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Plastics - Recycled Plastics - Characterisation of plastics wastes

This Standard provides a scheme for the characterisation of plastics wastes, laying out those properties for which the supplier of the waste shall make information available to the purchaser, and identifying test methods where applicable. The scheme provides for a division of information between "Required Data", where a statement is required, even if it is "unclassified", and additional "Optional Data" which the supplier may choose to provide if it adds value to the waste. This standard is applicable without prejudice to any existing legislation. NOTE This standard does not cover the characterisation of plastics recyclates.


Plastics — Determination of the ultimate anaerobic biodegradation of plastic materials in controlled slurry digestion systems — Method by measurement of biogas production

This document specifies a method of evaluating the ultimate anaerobic biodegradability of plastic materials in a controlled anaerobic slurry digestion system with a solids concentration not exceeding 15 %, which is often found for the treatment of sewage sludge, livestock faeces or garbage. The test method is designed to yield a percentage and rate of conversion of the organic carbon in the test materials to carbon dioxide and methane produced as biogas. The method applies to the following materials, provided they have a known carbon content: — natural and/or synthetic polymers, copolymers or mixtures; — plastic materials that contain additives such as plasticizers, colorants, or other compounds; — water-soluble polymers. It does not apply to materials which exhibit inhibitory effects on the test microorganisms at the concentration chosen for the test. NOTE Inhibitory effects can be determined by an inhibition test (e.g. ISO 13641-1 or ISO 13641-2).


Cranes -- Information to be provided -- Part 5: Overhead travelling cranes and portal bridge cranes

Specifies information to be provided by: a purchaser in enquiring about or ordering a crane, a manufacturer in tendering for or supplying a crane. Annex A forms an integral part of this standard


Information technology — Security techniques — Guidelines for information and communication technology readiness for business continuity

This International Standard describes the concepts and principles of information and communication technology (ICT) readiness for business continuity, and provides a framework of methods and processes to identify and specify all aspects (such as performance criteria, design, and implementation) for improving an organization's ICT readiness to ensure business continuity. It applies to any organization (private, governmental, and non-governmental, irrespective of size) developing its ICT readiness for business continuity (IRBC) program, and requiring its ICT services/infrastructures to be ready to support business operations in the event of emerging events and incidents, and related disruptions, that could affect continuity (including security) of critical business functions. It also enables an organization to measure performance parameters that correlate to its IRBC in a consistent and recognized manner. The scope of this International Standard encompasses all events and incidents (including security related) that could have an impact on ICT infrastructure and systems. It includes and extends the practices of information security incident handling and management and ICT readiness planning and services.


Information technology — Security techniques — Application security —Part 2: Organization normative framework

ISO/IEC 27034-2:2015 provides a detailed description of the Organization Normative Framework and provides guidance to organizations for its implementation.


Information technology — Security techniques — Application security — Part 5: Protocols and application security controls data structure

ISO/IEC 27034-5 outlines and explains the minimal set of essential attributes of ASCs and details the activities and roles of the Application Security Life Cycle Reference Model (ASLCRM).


Information technology — Security techniques — Application security —Part 6: Case studies

This document provides usage examples of ASCs for specific applications. NOTE Herein specified ASCs are provided for explanation purposes only and the audience is encouraged to create their own ASCs to assure the application security.


Information technology — Security techniques — Privacy capability assessment model

This International Standard provides organizations with high-level guidance about how to assess their capability to manage privacy-related processes. In particular, it - specifies steps in assessing processes to determine privacy capability, - specifies a set of levels for privacy capability assessment, - provides guidance on the key process areas against which privacy capability can be assessed, - provides guidance for those implementing process assessment, and - provides guidance on how to integrate the privacy capability assessment into organizations operations.


