Lecture Station

As a national standards body, ILNAS has a standardization catalogue of more than 180.000 documents composed of national (ILNAS), European (CEN, CENELEC and ETSI) and international standards (ISO, IEC).

This catalogue includes draft standards, adopted and published ones as well as historical deliverables.

These normative documents can be purchased on the “ILNAS e-shop”, but ILNAS also offers the national economic stakeholders the possibility to consult the national, European and international standards free of charge via dedicated lecture stations.

On these lecture stations, advanced searches can be done (with different criteria’s) in order to allow each interest party to identify the relevant standards they are looking for. Once the standards have been identified, they can be consulted for free (read only access, no printing or saving is possible).

SECURITYMADEIN.LU hosts an ILNAS lecture station within its premises, located 16 boulevard d’Avranches, L-1160 Luxembourg. The lecture station can be accessed by appointment only. To make an appointment, please send an email to info@securitymadein.lu.

Other ILNAS lecture stations can be found at national level:

  • ILNAS premises in Esch-Belval (on appointment)
  • Luxembourg Learning Centre in Esch-Belval
  • LIST premises in Belvaux
  • Chambre des métiers in Kirchberg
  • Former library of the University of Luxembourg in Kirchberg
  • Town administration of Echternach
  • Atert Lycée à Redange

What is this lecture station used for?

This lecture station allows you to consult for free the ILNAS catalogue of standards, which gives you access to all European (CEN, CENELEC and ETSI) and international standards (ISO and IEC).

What is a standard?

Many objects that we use in our daily lives (glasses, bottles, keyboards, etc.) come from international trade. They respect manufacturing and marketing standards, which have been developed by European or international standardization technical committees and approved by standards bodies such as ILNAS. Standards are essential to our security and facilitate trade activities around the world. As such, a standard is a technical document designed to be used as a rule, guideline or definition.

Who is ILNAS?

ILNAS is the national standards body. It is responsible for the national coordination of standardization activities and represents Luxembourg in European and international standardization organizations.