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Dentistry — Polymer-based crown and bridge materials

This document classifies polymer-based crown and veneering materials used in dentistry and specifies their requirements. It also specifies the test methods to be used to determine conformity to these requirements. This document is applicable to polymer-based crown and veneering materials for laboratory-fabricated permanent veneers or crowns. It also applies to polymer-based dental crown and veneering materials for which the manufacturer claims adhesion to the substructure without macro-mechanical retention such as beads or wires.


Dentistry -- Magnetic attachments

ISO 13017:2012 specifies requirements and test methods for assessing the applicability of dental magnetic attachments that provide retention, support and stabilization of crowns and bridges, removable partial dentures, overdentures, superstructures of dental implants and orthodontic or maxillofacial prostheses including obturators.


Plastics -- Guidelines for the recovery and recycling of plastics waste

ISO 15270:2008 provides guidance for the development of standards and specifications covering plastics waste recovery, including recycling. The standard establishes the different options for the recovery of plastics waste arising from pre-consumer and post-consumer sources. It also establishes the quality requirements that should be considered in all steps of the recovery process, and provides general recommendations for inclusion in material standards, test standards and product specifications. Consequently, the process stages, requirements, recommendations and terminology presented in the standard are intended to be of general applicability.


Specification and qualification of welding procedures for metallic materials — Welding procedure test — Part 6: Arc and gas welding of copper and its alloys

ISO 15614-6:2006 specifies how a preliminary welding procedure specification is qualified by welding procedure tests. It applies to the arc and gas welding of copper and copper alloys in all product forms.


Specification and qualification of welding procedures for metallic materials — Welding procedure test — Part 7: Overlay welding

This Standard specifies how a preliminary welding procedure specification for overlay welding is qualified by welding procedure tests. ISO 15614-7:2016 defines the conditions for execution of welding procedure tests and the range of qualification for welding procedures for all practical welding operations within the range of variables listed in Clause 8. ISO 15614-7:2016 applies to all welding processes suitable for overlay welding. In situations where qualification is carried out on a pre-production test piece, the qualification is performed in accordance with ISO 15613 except that, as far as possible, the testing is according to this part of ISO 15614. Building up and repair of parent metal is covered by ISO 15613 or ISO 15614‑1. This edition of ISO 15614‑7 is applicable to all new welding procedure qualification tests. It does not invalidate previous welding procedure tests made in accordance with previous editions of this part of ISO 15614. Where additional tests are required by the present edition, it is only necessary that those additional tests be carried out on a test piece made in accordance with the existing WPS and this part of ISO 15614. If buttering is used for welding between dissimilar materials, the welding procedure is qualified in accordance with ISO 15614‑1. This buttering may be required for weld combining different material structure or properties, e.g. joining martensitic steels or ferritic steels with austenitic steels. Additional tests may be required by application standards.


Specification and qualification of welding procedures for metallic materials — Welding procedure test — Part 8: Welding of tubes to tube-plate joints

ISO 15614-8:2016 specifies requirements for the qualification testing of welding procedures for the arc welding of tube to tube-plate joints in metallic materials by manual, partly mechanized, fully mechanized, or automatic processes. ISO 15614-8:2016 is a part of a series of standards. Details of this series are given in ISO 15607, Annex A. Qualification by tube to tube-plate joint tests can be used for all joints even if they are fully loaded or only seal welded as required in application standards. ISO 15614-8:2016 applies to fusion welding of metallic materials for tube to tube-plate joints with a remaining gap between the tube and the tube-plate for some length of the tube-plate thickness. This part of ISO 15614 does not apply to tube-sheets with forged end connections with welded tubes (external/internal bore welds). For welding of tube to tube-plate joints with mechanical expansion which is load bearing, welding procedure test is to be defined. For other applications and/or requirements, this part of ISO 15614 can be used if required by the specification. Repair welding is to be considered in the welding procedure test.


Cranes — Vocabulary — Part 5: Bridge and gantry cranes

ISO 4306 as a whole establishes a vocabulary of the most commonly used terms in the field of cranes. This part of ISO 4306 defines the terms relating to bridge and gantry cranes. NOTE The corresponding group of terms and definitions in ISO 4306-1 is given in a note following the definition.