Information technology — Security techniques — Code of practice for personally identifiable information protection

This Recommendation | International Standard establishes control objectives, controls and guidelines for implementing controls, to meet the requirements identified by a risk and impact assessment related to the protection of personally identifiable information (PII). In particular, this Recommendation | International Standard specifies guidelines based on ISO/IEC 27002, taking into consideration the requirements for processing PII that may be applicable within the context of an organization's information security risk environment(s). This Recommendation | International Standard is applicable to all types and sizes of organizations acting as PII controllers (as defined in ISO/IEC 29100), including public and private companies, government entities and not-for-profit organizations that process PII.


Information technology — Security techniques — Guidelines for privacy impact assessment

This document gives guidelines for - a process on privacy impact assessments, and - a structure and content of a PIA report. It is applicable to all types and sizes of organizations, including public companies, private companies, government entities and not-for-profit organizations. This document is relevant to those involved in designing or implementing projects, including the parties operating data processing systems and services that process PII.


Child use and care articles - Soothers for babies and young children - Safety requirements and test methods

This European Standard specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and product information for soothers. This European Standard is applicable to products that resemble or function as a soother. Some soothers may be marketed with other functions. This standard is applicable to these products (some examples are given in Annex C). This European Standard does not apply to products designed for specialist clinical medical applications, e.g. those relating to Pierre-Robin Syndrome or premature babies (see Annex C). The standard is not applicable to feeding teats. Safety requirements and test methods for feeding teats are included in all parts of EN 14350 [2], [3].


Child Use and Care Articles - Cutlery and Feeding Utensils - Safety Requirements and Tests

This document specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and labelling of cutlery and feeding utensils. All products which are intended to be used by a child aged up to 36 months to eat by itself or with the assistance of another person are included in the scope of this document. This includes products which have a different primary function, but have a secondary function intended to allow a child to use the product to eat by itself or with the assistance of another person. It does not apply to pre-prepared food containers, or to cutlery and feeding utensils designed for specialist medical applications or for use under medical supervision. It includes test methods for the mechanical and chemical requirements specified and requirements relating to the instructions of use. There are some products designed as a toy or with features that resemble a toy. These products shall additionally meet the relevant requirements of EN 71. This document is not applicable for drinking equipment (feeding bottles, teats, spouts, and cups) which is covered by EN 14350-1 and EN 14350-2.


Child use and care articles - Children's harnesses, reins and similar type articles - Safety requirements and test methods

This document specifies the minimum safety requirements and test methods for harnesses, comprising strap assemblies, and body type garments for restraining children up to 4 years of age. These products are for use in child use and care articles, which are fitted with specified attachment points. These products may be provided with a detachable rein for use when the child is walking. These products may incorporate storage pockets e.g. back or waist packs. This document specifies the minimum safety requirements and test methods for restraint systems, designed to fit around a child's wrist for use when walking. This document does not apply to restraint systems, permanently fitted as an integral feature of child use and care articles. This document does not apply to restraint systems intended for children with special needs. This document does not apply to restraint systems for use in motorised and power driven vehicles.


Inflatable play equipment - Safety requirements and test methods

This European Standard is applicable to inflatable play equipment intended for use by children fourteen years and under both individually and collectively. This standard specifies safety requirements for inflatable play equipment for which the primary activities are bouncing and sliding. It sets measures to address risks and also to minimise accidents to users for those involved in the design, manufacture and supply of inflatable play equipment. It specifies information to be supplied with the equipment. The requirements have been laid down bearing in mind the risk factor based on available data. This standard specifies the requirements that will protect a child from hazards that he or she may be unable to foresee when using the equipment as intended, or in a manner that can be reasonably anticipated. This standard is not applicable to inflatable water-borne play and leisure equipment, domestic inflatable toys, air-supported buildings, inflatables used solely for protection, inflatables used for rescue, or other types of inflatable toys where the primary activity is not bouncing or sliding.


Inflation devices and accessories for inflatable consumer products - Part 1: Compatibility of valves and valve adapters

This document specifies the valve side interface geometry between valves and pump adapters as well as strength requirements of valves and valve adapters for inflatable consumer articles. This document does not apply for - valves of personal flotation devices according to EN ISO 12402; - diving accessories and buoyancy compensators according to EN 1809. This document excludes the following valve types: - valves used for bicycles and vehicles; - needle valves (e. g. valves used for team sport balls).


