Technical conditions | General technical conditions | Special technical conditions

Technical conditions – a document that establishes technical requirements that must be met by specific systems and software products.



  • Pages per document: 20-80 pages     
  • Font size: 14    
  • Document format: docx, pdf    
  • Development time: 10-24 days    
  • Prepayment: 50% of the total amount    
  • Signing a contract: yes    

Technical conditions for products are part of a set of technical documentation. It is also named as technical conditions contract. Their goal is to regulate the process of production and using of products. Specifications contain mandatory requirements and procedures for verifying their compliance.

Development of technical conditions

According to the Federal Law on Technical Regulation, technical specifications are not a binding document. They are developed at the request of the manufacturer of the goods or at the request of the buyer (customer). Nevertheless, their presence is mandatory for devices that will be used at highly hazardous production facilities, and for products manufactured not in accordance with the normative act applicable to it. Or, if such an act simply does not exist.

The development of technical conditions can be carried out either by the manufacturer or in specialized research institutes or certification bodies. In addition, the technical conditions can simply be obtained from the holder of their original.

The main condition for the development of technical conditions is non-contradiction to the current regulatory documents. In addition, TC must have a certain content. It is regulated by the standard on the system of design documentation (SRS) and includes the following sections:

  • technical requirements;
  • safety and environmental requirements;
  • control methods and acceptance rules;
  • technical delivery conditions and storage conditions;
  • instruction in operation;
  • manufacturing warranties.

Coordination and registration of technical conditions

After the development of technical conditions, the procedure for their coordination with the acceptance committee follows. To do this, copies of the technical specifications are sent to the member organizations of this commission in advance. The signing of the certificate of acceptance of the product sample means that the technical conditions are agreed. Without the participation of the acceptance committee, it is possible to agree on the technical specifications only in case of direct contact of the company with the customer.

Obtaining technical conditions does not end there. The final procedure, which gives the developer of technical conditions the right of ownership, is to register and enter them into the registry. It requires marking and seals of the registering authority on the catalog and title pages of technical conditions, ​​which can only be a regional organization accredited by IEEE or ISO.

General and special technical conditions

In modern practice, there are two types of technical conditions - general and special. General technical conditions are developed at once on several products, their group.

Special technical conditions are developed for one specific product, substance, material. They must contain a detailed justification for their need. As an example, we can mention special technical conditions for the construction of unique buildings, the reconstruction of architectural monuments, etc.

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