From now on all standards on one platform!


It's finally here! From now on, NBN also sells all electrotechnical and electronics standards. So no more confusion about whether you should go to the NBN or the Belgian Electrotechnical Committee (BEC) to purchase a standard – you can now find all standards exclusively via the NBN standards platform. That means one central management point for your entire standards collection!

NBN and BEC join forces

Until now, the BEC was responsible for selling electrotechnical and electronics standards, and the NBN for all other standards. At the end of October 2022, the two parties reached an agreement to include electrotechnical and electronics standards in the NBN offering from 2023.

What does this mean for you?

  • You can finally find all Belgian, European and international standards in one place.
  • You benefit from a larger selection as well as a broader service.
  • Your entire standards collection is managed centrally on the NBN platform.
  • You can take advantage of handy subscription plans.

Standards in the shop

As of January 9, 2023, all standards for electrical engineering and electronics are readily available in the NBN web shop . Here you purchase all standards for single-use by one person. You will recognise them as NBN Elektro.

Standards by subscription

Starting January 9, you can take a separate subscription for these standards. This way you can create a standards collection with only standards for electrical engineering and electronics. With a subscription, different employees may use a standard several times. And of course you also enjoy the automatic updates here.

Did you know that ...

... you can purchase a subscription starting at 20 standards? Contact for more information.

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