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تهدف هذه المواصفة القياسية إلى تحديد المتطلبات والشروط الواجب توافرها في المشروب الكحولي المعروف تجاريا تحت اسم "البيرة" الجعة، المعد للاستهلاك المباشر. لا تطبق هذه المواصفة القياسية على البيرة الخالية من الغلوتين.


Refrigerating systems and heat pumps - Safety and environmental requirements - Part 1: Basic requirements, definitions, classification and selection criteria

This International Standard specifies the requirements for the safety of persons and property, provides guidance for the protection of the environment and establishes procedures for the operation, maintenance and repair of refrigerating systems and the recovery of refrigerants. The term “refrigerating system” used in this European Standard includes heat pumps. This part of EN 378 specifies the classification and selection criteria applicable to refrigerating systems. These classification and selection criteria are used in parts 2, 3 and 4. This standard applies: a) to refrigerating systems, stationary or mobile, of all sizes except to vehicle air conditioning systems covered by a specific product standard e.g. ISO 13043; b) to secondary cooling or heating systems; c) to the location of the refrigerating systems; d) to replaced parts and added components after adoption of this standard if they are not identical in function and in the capacity; Systems using refrigerants other than those listed in Annex E of this European Standard are not covered by this standard. Annex C specifies how to determine the amount of refrigerant permitted in a given space, which when exceeded, requires additional protective measures to reduce the risk. Annex E specifies criteria for safety and environmental considerations of different refrigerants used in refrigeration and air conditioning. This standard is not applicable to refrigerating systems and heat pumps which were manufactured before the date of its publication as a European Standard except for extensions and modifications to the system which were implemented after publication. This standard is applicable to new refrigerating systems, extensions or modifications of already existing systems, and for existing stationary systems, being transferred to and operated on another site. This standard also applies in the case of the conversion of a system to another refrigerant type, in which case conformity to the relevant clauses of parts 1 to 4 of the standard shall be assessed. Product family standards dealing with the safety of refrigerating systems takes precedence over horizontal and generic standards covering the same subject.


Refrigerating systems and heat pumps - Safety and environmental requirements - Part 2: Design, construction, testing, marking and documentation

This European Standard specifies the requirements for the safety of persons and property, provides guidance for the protection of the environment and establishes procedures for the operation, maintenance and repair of refrigerating systems and the recovery of refrigerants. The term “refrigerating system” used in this European Standard includes heat pumps. This Part 2 of this Standard is applicable to the design, construction and installation of refrigerating systems including piping, components and materials. It includes ancillary equipment not covered in EN 378-1, EN 378-3 or EN 378-4 which is directly associated with these systems. It also specifies requirements for testing, commissioning, marking and documentation. Requirements for secondary heat transfer circuits are excluded except for any protection requirements associated with the refrigerating system. Ancillary equipment includes, for example, fans, fan motors, electrical motors and transmission assemblies for open compressor systems. This standard applies: a) to refrigerating systems, stationary or mobile, of all sizes except to vehicle air conditioning systems covered by a specific product standard, e.g. ISO 13043; b) to secondary cooling or heating systems; c) to the location of the refrigerating systems; d) to replaced parts and added components after adoption of this standard if they are not identical in function and in the capacity. Systems using refrigerants other than those listed in EN 378-1:2016, Annex E are not covered by this standard. This standard does not apply to goods in storage. This standard is not applicable to refrigerating systems which were manufactured before the date of its publication as a European Standard except for extensions and modifications to the system which were implemented after publication. This standard is applicable to new refrigerating systems, extensions or modifications of already existing systems, and for existing stationary systems, being transferred to and operated on another site. This standard also applies in the case of the conversion of a system to another refrigerant type, in which case conformity to the relevant clauses of parts 1 to 4 of the standard shall be assessed.


