How to cite an industry standard varies depending on the style manual required by each journal or discipline.There is no such thing as a separate style guide just for industry standards. ANSI recommends using the Chicago Manual of Style for citations. Style manuals do not usually mention how to cite standards, specifically, but they should be treated similar to a book, journal, or book series depending on the situation. Chicago Manual of Style section 14:249 (on "Pamphlets and the Like") says that "[d]ata on author and publisher may not fit the normal pattern, but sufficient information should be given to identify the document." If a standard is published within a journal or other book series, cite it similar to a journal article or a book chapter.
Make sure you provide enough information that anyone interested in further information can track down the original document. Citations should include some clue that it is a standard, the issuing agency (or publication name), standard number, and standard title (at a minimum). Most style guides also prefer a publication date if it is not obvious from the standard number.
Note that a specific standard can be reprinted, altered/reissued by a number of different standards organizations- you need to cite the specific version that you used. For example, API Standard 2543 was also issued as ANSI Z11.172-1965 and ASTM D1086-1964. Some versions retain the original pagination and others have completely different pagination, so if you quote from a page in the standard the only way for someone to find that specific quoted data is with the version of the standard you used.
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