Cranes -- Classification -- Part 5: Overhead travelling and portal bridge cranes

Establishes the classification of cranes based on the number of operating cycles to be carried out during the expected life of the appliance and its mechanisms, and a load spectrum factor which represents the nominal state of loading.


Cranes -- Safe use -- Part 3: Tower cranes

ISO 12480-3:2016 establishes required practices for the safe use of tower cranes. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 12480-1. Subjects covered include safe systems of work, management, planning, selection, erection and dismantling, special base, operation and maintenance of cranes and the selection of operators, slingers and signallers. It does not cover manually (non-powered) operated cranes, or cranes in which at least one of its motions is manually operated.


Cranes — Safe use — Part 4: Jib cranes

ISO 12480-4:2007 establishes required practices for the safe use of jib cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 12480-1.


Cranes — Safety — Load lifting attachments

ISO 17096:2015 specifies safety requirements for the following non-fixed load lifting attachments for cranes, hoists, and manually controlled load manipulating devices as defined in Clause 3: - plate clams; - vacuum lifters; - self priming, - non-self-priming (pump, venturi, turbine); - electric lifting magnets (battery-fed and main-fed); - permanent lifting magnets; - electro-permanent lifting magnets; - lifting beams/spreader beams; - C-hooks; - lifting forks; - clamps. ISO 17096:2015 does not specify the additional requirements for the following: a) load lifting attachments in direct contact with foodstuffs or pharmaceuticals requiring a high level of cleanliness for hygiene reasons; b) hazards resulting from handling hazardous materials (e.g. explosives, hot molten masses, radiating materials); c) hazards caused by operation in an explosive atmosphere; d) hazards caused by noise; e) electrical hazards; f) hazards due to hydraulic and pneumatic components. ISO 17096:2015 does not cover attachments intended to lift people. ISO 17096:2015 does not cover slings, ladles, expanding mandrels, buckets, grabs or grab buckets, and container spreaders.


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Earth-moving machinery — Operator enclosure environment —

This part of ISO 10263 specifies a test method to determine the performance of windscreen defrosting systems of earth-moving machinery, fitted with an operator enclosure and a device for defrosting the windscreen. It includes tests that can be conducted with test equipment in commercially available laboratory facilities, as well as in an appropriate outdoor environment.


Earth-moving machinery — Operator enclosure environment —

This part of ISO 10263 specifies a test method for simulating solar heating in the laboratory and measuring the radiant heat energy from a natural or simulated source. It is applicable to earth-moving machines when equipped with an operator enclosure


Mobile cranes — Determination of stability

This International Standard specifies the conditions to be taken into consideration when verifying the stability of a mobile crane by calculation, assuming that the crane is operating on a firm and level surface (up to 1 % gradient). It applies to mobile cranes as defined in ISO 4306-2, i.e. appliances mounted on wheels (tires) or crawlers, with or without outriggers with the exception of loader cranes.


Cranes -- Controls -- Layout and characteristics -- Part 4: Jib

This part of IS0 7752 establishes the arrangement, requirements and direction of movement of the basic controls for travelling, slewing, lifting, hoisting and lowering operations for jib cranes defined in IS0 4366-l as jib-type cranes, other than tower cranes, mobile cranes and railway cranes.


Lifting appliances -- Controls -- Layout and characteristics -- Part

This part of IS0 7752 establishes the arrangement, requirements and direction of movement of the basic controls for travelling, traversing, slewing, cab driving and load hoisting and lowering operations for all overhead travelling cranes and portal bridge cranes, as defined in IS0 4306/l.


Cranes -- Cabins and control stations -- Part 1: General

This part of ISO 8566 specifies the general requirements for cabins and control stations from which cranes, as defined in ISO 4306-1, are operated. It takes the conditions of use of the cabin into consideration.


Cranes -- Cabins and control stations -- Part 3: Tower cranes

This part of ISO 8566 specifies the requirements for cabins and control stations for tower cranes as defined in ISO 4306-3. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 8566-1.