Refrigerating systems and heat pumps - Safety and environmental requirements - Part 3: Installation site and personal protection

This European Standard specifies the requirements for the safety of persons and property, provides guidance for the protection of the environment and establishes procedures for the operation, maintenance and repair of refrigerating systems and the recovery of refrigerants. The term “refrigerating system” used in this European Standard includes heat pumps. This Part 3 of the European Standard is applicable to the installation site (plant space and services). It specifies requirements on the site for safety, which may be needed because of, but not directly connected with, the refrigerating system and its ancillary components. This standard applies: a) to refrigerating systems, stationary or mobile, of all sizes except to vehicle air conditioning systems covered by a specific product standard e.g. ISO 13043; b) to secondary cooling or heating systems; c) to the location of the refrigerating systems; d) to replaced parts and added components after adoption of this standard if they are not identical in function and in the capacity. Systems using refrigerants other than those listed in of EN 378-1:2016, Annex E are not covered by this standard. This standard does not apply to goods in storage. This standard is not applicable to refrigerating systems which were manufactured before the date of its publication as a European Standard except for extensions and modifications to the system which were implemented after publication. This standard is applicable to new refrigerating systems, extensions or modifications of already existing systems, and for existing stationary systems, being transferred to and operated on another site. This standard also applies in the case of the conversion of a system for another refrigerant type, in which case conformity with the relevant clauses of parts 1 to 4 of the standard shall be assessed.


Refrigerating systems and heat pumps - Safety and environmental requirements - Part 4: Operation, maintenance, repair and recovery

This European Standard specifies the requirements for the safety of persons and property, provides guidance for the protection of the environment and establishes procedures for the operation, maintenance and repair of refrigerating systems and the recovery of refrigerants. The term “refrigerating system” used in this European Standard includes heat pumps. This standard applies: a) to refrigerating systems, stationary or mobile, of all sizes including heat pumps; b) to secondary cooling or heating systems; c) to the location of the refrigerating systems; d) to parts replaced and components added after adoption of this standard if they are not identical in function and capacity. This standard does not cover “motor vehicle air conditioners” constructed according to product standards such as ISO 13043. Systems using refrigerants other than those listed in EN 378-1:2016, Annex E are not covered by this standard unless they have been assigned to a safety class according to ISO 817. This standard does not apply to goods in storage. This standard is not applicable to refrigeration systems and heat pumps which were manufactured before the date of its publication as a European Standard except for extensions and modifications to the system which were implemented after publication. This standard is applicable to new refrigerating systems, extensions or modifications of already existing systems, and for existing stationary systems, being transferred to and operated on another site. This standard also applies in the case of the conversion of a system to another refrigerant type, in which case conformity to the relevant clauses of parts 1 to 4 of the standard shall be assessed. This Part 4 of the European Standard specifies requirements for safety and environmental aspects in relation to operation, maintenance, and repair of refrigerating systems and the recovery, reuse and disposal of all types of refrigerant, refrigerant oil, heat-transfer fluid, refrigerating system and part thereof. These requirements are intended to minimise risks of injury to persons and damage to property and the environment resulting from improper handling of the refrigerants or from contaminants leading to system breakdown and resultant emission of the refrigerant. Subclauses 4, 5.1.1 to 5.1.4, 5.2, 5.3.1, 5.3.3 and 6.6 of this European Standard are not applicable to unitary systems having a power cord, being factory sealed, and in conformance with EN 60335 series.


Definition and classification of grades of steel

This European Standard defines the term "steel" (see clause 2) and classifies steel grades into : - non alloy, stainless steel and other alloy steels by chemical composition (see clause 3) ; - main quality classes (see clause 4) defined by main property or application characteristics for non alloy, stainless and other alloy steels.


Hot rolled products of structural steels - Part 1: General technical delivery conditions

1.1 This document specifies requirements for flat and long products (see Clause 3) of hot rolled structural steels excluding structural hollow sections and tubes. Part 1 of this document specifies the general delivery conditions. The specific requirements for structural steels are given in the following Parts: Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for non-alloy structural steels Part 3: Technical delivery conditions for normalized/normalized rolled weldable fine grain structural steels Part 4: Technical delivery conditions for thermomechanical rolled weldable fine grain structural steels Part 5: Technical delivery conditions for structural steels with improved atmospheric corrosion resistance Part 6: Technical delivery conditions for flat products of high yield strength structural steels in the quenched and tempered condition The steels specified in this document are intended for use in welded, bolted and riveted structures. 1.2 This document does not apply to coated products or to steel products for general structural applications in accordance with the standards and draft standards listed in the Bibliography.


