Polish Committee for Standardization

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Polish Committee for Standardization
Polski Komitet Normalizacyjny
Polski Komitet Nomalizacyjny - siedziba w Warszawie.jpg
Headquarters in Warsaw
Committee overview
Formed1924; 97 years ago (1924)
Preceding Committee
  • Polski Komitet Normalizacji, Miar i Jakości
Committee executive
  • Tomasz Schweitzer
Member of ISO

Polish Committee for Standardization (Polish: Polski Komitet Normalizacyjny) is a Polish governmental organization responsible for standardization.

It was established in 1924.

Polish Standard[edit]

Polish Standard (Polish: Polska Norma, PN, denoted by the symbol BS) - a nationwide standard, adopted by consensus and approved by the Polish Committee for Standardization, The Polish Standards are widely available but not free, and their distribution is controlled by the PKN.

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