industry and on farms, are and personal service machines
within the scope of this standard. This standard deals with the safety of electric
576. US IEC 60335-2-76:2002 Household and similar commercial amusement machines and personal service
electrical appliances – Safety – Part2-76: machines, their rated voltage being not more than 250
Particular requirements for electric fence V for single phase appliances and 480 V for other
energizers appliances.
This standard deals with the safety of electric fence 581. US IEC 60335-2-89:2002 Household and similar
energizers, the rated voltage of which is not more than electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-89:
250 V and by means of which fence wires in Particular requirements for commercial
agricultural, feral animal control and security fences refrigerating appliances with an incorporated or
may be electrified or monitored. remote refrigerant condensing unit or compressor
577. US IEC 60335-2-77:2002 Safety of household and This standard specifies safety requirements for
similar electrical appliances – Part 2-77: electrically operated commercial refrigerating
Particular requirements for pedestrian controlled appliances that have an incorporated compressor or
mains-operated lawnmowers that are supplied in two units for assembly as a single
This standard deals with the safety of pedestrian appliance in accordance with the manufacturer’s
controlled mains-operated electrical, cylinder or rotary instructions (split system).
lawnmowers designed primarily for use around the 582. US IEC 60335-2-90:2002 Household and similar
home or for similar purposes, their rated voltage being electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-90:
not more than 250 V single phase. Particular requirements for commercial
578. US IEC 60335-2-78:2002 Household and similar microwave ovens
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-78: This standard deals with the safety of microwave
Particular requirements for outdoor barbecues ovens intended for commercial use, their rated voltage
This standard deals with the safety of outdoor being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances
barbecues for household and similar use, their rated connected between one phase and neutral and 480 V
voltage being not more than 250 V. Appliances not for other appliances. Appliances covered by this
intended for normal household use but that standard incorporate a door for user access to the
nevertheless may be a source of danger to the public, cavity.
such as appliances intended to be used by laymen in 583. US IEC 60335-2-91:2002 Household and similar
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-91:

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Particular requirements for walk behind and Particular requirements for multifunctional
hand-held lawn trimmers and lawn hedge shower cabinets
trimmers This standard deals with the safety of electric
This standard deals with the safety of microwave multifunctional shower cabinets for household and
ovens intended for commercial use, their rated voltage similar purposes, their rated voltage being not more
being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances than 250 V for single phase appliances and 480 V for
connected between one phase and neutral and 480 V other appliances. Appliances not intended for normal
for other appliances. Appliances covered by this household use but which nevertheless may be a source
standard incorporate a door for user access to the of danger to the public, such as appliances intended to
cavity. be used by laymen in hotels, fitness centers and
584. US IEC 60335-2-103:2003 Household and similar similar locations, are within the scope of this standard.
electrical appliances – Safety – Part 2-103: 587. US IEC 60400:1999 Lamp holders for tubular
Particular requirements for drives for gates, doors fluorescent lamps and starter holders
and windows This standard states the technical and dimensional
This standard deals with the safety of gas, oil and requirements for lamp holders for tubular fluorescent
solid-fuel burning appliances having electrical lamps and for starter-holders, and the methods of test
connections, for household and similar purposes, their to be used in determining the safety and the fit of the
rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single- lamps in the lamp holders and the starters in the starter
phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. This holders.
Standard deals with the safety of electric drives for 588. US IEC 60432-1:1999+AMD1:2005+AMD2:2011,
horizontally and vertically moving gates, doors and Incandescent lamps — Safety specifications —
windows for household and similar purposes, their Part 1: Tungsten filament lamps for domestic and
rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single- similar general lighting purposes
phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. It This Uganda Standard specifies the safety and
also covers the hazards associated with the movement interchangeability requirements of tungsten filament
of the driven part. This standard covers the electrical incandescent lamps for general lighting service. (This
safety and some other safety aspects of these Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 254:2000,
appliances. Specification for tungsten filament lamps for general
585. US IEC 60335-2-104:2004 Household and similar lighting service, which has been republished).
electrical appliances – Part 2-104: Particular 589. US IEC 60502-1:2009, Power cables with extruded
requirements for appliances to recover and/or insulation and their accessories for rated voltages
recycle refrigerant from air conditioning and from 1 kV (Um = 1,2 kV) up to 30 kV (Um = 36
refrigeration equipment kV) - Part 1: Cables for rated voltages of 1 kV
This standard applies to appliances not intended for (Um = 1,2 kV) and 3 kV (Um = 3,6 kV)
normal household use but which nevertheless may be This Uganda Standard specifies the construction,
a source of danger to the public, such as appliances dimensions and test requirements of power cables with
intended to be used by laymen in shops, offices, extruded solid insulation for rated voltages of 1 kV
hotels, restaurants, hospitals, in industry and on farms, (Um = 1,2 kV) and 3 kV (Um = 3,6 kV) for fixed
are within the scope of this standard. installations such as distribution networks or industrial
586. US IEC 60335-2-105:2004 Household and similar installations. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
electrical appliances - Safety - Part 2-105: replaces, US EAS 506-1:2008, Power cables with
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voltages from 1 kV (Um = 1.2 kV) up to 30 kV (Um = exceeding 440 V and a rated current not exceeding 63
36 kV) — Part 1: Cables for rated voltages of 1 kV A, intended for household and similar fixed electrical
(Um = 1.2 kV) and 3 kV (Um = 3.6 kV), which has installations, either indoors or outdoors.
been republished). 593. US IEC 60669-2-1:2002 Switches for household
590. US IEC 60502-2:2014, Power cables with extruded and similar fixed electrical installations – Part 2-1:
insulation and their accessories for rated voltages Particular requirements - Electronic switches
from 1 kV (Um = 1,2 kV) up to 30 kV (Um = 36 kV) This standard applies to manually operated general
– Part 2: Cables for rated voltages from 6 kV (Um purpose switches for a.c. only, with a rated voltage not
= 7,2 kV) up to 30 kV (Um = 36 kV) exceeding 440 V and a rated current not exceeding 63
This Uganda Standard specifies the construction, A.
dimensions and test requirements of power cables with 594. US IEC 60669-2-2:2002 Switches for household
extruded solid insulation from 6 kV up to 30 kV for and similar fixed electrical installations – Part 2:
fixed installations such as distribution networks or Particular requirements – Section 2: Remote-
industrial installations. (This Uganda Standard control switches (RCS)
cancels and replaces, US EAS 506-2:2008, Power This standard applies to electronic switches and to
cables with extruded insulation and their accessories associated electronic extension units for household
for rated voltages from 1 kV (Um = 1.2 kV) up to 30 and similar fixed electrical installations either indoors
kV (Um = 36 kV) — Part 2: Cables for rated voltages or outdoors.
from 6 kV (Um = 7.2 kV) up to 30 kV (Um = 36 kV), 595. US IEC 60669-2-3:1997 Switches for household
which has been republished) and similar fixed electrical installations – Part 2-3:
591. US IEC 60502-4:2010, Power cables with extruded Particular requirements – Time-delay switches
insulation and their accessories for rated voltages (TDS)
from 1 kV (Um = 1,2 kV) up to 30 kV (Um = 36 kV) This standard applies to remote-control switches
- Part 4: Test requirements on accessories for (hereinafter referred to as RCS). This standard applies
cables with rated voltages from 6 kV (Um = 7,2 to electromagnetic RCS with a rated voltage not
kV) up to 30 kV (Um = 36 kV) exceeding 440 V and a rated current not exceeding 63
This Uganda Standard specifies the test requirements A, and to electronic RCS with a rated voltage not
for type testing of accessories for power cables with exceeding 250 V and a rated current not exceeding 16
rated voltages from 3,6/6 (7,2) kV up to 18/30 (36) A, intended for household and similar fixed electrical
kV, complying with IEC 60502-2. (This Uganda installations, either indoors or outdoors.
Standard cancels and replaces, US EAS 506-4:2008, 596. US IEC 60669-2-4:2004 Switches for household
Power cables with extruded insulation and their and similar fixed electrical installations – Part 2-4:
accessories for rated voltages from 1 kV (Um = 1.2 Particular requirements – Isolating switches
kV) up to 30 kV (Um = 36 kV) — Part 4: Test This standard applies to time-delay switches
requirements on accessories for cables with rated (hereinafter referred to as TDS) with a rated voltage
voltages from 6 kV (Um = 7.2 kV) up to 30 kV (Um = not exceeding 440 V and a rated current not exceeding
36 kV), which has been republished) 63 A, intended for household and similar fixed
592. US IEC 60669-1: 2007, Switches for household electrical installations, either indoors or outdoors,
and similar fixed-electrical installations — Part 1: operated by hand and/or by remote control and which
General requirements (2nd Edition) are provided with a mechanical, thermal, pneumatic,
This Uganda Standard applies to manually operated hydraulic or electrical operated time-delay device or
general switches, for a.c only with a rated voltage not with a device which combines any of them.

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597. US IEC 60686:1980 Stabilized power supplies, a.c. 32 A, intended for household and similar proposes,
output either, indoors or outdoors.
This standard applies to stabilized power supplies 602. US IEC 60884-2-1:2005 Plugs and socket-outlets
designed to supply a.c. power from an a.c. or d.c. for household and similar purposes Part 2-
source. Power supplies for electrical measurements are 1: Particular requirements for fused plugs
excluded. This Part of the standard applies where fuses are
598. US IEC 60670-1:2002 Boxes and enclosures for primarily intended to protect the flexible cable or cord
electrical accessories for household and similar (e.g. with ring circuits).
fixed electrical installations – Part 1: General 603. US IEC 60884-2-2:2005 Plugs and socket-outlets
requirements for household and similar purposes Part 2-2:
This standard applies to manually operated general Particular requirements for socket-outlets for
purpose isolating switches with a rated voltage not appliances
exceeding 440 V and a rated current not exceeding This Part of the standard applies to socket-outlets
125 A, intended for household and similar fixed integrated or intended to be incorporated in or fixed to
electrical installations, either indoors or outdoors. appliances.
599. US IEC 60670-21:2004 Boxes and enclosures for 604. US IEC 60884-2-3:2005 Plugs and socket-outlets
electrical accessories for household and similar for household and similar purposes - Part 2-3:
fixed electrical installations – Part 21: Particular Particular requirements for switched socket-
requirements for boxes and enclosures with outlets without interlock for fixed installations
provision for suspension means This Part of the standard applies to fixed switched
This standard applies to boxes, enclosures and parts of socket-outlets for a.c. only, with or without earthing,
enclosures (hereafter called “boxes” and “enclosures”) with a rated voltage not exceeding 440 V and a rated
for electrical accessories with a rated voltage not current not exceeding 32 A.
exceeding 1 000 V a.c. and 1 500 V d.c. intended for 605. US IEC 60884-2-4:2005 Plugs and socket-outlets
household or similar fixed electrical installations, for household and similar purposes Part 2-4:
either indoors or outdoors. Particular requirements for plugs 'and socket-
600. US IEC 60670-22:2003 Boxes and outlets for SELV
enclosures for electrical accessories for This Part of the standard applies to plugs, fixed or
household and similar fixed electrical portable socket-outlets, and to socket-outlets for
installations – Part 22: Particular appliances with d.c. or a.c. (50/60 Hz) SELV with
requirements for connecting boxes and rated current of 16 A.
enclosures 606. US IEC 60884-2-5:2005 Plugs and socket-outlets
This standard applies to boxes and enclosures with for household and similar purposes Part 2-
provision for suspension means. 5: Particular requirements for adaptors
601. US IEC 60884-1:2005 Plugs and This standard applies to shuttered and non-shuttered,
socket-outlets for household and similar fused and non-fused adaptors for a.c. only.
purposes Safety - Part 1: General 607. US IEC 60888:1987, Zinc-coated steel wires for
requirements stranded conductors
This Part of the standard applies to plugs and fixed or This Uganda Standard applies to zinc-coated steel
portable socket-outlets for a.c. only, with and without wires used in the construction and/or reinforcement of
earthing contact, with a rated voltage above 50 V but conductors for overhead power transmission purposes.
not exceeding 440 V and a rated current not exceeding It is intended to cover all wires used in constructions

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where the individual wire diameters, including 611. US IEC 60921:2004 Ballasts for tubular
coating, are in the range of 1.25 mm to 5.50 mm. fluorescent lamps — Performance requirements
Three grades of steel are included to reflect the needs This standard specifies the performance requirements
of conductor users: regular steel, high strength steel for ballasts, excluding resistance types, for use on a.c.
and extra high strength steel. Two classes of coating supplies up to 1 000 V at 50 Hz or 60 Hz, associated
represented by minimum zinc mass per unit area are with tubular fluorescent lamps with pre-heated
included: Class 1 and Class 2. (This Uganda Standard cathodes operated with or without a starter or starting
cancels and replaces, US EAS 509:2008, Zinc-coated device and having rated wattages, dimensions and
steel wires for stranded conductors, which has been characteristics as specified in IEC 60081 and 60901. It
republished). applies to complete ballasts and their component parts
608. US IEC 60889:1987, Hard-drawn aluminium wire such as resistors, transformers and capacitors. A.C.
for overhead line conductors supplied electronic ballasts for tubular fluorescent
This Uganda Standard is applicable to hard-drawn lamps for high frequency operation specified in IEC
aluminium wires for the manufacture of stranded 61347-2-3 are excluded from the scope of this
conductors for overhead power transmission purposes. standard.
It specifies the mechanical and electrical properties of 612. US IEC 60934:2000 Circuit breakers for
wires in the diameter range 1.25 mm to 5.00 mm. equipment (CBE)
(This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces, US EAS This Uganda Standard is applicable to mechanical
510:2008, Hard-drawn aluminium wire for overhead switching devices designed as "circuit breakers for
line conductors, which has been republished). equipment (CBE) intended to provide protection to
609. US IEC 60901:1996 Single-capped fluorescent circuits within electrical equipment. This standard is
lamps – Performance specifications also applicable to switching devices for protection of
This standard specifies the performance requirements electrical equipment in case of under voltage and/or
for single-capped fluorescent lamps for general over voltage. It is applicable for a.c. not exceeding 440
lighting service. The requirements of this standard V and/or d.c. not exceeding 250 V and a rated current
relate only to type testing. Conditions of compliance, not exceeding 125 A.
including methods of statistical assessment, are under 613. US IEC 60947-1:2004 Low-voltage switchgear and
consideration. control gear – Part 1: General rules
610. US IEC 60904-2:2015, Photovoltaic This standard applies, when required by the relevant
devices – Part 2: Requirements for product standard, to switchgear and control gear
photovoltaic reference devices hereinafter referred to as "equipment" and intended to
This Uganda Standard gives requirements for the be connected to circuits, the rated voltage of which
classification, selection, packaging, marking, does not exceed 1 000 V a.c. or 1 500 V d.c.
calibration and care of photovoltaic reference devices. 614. US IEC 60947-2:2003 Low-voltage switchgear and
This standard covers photovoltaic reference devices control gear – Part 2: Circuit breakers
used to determine the electrical performance of This standard applies, when required by the relevant
photovoltaic cells, modules and arrays under natural product standard, to switchgear and controlgear
and simulated sunlight. It does not cover photovoltaic hereinafter referred to as "equipment" and intended to
reference devices for use under concentrated sunlight. be connected to circuits, the rated voltage of which
(This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces, US 463- does not exceed 1 000 V a.c. or 1 500 V d.c.
2:2005 Photovoltaic devices — Part 2: Requirements
for reference solar cells, which has been republished).

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615. US IEC 60947-3:1999 Low-voltage switchgear and this standard are not normally designed to interrupt
control gear – Part 3: Switches, disconnectors, short-circuit currents.
switch-disconnectors and fuse-combination units 619. US IEC 60947-5-1:2003 Low-voltage switchgear
This standard applies to circuit-breakers, the main and control gear – Part 5-1: Control circuit
contacts of which are intended to be connected to devices and switching elements –
circuits, the rated voltage of which does not exceed 1 Electromechanical control circuit devices
000 V a.c. or 1 500 V d.c.; it also contains additional This standard applies to a.c. semiconductor non-motor
requirements for integrally fused circuit-breakers. It load controllers and contactors intended for
applies whatever the rated currents, the method of performing electrical operations by changing the state
construction or the proposed applications of the of a.c. electric circuits between the ON-state and the
circuit-breakers may be. OFF-state.
616. US IEC 60947-4-1:1990 Low-voltage switchgear 620. US IEC 60950-1:2001 Information technology
and control gear – Part 4-1: Contactors and equipment - Safety – Part 1: General
motor-starters - Electromechanical contactors and requirements
motor- starters This standard is applicable to mains-powered or
This standard applies to switches, disconnectors, battery-powered information technology equipment,
switch-disconnectors and fuse-combination units to be including electrical business equipment and associated
used in distribution circuits and motor circuits of equipment, with a rated voltage not exceeding 600 V.
which the rated voltage does not exceed 1 000 V a.c. This standard is also applicable to such information
or 1 500 V d.c. Auxiliary switches fitted to equipment technology equipment: designed for use as
within the scope of this standard shall comply with the telecommunication terminal equipment and
requirements of IEC 60947-5-1. This standard does telecommunication network infrastructure equipment,
not include the additional requirements necessary for regardless of the source of power; designed and
electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres. intended to be connected directly to, or used as
617. US IEC 60947-4-2:1999 Low-voltage switchgear infrastructure equipment in a cable distribution
and control gear – Part 4-2: Contactors and system, regardless of the source of power; and
motor-starters – AC semiconductor motor designed to use the ac mains supply as a
controllers and starters communication transmission medium.
This part of standard applies to the types of equipment 621. US IEC 60968:2015, Self-ballasted fluorescent
listed in 1.1 and 1.2 whose main contacts are intended lamps for general lighting services — Safety
to be connected to circuits the rated voltage of which requirements (2nd edition)
does not exceed 1 000 V a.c. or 1 500 V d.c. This Uganda Standard specifies the safety and
618. US IEC 60947-4-3:1999 Low-voltage switchgear interchangeability requirements, together with the test
and control gear – Part 4-3: Contactors and methods and conditions required to show compliance
motor-starters - A.C. semiconductor controllers of tubular fluorescent lamps with integrated means for
and contactors for non-motor loads controlling starting and stable operation (self-ballasted
This standard applies to controllers and starters, which fluorescent lamps). (This Uganda Standard cancels
may include a series mechanical switching device, and replaces US IEC 60968:1999, Self-ballasted
intended to be connected to circuits, the rated voltage lamps for general lighting services — Safety
of which does not exceed 1 000 V a.c. This standard requirements, which has been technically revised).
characterizes controllers and starters with and without
bypass means. Controllers and starters dealt with in

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622. US IEC 60969:2016, Self-ballasted compact addition, attention is drawn to the distinction between
fluorescent lamps for general lighting services — electromagnetic compatibility (EMG) tests carried out
Performance requirements (2nd edition) in a standardized set-up and those carried out at the
This Uganda Standard specifies performance location where a device (equipment or system) is
requirements together with test methods and installed (in situ tests).
conditions required to show compliance of self- 627. US IEC 61035-1:1990 Specification for conduit
ballasted compact fluorescent lamps intended for fittings for electrical installations – Part 1:
general lighting services. This standard applies to self- General requirements
ballasted compact fluorescent lamps of voltages >50V This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
and all power ratings with lamp caps complying with conduit fittings for use with conduits for the protection
IEC 60061-1. (This Uganda Standard cancels and of conductors and/or cables in electrical installations,
replaces US IEC 60969:1999, Self-ballasted lamps for and type tests for the quality of joints of conduit

general lighting services — Performance requirements, fittings to conduit.

which has been technically revised). 628. US IEC 61035-2-1:1993 Specification for conduit

623. US IEC 60974-1:1998 Welding arc equipment – fittings for electrical installations – Part 2:

Part 1: Welding power sources Particular specifications – Section 1: Metal

This standard is applicable to power sources for arc conduit fittings

welding and allied processes designed for industrial This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for

and professional use and supplied by a voltage within metal conduit fittings, for use with circular, threadable

the low voltage range (as specified in IEC 38) or or non-threadable conduits complying with IEC

driven by mechanical means. This standard is not 60614. This standard is not applicable to fittings for

applicable to welding power sources for manual metal use with flexible conduits.

arc welding with limited duty operation which are 629. US IEC 61035-2-2:1993 Specification for conduit

designed mainly for use by laymen. fittings for electrical installations – Part 2:

624. US IEC 60974-11:2004 Welding arc equipment – Particular specifications – Section 2: Conduit

Part 11: Electrode holders fittings of insulating material

This standard specifies safety and performance This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for

requirements of electrode holders; is applicable to conduit fittings of insulating material, for use with

electrode holders for manual metal arc welding with circular conduits complying with IEC 60614. It is not

electrodes up to 10 mm in diameter. applicable to fittings for use with flexible conduits.

625. US IEC 60974-12:1992 Welding arc equipment – 630. US IEC 61035-2-3:1993 Specification for conduit

Part 12: Coupling devices for welding cables fittings for electrical installations – Part 2:

This standard specifies the test and construction Particular specifications – Section 3: Fittings for

requirements of coupling devices for flexible welding flexible conduits of metal, insulating or

cables. composite materials and for pliable conduits of

626. US IEC 61000-1-1: 1992, Electromagnetic metal or composite materials

compatibility This standard specifies requirements for conduit

The Uganda Standard describes and interprets various fittings for use with flexible conduits of metal,

terms considered to be of basic importance to concepts insulating or composite materials and with pliable

and practical application in the design and evaluation conduits of metal or composite materials.

of electromagnetically compatible systems. In 631. US IEC 61035-2-4:1995 Specification for conduit


fittings for electrical installations – Part 2:

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Particular specifications – Section 4: Conduit actuating a sensing unit. The actuating member or
fittings of aluminium alloy sensing unit can be integral with or arranged
This standard specifies requirements for aluminium separately, either physically or electrically, from the
alloy conduit fittings, for use with alumimium alloy switch and may involve transmission of a signal, for
conduits. example electrical, optical, acoustic or thermal,
632. US IEC 61058-1:2001 Switches for appliances – between the actuating member or sensing unit and the
Part 1: General requirements switch.
This standard applies to switches for appliances 635. US IEC 61058-2-5:1994 Switches for appliances –
actuated by hand, by foot or by other human activity Part 2-5: Particular requirements for change-over
for use in, on or with appliances and other equipment selectors
for household and similar purposes, with a rated This Uganda Standard applies to change-over selectors
voltage not exceeding 440 V and a rated current not for appliances actuated by hand, by foot, or by other
exceeding 63 A. Also covers the indirect actuation of human activity for use in, on, or with, appliances and
the switch when the function of the actuating member other equipment for household and similar purposes,
is provided by a part of an appliance or equipment. with rated voltage not exceeding 440 V and a rated
633. US IEC 61058-2-1:1992 Switches for appliances – current not exceeding 63 A.
Part 2-1: Particular requirements for cord 636. US IEC 61084-1:1991 Cable trunking and ducting
switches systems for electrical installations – Part 1:
This standard applies to switches intended to be General requirements
connected to a flexible cable and: For switches used in This standard specifies requirements for cable
tropical climates, additional requirements may be trunking and cable ducting systems intended for the
necessary; Attention is drawn to the fact that the accommodation, and where necessary for the
standards for appliances and equipment may contain segregation, of conductors, cables or cords and/or
additional or alternative requirements for switches; other electrical equipment in electrical installations. It
Throughout this standard the word “appliance” means does not apply to conduit, cable tray or cable ladder or
“apparatus” or “equipment”; This part of standard is current-carrying parts within the system.
applicable when testing cord switches; Throughout 637. US IEC 61084-2-1:1996 Cable trunking and
this standard the word “switch” means ”cord switch” ducting systems for electrical installations –
unless otherwise stated; and Throughout this standard Part 2: Particular requirements – Section 1: Cable
the term “flexible cable” means “flexible cable or trunking and ducting systems intended for
cord”. mounting on walls or ceilings
634. US IEC 61058-2-4:2003 Switches for appliances – This standard specifies requirements for cable
Part 2-4: Particular requirements for trunking and ducting systems intended for mounting
independently mounted switches on walls or ceilings. The cable trunking and ducting
This standard applies to independently mounted systems accommodate and, where necessary,
switches for appliances (mechanical or electronic) segregate conductors, cables or cords and other
actuated by hand, by foot or by other human activity, electrical equipment. The systems are intended to be
to operate or control electrical appliances and other mounted directly on walls or ceilings, flush or semi
equipment for household or similar purposes with a flush, or indirectly on walls or ceilings or on structures
rated voltage not exceeding 480 V and a rated current away from walls or ceilings. Cable trunking and
not exceeding 63 A. These switches are intended to be ducting systems are hereinafter called CTIDS. This
operated by a person, via an actuating member or by standard does not apply to conduits, cable trays or

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cable ladders, electrical accessories e.g. switches, 641. US US IEC 61215-1:2016, Terrestrial photovoltaic
socket-outlets or the like, for which other IEC (PV) modules — Design qualification and type
standards apply, or current carrying parts within the approval — Part 1: Test requirements
system. This Uganda Standard lays down IEC requirements
638. US IEC 61084-2-2:2003 Cable trunking and for the design qualification and type approval of
ducting systems for electrical installations – Part terrestrial photovoltaic (PV) modules suitable for long
2-2: Particular requirements - Cable trunking term operation in general open air climates, as defined
systems and cable ducting systems intended for in IEC 60721-2-1. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
underfloor and flushfloor installation replaces US IEC 61215:2005, Crystalline silicon
This standard specifies requirements for cable terrestrial photovoltaic (PV) modules — Design
trunking systems and cable ducting systems intended qualification and type approval, which has been
for the accommodation, and where necessary for the technically revised).
segregation, of conductors, cables or cords and/or 642. US IEC 61215-1-1:2016, Terrestrial photovoltaic
other electrical equipment in electrical installations. It (PV) modules — Design qualification and type
applies to cable trunking systems and cable ducting approval — Part 1-1: Special requirements for
systems which are mounted beneath or flush with the testing of crystalline silicon photovoltaic (PV)
top face of the finished floor, including their system modules
components. This specification does not apply to This Uganda Standard lays down IEC requirements
conduits, cable trays or cable ladders or to current- for the design qualification and type approval of
carrying parts within the system. terrestrial photovoltaic modules suitable for long-term
639. US IEC 61084-2-4:1996 Cable trunking and operation in general open air climates, as defined in
ducting systems for electrical installations – Part IEC 60721-2-1. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
2: Particular requirements – Section 4: Service replaces US IEC 61215:2005, Crystalline silicon
poles terrestrial photovoltaic (PV) modules — Design
This standard specifies requirements for service poles qualification and type approval, which has been
intended for the accommodation, and where necessary technically revised).
for the segregation, of conductors, cables or cords 643. US IEC 61215-2:2016, Terrestrial photovoltaic
and/or other electrical equipment in electrical (PV) modules — Design qualification and type
installations. This standard does not apply to conduits, approval — Part 2: Test procedures
cable trays or cable ladders or to current-carrying parts This Uganda Standard lays down IEC requirements
within the system. for the design qualification and type approval of
640. US IEC 61199:1999 Single-capped fluorescent terrestrial photovoltaic modules suitable for long-term
lamps– Safety specifications operation in general open air climates, as defined in
This standard specifies the safety requirements for IEC 60721-2-1. This part of US IEC 61215 is intended
single-capped fluorescent lamps for general lighting to apply to all terrestrial flat plate module materials
purposes of all groups having 2G7, 2GX7, GR8, such as crystalline silicon module types as well as
G10q, GR10q, GX10q, GY10q, 2G11, G23, GX23, thin-film modules. (This Uganda Standard cancels
G24, GX32 and 2G13 caps. Also specifies the method and replaces US IEC 61215:2005, Crystalline silicon
a manufacturer should use to show compliance with terrestrial photovoltaic (PV) modules — Design
the requirements of this standard. qualification and type approval, which has been
technically revised).

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644. US IEC 61386-1:1996 Conduit systems for used in photovoltaic energy systems and to the typical
electrical installations – Part 1: General methods of test used for the verification of battery
requirements performances. This part deals with cells and batteries
This standard specifies requirements and tests for used in photovoltaic off-grid applications. (This
conduit systems, including conduits and conduit Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 149-
fittings, for the protection and management of 1:2002, Secondary cells and batteries for solar
insulated conductors and/or cables in electrical photovoltaic energy systems — Part 1: General
installations or in communication systems up to 1 000 requirements and methods of test, which has been
V a.c. and/or 1 500 V d.c. technically revised).
645. US IEC 61386-21:2002 Conduit systems for cable 650. US IEC 61427-2:2015; Secondary cells and
management – Part 21: Particular requirements – batteries for renewable energy storage — General
Rigid conduit systems requirements and methods of test — Part 2: On-
This standard specifies the requirements for rigid grid applications
conduit systems. This Uganda Standard relates to secondary batteries
646. US IEC 61386-22:2002 Conduit systems for cable used in on-grid Electrical Energy Storage (EES)
management – Part 22: Particular requirements – applications and provides the associated methods of
Pliable conduit systems test for the verification of their endurance, properties
This standard specifies the requirements for pliable and electrical performance in such applications. The
conduit systems including self-recovering conduit test methods are essentially battery chemistry neutral,
systems. i.e. applicable to all secondary battery types. (This
647. US IEC 61386-23:2002 Conduit systems for cable Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 149-
management – Part 23: Particular requirements – 1:2002, Secondary cells and batteries for solar
Flexible conduit systems photovoltaic energy systems — Part 1: General
This standard specifies the requirements for flexible requirements and methods of test, which has been
conduit systems. technically revised).
648. US IEC 61386-24:2004 Conduit systems for cable 651. US IEC 61646: 2008, Thin-film terrestrial
management – Part 24: Particular requirements – photovoltaic (PV) modules — Design qualification
Conduit systems buried underground and type approval
This standard specifies requirements and tests for This Uganda Standard lays down requirements for the
conduit systems buried underground including design qualification and type approval of terrestrial,
conduits and conduit fittings for the protection and thin-film photovoltaic modules suitable for long term
management of insulated conductors and/or cables in operation in general open-air climates as defined in
electrical installations or in communication systems. IEC 60721-2-1. This standard is intended to apply to
This standard applies to metallic, non-metallic and all terrestrial flat plate module materials not covered
composite systems including threaded and non- by US IEC 61215. (This Uganda Standard cancels
threaded entries which terminate the system and replaces US 553:2005, Thin film terrestrial PV
649. US IEC 61427-1:2013, Secondary cells and (PV) modules – design qualification and type
batteries for renewable energy storage — General approval, which has been republished).
requirements and methods of test — Part 1: 652. US IEC 61702: 1995, Rating of direct coupled
Photovoltaic off-grid application photovoltaic (PV) pumping systems
This Uganda Standard gives general information This Uganda Standard defines predicted short-term
relating to the requirements for the secondary batteries characteristics (instantaneous and for a typical daily

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period) of direct coupled photovoltaic (PV) water 655. US IEC 62040-3:1999 Uninterruptible power
pumping systems. It also defines minimum actual systems (UPS) – Part 3: Method of specifying the
performance values to be obtained on-site. It does not performance and test requirements
address PV pumping systems with batteries. This standard applies to electronic direct a.c. converter
653. US IEC 62040-1:2013, Uninterruptible power systems with electrical energy storage means in the
systems (UPS) — Part 1: General and safety d.c. link. It ensures continuity of an alternating power
requirements for UPS source. And also includes the method of specifying all
This Uganda Standard applies to uninterruptible power power switches that form integral parts of a UPS and
systems (UPS) with an electrical energy storage are associated with its output. Included are
device in the d.c. link. (This Uganda Standard cancels interrupters, bypass switches, isolating switches, load
and replaces US IEC 62040-1-1:2004, Uninterruptible transfer switches and tie switches does not refer to
power systems (UPS) — Part 1-1: General and safety conventional mains distribution boards, rectifier input
requirements for UPS used in operator access areas; switches or d.c. switches or UPS based on rotating
and US IEC 62040-1-2:2004, Uninterruptible power machines. It defines a complete uninterruptible power
systems (UPS) — Part 1-2: General and safety system in terms of its performance and not individual
requirements for UPS used in restricted access UPS functional units.
locations; which has been technically revised). 656. US IEC 62052-11:2003, Electricity metering
654. US IEC 62040-2:2005, Uninterruptible power equipment (AC) – General requirements, tests and
systems (UPS) — Part 2: Electromagnetic test conditions – Part 11: Metering equipment
compatibility (EMC) requirements (2nd Edition) This Uganda Standard covers type tests for electricity
This Uganda Standard applies to UPS units intended metering equipment for indoor and outdoor
to be installed application and applies to newly manufactured
 as a unit or in UPS systems comprising a number equipment designed to measure the electrical energy
of interconnected UPS and associated on 50Hz or 60Hz networks, with a voltage up to 600V.
control/switchgear forming a single power 657. US IEC 62052-21:2004, Electricity metering
system; and equipment (AC) – General requirements, tests and
 in any operator accessible area or in separated test conditions – Part 21: Tariff and load control
electrical locations, connected to low-voltage equipment
supply networks for either industrial or This Uganda Standard specifies general requirements
residential, commercial and light industrial for the type of newly manufactured indoor tariff and
environments. load control equipment, like electronic ripple control
This part of US IEC 62040 is intended as a product receivers and time switches that are used to control
standard allowing the EMC conformity assessment of electrical loads, multi-tariff registers and maximum
products of categories C1, C2 and C3 as defined in demand indicator devices. (This Uganda Standard is
this standard, before placing them on the market. (This an adoption of the International Standard IEC 62052-
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US IEC 21:2004).
62040-2:1999, Uninterruptible power systems (UPS) 658. US IEC 62053-11:2003, Electricity metering
— Part 2: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) equipment (AC) – Particular requirements – Part
requirements, which has been technically revised). 11: Electromechanical meters for active energy
(classes 0.5, 1 and 2)
This Uganda Standard applies only to newly
manufactured electromechanical watt-hour meters of

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accuracy classes 0.5, 1 and 2, for the measurement of networks and it applies to their type tests only. For
alternating current electrical active energy of 50Hz or practical reasons, this standard is based on a
60Hz networks and it applies to their type tests only. It conventional definition of reactive energy for
applies only to electromechanical watt-hour meters for sinusoidal currents and voltages containing the
indoor and outdoor application consisting of a fundamental frequency only. (This Uganda Standard is
measuring element and register(s) enclosed together in an adoption of the International Standard IEC 62053-
a meter case. It also applies to operation indicator(s) 23:2003).
and test output(s). 661. US IEC 62053-31:1998, Electricity metering
659. US IEC 62053-22:2003, Electricity metering equipment (AC) — Particular requirements —
equipment (AC) – Particular requirements – Part Part 31: Pulse output devices for
22: Static meters for active energy (classes 0.2S electromechanical and electronic meters (two
and 0.5S) wires only)
This Uganda Standard applies only to newly This Uganda Standard is applicable to passive, two-
manufactured static watt-hour meters of accuracy wire, externally powered pulse output devices to be
classes 0.2S and 0.5S, for the measurement of used in electricity meters as defined by the relevant
alternating current electrical active energy in 50Hz or standards as well as future standards for static VA-
60Hz networks and it applies to their type tests only. It hour meters. (This Uganda Standard is an adoption of
applies only to transformer operated static watt-hour the International Standard IEC 62053-31:1998)
meters for indoor application consisting of a 662. US IEC 62053-52:2005, Electricity metering
measuring element and register(s) enclosed together in equipment (AC) – Particular requirements – Part
a meter case. It also applies to operation indicator(s) 52: Symbols
and test output(s). If the meter has a measuring This Uganda Standard applies to letter and graphical
element for more than one type of energy (multi- symbols intended for marking on and identifying the
energy meters), or when other functional elements, function of electromechanical or static a.c electricity
like maximum demand indicators, electronic tariff meters and their auxiliary devices.
registers, time switches, ripple control receivers, data The symbols specified in this standard shall be marked
communication interfaces, etc. are enclosed in the on the name-plate, dial-plate, external labels or
meter case, then the relevant standards for these accessories, or shown on the display of the meter as
elements also apply. It does not apply to: watt-hour appropriate. (This Uganda Standard is an adoption of
meters where the voltage across the connection the International Standard IEC 62053-52:2005).
terminals exceeds 600V (line-to-line voltage for 663. US IEC (TR) 62055-21:2005 Electricity metering –
meters for polyphase systems); portable meters and Payment systems – Part 21: Framework for
meters for outdoor use; data interfaces to the register standardization
of the meter; and reference meters. This Uganda Standard sets out a framework for the
660. US IEC 62053-23:2003, Electricity metering integration of standards into a system specification for
equipment (AC) – Particular requirements – Part electricity payment metering systems. It addresses the
23: Static meters for reactive energy (classes 2 and payment metering system application process, generic
3) processes, generic functions, data elements, system
This Uganda Standard applies only to newly entities and interfaces that exist in present payment
manufactured static var-hour meters of accuracy metering systems. The approach taken in the
classes 2 and 3, for the measurement of alternating framework is sufficiently generic to payment metering
current electrical reactive energy in 50Hz or 60Hz systems so that it should be equally applicable to

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future systems. (This Uganda Standard is an adoption  Generic requirements for an STS-compliant
of the International Standard IEC/TR 62055-21:2005). key management system;
664. US IEC 62055-41:2014, Electricity metering —  Guidelines for a key management system;
Payment systems — Part 41: Standard transfer  Entities and identifiers used in an STS

specification (STS) — Application layer protocol system;

for one-way token carrier systems  Code of practice for the management of TID

This Uganda Standard specifies the application layer roll-over key changes in association with the

protocol of the STS for transferring units of credit and revised set of base dates;

other management information from a point of sale  Code of practice and maintenance support

(POS) system to an STS-compliant payment meter in a services from the STS Association.