Hot rolled products of structural steels - Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for non-alloy structural steels

Part 2 of this document, in addition to Part 1, specifies the technical delivery conditions for flat and long products and semi-finished products which are meant for further processing to flat and long products of hot rolled non-alloy quality steels in the grades and qualities given in Tables 2 to 6 (chemical composition) and Tables 7 to 9 (mechanical properties) in the delivery conditions as given in 6.3. Three engineering steels are also specified in this document (see Tables 3 and 5) (chemical composition) and Table 8 (mechanical properties). This document does not apply to structural hollow sections and tubes (see EN 10210-1 and EN 10219-1). The technical delivery conditions apply to thicknesses ≥ 3 mm and ≤ 150 mm for long products of steel grade S450J0. The technical delivery conditions apply to thicknesses ≤ 250 mm for flat and long products of all othergrades and qualities. In addition for flat products of qualities J2 and K2 the technical conditions apply to thicknesses ≤ 400 mm. Products made of steel grades S185, E295, E335 and E360 cannot be CE marked. The steels specified in this Part 2 are not intended to be heat treated except products delivered in delivery condition +N. Stress relief annealing is permitted (see also the NOTE in 7.3.1.1 of EN 10025-1:2004). Products delivered in +N condition can be hot formed and/or normalized after delivery (see Clause 3). NOTE 1 Semi-finished products which are to be converted to rolled finished products conforming to this document should be the subject of special agreement at the time of the enquiry and order. The chemical composition can also be agreed at the time of the order, however the values should be within the limits of Tables 2 and 3. NOTE 2 For certain grades and product forms suitability for particular applications may be specified at the time of the enquiry and order (see 7.4.2, 7.4.3 and Table 10).


Hot rolled products of structural steels - Part 3: Technical delivery conditions for normalized/normalized rolled weldable fine grain structural steels

Part 3 of this document, in addition to part 1, specifies requirements for flat and long products of hot rolled weldable fine grain structural steels in the normalized/normalized rolled delivery condition in the grades and qualities given in Tables 2 to 4 (chemical composition) and Tables 5 to 7 (mechanical properties) in thickness ≤ 250 mm for grades S275, S355 and S420 and in thickness ≤ 200 mm for grade S460. In addition to EN 10025-1:2004 the steels specified in this document are especially intended for use in heavily loaded parts of welded structures such as, bridges, flood gates, storages tanks, water supply tanks, etc., for service at ambient and low temperatures.


Hot rolled products of structural steels - Part 4: Technical delivery conditions for thermomechanical rolled weldable fine grain structural steels

Part 4 of this document, in addition to Part 1, specifies requirements for flat and long products of hot rolled weldable fine grain structural steels in the thermomechanical rolled condition in the grades and qualities given in Tables 2 to 4 (chemical composition) and Tables 5 to 7 (mechanical properties) in thickness ≤ 120 mm for flat products and in thickness ≤ 150 mm for long products. In addition to EN 10025-1 the steels specified in this document are especially intended for use in heavily loaded parts of welded structures such as, bridges, flood gates, storage tanks, water supply tanks, etc., for service at ambient and low temperatures.


