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ANSI

abbr.
American National Standards Institute

ANSI

abbreviation for
American National Standards Institution

ANSI

American National Standards Institute.
Translations

ANSI

[ˈænsi] n abbr (=American National Standards Institution) → ANSI m(= Institut américain de normalisation)
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Department of Defense, and the National Fire Protection Association are some of the organizations that, as ANSI members and ANSI-accredited SDOs, produce American National Standards and/or technical reports for use within the RIM industry.
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ANSI scoping is now included in the new International Building Code (IBC).
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This means that UL will no longer have to submit its standards to ANSI's Board of Standards Review before publishing documents as ANSI standards, reducing the amount of time for approval and publication by up to 60 days.
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