one-way token carrier system. It is primarily intended 665. US IEC 62056-47:2006, Electricity metering —
for application with electricity payment meters Data exchange for meter reading, tariff and load
without a tariff employing energy-based tokens, but control — Part 47: COSEM transport layers for
may also have application with currency-based token IPv4 networks

systems and for services other than electricity. It This Uganda Standard specifies the transport layers

specifies: for COSEM communication profiles for use on IPv4

 A POS to token carrier interface structured networks. These communication profiles contain a

with an application layer protocol and a connection-less and a connection-oriented transport

physical layer protocol using the OSI model layer, providing OSI-style services to the service user

as reference; COSEM application layer. The connection-less

 Tokens for the application layer protocol to transport layer is based on the Internet standard User

transfer the various messages from the POS Datagram Protocol. The connection-oriented transport

to the payment meter; layer is based on the Internet standard Transmission


Control Protocol. (This Uganda Standard is an
 security functions and processes in the
adoption of the International Standard IEC 62056-
application layer protocol such as the
47:2006).
Standard Transfer Algorithm and the Data
Encryption Algorithm, including the 666. US IEC 62058-11:2008, Electricity metering

generation and distribution of the associated equipment (a.c.) - Acceptance inspection – Part

cryptographic keys; 11: General acceptance inspection methods


The general acceptance inspection methods specified
 Security functions and processes in the
in this standard apply to newly manufactured
application layer protocol at the payment
electricity meters produced and supplied in lots of 50
meter such as decryption algorithms, token
and above. (This Uganda Standard is an adoption of
authentication, validation and cancellation;
the International Standard IEC 62058-11:2008).
 Specific requirements for the meter
667. US IEC 62058-31:2008, Electricity metering
application process in response to tokens
equipment (ac) – Acceptance inspection – Part 31:
received;
Particular requirements for static meters for
 A scheme for dealing with payment meter
active energy (classes 0.2S, 0.5S 1, and 2)
functionality in the meter application
This Uganda Standard specifies particular
process and associated companion
requirements for acceptance inspection of newly
specifications;
manufactured direct connected or transformer

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operated static meters for active energy (classes 0.2S, electrification — Part 9-5: Integrated systems —
0.5S 1, and 2) delivered in lots of quantities above 50. Selection of stand-alone lighting kits for rural
The method of acceptance of smaller lots should be electrification
agreed upon by the manufacturer and the customer. This Uganda Standard applies to stand-alone
The process described herein is primarily intended for rechargeable electric lighting appliances or kits that
acceptance inspection between the manufacturer and can be installed by a typical user without employing a
the purchaser. (This Uganda Standard is an adoption technician. This standard presents a quality assurance
of the International Standard IEC 62058-31:2008). framework that includes product specifications (a
668. US IEC 62106:2000 Specification of the radio data framework for interpreting test results), test methods,
system (RDS) for VHF/FM sound broadcasting in and standardized specification sheets (templates for
the frequency range from 87,5 to 108,0 MHz communicating test results).
This standard deals with Radio Data System, RDS, is 671. US IEC 62305-1:2010, Protection against lightning
intended for application to VHF/FM sound broadcasts – Part 1: General principles
in the range 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz which may carry This Uganda Standard provides general principles to
either stereophonic (pilot-tone system) or monophonic be followed for protection of structures against
programmes. The main objectives of RDS are to lightning, including their installations and contents, as
enable improved functionality for FM receivers and to well as persons. The following cases are outside the
make them more user-friendly by using features such scope of this standard: railway systems; vehicles,
as Programme Identification, Programme Service ships, aircraft, offshore installations; underground
name display and where applicable, automatic tuning high pressure pipelines; and pipe, power and
for portable and car radios, in particular. The relevant telecommunication lines placed outside the structure.
basic tuning and switching information therefore has (This Uganda Standard is an adoption of the
to be implemented by the type 0 group (see 3.1.5.1), International Standard IEC 62305-1:2010).
and it is not optional unlike many of the other possible 672. US IEC 62305-2:2010, Protection against lightning
features in RDS. – Part 2: Risk management
669. US IEC 62109-1:2010, Safety of power converters This Uganda Standard is applicable to risk assessment
for use in photovoltaic power systems — Part 1: for a structure due to lightning flashes to earth. Its
General requirements purpose is to provide a procedure for the evaluation of
This Uganda Standard applies to the power conversion such a risk. Once an upper tolerable limit for the risk
equipment (PCE) for use in Photovoltaic (PV) systems has been selected, this procedure allows the selection
where a uniform technical level with respect to safety of appropriate protection measures to be adopted to
is necessary. This standard defines the minimum reduce the risk to or below the tolerable limit. (This
requirements for the design and manufacture of PCE Uganda Standard is an adoption of the International
for protection against electric shock, energy, fire, Standard IEC 62305-2:2010).
mechanical and other hazards. This standard provides 673. US IEC 62305-3:2010, Protection against lightning
general requirements applicable to all types of PV – Part 3: Physical damage to structures and life
PCE. There are additional parts of this standard that hazard
provide specific requirements for the different types of This Uganda Standard provides the requirements for
power converters. protection of a structure against physical damage by
670. US IEC/TS 62257-9-5:2016, Recommendations for means of a lightning protection system (LPS), and for
renewable energy and hybrid systems for rural protection against injury to living beings due to touch

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and step voltages in the vicinity of an LPS (see IEC  interface functions.
62305-1). This standard is applicable to: design, This standard does not cover MPPT performance, but
installation, inspection and maintenance of an LPS for it is applicable to BCC units that have this feature.
structures without limitation of their height, and 676. US IEC 62560:2015, Self-ballasted led-lamps for
establishment of measures for protection against injury general lighting services by voltage >50V — Safety
to living beings due to touch and step voltages. specifications
674. US IEC 62305-4;2010 Protection against lightning This Uganda Standard specifies the safety and
– Part 4: Electrical and electronic systems within interchangeability requirements, together with the test
structures methods and conditions required to show compliance
This Uganda Standard provides information for the of LED-lamps with integrated means for stable
design, installation, inspection, maintenance and operation (self-ballasted LED-lamps), intended for
testing of electrical and electronic system protection domestic and similar general lighting purposes,
(SPM) to reduce the risk of permanent failures due to having:
lightning electromagnetic impulse (LEMP) within a  a rated wattage up to 60 W;
structure. This standard does not cover protection  a rated voltage of >50 V upto 250 V;
against electromagnetic interference due to lightning,
 caps according to Table 1.
which may cause malfunctioning of internal systems.
677. US IEC 62612:2013+AMD1:2015, Self-ballasted
This standard provides guidelines for cooperation
LED lamps for general lighting services with
between the designer of the electrical and electronic
supply voltages >50V — Performance requirements
system, and the designer of the protection measures, in
This Uganda Standard specifies the performance
an attempt to achieve optimum protection
requirements, together with the test methods and
effectiveness. This standard does not deal with
conditions, required to show compliance of LED
detailed design of the electrical and electronic systems
lamps with integral means for stable operation,
themselves.
intended for domestic and similar general lighting
675. US IEC 62509:2010, Battery charge controllers
purposes, having:
for photovoltaic systems — Performance and
 a rated power up to 60 W;
functioning
 a rated voltage of >50 V a.c. up to 250V a.c.
This Uganda Standard establishes minimum
a lamp cap as listed in IEC 62560.
requirements for the functioning and performance of
battery charge controllers (BCC) used with lead acid
batteries in terrestrial photovoltaic (PV) systems. The
main aims are to ensure BCC reliability and to
maximize the life of the battery. This standard shall be
used in conjunction with IEC 62093, which describes
test and requirements for intended installation
application. In addition to the battery charge control
functions, this standard addresses the following
battery charge control features:
 photovoltaic generator charging of a battery,
 load control,
 protection functions, and

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METROLOGY This standard applies to those thermometers called
“clinical thermometers” of the mercury in glass type,
678. US 1000:2014, Hexagonal weights — Specification
with a maximum device, intended for the
This Uganda Standard specifies metrological and
measurement of internal human body temperature.
technical requirements for hexagonal weights made of
684. US 1016:2006 Non-invasive mechanical
grey cast iron
sphygmomanometers
679. US 1002:1999/OIML R23 Standard specification
This standard specifies general, performance,
for tyre pressure gauges for motor vehicles
efficiency and mechanical and electrical safety
This Uganda Standard lays down the principal
requirements, including test methods for type
metrological (measurement) characteristics to which
approval, for non-invasive mechanical
pressure gauges intended for the measurement of the
sphygmomanometers and their accessories which by
inflation pressures in motor-vehicle tyres shall
means of inflatable cuff, are used for non-invasive
conform.
measurement of arterial blood pressure.
680. US 1003:1999/OIML R111 Standard specification
685. US 1017:2006 Taximeters
for weights of classes E1, E2, F1, F2, M1,
This Uganda standard concerns time and distance
M2, M3
counters known as taximeters for fitting on public hire
This standard contains the principle physical
vehicles.
characteristics and metrological requirements for
686. US 1018:2006 Medical syringes
weights which are used for the verification of
This Uganda Standard applies to medical syringes
weighing instruments for the verification of weights of
with glass barrels, intended for general use.
a lower class accuracy with weighing instruments.
687. US 1019:2006 Diaphragm gas meters
681. US 1004:1999/OIML R76-1 Standard specification
This Uganda Standard applies to diaphragm gas
for Non-automatic weighing instruments
meters, that are gas volume meters in which the gas
This standard specifies the metrological and technical
flow is measured by means of measuring chambers
requirements non-automatic weighing instruments that
with deformable walls, including gas meters with a
are subject to official metrological control .It is
built in temperature conversion device.
intended to provide standardized requirements and
688. US 1020:2006 Rotary gas meters and turbine gas
testing procedures to evaluate the metrological and
meters
technical characteristics in a uniform and traceable
This Uganda standard applies to rotary piston gas
way.
meters in which internal walls defining the measuring
682. US 1005:1999/OIML R 117 Standard specification
chambers are set in rotation and the number of
for measuring systems for liquids other than
revolutions of these walls represents measurement of
water
the volume of the gas passed and to turbine gas meters
This standard specifies the metrological and technical
where the gas flow rotates a turbine wheel and the
requirements applicable to dynamic measuring
number of revolutions of this wheel represents the
systems for quantities of liquids other than water
volume of the gas passed.
subject to legal controls. It also provides requirements
689. US 1021:2006 Accuracy classes of measuring
for the approval of parts of the measuring systems
instruments
(meter, etc.).
This Uganda standard lays down the principles of
683. US 1015:2006 Clinical thermometers (mercury in
classification of measuring instruments according to
glass with maximum devices)
their accuracy.

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690. US 1022-1:2013, Material measures of length for 693. US 1026:2006 Automatic gravimetric filling
general use — Part 1: Metrological and technical instruments - Part 1: Metrological and technical
requirements (2nd Edition) requirements – Tests
This Uganda Standard applies to material measures of This Uganda standard specifies metrological and
length for general use, hereinafter called “measures”. technical requirements for automatic gravimetric
This standard specifies the technical, metrological and filling instruments which produce predetermined mass
administrative conditions which are mandatory for of individual fills of products from one or more loads
these measures. It also includes the requirements for by automatic weighing.
digital readouts on the cases of tapes, whether 694. US 1027:2006 Fixed storage tanks – General
electronic or mechanical. This standard does not apply requirements
to high-precision measures used by industry in the This Uganda standard covers fixed storage tanks at
field of mechanics or in geodesy (for example: gauge atmospheric pressure or under pressure that are built
blocks, geodetic wires and precision line measures). It for bulk liquid storage and may be used for
also does not address safety aspects, for example the measurement of volumes (quantities) of liquid
use of material measures with electronic devices in contained, which are subject to national metrological
hazardous areas. Guidelines for these aspects should control shall comply to this standard.
be followed in accordance with the applicable 695. US 1028:2013, Labelling requirements for
international, regional or national regulations or other prepackaged products (2nd Edition)
standards. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the
691. US 1024:2006 Continuous totalizing automatic labelling of prepackaged products with constant
weighing instruments (belt weighers) - Part 1: nominal content with respect to the identity of the
Metrological and technical requirements – Tests product, the name and place of business of the
This Uganda standard specifies the metrological and manufacturer, packer, distributor, importer or retailer
technical requirements for continuous totalizing and the net quantity of the product. This standard does
automatic weighing instruments of the belt conveyor not apply to the labeling of prepackaged foods for
type(belt weighers) that are subject to national which a separate standard applies.
metrological control. It is intended to provide 696. US 1029:2006 Road and rail tankers
standardized requirements and testing procedures to This Uganda standard concerns tankers for transport
evaluate metrological and technical characteristics in a by rail or road of liquid products and used (in addition
uniform and traceable way. to their functions as carriers), as measuring
692. US 1025:2013, Moisture meters for cereal grain instruments subject to national metrological controls,
and oilseeds — Specification (2nd Edition) and tankers whose effective volumes must be known
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for in order to determine their maximum permissible
moisture meters for cereal grains and oilseeds, that is filling loads for reasons of transport safety.
to say instruments measuring and indicating, either 697. US 1030:2013, Quantity of product in prepackages
directly or by means of conversion tables and (or) (2nd Edition)
correction tables, the moisture content of cereal grains This Uganda Standards specifies the legal Metrology
and the moisture and volatile matter content of requirements for prepackaged products (also called
oilseeds. This standard applies only to moisture meters prepackaged commodities or prepackaged goods)
used for measurements on statistical samples. labelled in predetermined constant nominal quantities
of weight, volume, linear measure, area, or count; and
sampling plans and procedures for use by legal

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metrology officials in verifying the quantity of product percentage alcoholic strength by volume, referred to as
in prepackages. volume alcoholometers, and glass hydrometers
698. US 1031:2006 Automatic rail weighbridges - Part indicating density in kilogram per cubic metre,
1: Metrological and technical requirements – referred to as alcohol hydrometers.
Tests 703. US 1043:2014, Radar equipment for measurement
This Uganda standard specifies the requirements and of the speed of vehicles — Specification
test methods for automatic rail bridges that are used to This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
determine the mass of rail wagons when they weighed microwave Doppler radar equipment (hereafter
in motion. referred to as radar) for the measurement of traffic
699. US 1032:2006 Discontinuous totalizing automatic speed on roads, when the results of measurement are
weighing instruments (totalizing hopper weighers) to be used in legal proceedings.
- Part 1: Metrological and technical requirements
– Tests
This Uganda standard specifies the requirements and
test methods for discontinuous totalizing automatic
weighing instruments (totalizing hopper weighers).
700. US 1035:2013, Wood moisture meters — General
provisions for verification methods and equipment
This Uganda Standard prescribes the methods,
equipment and conditions for the initial and periodic
verifications of wood moisture meters. This standard
covers all moisture meters, irrespective of their
principles of operation.
701. US 1039:2013, Speedometers, mechanical
odometers and chronotachographs for motor
vehicles — Metrological requirements
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
speedometers, mechanical odometers and
chronotachographs for motor vehicles.
702. US 1042:2013, Alcoholometers and alcohol
hydrometer; and thermometers for use in
alcoholometry— Specification
This Uganda Standards specifies the requirements for
alcoholometers and alcohol hydrometers used for the
determination of the alcoholic strength of mixtures of
water and ethanol, and to thermometers for use in
alcoholometry. It sets out technical and metrological
specifications for these instruments, in accordance
with International Alcoholometric Tables. This
standard covers glass hydrometers indicating
percentage alcoholic strength by mass, referred to as
mass alcoholometers, glass hydrometers indicating

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This Uganda Standard specifies the scheme for the

ENGINEERING PRODUCTS assessment and verification of constancy of


performance (AVCP) of cements to their
704. US ISO 7-1:2007, Pipe threads where pressure-
corresponding product specification standards,
tight joints are made on the threads — Part 1:
including certification of constancy of performance by
Dimensions, tolerances and designation
a product certification body. (This standard cancels
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
and replaces US 310-2:2016, Cement — Part 2:
thread form, dimensions, tolerances and designation
Conformity evaluation, which has been technically
for jointing pipe threads, sizes 1/16 to 6 inclusive, for
revised).
joints made pressure-tight by the mating of the
708. US 65:2002 Specification for precast paving
threads. These threads are taper external, parallel
blocks
internal or taper internal and are intended for use with
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
pipes suitable for threading and for valves, fittings or
precast concrete paving blocks intended for the
other pipeline equipment interconnected by threaded
construction of low speed roads and, industrial and
joints.
other paved surfaces subjected to all categories of
705. US EAS 11:2013, Galvanized plain and
static and vehicular loading and pedestrian traffic
corrugated steel sheets — Specification
709. US 101:2002 Specification for aggregates from
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
natural sources for concrete
methods of sampling and test for galvanized plain and
This Uganda standard specifies the quality and
corrugated steel sheets for roofing, cladding, fencing,
grading requirements for aggregates obtained by
fabrication and general use. This standard does not
processing natural materials for use in concrete.
cover special purpose profiles. (This Uganda Standard
710. US 102:1995 Standard specification for burnt clay
cancels and replaces US 301:2006, Specification for
bricks
galvanized plain and corrugated iron sheets, which
This Uganda Standard covers requirements for
has been technically revised and republished).
dimensions, compressive strength, water absorption,
706. US EAS 18-1:2017, Cement — Part 1:
efflorescence and sampling of burnt bricks made from
Composition, specification and conformity criteria
clay, brick earth or shale, for use in walling. It also
for common cements
gives methods for classification.
This Uganda standard gives the specifications which
711. US EAS 108:2013, Hot-rolled, heavy-thickness
include mechanical, physical and chemical
carbon steel sheets, coils and strips —
requirements of 27 distinct common cements, seven
Specification
sulphate resisting common cements as well as three
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for hot-
distinct low early strength blast furnace cements and
rolled, heavy-thickness carbon steel sheets, coils and
two sulphate resisting low early strength blast cements
strips of commercial quality, drawing quality special
and their constituents. (This standard cancels and
killed, and structural quality.
replaces US 310 -1:2016, Cement — Part 1:
712. US EAS 134:2013, Cold rolled steel sections —
Composition, specifications, and conformity criteria
Specification (2nd Edition)
for common cements, which has been technically
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions and
revised).
sectional properties of cold rolled steel sections of
707. US EAS 18-2:2017, Cement — Part 2: Conformity
thickness up to 8 mm for use in structural applications.
evaluation
(This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US EAS

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134:1999, Cold rolled steel sections – Specification, 719. US 160:2000 Steel wire and wire products -
which has been technically revised). General - Wire and wire dimensions
713. US 153-1:2000, Uncoated Aluminium Hollow- This Uganda Standard specifies the tolerances on
Ware Utensils Part 1: Domestic aluminium diameter of round wire and, where applicable, on the
cooking pots(sufuria) and lids length of round wire, cut to length, for bright steel
This Uganda Standard specifies the materials wire (i.e. uncoated), metallic coated steel wire and
construction and preferred sizes of domestic non-metallic coated steel wire.
aluminium cooking pots and lids (sufurias). 720. US 161:2000 Specifications for hurricane lanterns
714. US 153-2:2000, Uncoated aluminium hollow -ware This Uganda Standard covers the requirements for
utensils Part 2: Aluminium cooking pans hurricane lanterns complete with globe and wick,
This Uganda Standard specifies the materials burning kerosene from the wick at atmospheric
construction and preferred sizes of uncoated pressure.
aluminium pans and covers aluminium saucepans, 721. US 162:2019, Machetes — Specification (2nd
stew pans and frying pans. Edition)
715. US 154:1995 Standard specification for concrete This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
roofing tiles sampling and test methods straight blade, curved
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for two blade, and double-edged blade machetes (panga).
groups of concrete roofing tiles (and slates) including: (This standard cancels and replaces US 162:2000,
Group A: Plain, double lap, non-interlocking tiles. Specification for machetes, which has been
Group B: Single-lap, interlocking tiles. technically revised).
716. US 156-1:2017, Building limes — Part 1:
722. US 192-1:2000 Specification for locks and latches
Specification for doors in buildings
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for This Uganda Standard specifies tests and levels of
building limes used for construction purposes. (This performance for locks and latches for doors used in
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 156:1995, buildings.
Standard specification for building limes (inc. 723. US 194-1:2016, Nails — Part 1: Steel nails —
methods of test) which has been technically revised). Specification
717. US 158:2019, Wheelbarrows — Specification (2nd This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
Edition) preferred form and dimensions, tolerance on
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and dimensions, finish and surface coating for the type of
test methods for five types of wheelbarrows of single steel nails and of loose steel wire nails for general
wheel make suitable for domestic, industrial, applications. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
agricultural and building-site conditions. (This replaces US 194:2001, Specification for nails, which
standard cancels and replaces US 158:2000, has been technically revised).
Specifications for wheel barrows, which has been 724. US 195:2000 Specification for Zinc coated fencing
technically revised). wires
718. US 159:2000 Specification for steel pipes for water This Uganda Standard specifies the characteristics of
and gas suitable for screwing drawn mild steel wire; zinc coated by hot- dip process,
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for to be used for line fencing wire or barbed fencing wire
welded steel pipes and socket suitable for screwing. for general purposes.

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725. US 196:2000 Specification for window stays manufactured from the F range, or the heavier W20
fasteners and handles for vertically hinged range, of steel window sections.
windows 731. US ISO 209:2007, Aluminium and aluminium
This Uganda Standard specifies performance and alloys — Chemical composition
functional requirements of window stays, fasteners This Uganda Standard specifies the designations
and handles for vertically hinged windows. indicating the chemical composition of aluminium and
726. US EAS 196:2013, High-strength low-alloy aluminium alloys.
Carbon Steel for hot rolled sheet and cold rolled 732. US 219:2000 Specification for laminated leaf
sheet — Specification springs for automobiles
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
steel sheet in coils and cut lengths. It applies to the laminated leaf springs for automobiles.
carbon steel and high-strength, low-alloy steel 733. US 220:2019, Hoes — Specification (2nd Edition)
(HSLA) supplied as hot-rolled sheet and cold-rolled This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sheet. This standard is not applicable to hot-rolled, sampling and test methods for forged hoes (jembes),
heavy-thickness carbon sheet coils. In case of any both plain and fork hoes (jembes) used for digging.
conflict in requirements, the requirements of the (This standard cancels and replaces US 220:2003,
individual material specification shall prevail over Specification for hoes, both plain and fork hoes,
those of the general specification. For the purposes of which has been technically revised).
determining conformance with this specification and
734. US 252:2004 Low Pressure Gas Cylinders -
the various material specifications, values shall be
Specification for Welded Low Carbon Steel Gas
rounded to the nearest unit in the right-hand place of
Cylinders exceeding 5-Litre Water Capacity for
figures used in expressing the limiting values.
Low Pressure Liquefiable Gases
727. US 197:2000 Specification for forks
This specification deals with welded low carbon steel
This Uganda Standard specifies the preferred range,
cylinders intended for storage and transportation of
dimensions, materials, construction, finish and testing
low pressure liquefiable gases, other than toxic gases,
peg general-purpose tools.
of nominal capacity, above 5 litres up to and including
728. US 198:2019, Spades — Specification (2nd Edition)
250 litres water capacity and design pressure of 18
This Uganda standard specifies requirements,
N/mm2. This standard lays down the requirements for
sampling and test methods for spades. (This standard
the material to be used in the manufacture of
cancels and replaces US 198:2000, Specification for
cylinders, their construction, marking, and testing.
spades, which has been technically revised).
735. US 263:2000/EAS 181 Fuel tank assembly for
729. US 199:2000 Specification for shovels automotive: Safety requirements
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions, This standard covers the safety requirements for the
materials, construction, finish and testing. It also integrity and security of fuel tanks, fuel tank filter
provides for the preferred range and permits certain deliver pipes and fuel tank connections, used on
variations to the preferred range. automotive vehicles to minimize fire hazards resulting
730. US 200:2000 Specification for steel from fuel spillage during and after crash and/or
windows, sills, and window boards and doors collision.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the 736. US 264-1:2000/EAS 182-1 Specification for pipes
materials, construction, finishes and hardware for steel and fittings made of Unplasticized Poly Vinyl
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Chloride (PVC-U) for water supply - Part 1: 742. US EAS 322:2002 Wood poles and blocks for
General requirements power and telecommunication lines—
This Standard Specification for plasticized PVC pipes Specification
for cold water services specifies requirements for This Uganda Standard specifies materials and
UPVC Pipes up to and including a nominal diameter performance requirements for solid wood poles. The
of 630mm for conveying cold water at pressures up to poles described herein are considered as simple
and including 4, 6, 10, 12.5 and 16 bars at 250C cantilever members subject to transverse loads only.
depending on the size. 743. US 323:2002 Timber - Dimensions for coniferous
737. US 264-2:2000/EAS 182-1 Specification for Pipes sawn timber (Cypress and Pine) Sizes of sawn and
and Fittings made of Unplasticized Poly Vinyl planed timber
Chloride (PVC-U) for water supply - Part 2: This Uganda standard specifies dimensions for a range
Nominal diameters, wall thicknesses and nominal of coniferous sawn timber sizes in metric units.
pressures( metric series) 744. US 324:2006 Preservation of timber–
This standard specifies nominal pressure outside Specifications
diameters, calculated wall thicknesses and nominal This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
pressures of circular section Unplasticised Polyvinyl preservative treatment of timber. The preservatives,
Chloride (UPVC) pipes used for water services. methods of application and suggested average
738. US 288:2000 Specification for lime for soil retention levels have all been specified with the
stabilization objective of achieving long service life.
This standard covers quick limes and slaked limes of 745. US 329-1/ISO 3134-1 Light metals and their alloys
three types, namely, calcium, magnesium and – Terms and definitions – Part 1: Materials
dolomitic, for use in soil stabilization and produced by This part of Uganda Standard US 329 gives terms for
calcimining of limestone or treatment of calcium and definitions of materials in the field of light metals
carbide. and their alloys.
739. US 289:2001 Specification for limestone for 746. US 329-2/ISO 3134-2 Light metals and their alloys
chemical industries – Terms and definitions – Part 2: Unwrought
This standard covers the requirements for the quality products
of limestone of various grades. It also covers seashells This part of Uganda Standard US 329 gives terms for
and calcite, a crystalline form of naturally occurring and definitions of unwrought products of light metals
calcium carbonate. and their alloys.
740. US 291:2000 Specification for Lime (Quicklime 747. US 329-3/ISO 3134-3 Light metals and their alloys
and Hydrated Lime) for Chemical Industries – Terms and definitions – Part 3: Wrought
This standard prescribes the requirements for quality products
quicklime and hydrated lime of various grades for use This part of Uganda Standard US 329 gives terms for
in chemical industries. and definitions of wrought products of light metals
741. US 306:2000 Specification for standard sand for and their alloys.
use in the testing of cement 748. US EAS 357:2004, Pneumatic tyres for trucks and
This Uganda standard specifies the source, preparation buses — Specification
and properties of standard to be used with a standard This Uganda Standard specifies tyre dimensions
coarse aggregate for making for making concrete designation and marking requirements; and load
prisms used for testing cement. ratings. It also gives laboratory test requirements for
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trucks and buses. (This standard cancels and replaces This Uganda Standard specifies properties of the
US 514:2004, Specification for new pneumatic tyres constituents of common cements and proportions in
— Trucks and buses). which they are to be combined to produce a range of
749. US EAS 358:2004, Pneumatic tyres for passenger types, compositions and strength classes.
cars — Specification 754. US 402:1993 Standard specification for portable
This Uganda Standard specifies tyre dimensions reflective triangles
designation and marking requirements; and load This standard specifies requirements for portable
ratings. It also gives laboratory test requirements for retro-reflective triangular road safety signs for
bead unseating resistance, strength, endurance and indicating temporary obstruction in a roadway which
high-speed performance for tyres primarily intended may constitute a traffic hazard.
for passengers. (This standard cancels and replaces 755. US 403:2002 Standard specification for deep well
US 513:2004, Specification for new pneumatic tyres CBMS hand pump (model U3)
— Passenger cars). This standard covers Community Based Maintenance
750. US EAS 359:2004, Pneumatic tyres for light System (CBMS) handpumps for lifting water from
trucks — Specification boreholes with static water levels from 24 m up to 50
This Uganda Standard specifies tyre dimensions, m. The pumps shall be used for boreholes fitted with
designation, marking requirements and load ratings. It casing pipes of nominal diameters minimum 100mm
also gives laboratory test requirements for bead to 150mm.
unseating, strength and endurance performance for 756. US 404:2002 Standard specification for Extra
light truck tyres. This standard also specifies sampling deepwell CBMS handpumps
methods and disposition of non-conforming tyres. This standard covers Community Based Maintenance
(This standard cancels and replaces US 515:2004, System (CBMS) handpumps for lifting water from
Specification for new pneumatic tyres — Light trucks). boreholes with static water levels from 51 m up to
751. US EAS 360:2004, Pneumatic tyres for 90m. The pumps shall be used for bore holes fitted
agricultural implements — Specification casing pipes of nominal diameters minimum 100mm
This Uganda Standard specifies tyre dimensions, to 150mm.
designation and marking requirements and load 757. US 405:2002 Standard specification for shallow
ratings. It also gives laboratory test equipment for well handpumps (model U2/U3)
strength for tyres primarily intended for agricultural This standard covers Handpumps for lifting water
implements. (This standard cancels and replaces US from boreholes with static water levels from 3m up to
516:2004, Specification for new pneumatic tyres — 21m.
Agricultural implements). 758. US 406:1995 Standard specification for deep well
752. US 366-1:2004 Masonry cement – Part 1: hand pump (model U2)
Specification This standard covers handpumps for lifting water from
This standard gives the definition and composition of boreholes with static water levels from 24m up to
masonry cements as commonly used in East Africa for 50m.
the production of mortar for bricklaying and block 759. US EAS 412-1:2013, Steel for the reinforcement of
laying and for rendering and plastering. It includes concrete — Part 1: Plain bars
physical, mechanical and chemical requirements and This Uganda Standard specifies technical
defines strength classes. requirements for plain bars to be used as
753. US 371:2003 Hydraulic road binders – reinforcement in concrete. This part of US EAS 412
Composition, specification and conformity criteria covers nine steel grades not intended for welding

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(B240A-P, B240B-P, B240C-P, B240D-P, B300A-P, 763. US 468-3:2002 Specification for photovoltaic
B300B-P, B300C-P, B300D-P and B420D-P), and one systems -systems design, installation, operation,
steel grade (B420DWP) intended for welding. This monitoring and maintenance - Part 3: Test
standard covers products delivered in straight lengths. procedure for main components –inverters
Plain bars produced from finished products, such as This part of 3 US 468 specifies test procedures for
plates and railway rails, are excluded from this inverters for use of photovoltaic systems.
standard. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces 764. US 482-1:2003 High density polyethylene (PE-HD)
US 155-1:2003, Specification for steel bars for pipes- Part 1: General quality requirements
reinforcement of concrete — Plain bars, which has This standard applies to straight round seamless pipes
been technically revised and republished). made of High-Density Poly-Ethylene (HDPE).
760. US EAS 412-2:2013, Steel for the reinforcement of Individual requirements specified in this standard may
concrete — Part 2: Ribbed bars be omitted or supplemented in technical delivery
This Uganda Standard specifies technical conditions relating to particular applications.
requirements for ribbed bars to be used as 765. US 482-2:2003 High Density Polyethylene (PE-
reinforcement in concrete. This part of US EAS 412 HD) pipes- Part 2: Dimensions
covers six steel grades not intended for welding This standard applies to pipes made of High Density
(B400A-R, B400B-R, B400C-R, B500A-R, B500B-R Polyethylene (PE-HD). Pipes as specified in this
and B500C-R), and nine steel grades (B400AWR, standard shall meet the requirements given in US 482-
B400BWR, B400CWR, B400DWR, B420DWR, 1.
B500AWR, B500BWR, B500CWR and B500DWR) 766. US EAS 489:2008, Concrete poles for telephone,
intended for welding. The steel grades are designated power and lighting purposes — Specification
with steel names allocated in accordance with ISO/TS This Uganda Standardspecifies the characteristics of
4949. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces pre-cast reinforced, partially pre-stressed and pre-
US 155-2:2003, Specification for steel bars for stressed concrete poles. Possible uses for the poles
reinforcement of concrete — Ribbed bars, which has include electrical reticulation and distribution, railway
been technically revised and republished). traction, telephone line support, street lighting
761. US 465-1:2003 Stabilized materials for civil standards and high mast lighting structures.
engineering purposes. Part 1 General 767. US EAS 491:2008, Incineration plant for the
requirements, sampling, sample preparation and destruction of hospital waste — Specification
tests on materials before stabilization This Uganda Standard specifies the performance
This part 1 of US 465 deals with general requirements, requirements for incineration plant, assisted by
sampling sample preparation and preliminary test auxiliary fuel if required, suitable for the destruction
carried out on materials in the unsterilized condition to of hospital waste. Devices which utilize intensities of
assess their suitability for stabilization. combustion exceeding an average heat release rate of
762. US EAS 468:2013, Pre-painted metal coated steel 350 W/m3 are not included. This standard does not
sheets and coils — Specification specify materials or methods of construction.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the 768. US 512:2003 Specification for axes and hatchets
pre-painted hot-dip metal-coated steel sheets and coils This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements on
for exterior use. (This Uganda Standard cancels and dimensions, weight and performance for axes and
replaces US 663:2006, Pre-painted metal coated steel hatchets.
sheets and coils — Specification, which has been 769. US 533:2006 Retro reflective warning signs for
technically revised and republished) road vehicles – Chevron signs

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This standard specifies requirements for retro- 776. US EAS 581:2008, Road vehicles – Retro-
reflective chevron signs that incorporate a substrate reflective registration plates for motor vehicles
and that are intended for use on motor vehicle that and trailers – Specification
operate on public roads. This Uganda Standard specifies the provisions
770. US 540:2006 Hot-dip aluminium –zinc plain and applicable to retro-reflective registration plates for
corrugated steel sheets— Specification motor vehicles and their trailers.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for 777. US 618:2006 Industrial standard for hot-dip zinc-
continuous hot- dip Aluminium-Zinc (AZ) coated coated steel sheets and coils
plain and corrugated steel sheets for roofing, cladding, This Uganda Standard specifies the steel sheets and
fencing, fabrication and general use. The Aluminium- coils, (hereafter referred to as "sheet and coil"),
Zinc alloy composition by mass is normally 55% equally zinc-coated on both surfaces applied by
Aluminium, 1,6% Silicon and the balance Zinc. dipping in a bath or molten zinc containing not less
771. US 545: 2004 Seat belt assemblies for motor than 97% of zinc in percentage by mass (provided that
vehicles – Specification the aluminium content is normally 0,30% or less). In
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for this case the term “sheet” includes not only sheets in
automobile seat belt assemblies, which are designed to flat form but also sheets with corrugations of specified
accommodate one adult and are fitted, in the main, to shape and dimensions
all seats for the safety of all vehicle occupants in the 778. US ISO 630-1:2011, Structural steels — Part 1:
event of a traffic accident. General technical delivery conditions for hot-
772. US 546: 2004 Anchorages for automobile seat rolled products
belts – Specification This Uganda Standard specifies the general technical
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements to be delivery conditions for steel flat and long products
followed in the choice of position of the anchorages, (plate/sections/wide flats and bars) used principally for
the force that the anchorages must be able to withstand general-purpose structural steels. The steels specified
and the tests to which they are to be subjected. in this part of US ISO 630 are intended for use in
773. US 548: 2004 Motor vehicle safety specification - welded or bolted structures. This part of US ISO 630
Strength of seats and of their anchorages does not include structural steels sheet and strip; and
This specification covers the strength of seats and of tubular products.
their anchorages for motor vehicles for carrying 779. US ISO 630-2:2011, Structural steels — Part 2:
passengers. Technical delivery conditions for structural steels
774. US EAS 565:2006, Road vehicles — Spark-plugs for general purposes
— Test methods and requirements This part of US ISO 630 specifies qualities for steels
This Uganda Standard specifies the test methods and for general structural use. This part of US ISO 630
requirements for the mechanical and electrical applies to steel plates rolled on a reversing mill, wide
performance of spark-plugs for use with spark ignition flats, hot-rolled sections and bars, which are used in
engines. (This Uganda Standard is an adoption of the the as-delivered condition and normally intended for
East African Standard 565:2006). welded or bolted structures. This part of US ISO 630
775. US EAS 566:2008, Road vehicles — Spark-plugs does not include structural steels sheet and strip; and
— Terminals tubular products.
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions of the 780. US ISO 630-3:2012, Structural steels — Part 3:
solid post terminals and threaded terminals for spark- Technical delivery conditions for fine-grain
plugs for use with spark ignition engines structural steels