Hot rolled products of structural steels - Part 5: Technical delivery conditions for structural steels with improved atmospheric corrosion resistance

Part 5 of this document, in addition to part 1, specifies requirements for flat and long products of hot rolled steels with improved atmospheric corrosion resistance in the grades and qualities given in Tables 2 and 3 (chemical composition) and Tables 4 and 5 (mechanical properties) in the usual delivery conditions as given in 6.3. The thicknesses in which products of the steel grades and qualities specified in this document may be supplied are given in Table 1. In addition to EN 10025-1:2004 the steels specified in this document are especially intended for use in welded, bolted and riveted components which shall have enhanced resistance to atmospheric corrosion, for service at ambient temperatures (subject to the restrictions described in 7.4.1). The steels specified in this Part 5 are not intended to be heat treated except products delivered in the delivery condition +N. Stress relief annealing is permitted (see also the NOTE in 7.3.1.1 of EN 10025-1:2004). Products delivered in +N condition can be hot formed and/or normalized after delivery (see Clause 3).


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This European Standard applies only to condensing units for refrigeration and describes a number of selected performance test methods. These methods provide sufficiently accurate results for the determination of the refrigerating capacity, power absorbed, refrigerant mass flow and the coefficient of performance. This European Standard applies only to performance tests conducted at the manufacturer's works or wherever the instrumentation and load stability for testing to the accuracy required is available.


Hot rolled products of structural steels - Part 6: Technical delivery conditions for flat products of high yield strength structural steels in the quenched and tempered condition

Part 6 of this document, in addition to part 1, specifies requirements for flat products of high yield strength alloy special steels. The grades and qualities are given in Tables 2 to 4 (chemical composition) and Tables 5 to 7 (mechanical properties) and are supplied in the quenched and tempered condition as given in 6.3. The steels specified in this document are applicable to hot-rolled flat products with a minimum nominal thickness of 3 mm and a maximum nominal thickness ≤ 150 mm for grades S460, S500, S550, S620 and S690, a maximum nominal thickness ≤ 100 mm for grade S890 and a maximum nominal thickness ≤ 50 mm for grade S960, in steels which, after quenching and tempering, have a specified minimum yield strength of 460 MPa1) to 960 MPa1).


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Office furniture - Office work chair - Part 1: Dimensions -

This part of the prEN 1335:1999 applies to office work chairs. It specifies dimensions of three types of chairs as well as test methods for their determination.


Office furniture - Office work chair - Part 2: Safety requirements

This document specifies safety, strength and durability requirements for office work chairs. It does not apply to other seating in the office area for which other European Standards exist. The requirements are based upon use for 8 h a day by persons weighing up to 110 kg. Annex A (informative) contains loads, masses and cycles for functional tests.


Office furniture - Office work chair - Part 4: Clarifications to EN

This Technical Report specifies the definitions of a number of terms given in EN 1335-1:2000, which have been identified by CEN/TC 207/SC 3/WG 1 as being interpreted in different ways by test laboratories and manufacturers.


Houses — Description of performance — Part 1: Structural safety

This part of ISO 15928 sets out a method for describing the structural safety performance of houses. It covers objectives, provides performance descriptions, establishes parameter descriptions, and outlines evaluation processes. It includes a description of permanent, imposed, wind, seismic, snow and other actions as well as structural resistance. This part of ISO 15928 is intended for use in the evaluation of the design and construction of houses, in the international trading of houses or their sub-systems, and in developing risk-management tools for the protection of houses. The ISO 15928‑ series does not specify a level of performance and it is not intended to provide a design method and/or criteria. It describes the structural safety of a house as a whole. NOTE 1 Annex A includes background information on this part of ISO 15928, guidance on its use, and suggestions on good practice. NOTE 2 Details on references referred to in Notes are provided in a Bibliography. NOTE 3 Structural serviceability, durability and other attributes are covered in other parts of ISO 15928.