Cranes -- Cabins -- Part 4: Jib cranes

This part of ISO 8566 specifies the requirements for cabins for jib cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1.


Cranes -- Cabins and control stations -- Part 5: Overhead travelling and portal bridge cranes

This document establishes the requirements for cabins and control stations for overhead travelling and portal bridge cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1. It takes the conditions of use of the cabin into consideration.


Quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials —

This part of ISO 3834 provides a general outline of ISO 3834 and criteria to be taken into account for the selection of the appropriate level of quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials, among the three levels specified in ISO 3834-2 [3], ISO 3834-3 [4] and ISO 3834-4 [5]. It applies to manufacturing, both in workshops and at field installation sites. NOTE 1 ISO 3834-2, ISO 3834-3 and ISO 3834-4 provide complete sets of quality requirements for process control related to all fusion welding processes (for each process separately or in combination as specified). ISO 3834-5 specifies the documents with which it is necessary to conform to claim conformity to the quality requirements of ISO 3834-2, ISO 3834-3 or ISO 3834-4. This part of ISO 3834 does not specify requirements for a total quality management system. However, Clause 6 identifies quality management system elements where their inclusion will complement ISO 3834. NOTE 2 ISO 3834-2, ISO 3834-3 and ISO 3834-4 may be used on their own by a manufacturer or in conjunction with ISO 9001:2000.


Quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials —

This part of ISO 3834 defines comprehensive quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials both in workshops and at field installation sites.


Quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials —

This part of ISO 3834 defines standard quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials both in workshops and at field installation sites.


Quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials —

This part of ISO 3834 defines elementary quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials both in workshops and at field installation sites.


Quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials —

This part of ISO 3834 specifies the International Standards with which it is necessary to conform to claim conformity to the quality requirements of ISO 3834‑2, ISO 3834‑3, or ISO 3834‑4. It can only be used in conjunction with ISO 3834‑2, ISO 3834‑3, or ISO 3834‑4.


Ventilation for buildings - Symbols, terminology and graphical

This European Standard comprises the symbols and terminology included in the European standards covering 'Ventilation for buildings' produced by CEN/ TC156.


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This European Standard applies to remote forced convection air cooled liquid coolers, within which no change in the liquid phase occurs. This European Standard does not apply to liquid coolers, designed primarily for installation within the machinery compartment of packaged products. Its purpose is to establish uniform methods to test and ascertain the following: - Product identification; - Capacity; - Air flow rate; - Liquid side pressure drop; - Energy requirements. This European Standard does not cover technical safety aspects.


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This standard specifies methods for uniform assessment and the recording of: - the A-weighted sound power level; - the sound power spectrum; - a calculation method for an overall average sound pressure level at a given distance. Among these data, the sound power level is the only unambiguous characteristic. This standard is applicable to: - forced convection air cooled refrigerant condensers as specified in EN 327; - air cooled liquid coolers "dry coolers" as specified in EN 1048.


Air conditioners, liquid chilling packages, heat pumps, process chillers and dehumidifiers with electrically driven compressors - Determination of the sound power level - Part 1: Air conditioners, liquid chilling packages, heat pumps for space heating and

This European Standard establishes requirements for determining, in accordance with a standardized procedure, the sound power level emitted into the surrounding air by air conditioners, heat pumps, liquid chilling packages with electrically driven compressors when used for space heating and/or cooling, and/or for process, as described in the EN 14511 series and dehumidifiers as described in EN 810. This European Standard also covers the measurement of the sound power level of evaporatively cooled condenser air conditioners, as defined in EN 15218. However, the measurement will be done without external water feeding and these units will thus be considered as the other air conditioners covered by the EN 14511 series. It is emphasized that this measurement standard only refers to airborne noise.