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This part of US ISO 630 specifies requirements for coil, sheet for on-site-formed applications (e.g.
flat and long products of hot-rolled weldable fine- standing seam roofs, roll cap).
grain structural steels in the as-rolled (for SG grades 784. US 646:2006 Roofing products from metal sheet
only), normalized/normalized-rolled and — Fully supported roofing products of copper
thermomechanical-rolled delivery conditions. It sheet — Specification
applies to steel plates rolled on a reversing mill, wide This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
flats, hot-rolled sections and bars, which are intended roofing products used for assembly into coverings for
for use in heavily loaded parts of welded or bolted pitched roofs, made from copper sheet. The standard
structures. establishes general characteristics, definitions and
781. US 643:2006 Roofing products from metal sheet labeling for the products, together with requirements
— Fully supported products of stainless steel sheet for the materials from which the products can be
— Specification manufactured.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for 785. US 648:2006 Cold reduced sheet of structural
roofing products used for assembly into coverings for quality
pitched roofs, made from stainless steel, terne coated, This Uganda Standard applies to cold-reduced steel
tin coated or organic coated stainless steel sheet. The sheet of structural quality in grades CR220, CR250,
standard establishes general characteristics, definitions CR320 and CH550 in the classes given in table 1,
and labeling for the products, together with usually without the use of micro alloying elements.
requirements for the materials from which the The product is intended for structural purposes where
products can be manufactured. particular mechanical properties are required. It is
782. US 644:2006 Roofing products from metal sheet generally used in the delivered condition for
— Fully supported roofing products of steel sheet fabricating purposes, such as bending, forming or
— Specification welding. This product is commonly produced in
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for thicknesses from 0,36 mm up to 3 mm and in widths
roofing products used for assembly into coverings for of 600 mm and over, in coils and cut lengths. Cold
pitched roofs, made from metallic coated steel sheet reduced sheet less than 600 mm wide may be slit from
with or without additional organic coatings. The wide sheet and will be considered as sheet.
standard establishes general characteristics, definitions 786. US ISO 657-1:1989 Hot-rolled steel sections – Part
and labeling for the products, together with 1: Equal-leg angles – Dimensions
requirements for the materials from which the This Uganda Standard consists of parts integrating any
products can be manufactured. shapes of sections. US ISO 657-1 specifies dimensions
783. US 645:2006 Roofing products from metal sheet— of hot-rolled equal-leg angles.
Fully supported roofing products of zinc sheet— 787. US ISO 657-2: 1989 Hot-rolled sections – Part 2:
Specifications Unequal-leg angles – Dimensions
This Standard specifies requirements for roofing This Uganda Standard consists of parts integrating any
products used for assembly into coverings for pitched shapes of sections. US ISO 657-2 specifies dimensions
roofs, made from Zinc-copper-titanium alloy sheet of hot-rolled unequal-leg angles.
with or without additional coatings. The standard 788. US ISO 657-5:1976 Hot-rolled sections – Part 5:
establishes the general characteristics, definitions, Equal-leg angles and unequal-leg angles –
labeling and quality control for the products. Products Tolerances for metric and inch series
can be prefabricated or semi formed products (e.g.
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This Uganda Standard includes tolerances on leg  three-phase equipment with a current rectification
length, on thickness, cutting tolerance for length, in the input of the welding transformer
tolerances on mass, straightness and out-of-square (sometimes called frequency convertor); and
789. US 662:2008, Code of practice for inspection and  three-phase equipment with inverter welding
acceptance of audio, video and similar electronics transformers.
apparatus This standard applies neither to welding transformers
This Code of practice is intended to form a basic sold separately nor to safety requirements
reference document for acceptable used electronic 791. US 708:2006 Carbon steel tubes for general
apparatus in Uganda and promote the safe usage and structural purposes
dumping of used electronic apparatus to safeguard the This Uganda Standard specifies the carbon steel tubes
environment. Any contract adhering to these general used for civil engineering, architecture, steel towers,
procedures with the intention of providing such safe scaffolding, struts piles for suppression of landslide
and performing used electronic apparatus should be and other structures.
eligible to apply for certification to this code. This 792. US 709:2006 Carbon square pipes for general
code of practice applies to used electronic apparatus structural purposes
designed to be fed from the mains, from a supply This Uganda Standard specifies the carbon steel
apparatus, from batteries or from remote power square pipes, hereinafter referred to as the “square
feeding and intended for reception, generation, tubes”, used for civil engineering, architecture and
recording or reproduction respectively of audio, video other structures
and associated signals. This code also concerns 793. US 735:2008, Code of practice for repair and
apparatus intended for household and similar general service of electrical and electronic
use but which may also be used in places of public machines/devices
assembly such as schools, theatres, places of worship This code of practice specifies the requirements for
and the workplace. repairers of electrical and electronic machines/devices.
790. US ISO 669:2000, Resistance welding — It provides the essential elements and conditions for
Resistance welding equipment — Mechanical and service points centres or workshops undertaking
electrical requirements servicing or repairing of electrical equipments or
This Uganda Standard applies to resistance welding devices
equipment, to guns with inbuilt transformers and to 794. US 765:2007, Wood charcoal and charcoal
complete movable welding equipment. The following briquettes for household
types are included: This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
 single-phase equipment with alternating welding charcoal that is derived entirely from wood, in lump or
current; briquette form, and that is intended for household use.
 single-phase equipment with rectified welding 795. US 774:2011, Specification for protective helmets
current by rectification of the output of the for motorcycle users
welding transformer; This Uganda Standard specifies types, sizes and
 single-phase equipment with inverter welding tolerances, components, materials and construction,
transformer; requirements, marking and labeling, sampling and
 three-phase equipment with rectified welding criteria for conformity and testing for protective
current by rectification of the output of the helmets for motorcycle users (riders and passengers).
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796. US 775-1:2008, Retro-reflective registration plates 802. US 833-2:2013, Sawn softwood timber — Part 2:
for motor vehicles — Specification — Part 1: Stress-graded structural timber and timber for
Blanks (metal) frame wall construction — Specification
This part of US 775 specifies requirements for the This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for three
type of blank intended for use in the production of the stress grades of visually graded structural timber and
embossed registration plates that are covered by US three stress grades of mechanically graded structural
775-2. timber (including finger-jointed structural timber).
797. US 775-2:2008, Retro-reflective registration plates 803. US 833-3:2013, Sawn softwood timber — Part 3:
for motor vehicles — Specification — Part 2: Industrial timber — Specification
Metallic registration number plates This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for six
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for grades of timber intended for industrial use. This
metallic registration number plates that are intended standard does not apply timber intended for structural
for use on motor vehicles (including motor cycles and use.
tricycles) and trailers. 804. US 833-4:2013, Sawn softwood timber — Part 4:
798. US 776:2008, Furniture — Chairs and tables for Brandering and battens — Specification
educational institutions — Functional sizes This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for one
This Uganda Standard specifies the basic functional grade of timber suitable for use as brandering and
sizes for seating and tables in educational institutions. battens intended for being fixed against beams and
It does not include any special requirements that apply joists in roofs for the attachment of ceilings and for the
to "special schools" or to adjustable furniture. boxing in of eaves, and for use as supports on roof
799. US EAS 783:2013, Stainless steel tanks ― trusses for the fixing of roofing slates, tiles, wooden
Specification shingles and thatch.
This Uganda Standard specifies material, dimensional, 805. US 839: 2009 Particleboards – Specification
and constructional requirements for stainless steel This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
tanks. resin-bonded unfaced particleboards. This standard
800. US 816:2008, Specification for clay roofing tiles does not give requirements for Oriented Boards (OSB)
and ridges and does not apply to extruded particleboards.
This Uganda Standard covers clay roofing tiles and 806. US 837:2009 Decorative melamine-faced boards
ridges intended for use as roof coverings where This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
durability and appearance are required to provide a decorative aminoplast-faced boards, which are
weather-resistant surface of specified design. This referred to as decorative melamine-faced boards
standard specifies requirements for Mangalore, (MFB) or low-pressure laminates, and are used, for
Marseilles, Roman and Portuguese roofing tiles and example, for furniture and interior work.
clay roofing ridges. 807. US 845:2017, Road vehicles — Requirements for
801. US 833-1:2013, Sawn softwood timber — Part 1: inspection and testing of used motor vehicles for
General requirements roadworthiness (2nd edition)
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for This Uganda Standard specifies the safety, operational
visually, mechanically and proof-graded sawn and performance related characteristics of used motor
softwood timber, for use as structural timber, vehicles and their inspection and testing for
brandering and batten, for frame wall construction and roadworthiness.
for structural purposes derived from the trees of genus
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808. US 849:2011, Specification for industrial purposes including internal and external
stabilized soil blocks plumbing, air conditioning, heating installations,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for Chemical, Natural Gas, LPG and chemical
stabilized soil blocks using cement and/or lime for transportation. This specification includes a system of
usein general construction. nomenclature for PE-AL-PE pipes, the requirements
809. US 895-1:2011, Specification for and test methods for materials, the dimensions and
expanded metal — Part 1: Sheets and plates strengths of finished pipe, adhesion test and the burst
This Uganda Standard covers expanded metal sheets and sustained pressure performance test along with
or plates for general use. requirements and methods for marking. This
810. US 895-2:2011, Specification for specification excludes fittings and connectors.
expanded metal — Part 2: Building products 814. US 928-1:2012, Threaded
This Uganda Standard covers eight types of building unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U)
product made from expanded metal and intended for water well filter pipes and casings — Part 1:
use as a plaster base or as a reinforcing medium for DN 35 to DN 100 Pipes with Whitworth pipe
brickwork. thread
811. US 898-1:2011, Polypropylene (PP) This Uganda Standard specifies dimensions and
pipes — Dimensions requirements for DN 35 to DN 100 unplasticized
This Uganda Standard specifies dimensions and polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U) filter pipes and casings
tolerances for seamless pipes of circular cross section, with Whitworth pipe thread for use in well
made from homopolymer polypropylene (PP-H 100), construction.
block copolymer polypropylene (PP-B 80) or random 815. US 928-2:2012, Threaded
copolymer polypropylene (PP-R 80). It covers all unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U)
available types of polypropylene pipes for all possible water well filter pipes and casings — Part 2:
applications. DN 100 to DN 200 pipes with trapezoidal
812. US 898-2 :2011, Types 1, 2 and 3 thread
Polypropylene (PP) pipes — Part 2: General This Uganda Standard specifies dimensions and
quality requirements and testing requirements for DN 100 to DN 200 unplasticized
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and the polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U) filter pipes and casings
relevant methods of test for seamless pipes of circular with trapezoidal thread for use in well construction.
cross section made from propylene homo polymers 816. US 928-3:2012, Threaded
(PP-H) (type 1), thermoplastic propylene impact unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U)
copolymers (PP-B) (type 2) or thermoplastic water well filter pipes and casings — Part 3:
propylene random copolymers (type 3). DN 250 to DN 400 pipes with trapezoidal
813. US 927:2011, thread
Polyethylene/aluminium/ polyethylene (PE- This Uganda Standard specifies dimensions and
AL-PE) and polyethylene-RT/aluminium/ requirements for DN 250 to DN 400 unplasticized
polyethylene-RT (PERT-AL-PERT) composite polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U) filter pipes and casings
pressure pipes — Specification with trapezoidal thread for use in well construction.
This Uganda Standard covers a coextruded 817. US 945-1:2012, Pre-insulated flexible
polyethylene composite pressure pipe ranging from 12 pipe systems — Part.1: Classification, general
mm to 110 mm in diameter. These pipes are used for requirements and methods of test
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This Uganda Standard specifies the classification, This Uganda Standard specifies the sizes of rubber and
general requirements and methods of test for flexible, plastics hoses and the minimum and maximum inside
pre-insulated, directly buried district heating pipe diameters permitted for each hose size. For this
systems. Depending on the pipe assembly, this purpose, hoses are divided into four types according to
standard can be used for maximum operating the process by which they are manufactured. The
temperatures of 95 °C to 140 °C and operating standard also specifies tolerances on cut-to-length
pressures of 6 bar to 25 bar. The pipe systems are rubber and plastics hoses for industrial and automotive
designed for a lifetime of 30 years. For pipe systems applications. This standard is intended to be used with
with plastic service pipes, the respective temperature the relevant hoses product standard unless there is
profiles are defined in US 945-2. justification for using a different hose size or unless a
818. US 945-2:2012, Pre-insulated flexible hose size needs a different inside-diameter range for a
pipe systems – Part 2: Non bonded system particular application
with plastic service pipes — Requirements and 822. US ISO 1401:1999, Rubber hoses for
methods of test agricultural spraying
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for three
methods of test for flexible, pre-insulated, direct types of flexible rubber hose for pressure spraying of
buried district heating pipes with plastic service pipes agropharmaceutical and/or fertilizer products within a
and no bonding between the layers of the pipes. This temperature range of –10 °C to + 60 °C
standard is valid for maximum operating temperatures 823. US ISO 1403:2005, Rubber hoses,
of 95 °C and maximum operating pressures up to 10 textile-reinforced, for general-purpose water
bar for a design lifetime of at least 30 years. This applications — Specification
standard does not cover surveillance systems. This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
819. US 970-2:2012, Agglomerated stone- three types of general-purpose textile-reinforced
slabs and cut-to-size product — Part 2: rubber water hose with an operating temperature range
Product requirements of −25 °C to +70 °C and a maximum working pressure
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for slabs of up to 25 bar.These hoses are not intended to be used
and cut-to-size product of agglomerated stone which for conveyance of potable (drinking) water, for
are made for use as vanity, kitchen tops and other washing-machine inlets, as firefighting hoses, for
similar uses in furnishing and modular tiles of special agricultural machines or as collapsible water
agglomerated stone which are made for use as flooring hoses. These hoses may be used with additives which
and stairs for internal and external uses, fixed by lower the freezing point of wate
mortar or adhesives. 824. US ISO 1436:2009, Rubber hoses
820. US ISO 1089:1980, Electrode taper and hose assemblies — Wire-braid-reinforced
fits for spot welding equipment — Dimensions hydraulic types for oil-based or water-based
This Uganda Standard lays down the taper dimensions fluids — Specification
and tolerances of electrode taper fits for spot welding This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for six
electrode, electrode adaptors, electrode holders and types of wire-braid-reinforced hose and hose assembly
similar parts. of nominal size from 5 to 51 plus, for one of the five
821. US ISO 1307:2006, Rubber and types (type R2ATS), nominal size 63. They are
plastics hoses — Hose sizes, minimum and suitable for use with water-based hydraulic fluids
maximum inside diameters, and tolerances on HFC, HFAE, HFAS and HFB as defined in ISO 6743-
cut-to-length hoses 4 at temperatures ranging from to −40 °C to +60 °C or

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oil-based hydraulic fluids HH, HL, HM, HR and HV bare/coated/laminated foil for pharmaceutical
as defined in ISO 6743-4 at temperatures ranging from packaging applications. It is applicable for 0.020
−40 °C to +100 °C. This standard does not include 830. US 1664:2017, Containers for
requirements for end fittings. It is limited to packaging of natural mineral water and
requirements for hoses and hose assemblies. packaged drinking water — Specification
825. US ISO 1461:2009, Hot dip This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
galvanized coatings on fabricated iron and raw materials, dimensions and performance, sampling
steel articles — Specification and test methods and test methods for plastic containers except flexible
This Uganda Standard specifies the general properties pouches, for packaging of natural mineral water and
of coatings and test methods for coatings applied by packaged drinking water.
dipping fabricated iron and steel articles (including 831. US 1666:2017, Polystyrene — Safe use
certain castings) in a zinc melt (containing not more in contact with foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals
than 2 % of other metals). and drinking water — Specification
826. US 1560:2013, Rotational moulded This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
polyethylene water storage tank — sampling and test methods for polystyrene (crystal and
Specification high impact) materials for the manufacture of plastic
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and items used in contact with foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals
methods of sampling and test for rotational moulded and drinking water. This standard does not cover
polyethylene water storage tanks (closed and open top requirements of a packaging media for a particular
tank). This standard is not applicable to underground foodstuff and drinking water other than toxicological
tanks and mobile water tanks and horizontal considerations.
cylindrical water tanks
832. US 1668:2017, Polyethylene — Safe
827. US 1566:2017, Pressed steel tanks —
use in contact with foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals
Specification
and drinking water — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
materials, fabrication, erection and supply of pressed
sampling and test methods for polyethylene plastic
steel tanks for the storage of cold and hot water and
materials for the manufacture of plastic items used in
certain other liquids, under a pressure not greater than
contact with foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals and drinking
the static head corresponding to the depth of the tank.
water. This standard does not cover requirements of a
828. US 1663-1:2017, Aluminium and
packaging media for a particular foodstuff and
aluminium alloys — Part 1: Bare foil for food
drinking water other than toxicological considerations.
packaging — Specification
833. US 1670:2017, Padlocks —
This Uganda Standard covers the requirements of
Specification
annealed aluminium and aluminium alloy bare foil for
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
food packaging. It is applicable for 0.011mm (11µm)
inspection, sampling and test methods of various types
to 0.075mm (75µm) thickness
and grades of padlocks.
829. US 1663-2: 2019, Aluminium and
834. US 1671:2017, Plastic cling wrap film
aluminium alloys — Part 2: Foil for
for food contact use — Specification
pharmaceutical packaging — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the definitions and
This Uganda Standard covers the requirements of
terms, product classifications, marking, requirements,
aluminium and aluminium alloy-
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transport and storage of plastic cling wrap film for This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
food contact use. sampling and test methods for polyalkylene
835. US 1672:2017, Copper and copper terephthalates also known as thermoplastic saturated
alloys — Copper rod, bar and wire for general polyesters polymer materials for the manufacture of
electrical purposes — Specification plastic items used in contact with foodstuffs and
This Uganda Standard specifies the composition, drinking water. This standard applies to polyethylene
property requirements including electrical properties, terephthalates (PET) and Polybutylene terephthalates
and tolerances on dimensions and form for copper rod, (PBT). This standard does not cover requirements of a
bar and wire, sampling procedures and test methods packaging media for a particular foodstuff and
for general electrical purposes. drinking water other than toxicological considerations
836. US 1673-1:2017, Steel tubes for non- 841. US ISO 1728:2006, Road vehicles —
pressure purposes — Sections for scaffolding Pneumatic braking connections between
general engineering and structural motor vehicles and towed vehicles —
applications — Part 1: Specification Interchangeability
This Uganda Standard specifies the general This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements
requirements, manufacturing process and test methods which ensure interchangeability of the pneumatic
for tubes for scaffolding, hollow sections for structural braking connections between motor vehicles and
and general engineering purposes and cold-drawn and towed vehicles. It concerns vehicle combinations
cold-formed hollow sections made from welded or equipped with pneumatic braking systems with two
seamless tubes lines: one control line and one supply line.
837. US 1642:2016, Domestic biogas 842. US ISO 1825:2010, Rubber hoses
stoves — Specification and hose assemblies for aircraft ground
This Uganda Standard covers construction, operation, fuelling and defuelling — Specification
safety requirements and methods of test for stoves This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions and
intended for use with domestic biogas systems. construction of, and requirements for, four types of
838. US 1643:2016, Domestic biogas lamp hose and hose assembly for use in all operations
— Specification associated with the ground fuelling and defuelling of
This Uganda Standard covers construction, operation, aircraft. All four types are designed for use with
safety requirements, sampling and methods of test for petroleum fuels having an aromatic-hydrocarbon
lamps intended for use with biogas content not exceeding 30 % by volume; operation
839. US 1679:2017, Polyvinyl chloride within the temperature range of −30 °C to +65 °C and
(PVC) — Safe use in contact with such that they will be undamaged by climatic
foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals and conditions of −40 °C to +70 °C when stored in static
drinking water — Specification conditions; andoperation at up to 2,0 MPa (20 bar)
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, maximum working pressure, including surges of
sampling and test methods for polyvinyl chloride pressure which the hose can be subjected to in service.
(PVC) and its copolymers for the manufacture of 843. US 1855:2019, Motorcycle rubber
plastic items used in contact with foodstuffs, wheel inner tubes — Specification
pharmaceuticals and drinking water. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
840. US 1680:2017, Polyalkylene sampling and test methods for motorcycle inner tubes
terephthalates — Safe use in contact with made of natural rubber (hereinafter referred to as inner
foodstuffs and drinking water — Specification tube).

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844. US 1867: 2019, Stainless steel milk steel shelving cabinets with hinged doors with or
cans — Specification without the provision of a locker.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, 850. US 1908:2019, Furniture — Steel
sampling criteria and test methods for stainless steel filing cabinets for general office purposes —
milk cans used for collection and distribution of fluid Specification
milk. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
materials, sizes, construction and finish and tests of
845. US 1869:2019, Sickles —
steel filing cabinets for general office purposes.
Specification
851. US 1910-1:2019, Furniture — Metal
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
chairs for office purposes — Part 1:
sampling and test methods for plain and serrated blade
Specification for non-revolving and non-tilting
sickles for harvesting of fodder, grasses, cereal crops,
chairs
among other activities.
This Uganda Standard covers requirements for
846. US 1904:2019, Furniture — Dining
materials, construction, dimensions and finish of non-
tables —Specification
revolving and non-tilting metal chairs for office
This Uganda Standard covers requirements for
purposes.
materials, sizes and functional dimensions of all types
852. US 1910-2:2019, Furniture — Metal
of dining tables.
chairs for office purposes — Part 2:
847. US 1906-1:2019, Library furniture
Specification for revolving and tilting chairs
and fittings — Specification — Part 1: Timber
This Uganda Standard covers the requirements of
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
materials, dimensions, construction and finish of
the following items of wooden furniture meant for use
revolving and tilting metal chairs for office purposes.
in a library: unit book rack; bay guide holder; book
trolley; catalogue cards tray and cabinet; catalogue 853. US 1911:2019, Furniture — Wooden
cards box; catalogue cards work tray; control region shelving cabinets (adjustable type) —
fittings; charging trays; reading room table; study Specification
table; periodicals display rack; chairs; and display This Uganda Standard covers the requirements for
stand. materials, sizes, construction and finish of adjustable
848. US 1906-2:2019, Library furniture wooden shelving cabinets with hinged doors.
and fittings — Specification — Part 2: Steel
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for 854. US 1912:2019, Furniture —
the following items of steel furniture and fittings Composite office table — Specification
meant for use in a library: book racks; book trolley; This Uganda Standard covers the requirements of
book ends; catalogue cards tray; card index cabinets; materials, sizes, construction and finish for composite
catalogue cards work tray; charging trays; reading- office tables.
room table; study table; chairs; book cases; and glass-
front cabinets. 855. US 1920:2019, Furniture — Wooden

849. US 1907:2019, Furniture — Steel wardrobes (adjustable and non-adjustable) —

shelving cabinets (adjustable type) — Specification

Specification This Uganda Standard covers requirements for

This Uganda Standard covers the requirements for materials, sizes, construction and finish of wooden

materials, sizes, construction and finish of adjustable portable wardrobes with hinged doors.

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856. US 1928:2019, Road vehicles — Bus This Uganda Standard establishes general rules for the
body design and construction —Specification classification of plywood by its surface appearance. It
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for bus does not apply to overlaid plywood.
body design and construction. This standard applies to 860. US ISO 2426-2:2000, Plywood —
buses with bodies designed and constructed for Classification by surface appearance — Part
carriage of persons. This standard does not include 2: Hardwood
provisions for persons of reduced mobility. This Uganda Standard specifies the nature and
857. US 2023:2019, Automotive vehicles limits of characteristics inherent in wood and
— Retreaded pneumatic tyres for passenger manufacturing defects enabling the visual
cars — Specification assessment of the plywood for allocation to an
This Uganda Standard provides requirements for the appearance class.
production of re-treaded tyres intended to be fitted to 861. US ISO 2426-3:2000, Plywood —
passenger cars and their trailers used on the road. This Classification by surface appearance — Part
standard does not apply to: 3: Softwood
a) re-treaded tyres for commercial vehicles This Uganda Standard specifies the nature and limits
and their trailers; of characteristics inherent in wood and manufacturing
b) re-treaded tyres with a speed capability defects enabling the visual assessment of the plywood
below 120 km/h or above 240 km/h (limit for allocation to an appearance class.
of below 120 km/h is not applicable for 862. US ISO 2929:2014, Rubber hoses
bias-ply tyres); and hose assemblies for bulk fuel delivery by
c) tyres for cycles and motor cycles; truck — Specification
d) tyres originally produced without speed This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
symbols and load indices; two groups of rubber hoses and rubber hose
e) tyres designed exclusively for competition assemblies for loading and discharge of liquid
or off road use and marked accordingly; hydrocarbon fuels with a maximum working pressure
and of 10 bar (1,0 MPa). Both groups of hoses are
f) tyres designated as ‘T’ type temporary use designed for:
spares.  use with hydrocarbon fuels having an aromatic-
858. US ISO 2398:2006, Rubber hoses, hydrocarbon content not exceeding 50 % by
textile-reinforced, for compressed air — volume and containing up to 15 % of oxygenated
Specification compounds; and
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for  operation within the temperature range of − 30
three types, three classes and two categories of textile- °C to + 70 °C, undamaged by climatic conditions
reinforced rubber hose for compressed air, up to a of − 50 °C to + 70 °C when stored in static
maximum working pressure of 25 bar with an conditions.
operating-temperature range of – 40 °C to + 70 °C, 863. US ISO 2503:2009, Gas welding
depending on the type and category equipment — Pressure regulators and
859. US ISO 2426-1:2000, Plywood — pressure regulators with flow-metering devices
Classification by surface appearance — Part for gas cylinders used in welding, cutting and
1: General allied processes up to 300 bar (30 MPa

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This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for e.g. decorative cork or wood veneers, with or without
single or two-stage pressure regulators without flow applied colours. This standard includes a classification
metering devices for connection to gas cylinders used system based on intensity of use which shows where
for compressed gases up to 300 bar 1) (30 cork floor tiles should give satisfactory service (see
MPa),dissolved acetylene,liquefied petroleum gases EN 685). It also specifies requirements for marking,
(LPG),methylacetylene-propadiene mixtures (MPS), labelling and packing
andcarbon dioxide (CO2),for use in welding, cutting 867. US ISO 3821:2008, Gas welding
and allied processes. It does not cover pressure equipment — Rubber hoses for welding,
regulators having a nominal outlet pressure p2 > 20 cutting and allied processes
bar. This standard also specifies requirements for This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
single or two-stage pressure regulators with flow rubber hoses (including twin hoses) for welding,
metering devices for connection to gas cylinders used cutting and allied processes. This standard specifies
for compressed gases or mixtures up to 300 bar (30 requirements for rubber hoses for normal duty of 2
MPa), and carbon dioxide (CO2), for use in welding, MPa (20 bar) and light duty [limited to hoses for
cutting and allied processes. This standard does not maximum working pressure of 1 MPa (10 bar) and
cover pressure regulators intended for direct use on with bore up to and including 6,3 mm]. This standard
cylinder bundles. applies to hoses operated at temperatures −20 °C to
864. US ISO 3739-1:2007, Industrial tyres +60 °C and used in:⎯ gas welding and cutting;⎯ arc
and rims — Part 1: Pneumatic tyres (metric welding under the protection of an inert or active gas;
series) on 5 degrees tapered or flat base rims and⎯ processes allied to welding and cutting, in
— Designation, dimensions and marking particular, heating, brazing, and metallization.This
This Uganda Standard specifies the main requirements standard applies neither to thermoplastics hoses nor to
of the metric series of pneumatic tyres primarily hoses used for high pressure [>0,15 MPa (>1,5 bar)]
intended for industrial vehicles, including acetylene
designations, dimensions and markings. 868. US ISO 3861:2005, Rubber hoses for
865. US ISO 3739-3:2008, Industrial tyres sand and grit blasting — Specification
and rims — Part 3: Rims This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
This Uganda Standard specifies the main rubber hoses for wet and dry sand and grit blasting,
requirements, including size designation and marking, suitable for use up to a maximum working pressure of
of 5° tapered and flat base rims, with diameters not 6,3 bar and over an operating temperature range of
exceeding rim diameter code 15 for pneumatic tyres −25 °C to +70 °C.
and for solid tyres for pneumatic tyre rims, primarily 869. US ISO 3862:2009, Rubber hoses
intended for industrial vehicles for use on prepared and hose assemblies — Rubber-covered spiral-
surfaces wire-reinforced hydraulic types for oil-based
866. .ISO 3813:2004, Resilient floor or water based fluids — Specification
coverings — Cork floor tiles — Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for five
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for types of spiral-wire-reinforced hydraulic hose and
cork floor coverings made from agglomerated hose assembly of nominal size from 6,3 to 51. They
composition cork supplied in tile form which are are suitable for use with water-based hydraulic fluids
designed to be used with a factory finish and/or an in HFC, HFAE, HFAS and HFB as defined in ISO 6743-
situ finish. Cork floor coverings can be covered with 4 at temperatures ranging from −40 °C to +60 °C and
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as defined in ISO 6743-4 at temperatures ranging from 4 at temperatures ranging from −40 °C to +60 ºC or
−40 °C to +100 °C for types 4SP and 4SH and −40 °C oil-based hydraulic fluids HH, HL, HM, HR and HV
to +120 °C for types R12, R13 and R15. as defined in ISO 6743-4 at temperatures ranging from
870. US ISO 3949:2009, Plastics hoses and −40 °C to +100 °C. This standard does not include
hose assemblies — Textile-reinforced types for requirements for end fittings. It is limited to
hydraulic applications — Specification requirements for hoses and hose assemblies.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for three 873. US ISO 4081:2010, Rubber hoses
types of textile-reinforced thermoplastics hose and and tubing for cooling systems for internal
hose assembly of nominal size from 3,2 to 25. Each combustion engines — Specification
type is divided into two classes dependent on electrical This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
conductivity requirements. They are suitable for use straight or pre-formed rubber hoses and tubing for use
with water-based hydraulic fluids HFC, HFAE, HFAS in pressurized or unpressurized cooling circuits
and HFB as defined in ISO 6743-4 at temperatures containing 1,2-ethanediol-based coolants in internal
ranging from 0 °C to +60 °C and oil-based hydraulic combustion engines for vehicles with an unladen mass
fluids HH, HL, HM, HR and HV as defined in ISO (as defined in ISO 1176) of 3,5 t or less. In addition,
6743-4 at temperatures ranging from −40 °C to +100 this specification may also be applied as a
°C. This standard does not include requirements for classification system to enable original equipment
end fittings. It is limited to the performance of hoses manufacturers (OEMs) to detail a “line call-out” of
and hose assemblies. tests for specific applications where these are not
871. US ISO 3994:2007, Plastics hoses — covered by the main types specified.
Helical-thermoplastic reinforced 874. US ISO 4209-2:2012, Truck and bus
thermoplastics hoses for suction and discharge tyres and rims (metric series) — Part 2: Rims
of aqueous materials — Specification This Uganda Standard specifies the designations,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for contours and dimensions of drop-centre (one-piece)
three types of helical-thermoplastic-reinforced rims for use on trucks and buses.
thermoplastics hoses for suction and discharge of 875. US ISO 4210-2:2014, Cycles —
water, weak aqueous chemical solutions and abrasive Safety requirements for bicycles — Part
solids and slurries, for use in the ambient temperature 2:Requirements for city and trekking, young
range from − 10 °C to + 55 °C. The three types of adult, mountain and racing bicycles
hose are for light-, medium- and heavy-duty This Uganda Standard specifies safety and
applications. The types of hoses covered in this performance requirements for the design, assembly,
standard are not intended for use with flammable or and testing of bicycles and sub-assemblies.
combustible materials, nor with aromatic solvents 876. US ISO 4586-1:1997: High-pressure
872. US ISO 4079:2009, Rubber hoses laminates – Sheets from thermosetting resins
and hose assemblies — Textile-reinforced – Part 1: Classification and
hydraulic types for oil-based or water-based specifications
fluids — Specification This Uganda Standard establishes a classification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for five system for high-pressure decorative laminated sheets
types of textile-reinforced hydraulic hose and hose according to their performance and main
assembly of nominal size from 5 to 100. They are recommended fields of application, including
suitable for use with water-based hydraulic fluids materials with special characteristics, for example post
HFC, HFAE, HFAS and HFB as defined in ISO 6743- formability or defined reaction to fire.

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877. ISO 4641:2010, Rubber hoses and (see Clause 4). This part of US ISO 4642 applies to
hose assemblies for water suction and delivery hoses for fire-fighting purposes intended for
discharge — Specification use at a minimum ambient temperature of −20 °C.
This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum 880. US ISO 4951-1:2001 High yield
requirements for textile-reinforced, smooth-bore strength steel bars and sections – Part 1:
rubber water-suction and discharge hoses and hose General delivery requirements
assemblies. Three types of hoses and hose assemblies This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
are specified according to their operating duty the general delivery conditions of hot rolled bars and
requirements, i.e. their ambient and water temperature sections, in high yield strength steels for use in bolted,
ranges: ambient temperatures: −25 °C to +70 °C; riveted or welded structures.
andwater temperatures during operation: 0 °C to +70 881. US ISO 4951-2:2001 High yield
°C. strength steel bars and sections – Part 2:
878. US ISO 4642-1:2009, Rubber and Delivery conditions for normalized,
plastics hoses, non-collapsible, for fire-fighting normalized rolled and as rolled steels
service — Part 1: Semi-rigid hoses for fixed This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
systems hot rolled bars and sections of diameter or thickness ≤
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and 150 mm in high yield strength steels in the
test methods for semi-rigid reel hoses for fire-fighting normalized, normalized rolled or as rolled delivery
purposes for use with fixed systems. The hoses are conditions for use in bolted, riveted or welded
intended for use at a maximum working pressure of structures.
1,2 MPa for hoses of 19 mm and 25 mm inside 882. US ISO 4998:2011, Continuous hot-
diameter and 0,7 MPa for hoses of 33 mm inside dip zinc-coated carbon steel sheet of structural
diameter. Hoses conforming to this part of US ISO quality
4642 are intended for applications where long This Uganda Standard applies to continuous hot-dip
intervals can occur between the occasions of use, for zinc- and zinc-iron-alloy-coated carbon steel sheet of
example on fixed fire hose reels in buildings and other structural quality. The product is intended for
construction works. This part of US ISO 4642 applies applications where resistance to corrosion is of prime
exclusively to hoses for fire-fighting purposes importance. The steel sheet is produced in a number of
intended for use at ambient conditions in non- grades, coating mass, ordering conditions and surface
aggressive or non-corrosive atmospheres within the treatments. This standard does not cover steels
temperature range −20 °C to +60 °C. designated as commercial quality, or drawing quality.
879. US ISO 4642-2:2009, Rubber and (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US
plastics hoses, non-collapsible, for fire-fighting 649:2006, Continuous hot-dip zinc-coated carbon
service — Part 2: Semi-rigid hoses (and hose steel sheet of structural quality, which has been
assemblies) for pumps and vehicles technically revised and republished)
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and 883. US ISO 5019-1:1984, Refractory
test methods for semi-rigid reel hoses for use on fire- bricks — Dimensions — Part 1: Rectangular
fighting vehicles and trailer pumps. The hoses are bricks
intended for use at a maximum working pressure of This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions of two
1,5 MPa for normal pressure hoses (category I) and series of rectangular refractory bricks. These two
4,0 MPa for high pressure hoses (category II). The series of bricks may be used in conjunction with the
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series of arch bricks whose dimensions are specified in compressed gas systems at pressures up to 30 MPa
US ISO 5019-2. (300 bar) in welding, cutting and allied processes. It
884. US ISO 5019-2: 1984, Refractory also covers use for dissolved acetylene and for
bricks — Dimensions — Part 2: Arch bricks liquefied gases under pressure. It does not cover
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions of two gauges for acetylene in acetylene-manufacturing
series of refractory arch bricks, each with a constant plants
median dimension and one series of refractory arch 890. US ISO 5172:2006, Gas welding
bricks with a constant backface dimension. These equipment — Blowpipes for gas welding,
series of bricks may be used in conjunction with the heating and cutting — Specifications and test
two series of rectangular bricks whose dimensions are This Uganda Standard specifies specifications and
specified in US ISO 5019-1. tests for blowpipes for gas welding, heating and
885. US ISO 5019-3:1984, Refractory cutting of metals. It applies to manual blowpipes for
bricks — Dimensions — Part 3: Rectangular welding and heating with a nominal thermal power up
checker bricks for regenerative furnaces to 32 000 kcal/h, and manual and machine cutting
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions of blowpipes with a cutting range up to 300 mm. This
rectangular checker bricks for regenerative furnaces. standard does not apply to air-aspirated blowpipes
which are covered in US ISO 9012.
886. US ISO 5019-4:1988, Refractory 891. US ISO 5175:1987, Equipment used
bricks — Dimensions — Part 4: Dome bricks in gas welding, cutting and allied processes —
for electric arc furnace roofs Safety devices for fuel gases and oxygen or
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions of compressed air — General specifications,
refractory bricks for use in the domes of electric arc requirements and tests
furnace roofs. The dimensions of special bricks also This Uganda Standard lays down the general
used for the construction of these furnaces are given specifications, requirements and tests of safety devices
for information only. for fuel gases and oxygen or compressed air used
887. US ISO 5019-5:1984, Refractory downstream of cylinder or pipeline outlet regulators
bricks — Dimensions — Part 5: Skewbacks and of pipeline outlet valves, and upstream of
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions of two blowpipes for welding, cutting and allied processes. lt
skewbacks, one for use with bricks of a course height does not specify location and combination of these
64 mm and one for use with bricks of a course height devices in the gas system.
76 mm. 892. US ISO 5182:2008, Resistance
888. US ISO 5019-6:2005, Refractory welding — Materials for electrodes and
bricks — Dimensions — Part 6: Basic bricks ancillary equipment
for oxygen steel-making converters This Uganda Standard specifies the characteristics of
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions of materials for resistance welding electrodes and
basic refractory bricks for use in oxygen steel-making ancillary equipment which are used for carrying
converters current and transmitting force to the work.
889. US ISO 5171:2009, Gas welding 893. US ISO 5183-1:1998, Resistance
equipment — Pressure gauges used in welding equipment — Electrode adaptors,
welding, cutting and allied processes male taper 1:10 — Part 1: Conical fixing,
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for taper 1:10
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This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions and for use in rotary kilns. lt does not apply to special
tolerances of resistance spot welding electrode closure bricks for use in completing circles.
adaptors where the fixing element for the cap is a male 897. US ISO 5771:2008, Rubber hoses
taper of 1:10 and for which the electrode taper fits in and hose assemblies for transferring
conformance with US ISO 1089. anhydrous ammonia — Specification
894. US ISO 5183-2:2000, Resistance This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum
welding equipment — Electrode adaptors, requirements for rubber hoses used for transferring
male taper 1:10 — Part 2: Parallel shank ammonia, in liquid or in gaseous form, at ambient
fixing for end-thrust electrodes temperatures from −40 °C up to and including +55 °C.
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions and It does not include specifications for end fittings, but
tolerances of resistance spot welding electrode is limited to the performance of the hoses and hose
adaptors where the fixing element for the cap is a male assemblies.
taper of 1:10 and a parallel shaft is used to fix the 898. US ISO 5772:1998, Rubber hoses
adaptor to the electrode holder in accordance with US and hose assemblies for measured fuel
ISO 8430-3. dispensing — Specification
895. US ISO 5359:2008, Low-pressure This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
hose assemblies for use with medical gases three types of rubber hose and hose assembly used for
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for low- measured fuel dispensing, including oxygenated fuels
pressure hose assemblies intended for use with the (up to a maximum of 15 % oxygenated compounds).
following medical gases: oxygen; nitrous oxide; The three types of hose are as follows: type 1: hoses
medical air; helium; carbon dioxide; xenon; specified with textile reinforcement suitable for reeling on a
mixtures of the gases listed above; oxygen-enriched drum or hanging in bends; type 2: hoses with textile
air; air for driving surgical tools; nitrogen for driving and helical wire reinforcement designed for torsional
surgical tools; vacuum. It is intended in particular to flexibility, suitable for coiling, reeling on a drum or
ensure gas-specificity and to prevent cross-connection hanging in bends; andtype 3: hoses with fine wire
between systems conveying different gases. These reinforcement designed for low dilation, suitable for
hose assemblies are intended for use at maximum reeling on a drum or hanging in bends.
operating pressures of less than 1 400 kPa. This 899. US ISO 5774:2006 Plastics hoses —
standard specifies the allocation of (NIST), (DISS), Textile-reinforced types for compressed-air
(SIS) connectors to medical gases and specifies the applications — Specification
dimensions of non-interchangeable screw-threaded This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
(NIST) connectors. This standard does not four types of flexible thermoplastic hose, textile
specify:requirements for coaxial hoses used for the reinforced, for compressed-air applications in the
supply and disposal of air for driving surgical tools; temperature range from − 10 °C to + 60 °C. The four
andrequirements for electrical conductivity.This types are classified as light service for a maximum
standard does not specify the intended uses of hose working pressure of 7 bar at 23 °C and 4,5 bar at 60
assemblies. °C, medium service for a maximum working pressure
896. US ISO 5417:1986, Refractory bricks of 10 bar at 23 °C and 6,5 bar at 60 °C, heavy service
for use in rotary kilns — Dimensions for a maximum working pressure of 16 bar at 23 °C
This Uganda Standard specifies a range of dimensions and 11 bar at 60 °C, and heavy service for use in
of basic, fireclay and high alumina refractory bricks mining for a maximum working pressure of 25 bar at
23 °C and 13 bar at 60 °C

