What is the Meaning & Definition of standards DIN

DIN standards are technical standards for the assurance of quality in industrial and scientific products in Germany. DIN standards are regulations that operate on trade, industry, science and public institutions with respect to the development of German products. DIN is an acronym of ' Deutsches Institut für Normung', either, "German Institute for Standardization", which is the institution, with headquarters in Berlin and established in 1917, which deals with the German standardization. El DIN performed the same functions as international bodies such as the ISO.
DIN standards seek to correspond to the so-called "State of science", ensuring quality and safety in production and consumption. Occasionally, the performance of the DIN standards influence on regulations of other international standardization organizations.
The DIN can be classified as "Basic General" (standards formats, types of line, labeling and others), "fundamentals of technical" (rules of characteristics of elements and mechanical equipment), "of materials" (standards of quality materials, designation, properties, composition, etc.), "of dimensions of parts and mechanisms" (rules of shapes, dimensions and tolerances). And they can also be classified according to their scope, such as "international", "regional", "national" or "company".
These rules are classified with different number and regulate all kinds of aspects of the productive and economic life in Germany. For example, the DIN 476 standard defines formats and sizes of papers that must be adopted officially.
The use of the DIN standards might be, for example, in the manufacture of tools. A case is the development of parts as a key, where the DIN regulate voltages and tolerances more specifications with respect to the final product.
That a product complies with the DIN standards often and for the buyer and user of the same is a guarantee of trust, security and quality.