Ventilation for buildings - Test procedures and measurement methods to hand over air conditioning and ventilation systems

This European Standard specifies checks, test methods and measuring instruments in order to verify the fitness for purpose of the installed systems primarily for handing over which will be partially performed before, during and after handing over. This European Standard enables the choice between simple test methods, when sufficient, and extensive measurements, when necessary. This European Standard applies to mechanically operated ventilation and air conditioning systems as specified in EN 12792 and comprising any of the following: - air terminal devices and units, - air handling units, - air distribution systems (supply, extract, exhaust), - fire protection devices, - automatic control devices. When the system is set, adjusted and balanced measurement methods described in this European Standard apply. This European Standard does not apply to: - heat generating systems and their control, - refrigerating systems and their control, - distribution of heating and cooling medium to the air handling units, - compressed air supplying systems, - water conditioning systems, - central steam generating systems for air humidifying, - electric supply systems. This European Standard applies to ventilation and air conditioning systems designed for the maintenance of comfort conditions in buildings. It is not applicable in the case of systems for the control of industrial or other special process environments. In the latter case, however, it may be referred to if the system technology is similar to that of the above mentioned ventilation and air conditioning systems. This European Standard does not include any requirements concerning the installation contract. However, in order to facilitate the application of this standard, the installation contract should refer to the provisions which are listed in Annex F. The measuring methods in this European Standard can be used in the frame of the energy inspection of airconditioning systems according to EU Directive 2010/31/EU "Energy performance of buildings Directive" (see EN 15239, EN 15240). This European Standard may be used for residential and dwelling ventilation systems. NL EN 12599:2019


Floating leisure articles for use on and in the water —Part 2: Consumer information

This document specifies consumer information for classified floating leisure articles for use on and in water according to ISO 25649-1. This document is applicable with ISO 25649-1 and the relevant specific parts (ISO 25649-3 to ISO 25649-7). NOTE 1 Specific safety requirements are specified in the specific parts ISO 25649-3 to ISO 25649-7. NOTE 2 The specific parts can include exclusions from the general requirements specified in this document and/or ISO 25649-1.


Temporary structure - Tents - Safety

This European Standard specifies safety requirements which need to be observed at design, calculation, manufacture, installation, maintenance, of mobile, temporary installed tents with more than 50 m2 ground area. This European Standard applies also to multiple small tents which are normally not covered by this standard and will be installed close together and exceed 50 m2 in sum. NOTE Information is given in Annex C on Examination and Approval.


Stationary training equipment — Part 1: General safety requirements and test methods

This part of ISO 20957 specifies general safety requirements and test methods for stationary training equipment unless modified in the other parts of this International Standard. This part of ISO 20957 also covers environmental aspects. It also specifies a classification system (see Clause 4). This part of ISO 20957 is applicable to all stationary training equipment as defined in 3.1. This includes equipment for use in training areas of organizations such as sport associations, educational establishments, hotels, sport halls, clubs, rehabilitation centres and studios (classes S and I) where access and control is specifically regulated by the owner (person who has the legal responsibility), equipment for domestic use (class H) and other types of equipment including motor driven equipment as defined in 3.1. The requirements of a specific part of ISO 20957 take priority over the corresponding requirements of this general standard. If the intended use of the stationary training equipment is for children under 14 years other standards are applicable unless such stationary training equipment is intended for educational purposes in schools and other pedagogical contexts for children under the surveillance of a qualified adult instructor. This part of ISO 20957 does not apply to stationary training equipment intended for outdoor use without supervision e.g. freely accessible. NOTE 1 If a user has special needs (medical rehabilitation, disability) it is essential that the owner (the person with legal responsibility) conducts a specific risk assessment to determine safe use and if necessary to ensure trained staff are available to supervise the activity. NOTE 2 In the event that the stationary training equipment is intended for medical purposes, attention is drawn to the requirements of Council Directive of 14 June 1993 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to medical devices 93/42/EEC in addition to the requirements of this part of ISO 20957. NOTE 3 In the event that the stationary training equipment is intended for children’s purposes, attention is drawn to the requirements of Council Directive of 18 June 2009 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to safety of toys 2009/48/EC in addition to the requirements of this part of ISO 20957. NOTE 4 In the event that the stationary training equipment is designed to be accessible to people with disability, attention is drawn to any relevant national guidelines. NOTE 5 Concerning flammability, attention is drawn to national regulations. NOTE 6 In the event that the stationary training equipment contains environmental critical components, attention is drawn to national regulations, e.g. European Directive


Furniture - Children's cots and folding cots for domestic use – Part 1: Safety requirements

This European Standard specifies safety requirements for children's cots for domestic use with an internal length greater than 900 mm but not more than 1 400 mm. The requirements apply to a cot that is fully assembled and ready for use. For cots that can be converted into other items e.g. changing units, playpens additional requirements can apply. This European Standard does not apply to carry cots, cribs and cradles for which a separate European standard exists.