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900. US ISO 5775-2:1996, Bicycle tyres connected to water-cooled lugs. The secondary
and rims — Part 2: Rims connecting cables are used for connection between the
This Uganda Standard specifies rim dimensions for secondary terminals of a welding transformer and the
bicycle tyres: it gives only those rim contour electrode holders.
dimensions necessary for tyre mounting and to fit the 904. US ISO 6134:2005, Rubber hoses
tyre on the rim. US ISO 5775-1 covers designations and hose assemblies for saturated steam —
and dimensions for tyres. ISO 5775 covers straight Specification
side (SS) rims, hooked bead (HB) rims and crotchet This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for two
type (C) rims. types of hoses and hose assemblies, low pressure with
901. US ISO 5822:1988, Spot welding a maximum working pressure of 6 bar and high
equipment — Taper plug gauges and taper pressure with a maximum working pressure of 18 bar,
ring gauges made of rubber and hose fittings made of metal,
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for taper designed to convey saturated steam and hot water
plug and ring gauges used for the checking of type A, condensate.
B and C tapers according to US ISO 1089. 905. US ISO 6224:2011 Thermoplastics
902. US ISO 5826:2014, Resistance hoses, textile-reinforced, for general-purpose
welding equipment — Transformers — water applications — Specification
General specifications applicable to all This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
transformers general-purpose textilereinforced thermoplastics
This Uganda Standard gives specifications applicable water-discharge hoses. Three types of hose are
to the following types of transformers for use in specified according to their operating duty
resistance welding equipment:single-phase requirements, i.e. their ambient and water temperature
transformers for a.c. welding, typically operating at 50 ranges:ambient temperatures: −10 °C to +60 °C;
Hz or 60 Hz;single-phase transformers with connected andwater temperature during operation: 0 °C to +60
rectifier for d.c. welding, typically operating at 50 Hz °C.
or 60 Hz;single-phase inverter transformers with 906. US ISO 6361-1:2011, Wrought
connected rectifier for d.c. welding, typically aluminium and aluminium alloys — Sheets,
operating at 400 Hz to 2 kHz; andthree-phase strips and plates — Part 1: Technical
transformers with connected rectifier for d.c. welding, conditions for inspection and delivery
typically operating at 50 Hz or 60 Hz.For the purposes This Uganda Standard specifies the technical
of this standard, the term transformer can refer to the conditions for inspection and delivery of wrought
transformer alone or with connected rectifier aluminium and aluminium alloy sheets, strips and
(transformer-rectifier unit). This standard applies to plates for general engineering applications. It applies
transformers built to protection class I or II according to flat-rolled products with a thickness over 0.15 mm
to IEC 61140. up to and including 400 mm. (This Uganda Standard
903. US ISO 5828:2001, Resistance cancels and replaces US 328-1:2001/EAS 202-1/ISO
welding equipment — Secondary connecting 6361-1, Wrought aluminium and aluminium alloy
cables with terminals connected to water- sheets, strips and plates — Part 1: Technical
cooled lugs — Dimensions and characteristics conditions for inspection and delivery, which has been
This Uganda Standard specifies dimensions and technically revised).
characteristics of secondary connecting cables which 907. US ISO 6361-2:2014, Wrought
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strips and plates — Part 2: Mechanical Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 328-
properties 4:2001/EAS 202-4/ISO 6361-4, Wrought aluminium
This Uganda Standard specifies the mechanical and aluminium alloy sheets, strips and plates — Part
properties of wrought aluminium and aluminium alloy 4: Sheets and plates — Tolerances on shape and
sheets, strips, and plates for general engineering dimensions, which has been technically revised).
applications. It applies to flat-rolled products. (This 910. US ISO 6361-5:2011, Wrought
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 328- aluminium and aluminium alloys — Sheets,
2:2001/EAS 202-2/ISO 6361-2, Wrought aluminium strips and plates — Part 5: Chemical
and aluminium alloy sheets, strips and plates — Part composition
2: Mechanical properties, which has been technically This Uganda Standard specifies the chemical
revised). composition of wrought aluminium and aluminium
908. US ISO 6361-3:2014, Wrought alloys.
aluminium and aluminium alloys — Sheets, 911. US ISO 6362-1:2012, Wrought
strips and plates — Part 3: Strips: Tolerances aluminium and aluminium alloys — Extruded
on shape and dimensions rods/bars, tubes and profiles — Part 1:
This Uganda Standard specifies the tolerances on Technical conditions for inspection and
shape and dimensions for wrought aluminium and delivery
aluminium alloy strip by cold-rolling for general This Uganda Standard specifies the technical
engineering applications. It applies to products with conditions for inspection and delivery of wrought
thickness of over 0.15 mm up to, and including 16 aluminium and aluminium alloy rods/bars, tubes and
mm. It does not apply to semi-finished rolled products profiles for general engineering applications.
in coiled form to be subjected to further rolling (reroll 912. US ISO 6362-2:2014, Wrought
stock), or to special products such as those that are aluminium and aluminium alloys — Extruded
corrugated or embossed. (This Uganda Standard rods/bars, tubes and profiles — Part 2:
cancels and replaces US 328-3:2001/EAS 202-3/ISO Mechanical properties
6361-3, Wrought aluminium and aluminium alloy This Uganda Standard specifies the mechanical
sheets, strips and plates — Part 3: Strips — properties of wrought aluminium and aluminium alloy
Tolerances on shape and dimensions, which has been extruded rods/bars, tubes, and profiles for general
technically revised). engineering applications. It applies to extruded
909. US ISO 6361-4:2014, Wrought products.
aluminium and aluminium alloys — Sheets, 913. US ISO 6362-3:2016, Wrought
strips and plates — Part 4: Sheets and plates: aluminium and aluminium alloys — Extruded
Tolerances on shape and dimensions rods/bars, tubes and profiles — Part 3:
This Uganda Standard specifies the tolerances on Extruded rectangular bars — Tolerances on
shape and dimensions for wrought aluminium and shape and dimensions
aluminium alloy sheet and plate by hot-rolling or cold- This Uganda Standard specifies the tolerances on
rolling for general engineering applications. It applies dimensions and shape of wrought aluminium and
to products with a thickness over 0,15 mm up to and aluminium alloy extruded rectangular bars, having
including 203 mm. It does not apply to semi-finished thicknesses in the range from 2 mm up to 240 mm and
rolled products in coiled form to be subjected to widths in the range from 10 mm up to 600 mm. It
further rolling (reroll stock) or to special products, applies to extruded rectangular bars.
such as those that are corrugated or embossed. (This

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914. US ISO 6362-4:2016, Wrought 917. US ISO 6362-7:2016, Wrought
aluminium and aluminium alloys — Extruded aluminium and aluminium alloys — Extruded
rods/bars, tubes and profiles — Part 4: rods/bars, tubes and profiles — Part 7:
Profiles — Tolerances on shape and Chemical composition
dimensions This Uganda Standard specifies the chemical
This Uganda Standard specifies the tolerances on composition of wrought aluminium and aluminium
dimensions and shape of wrought aluminium and alloys.
aluminium alloy extruded profiles with a cross-section 918. US ISO 6698:1989, Cycles — Screw
contained within a circumscribing circle not greater threads used to assemble freewheels on bicycle
than 800 mm. This part of US ISO 6362 applies to hubs
extruded profiles for general engineering applications This Uganda Standard specifies the thread profile and
only. limits and tolerances for the screw threads used to
915. US ISO 6362-5:2016, Wrought assemble freewheels on bicycle hubs. It is based on
aluminium and aluminium alloys — Extruded the use of the ISO basic thread profile given in ISO
rods/bars, tubes and profiles — Part 5: 68; satisfactory interchangeability with the
Round, square and hexagonal bars — corresponding British Standard Cycle (B.S.C.) thread;
Tolerances on shape and dimensions this has required the use of an inch pitch (t.p.i.);the use
This Uganda Standard specifies the tolerances on of screw thread tolerance grades and tolerance
dimensions and shape of the following: positions given in ISO 965-l1; and the use of gauges
 wrought aluminium and aluminium alloy made to ISO 1502.
extruded round bars, having diameters in the 919. US ISO 6699:1990, Cycles — Stern
range from 8 mm up to 350 mm; and handlebar bend — Assembly dimensions
 wrought aluminium and aluminium alloy This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions and
extruded square and hexagonal bars, having tolerances to ensure secure assembly between the stem
widths across flats in the range from 10 mm up to and the handlebar bend of a bicycle. lt applies to
220 mm. bicycles intended for use on public roads, and on
It applies to extruded round, square and hexagonal which the saddle can be adjusted to provide a saddle
bars. height of 635 mm or more. lt does not apply to
916. US ISO 6362-6:2016, Wrought specialized types of bicycle such as tradesmen’s
aluminium and aluminium alloys — Extruded delivery bicycles, tandems, toy bicycles and bicycles
rods/bars, tubes and profiles — Part 6: designed and equipped for use in sanctioned
Round, square, rectangular and hexagonal competitive events.
tubes — Tolerances on shape and dimensions 920. US ISO 6742-1:2015, Cycles —
This Uganda Standard specifies the tolerances on Lighting and retroreflective devices — Part
dimensions and shape of wrought aluminium and 1:Lighting and light signalling devices
aluminium alloy extruded round bars having diameters This Uganda Standard is applicable to lighting devices
in the range from 8 mm up to 350 mm; and square and used on cycles intended to be used on public roads
hexagonal bars having widths across flats in the range and, especially, bicycles complying with US ISO 4210
from 10 mm up to 220 mm. It applies to extruded and US ISO 8098. This part of US ISO 6742 specifies
round, square and hexagonal bars. the functions, safety requirements, photometric
performance and test methods of lighting and
signalling devices that can be used on cycles.

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921. US ISO 6742-2:2015, Cycles — ISO 4210 and US ISO 8098. This part of US ISO 6742
Lighting and retroreflective devices — Part specifies requirements and test methods for the
2:Retroreflective devices performance of lighting systems not powered by the
This Uganda Standard is applicable to retro-reflective cycle’s movement. It applies to light devices
devices used on cycles intended to be used on public complying with ISO 6742-1. Lighting systems include
roads and, especially, bicycles complying with US lighting devices and power not supplied by cycle’s
ISO 4210 and US ISO 8098. This part of US ISO 6742 movement such as battery.
specifies photometric and physical requirements of 925. US ISO 6804:2009, Rubber and
retro-reflective devices. plastics inlet hoses and hose assemblies for
922. US ISO 6742-3:2015, Cycles — washing-machines and dishwashers —
Lighting and retroreflective devices — Part Specification
3:Installation and use of lighting and retro- This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
reflective devices three types of rubber or plastics inlet hoses and hose
This Uganda Standard is applicable to lighting and assemblies for washing-machines and dishwashers
retro-reflective devices used on cycles intended to be connected to the domestic water supply at a pressure
used on public roads and, especially, bicycles not exceeding 1 MPa (10 bar).It is applicable to the
complying with US ISO 4210 and US ISO 8098. This following types of hose: Type 1: rubber hoses for
part of US ISO 6742 specifies the safety requirements unheated water supply (maximum temperature 70 °C).
and test methods of lighting and retro-reflective Type 2: rubber hoses for heated water supply
devices for fastening devices, control, (guidelines for (maximum temperature 90 °C).Type 3: plastics hoses
maintenance), instructions for mounting and use. for unheated water supply (maximum temperature 60
923. US ISO 6742-4:2015, Cycles — °C).
Lighting and retroreflective devices — Part 4: 926. US ISO 6807:2003, Rubber hoses
Lighting systems powered by the cycle’s and hose assemblies for rotary drilling and
movement vibration applications — Specification
This Uganda Standard is applicable to lighting This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
systems used on cycles intended to be used on public textile- and steel-reinforced rubber hoses and hose
roads and, especially, bicycles complying with US assemblies for use with water-based and/or oil-based
ISO 4210 and US ISO 8098. This part of US ISO 6742 muds, up to a maximum temperature of 82 °C, which
specifies requirements and test methods for the are pumped at high pressure in large volumes in rotary
performance of lighting systems powered by the drilling service and which, when tested in accordance
cycle’s movement. It applies to light devices with ISO 2977, have a minimum aniline point of 66
complying with US ISO 6742-1. Lighting systems °C. This standard applies to hoses which are suitable
include lighting devices and power supplied by cycle's for use at ambient temperatures between − 20 °C and
movement such as generator. + 52 °C, unless changed by a supplementary
924. US ISO 6742-5:2015, Cycles — requirement on request of the purchaser, and are
Lighting and retroreflective devices — Part 5: resistant to ageing and tropical conditions. This
Lighting systems not powered by the cycle’s standard does not apply to hoses which are intended
movement for use with gases.
This Uganda Standard is applicable to lighting 927. US ISO 6935-3:1992, Steel for the
systems used on cycles intended to be used on public reinforcement of concrete — Part 3: Welded
roads and, especially, bicycles complying with US fabrics

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This Uganda Standard specifies technical occupants of a building. It is intended to cover only
requirements for factory made sheets or rolls of those devices which derive their operating power by
welded fabric, manufactured from steel wires or bars means of a physical electrical connection to an
with diameters from 4 mm to 16 mm and designed for external source such as a fire alarm system. This part
the reinforcement of concrete structures and the of US ISO 7240 is also intended to cover audible
ordinary reinforcement of pre-stressed concrete alarm devices capable of giving voice messages by the
structures. (This Uganda Standard cancels and application of specific requirements, tests and
replaces US EAS 412-3:2005, Steel for the performance criteria. This standard specifies fire alarm
reinforcement of concrete — Part 3: Welded fabric, audible alarm devices for two types of application
which has been republished). environment, type A for indoor use and type B for
928. US ISO 7165:2009 Firefighting — outdoor use. This part of US ISO 7240 is not intended
Portable fire extinguishers — Performance to cover: loudspeaker-type devices primarily intended
and construction for emitting emergency voice messages that are
This Uganda Standard specifies the principal generated from an external audio source; and
requirements intended to ensure the safety, reliability supervisory audible alarm devices, e.g. within the
and performance of portable fire extinguishers. It is control and indicating equipment.
applicable to a fully charged extinguisher having a 932. US ISO 7240-4:2003, Fire detection
maximum mass of 20 kg. Subject to local acceptance, and alarm systems — Part 4: Power supply
application to extinguishers having a total mass of up equipment
to 25 kg when fully charged is permitted This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test
929. US ISO 7175-1:1997, Children's cots methods and performance criteria for power supply
and folding cots for domestic use — part 1: equipment (p.s.e.) for use in fire detection and alarm
safety requirements systems installed in buildings. It is not necessarily
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements relating applicable to power supply equipment with special
to the safety of children’s cots and folding cots for characteristics, developed for particular applications,
domestic use. It is applicable to cots and folding cots which could require further tests.
with an internal length of between 900 mm and 1 400 933. US ISO 7240-5:2012, Fire detection
mm. It does not cover rocking and swinging cots. and alarm systems — Part 5: Point-type heat
930. US ISO 7240-2:2003, Fire detection detectors
and alarm systems — Part 2: Control and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test
indicating equipment methods and performance criteria for point-type heat
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test detectors for use in fire detection and fire alarm
methods and performance criteria for control and systems for buildings (see US ISO 7240-1). For other
indicating equipment (c.i.e.) for use in fire detection types of heat detector or for detectors intended for use
and fire alarm systems installed in buildings. in other environments, this standard should only be
931. US ISO 7240-3:2010, Fire detection used for guidance. This standard is not applicable to
and alarm systems — Part 3: Audible alarm heat detectors with special characteristics and
devices developed for specific risks.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, test 934. US ISO 7240-6:2011, Fire detection
methods and performance criteria for audible alarm and alarm systems — Part 6: Carbon
devices intended to signal an audible warning of fire monoxide fire detectors using electro-chemical
between a detection and alarm system and the cells

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This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test and heat multi-sensor fire detectors working on
methods and performance criteria for point fire different principles, this standard can be used for
detectors using electro-chemical cells that operate guidance. CO and heat multi-sensor fire detectors with
using carbon-monoxide detection principles for use in special characteristics and developed for specific risks
fire detection and alarm systems installed in buildings are not covered by this standard.
(see US ISO 7240-1). For the testing of other types of 937. US ISO 7240-10:2012, Fire detection
CO fire detectors working on different principles, this and alarm systems — Part 10: Point-type
part of US ISO 7240 can be used only for guidance. flame detectors
Fire detectors with special characteristics and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test
developed for specific risks are not covered by this methods and performance criteria for point-type,
standard. resettable flame detectors that operate using radiation
935. US ISO 7240-7:2011, Fire detection from a flame for use in fire detection systems installed
and alarm systems — Part 7: Point-type in buildings. This standard is not applicable to flame
smoke detectors using scattered light, detectors with special characteristics, developed for
transmitted light or ionization specific risks.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test 938. US ISO 7240-11:2011, Fire detection
methods and performance criteria for point-type and alarm systems — Part 11: Manual call
smoke detectors that operate using scattered light, points
transmitted light or ionization, for use in fire detection This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements; test
and alarm systems installed in buildings (see US ISO methods and performance criteria for manual call
7240-1). This standard also covers point smoke points in fire detection and alarm systems in and
detectors that incorporate more than one smoke sensor around buildings (see US ISO 7240-1). It takes into
operating on these principles. Additional requirements account indoor and outdoor conditions, the appearance
and test methods for such detectors are given in Annex and operation of the manual call points for type A
N. For the testing of other types of smoke detectors, or “direct operation” and type B “indirect operation”, and
smoke detectors working on different principles, this covers those which are simple mechanical switches,
standard can be used only for guidance. Smoke those which are fitted with simple electronic
detectors with special characteristics, developed for components (e.g. resistors, diodes) and those which
specific risks, are not covered contain active electronic components and which work
936. US ISO 7240-8:2007, Fire detection with the control and indicating equipment for
and alarm systems — Part 8: Carbon signalling and identifying, for example, an address or
monoxide fire detectors using an electro- location. This standard does not cover manual call
chemical cell in combination with a heat points for special applications, for example manual
sensor call points that are intrinsically safe or for use in
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test hazardous conditions, if such applications require
methods and performance criteria for point multi- additional or other requirements or tests than those
sensor fire detectors that incorporate an given in this standard.
electrochemical cell for sensing carbon monoxide 939. US ISO 7240-12:2006, Fire detection
(CO) in combination with one or more heat sensors, and alarm systems — Part 12: Line type
for use in fire detection and alarm systems installed in smoke detectors using a transmitted optical
buildings (see US ISO 7240-1). For the testing of beam
other types of CO multi-sensor fire detectors, or CO

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This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test resettable multisensor fire detectors for use in fire
methods and performance criteria for line-type smoke detection systems installed in buildings, incorporating
detectors for use in fire detection systems installed in in one mechanical enclosure at least one smoke sensor
buildings. The detectors consist of at least a and at least one other sensor which responds to heat,
transmitter and a receiver and can include reflector(s), and in which the signal(s) of the smoke sensor(s) is
for the detection of smoke by the attenuation and/or (are) combined with the signal(s) of the heat sensor(s).
changes in attenuation of an optical beam. This 942. US ISO 7240-16:2007, Fire detection
standard does not coverline-type smoke detectors and alarm systems — Part 16: Sound system
designed to operate with separations between opposed control and indicating equipment
components of less than 1 m; line-type smoke This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, test
detectors whose optical path length is defined or methods and performance criteria for sound system
adjusted by an integral mechanical connection; control and indicating equipment (s.s.c.i.e.) for use in
andline-type smoke detectors with special buildings and structures as part of a sound system for
characteristics, which cannot be assessed by the test emergency purposes (s.s.e.p.) (see in US ISO 7240-1).
methods in this standard. The s.s.c.i.e. is primarily intended to broadcast
940. US ISO 7240-13:2005, Fire detection information for the protection of lives within one or
and alarm systems — Part 13: Compatibility more specified areas in an emergency, to effect a rapid
assessment of system components and orderly mobilization of occupants in an indoor or
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for outdoor area. This includes systems using
compatibility and connectability assessment of system loudspeakers to broadcast voice announcements for
components that either comply with the requirements emergency purposes, alert signals complying with ISO
of US ISO 7240 or with a manufacturer’s specification 7731, and evacuate signals complying with ISO 8201.
where there is standard. This standard includes only The overall requirements of an s.s.e.p., especially
system requirements when these are necessary for concerning audibility and intelligibility, are contained
compatibility assessment. This standard also specifies within ISO 7240-19. In addition to ensuring
requirements for the integrity of the fire detection and compliance with this standard, the manufacturer
fire alarm system when connected to other systems. should also consider the requirements of ISO 7240-19,
This standard does not specify the manner in which national regulations, codes and standards that affect
the system is designed, installed and used in any the s.s.c.i.e. design and usability. For example, some
particular application. This standard is applicable to regulations require certain optional functions to be
systems where the components are connected to available on all s.s.c.i.e. installed within the
control-and-indicating equipment (c.i.e.) and where jurisdiction. The use of the equipment for normal
the components are interconnected by electrical wires. sound reinforcement and distribution systems
For fire detection and fire alarm systems using other purposes under nonhazardous circumstances is not
means of interconnection (for example optical fibre or excluded. This standard can also be used for the
radio frequency links), this standard may be used as assessment of similar control and indicating
guidance. equipment for use in systems where the warning-
941. US ISO 7240-15:2004, Fire detection signal broadcast does not include a voice message.
and alarm systems — Part 15: Multisensor This standard does not apply to systems using only
fire detectors sounders or bells.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test
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943. US ISO 7240-17:2009, Fire detection performance requirements for any special
and alarm systems — Part 17: Short-circuit characteristics are beyond the scope of this standard.
isolators 946. US ISO 7240-21:2005, Fire detection
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test and alarm systems — Part 21: Routing
methods and performance criteria for short-circuit equipment
isolators, for use in fire detection and alarm systems This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
for buildings; see US ISO 7240-1. Means of isolation methods of test, and performance criteria for fire-
or protection incorporated within control and alarm routing (transmitting) equipment (see US ISO
indicating equipment in US ISO 7240-1 are not 7240-1) and for fault (trouble) warning routing
covered by this standard. equipment (see US ISO 7240-1) for use in fire
944. US ISO 7240-18:2009, Fire detection detection and fire alarm systems installed in buildings.
and alarm systems — Part 18: Input/output 947. US ISO 7240-22:2007, Fire detection
devices and alarm systems — Part 22: Smoke-
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test detection equipment for ducts
methods and performance criteria for input/output This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test
devices connected to a transmission path of a fire methods and performance criteria for smoke-detection
detection and alarm system used to receive and/or equipment for ducts (s.d.e.d.) for use in fire-detection
transmit signals to or from the transmission path, and fire alarm systems installed in buildings (see US
necessary for the operation of the fire detection and ISO 7240-1). The s.d.e.d. samples the air from a duct
fire alarm system and/or fire protection system. An and detects smoke in the sample.
input/output device can be a physically separate 948. US ISO 7240-23:2013, Fire detection
device or its function can be integrated into another and alarm systems — Part 23: Visual alarm
device, in which case this standard can be used to devices
assess this function. An input/output device can This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, test
include signal amplifiers and signal transfer in methods and performance criteria for visual alarm
separate enclosures, in which case the requirements of devices in a fixed installation intended to signal a
this standard shall apply. Control and indicating visual warning of a fire between a fire detection and
equipment and ancillary control and indicating alarm system and occupants in and around buildings.
equipment (e.g. repeater panels and fire brigade This standard specifies visual alarm devices for three
panels) are not covered by this standard. types of application environment. It is only applicable
945. US ISO 7240-20:2010, Fire detection to pulsing or flashing visual alarm devices, for
and alarm systems — Part 20: Aspirating example xenon beacons or rotating beacons. It is not
smoke detectors applicable to devices giving continuous light output.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, test This standard is not intended to cover visual
methods and performance criteria for aspirating smoke indicators, for example, on detectors or on the control
detectors for use in fire detection and alarm systems and indicating equipment.
installed in buildings. Aspirating smoke detectors 949. US ISO 7240-24:2010, Fire detection
developed for the protection of specific risks that and alarm systems — Part 24: Sound-system
incorporate special characteristics (including loudspeakers
additional features or enhanced functionality for which This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test
this standard does not define a test or assessment methods and performance criteria for loudspeakers
method) are also covered by this standard. The intended to broadcast a warning of fire between a fire

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detection and alarm system and the occupants of a electrochemical-cell carbon-monoxide sensor
building (see US ISO 7240-1). This standard specifies and a heat sensor
loudspeakers for two types of application This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test
environment: type A, generally for indoor use, and methods and performance criteria for multi-sensor
type B, generally for outdoor use. This standard does point-type fire detectors that incorporate an optical or
not cover loudspeakers for special applications, for ionization smoke sensor, an electro-chemical cell for
example loudspeakers for use in hazardous sensing carbon monoxide (CO) and, optionally, one or
applications, if such applications require additional or more heat sensors, for use in fire detection and alarm
other requirements or tests other than those given in systems installed in buildings (see US ISO 7240-1).
this standard. This standard is not intended to cover For the testing of other types of fire detectors using
addressable loudspeakers or loudspeakers with active smoke, CO and, optionally, heat sensors working on
components. different principles, this standard can be used only for
950. US ISO 7240-25:2010, Fire detection guidance. Fire detectors using smoke, CO and,
and alarm systems — Part 25: Components optionally, heat sensors which have special
using radio transmission paths characteristics and which have been developed for
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test specific risks are not covered by this standard.
methods and performance criteria for components 952. US ISO 7240-28:2009, Fire detection
used in fire detection and alarm systems, installed in and alarm systems — Part 28: Fire protection
and around buildings, which use radio-frequency (r.f.) control equipment
transmission paths. It specifies requirements for the This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
assessment of conformance of the components to the methods of test and performance criteria for fire
requirements of this standard. Where components protection control equipment (f.p.c.e.) (see ISO 7240-
work together and this requires knowledge of the 1) connected to automatic fire protection equipment
system design, this standard also specifies (a.f.p.e.) (see ISO 7240-1) installed in buildings. The
requirements for the system. When the fire detection f.p.c.e. receives signals from control and indicating
and alarm system uses wired and r.f. transmission equipment (see ISO 7240-1), sends control signals to,
paths, the relevant parts of US ISO 7240 apply and indicates the condition of, the a.f.p.e. The control
together with this part of US ISO 7240. Requirements signals are used to initiate automatic fire protection
relevant to wire transmission paths are superseded or equipment, such as pumps associated with fire
modified by those included in this standard. This suppression systems, control doors, dampers, fans and
standard does not restrict the intended use of radio the like.
spectrum, e.g. frequency, power output of devices; the 953. US ISO 7291:2010, Gas welding
allowed maximum number of the components using equipment — Pressure regulators for
r.f. transmission paths within the fire detection and manifold systems used in welding, cutting and
alarm system or one wire transmission path and/or r.f. allied processes up to 30 MPa (300 bar)
transmission path; andthe allowed maximum number This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test
of the components affected by loss of one wire methods for pressure regulators in manifold systems
transmission path and/or r.f. transmission path. used in welding, cutting, and allied processes for:
951. US ISO 7240-27:2009, Fire detection compressed gases up to 30 MPa (300 bar);dissolved
and alarm systems — Part 27: Point-type fire acetylene;liquefied petroleum gases
detectors using a scattered-light, transmitted- (LPG);methylacetylene-propadiene-mixtures
light or ionization smoke sensor, an (MPS);carbon dioxide (CO2).It is not applicable to

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pressure regulators fitted directly to the gas cylinders, This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
as defined in US ISO 2503. four types of textile-reinforced thermoplastics
954. US ISO 7900:2006, Steel wire and collapsible water hoses for general applications for use
wire products for fences — Zinc- and zinc- in the temperature range of−10 °C to +55 °C. Such
alloy coated steel barbed wire hoses are classified into four types, as follows:low
This Uganda Standard specifies the characteristics of pressure, designed for a maximum working pressure
zinc- and zinc-alloy-coated steel barbed wire, with of up to 4,0 bar at 23 °C and up to 2,0 bar at 55
conventional and reverse twist consisting of two °C;medium pressure, for a maximum working
stranded line wires, around which the barbs are tightly pressure of up to 7,0 bar at 23 °C and up to 3,6 bar at
wound, a twist being imparted between the barbs to 55 °C;high pressure, for a maximum working pressure
restrict their movement. The barbed-wire of up to 10,0 bar at 23 °C and up to 5,1 bar at 55 °C;
entanglement has a single line wire, around which the andextra-high pressure, for a maximum working
barbs are wound. (This Uganda Standard cancels and pressure of up to 15,5 bar at 23 °C and up to 7,9 bar at
replaces US 193:2001, Specification for steel wires 55 °C.This standard does not apply to products used
and wire products used for fencing, which has been for fire-fighting or the conveyance of drinking water
technically revised and republished). 959. .US ISO 8066-2:2001, Rubber and
955. US ISO 7931: 1985, Insulation taps plastics hoses and hose assemblies for
and bushes for resistance welding equipment automotive air conditioning — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies dimensions and — Part 2: Refrigerant 134a
requirements for insulated taps and bushes in the This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
secondary circuit for resistance welding equipment, rubber or thermoplastic hoses and hose assemblies
especially for use in back-ups according to ISO 5827. used for circulating liquid and gaseous R134a
956. US ISO 7989-2:2007, Steel wire and (tetrafluoroethane) in the air-conditioning systems of
wire products — Nonferrous metallic coatings automobiles. The hoses and hose assemblies are
on steel wire — Part 2: Zinc or zinc-alloy designed in such a way as to restrict losses of
coating refrigerant and contamination of the system. The
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for operational temperature range is 40 °C to +125 °C
the coating mass per unit area, for other properties and 960. US ISO 8098:2014, Cycles — Safety
also for testing of zinc or zinc-alloy coatings on steel requirements for bicycles for young children
wire and steel wire products, of circular or other This Uganda Standard specifies safety and
section. performance requirements and test methods for the
957. US ISO 8028:1999, Rubber and/or design, assembly and testing of fully assembled
plastics hoses and hose assemblies for airless bicycles and sub-assemblies for young children.
paint spraying — Specification 961. US ISO 8430-1:1988, Resistance spot
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for welding — Electrode holders — Part 1: Taper
four types, differentiated by burst pressure and fixing 1:10
temperature of use, of elastomeric hose and hose This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions and
assembly for use in airless paint spraying. tolerances of resistance spot welding electrode holders
958. US ISO 8029:2007, — General- (type AI without offset and with the facility for cable
purpose collapsible water hose, textile clamping, and where a male taper 1:10 is used to fix
reinforced — Specification the holder directly to the welding cylinder in multiple
spot welding equipment.

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962. US ISO 8430-2:1988, Resistance spot gaseous phase, at a controlled pressure by a regulator,
welding — Electrode holders — Part 2: Morse through a gas supply hose;air-aspirated hand
taper fixing blowpipes which are fed with a liquefied fuel gas in
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions and the gaseous phase at the container pressure, through a
tolerances of resistance spot welding electrode holders gas supply hose; andso-called liquid-phase blowpipes
(type 9) without offset and with a facility for cable which are fed with a fuel gas in the liquid phase, and
clamping, and where a male Morse taper is used to fix where thermal evaporation takes place within the
the holder directly to the welding cylinder in multiple blowpipe. It does not apply to blowpipes in which the
spot welding equipment. fuel gas leaves the injector in the liquid phase, or to
963. US ISO 8430-3:1988, Resistance spot so-called “cartridge” blowpipes where the gas supply
welding — Electrode holders — Part 3: is fixed directly onto the blowpipe and possibly
Parallel shank fixing for end thrust constitutes the shank.
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions and 967. US ISO 9090:1989, Gas tightness of
tolerances of resistance spot welding electrode holders equipment for gas welding and allied
(type C) without offset and with a facility for cable processes
clamping, and where a clamp is used to fix the holder This Uganda Standard specifies the maximum external
directly to the welding cylinder in multiple spot leakage rates which are acceptable for equipment used
welding equipment. for welding, cutting and allied processes. It applies to
964. US ISO 8488:1986, Cycles — Screw individual components which are used in the gas
threads used to assemble head fittings on supply to a blowpipe from the connecting point of the
bicycle forks hose (outlet of the cylinder valve or connecting point
This Uganda Standard specifies details of the screw to a gas supply plant). It does not apply to gas supply
threads used to assemble head races and locknuts, i.e. plants.
fittings, on bicycle fork steering columns. 968. US ISO 9312:2013, Resistance
965. US ISO 8720:1991, Passenger cars — welding equipment — Insulated pins for use in
Specifications for mechanical jacks electrode back-ups
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements to This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
ensure the safety in use of original equipment insulated pins used to pin parts in the secondary circuit
mechanical jacks supplied with passenger cars (as of resistance welding equipment, or other live
defined in ISO 3833), in changing wheels and putting equipment, which need to be insulated from each
on chains. other.
966. US ISO 9012:2008, Gas welding 969. US ISO 9313:1989, Resistance
equipment — Air-aspirated hand blowpipes welding equipment — Cooling tubes
— Specifications and tests This Uganda Standard specifies dimensions and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test tolerances of cooling tubes for resistance spot welding
methods for air-aspirated hand blowpipes. This equipment.
standard applies to blowpipes for brazing, soldering, 970. US ISO 9539:2010, Gas welding
heating, fusion and other allied thermal processes, equipment — Materials for equipment used in
which use a fuel gas and aspirated air (injector-type gas welding, cutting and allied processes
blowpipes), and are intended for manual use. This This Uganda Standard specifies the general, and some
International Standard is applicable to:air-aspirated of the special, requirements on materials used for the
hand blowpipes which are fed with a fuel gas in the construction of equipment used in gas welding, cutting

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and allied processes. Additional requirements on series)for pneumatic tyre rims — Part 2: Load
materials for some equipment are given in other ratings
standards. This standard is not applicable to materials This Uganda Standard specifies the load ratings of the
used for the construction of welding hoses which are metric series of rubber solid tyres for pneumatic tyre
specified in US ISO 3821. rims primarily intended for industrial vehicles for use
971. US ISO 10131-1:1997, foldaway beds on prepared surfaces. Designation, dimensions and
— safety requirements and tests — part 1 marking are covered in US ISO 10499-1; rim contours
safety requirements fitting these tyres are specified in US ISO 3739-3.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements relating 976. US ISO 11237:2010, Rubber hoses
to the safety and strength of foldaway beds for and hose assemblies — Compact wire-braid
domestic use. It also deals with the strength of the reinforced hydraulic types for oil-based or
mounting of the bed to the building structure, where water-based fluids — Specification
applicable. This part of ISO 10131 does not specify This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for five
the properties of the materials or electrical equipment types of compact, wire-braid-reinforced hose and hose
used in the construction of foldaway beds. assembly of nominal size from 5 to 31,5. They are
suitable for use with water-based hydraulic fluids
972. US ISO 10225:2013, Gas welding HFC, HFAE, HFAS and HFB as defined in ISO 6743-
equipment — Marking for equipment used for 4 at temperatures ranging from −40 °C to +60 °C and
gas welding, cutting and allied processes oil-based hydraulic fluids HH, HL, HM, HR and HV
This Uganda Standard specifies the gas letter code to as defined in ISO 6743-4 at temperatures ranging from
be used for marking the equipment for gas welding, −40 °C to +100 °C. This standard does not include
cutting and allied processes, when the full name of the requirements for end fittings. It is limited to
gas cannot be used. requirements for hoses and hose assemblies.
973. US ISO 10380:2012, Pipework — 977. US ISO 11424:1996, Rubber hoses
Corrugated metal hoses and hose assemblies and tubing for air and vacuum systems for
This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum internal-combustion engines — Specification
requirements for the design, manufacture, testing and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
installation of corrugated metal hoses and metal hose vulcanized-rubber hoses and tubing for use in the
assemblies various air and vacuum systems found on internal
974. US ISO 10499-1:1991, Industrial combustion engines. The standard does not cover
tyres and rims — Rubber solid tyres (metric hoses used for direct power-brake actuation in trucks
series)or pneumatic tyre rims — Part 1: and trailers, nor for air intakes and ducting within the
Designation, dimensions and marking passenger compartment. The highest-temperature
This Uganda Standard specifies the main hoses are generally used for turbocharger applications.
requirements, including designations, dimensions and All hoses and tubing remain serviceable down to - 40
markings, of the metric series of rubber solid tyres for “C.
pneumatic tyre rims primarily intended for industrial 978. US ISO 11425:1996, Rubber hoses
machines for use on prepared surfaces. Rim contours and hose assemblies for automobile power
fitting these tyres will be specified in a future part of steering systems — Specification
ISO 3739. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for five
975. US ISO 10499-2:1998, Industrial types of hose and hose assembly used in automobile
tyres and rims — Rubber solid tyres (metric power-steering systems, the five types differing in