Glass in building - Coated glass - Part 1: Definitions and

This European Standard defines the characteristics, properties and classification of coated glass for use in building. Test methods and procedures used to establish durability are in Parts 2 and 3 of this standard. Factory production control and evaluation of conformity, including Annex ZA, are in Part 4 of this standard. Test methods for determination of self cleaning performances of coated glass are in Part 5. This standard applies to coated glass for glazing application for use in normally occupied domestic or commercial premises. This standard is not applicable to: - adhesive backed polymeric films on glass (prEN 15755-1); - mirrors made from silvered float glass (EN 1036-1); - enamelled glass (EN 12150-1, EN 1863-1, 14179-1). - Painted glass (standard in development)


Glass in building - Glazing and airborne sound insulation -

This European Standard assigns sound insulation values to all transparent, translucent and opaque glass products, described in the European Standards for basic, special basic or processed glass products, when intended to be used in glazed assemblies in buildings, and which exhibit properties of acoustic protection, either as a prime intention or as a supplementary characteristic. This document outlines the procedure, by which glass products may be rated, according to their acoustic performance which enables assessment of compliance with the acoustic requirements of buildings. Rigorous technical analysis of measurement data remains an option, but this standard is intended to enable the derivation of simpler indices of performance, which can be adopted with confidence by non-specialists. By adopting the principles of this standard the formulation of acoustic requirements in Building Codes and for product specification to satisfy particular needs for glazing is simplified. It is recognised that the acoustic test procedures contained within EN ISO 10140 relate only to glass panes and their combinations. Although the same principles should be followed as closely as possible, it is inevitable that some compromises are necessary, because of the bulkier construction of other glazing types, e.g. glass blocks, paver units, channel-shaped glass, structural glazing and structural sealant glazing. Guidelines on how to adapt the test procedures for these glass products are offered in Clause 4. All the considerations of this standard relate to panes of glass/glass products alone. Incorporation of them into windows may cause changes in acoustic performance as a result of other influences, e.g. frame design, frame material, glazing material/method, mounting method, air tightness, etc. Measurements of the sound insulation of complete windows (glass and frame) may be undertaken to resolve such issues.


Refrigerating systems and heat pumps - Competence of personnel

This European Standard defines the activities related to refrigerating circuits and the associated competenceprofiles and establishes procedures for assessing the competence of persons who carry out these activities. NOTE As a refrigerating circuit is considered not to incorporate electrical and electronic systems, activities in this area are not part of this standard. For competences on electrical and electronic systems, it is recommended to refer to national regulations or appropriate European or national standards. This European Standard does not apply to persons carrying out work on self contained refrigerating systems as defined in EN 378-1 from the initial design of the product to the complete manufacture of the product, provided the process is controlled and the methods used are checked by an organisation or individual, responsible for the compliance with statutory requirements on health, safety and environment.


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Cranes -- Access, guards and restraints -- Part 1: General

This part of ISO 11660 establishes the general requirements for access to control stations and other areas of cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1, during normal operations, maintenance, inspection, erection, dismantling and emergency. It also deals with guards and restraints in general, concerning the protection of persons on or near the crane with regard to moving parts, falling objects or live parts. The particular requirements relating to access, guards and restraints for the various types of cranes and lifting appliances are given in ISO 11660-2, ISO 11660-3 and ISO 11660-5. In some cases, the particular requirements may not comply with the general requirements. Different dimensions can be permitted provided an equivalent degree of protection is achieved.


Cranes -- Access, guards and restraints -- Part 2: Mobile cranes

This part of ISO 11660 establishes the particular requirements relating to access, guards and restraints for mobile cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1. ISO 11660-1 establishes the general requirements for access to control stations and other areas of cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1, during normal operations, maintenance, inspection, erection and dismantling. It also deals with guards and restraints in general, concerning the protection of persons on or near the crane with regard to moving parts, falling objects or live parts.


Cranes -- Access, guards and restraints -- Part 3: Tower cranes

This part of ISO 11660 establishes the particular requirements relating to access, guards and restraints for tower cranes as defined in ISO 4306-3. ISO 11660-1 establishes the general requirements for access to control stations and other areas of cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1, during normal operations, maintenance, inspection, erection and dismantling. It also deals with guards and restraints in general, concerning the protection of persons on or near the crane with regard to moving parts, falling objects or live parts.


Playground equipment and surfacing - Part 11: Additional specific safety requirements and test methods for spatial network

This European Standard specifies additional safety requirements for spatial networks intended for permanent installation for use by children. This European Standard is not applicable to artificial climbing structures, which are used for training for sports activities, e.g. alpinism.