Furniture - Operating mechanisms for seating and sofa-beds - Test methods

This European Standard specifies test methods for the determination of the durability of hand and power operated reclining mechanisms for adult seating. It also specifies test methods for the determination of the durability of mechanisms for converting sofas and chairs into beds. The test methods are based on use by a person weighing up to 110 kg. Requirements for the durability of reclining mechanisms are not included within this standard. Test methods for strength and durability of the structure are not included. It does not apply to the safety of electrically driven seating which is covered by the machinery, low voltage and EMC directives. It does not apply to tilting and reclining mechanisms fitted to work chairs.


Furniture - Strength, durability and safety - Requirements for domestic tables

This European Standard specifies the minimum requirements for the safety, strength and durability of all types of domestic tables for use by adults, including those with glass in their construction. It does not apply to office tables and office desks, tables for non-domestic use, tables for educational institutions and outdoor tables for which European Standards exist. It does not apply to tables where the table top is not fixed to the understructure, i.e. when applying test 3, Table 2, the top becomes detached from the understructure. With the exception of stability tests, the standard does not provide assessment of the suitability of any storage features included in domestic tables. It does not include requirements for the durability of castors and height adjustment mechanisms. It does not include requirements for electrical safety. It does not include requirements for the resistance to ageing and degradation. Annex A (informative) contains a table top deflection test.


Earth-moving machinery — Safety — Part 9: Requirements for pipelayers

This document gives the safety requirements specific to pipelayers as defined in ISO 6165. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 20474-1, which specifies general safety requirements common to two or more earth-moving machine families. The specific requirements given in this document take precedence over the general requirements of ISO 20474-1. This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the earth-moving machinery within its scope (see ISO 20474-1:2017, Annex A) when used as intended or under conditions of misuse reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. It specifies the appropriate technical measures for eliminating or reducing risks arising from relevant hazards, hazardous situations or events during commissioning, operation and maintenance. This document is not applicable to machines manufactured before the date of its publication.


Earth-moving machinery — Safety — Part 10: Requirements for trenchers

This document gives the safety requirements specific to trenchers as defined in ISO 6165. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 20474-1, which specifies general safety requirements common to two or more earth-moving machine families. The specific requirements given in this document take precedence over the general requirements of ISO 20474-1. This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the earth-moving machinery within its scope (see ISO 20474-1:2017, Annex A) when used as intended or under conditions of misuse reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. It specifies the appropriate technical measures for eliminating or reducing risks arising from relevant hazards, hazardous situations or events during commissioning, operation and maintenance. This document is not applicable to machines manufactured before the date of its publication.


Earth-moving machinery — Safety — Part 11: Requirements for landfill compactors

This document gives the safety requirements specific to landfill compactors as defined in ISO 6165. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 20474-1, which specifies general safety requirements common to two or more earth-moving machine families. The specific requirements given in this document take precedence over the general requirements of ISO 20474-1. This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the earth-moving machinery within its scope (see ISO 20474-1:2017, Annex A) when used as intended or under conditions of misuse reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. It specifies the appropriate technical measures for eliminating or reducing risks arising from relevant hazards, hazardous situations or events during commissioning, operation and maintenance. This document is not applicable to machines manufactured before the date of its publication. NOTE Roller compactors are dealt with by ISO 20474-13