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their pressure ratings and volumetric expansion. They welding in accordance with US ISO 14112;air-
are for use with fluids in the temperature range - 40 “C aspirated blowpipes for welding and allied
to + 135 “C. This standard is based on performance processes;miniature welding such as jewellery work,
tests and, in order to take account of technological dental work excluding acetylene applications; andarc
developments, no requirements are included for welding with shielding gas.
specific materials, detailed construction or 984. US ISO 12540:2017, Glass in
manufacturing methods. building — Tempered soda lime silicate safety
979. US ISO 11530:1993, Road vehicles — glass
Hydraulic jacks — Specifications This Uganda Standard covers product definitions,
This Uganda Standard specifies design and safety product characteristics, i.e. tolerances, flatness,
requirements, and test methods for hydraulic jacks for edgework, etc., fracture characteristics, including
road vehicles, used for changing wheels and putting fragmentation, and the physical and mechanical
on chains. characteristics of flat tempered soda lime silicate
980. US ISO 11601:2008 Firefighting — safety glass for use in buildings.
Wheeled fire extinguishers — Performance 985. US ISO 12821: 2013, Glass
and construction packaging — 26 H 180 crown finish —
This Uganda Standard specifies the principal Dimensions
requirements intended to ensure the safety, reliability This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions of the
and performance of wheeled fire extinguishers. 26-mm-tall crown finish for glass bottles containing
981. US ISO 11602-1:2000, Fire beverages. The tall crown finish is designed to use a
protection — Portable and wheeled fire metal crown closure.
extinguishers — Part 1: Selection and 986. US ISO 13006:2012, Ceramic tiles —
installation Definitions, classification, characteristics and
This part of US ISO 11602 gives requirements for the marking
selection and installation of portable and wheeled fire This Uganda Standard defines terms and establishes
extinguishers. It should be used in conjunction with classifications, characteristics and marking
US ISO 11602-2. requirements for ceramic tiles of the best commercial
982. US ISO 11602-2:2000 Fire protection quality (first quality). This International Standard is
— Portable and wheeled fire extinguishers — not applicable to tiles made by other than normal
Part 2: Inspection and maintenance processes of extrusion or dry pressing. It is not
This part of US ISO 11602 specifies the inspection, applicable to decorative accessories or trim such as
maintenance, and periodic testing of portable and edges, corners, skirting, capping, coves, beads, steps,
wheeled fire extinguishers. curved tiles and other accessory pieces or mosaics (i.e.
983. US ISO 12170:1996, Gas welding any piece that can fit into an area of 49 cm2). (This
equipment — Thermoplastic hoses for welding Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US EAS
and allied processes 421:2005, Ceramic tiles — Definitions, classification,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and characteristics and marking, which has been
relevant methods of measurement and testing of two technically revised and republished).
types of thermoplastic hoses with maximum design 987. US ISO 13007-1:2010, Ceramic tiles
working pressure of 1 MPa and of 2 MPa, used for — Grouts and adhesives — Part 1: Terms,
flexible gas supply lines in specific fields of definitions and specifications for adhesives (2nd
application as follows:small kits for brazing and Edition)

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This Uganda Standard defines terms concerning the digital records can be active or residing in a
products, working methods and application properties repository. These procedures do not comprehensively
for ceramic tile adhesives. It specifies values of cover backup systems; preservation of digital records;
performance requirements for all ceramic tile functionality of trusted digital repositories; the process
adhesives [cementitious (C), dispersion (D) and of converting analogue formats to digital formats and
reaction resin (R) adhesives]. This part of US ISO vice versa.
13007 is applicable to ceramic tile adhesives for
internal and external tile installations on walls and 990. US ISO 13106:2014, Plastics — Blow-moulded

floors. It is not applicable to criteria or polypropylene containers for packaging of liquid

recommendations for the design and installation of foodstuffs

ceramic tiles. (This Uganda Standard cancels and This Uganda Standard provides the requirements of

replaces US ISO 13007-1:2005, Ceramic tiles — polypropylene resins intended for use in blow-

Grouts and adhesives — Part 1: Terms, definitions moulded, round containers with capacities up to, and

and specifications for adhesives, which has been including two litres intended for the packaging of

technically revised). liquids for human consumption. This standard also

988. US ISO 13007-3:2010, Ceramic tiles provides tolerances on mass, dimensions, methods of

— Grouts and adhesives — Part 3: Terms, sampling, testing, and performance requirements

definitions and specifications for grouts (2nd


991. US ISO 13216-1:1999, Road vehicles —
Edition)
Anchorages in vehicles and attachments to
This Uganda Standard defines terms concerning the
anchorages for child restraint systems — Part 1:
products, working methods and application properties
Seat bight anchorages and attachments
for ceramic tile grouts. It specifies values of
performance requirements for all ceramic tile grouts
This Uganda Standard specifies the dimensions,
[cementitious (CG) and reaction resin (RG) grouts].
general requirements and static strength requirements
This part of US ISO 13007 is applicable to ceramic
of rigid anchorages for anchoring child restraint
tile grouts for internal and external tile installations on
systems (CRS) in vehicles. It is applicable to fittings
walls and floors. It is not applicable to criteria or
for the installation of CRSs for children with a mass
recommendations for the design and installation of
of up to 22 kg, by means of two rigid anchorages
ceramic tiles. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
positioned in the seat bight area, in passenger
replaces US ISO 13007-3:2004, Ceramic tiles —
carrying vehicles.
Grouts and adhesives — Part 3: Terms, definitions
and specifications for grouts, which has been 992. US ISO 13216-2:2004, Road vehicles —
technically revised). Anchorages in vehicles and attachments to
989. US ISO 13008:2012, Information and anchorages for child restraint systems — Part 2:
documentation — Digital records conversion and Top tether anchorages and attachments
migration process Scope: This Uganda Standard establishes the
This Uganda Standard specifies the planning issues, positioning zones, dimensions and general and static-
requirements and procedures for the conversion and/or strength requirements for top tether anchorages used
migration of digital records (which includes digital together with seat bight anchorages according to ISO
objects plus metadata) in order to preserve the 13216-1 or with other systems for anchoring child
authenticity, reliability, integrity and usability of such restraint systems (CRS) in road vehicles. It is
records as evidence of business transactions. These

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applicable to child restraint systems intended for compressed oxygen, air or an air/oxygen mixture for
children with a mass of up to 22 kg. combustion. It is applicable to appliances which use
gases contained in refillable containers having a
993. US ISO 13216-3:2006, Road vehicles —
maximum water capacity of 5 litres, or in disposable
Anchorages in vehicles and attachments to
containers with maximum water capacity of 1 litre. It
anchorages for child restraint systems — Part 3:
is not applicable to the following: appliances using
Classification of child restraint dimensions and
acetylene or hydrogen as combustible gas;air-aspirated
space in vehicle
appliances;appliances working with an oxygen
This Uganda Standard classifies the spatial
generator; andappliances working by electrolysis.
requirements in a vehicle to enable a child restraint
996. US ISO 14113:2013, Gas welding
system (CRS) to be conveniently mounted. It also
equipment — Rubber and plastics hose and
specifies the dimensions of child restraint systems, in
hose assemblies for use with industrial gases
order to ensure that they will fit in vehicles.
up to 450 bar (45 MPa)
994. US ISO 13363:2004, Rubber and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
plastics hoses for marine engine wet-exhaust rubber and plastics hose and hose assemblies for use
systems — Specification with compressed, liquefied, and dissolved gases up to
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for three a maximum working pressure of 450 bar (45 MPa),
types and two classes of hose. The hoses are intended within the ambient temperature range of −20 °C to
for use in marine-engine wet-exhaust systems (where +60 °C. This standard applies to hose assemblies used
the exhaust gases are mixed with the discharge of to connect industrial gas cylinders to manifolds or
cooling water).The three types are:type 1: a softwall bundles prior to any pressure reduction stage. This
hose, made of oil-resistant material, with a synthetic- standard does not cover rubber or thermoplastic hoses
fabric reinforcement;type 2: a hardwall hose, made of for welding, cutting, and allied processes (see US ISO
oil-resistant material, with a synthetic-fabric 3821 and US ISO 12170). This standard does not
reinforcement with a helical wire embedded in it; apply to refrigerated liquefied gases or to liquefied
andtype 3: a hose or tube (flexible connector), made of petroleum gases (LPG).
oil-resistant material, with or without a reinforcement 997. US ISO 14114:1999, Gas welding
or cover, intended for use in short lengths in locations equipment — Acetylene manifold systems for
where the connector is protected from mechanical welding, cutting and allied processes —
damage.The two classes are:class A intended for General requirements
diesel engines; andclass B intended for petrol engines, This Uganda Standard is applicable to acetylene
and for diesel engines with a very high exhaust cylinder manifold systems extending from the cylinder
temperature valve or the bundle outlet connections to the
995. US ISO 14112:1996, Gas welding connection of the flame arrestor. It specifies
equipment — Small kits for gas brazing and requirements for design, materials and testing of
welding cylinder manifold systems for the supply of acetylene
This Uganda Standard specifies safety requirements for use in welding, cutting and allied processes. This
for the construction of small kits for brazing, soldering standard applies to acetylene cylinder manifold
and welding for non-professional use. This standard is systems in which up to 16 acetylene single cylinders
applicable to appliances whose welding equipment is or two acetylene bundles are coupled for collective gas
completely set up in the factory and which use a withdrawal.
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998. US ISO 14373:2006, Resistance This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
welding — Procedure for spot welding of the design, manufacture and testing of four principal
uncoated and coated low carbon steels types of stripwound metal hose and hose assemblies,
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for of which only one type is for pressure applications.
resistance spot welding in the fabrication of The four are: single overlap, unpacked and packed;
assemblies of uncoated and metallic coated low double overlap, unpacked and packed, the last of these
carbon steel, comprising two or three sheets of metal, having maximum allowable pressures of up to 40 bar.
where the maximum single sheet thickness of These hoses and hose assemblies may be supplied in
components to be welded is within the range 0,4 mm nominal sizes from DN 6 to DN 500 and may operate
to 3 mm, for the following materials: at temperatures up to 600 °C dependent on materials
 uncoated steels; of construction
 hot-dip zinc or iron-zinc alloy (galvannealed) 1001. US ISO 15615:2013, Gas welding
coated steel; equipment — Acetylene manifold systems for
 electrolytic zinc, zinc-iron, or zinc-nickel coated welding, cutting and allied processes — Safety
steel; requirements in high-pressure devices
 aluminium coated steel; ad This Uganda Standard establishes the general

 zinc-aluminium coated steel. specifications, requirements and tests for devices

This standard is applicable to the welding of sheets of located on the high-pressure side of acetylene

the same or dissimilar thickness, where the thickness manifold systems as defined in US ISO 14114. It does

ratio is less than or equal to 3:1. It applies to the not cover the high-pressure piping, flexible hoses and

welding of three thicknesses, where the total thickness the regulator.

is less than or equal to 9 mm. Welding with the


1002. US ISO 15763:2002, Road vehicles —
following types of equipment is within the scope of
Alarm systems for buses and commercial
this standard:
vehicles of maximum authorized total mass
 pedestal welding equipment;
greater than 3.5 t
 gun welders;
 automatic welding equipment where the This Uganda Standard defines terms and specifies
components are fed by robots or automatic requirements and tests for vehicle alarm systems
feeding equipment; (VAS) intended for installation within buses and
 multi welders; and commercial vehicles (as defined in ISO 3833) having
 robotic welders. a maximum authorized total mass (code ISO-M08 as
12170). This standard does not apply to refrigerated defined in ISO 1176) of greater than 3.5 t.
liquefied gases or to liquefied petroleum gases (LPG). 1003. US ISO 16120-1:2011, Non-alloy steel
999. US ISO 14557:2002, Fire-fighting rod for drawing and/or cold rolling — Part 1:
hoses — Rubber and plastics suction hoses General requirements
and hose assemblies This Uganda Standard is applicable to wire rod of
This Uganda Standard gives requirements and test non-alloy steel intended for wire drawing and/or cold
methods for rubber and plastics suction hoses for fire- rolling. The cross-section can be circular, oval, square,
fighting purposes. rectangular, hexagonal, octagonal, half-round or
1000. US ISO 15465:2004, Pipework — another shape, generally with at least 5 mm nominal
Stripwound metal hoses and hose assemblies dimension, and with a smooth surface.

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1004. US ISO 16120-3:2011, Non-alloy steel rod for  first threaded joint for screwed connections;
drawing and/or cold rolling — Part 3: Specific  face of the first flange for bolted, flanged
requirements for nominal and rimmed substitute connections;
low carbon steel rod  first sealing surface for proprietary connections
This Uganda Standard is applicable to wire rod made or fittings;
of low-carbon, low-silicon, rimmed and rimmed  safety accessories, where necessary.
substitute steel with high ductility intended for In relation to the geometry of pressure-containing
drawing and/or cold rolling. parts for boilers, the scope of this standard covers the
1005. US ISO 16120-4:2011, Non-alloy steel rod for following:
drawing and/or cold rolling — Part 4: Specific  feedwater inlet (including the inlet valve) to
requirements for wire rod for special applications steam outlet (including the outlet valve),
This Uganda Standard is applicable to steel wire rod including all inter-connecting tubing that can be
with improved characteristics intended for drawing exposed to a risk of overheating and cannot be
and/or cold rolling. isolated from the main system;
1006. US ISO 16438:2012, Agricultural irrigation  associated safety accessories;
equipment — Thermoplastic collapsible hoses for  connections to the boilers involved in services,
irrigation — Specifications and test methods such as draining, venting, superheating, etc.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test This standard does not apply for nuclear components,
methods for reinforced and non-reinforced railway and marine boilers, gas cylinders or piping
thermoplastic collapsible hoses, which are intended to systems or mechanical equipment, e.g. turbine and
be used as main and sub-main supply lines for the machinery casings.
conveyance and distribution of water for irrigation at
1008. US ISO 17165-1:2007, Hydraulic fluid power
water temperatures up to 50 °C. It is applicable to
— Hose assemblies — Part 1: Dimensions and
irrigation hoses with nominal diameters between 40
requirements
mm and 500 mm and working pressures between 0,3 This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for hose
bar (0,03 MPa) and 6 bar (0,6 MPa). This standard is assemblies that are manufactured from hoses that
applicable to two types of hose configurations: conform to US ISO 3949 and to all parts of US ISO
distributor hose (with outlet connections) and plain 1436, US ISO 3862, US ISO 4079 and US ISO 11237
hose (without outlet connections). and hose fittings with elastomeric seals that conform
1007. US ISO 16528-1:2007, Boilers and pressure to US ISO 12151-1, US ISO 12151-2, US ISO 12151-
vessels — Part 1: Performance requirements 3 and ISO 12151-6. This part of US ISO 17165
This Uganda Standard defines the performance contains information of the most important criteria for
requirements for the construction of boilers and the selection of preferred types of hoses and hose
pressure vessels. It is not the intent of this standard to fittings with elastomeric sealing for use in hydraulic
address operation, maintenance and in-service fluid power applications.
inspection of boilers and pressure vessels. In relation
1009. US ISO 18595:2007, Resistance welding —
to the geometry of the pressure-containing parts for
Spot welding of aluminium and aluminium alloys
pressure vessels, the scope of this standard includes
— Weldability, welding and testing
the following: This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
 welding end connection for the first resistance spot welding in the fabrication of
circumferential joint for welded connections; assemblies of aluminium sheet, extrusions (both work-

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and age-hardening alloys) and/or cast material maximum working pressure is governed by the lowest
comprising two or three thicknesses of metal, where maximum working pressure of the components
the maximum single (sheet) thickness of components 1012. US ISO 23560: 2015, Woven polypropylene
to be welded is within the range 0,6 mm to 6 mm. This sacks for bulk packaging of foodstuffs
standard is applicable to the welding of sheets or This Uganda Standard specifies the general
plates of dissimilar thickness where the thickness ratio characteristics, requirements, and methods of test for
is less than or equal to 3:1. It applies to the welding of woven polypropylene (PP) sacks. It is applicable to
three thicknesses where the total thickness is less than woven PP sacks, having a capacity of 50 kg or 25 kg,
or equal to 9 mm. Welding with the following types of intended for the transport and storage of foodstuffs,
machines is within the scope of this International such as cereals, sugar, and pulses.
Standard:pedestal welding machines;gun 1013. US ISO 24011:2009, Resilient floor coverings
welders;automatic welding equipment where the — Specification for plain and decorative linoleum
components are fed by robots or automatic feeding This Uganda Standard specifies the characteristics of
equipment;multi-welders; androbotic welders plain and decorative linoleum, supplied as either tiles
1010. US ISO 20349:2010, Personal or rolls. To encourage the consumer to make an
protective equipment — Footwear protecting informed choice, this standard includes a classification
against thermal risks and molten metal system based on the intensity of use, which shows
splashes as found in foundries and welding — where resilient floor coverings provide satisfactory
Requirements and test method service.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test 1014. US ISO 26986:2010, Resilient floor coverings
methods for footwear protecting users against thermal — Expanded (cushioned) poly(vinyl chloride)
risks and molten iron or aluminium metal splashes floor covering — Specification
such as those encountered in foundries, welding and This Uganda Standard specifies the characteristics of
allied process. floor coverings based on expanded (cushioned) poly
1011. US ISO 23297:2008, Thermoplastics hoses and (vinyl chloride), supplied as either tiles or rolls. This
hose assemblies — Wire or synthetic yarn standard includes a classification system based on the
reinforced single-pressure types for hydraulic intensity of use, which shows where resilient floor
applications — Specification coverings give satisfactory service.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for eight 890. US ISO 27769-1:2009, Wood-based panels — Wet
classes and two types (construction with adhesive process fibre board — Part 1: Classifications
bond between layers and construction without This Uganda Standard provides a classification matrix
adhesive bond between layers) of wire or synthetic and related mandatory tests for two types of wet
yarn reinforced hydraulic hoses and hose assemblies process fibre board: soft boards and hardboards. (This
of nominal size from 3,2 to 31,5. Each class has a Uganda Standard is an adoption of the International
single maximum working pressure for all sizes. Such Standard ISO 27769-1:2009).
hoses are suitable for use with hydraulic fluids HH, 891. US ISO 27955:2010, Road vehicles — Securing of
HL, HM, HR, and HV as defined in ISO 6743-4 at cargo in passenger cars, station wagons and multi-
temperatures ranging from −40 °C to +100 °C for purpose vehicles — Requirements and test methods
grades A and B and −40 °C to +120 °C for grades C This Uganda Standard applies to devices for the
and D. This standard does not include requirements securing of cargo in passenger cars, station wagons
for end fittings. It is limited to the performance of and multi-purpose passenger cars, where the seats
hoses and hose assemblies. The hose assembly directly delimit the loading space. This standard

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defines minimum requirements and tests for front and tablets or bars, produced from vegetable or animal oils
rear seats and partitioning or fats or a blend of all or part to these materials. It
does not cover liquid soap for household purposes,
and bar soap, in which synthetic detergents have been
added to enhance its performance. (This Uganda
Standard cancels and replaces US EAS 31:2011,
Laundry soap — Specification, which has been
technically revised).
894. US ISO 32:1977, Gas cylinders for medical use —
Marking for identification of content
This Uganda Standard establishes a system of marking
and a series of colours for the identification of the
content of gas cylinders intended for medical use only.
895. US EAS 64: 2017, Groundnut (peanut) oil for
cosmetic industry — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sampling and test methods for groundnut (peanut) oil
for cosmetic industry.
896. US EAS 65: 2017, Coconut oil for cosmetic
industry — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sampling and test methods for coconut oil for cosmetic
industry.
897. US EAS 86: 2017, Sesame (simsim) oil for cosmetic
industry — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sampling and test methods for sesame oil for cosmetic
industry.
898. US EAS 96-1:2018, Sanitary towels — Specification
— Part 1: Disposable (2nd Edition)
CHEMICAL AND CONSUME R PRODUCTS
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
892. US 1: 2011, National flag of Uganda – Specification sampling, and test methods for disposable sanitary
This Uganda Standard prescribes requirements for the towels (also known as sanitary pads/sanitary
materials, design and make of two types (internal and napkins). This standard does not apply to reusable
external) of the national flag of the Republic of sanitary towels. (This standard cancels and replaces
Uganda US EAS 96: 2009, Sanitary towels — Specification,
893. S EAS 31: 2013, Laundry soap — Specification (2nd which has been technically revised).
Edition 899. US EAS 121:2006 Water for lead acid batteries —
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, Specification (2nd Edition)
sampling and test methods for two grades of laundry This standard specifics requirements for sampling and
soaps. This standard covers two grades of laundry testing water for lead acid batteries.
soap pure and built laundry soap in the form of cakes, 900. US EAS 122:1999, Sulfuric acid — Specification

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This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and standard cancels and replaces US 244:2000/EAS
the methods of sampling and test for sulfuric acid. 154, Standard specification for baby napkins, which
901. US EAS 123:2006 Distilled water — Specification has been technically revised.)
(2nd Edition) 908. US EAS 156-1:2000, Woven bags from natural
This East African Standard prescribes the fibres — Specification — Part 1: Woven bags for
requirements and methods of test for water, distilled cereals
quality intended for general laboratory use, This Uganda Standard specifies the constructional and
photograph washings, etc. performance requirements of woven bags made from
902. US EAS 125: 2011 Safety matches — Specification natural fibres to contain 90 kg load of any type of
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, cereal or pulses. It also prescribes the packing and
sampling and methods of testing for safety matches marking requirements of a bale containing the bags,
that has been packed in any suitable material. ready for dispatch. (This standard cancels and
903. US 126:2003 Specification for Toilet paper replaces US 246:2000 Woven bags made from natural
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and fibres for cereals and pulses).
methods of sampling and test for toilet paper, 909. US EAS 156-2:2000, Woven bags from natural
bathroom tissue and other related products supplied in fibres — Specification — Part 2: Woven bags for
rolls, reels and sheets milled products
904. US 127:2000 National cheque –Specification This Uganda Standard specifies the bag cloth and
This Uganda standard prescribes the general making-up requirements for woven bags made from
requirements for the personal cheque and corporate natural fibres for packing and storage of milled
cheque. products. (This standard cancels and replaces US
905. US EAS 127-1: 2013, Synthetic detergent powders 250:2000/EAS 175 Specification for woven bags made
— Specification — Part 1: Household hand use (2nd from natural fibres for milled products).
Edition) 910. US EAS 156-3:2000, Woven bags from natural
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and fibres — Specification — Part 3: Woven bags for
methods of sampling and test for synthetic detergents sugar
for household use. This standard does not cover This Uganda Standard specifies minimum
machine wash and industrial detergent powders. (This requirements and other particulars of natural fibre
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US EAS bags made from sisal, jute or kenaf for the packaging
127:2011, Synthetic laundry detergents for household of sugar. (This standard cancels and replaces US
use — Specification, which has been technically 251/EAS 175 Specification for woven bags made from
revised). natural fibres for sugar).
906. US EAS 127-2:2014, Synthetic detergent powders 911. US EAS 158:2012, Automotive gasoline (Premium
— Specification — Part 2: Machine wash motor spirit) — Specification (2nd Edition)
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
methods of sampling and test for synthetic detergents methods of sampling and test for automotive gasoline,
for machine wash. It does not cover hand wash Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), also commonly known
powders and industrial detergent powders. as petrol, for use in spark ignition engines, including
907. US EAS 154:2018, Baby napkins — Specification those equipped with devices to reduce emitted
(2nd Edition) pollutants. The standard applies to PMS as
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, manufactured, stored, transported and marketed. (This
sampling and test methods for baby napkins. (This Final Draft Uganda cancels and replaces US EAS

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158: 2011, Automotive gasoline, premium motor 917. US 202-2:2015, Flexible polyurethane foam — Part
spirit, — Specification, which has been technically 2: Mattresses — Specification
revised). This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
912. US EAS 177:2012, Automotive gas oil (automotive sampling and test methods for foam mattresses
diesel) —Specification (2nd Edition) suitable for domestic and hotel use.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and 918. US 202-3:2015, Flexible polyurethane foams —
methods of sampling and test for automotive gas oil, Part 3: Reconstituted foams — Specification
AGO (automotive diesel) as manufactured, stored, This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
transported and marketed. (This Final Draft Uganda sampling and test methods for seven classes (based on
cancels and replaces US EAS 177: 2011, Automotive density) of reconstituted flexible polyurethane foams,
gas oil (automotive diesel) — Specification, which has in the form of blocks, slabs, sheets, or other shapes cut
been technically revised). from these.
913. US EAS 186: 2013, Toilet soap — Specification (2nd 919. US 202-4:2015, Flexible polyurethane foams —
Edition) Part 4: Polyester type — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
sampling and test methods for toilet soap. It does not sampling and test methods for five classes (based on
apply to carbolic soap or specialty soaps such as density) of flexible polyurethane foams of the
medicated soap, transparent soap, floating soap, liquid polyester type, in the form of blocks, slabs, sheets, or
soap or sea-water soap. (This Uganda Standard other shapes cut from these. Each class is subdivided,
cancels and replaces US EAS 186: 2011, Toilet soap according to the hardness of the foam, into two grades.
— Specification, which has been technically revised). 920. US ISO 216:2007, Writing paper and certain
914. US 189:2000/EAS 187:2000 Standard specification classes of printed matter — Trimmed sizes — A
for toothpaste and B series, and indication of machine direction
This Uganda Standard specifies the basic requirements This Uganda Standard specifies the trimmed sizes of
for fluoridated toothpaste for use with a brush in the writing paper and certain classes of printed matter. It
cleaning of natural teeth. It does not include tooth applies to trimmed sizes of paper for administrative,
paste intended for children and non-fluoridated commercial and technical use, and also to certain
toothpaste. classes of printed matter, such as forms, catalogues,
915. US 191: 2016 Petroleum jelly — Specification (3rd etc. It does not necessarily apply to newspapers,
Edition) published books, posters or other special items which
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and may be the subject of separate International Standards.
methods of sampling and test for petroleum jelly for This standard also specifies the method for the
cosmetic use. (This Uganda Standard cancels and indication of the machine direction for trimmed sheets.
replaces US 191:2007 which has been technically 921. US EAS 220:2018, Knitted polyester fabric —
revised). Specification
916. US 202-1:2015, Flexible polyurethane foams — This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
Part 1: Polyether type — Specification sampling and test methods for knitted polyester fabric
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, for apparel purposes.
sampling and test methods for seven classes (based on 922. US EAS 222:2018, Knitted polyester-cellulosic
density) of flexible polyurethane foams of the blended fabric — Specification
polyether type, in the form of blocks, slabs, sheets, This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
and shapes cut from these. sampling and test methods for knitted polyester-

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cellulosic blended fabric for apparel purposes. (This This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
standard cancels and replaces US 360:2002, sampling and test methods for woven umbrella
Specification for knitted polyster/cellulosic blended fabrics made of silk fibres. (This standard cancels
fabric, which has been technically revised). and replaces US EAS 225-3:2001, Umbrella fabrics
923. US EAS 223:2001, Zippers — Specification — Specification — Part 3: Silk fabrics, which has
This Uganda Standard specifies performance been technically revised).
requirements for zippers made from interlocking 929. US EAS 226:2018, Kitenge — Specification (2nd
components mounted on textile tapes. Edition)
924. US EAS 224:2018, Cotton khanga — Specification This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, sampling and test methods for Kitenge. (This
sampling and test methods for cotton khanga. (This standard cancels and replaces US EAS 226:2001,
standard cancels and replaces US 424:2002, Cotton Kitenge — Specification, which has been technically
khanga — Specification, which has been technically revised).
revised). 930. US EAS 227:2018, Knitted cotton fabric —
925. US ISO 225:1983 Rubber footwear, lined Specification (2nd Edition)
industrial, for use at low temperatures This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for sampling and test methods for knitted cotton fabric
lined industrial rubber footwear for use at low suitable for apparel purposes. (This standard
temperatures, to ensure that a sufficient degree of cancels and replaces US EAS 227:2001, Knitted
flexibility is retained to allow for comfort in wear. cotton fabric — Specification, which has been
926. US EAS 225-1:2018, Umbrella fabrics — technically revised).
Specification — Part 1: Cotton fabrics (2nd 931. US EAS 228:2018, Cotton bed sheets —
Edition) Specification (2nd Edition)
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sampling and test methods for woven umbrella sampling and test methods for bed sheets made from
fabrics composed of cotton fibres. (This standard cotton fabrics. This standard applies to finished bed
cancels and replaces US EAS 225-1:2001, Umbrella sheets made from bleached fabrics, printed fabrics,
fabrics — Specification — Part 1: Cotton fabrics dyed fabrics and dyed and printed fabrics. (This
which has been technically revised). standard cancels and replaces US EAS 228:2001,
927. US EAS 225-2:2018, Umbrella fabrics — Cotton bed sheets — Specification, which has been
Specification — Part 2: Man-made fibre fabric technically revised).
(2nd Edition) 932. US EAS 229:2001, Crepe bandages — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for crepe
sampling and test methods for woven umbrella bandages used for surgical dressings.
fabrics composed of man-made fibres. (This 933. US 249-1:2019, Engine oil — Performance
standard cancels and replaces US EAS 225-2:2001, classifications — Part 1: General
Umbrella fabrics — Specification — Part 2: Man- This Uganda Standard covers classification for
made fibre fabric, which has been technically crankcase engine lubricating oils, for automotive type
revised). internal combustion and spark-ignition engines, two
928. US EAS 225-3:2018, Umbrella fabrics — stroke and four-stroke cycle motorcycle engines that
Specification — Part 3: Silk fabrics (2nd Edition) employ a crankcase scavenging system. (This
standard, together with US 249-2:2019, US 249-

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3:2019, US 249-4:2019 and US 249-5:2019, cancels This Uganda Standard specifies performance
and replaces US 249:1999/EAS159, Engine oil— requirements, sampling and test methods for four-
Specification, which has been technically revised). stroke cycle spark ignition engines employing a
common sump containing the lubricating oil for both
934. US 249-2:2019, Engine oil — Performance
the engine and associated drive train (transmission,
classification — Part 2: API specification for
clutch, starter) of motorcycles, motor scooters, all-
spark ignition (petrol) engine lubricating oils
terrain vehicles (ATVs) and related equipment. (This
This Uganda Standard specifies performance
standard, together with US 249-1:2019, US 249-
requirements, sampling and test methods for spark
2:2019, US 249-3:2019 and US 249-5:2019, cancels
ignition engine lubricating oil of passenger cars, light
and replaces US 249:1999/EAS159, Engine oil—
duty trucks, vans and related equipment meeting or
Specification, which has been technically revised).
exceeding API service category SJ. It does not cover
937. US 249-5:2019, Engine oil — Performance
engine lubricating oil for compression ignition
classification — Part 5: Specification for internal
engines, aviation equipment, outboard motors, lawn
combustion engine lubricating oils used in two-
mowers, railroad locomotives or ocean going vessels.
stroke cycle motorcycle gasoline engines and
(This standard, together with US 249-1:2019, US 249-
associated drive trains
3:2019, US 249-4:2019 and US 249-5:2019, cancels
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test
and replaces US 249:1999/EAS159, Engine oil—
methods for motorcycle engine lubricating oils for
Specification, which has been technically revised).
two-stroke cycle spark ignition gasoline engines that
935. US 249-3:2019, Engine oil — Performance employ a crankcase scavenging system and are used
classification — Part 3: API Specification for light in transportation and leisure applications. This
and heavy duty compression ignition (diesel) standard specifies the performance classification of
engine lubricating oils two-stroke cycle gasoline engine oils based on the
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, API classification, JASO and ISO classifications.
sampling and test methods of engine lubricating oil (This standard, together with US 249-1:2019, US
for light and heavy duty naturally aspirated, turbo- 249-2:2019, US 249-3:2019 and US 249-4:2019,
charged or super-charged compression-ignition cancels and replaces US 249:1999/EAS159, Engine
engines, meeting or exceeding API Service Category oil— Specification, which has been technically
CH-4. This standard does not cover engine revised).
lubricating oil for spark ignition engines, aviation 938. US 250:200/EAS 175 Specification for woven bags
equipment, outboard motors, lawn mowers, railroad, made from natural fibres for milled products
locomotives, industrial and marine application. (This This standard specifies the sacking and marking-up
standard, together with US 249-1:2019, US 249- requirements for woven bags made from natural fibres
2:2019, US 249-4:2019 and US 249-5:2019, cancels for packing and storage of milled products.
and replaces US 249:1999/EAS159, Engine oil— 939. US 251/EAS 175 Specification for woven bags
Specification, which has been technically revised). made from natural fibres for sugar
936. US 249-4:2019, Engine oil — Performance This standard specifies the sacking and marking-up
classification — Part 4: Specification for internal requirements for woven bags made from natural fibres
combustion engine lubricating oils used in four- for packing and storage of sugar.
stroke cycle motorcycle gasoline engines and 940. US ISO 269:1985, Corresponding envelopes —
associated drive trains Designation and sizes

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This Uganda Standard specifies the designations and 945. US EAS 296:2011, Liquid household hand
the sizes of correspondence envelopes intended for dishwashing detergent Specification
postal purposes. It does not contain any specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
as to the ways of closing them. liquid detergent for household dishwashing and for
941. US EAS 290-2:2002, Polishes — Specification — cleaning of hard surfaces such as painted surfaces,
Part 2: Floor polish solvent type (liquid and paste) floors, ceilings, ceramic and plastic tiles, and the
This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and surfaces of equipment for machine dishwashing. It
the methods of test for solvent based floor polishes does not cover detergent for machine dishwashing.
(liquid and paste). The standard applies to solvent 946. US 307:2014, Mosquito nets — Specification (3RD
based floor polishes liquid or paste, that are intended Edition)
for use on all wooden and solvent-resistant floors. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for long
(This standard cancels and replaces US 411-2:2001, lasting insecticidal mosquito nets intended for malaria
Specification for polishes — Part 2: Floor polish vector control. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
solvent type). replaces US 307:2011, Netting materials for malaria
942. US EAS 290-3:2002, Polishes — Specification — vector control — Specification, which has been
Part 3: Floor polish water emulsion buffable type technically revised).
This Uganda Standard prescribes requirements and 947. US 308:2001 Standard specification for insecticide
methods of test for water emulsion floor polish for treatment of mosquito nets
buffable type. This standard applies to a buffable This standard prescribes the general requirements for
water emulsion floor polish for general application on insecticide intended for use in the treatment of
vinyl, thermoplastic, linoleum, rubber vinyl asbestos, mosquito nets.
asphalt terrazo, marble, cured concentrate ceramic and 948. US 313:2002 Cigarettes – Specification (Amd
quarry tiles. It shall not be used on wooded, cork or 1:2006)
magnesite floors unless these are properly sealed. This Ugandan Standard specifies the requirements and
Floor polish in this specification is for polishes used methods of sampling and test for cigarettes. The
on floor areas that are subjected to heavy abraise foot tobacco blend of cigarettes is produced from leaves of
traffic and any areas where buffing is desired. the cultivated plant Nicotianatobaccum and N.
943. US EAS 294:2002, Scouring powders — Rustica. This standard does not cover the requirements
Specification for flavour and aroma of cigarettes and cigars.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and 949. US EAS 323:2002, Specification for wood
methods of test for synthetic household detergent preservation by means of pressure creosoting
scouring powder for the removal of tenacious soil This Uganda Standard specifies methods that can be
from hard surfaces and kitchen utensils. (This used for the preservation of wood by pressure
standard cancels and replaces US 326:2001, Scouring creosoting and other methods of treatment with coal
powders — Specification). tar creosote.
944. US EAS 295:2002, Sodium hypochlorite solutions 950. US EAS 326:2002, Copper/chromium/arsenic
for domestic use — Specification composition for the preservation of timber —
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for Specification
dilute solutions of sodium hypochlorite intended for This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for two
domestic use. (This standard cancels and replaces US types of water-borne preservatives containing
327:2001, Sodium hypochlorite solutions for domestic mixtures of compounds of copper, chromium and
use — Specification). arsenic.

