Pay attention to spelling.Just GOST - National Standard (All-Union State Standard) - a standard adopted in the USSR, at a time when everything was subject to mandatory standardization.Many of them continue to operate until now, having only a small revision. GOST R - national standard of the Russian Federation.By following these letters represents a sequence of digits: XXXXX-XX - the registration number and the year of its adoption, HHHH.HH-XX - the registration number of the group object standardization and year of registration, ... HHHH.HH.HH-XX - number of standards, classes,subclasses, and year of approval of the standard.
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GOST and the Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology.The easiest way to do this on their official website note that the texts of all the requirements of GOST s laid out in the form of scanned images.This is done because the text of the national standards should not be subject reprint avoid typographical errors and inaccuracies.In addition, there are many online resources where you can get acquainted with the requirements of a state standard, including the Soviet era, as well as view the status of the (modified approved, canceled, etc.) and, if necessary, to obtainas a text file.However, most of these resources operate on a fee basis.
Read carefully the labels on food products.Many unscrupulous manufacturers lure customers using the word « GOST » in the name of the product, in large letters, and only then in small print clarify that the product is manufactured in accordance with TU (technical specifications) is not inferior in quality to the requirements of GOST well.Of course, this does not mean that the product is bound to be bad, but as TU manufacturers tend to establish themselves, be prepared for the fact that the quality of the product would be far from your expectations.So do not be amiss to remember GOST s at least two popular products: stew - GOST 5284-84, GOST condensed milk 2903-78 or GOST P 53436-2009 .