Earth-moving machinery — Safety — Part 12: Requirements for cable excavators

This document gives the safety requirements specific to cable excavators as defined in ISO 6165. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 20474-1, which specifies general safety requirements common to two or more earth-moving machine families. The specific requirements given in this document take precedence over the general requirements of ISO 20474-1. This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the earth-moving machinery within its scope (see ISO 20474-1:2017, Annex A) when used as intended or under conditions of misuse reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. It specifies the appropriate technical measures for eliminating or reducing risks arising from relevant hazards, hazardous situations or events during commissioning, operation and maintenance. It is applicable only to the machine itself if the cable excavator is intended for use in combination with other equipment or attachments such as drill rigs and those for pile d


Earth-moving machinery — Safety — Part 13: Requirements for rollers

This document gives the safety requirements specific to rollers as defined in ISO 6165. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 20474-1, which specifies general safety requirements common to two or more earth-moving machine families. The specific requirements given in this document take precedence over the general requirements of ISO 20474-1. This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the earth-moving machinery within its scope (see ISO 20474-1:2017, Annex A) when used as intended or under conditions of misuse reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. It specifies the appropriate technical measures for eliminating or reducing risks arising from relevant hazards, hazardous situations or events during commissioning, operation and maintenance. This document is not applicable to machines manufactured before the date of its publication.


Cranes -- Competency requirements for crane inspectors

This International Standard specifies the competency required for persons who carry out periodic, exceptional, alteration and thorough inspections of cranes. It excludes the inspection and checks performed by crane operators and maintenance personnel.


Cranes -- Maintenance -- Part 1: General

This International Standard establishes required practices for the maintenance of cranes by owners/users.


Cranes -- Crane operating manual -- Part 2: Mobile cranes

This part of ISO 9928 specifies the contents of a manual for the operators of mobile cranes as defined in ISO 4306-2.


Cranes -- Control layout and characteristics -- Part 1: General principles

This part of ISO 7752 establishes principles and requirements for the controls of cranes. It deals with the arrangement of those controls used in positioning loads and serves as a general basis for the elaboration of detailed standards covering the controls of particular types of cranes.


Cranes -- Control layout and characteristics -- Part 2: Basic arrangement and requirements for mobile cranes

This part of ISO 7752 establishes the arrangement, requirements and direction of movement of the basic controls for slewing, load hoisting and lowering, and boom luffing and telescoping, on mobile cranes as defined in ISO 4306‑2. It deals with bi-directional controls and the basic arrangement and requirements for cross-shift levers (multi-directional controls). It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 7752-1.


Cranes -- Control layout and characteristics -- Part 3: Tower cranes

This part of ISO 7752 specifies the particular requirements for controls for tower cranes as defined in ISO 4306-3:2003 and ISO 4306-3:2003/Amd. 1:2011 and the arrangement of basic control used for positioning loads. NOTE For the general principles and requirements for the controls of cranes, see ISO 7752-1.


Cold formed welded structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain steels - Part 1: Technical delivery conditions

This part of this European Standard specifies the technical delivery conditions for cold formed welded structural hollow sections of circular, square or rectangular forms and applies to structural hollow sections formed cold without subsequent heat treatment. Requirements for tolerances, dimensions and sectional properties are contained in EN 10219-2. NOTE A range of steel grades is specified in this European Standard and the user should select the grade appropriate to the intended use and service conditions. The grades and mechanical properties of the finished hollow sections are compatible with those in EN 10025-2 and EN 10025-3.


Cold formed welded structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain steels - Part 2: Tolerances, dimensions and sectional properties

This part of EN 10219 specifies tolerances for cold formed welded circular, square and rectangular structural hollow sections, manufactured in wall thicknesses up to 40 mm, in the following size ranges: Circular: Outside diameters up to 2 500 mm Square: Outside dimensions up to 500 mm x 500 mm Rectangular: Outside dimensions up to 500 mm x 300 mm The formulae for calculating sectional properties of sections manufactured to the dimensional tolerances of this standard, to be used for the purposes of structural design, are given in Annex B. Dimensions and sectional properties for a limited range of sizes are given in Annex C. Technical delivery conditions are specified in EN 10219-1. NOTE The designation of the sections' major axis (yy) and its minor axis (zz) align with the axis designation used for structural design in the structural Eurocodes.