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951. US EAS 334: 2013, List by category of cosmetic This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
products methods of sampling and test for hair creams, lotions
This Uganda Standard lays down the list of products and gels based on vegetable oil or mineral oil, or any
that are classified as cosmetics. (This Uganda combination of the above, with fatty acids or fatty acid
Standard cancels and replaces US 442-1:2002, emulsions. It also applies to hair conditioners and
Illustrative list by category of cosmetic products, setting lotions. This standard does not cover hair
which has been technically revised and republished). sprays, hair sheens or hair oils including hair creams,
952. US EAS 335: 2013, Cologne — Specification lotions and gels for which therapeutic claims are
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and made. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces
methods of test for cologne intended for human use. US 487:2003, Hair creams, lotions and gels –
This standard shall also apply to toilet waters, Specification, which has been technically revised and
lavender waters and all alcohol-based fresheners. (This republished).
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 505:2003, 957. US EAS 340: 2013, Nail polish — Specification
Cologne — Specification, which has been technically This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
revised and republished). methods of test for nail polishes used for cosmetic
953. US EAS 336: 2013, Chemical depilatories — purposes.
Specification 958. US EAS 341: 2013, Nail polish removers —
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and Specification
methods of sampling and test for chemical depilatories This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
of alkaline-thioglycollic acid composition. This methods of sampling and test for nail polish removers
standard does not cover depilatories of epilatory type used for cosmetic purposes. (This Uganda Standard
and those having metallic sulphides or stannite cancels and replaces US 486:2003, Nail polish
composition. (This Uganda Standard cancels and removers — Specification — Part 1: Organic solvent
replaces US 506:2003, Chemical depilatories – based, which has been technically revised and
Specification, which has been technically revised and republished).
republished). 959. US EAS 342: 2013, Pomades and solid brilliantines
954. US EAS 337: 2013, Henna powder — Specification — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
methods of sampling and test for pure henna powder. methods of sampling and test for pomades and solid
(This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US brilliantines for general use. It applies to pomades and
507:2003 Specification for henna powder, which has solid brilliantines which are either vegetable oil or
been technically revised and republished). petroleum based but excludes oil emulsions. This
955. US EAS 338: 2013, Chemical hair relaxers and hair standard does not cover liquid brilliantines. (This
waving products — Specification Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 485:2003,
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and Pomades and brilliantines — Specification, which has
methods of sampling and test for chemical hair been technically revised and republished).
relaxers and hair waving products. This standard 960. US EAS 346: 2013, Labelling of cosmetics —
applies to chemical cream hair relaxers based on General requirements
alkalis or thioglycollates, as well as hair waving This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the
(curling) products based on thioglycollates labelling of cosmetic products. (This Uganda
956. US EAS 339: 2013, Hair creams, lotions and gels — Standard cancels and replaces US 484:2007,
Specification Labelling of cosmetic products — General

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requirements, which has been technically revised and This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and
republished). the methods of test for carbaryl dusting powders.
961. US 356:2002 Size designation of clothes - Men's 967. US 363:2006 Household insecticidal aerosols —
and boy outerwear garments Specification
This standard establishes system of designating the This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and
sizes of men's and boy's outerwear garments: covering methods of test for non-returnable, hand-held,
the upper or the whole body, or covering the lower insecticide aerosol dispensers intended for use in
body only and applies to civilian and uniform domestic and similar situations. The insecticide
garments. solution may be that supplied to a standard
962. US EAS 356:2004, Code of practice for inspection formulation or that permitted as an approved
and acceptance criteria for used textile products alternative.
This Uganda Standard prescribes a code of practice for 968. US EAS 377-1: 2013, Cosmetics and cosmetic
the inspection and acceptance criteria for used textile products — Part 1: List of substances prohibited in
products. It also applies to used garments of all types, cosmetic products
sizes and fibre composition. [This standard cancels This Uganda Standard prescribes the chemical name,
and replaces US 502:2003, Code of practice for state and formulation under which specific use as
inspection and acceptance criteria for used textile substance is prohibited in the cosmetic products. This
products (Mitumba)]. standard applies only to cosmetic products and not to
963. US 357:2002 Size designation of clothes -Women's medicinal products, medical devices or biocidal
and girl's outerwear garments products. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
This standard establishes a system of designating the replaces US 442-2:2002, Cosmetics — List of
sizes of women's and girl's outerwear garments substances which must not form part of the
(including knitwear and swimwear) that are classified composition of any cosmetic product, which has been
as: covering the upper or the whole body, or covering technically revised and republished).
the lower body only and applies to civilian and 969. US EAS 377-2: 2013, Cosmetics and cosmetic
uniform garments. products — Part 2: List of substances which
964. US 358:2002 Size designation of clothes -Infants cosmetic products must not contain except subject
garments to the restrictions laid down
This standard establishes a system of designating the This Uganda Standard prescribes the list of substances
sizes of infant's garments. Both the control dimension which cosmetic products must not contain except
on which the size designation is based and the method subject to the restrictions laid down. This standard
of indicating the size designation on a garment label applies only to cosmetic products and not to medicinal
are laid down. products, medical devices or biocidal products. (This
965. US 359:2002 Bed sheets and pillow cases Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 442-
specification 3:2003, List of substances which cosmetics must not
This standard specifies requirements for flat bed- contain except subject to conditions applicable to
sheets and pillow cases made from woven cotton or drugs and conditions laid down, which has been
polyster fabrics or their blends meant for household technically revised and republished).
purposes. 970. US EAS 377-3: 2013, Cosmetics and cosmetic
966. US EAS 361:2004, Carbaryl dusting powders — products — Part 3: List of colorants allowed in
Specification cosmetic products

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This Uganda Standard prescribes the list of colorants used for determining the fibre content of textiles and
allowed in cosmetic products. This standard includes textile products.
the salts and flakes of substances and when a colorant 977. US 434:2002 Specification for files and folders
is expressed as a specific salt, its other salts and flakes This Uganda standard specifies the requirements for
shall also be included. files and folders made of board. The standard applies
971. US EAS 377-4: 2013, Cosmetics and cosmetics to files and folders with or without back intended for
products — Part 4: List of preservatives allowed in housing papers of A4 or smaller sizes.
cosmetic products 978. US 435:2003 Duplicating paper –specification
This Uganda Standard prescribes the list of This standard specifies requirements for duplicating
preservatives allowed in cosmetic products. papers. It applies to duplicating paper for stencil
972. US EAS 377-5: 2013, Cosmetics and cosmetic duplicators using emulsion or oil based inks.
products — Part 5: List of UV filters allowed in 979. US EAS 461: 2013, Hair dyes — Part 1: Aryl
cosmetic products diamine based formulated powders —
This Uganda Standard prescribes the list of UV filters Specification
allowed in cosmetic products. This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
973. US EAS 383: 2013, Synthetic organic liquid methods of sampling and test for aryl diamine based
detergent for household use — Specification formulated powder hair dyes. This standard only
This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and covers permanent powder hair dyes based on aryl di-
methods of sampling and test for synthetic liquid amines which act as primary intermediates in dyes. It
detergents for household use both for general purpose does not apply to vegetable-based hair dyes, metallic-
and dishwashing liquid detergent. based hair dyes and liquid hair dye. (This Uganda
974. US EAS 386:2005, Used footwear ― Inspection Standard cancels and replaces US 489:2003,
and acceptance criteria ― Code of practice Formulated powder, hair dyes, aryl diamine based —
This Uganda Standard prescribes a Code of Practice Specification, which has been technically revised and
for the inspection and acceptance criteria for used republished).
footwear. This standard applies to used footwear of all 980. US 466:2006 Toothbrushes – Specification
types and sizes irrespective of their intended end use. This specification covers toothbrushes of four sizes
975. US EAS 425-1: 2017, Skin powders — and four grades, having tufts of synthetic
Specification — Part 1: Body and face powder monofilaments, and intended to be used manually for
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, general oral hygiene. It does not cover electrically
sampling and test methods for body and face powders operated toothbrushes or toothbrushes with natural
which cover talcum powders, toilet powders, bristle tufts.
deodorant powders and dusting powders, for adult use 981. US 483:2003 Ballpoint pens for general use –
only. This standard does not apply to medicated Specification
powders for which medicinal claims are made. This standard establishes minimum quality
976. US 426:2002 Code of practice for fibre content requirements for ball point pens (refillable or non-
labelling of textiles and textile products refillable) and refills for general use.
This specifies alternative methods for designating the 982. US 488:2003 Skin powders –specification - Part 2:
fibre content of textiles and textile products and for Baby powders
applying this information to made-up products, piece This standard prescribes the requirements and methods
goods and yarns. It also specifies the methods to be of test for baby powders.

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983. US EAS 490:2008, Meter rules and rulers for This standard prescribes requirements and methods of
school and office use — Specification sampling and testing for household washing bars.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for 989. US 653:2006 Disinfectants – Quaternary
metre rules and rulers for school and office use. ammonium based – Specification
984. US 573:2017, Shoe polish — Specification (2nd This standard specification covers formulations based
edition) on quaternary ammonium compounds in liquid or
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, powder form for disinfecting inanimate spaces. It is
sampling and test methods for shoe polish in the form intended primarily for destruction of pathogens on
of paste, liquid and cream suitable for the general floors, walls and other hard surfaces.
application to leather footwear. (This Uganda 990. US 704: 2014; Absorbent cotton wool —
Standard cancels and replaces US 573:2006, Wax Specification
Shoe polish – Specification which has been technically This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
revised). methods of test for absorbent cotton (surgical cotton or
985. US 575:2006 Polish paste for floor and wooden cotton wool) wool for medical use.
furniture – Specification 991. US 706:2011, Non-woven surgical dressings —
This Uganda Standard prescribes requirements and Specification
methods of sampling and test for wax-solvent and This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and
wax-emulsion type of polishes, paste for floor and methods of test for three types of non-woven surgical
wooden furniture dressings; unpadded swabs, padded swabs and
986. US ISO 623:1974, Paper and board — Folders and surgical pads.
files — Sizes 992. US 743:2007, Decorative high gloss paints —
This Uganda Standard specifies the sizes of folders Specification
and files manufactured from paper or board intended This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
to receive either sheets of Paper of the A4 size (210 two grades of air-drying gloss enamel paints for use
mm X 297 mm) or simple folders (without back) or on suitably primed and uncoated steel, wood,
folders or, when possible, files with a very small back; masonry, hard board, compressed fibre board and
not forming part of any particular filing system; and similar materials used in the construction and finishing
not adapted to filing cabinets of a special character. of buildings.
This standard does not apply to box files and transfer 993. US 745-1:2007 Road and runway marking paints
storage cases. — Specification — Part 1: Single pack solvent
987. US 634:2006 Specification for plastic monobolic borne and water-borne paints
chairs This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
This Uganda Standard sets out requirements for the conventional solvent-borne and water-borne paints
evaluation and selection of plastic monobloc chairs for suitable for marking traffic-bearing bituminous or
adults but does not include chairs intended for concrete road and runway surfaces, and makes
bathroom use. It specifies minimum requirements for provision for white, yellow and other colours.
strength, durability and stability of the completed 994. US 745-2:2007, Road and runway marking paints
chair, but does not account for materials, design, — Specification — Part 2: Single pack water borne
construction or the process of manufacture. paints
988. US 638:2006 Household washing bars – This part of US 745 specifies requirements for
Specification conventional water-borne paints suitable for marking
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runway surfaces, and makes provision for white, chloride (muriate of potash) fertilizer grade —
yellow and other colours. Specification, which has been technically revised).
995. US 756:2017, Urea fertilizer — Specification 1000. US 762:2017, Illuminating candles —
(2nd edition) Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, The Uganda Standard specifies requirements, test and
sampling and test methods for Urea fertilizer. (This sampling methods for candles suitable for illuminating
Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 756:2007, purposes. This Uganda Standard does not cover
Urea fertilizer grade — Specification, which has been decorative (ornamental) candles. (This Uganda
technically revised). standard cancels and replaces US 762:2007,
996. US 757:2017, Ammonium sulphate nitrate Illuminating candles— Specification, which has been
fertilizer — Specification (2nd edition) technically revised).
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, 1001. US 766:2007, Plastic basins — Specification
sampling and test methods for ammonium sulphate This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
nitrate (ASN) fertilizer. (This Uganda Standard basins made from polyolefine for domestic purposes.
cancels and replaces, US 757:2007, Ammonium 1002. US EAS 766-1: 2013, Antibacterial toilet soap
sulphate nitrate fertilizer — Specification, which has — Specification — Part 1: Solid
been technically revised). This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
997. US 758:2017, Calcium ammonium nitrate fertilizer methods of sampling and test for solid antibacterial
— Specification (2nd edition) toilet soap. (This Uganda Standard cancels and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, replaces US EAS 766: 2011, Antibacterial solid toilet
sampling and test methods for calcium ammonium soap — Specification, which has been technically
nitrate (CAN) fertilizer. (This Uganda Standard revised).
cancels and replaces, US 758:2007, Calcium 1003. US EAS 766-2: 2013, Antibacterial toilet soap
ammonium nitrate fertilizer — Specification, which — Specification ― Part 2: Liquid
has been technically revised). This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, and
998. US 759:2017, Monoammonium phosphate (MAP) methods of sampling and test for liquid antibacterial
and Diammonium phosphate (DAP) fertilizer — toilet soap. It includes antibacterial (bacteriostatic) and
Specification (2nd edition) antifungal (fungal static). This standard does not cover
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, synthetic hand wash liquid detergents, shampoo and
sampling and test methods for Monoammonium products for specific purposes such as those for
phosphate (MAP) and Diammonium phosphate (DAP) industrial and surgical uses.
fertilizers. (This Uganda Standard cancels and 1004. US 767-1:2007, Safety razor blades and razors
replaces, US 759:2007, Monoammonium phosphate — Part 1: Blades — Specification
(MAP) and diammonium phosphate fertilizer — This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
Specification, which has been technically revised). double-edged safety razor blades used for shaving and
999. US 760:2017, Potassium chloride (muriate of cutting.

potash) fertilizer — Specification (2nd edition) 1005. US 767-2:2007, Safety razor blades and

This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, razors— Part 2: Razors— Specification

sampling and test methods for potassium chloride This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for

(muriate of potash) fertilizer. (This Uganda Standard safety razors with two shaving sides and forms.

cancels and replaces, US 760:2007, Potassium 1006. US 768:2007, Insulated flasks — Specification

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This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for sanitizers. The standard does not cover non-alcohol
insulated flasks and vacuum ware for domestic use based hand sanitizers.
with food or drinks. It also specifies the requirements 1012. US EAS 790: 2013, Liquid soap —
for materials in contact with food. Specification
1007. US 773:2007, Flat and carrier plastic bags — This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
Specification methods of sampling and test for liquid soap for
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and general purposes. It does not cover shampoos and
methods of sampling and test for carrier bags and flat products intended for specific purposes, such as those
bags that are made from thermoplastic materials. This for industrial and surgical uses.
standard covers plastic carrier bags and flat bags, both 1013. US EAS 791: 2013, Oven cleaner and grease
domestically produced and imported for use in remover — Specification
Uganda. This standard covers the thickness and This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
printing requirements of these bags. This standard methods of sampling and test for oven cleaner and
does not cover primary packaging such as barrier grease remover. The standard covers three types of
bags. oven cleaners and grease removers that are suitable for
1008. US EAS 786: 2013, Skin care creams, lotions the removal of carbon deposits, grease, baked-on fats
and gels — Specification and other surface contaminants from industrial and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and domestic cooking ovens, grills, fryers and other steel
methods of sampling and test for creams, lotions and kitchen equipment, but that are not intended for use in
gels for skin care. This standard does not apply to skin self-cleaning ovens.
care products, for which therapeutic claims are made 1014. US EAS 792: 2013, Carpet and upholstery
and also does not apply to non-emulsified lotions and shampoo — Specification
gels. (This Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
339:2006, Specification for creams, lotions and gels methods of sampling and test for a liquid foaming
for skin care, which has been technically revised and shampoo used for both general cleaning and spot
republished). cleaning of colourfast carpets and upholstery that are
1009. US EAS 787: 2013, Synthetic industrial not damaged by water alone.
detergent powder — Specification 1015. US EAS 793-1: 2013, Toilet cleansers ―
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and Specification ― Part 1: Acidic liquid toilet
methods of sampling and test for synthetic industrial cleansers
detergent powders based predominantly on alkyl aryl This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
sulphonates. methods of test for acidic liquid toilet cleansers. This
1010. US EAS 788: 2013, Synthetic detergent paste standard applies to a liquid acid, heavy- duty
— Specification compound suitable for cleaning toilet bowls and
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and urinals.
methods of sampling and test for synthetic detergent 1016. US 803:2008, Kerosene for domestic heating
pastes based predominantly on alkyl aryl sulphonates and illuminating (BIK)
for hand and machine wash. This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for a
1011. US EAS 789: 2013, Instant hand sanitizers — hydrocarbon fuel suitable for use in wick-fed, pressure
Specification vaporizing and other kerosene burning appliances for
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and space heating, cooking and illumination.
methods of test for alcohol based instant hand

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1017. US EAS 812-1:2015, Liquid hand wash — 1024. US EAS 835-1: 2017, Bath preparations —
Specification — Part 1: Synthetic and Part 1: Synthetic detergent-based foam baths and
combined (soap and synthetic) hand wash shower gels — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
and methods of test for synthetic and combined sampling and test methods for synthetic foam baths
(soap and synthetic) hand wash. This standard and shower gels. This standard covers synthetic
does not apply to soap-based hand wash. detergent-based foam baths (also referred to as cream
1018. US EAS 815: 2015, Soap noodles — baths), shower gels (also referred to as body wash,
Specification cream wash, cream shower, bath shower, and shower
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and shampoo), and other such related products. This
methods of test for soap noodles used as an standard does not apply to bath salts, bath oils, bath
intermediate product for subsequent conversion powders, and soap-based bath and shower products.
into a marketable soap. This standard does not apply to medicinal products for
1019. US EAS 816-1: 2015, Synthetic liquid laundry which therapeutic claims are made.
detergents — Specification — Part 1: Hand 1025. US EAS 837: 2017, Avocado oil for cosmetic
wash industry — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
and methods of sampling and test for hand wash sampling and test methods for avocado oil for use as a
synthetic liquid laundry detergents. raw material in the cosmetic industry. This standard
1020. US EAS 816-2:2015, Synthetic liquid laundry does not apply to packaged avocado oil, ready for use.
detergents — Specification — Part 2: Machine 1026. US EAS 840: 2017, Shaving cream — Specification
wash This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements sampling and test methods for shaving creams. This
and methods of sampling and test for machine standard covers two types of shaving cream: Type 1;
wash synthetic liquid laundry detergents. and Type 2.
1021. US EAS 817:2015, Stain remover for 1027. US EAS 841: 2017, Hair oils — Specification
tableware — Specification This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and sampling and test methods for hair oils. The standard
methods of test for a stain remover used in hard or soft covers three types of hair oils as follows: Type 1;
water to remove coffee, tea and other adsorbed food Type 2; and Type 3. Hair oils for which therapeutic
stains, primarily from plastic tableware, by immersion. claims are made are not covered by this standard.
1022. US 820:2008, Scholastic stationery — 1028. US 841:2009, Requirements for packaging and
Specification labelling of tobacco products
This specification covers several types of books and This Uganda standard specifies requirements for
sheets of paper intended for scholastic and related packaging and labelling requirements for tobacco
uses. It specifies the covers, the bindings, the grades of products. It applies to the message content; language
paper and the types of ruling. and design requirements in terms of the appropriate
1023. US 821:2008, Bond paper — Specification location, size and colour.
This specification covers four classes (based on 1029. US 842:2009 General requirements for the
grammage) of general purpose bond paper suitable for production, distribution, publishing and filing
printing, typewriting and for pen and ink writing and of audio/audiovisual works of art
that are supplied in sheets or reels.

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This Uganda Standard lays down the requirements for This Uganda Standardspecifies requirements,
the production, publication, reproduction, distribution, sampling and test methods for water-thinned priming
making available and filing of audio/audiovisual paints intended for application by brush, roller spray
works of art normally distributed in electronic formats or any other suitable method to the exterior and
for entertainment through mediums (carriers) such as interior of soft wood joinery.
Compact Discs (CDs), Digital Video Discs (DVDs), 1035. US EAS 849:2016, Silk (sheen) emulsion paint
Video Compact Discs (VCDs), Audio or Video for interior use — Specification
Cassette and any other storage medium. This Uganda Standardspecifies requirements,
1030. US EAS 842-1: 2017, Hair shampoo — Part 1: Soap sampling and test methods for silk (sheen) emulsion
based — Specification paint for interior use.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, 1036. US EAS 850:2016, Matt solvent-borne paint
sampling and test methods for soap-based hair for interior and exterior use — Specification
shampoo. This Uganda Standardspecifies requirements,
1031. US EAS 842-2: 2017, Hair shampoo — Part 2: sampling and test methods for matt solvent-borne
Synthetic detergent-based — Specification paint for interior and exterior use, intended for
This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements, application by brush, spray or roller and any other
sampling and test methods for synthetic detergent- suitable method.
based hair shampoo. (The standard cancels and 1037. US EAS 851:2016, Matt emulsion paint for
replaces US 1624-1:2015, Hair shampoo — Part 1: interior and exterior use — Specification
Synthetic detergent-based — Specification, which has This Uganda Standardspecifies requirements,
been technically revised). sampling and test methods for matt emulsion paint for
1032. US EAS 844: 2017, Aryl di-amine-based liquid interior and exterior use.
oxidation hair dyes — Specification 1038. US EAS 852: 2016, Air-dried roofing paint —
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, Specification
sampling and test methods for permanent liquid This Uganda Standardspecifies requirements,
oxidation hair dyes which are aryl di-amine based. sampling and test methods for solvent-borne air dried
This standard does not apply to powder hair dyes, roofing paint for use on galvanized iron sheet, zinc
plant-based hair dyes, and metallic-based hair dyes and zinc alloy coated steel.
(temporary). (The standard cancels and replaces US 1039. US EAS 853-1:2016, Auto-refinishing paint —
1623-1:2015, Hair dyes — Liquid oxidation hair dyes Specification — Part 1: Synthetic resin based
— Part 1: Aryl di-amine based— Specification which This Uganda Standardspecifies the requirements,
has been technically revised). sampling and test methods for auto-refinishing paint,
1033. US EAS 845: 2017, Cosmetic pencils — synthetic resin based.
Specification 1040. US EAS 853-2:2016, Auto-refinishing paint —
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, Specification — Part 2: Nitrocellulose resin
sampling and test methods for cosmetic pencils. The based
standard covers four types of cosmetic pencils: eye- This Uganda Standardspecifies the requirements,
brow pencil; eye-liner pencil; bindi pencil; and lip- sampling and test methods for auto-refinishing paint,
liner pencil. nitrocellulose resin based.
1034. US EAS 848:2016, Water-thinned priming 1041. US EAS 854:2016, Thinner for nitrocellulose
paints for wood —Specification resin-based paints and lacquers —
Specification

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This Uganda Standardspecifies requirements, recycled pulp paper serviettes (napkins) in sheet form
sampling and test methods for thinners for nitro- used for hygienic purposes.
cellulose resin based paints and lacquers. 1050. US EAS 862:2017, Facial tissue paper —
1042. US EAS 855:2016, Thinner for synthetic resin Specification
based auto-refinishing paints — Specification This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
This Uganda Standardspecifies requirements, sampling and test methods for facial tissue paper in
sampling and test methods for thinners for synthetic sheet form for facial hygiene.
resin based auto-refinishing paints. 1051. US EAS 863:2017, Paper and board — Cut-size
1043. US EAS 856: 2016, 2-Pack acrylic resin based for general purpose — Specification
auto-refinishing paint —Specification This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
This Uganda Standardspecifies requirements, sampling and test methods for cut-size paper and
sampling and test methods for thinners for 2-Pack board for general use.
acrylic resin based auto-refinishing paint. 1052. US EAS 864:2017, Photocopy paper —
1044. US EAS 857:2016, Thinner for acrylic resin Specification
based auto-refinishing paints — Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
This Uganda Standardspecifies requirements, methods of sampling and test for photocopy paper.
sampling and test methods for thinner for acrylic 1053. US EAS 865:2017, Corrugated fibre board boxes
resin based auto-refinishing paints. for general packaging —Specification
1045. US EAS 857:2017, Carbon paper — Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, sampling and test methods for corrugated fibreboard
sampling and test methods for carbon paper. It covers boxes for general packaging. This standard does not
carbon papers for typewriting and carbon papers for include special treatment measures of the boxes in
handwriting with their respective grades. case of expected contamination of the contents.
1046. US EAS 858:2017, Base paper for carbon paper — 1054. US EAS 866:2017, Paper sacks for packaging of
Specification cement — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
sampling and methods of test for base paper for sampling and test methods for valve sewn-gusseted
carbon paper with their respective grades. and valve-pasted ends paper sacks for packaging of
1047. US EAS 859:2017, Paper bags — Specification cement.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test 1055. US EAS 867:2017, Waxed paper for bread wrap
methods for gusseted paper bags that have — Specification
rectangular bottoms and are intended primarily for This Uganda Standard specifies requirements
packaging and/or carrying items. sampling and test methods for waxed paper for bread
1048. US EAS 860 2015, Base paper for waxed bread wrap.
wrap — Specification 1056. US EAS 868:2017, Natural and extensible sack
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, Kraft paper — Specification
sampling and test methods for base paper for waxed Scope: This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
bread wrap. sampling and test methods for natural and extensible
1049. US EAS 861:2017; Paper serviettes (napkins) — sack Kraft paper.
Specification 1057. US EAS 869:2017, Wrapping paper —
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, Specification
sampling and test methods for virgin, blended or

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This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, materials and gloves with smooth surfaces or with
sampling and test methods for wrapping paper. textured surfaces over all or part of the glove.
1058. US 875: 2019, Lipstick — Specification (2nd 1062. US 883-2:2011, Single-use medical
Edition) examination gloves — Part 2: Specification for
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, gloves made from poly (vinyl chloride)
sampling and test methods for lipstick. (The standard This part of the Uganda Standard, US 883, specifies
cancels and replaces US 875:2009, Lipstick — requirements and test methods for packaged sterile, or
Specification, which has been technically revised). bulked non-sterile, poly(vinyl chloride) gloves
1059. US EAS 877: 2017, Bathing bars — Specification intended for use in medical examinations, and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, diagnostic or therapeutic procedures, to protect the
sampling and test methods for bathing bars. This patient and the user from cross-contamination. It also
standard applies to bathing bars supplied in the form covers poly (vinyl chloride) gloves intended for use in
of bars/cakes and produced from vegetable or animal handling contaminated medical materials.
oils or fats, fatty acids, or from a blend of all or part 1063. US 914-1:2011, Bed blankets — Part 1 —
of these materials, with or without the addition of Specifications of blankets made from suitable
rosins or non-soapy surfactants. (This standard flame resistant fabrics
cancels and replaces US 637: 2006, Bathing bars – This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
Specification, which has been technically revised). method of sampling and test for a flame resistant
1060. US EAS 878: 2017, Antibacterial bathing bars — blanket composed of suitable flame resistant fabrics.
Specification 1064. US 914-2:2011, Bed blankets — Part 2 –
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, Specifications for blankets made from wool
sampling and test methods for solid antibacterial and wool/polyamide.
bathing bars. This standard applies to antibacterial This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
bathing bars supplied in the form of bars/cakes and woven wool and woven wool/polyamide blankets
produced from vegetable or animal oils or fats, fatty intended for institutional and household use. It deals
acids, or from a blend of all or part of these with the composition, manufacture, make-up,
materials, with or without the addition of rosins or dimensions and colour of the blankets. Values are
non-soapy surfactants. (This standard cancels and prescribed for percentage fibre content and mass per
replaces US 637: 2006, Bathing bars – Specification, unit area, threads per unit length in warp and weft,
which has been technically revised). breaking strength, dimensional change on washing
1061. US 883-1:2011, Single-use medical and colour fastness.
examination gloves — Part 1: Specification for 1065. US 915-1:2011, Resilient floor coverings —
gloves made from rubber latex or rubber Expanded (cushioned) polyvinyl chloride
solution floor covering — Specification
This Uganda Standard, US 883-1 specifies This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements
requirements and methods of test for packaged sterile, for floor coverings based on expanded (cushioned)
or bulked non-sterile, rubber gloves intended for use polyvinyl chloride, supplied as either tiles or rolls.
in medical examinations and diagnostic or therapeutic To encourage the consumer to make an informed
procedures to protect the patient and the user from choice, the document includes a classification
cross-contamination. It also covers rubber gloves system based on the intensity of use, which shows
intended for use in handling contaminated medical where resilient floor coverings should give
satisfactory service.

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1066. US 916:2011, Specification for denatured fuel as marketed and delivered to be used as a blend
ethanol as used for blending with gasoline component for automotive fuel for diesel engines. This
This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and standard applies to the blend of biodiesel and
the methods of sampling and test for anhydrous automotive gas oil to be used for automotive diesel
denatured fuel ethanol intended to be blended with engines, as in heavy commercial vehicles, diesel
unleaded motor gasoline of premium grade for use as engine vehicles and tractors. It does not cover diesel
a spark-ignition automotive engine fuel fuel used in industrial burners or stationary diesel
1067. US 918:2011, Textiles — Fabrics for engine
household curtains and drapery — 1072. US 947-1:2019, Handling of petroleum
Specification products and their derivatives — Part 1: Siting,
This Uganda Standard specifies performance design and construction of service stations (2nd
requirements of fabrics for curtains and drapery. It Edition)
covers all knit, lace, stitch-bonded, foam back and This Uganda Standard covers the siting, design and
woven fabrics to be used in the manufacture of construction of service stations, installation and
curtains and drapery. It is applicable to all fabrics operation of equipment in service stations for
except those made of glass. Except where otherwise handling, storage and dispensing of petroleum
indicated, these requirements also apply to fabrics for products and their derivatives, other than equipment
window blinds. used in transportation. This standard does not cover
1068. US 925:2012, Chemicals used for treatment of the installation of pressurized storage tanks such as
water intended for human consumption — liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage vessels. (This
Sodium hypochlorite — Specification standard cancels and replaces the US 947-1:2011,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and Handling of petroleum products and their derivatives
methods of sampling and test for sodium hypochlorite — Part 1: Siting, design and construction of service
solution used for disinfection of water intended for station which has been technically revised).
human consumption. 1073. US 948-1:2011, Textiles — Sewing threads —
1069. US 926:2012, Chemicals used for treatment of Part 1: Sewing thread made wholly or partly
water intended for human consumption — from synthetic fibres — Specification
Polyamides — Specification This Uganda standard specifies requirements for
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and sewing threads made wholly or partly from synthetic
methods of sampling and test for polyamines used for fibres. This Part 1 applies to sewing threads made
water treatment intended for human consumption. from the following fibres and combinations of
1070. US 933:2011, Gasohol — Specification for E5 continuous filament polyester; staple fibre polyester;
and E10 air-jet (Loop) textured polyester; false twist (Crimp)
This Uganda Standard prescribes the requirements and textured polyester; continuous filament nylon6.6;
methods of sampling and test for blends of gasoline staple fibre nylon6.6; staple aramid nylon; crimp
with anhydrous ethyl alcohol (denatured fuel ethanol) textured nylon6.6; polyester and cotton core spun
for use as a fuel in the automobile spark ignition (continuous filament polyester core, cotton sheath);
internal combustion engines of vehicles. polyester and polyester core spun (continuous filament
1071. US 946:2011, Specification for biodiesel fuel polyester core, polyester sheath); and polyester and
as used for blending with automotive gas oil cotton component plied.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
methods of sampling and testing for 100 % biodiesel

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1074. US 949-1:2011, Textiles — Upholstery fabrics gowns, surgical drapes and clean air suits used as
— Part 1: Plain, tufted, or flocked woven medical devices for patients, clinical staff and
upholstery fabrics — Specification equipment. This standard does not include
This Uganda Standard prescribes the performance requirements for incision drapes.
requirements for plain, tufted or flocked woven 1078. US 966-3:2011, Medical devices — Surgical
upholstery fabrics as used in the manufacture of gowns, drapes and clean air suits, — Part 3:
indoor furniture. The requirements apply to both the Performance requirements and performance
warp and weft directions for those factors where each levels
fabric direction is pertinent. It is not applicable to This Uganda Standard specifies performance
fabrics used in contract, porch, deck and lawn requirements for surgical drapes, gowns and clean air
furniture; nor for knitted fabrics, bounded or laminated suits
fabrics, or surface coated fabrics (such as vinyl and 1079. US 971-4:2014, Liquefied Petroleum Gases
urethanes). (LPG) — Part 4: Specification
1075. US 949-2:2011, Textiles — Upholstery fabrics This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
— Part 2: Knitted upholstery fabric — methods of sampling and test for those products
Specification commonly referred to as liquefied petroleum gases,
This Uganda standard prescribes the performance consisting predominantly of C3 hydrocarbons
requirements for knitted upholstery fabrics as used in (propane/propene); C4 hydrocarbons (butane/butene);
the manufacture of indoor furniture. The requirements and mixtures of C3 and C4 hydrocarbons.
apply to both the wale and course directions for those 1080. US 1511:2014, Oxygen for medical use —
factors where each fabric direction is pertinent. It is Specification
not applicable to fabrics used in contract, porch, deck This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
and lawn furniture; nor for woven fabrics, bounded or methods of sampling and test requirements for oxygen
laminated fabrics, or surface coated fabrics (such as for medical use only.
vinyl and urethanes test methods for disposable baby 1081. US 1512:2014, Adhesives — Ethyl & methyl
diapers. cyanocrylate types 1,2 and 3 — Specification
1076. US 950:2019, Disposable baby diapers — This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
Specification (2nd Edition) methods of test for two grades of one component
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and Grade M - methyl 2-cyanoacrylate and Grade E -
test methods for disposable baby diapers. (This ethyl-2-cyanoacrylate (commonly sold under trade
standard cancels and replaces US 950:2011, name such as "Super Glue").
Disposable baby diapers — Specification, which has 1082. US 1532:2013, Hair extensions — Specification
been technically revised). This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and
1077. US 966-1:2011, Medical devices — Surgical methods of test for hair extensions for use on humans.
gowns, drapes and clean air suits, — Part 1: 1083. US 1565:2014, Standard specification for
General requirements water emulsion floor polish
This Uganda Standard specifies information to be This Uganda Standard covers floor polish intended for
supplied to users and third party verifiers, in addition use on all non-wood floors and on sealed-wood floors.
to the usual labelling of medical devices (ISO 15223), 1084. US 1570:2014, Standard consumer safety
concerning manufacturing and processing specification for soft infant and toddler
requirements. This standard gives general guidance on carriers
the characteristics of single-use and reusable surgical

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This Uganda Standard establishes performance cancels and replaces US 1583:2014, Fishing nets —
requirements, test methods and marking requirements Specification, which has been technically revised).
to promote safe use of soft infant and toddler carriers. 1091. US 1625:2015, Acid based instant hand
1085. US 1572:2014, Standard specification for sanitizers— Specification
epoxy (flexible) adhesive for bonding metallic This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
and non- metallic materials sampling and test methods for acid based instant
The Uganda Standard covers a two-part modified sanitizers.
epoxy paste adhesive for bonding metallic and 1092. US 1654-1:2017, Footwear — Specification for
nonmetallic materials. The adhesive should be suitable men’s shoes — Part 1: Closed shoes/
for forming bonds that can withstand environmental Correction 1_2019
exposure to temperatures from –184 to 82 °C (–300 to This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
180 °F) when exposed to an expected combination of sampling and test methods for men’s closed shoes
stress, temperature, and relative humidity to be made from all types of materials and of all
encountered in service constructions and designs. (This Uganda Standard
1086. US 1574:2014, Standard performance cancels and replaces US 582-1:2007, Men's shoes
specification for towel products for with stuck-on outer soles — Part 1: Flat lasted
institutional and household use construction — Specification; US 582-2:2007, Men's
This Uganda Standard covers the evaluation of shoes with stuck-on outer soles — Part 2: California
specific performance characteristics of importance in type construction — Specification; US 582-3:2007,
woven and knitted kitchen towel, dishcloth, crash Men's shoes with stuck-on outer soles — Part 3:
towel, huck towel, washcloth, hand towel, bath towel, Moccasin type construction — Specification; US
and bath sheet products for use in institutional and 639:2006 Specification for the production of men’s
household environments. heavy boots, service type made according to the Good
1087. US 1575:2014, Spring mattresses — Year Welted principle; which are being reissued as a
Specification single standard).
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test 1093. US 1654-2:2017, Footwear — Specification for
methods for spring mattresses intended for men’s shoes — Part 2: Open shoes/ Correction
institutional and domestic use. 1_2019
1088. US 1578-1:2017, Pillows for domestic use — This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
Specification — Part 1: Synthetic-fibre filled sampling and test methods for men’s open shoes made
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, from all types of materials and of all constructions and
sampling and test methods for synthetic-fibre filled designs.
pillows for domestic use. 1094. US 1655-1:2017, Footwear — Specification for
1089. US 1578-2:2017, Pillows for domestic use — ladies’ shoes — Part 1: Closed shoes/
Specification — Part 2: Plumage filled Correction 1_2019
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sampling and test methods of plumage filled pillows sampling and test methods for ladies’ closed shoes
for domestic use. made from all types of materials and of all
1090. US 1583:2019, Fishing gill nets — Specification (2nd constructions and designs. (This Uganda Standard
Edition) cancels and replaces US 654:2006, Ladies shoes, flat
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements and lasted with stuck on outer soles – Specification, which
methods of test for fishing gill nets. (This standard is being reissued).

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1095. US 1655-2:2017, Footwear — Specification for This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
ladies’ shoes — Part 2: Open shoes/ sampling and test methods for non-absorbable surgical
Correction 1_2019 sutures.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, 1101. US 1959:2019, Surgical suture needles —
sampling and test methods for ladies’ open shoes Specification
made from all types of materials and of all This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
constructions and designs. sampling and test methods for surgical suture needles.
1096. US 1656-1:2017, Footwear — Specification for 1102. US 1968:2019, Textiles — Cotton T-shirts —
children’s shoes — Part 1: 2 years and below/ Specification
Correction 1_2019 This Uganda Standard prescribes the constructional,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, dimensional details, sampling and other particulars
sampling and test methods for children’s shoes of as a guideline to manufacturers of various types of
children aged 2 years and below. (This Uganda T-shirts manufactured from 100 % cotton yarn.
Standard cancels and replaces US 651:2006, Young 1103. US 1969:2019, Textiles — Hospital cotton
people’s shoes, stuck on and stitch down construction bedsheets — Specification
– Specification, which is being reissued). This Uganda Standard describes the constructional
1097. US 1656-2:2017, Footwear — Specification for details of hospital cotton bedsheets.
children’s shoes — Part 2: Between 2 and 6 1104. US 1674:2017, Surface polish — Specification
years/ Correction 1_2019 This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, sampling and test methods for wax-based polishes in
sampling and test methods for children’s shoes of the form of paste and liquid intended for use on
children age between 2 to 6 years. (This Uganda surfaces like plastics, leather, rubber, finished
Standard cancels and replaces US 651:2006, Young furniture and car interiors.
people’s shoes, stuck on and stitch down construction 1105. US 1685:2017, Standard Specification for
– Specification, which is being reissued). Denatured Ethanol for use as Cooking and
1098. US 1662:2017, Waste management — Requirements Appliance Fuel
This Uganda standard specifies requirements for the This Uganda Standard covers denatured ethanol
management of hazardous waste and non- hazardous intended to be used as a cooking or appliance fuel, or
waste. This standard covers amongst other things, both.
collection, storage, transportation, treatment and 1106. US 1687-1:2019, School clothing — Part 1: General
disposal of waste. It also includes provisions for requirements
monitoring and regulation of waste. The standard This Uganda Standard specifies the general
applies to a range of industry sectors whose activities requirements for the materials, workmanship, packing,
generate, store, or handle any quantity of waste sampling, care-labelling, marking and inspection of
1099. US 1958-1:2019, Surgical sutures — Specification — school clothing.
Part 1: Absorbable 1107. US 1687-2:2019, School clothing — Part 2: Blazers
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the
sampling and test methods for absorbable surgical materials, the sizes and make of school blazers for
sutures. boys and girls.
1100. US 1958-2:2019, Surgical sutures — Specification — 1108. US 1687-3:2019, School clothing — Part 3:
Part 2: Non-absorbable Trousers and shorts

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This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the This Uganda Standard specifies the performance,
materials, cut, make and trim of trousers and shorts. requirements, sampling and test methods of sports
1109. US 1687-4:2019, School clothing — Part 4: Shirts footwear.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the 1118. US 1693:2017, Disinfectants/sanitizers —
materials, cut, make and trim of shirts for boys and Specification
girls. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
1110. US 1687-5:2019, School clothing — Part 5: Dresses, sampling and test methods for disinfectants/sanitizers
tunics and gyms intended for general use on inanimate surfaces
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the including food contact and non-food contact surfaces.
materials, cut, make and trim of girls' dresses, tunics This standard is applicable to disinfectants/sanitizers
and gyms. represented for use on non-critical medical devices,
1111. US 1687-6:2019, School clothing — Part 6: Girls’ environmental surfaces and other inanimate objects.
slacks and skirts This standard does not apply to disinfectants/sanitizers
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the containing iodophor(s) and aldehydes as active
materials, cut, make and trim of girls' slacks and ingredients.
skirts. 1119. US 1700-1:2019, School wear fabrics — Part
1112. US 1687-7:2019, School clothing — Part 7: Knee 1: Basic requirements
high stockings and ankle socks This Uganda Standard specifies the basic requirements
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for two for packing, labelling, marking, sampling, inspection
types of knee-high stockings and two types of ankle and testing of fabrics that are suitable for use in the
socks for school wear. manufacture of school clothing.
1113. US 1687-8:2019, School clothing — Part 8: Jerseys 1120. US 1700-2:2019, School wear fabrics — Part
and cardigans 2: Blazer fabrics
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for six
materials, size, and make of school jerseys and types of plain dyed fabric and one type of striped
cardigans. fabric suitable for use in the manufacture of school
1114. US 1687-9:2019, School clothing — Part 9: Briefs wear blazers.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the 1121. US 1700-3:2019, School wear fabrics — Part
materials, sizes and make of school briefs for girls. 3: Polyester and wool fabrics
1115. US 1687-10:2019, School clothing — Part 10: This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
Tracksuits polyester-and-wool fabrics suitable for use in the
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the manufacture of school clothing.
materials, size and make of tracksuits. 1122. US 1700-4:2019, School wear fabrics — Part
1116. US 1687-11:2019, School clothing — Part 11: 4: Polyester and viscose fabrics
Athletic wear This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for polyester and viscose fabrics, of three weave structures,
the materials, size and make of athletic wear made suitable for use in the manufacture of school clothing.
from woven or knitted fabrics (or both). 1123. US 1700-5:2019, School wear fabrics — Part
1117. US 1688:2017, Footwear — Sports shoes — 5: Polyester and cotton fabrics
Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
polyester and cotton fabrics, of two weave structures,
suitable for use in the manufacture of school clothing.