Inflation devices and accessories for inflatable consumer products - Part 2: Safety requirements, durability, performance, compatibility and test methods of inflators

This document specifies the interface geometry between valves and pump adapters as well as flow rate performance, pressure, marking and labelling for air pumps for inflatable consumer articles (see definition in 3.1). This document does not apply to: - valves of personal flotation devices according to EN ISO 12402; - diving accessories and buoyancy compensators according to EN 1809. This document excludes the following valve types: - valves used for bicycles and vehicles; - needle valves (e. g. valves used for team sport balls).


Furniture - Chairs and tables for educational institutions - Part 2: Safety requirements and test methods

This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for chairs and tables for general educational purposes in educational institutions. It applies to furniture for use with laptop computers or portable devices, but not to special purpose workstations, e.g. laboratories, ranked seating and workshops. Annex A (normative) includes a test method for the drop test of chairs. With the exception of Annex A, the figures illustrate test principles only and cannot be used to carry out the tests. NOTE EN 1729 1 specifies functional dimensions and marking of chairs and tables for general educational purposes.


Furniture - Beds and mattresses - Test methods for the determination of functional characteristics and assessment criteria

This European standard specifies test methods for the determination of the durability and hardness of mattresses and all types of fully erected beds with mattresses (and mattress pads when they form a unit with the mattress). It does not apply to water beds, air beds and children cots. It includes a method for the determination of the firmness rating of a mattress or a bed correlating to the subjective assessment made by people (see Annex A). It must be emphasized that the firmness rating cannot be used to demonstrate comfort and/or quality of a mattress or a complete bed. Ageing and degradation caused by air, light, humidity and temperature is not included. The test results are only valid for the article tested. When test results are intended to be applied to other similar articles, the test specimen shall be representative of them.


Furniture - Tables - Test methods for the determination of stability, strength and durability

This European Standard specifies test methods for the determination of stability, strength and durability of the structure of all types of tables and desks without regard to use, materials, design/construction or manufacturing process. This European Standard does not apply to changing units which are covered by other European Standards. Test methods for the assessment of ageing, degradation, and electrical functions are not included. This European Standard does not apply to the strength and durability of any storage features that are covered by other European Standards. This European Standard does not include any requirements. Requirements for different end uses can be found in other Standards.


Dentistry — Base polymers — Part 1: Denture base polymers

ISO 20795-1:2013 classifies denture base polymers and copolymers and specifies their requirements. It also specifies the test methods to be used in determining compliance with these requirements. It further specifies requirements with respect to packaging and marking the products and to the instructions to be supplied for use of these materials. Furthermore, it applies to denture base polymers for which the manufacturer claims that the material has improved impact resistance. It also specifies the respective requirement and the test method to be used. ISO 20795-1:2013 applies to denture base polymers such as those listed below: poly(acrylic acid esters); poly(substituted acrylic acid esters); poly(vinyl esters); polystyrene; rubber modified poly(methacrylic acid esters); polycarbonates; polysulfones; poly(dimethacrylic acid esters); polyacetals (polyoxymethylene); copolymers or mixtures of the polymers listed in 1 to 9.


Dentistry — Base polymers — Part 2: Orthodontic base polymers

ISO 20795-2:2013 is applicable to orthodontic base polymers and copolymers used in the construction of both active and passive orthodontic appliances and specifies their requirements. It also specifies test methods to be used in determining compliance with these requirements. It further specifies requirements with respect to packaging and marking the products and to the instructions to be supplied for use of these materials.


Dentistry — Hydrocolloid impression materials

ISO 21563:2013 specifies the requirements and tests for helping determine whether the elastic aqueous agar and alginate hydrocolloid dental impression materials, as prepared for retail marketing, are of the quality needed for their intended purposes. It also specifies requirements for labelling and instructions for use.


Dentistry — Artificial teeth for dental prostheses

ISO 22112:2017 specifies the classification, requirements, and test methods for artificial teeth such as ceramic teeth and polymer teeth that are industrially manufactured for use in dental prostheses.