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1124. US 1700-6:2019, School wear fabrics — Part 1131. US 1756-2:2017, Commercial blasting explosives —
6: Shirting and blouse fabrics Specification — Part 2: Ammonium nitrate fuel oil
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for explosives
fabrics suitable for use in the manufacture of school This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
wear shirts and blouses. sampling and test methods for ammonium nitrate fuel
1125. US 1700-7:2019, School wear fabrics — Part oil explosives.
7: Fabrics containing textured yarns 1132. US 1756-3:2017, Commercial blasting explosives —
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for Specification — Part 3: Ammonium nitrate for
fabrics, of two weave structures, containing textured explosives
yarns and suitable for use in the manufacture of school This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
clothing. sampling and test methods for ammonium nitrate
1126. US 1700-8:2019, School wear fabrics — Part intended primarily for use in explosives.
8: Warp-knitted fabrics 1133. US 1776:2017, Light metal in hazardous locations
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for one at mines — Guidelines for use
type of warp-knitted fabric suitable for use in the The Uganda Standard provides guidelines regarding
manufacture of school clothing. the use of light metals in hazardous locations at mines,
1127. US 1701:2017, Hairspray — Specification and gives a short description of the hazards or risks
The Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, associated with such metals.
sampling and test methods for hair spray. This 1134. US 1781:2017, Wall fillers — Specification
standard is applicable to both water based and oil This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, sampling
based hair sprays delivered by the aerosol or non- and test methods for fillers in form of powder and paste
aerosol system. used on both interior and exterior surfaces for levelling
1128. US 1709:2017, Disinfectants/sanitizers based of surface imperfections, filling dents, cracks and other
on iodophors — Specification uneven surfaces on any wall and partitions like plaster,
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, concrete, ceilings and building boards. The standard
sampling and test methods for disinfectants/sanitizers does not apply to sand filling and structural cracks
that contain iodophor(s) as active ingredient(s) and 1135. US 1782:2017, Reusable sanitary towels —
intended for use on inanimate surfaces. Specification
1129. US 1710:2017, Disinfectants/sanitizers based This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
on glutaraldehyde for general use — sampling and test methods for reusable sanitary towels
Specification (including reusable panty liners) for external use. This
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, standard does not apply to disposable sanitary towels.
sampling and test methods for two types of 1136. US 1783:2017, Disposable adult absorbent
disinfectants/sanitizers based on glutaraldehyde and
(incontinence) products — Specification
intended for general use on inanimate surfaces
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
1130. US 1756-1:2017, Commercial blasting
sampling and test methods for disposable adult
explosives — Specification — Part 1: Emulsion
absorbent products for managing incontinence
explosive including adult diapers, adult briefs, adult under pads
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, (inserted in pants) and others.
sampling and test methods for emulsion explosives.
1137. US 1799:2019, Methylated spirit — Specification

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This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, (Butyrospermum parkii). This standard does not cover
sampling and test methods for methylated spirit as a products for which therapeutic claims are made.
finished product suitable for general purpose 1144. US 1932:2019, Lip balm (salve) — Specification
disinfection and cleaning. This standard does not This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
apply to industrial methylated spirits. sampling and test methods for lip balm which are
1138. US 1898:2019, Industrial methylated spirit — petroleum or vegetable oil based. This standard does
Specification not cover lip balm for which therapeutic claims are
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, made, lipsticks, lip gloss and emulsion types.
sampling and test methods for industrial methylated 1145. US 1933:2019, Lip shine (gloss) — Specification
spirit. This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
1139. US 1832:2019, Glycerine for cosmetic use — sampling and test methods for lip shine (gloss) based
Specification on refined vegetable or mineral oils. This standard
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, does not cover lip shine (gloss) for which therapeutic
sampling and test methods for glycerine for cosmetic claims are made. This standard does not apply to lip
use. sticks and lip balms.
1140. US 1833:2019, Baby oils — Specification 1146. US 1934:2019, Aftershave — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements,
sampling and test methods for baby oils intended for sampling and test methods for aftershave. This
use on the babies. Products for which therapeutic standard covers both alcoholic and non-alcoholic
claims are made are not covered by this standard. aftershaves. This standard does not cover aftershave
1141. US 1877:2019, Deodorants and antiperspirants for which therapeutic claims are made.
— Specification 1147. US 1963:2019, Caustic soda — Specification
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, This Uganda Standard specifies requirements,
sampling and test methods for deodorants and sampling and test methods for caustic soda, pure and
antiperspirants. This standard does not apply to the technical grade. It covers the material in the solid and
medicated deodorants and antiperspirants, which claim lye form. This standard does not apply to sodium
therapeutic value. hydroxide for medical or pharmaceutical use, or
1142. US 1921:2019, Body oils — Specification sodium hydroxide for photographic use.
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements, 1148. US 1971:2019, Green surgical fabric for gowns and
sampling and test methods for body oils based on drapery — Specification
refined vegetable oils or vegetable oils blends, mineral This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the
oils or mixture of the vegetable oils and mineral oils performance, of green coloured surgical gowns and
meant for application on the skin. It does not cover drapes materials used in the operating theatre
skin creams, lotions, hair oils and pure essential oils. 1149. US ISO 2928: 2003, Rubber hoses and hose
Body oils for which therapeutic claims are made are assemblies for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
not covered by this standard. in the liquid or gaseous phase and natural gas
1143. US 1931:2019, Shea butter for cosmetic industry— up to 25 bar (2.5 MPa) — Specification
Specification This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements, rubber hoses and rubber hose assemblies used for the
sampling and test methods for shea butter for cosmetic transfer of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in the liquid
use derived from the kernels of the sheanuts or gaseous phase and natural gas and designed for use
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maximum of 25 bar (2.5 MPa) within the temperature to extreme worldwide temperatures (-
range 30 °C to +70 °C or, for low-temperature hoses °C) used for compressed, liquefied or dissolved gases.
(designated -LT), within the temperature range −50 °C Transportable large cylinders of water capacity above
to +70 °C. 150 l and up to 500 l may be manufactured and
1150. US ISO 4074:2015, Natural rubber latex male certified to this standard provided handling facilities
condoms — Requirements and test methods are provided. This standard is primarily intended to be
(2nd edition) used for industrial gases other than Liquefied
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test Petroleum Gas (LPG), but may also be applied for
methods for male condoms made from natural rubber LPG. For specific LPG applications see ISO 22991.
latex. (The Uganda Standard cancels and replaces US 1154. US ISO 4925:2005, Road vehicles —
ISO 4074:2002, Natural latex rubber condoms — Specification of non-petroleum-base brake
Requirements and test methods, which has been Fluids for hydraulic systems
technically revised). This Uganda Standard gives the specifications,
1151. US ISO 4261:2013, Petroleum products — requirements and test methods, for non-petroleum-
Fuels (class F) — Specifications of gas turbine base fluids used in road-vehicle hydraulic brake and
fuels for industrial and marine applications clutch systems that are designed for use with such
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for fluids and equipped with seals, cups or double-lipped
petroleum fuels for gas turbines (see ISO 3977) used type gland seals made of styrene-butadiene rubber
in public utility, industrial, and marine applications. It 1155. US ISO 5423:1992, Moulded plastics footwear
does not cover requirements for gas turbine fuels for — Lined or unlined polyurethane boots for
aviation use. This standard is intended for the general industrial use — Specification
guidance of users such as turbine manufacturers, This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
suppliers, and purchasers of gas turbine fuels. This boots, moulded from polyurethane compound, for
standard sets out the properties of fuels at the time and general industrial use. The boots may be either fabric-
place of transfer of custody to the user. lined or tinlined and of any style from ankle boots to
1152. US ISO 4643:1992, Moulded plastics footwear full thigh height inclusive.
— Lined or unlined poly(vinyl chloride) boots 1156. US ISO 5832-1:2016, Implants for surgery —
for general industrial use — Specification Metallic materials — Part 1: Wrought stainless
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for steel
boots, moulded from poly(vinyl chloride) compounds, This Uganda Standard specifies the characteristics of,
for general industrial use. The boots may be either and corresponding test methods for, wrought stainless
fabric-lined or unlined and of any style from ankle steel for use in the manufacture of surgical implants.
boots to full thigh height inclusive. 1157. US ISO 6009:2016, Hypodermic needles for
1153. US ISO 4706:2008, Gas cylinders — Refillable single use — Colour coding for identification
welded steel cylinders — Test pressure 60 bar This Uganda Standard establishes a colour code for
and below the identification of single-use hypodermic needles of
This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum designated metric size in the range of 0.18 mm (34
requirements concerning material selection, design, Gauge) to 3.4 mm (10 Gauge). It applies to regular-
construction and workmanship, procedure and test at walled, thin-walled, extra-thin-walled and ultra-thin
manufacture of refillable welded-steel gas cylinders of walled needles and to opaque and translucent colours.
a test pressure not greater than 60 bar1), and of water This standard is not applicable to pen-needles.
capacities from 0.5 l up to and including 500 l exposed

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1158. US ISO 6710:2017, Single-use containers for 1162. US ISO 7740:1985, Instruments for surgery —
human venous blood specimen collection Scalpels with detachable blades — Fitting
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test dimensions
methods for evacuated and non-evacuated single-use This Uganda Standard has been prepared to meet the
venous blood specimen containers. It does not specify need for good fitting and interchangeability of
requirements for blood collection needles, needle detachable blades for scalpels.
holders, blood culture receptacles or “arterial” blood 1163. US ISO 7741:1986, Instruments for surgery —
gas collection devices that can be used for venous Scissors and shears — General requirements and
blood. test methods
This Uganda Standard specifies general requirements
1159. US ISO 6935-3:1992, Steel for the
and corresponding routine test methods for scissors
reinforcement of concrete — Part 3: Welded
and shears which are used in surgery.
fabrics
This Uganda Standard specifies technical 1164. US ISO 7864:2016, Sterile hypodermic needles
requirements for factory made sheets or rolls of for single use — Requirements and test methods
welded fabric, manufactured from steel wires or bars (2nd Edition)
with diameters from 4 mm to 16 mm and designed for This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
the reinforcement of concrete structures and the sterile hypodermic needles for single use of designated
ordinary reinforcement of pre-stressed concrete metric sizes 0.18 mm to 1.2 mm. It does not apply to
structures. (This Uganda Standard cancels and those devices that are covered by their own standard
replaces US EAS 412-3:2005, Steel for the such as dental needles and pen needles. (The standard
reinforcement of concrete — Part 3: Welded fabric, cancels and replaces US ISO 7864:1993, Sterile
which has been republished). hypodermic needles for single use which has been
1160. US ISO 7225:2005, Gas cylinders — technically revised).
Precautionary labels
This Uganda Standard specifies the design, content 1165. US ISO 7866:2012, Gas cylinders — Refillable
(that is, hazard symbols and text) and application of seamless aluminium alloy gas cylinders —
precautionary labels intended for use on individual gas Design, construction and testing
cylinders containing single gases or gas mixtures. This Uganda Standard specifies minimum
Labels for cylinders of bundles and labels for bundles requirements for the material, design, construction and
are not covered by this standard. workmanship, manufacturing processes and tests at
1161. US ISO 7439:2015, Copper-bearing time of manufacture of refillable seamless aluminium
contraceptive intrauterine devices — alloy gas cylinders of water capacities up to and
Requirements and tests including 150 litres for compressed, liquefied and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and tests dissolved gases for worldwide use (normally up to
for single-use, copper-bearing contraceptive +65 °C).
intrauterine devices (IUDs) and their insertion 1166. US ISO 7885:2010, Dentistry — Sterile
instruments. It is not applicable to IUDs consisting injection needles for single use
only of a plastics body or whose primary purpose is to This Uganda Standard gives dimensional and
release progestogens. performance requirements for sterile injection needles
for single use which are used in dental cartridge
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dental local anaesthetics. It further specifies the syringe is automatically rendered unusable. This
requirements with respect to their packaging, labelling part of ISO 7886 does not specify the design of the
and colour coding. It does not cover needles for auto-disable feature, which is left to the discretion of
special applications or techniques. the manufacturer. This part of ISO 7886 is not
1167. US ISO 7886-1:2017, Sterile hypodermic applicable to syringes for use with insulin (specified in
syringes for single use — Part 1: Syringe for ISO 8537), syringes made of glass (specified in ISO
manual use (2nd Edition) 595), syringes for use with power-driven syringe
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test pumps (specified in ISO 7886-2), auto-disable
methods for verifying the design of empty sterile syringes for variable dose delivery and syringes
single-use hypodermic syringes, with or without designed to be prefilled. It does not address
needle, made of plastic or other materials and intended compatibility with injection fluids/vaccines.
for the aspiration and injection of fluids after filling by 1170. US ISO 7886-4:2006, Sterile hypodermic
the end-users. This standard does not provide syringes for single use — Part 4: Syringes with
requirements for lot release. The syringes are re-use prevention feature
primarily for use in humans. (This standard cancels This part of ISO 7886 specifies requirements for
and replaces US ISO 7886-1:1993, Sterile hypodermic sterile single-use hypodermic syringes made of
syringes for single use — Part 1: Syringes for manual plastics materials with or without needle, and intended
use, which has been technically revised). for the aspiration of fluids or for the injection of fluids
immediately after filling and of design such that the
1168. US ISO 7886-2:1996, Sterile hypodermic syringe can be rendered unusable after use. This part
syringes for single use — Part 2: Syringes for of ISO 7886 is not applicable to syringes made of
use with power-driven syringe pumps glass (specified in ISO 595), auto-disable syringes for
This part of ISO 7886 specifies requirements for fixed dose immunization (ISO 7886-3) and syringes
sterile Single-use hypodermic syringes of nominal designed to be pre-filled. It does not address
capacity 5 ml and above, made of plastics materials compatibility with injection fluids. Other standards
and intended for use with power-driven Syringe can be applicable when syringes are used for any other
Pumps. This part of ISO 7886 does not apply to intended purpose than those specified in this part of
syringes for use with insulin (specified in ISO 8537), ISO 7886.
Single-use syringes made of glass (specified in ISO 1171. US ISO 8009:2014, Mechanical contraceptives
595), syringes prefilled with the injection by the — Reusable natural and silicone rubber
manufacturer and syringes supplied with the injection contraceptive diaphragms — Requirements
as a kit for filling by a pharmaeist. It does not address and tests
compatibility with injection fluids. This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum
1169. US ISO 7886-3:2005, Sterile hypodermic requirements and test methods to be used for reusable
syringes for single use — Part 3: Autodisable diaphragms made from natural rubber and silicone
syringes for fixed-dose immunization rubber. These diaphragms are intended for
This part of ISO 7886 specifies the properties and contraceptive use. This Uganda Standard is not
performance of sterile single-use hypodermic syringes applicable to other vaginal contraceptive barriers,
with or without needle, made of plastic materials and such as those known as cervical caps, vaginal
stainless steel and intended for the aspiration of sponges, and vaginal sheaths.
vaccines or for the injection of vaccines immediately
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1172. US ISO 8124-1:2014, Safety of toys — Part 1: Products covered by this part of US ISO 8124 include
Safety aspects related to mechanical and swings, slides, seesaws, carousels, rocking toys,
physical properties (3rd Edition) climbing frames, fully enclosed toddler swing seats
This Uganda Standard applies to all toys, i.e. any and other products intended to bear the mass of one or
product or material designed or clearly intended for more children. Products not included within the scope
use in play by children under 14 years of age. They of this part of US ISO 8124 are:
are applicable to a toy as it is initially received by the a) fitness and sporting equipment unless
consumer and, in addition, they apply after a toy is attached to the activity toy;
subjected to reasonably foreseeable conditions of b) equipment intended for use in schools, day
normal use and abuse unless specifically noted care centres, kindergartens, public
otherwise. (This Final Draft Uganda Standard cancels playgrounds, restaurants, shopping centres
and replaces US ISO 8124-1: 2007, Safety of toys — and similar public places;
Part 1: Safety aspects related to mechanical and c) juvenile care products such as, but not
physical properties, which has been technically limited to, infant swings,
revised). playpens/enclosures, beds or furniture
1173. US ISO 8124-2:2007, Safety of toys — Part 2: including picnic tables, cradle rockers and
Flammability (2nd Edition) products specifically designed for
This Uganda Standard specifies the categories of therapeutic use.
flammable materials that are prohibited in all toys, and 1176. US ISO 8216-1:2005, Petroleum products —
requirements concerning flammability of certain toys Fuels (class F) classification — Part 1:
when they are subjected to a minor source of ignition. Categories of marine fuels
(This standard cancels and replaces the first edition This Uganda Standard establishes the detailed
US ISO 8124-2:2005, Safety of toys — Part 2: classification of marine fuels within class F
Flammability, which has been technically revised). (petroleum fuels). It is intended to be read in
1174. US ISO 8124-3:2010/Amd.1:2014, Safety of conjunction with US ISO 8216-99.
toys — Part 3: Migration of certain elements 1177. US ISO 8216-2:1986, Petroleum products —
(2nd Edition) Fuels (class F) — Classification — Part 2:
This Uganda Standard specifies maximum acceptable Categories of gas turbine fuel marine
levels and methods of sampling and extraction prior to applications
analysis for the migration of the elements antimony, This Uganda Standard establishes the detailed
arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury classification of gas turbine fuels for industrial and
and selenium from toy materials and from parts of marine applications, but excluding aircraft fuels. It
toys. (This standard cancels and replaces the first should be read in conjunction with ISO 8216/0. The
edition, US ISO 8124-3:2005, Safety of toys — Part 3 fuels in this classification are for use in industrial gas
Migration of certain elements, which has been turbines and gas turbines derived from aviation
technically revised). turbines that are used in static and marine applications.
1175. US ISO 8124-4:2010, Safety of toys — Part 4: The classification includes only fuels that are liquid
Swings, slides and similar activity toys for under atmospheric pressure and at their normal storage
indoor and outdoor family domestic use temperatures. Petroleum fuels, being the result of the
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and test processing of crude oils of diverse origin, cannot be
methods for activity toys for domestic family use chemically defined, but may be categorized generally
intended for children under 14 years to play on or in. within the scope of this part of US ISO 8216.

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1178. US ISO 8216-99:2002, Petroleum products — Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with
Fuels (class F) — Classification — Part 99: tensile strength less than 1 100 MPa
General This Uganda Standard specifies minimum
This Uganda Standard establishes a general system of requirements for the material, design, construction and
classification which applies to petroleum fuels workmanship, manufacturing processes, examination
designated by the prefix letter “F”. Within class F, five and testing at manufacture of refillable quenched and
families (designated as categories) of products are tempered seamless steel gas cylinders of water
defined according to the type of fuel and listed in capacities from 0.5 l up to and including 150 l for
decreasing order of volatility. One category, D, is compressed, liquefied and dissolved gases. This
defined further by subgroups on the basis of volatility standard is applicable to cylinders with a maximum
and flash point, because of the safety implications of actual tensile strength Rma of less than 1 100 MPa.
different customary titles for such fuels in different 1182. US ISO 9809-2:2010, Gas cylinders —
parts of the world. Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders —
1179. US ISO 8217:2012, Petroleum products — Design, construction and testing — Part 2:
Fuels (class F) — Specifications of marine Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with
fuels tensile strength greater than or equal to 1 100
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for MPa
petroleum fuels for use in marine diesel engines and This Uganda Standard specifies minimum
boilers, prior to appropriate treatment before use. The requirements for the material, design, construction and
specifications for fuels in this standard can also be workmanship, manufacturing processes, examination
applicable to fuels for stationary diesel engines of the and testing at manufacture of refillable quenched and
same or similar make and type as those used for tempered seamless steel gas cylinders of water
marine purposes. This standard specifies four capacities from 0.5 l up to and including 150 l for
categories of distillate fuel, one of which is for diesel compressed, liquefied and dissolved gases. This part
engines for emergency purposes. It also specifies six of US ISO 9809 is applicable to cylinders with a
categories of residual fuel. maximum tensile strength Rma ≥ 1 100 MPa. It is not
1180. US ISO 8669-2: 1996, Urine collection bags — applicable to cylinders with Rma, max >1 300 MPa for
Part 2: Requirements and test methods diameters >140 mm and guaranteed wall thicknesses
This Uganda Standard specifies performance a’ ≥ 12 mm and Rma, max >1 400 MPa for diameters
requirements and test methods for open-ended and ≤ 140 mm and guaranteed wall thicknesses a’ ≥ 6 mm,
closed-ended urine collection bags of the following because beyond these limits, additional requirements
types: can apply.
a) urine collection bags intended to be worn on the 1183. US ISO 9809-3:2010, Gas cylinders —
body (body-worn bags); Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders —
b) urine collection bags intended to be used with a Design, construction and testing — Part 3:
hanger or a floor stand (non-body-worn bags). Normalized steel cylinders
It does not apply to urostomy bags, urimeters and This Uganda Standard specifies minimum
urine bags intended specifically for paediatric use. requirements for the material, design, construction and
workmanship, manufacturing processes, examination
1181. US ISO 9809-1: 2010, Gas cylinders —
and testing at manufacture of refillable normalized or
Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders —
normalized and tempered seamless steel gas cylinders
Design, construction and testing — Part 1:

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of water capacities from 0.5 l up to and including 150 l 1187. US ISO 10290: 1993, Textiles —
for compressed, liquefied and dissolved gases. Cotton yarns — Specification
1184. US ISO 9809-4:2014, Gas cylinders — This Uganda Standard specifies criteria, with relevant
Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders — test methods, to be applied in describing single spun
Design, construction and testing — Part 4: grey cotton yarns, which are widely used in
Stainless steel cylinders with an Rm value of international trade.
less than 1 100 MPa 1188. US ISO 10405:2000, Petroleum and natural
This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum gas industries — Care and use of casing and
requirements for the material, design, construction and tubing
workmanship, manufacturing processes, examinations, This Uganda Standard establishes practices for care
and tests at manufacture of refillable seamless and use of casing and tubing. It specifies practices for
stainless steel gas cylinders of water capacities from running and pulling casing and tubing, including
0.5 l up to and including 150 l for compressed, drifting, stabbing, making up and lowering, field
liquefied, and dissolved gases. This part of US ISO makeup, drifting and landing procedures. Also
9809 is applicable to cylinders with a maximum actual included are causes of trouble, as well as
tensile strength, Rma, of less than 1 100 MPa. transportation, handling and storage, inspection and
1185. US ISO 9994: 2005 Lighters — Safety field welding of attachments.
specification/ US ISO 9994: 2005/Amd.1: 2008, 1189. US ISO 10407-2:2008, Petroleum and natural
Lighters — Safety specification gas industries — Rotary drilling equipment —
This standard establishes requirements for lighters to Part 2: Inspection and classification of used
ensure a reasonable degree of safety for normal use or drillstem elements
reasonably foreseeable misuse of such lighters by This Uganda Standard specifies the required
users. The safety specification given in this Standard inspection for each level of inspection and procedures
applies to all flame-producing products commonly for the inspection and testing of used drill stem
known as cigarette lighters, cigar lighters and pipe elements. For the purpose of this part of US ISO
lighters. It does not apply to matches, nor does it apply 10407, drill stem elements include drill pipe body, tool
to other flame-producing products intended solely for joints, rotary-shouldered connections, drill collar,
igniting materials other than cigarettes, cigars, and HWDP and the ends of drill stem elements that make
pipes. The safety specification given in this standard up with them. This part of US ISO 10407 has been
cannot eliminate all hazards, but is intended to reduce prepared to address the practices and technology
potential hazards to users. commonly used in inspection
1186. US ISO 10282:2014, Single-use sterile rubber 1190. US ISO 10417:2004, Petroleum and natural
surgical gloves — Specification (2nd Edition) gas industries — Subsurface safety valve
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for systems — Design, installation, operation and
packaged sterile rubber gloves intended for use in redress
surgical procedures to protect the patient and the user This Uganda Standardestablishes requirements and
from cross-contamination. (This standard cancels and provides guidelines for configuration, installation, test,
replaces US ISO 10282:2002, Single-use sterile operation and documentation of subsurface safety
rubber surgical gloves — Specification, which has valve (SSSV) systems. In addition, this standard
been technically revised). establishes requirements and provides guidelines for
selection, handling, redress and documentation of
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1191. US ISO 10423:2009, Petroleum and natural 1195. US ISO 10426-1:2009, Petroleum and natural
gas industries — Drilling and production gas industries — Cements and materials for
equipment — Wellhead and christmas tree well cementing — Part 1: Specification
equipment This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and gives recommendations for six classes of well
gives recommendations for the performance, cements, including their chemical and physical
dimensional and functional interchangeability, design, requirements and procedures for physical testing
materials, testing, inspection, welding, marking, 1196. US ISO 10426-2:2003, Petroleum and natural
handling, storing, shipment, purchasing, repair and gas industries — Cements and materials for
remanufacture of wellhead and christmas tree well cementing — Part 2: Testing of well
equipment for use in the petroleum and natural gas cements
industries. This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
1192. US ISO 10424-1:2004, Petroleum and natural gives recommendations for the testing of cement
gas industries — Rotary drilling equipment — slurries and related materials under simulated well
Part 1: Rotary drill stem elements conditions.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the 1197. US ISO 10427-1:2001, Petroleum and natural
following drill stem elements: upper and lower Kelly gas industries — Equipment for well
valves; square and hexagonal kellys; drill stem subs; cementing — Part 1: Casing bow-spring
standard steel and non-magnetic drill collars; drilling centralizers
and coring bits. This Uganda Standard provides minimum
1193. US ISO 10424-2:2007, Petroleum and natural performance requirements, test procedures and
gas industries — Rotary drilling equipment — marking requirements for casing bow-spring
Part 2: Threading and gauging of rotary centralizers for the petroleum and natural gas
shouldered thread connections industries. The procedures provide verification testing
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements on for the manufacturer’s design, materials and process
rotary shouldered connections for use in petroleum specifications, and periodic testing to confirm the
and natural gas industries, including dimensional consistency of product performance.
requirements on threads and thread gauges, 1198. US ISO 10427-2:2004, Petroleum and natural
stipulations on gauging practice, gauge specifications, gas industries — Equipment for well
as well as instruments and methods for inspection of cementing — Part 2: Centralizer placement
thread connections. These connections are intended and stop-collar testing
primarily for use in drill-string components. This Uganda Standard provides calculations for
1194. US ISO 10425:2003, Steel wire ropes for the determining centralizer spacing, based on centralizer
petroleum and natural gas industries — performance and desired standoff, in deviated and
Minimum requirements and terms of dogleg holes in wells for the petroleum and natural gas
acceptance industries. It also provides a procedure for testing stop
This Uganda Standardspecifies the minimum collars and reporting test results.
requirements and terms of acceptance for the 1199. US ISO 10431:1993, Petroleum and natural
manufacture and testing of steel wire ropes not gas industries — Pumping units —
exceeding rope grade 2160 for the petroleum and Specification
natural gas industries. This Uganda Standard lays down specification
covering the design and rating of pumping units.

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1200. US ISO 10432:2004, Petroleum and natural systems and auxiliaries — Part 2: Special-
gas industries — Downhole equipment — purpose oil systems
Subsurface safety valve equipment This Uganda Standard, in conjunction with of US ISO
This Uganda Standardprovides the minimum 10438-1, specifies requirements for oil systems for
acceptable requirements for subsurface safety valves special purpose applications. These oil systems can
(SSSVs). It covers subsurface safety valves including provide lubrication oil, seal oil or both. These systems
all components that establish tolerances and/or can serve equipment such as compressors, gears,
clearances which may affect performance or pumps and drivers.
interchangeability of the SSSVs. It includes repair 1204. US ISO 10438-3:2007, Petroleum,
operations and the interface connections to the flow petrochemical and natural gas industries —
control or other equipment, but does not cover the Lubrication, shaft-sealing and control-oil
connections to the well conduit. systems and auxiliaries — Part 3: General-
1201. US ISO 10437:2003, Petroleum, petrochemical purpose oil systems
and natural gas industries — Steam turbines This Uganda Standard, in conjunction with US ISO
— Special-purpose applications 10438-1, specifies requirements for oil systems for
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and general purpose applications. These oil systems can
gives recommendations for the design, materials, provide lubrication oil, but not seal oil and can serve
fabrication, inspection, testing and preparation for equipment such as compressors, gears, pumps.
shipment of steam turbines for special-purpose 1205. US ISO 10438-4:2007, Petroleum,
applications. It also covers the related lube-oil petrochemical and natural gas industries —
systems, instrumentation, control systems and Lubrication, shaft-sealing and control-oil
auxiliary equipment. It is not applicable to general- systems and auxiliaries — Part 4:Self-acting
purpose steam turbines, which are covered in ISO gas seal support systems
10436. This Uganda Standard in conjunction with US ISO
1202. US ISO 10438-1:2007, Petroleum, 10438-1 specifies requirements for support systems
petrochemical and natural gas industries — for self-acting gas seals (dry gas seals), for example as
Lubrication, shaft-sealing and control-oil described in ISO 10439 and ISO 10440-1. These
systems and auxiliaries — Part 1: General systems can serve equipment such as compressors,
requirements gears, pumps and drivers.
This Uganda Standard specifies general requirements 1206. US ISO 10439-1:2015, Petroleum,
for lubrication systems, oil-type shaft-sealing systems, petrochemical and natural gas industries —
dry-gas face-type shaft-sealing systems and control-oil Axial and centrifugal compressors and
systems for general- or special-purpose applications. expander compressors ⎯ Part 1: General
General-purpose applications are limited to lubrication requirements
systems. These systems can serve equipment such as This Uganda Standard specifies minimum
compressors, gears, pumps and drivers. This part of requirements and gives recommendations for axial
US ISO 10438 is intended to be used in conjunction compressors, single-shaft, and integrally geared
with US ISO 10438-2, US ISO 10438-3 or US ISO process centrifugal compressors, and expander
10438-4, as appropriate. compressors for special purpose applications that
1203. US ISO 10438-2:2007, Petroleum, handle gas or process air in the petroleum,
petrochemical and natural gas industries — petrochemical, and natural gas industries. This part of
Lubrication, shaft-sealing and control-oil US ISO 10439 specifies general requirements

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applicable to all such machines. This standard does This Uganda Standardspecifies the requirements for
not apply to fans or blowers that develop less than 34 couplings for the transmission of power between the
kPa (5 psi) pressure rise above atmospheric pressure. rotating shafts of two machines in special-purpose
This standard also does not apply to packaged, applications in the petroleum, petrochemical and
integrally geared centrifugal plant, and instrument air natural gas industries. Such applications are typically
compressors. Hot gas expanders over 300 °C (570 °F) in large and/or high speed machines, in services that
are not covered by this standard. can be required to operate continuously for extended
1207. US ISO 10439-2:2015, Petroleum, chemical periods, are often unspared and are critical to the
and gas service industries ⎯ Axial and continued operation of the installation.
centrifugal compressors and expander 1210. US ISO 10461:2005, Gas cylinders — Seamless
compressors ⎯ Part 2: Non-integrally geared aluminium-alloy gas cylinders — Periodic
centrifugal and axial compressors inspection and testing
This Uganda Standard specifies minimum This Uganda Standard deals with seamless aluminium-
requirements and gives recommendations for axial alloy transportable gas cylinders intended for
compressors, single-shaft, and integrally geared compressed and liquefied gases under pressure, of
process centrifugal compressors and expander- water capacity from 0.5 l to 150 l; it also applies, as
compressors for special purpose applications that far as practical, to cylinders of less than 0.5 l water
handle gas or process air in the petroleum, capacity. This standard specifies the requirements for
petrochemical, and natural gas industries. This part of periodic inspection and testing to verify the integrity
US ISO 10439 specifies requirements for non- of such gas cylinders for further service. This standard
integrally geared centrifugal and axial compressors, in does not apply to periodic inspection and testing of
addition to the general requirements specified in US acetylene cylinders or composite cylinders with
ISO 10439-1. These machines do not have gears aluminium-alloy liners.
integral with their casing but can have external gears. 1211. US ISO 10555-1:2013, Intravascular catheters
1208. US ISO 10439-3:2015, Petroleum, chemical — Sterile and single-use catheters — Part 1:
and natural gas service industries — Axial and General requirements (2nd Edition)
centrifugal compressors and expander This Uganda Standard specifies general requirements
compressors — Part 3: Integrally geared for intravascular catheters, supplied in the sterile
centrifugal compressors condition and intended for single use, for any
This Uganda Standard specifies minimum application. (This standard cancels and replaces US
requirements and gives recommendations for axial ISO 10555-1: 1995, Sterile, Single-use intravascular
compressors, single-shaft and integrally geared catheters - Part 1: General requirements and US ISO
process centrifugal compressors, and expander 10555-2:1996, Sterile, single-use intravascular
compressors for special purpose applications that catheters - Part 2: Angiographic catheters, which has
handle gas or process air in the petroleum, been technically revised).
petrochemical, and natural gas industries. This part of 1212. US ISO 10555-3:2013, Intravascular catheters —
US ISO 10439 specifies integrally geared centrifugal Sterile and single-use catheters — Part 3: Central
compressors in conjunction with US ISO 10439‑1. venous catheters (2nd Edition)
1209. US ISO 10441:2007, Petroleum, petrochemical This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
and natural gas industries — Flexible central venous catheters supplied in the sterile
couplings for mechanical power transmission condition, and intended for single use. (This standard
— Special-purpose applications cancels and replaces US ISO 10555-3:1996, Sterile,

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single-use intravascular catheters - Part 3: Central 1217. US ISO 11118:1999, Gas cylinders — Non-
venous catheters, which has been technically revised). refillable metallic gas cylinders —
1213. US ISO 10555-4:2013, Intravascular catheters — Specification and test methods
Sterile and single-use catheters — Part 4: Balloon This Uganda Standard specifies minimum
dilatation catheters (2nd Edition) requirements for the material, design, construction and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for workmanship, manufacturing processes and tests at
balloon dilatation catheters supplied in the sterile manufacture of non-refillable metallic gas cylinders of
condition, and intended for single use. (This standard welded, brazed or seamless construction for
cancels and replaces US ISO 10555-4:1996, Sterile, compressed, liquefied and dissolved gases exposed to
single-use intravascular catheters - Part 4: Balloon extreme worldwide ambient temperatures.
dilation catheters, which has been technically revised). 1218. US ISO 11119-1: 2012, Gas cylinders —
1214. US ISO 10555-5:2013, Intravascular catheters — Refillable composite gas cylinders and tubes
Sterile and single-use catheters — Part 5: Over- — Design, construction and testing — Part 1:
nd
needle peripheral catheters (2 Edition) Hoop wrapped fibre reinforced composite
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for over- gas cylinders and tubes up to 450 l
needle peripheral intravascular catheters, intended for This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
accessing the peripheral vascular system, supplied in composite gas cylinders and tubes between 0.5 l and
the sterile condition and intended for single use. (This 450 l water capacity, for the storage and conveyance
standard cancels and replaces US ISO 10555-5:1996, of compressed or liquefied gases. This standard
Sterile, single-use intravascular catheters - Part 5: applies to type 2 hoop wrapped cylinder or tube with a
Over-needle peripheral catheters, which has been load-sharing metal liner and composite reinforcement
technically revised). on the cylindrical portion only. This standard is
1215. US ISO 11040-2:2011, Prefilled syringes — limited to cylinders and tubes with composite
Part 2: Plunger stoppers for dental local reinforcement of carbon fibre, aramid fibre or glass
anaesthetic cartridges fibre (or a mixture thereof) within a matrix or steel
This part of ISO 11040 specifies the shape, wire to provide circumferential reinforcement.
dimensions, material, performance requirements and 1219. US ISO 11119-2: 2012, Gas cylinders —
labelling of plunger stoppers for dental local Refillable composite gas cylinders and tubes
anaesthetic cartridges intended for single use only. — Design, construction and testing — Part 2:
1216. US ISO 11114-1:2012, Gas cylinders — Fully wrapped fibre reinforced composite gas
Compatibility of cylinders and valve materials cylinders and tubes up to 450 l with load-
with gas contents — Part 1: Metallic materials sharing metal liners
This Uganda Standard provides requirements for the This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
selection of safe combinations of metallic cylinder and composite gas cylinders and tubes between 0.5 l and
valve materials and cylinder gas content. The 450 l water capacity, for the storage and conveyance
compatibility data given is related to single gases and of compressed or liquefied gases. This standard
to gas mixtures. Seamless metallic, welded metallic applies to type 3 fully wrapped cylinders or tubes with
and composite gas cylinders and their valves, used to a load-sharing metal liner and composite
contain compressed, liquefied and dissolved gases, are reinforcement on both the cylindrical portion and the
considered. dome ends. This standard is limited to cylinders and
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aramid fibre or glass fibre (or a mixture thereof) This Uganda Standard specifies the technical delivery
within a matrix. conditions for steel pipes (casing, tubing and pup
1220. US ISO 11119-3: 2013 Gas cylinders— joints), coupling stock, coupling material and
Refillable composite gas cylinders and tubes accessory material and establishes requirements for
Part 3: Fully wrapped fibre reinforced three Product Specification Levels (PSL-1, PSL-2,
composite gas cylinders and tubes up to 450 l PSL-3).
with non-load –sharing metallic or non- 1226. US ISO 11961:2008, Petroleum and natural
metallic liners gas industries — Steel drill pipe
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for This Uganda Standard specifies the technical delivery
composite gas cylinders up to 150 l water capacity conditions for steel drill-pipes with upset pipe-body
and composite tubes above 150 l water capacity and ends and weld-on tool joints for use in drilling and
up to 450 l water capacity, for the storage and production operations in petroleum and natural gas
conveyance of compressed or liquefied gases. This industries for three product specification levels (PSL-
standard does not address the design, fitting and 1, PSL-2 and PSL-3).
performance of removable protective sleeves. 1227. US ISO 12465:2007, Plywood — Specifications
1221. US ISO 11469:2001, Plastics — Generic This Uganda Standard establishes requirements for the
identification and marking of plastics specification of plywood for general and structural
products use, in dry, tropical dry/humid and high-
This Uganda Standard specifies a system of uniform humidity/exterior conditions. It includes requirements
marking of products that have been fabricated from for the quality of veneer, glue bond, lay-up
plastics materials. Provision for the process or (construction), dimensions and tolerances,
processes to be used for marking is outside the scope conformance verification and marking.
of this standard. 1228. US 1SO 12924:2010, Lubricants, industrial
1222. US ISO 11859: 1999, Textile floor coverings — oils and related products (Class L) — Family X
Pure wool, hand-knotted pile carpets — (Greases) — Specification
Specification This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements of
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for greases used for the lubrication of equipment,
hand-knotted carpets produced from pure wool, of components of machines, vehicles, etc.
dimensions agreed between the purchaser and the 1229. US ISO 13085:2014, Petroleum and natural
supplier. gas industries — Aluminium alloy pipe for use
1223. US ISO 11860: 1999, Textile floor coverings — as tubing for wells
Jute carpet backing fabric — Specification This Uganda Standard specifies the technical delivery
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for condition, manufacturing process, material
primary and secondary jute carpet backing fabrics. requirements, configuration and dimensions, and
1224. US ISO 11861: 1999, Textile floor coverings — verification and inspection procedures for aluminium
Coir mats — Types and specification alloy pipes for use as tubing for wells in petroleum
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for and natural gas industries.
mats produced from coir fibre, with or without pile 1230. US ISO 13500:2008, Petroleum and natural
1225. US ISO 11960:2014, Petroleum and natural gas industries — Drilling fluid materials —
gas industries — Steel pipes for use as Specifications and tests
casing or tubing for wells This Uganda Standard covers physical properties and
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oil- and gas-well drilling fluids. The materials covered abandonment of pipeline systems used for
are barite, haematite, bentonite, nontreated bentonite, transportation in the petroleum and natural gas
OCMA-grade bentonite, attapulgite, sepiolite, industries.
technical-grade low-viscosity carboxymethylcellulose 1235. US ISO 13626:2003, Petroleum and natural
(CMC-LVT), technical-grade high-viscosity gas industries — Drilling and production
carboxymethylcellulose (CMC-HVT), starch, low- equipment — Drilling and well-servicing
viscosity polyanionic cellulose (PAC-LV), high- structures
viscosity polyanionic cellulose (PAC-HV) and This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
drilling-grade Xanthomonas campestris (Xanthan gives recommendations for suitable steel structures for
gum). drilling and well-servicing operations in the petroleum
1231. US ISO 13533:2001, Petroleum and natural industry, provides a uniform method of rating the
gas industries — Drilling and production structures, and provides two product specification
equipment — Drillthrough equipment levels.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for 1236. US ISO 13680:2010, Petroleum and natural
performance, design, materials, testing and inspection, gas industries — Corrosion-resistant alloy
welding, marking, handling, storing and shipping of seamless tubes for use as casing, tubing and
drill-through equipment used for drilling for oil and coupling stock — Technical delivery
gas. It also defines service conditions in terms of conditions
pressure, temperature and wellbore fluids for which This Uganda Standard specifies the technical delivery
the equipment will be designed. conditions for corrosion-resistant alloy seamless
1232. US ISO 13534:2000, Petroleum and natural tubulars for casing, tubing and coupling stock.
gas industries — Drilling and production 1237. US ISO 13691:2001, Petroleum and natural
equipment — Inspection, maintenance, gas industries — High-speed special-purpose
repair and remanufacture of hoisting gear units
equipment This Uganda Standardspecifies the minimum
This Uganda Standard gives guidelines and establishes requirements for enclosed, precision, single and
requirements for inspection, maintenance, repair and double helical, one- and two-stage speed increasers
remanufacture of items of hoisting equipment used in and reducers of parallel shaft design with pinion
drilling and production operations, in order to speeds of 3000 min−1 or greater, or pitch line
maintain the serviceability of this equipment. velocities of 25 m/s or greater, for special purpose
1233. US ISO 13535:2000, Petroleum and natural applications.
gas industries — Drilling and production 1238. US ISO 13706:2011, Petroleum, petrochemical
equipment — Hoisting equipment and natural gas industries — Air-cooled heat
This Uganda Standard provides requirements for the exchangers
design, manufacture and testing of hoisting equipment This Uganda Standard gives requirements and
suitable for use in drilling and production operations. recommendations for the design, materials,
1234. US ISO 13623: 2009, Petroleum and natural fabrication, inspection, testing and preparation for
gas industries — Pipeline transportation shipment of air-cooled heat exchangers for use in the
systems petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries.
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and This standard is applicable to air-cooled heat
gives recommendations for the design, materials, exchangers with horizontal bundles, but the basic
construction, testing, operation, maintenance and concepts can also be applied to other configurations.

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1239. US ISO 13707:2000, Petroleum and natural This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
gas industries ⎯ Reciprocating compressors design, specification and type testing for dedicated
This Uganda Standard covers the minimum LPG self-closing cylinder valves specifically for use
requirements for reciprocating compressors and their with transportable refillable LPG cylinders from 0,5 l
drivers used in the petroleum and natural gas up to 150 l water capacity. It includes references to
industries with either lubricated or no lubricated associated equipment for vapour or liquid service.
cylinders. 1244. US ISO 14313:2007, Petroleum and natural
1240. US ISO 13709:2009, Centrifugal pumps for gas industries — Pipeline transportation
petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas systems — Pipeline valves
industries This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for provides recommendations for the design,
centrifugal pumps, including pumps running in reverse manufacturing, testing and documentation of ball,
as hydraulic power recovery turbines, for use in check, gate and plug valves for application in pipeline
petroleum, petrochemical and gas industry process systems meeting the requirements of US ISO 13623
services. This standard is applicable to overhung for the petroleum and natural gas industries. This
pumps, between-bearings pumps and vertically standard is not applicable to subsea pipeline valves, as
suspended pumps. Clause 9 provides requirements they are covered by a separate International Standard
applicable to specific types of pump. All other clauses (ISO 14723). This standard is not applicable to valves
of this standard are applicable to all pump types. for pressure ratings exceeding PN 420.
Illustrations are provided of the various specific pump 1245. US ISO 14693:2003, Petroleum and natural
types and the designations assigned to a specific type. gas industries — Drilling and wellservicing
1241. US ISO 13710: 2004, Petroleum, equipment
petrochemical and natural gas industries — This Uganda Standard provides general principles and
Reciprocating positive displacement pumps specifies requirements for design, manufacture and
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for testing of new drilling and well-servicing equipment
reciprocating positive-displacement pumps and pump and of replacement primary load-carrying components
units for use in the petroleum, petrochemical and manufactured subsequent to the publication of this
natural gas industries. It is applicable to both direct- standard
acting and power-frame types. 1246. US ISO 14732: 2013, Welding personnel —
1242. US ISO 13847: 2013, Petroleum and natural Qualification testing of welding operators and
gas industries — Pipeline transportation weld setters for mechanized and automatic
systems — Welding of pipelines welding of metallic materials
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for the This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for
petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries, qualification of welding operators and also weld
for producing and inspecting girth, branch and fillet setters for mechanized and automatic welding.
welds in the pipeline part of pipeline transportation 1247. US ISO 14998:2013, Petroleum and natural
systems which meet the requirements of US ISO gas industries — Downhole equipment —
13623 or equivalent. Completion accessories
1243. US ISO 14245:2006, Gas cylinders — This Uganda Standard provides requirements and
Specification and testing of LPG cylinder guidelines for completion accessories, as defined
valves — Self closing herein for use in the petroleum and natural gas
industry. This Uganda Standard provides requirements

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for the functional specification and technical carbon and low-alloy steels for service in equipment
specifications including: design, design verification used in oil and natural gas production and natural gas
and validation, materials, documentation and data treatment plants in H2S-containing environments,
control, redress, repair, shipment, and storage. This whose failure can pose a risk to the health and safety
standard covers the pressure containing, load bearing, of the public and personnel or to the environment. It
disconnect/reconnect, tubing movement, and opening can be applied to help to avoid costly corrosion
a port functionalities of completion accessories. damage to the equipment itself. It supplements, but
1248. US ISO 15136-1: 2009, Petroleum and natural does not replace, the materials requirements of the
gas industries —Progressing cavity pump appropriate design codes, standards or regulations.
systems for artificial lift —Part 1: Pumps 1251. US ISO 15156-3:2015, Petroleum and natural
This Uganda Standard provides requirements for the gas industries — Materials for use in H2S-
design, design verification and validation, containing environments in oil and gas
manufacturing and data control, performance ratings, production — Part 3: Cracking-resistant
functional evaluation, repair, handling and storage of CRAs (corrosion-resistant alloys) and other
progressing cavity pumps for use in the petroleum and alloys
natural gas industry. This part of US ISO 15136 is This Uganda Standardgives requirements and
applicable to those products meeting the definition of recommendations for the selection and qualification of
progressing cavity pumps (PCP) included herein. CRAs (corrosion-resistant alloys) and other alloys for
Connections to the drive string and tubulars are not service in equipment used in oil and natural gas
covered by this part of US ISO 15136. production and natural gas treatment plants in H2S-
1249. US ISO 15136-2: 2006, Petroleum and natural containing environments whose failure can pose a risk
gas industries —Progressing cavity pump to the health and safety of the public and personnel or
systems for artificial lift —Part 2: Surface- to the environment. It can be applied to help avoid
drive systems costly corrosion damage to the equipment itself. It
This Uganda Standard provides requirements for the supplements, but does not replace, the materials
design, design verification and validation, requirements of the appropriate design codes,
manufacturing and data control, performance ratings standards, or regulations.
and repair of progressing cavity pump surface-drive 1252. US ISO 15223-1:2016, Medical devices —
systems for use in the petroleum and natural gas Symbols to be used with medical device labels,
industry. This part of US ISO 15136 is applicable to labelling and information to be supplied — Part 1
those products meeting the definition of surface-drive — General requirements
systems. Additionally, informative annexes provide This Uganda Standard identifies requirements for
information on brake system selection, installation, symbols used in medical device labelling that convey
and operation; and sucker rod selection and use. information on the safe and effective use of medical
1250. US ISO 15156-2:2015, Petroleum and natural devices. It also lists symbols that satisfy the
gas industries — Materials for use in H2S- requirements of this document.
containing environments in oil and gas
1253. US ISO 15223-2:2010, Medical devices — Symbols
production — Part 2: Cracking-resistant
to be used with medical device labels, labelling and
carbon and low-alloy steels, and the use of cast
information to be supplied — Part 2 — Symbol
irons
development, selection and validation
This Uganda Standardgives requirements and
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This Uganda Standard specifies a process for This Uganda Standardgives requirements and
developing, selecting and validating symbols for recommendations for the mechanical design, materials
inclusion in US ISO 15223-1. The purpose of this part selection, fabrication, inspection, testing, and
of US ISO 15223 is to ensure that symbols included in preparation for shipment of brazed aluminium plate-
US ISO 15223-1 are readily understood by the target fin heat exchangers for use in petroleum,
group. petrochemical and natural gas industries
1258. US ISO 15551-1:2015, Petroleum and natural
1254. US ISO 15463:2003, Petroleum and natural
gas industries — Drilling and production
gas industries — Field inspection of new
equipment — Part 1: Electric submersible
casing, tubing and plain-end drill pipe
pump systems for artificial lift
This Uganda Standard specifies the technical delivery
This Uganda Standardprovides requirements for the
conditions, manufacturing process, material
design, design verification and validation,
requirements, configuration and dimensions, and
manufacturing and data control, performance ratings,
verification and inspection procedures for aluminium
functional evaluations, handling, and storage of
alloy drill pipes with or without attached steel tool
tubing-deployed electrical submersible pump (ESP)
joints, for use in drilling and production operations in
systems as defined herein.
the petroleum and natural gas industries.
1259. US ISO 15589-1:2015, Petroleum and natural
1255. US ISO 15546:2011, Petroleum and natural
gas industries — Cathodic protection of
gas industries — Aluminium alloy drill pipe
pipeline transportation systems — Part 1: On-
This Uganda Standard specifies the technical delivery
land pipelines
conditions, manufacturing process, material
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
requirements, configuration and dimensions, and
gives recommendations for the pre-installation
verification and inspection procedures for aluminium
surveys, design, materials, equipment, installation,
alloy drill pipes with or without attached steel tool
commissioning, operation, inspection, and
joints, for use in drilling and production operations in
maintenance of cathodic protection systems for on-
the petroleum and natural gas industries.
land pipelines, as defined in US ISO 13623 for the
1256. US ISO 15547-1:2005, Petroleum,
petroleum, petrochemical, and natural gas industries.
petrochemical and natural gas industries —
1260. US ISO 15589-2:2012, Petroleum and natural
Plate-type heat exchangers — Part 1: Plate-
gas industries — Cathodic protection of
and-frame heat exchangers
pipeline transportation systems — Part 2:
This Uganda Standardgives requirements and
Offshore pipelines
recommendations for the mechanical design, materials
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
selection, fabrication, inspection, testing, and
gives recommendations for the pre-installation
preparation for shipment of plate-and-frame heat
surveys, design, materials, equipment, fabrication,
exchangers for use in petroleum, petrochemical and
installation, commissioning, operation, inspection and
natural gas industries. It is applicable to gasketed,
maintenance of cathodic protection (CP) systems for
semi-welded and welded plate-and-frame heat
offshore pipelines for the petroleum, petrochemical
exchangers
and natural gas industries as defined in US ISO 13623.
1257. US ISO 15547-2:2005, Petroleum,
1261. US ISO 15590-3:2004, Petroleum and natural
petrochemical and natural gas industries —
gas industries — Induction bends, fittings and
Plate-type heat exchangers — Part 2: Brazed
flanges for pipeline transportation systems —
aluminium plate-fin heat exchangers
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This Uganda Standard applies to weldneck and blind to be considered during the development,
flanges (full face, raised face, and RTJ groove) as well manufacture, quality verification and procurement of
as anchor, swivel-ring flanges and orifice flanges. This condoms. It encompasses the aspects of quality
part of US ISO 15590 specifies the technical management systems in the design, manufacture and
requirements for carbon steel and low-alloy steel delivery of condoms with an emphasis on
forged flanges for use in pipeline transportation performance, safety and reliability. (The Uganda
systems for the petroleum and natural gas industries as Standard cancels and replaces US ISO 16038:2005,
defined in US ISO 13623. This part of US ISO 15590 Rubber Condoms — Guidance on the use of ISO 4074
designates those categories of flanges that meet the in quality management of natural rubber latex
industry’s need to match ISO 3183 pipe. These flanges condoms, which has been technically revised).
are for normal and low-temperature service and
1265. US ISO 16070:2005, Petroleum and natural
include supplementary requirements where required
gas industries — Downhole equipment —
for sour service.
Lock mandrels and landing nipples
1262. US ISO 15621:2017, Absorbent incontinence
This Uganda Standard provides the requirements for
aids for urine and/or faeces — General guidelines
lock mandrels and landing nipples within the
on evaluation (2nd Edition)
production/injection conduit for the installation of
This Uganda Standard gives guidelines for evaluating
flow control or other equipment used in the petroleum
absorbent incontinence aids for urine and/or faeces. It
and natural gas industries. It includes the interface
provides a context for the procedures described in
connections to the flow control or other equipment,
other International Standards and published testing
but does not cover the connections to the well conduit.
procedures. General factors relating to incontinence
1266. US ISO/TS 16530-2:2014, Well integrity —
products and their usage are also addressed. (This
Part 2: Well integrity for the operational
standard cancels and replaces US ISO 15621:2011,
phase
Urine-absorbing aids — General guidelines on
This Uganda Standardprovides requirements and
evaluation, which has been technically revised).
methods to the oil and gas industry to manage well
1263. US ISO 15995:2006, Gas cylinders — integrity during the well operational phase.
Specifications and testing of LPG cylinder 1267. US ISO 16812:2007, Petroleum, petrochemical
valves — Manually operated and natural gas industries — Shell and-tube
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements heat exchangers
for design, specification and type testing of This Uganda Standard specifies requirements and
dedicated LPG manually operated cylinder valves gives recommendations for the mechanical design,
specifically for use with transportable refillable material selection, fabrication, inspection, testing and
LPG cylinders from 0,5 l up to 150 l water preparation for shipment of shell-and-tube heat
capacity. It includes references to associated exchangers for the petroleum, petrochemical and
equipment for vapour or liquid service natural gas industries. This standard is applicable to
1264. US ISO 16038: 2017, Male condoms — the following types of shell-and-tube heat exchangers:
Guidance on the use of ISO 4074 and ISO heaters, condensers, coolers and reboilers. This
23409 in the quality management of condoms standard is not applicable to vacuum-operated steam
(2nd Edition) surface condensers and feed-water heaters.
This Uganda Standard provides guidance on using
ISO 4074 and ISO 23409 and addresses quality issues

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1268. US ISO 17078-1:2004, Petroleum and natural equipment — Part 4: Practices for side-pocket
gas industries — Drilling and production mandrels and related equipment
equipment — Part 1: Side-pocket mandrels This Uganda Standard provides informative
This Uganda Standard provides requirements for side- documentation to assist the user/purchaser and the
pocket mandrels used in the petroleum and natural gas supplier/manufacturer in specification, design,
industry. This part of US ISO 17078 includes selection, testing, calibration, reconditioning,
specifying, selecting, designing, manufacturing, installation and use of side-pocket mandrels, flow-
quality control, testing, and preparation for shipping of control devices and associated latches and installation
side-pocket mandrels. tools. The product design and manufacturing-related
1269. US ISO 17078-2:2007, Petroleum and natural requirements for these products are included within
gas industries — Drilling and production the other parts of US ISO 17078.
equipment — Part 2: Flow-control devices for 1272. US ISO 17348:2016, Petroleum and natural
side-pocket mandrels gas industries — Materials selection for high
This Uganda Standard provides requirements for content CO2 for casing, tubing and downhole
subsurface flow-control devices used in side-pocket equipment
mandrels (hereafter called flow-control devices) This Uganda Standardprovides guidelines and
intended for use in the worldwide petroleum and requirements for material selection of both seamless
natural gas industry. This includes requirements for casing and tubing, and downhole equipment for CO2
specifying, selecting, designing, manufacturing, gas injection and gas production wells with high
quality-control, testing and preparation for shipping of pressure and high CO2 content environments [higher
flow-control devices. Additionally, it includes than 10 % (molar) of CO2 and 1 MPa CO2 partial
information regarding performance testing and pressure]. Oil production wells are not covered in this
calibration procedures standard. This standard only considers materials
1270. US ISO 17078-3:2009, Petroleum and natural compatibility with the environment.
gas industries — Drilling and production 1273. US ISO 17420-3:2012, Respiratory protective
equipment — Part 3: Running tools, pulling devices — Performance requirements — Part 3:
tools and kick-over tools and latches for side- Thread connection
pocket mandrels This Uganda Standard is applicable to an unassisted
This Uganda Standard provides requirements and filtering device and specifies a standard thread
guidelines for running tools, pulling tools, kick-over connection between a filter and the respiratory
tools and latches used for the installation and retrieval interface as required in US ISO 17420-2. This part of
of flow control and other devices to be installed in US ISO 17420 also includes the description of test
side-pocket mandrels for use in the petroleum and simulators that are necessary for the assessment of
natural gas industries. This includes requirements for some of the requirements.
specifying, selecting, designing, manufacturing, 1274. US ISO 17824:2009, Petroleum and natural
quality control, testing and preparation for shipping of gas industries — Downhole equipment —
these tools and latches. Additionally, it includes Sand screens
information regarding performance testing and This Uganda Standardprovides the requirements and
calibration procedures guidelines for sand control screens for use in the
1271. US ISO 17078-4:2010, Petroleum and natural petroleum and natural gas industries. Included are the
gas industries — Drilling and production requirements for design, design validation, functional

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evaluation, manufacturing, storage and transport. The mechanical risks, slip resistance, thermal risks,
requirements of this standard are applicable to wire- ergonomic behaviour. Special risks are covered by
wrap screens, pre-pack screens and metal-mesh complementary job-related standards (e.g. footwear
screens as defined herein. for firefighters, electrical insulating footwear,
1275. US ISO 18776:2008, Laminated Veneer protection against chain saw injuries, protection
Lumber (LVL) — Specifications against chemicals and molten metal splash, protection
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for for motor cycle riders). (This standard cancels and
Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) for general replaces US 614:2005 Industrial safety footwear -
purposes and structural applications, in dry, tropical- Specification for leather protective and safety
dry/humid or high humidity/exterior conditions. footwear for general and heavy-duty use).
Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) is a general 1279. US ISO 20347:2012, Personal protective
description for an assembly of veneers laminated with equipment — Occupational footwear
an adhesive in which the grain direction of the outer This Uganda Standard specifies basic and additional
veneers and most other veneers is in the longitudinal (optional) requirements for occupational footwear that
direction. This standard specifies requirements for the is not exposed to any mechanical risks (impact or
quality of veneers, bond durability, tolerances on compression). Special risks are covered by
dimensions, and structural characterization. complementary job-related standards (e.g. footwear
1276. US ISO 20312:2011, Petroleum and natural for firefighters, electrical insulating footwear,
gas industries — Design and operating limits protection against chain saw injuries, protection
of drill strings with aluminium alloy against chemicals and against molten metal splash,
components protection for motor cycle riders). (This standard
This Uganda Standard applies to design and operating cancels and replaces US 614:2005 Industrial safety
limits for drill strings containing aluminium alloy footwear - Specification for leather protective and
pipes manufactured in accordance with US ISO safety footwear for general and heavy-duty use).
15546. 1280. US ISO 21809-1:2011, Petroleum and natural
1277. US ISO 20345: 2011, Personal protective gas industries — External coatings for buried
equipment — Safety footwear or submerged pipelines used in pipeline
This Uganda Standard specifies basic and additional transportation systems — Part 1: Polyolefin
(optional) requirements for safety footwear used for coatings (3-layer PE and 3-layer PP)
general purpose. It includes, for example, mechanical This Uganda Standard specifies requirements of plant-
risks, slip resistance, thermal risks, ergonomic applied external three-layer polyethylene- and
behaviour. Special risks are covered by polypropylene-based coatings for corrosion protection
complementary job-related standards (e.g. footwear of welded and seamless steel pipes for pipeline
for firefighters, electrical insulating footwear, transportation systems in the petroleum and natural
protection against chain saw injuries, protection gas industries in accordance with US ISO 13623.
against chemicals and molten metal splash, protection 1281. US ISO 21809-2:2014, Petroleum and natural
for motor cycle riders). gas industries — External coatings for buried
1278. US ISO 20346:2014, Personal protective or submerged pipelines used in pipeline
equipment — Protective footwear transportation systems — Part 2: Single layer
This Uganda Standard specifies basic and additional fusion-bonded epoxy coatings
(optional) requirements for protective footwear used This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
for general purpose. It includes, for example, qualification, application, testing and handling of

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materials for plant application of single layer fusion- This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for
bonded epoxy (FBE) coatings applied externally for qualification, application, testing and handling of
the corrosion protection of bare steel pipe for use in materials required for the application of reinforced
pipeline transportation systems for the petroleum and concrete coating externally to either bare pipe or pre-
natural gas industries as defined in US ISO 13623. coated pipe for use in pipeline transportation systems
1282. US ISO 21809-3:2011, Petroleum and natural for the petroleum and natural gas industries as defined
gas industries — External coatings for buried in US ISO 13623. The external application of concrete
or submerged pipelines used in pipeline is primarily used for the negative buoyancy of pipes
transportation systems — Part 3: Field joint used in buried or submerged pipeline systems and/or
coatings for the mechanical protection of the pipe and its pre-
This Uganda Standard specifies requirements for field coating. This part of US ISO 21809 is applicable to
joint coating of seamless or welded steel pipes for concrete thicknesses of 25 mm or greater.
pipeline transportation systems in the petroleum and 1285. US ISO 23409:2011, Male condoms —
natural gas industries as defined in US ISO 13623. Requirements and test methods for condoms
This part of US ISO 21809 specifies the qualification, made from synthetic materials
application and testing of the corrosion protection This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum
coatings applied to steel surfaces left bare after the requirements and the test methods applicable to male
pipes and fittings (components) are joined by welding. condoms produced from synthetic materials or blends
This part of US ISO 21809 does not address additional of synthetic materials and natural rubber latex which
mechanical protection, thermal insulation or joint are used for contraceptive purposes and to aid in the
infills for concrete weight-coated pipes. This part of prevention of sexually transmitted infections.
US ISO 21809 defines and codifies the different types 1286. US ISO 25841: 2017, Female condoms —
of field joint coatings for buried or submerged Requirements and test methods (2nd Edition)
pipelines. This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum
1283. US ISO 21809-4:2009, Petroleum and natural requirements and test methods for female condoms
gas industries — External coatings for buried that are supplied to consumers for contraceptive
or submerged pipelines used in pipeline purposes and for assisting in the prevention of
transportation systems — Part 4: Polyethylene sexually transmitted infections (STIs). (The standard
coatings (2-layer PE) cancels and replaces US ISO 25841:2014, Female
This Uganda Standard specifies the requirements for condoms — Requirements and test methods, which has
qualification, application, inspection, testing, handling been technically revised).
and storage of materials for plant application of two-
1287. US ISO 25518:2009, Single-use rubber gloves
layer polyethylene coatings (2-layer PE) applied
for general applications — Specification
externally for the corrosion protection of bare steel
This Uganda Standard specifies the physical
pipe for use in pipeline transportation systems for the
requirements and methods of sampling and testing for
petroleum and natural gas industries as defined in US
single-use rubber gloves, made from natural rubber
ISO 13623.
latex, synthetic rubber latex or rubber solution,
1284. US ISO 21809-5:2010, Petroleum and natural
intended for general applications, but not gloves
gas industries — External coatings for buried
intended for medical purposes. It does not cover the
or submerged pipelines used in pipeline
safe and proper usage of the gloves.
transportation systems — Part 5: External
concrete coatings

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1288. US ISO 27627:2014, Petroleum and natural
gas industries — Aluminium alloy drill pipe
thread connection gauging
This Uganda Standard specifies the technical delivery
condition, manufacturing process, material
requirements, configuration and dimensions, and
verification and inspection procedures for aluminium
alloy drill pipes manufactured in accordance with US
ISO 15546.
1289. US ISO 27769-2:2009, Wood-based panels —
Wet-process fibre board — Part 2:
Requirements
This Uganda Standard specifies the manufacturing
property requirements for wet-process fibre board.
1290. US ISO 28781:2010, Petroleum and natural
gas industries — Drilling and production
equipment — Subsurface barrier valves and
related equipment
This Uganda Standard provides the requirements for
subsurface barrier valves and related equipment as
they are defined herein for use in the petroleum and
natural gas industries. Included are the requirements
for design, design validation, manufacturing,
functional evaluation, repair, redress, handling and
storage. Subsurface barrier valves provide a means of
isolating the formation or creating a barrier in the
tubular to facilitate the performance of pre- and/or
post-production/injection operational activities in the
well. This standard can be used by any public, private
or community enterprise, association, group or
individual. US ISO/TR 31004 is not specific to any
industry or sector, or to any particular type of risk, and
can be applied to all activities and to all parts of
organizations.
1291. US ISO 29942:2011, Prophylactic dams —
Requirements and test methods
This Uganda Standard specifies the minimum
requirements and test methods for prophylactic dams
used to assist in the prevention of sexually transmitted
infections.

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included; however, gas processing for liquids recovery

MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS is not addressed.


1295. US 1793:2019, Handling, storage and disposal
1292. US 1580-1:2017, Gaming equipment —
of pesticides
Requirements for casinos
This Uganda Standard specifies constructional and This Uganda Standard specifies the procedures and
operational requirements for gaming devices that requirements for the handling, storage and disposal of
reside on, or are operated on (or both), the gaming pesticides by household users, farmers, pest control
floor of a casino. Equipment covered by the operators, distributors, manufacturers, formulators’
requirements of this standard includes gaming packers and re-packers to ensure the least risk to
machines, jackpot controllers and displays and health and safety to property and the environment.
machine consoles. This standard applies among First-aid actions to be taken in the case of an incident,
others to all types of gaming devices operated within and firefighting procedures, are also covered.
the casino which include: gaming machines, jack pot
1296. US 1813:2017, Standard Guide on Playground
controllers and displays and machines consoles as
Surfacing
specified in the scope of the National Lotteries and
This Uganda Standard covers the selecting and
Gaming Act 2016.
specifying surface systems under and around
1293. US 1580-2:2017, Gaming equipment — playground equipment. This guide describes how to
Requirements for limited payout gaming apply standards to evaluate the impact attenuation,
This Uganda Standard specifies the general hardware accessibility characteristics and product characteristics
and software requirements and the list of significant when selecting surfacing systems for use under and
events for gaming equipment to be used in venues around playground equipment.
holding site licenses for limited pay-out machines. 1297. US 1814:2017, Standard Practice for Health
Requirements Relating to Occupational Exposure
1294. US 1585:2017, Environmental protection — to Respirable Crystalline Silica
Onshore oil and gas production operations — This Uganda Standard covers a description of several
Requirements actions that should be taken to reduce the risk of
This Uganda Standard provides requirements for harmful occupational exposures to humans in
environmentally sound practices for onshore oil and environments containing respirable crystalline silica.
gas production operations and is applicable to 1298. US 1815:2017, Standard Guide for Recording
contractors, service providers as well as operators. Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
Facilities within the scope of this standard include all This Uganda Standard is intended to establish
production facilities, including produced water definitions and criteria for recording occupational
handling facilities. Offshore and arctic areas are injuries and illnesses to be used for measuring safety
beyond the scope of this document. Operational performance, evaluating safety program performance,
coverage begins with the design and construction of and improving consistency when comparing
access roads and well locations, and includes international performance. A measurement system is
reclamation, abandonment, and restoration operations. desired that is precise and accurate, difficult to
Gas compression for transmission purposes or manipulate, significant and meaningful for safety
production operations, such as gas lift, pressure program evaluation, and appropriate for accountability
maintenance, or enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is purposes in a global environment.

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1299. US 1816:2017, Terminology Relating to present, care and judgment must still be exercised
Occupational Health and Safety before concluding that all atmospheric contaminants at
This Uganda Standard gives terms that are used in the the site are under control and that a reasonable safe
fields of occupational health and safety. The terms are work environment exists.
used to describe the limits of exposure under different 1303. US 1820:2017, Standard Guide for
conditions, the meanings of terms used in describing Consensus-based Process for an Occupational
events and the types of items measured. They will Safety and Health Standard that Includes an
commonly be used to express the effect of an event or Occupational Exposure Guideline
the limit of a chemical exposure on human beings. This Uganda Standard presents a framework for a
1300. US 1817:2017, Standard Specifications for stakeholder- focused consensus-based decision-
Personal Climbing Equipment making process for occupational safety and health
This Uganda Standard covers the specifications and standard development activities that include adoption
qualification testing of the following: climbers, or development of occupational exposure guidelines
climber straps, climber pads, climber footplates, body (OEGs) as a part of Occupational Health and Safety
belts, work positioning devices with locking snap standards.
hooks/carabiners, Wood Pole Fall Restriction Devices
(WPFRD), arborist saddle, harnesses, energy 1304. US 1821:2017, Standard Guide for Personal
absorbing lanyards. Protective Equipment for the Handling of Flat
1301. US 1818:2017, Standard Guide for Disposal Glass
of Laboratory Chemicals and Samples This Uganda Standard covers the minimum
This Uganda Standard is intended to provide the requirements for proper personal protective equipment
chemical laboratory manager, chemical laboratory (PPE) for the safe handling of flat glass.
safety officer, and other relevant staff with guidelines 1305. US 1822:2017, Standard Practice for Design,
for the disposal of small quantities of laboratory Manufacture, Operation, and Maintenance of
wastes safely and in an environmentally sound Inflatable Amusement Devices
manner. This Uganda Standard covers the design, manufacture,
1302. US 1819:2017, Standard Guide for Air and operation of inflatable amusement devices and
Monitoring at Waste Management Facilities for their associated operating environments. The
Worker Protection document specifically excludes inflatable devices that
This Uganda Standard is intended to provide a are used for professional exhibition or stunt work;
standardized approach for establishing and carrying safety and rescue activities; aerial or aviation
out an air monitoring program to protect workers at structures or devices; exhibit floats; or similar
waste management facilities. This standard may apply inflatable devices.
to routine operations at an active treatment, storage or 1306. US 1823:2017, Standard Practice for Design,
disposal site or the extraordinary conditions that can Manufacture, Installation, Operation,
be encountered in opening and cleaning up a remedial Maintenance, Inspection and Major Modification
action site. The user shall understand that it is of Trampoline Courts
impossible to predict all the issues that could arise at a The Uganda Standard guides on how to delineate
waste management facility due to hazardous airborne requirements regarding the design, manufacture,
emissions. Although air contaminant measurements installation, operation, maintenance, inspection and
obtained in accordance with this guide may indicate major modification of commercial or institutional
acceptable or tolerable levels of toxic agents are

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trampoline courts with the primary purpose of 1312. US 1829:2017, Standard Guide for
amusement, entertainment or recreation. Evacuation Route Diagrams
1307. US 1824:2017, Standard Practice for Aerial This Uganda Standard is intended to provide
Adventure Courses minimum guidelines for the design and placement of
This Uganda Standard establishes criteria for the evacuation route diagrams (ERDs) used in buildings.
design, manufacture, installation, operation, It covers the evacuation of building occupants when
maintenance, auditing and major modification of directed by emergency response authorities in
aerial adventure courses which occur(s). emergencies such as fire, earthquake, and bomb threat.
1308. US 1825:2017, Standard Practice for 1313. US ISO 3864-1:2011, Graphical symbols —
Ownership, Operation, Maintenance, and Safety colours and safety signs — Part 1:
Inspection of Amusement Rides and Devices Design principles for safety signs and safety
This Uganda Standard provides guidelines for markings
operations, maintenance, and inspection procedures This Uganda Standard establishes the safety
for amusement rides and devices to be performed by identification colours and design principles for safety
the owner/operator. signs and safety markings to be used in workplaces
1309. US 1826:2017, Standard Practice for and in public areas for the purpose of accident
Operations of Amusement Railway Rides, Devices, prevention, fire protection, health hazard information
and Facilities and emergency evacuation. It also establishes the basic
This Uganda Standard applies to operations of principles to be applied when developing standards
amusement railway ride(s) that have a track gauge containing safety signs. This standard is applicable to
greater than or equal to 12 in. (305 mm) measured all locations where safety issues related to people need
between the heads of the rails. This excludes patron to be addressed. However, it is not applicable to the
powered ride vehicles specifically designed for signalling used for guiding rail, road, river, maritime
children. and air traffic and, generally speaking, to those sectors
1310. US 1827:2017, Standard Practice for subject to a regulation which may differ.
Pressure Water Cleaning and Cutting 1314. US ISO 3864-3:2012, Graphical symbols —
This Uganda Standard covers personnel requirements, Safety colours and safety signs — Part 3:
operator training, operating procedures, and Design principles for graphical symbols for
recommended equipment performance/design for the use in safety signs
proper operation of all types of pressure water-jet This Uganda Standard gives principles, criteria and
cleaning and cutting equipment as normally used by guidance for the design of graphical symbols for use
industries concerned with construction, maintenance, in safety signs as defined in US ISO 3864-1, and for
repair, cleaning, cutting, and demolition work. the safety sign element of product safety labels as
1311. US 1828:2017, Standard Guide for defined in US ISO 3864-2.
Integration of Ergonomics/Human Factors into 1315. US ISO 3864-4:2011, Graphical symbols —
New Occupational Systems Safety colours and safety signs — Part 4:
This Uganda Standard is intended to assist in the Colorimetric and photometric properties of
integration of ergonomic principles into the design and safety sign materials
planning of new occupational systems from the This Uganda Standard establishes the colorimetric and
earliest design stages through implementation. Doing photometric requirements and test methods for the
so may reduce or eliminate the necessity for later colours of safety signs to be used in workplaces and
redesign that could have been foreseen. public areas. It provides the colorimetric and

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photometric specifications for the named safety and users in real-world occupational settings, who
contrast colours prescribed in US ISO 3864-1. The may lack the training and motivation to wear
physical requirements that safety signs have to meet hearing protectors in an optimum manner.
are primarily related to daytime colour and normally 1318. US ISO 6385:2016, Ergonomics principles in
lit environments. This standard also includes the the design of work systems (2nd Edition)
colorimetric requirements and test methods for safety This Uganda establishes the fundamental
signs and phosphorescent material which also operate principles of ergonomics as basic guidelines for
in unlit environments. US ISO 3864-4:2011 is the design of work systems and defines relevant
applicable to all locations where safety issues related basic terms. It describes an integrated approach to
to people need to be addressed. However, it is not the design of work systems, where ergonomists
applicable to signalling used for guiding rail, road, will cooperate with others involved in the design,
river, maritime and air traffic and, generally speaking, with attention to the human, the social and the
to those sectors subject to a regulation that may differ. technical requirements in a balanced manner
The colorimetric and photometric properties of during the design process. Users of this standard
retroreflective safety signs, retroreflective materials will include executives, managers, workers (and
combined with fluorescent or phosphorescent their representatives, when appropriate) and
materials, or luminous safety signs activated by a professionals, such as ergonomists, project
radioactive source are not specified in US ISO 3864- managers and designers who are involved in the
4:2011. design or redesign of work systems. Those who
1316. US ISO 4869- 2:1994, Acoustics — Hearing use this standard can find a general knowledge of
protectors — Part 2: Estimation of effective A- ergonomics (human factors), engineering, design,
weighted sound pressure levels when hearing quality and project management helpful. (This
protectors are worn Final Draft Uganda Standard cancels and
This Uganda Standard describes three methods replaces US ISO 6385:2004, Ergonomic
(the octave-band, HML and SNR methods) of principles in the design of work systems, which
estimating the A-weighted sound pressure levels has been technically revised).
effective when hearing protectors are worn. The 1319. US ISO 7010:2011, Graphical symbols —
methods are applicable to either the sound Safety colours and safety signs — Registered safety
pressure level or the equivalent continuous sound signs
pressure level of the noise. Although primarily This Uganda Standard prescribes safety signs for
intended for steady noise exposures, the methods the purposes of accident prevention, fire
are also applicable to noises containing impulsive protection, health hazard information and
components. emergency evacuation. The shape and colour of
1317. US ISO/TS 4869-5:2013, Acoustics — Hearing each safety sign are according to US ISO 3864-1