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Dentistry — Metallic materials for fixed and removable restorations and appliances

ISO 22674:2016 classifies metallic materials that are suitable for the fabrication of dental restorations and appliances, including metallic materials recommended for use either with or without a ceramic veneer, or recommended for both uses, and specifies their requirements. Furthermore, it specifies requirements with respect to packaging and marking the products and to the instructions to be supplied for the use of these materials, including products delivered for sale to a third party. ISO 22674:2016 does not apply to alloys for dental amalgam (ISO 24234), dental brazing materials (ISO 9333), or metallic materials for orthodontic appliances (ISO 15841) (e.g. wires, brackets, bands and screws).

Dentistry — Laser welding and filler materials

ISO 28319:2018 specifies requirements and test methods for laser welding and the filler materials thereto used in the dental laboratory for welding of metallic restorations and appliances. For filler materials used in laser welding, this document also specifies the information given in the instructions for use, marking and labelling.

Specifications for compostable plastics

This International Standard specifies procedures and requirements for the identification and labelling of plastics, and products made from plastics, that are suitable for recovery through aerobic composting. The four following aspects are addressed: a) biodegradation; b) disintegration during composting; c) negative effects on the composting process and facility; d) negative effects on the quality of the resulting compost, including the presence of high levels of regulated metals and other harmful components. This specification is intended to establish the requirements for the labelling of plastic products and materials, including packaging made from plastics, as “compostable” or “compostable in municipal and industrial composting facilities” or “biodegradable during composting” (for the purposes of this International Standard, these three expressions are considered to be equivalent). The labelling will, in addition, have to conform to all international, regional, national or local regulations (e.g. European Directive 94/62/EC). NOTE The recovery of compostable plastics through composting can be carried out under the conditions found in well-managed composting plants, where the temperature, water content, aerobic conditions, carbon/nitrogen ratio and processing conditions are optimized. Such conditions are generally obtained in industrial and municipal composting plants. Under these conditions, compostable plastics will disintegrate and biodegrade at rates comparable to yard trimmings, kraft paper bags and food scraps.

Plastics — Environmental aspects — General guidelines for their inclusion in standards

This document provides a structure for inclusion of environmental aspects in standards for plastics products. It proposes an approach which is directed at minimizing any adverse environmental impact without detracting from the primary purpose of ensuring adequate fitness for use of the products under consideration. The guidance provided by this document is intended primarily for use by standards writers. Over and above its primary purpose, however, this document provides guidance of value to those involved in design work and other activities where environmental aspects of plastics are being considered. NOTE This document is intended to promote the following practices: a) the use of techniques for identifying and assessing the environmental impact of technical provisions in standards, and for minimizing their adverse effects; b) the adoption of good practices such as: 1) procedures for pollution avoidance, e.g. through end-of-life options and its proper management; 2) material and energy conservation in the light of the intended use (and foreseeable misuse) of the product; 3) safe use of hazardous substances; 4) avoidance of technically unjustifiable restrictive practices; 5) promotion of performance criteria rather than exclusion clauses such as are based, for example, only on chemical composition criteria; 6) use of renewable resources and minimization of the use of non-renewable resources, if the life cycle assessment shows favourable; c) the adoption of a balanced approach in standards development to issues such as environmental impact, product function and performance, health and safety, and other regulatory requirements; d) the regular review and revision of existing standards in the light of technical innovations, permitting improvement in the environmental impact of products and processes; e) the application of life cycle analytical approaches wherever applicable and technically justifiable.

Plastics — Determination of the ultimate anaerobic biodegradation under high-solids anaerobic-digestion conditions — Method by analysis of released biogas

ISO 15985 specifies a method for the evaluation of the ultimate anaerobic biodegradability of plastics based on organic compounds under high-solids anaerobic-digestion conditions by measurement of evolved biogas at the end of the test. This method is designed to simulate typical anaerobic digestion conditions for the organic fraction of mixed municipal solid waste. The test material is exposed in a laboratory test to a methanogenic inoculum derived from anaerobic digesters operating only on pretreated household waste. The anaerobic decomposition takes place under high-solids (more than 20 % total solids) and static non-mixed conditions. The test method is designed to yield the percentage of carbon in the test material and its rate of conversion to evolved carbon dioxide and methane (biogas).

Plastics — Determination of the degree of disintegration of plastic materials under defined composting conditions in a pilot-scale test

This International Standard is used to determine the degree of disintegration of plastic materials in a pilot-scale aerobic composting test under defined conditions. It forms part of an overall scheme for the evaluation of the compostability of plastics as outlined in ISO 17088. The test method laid down in this International Standard can also be used to determine the influence of the test material on the composting process and the quality of the compost obtained. It cannot be used to determine the aerobic biodegradability of a test material. Other methods are available for this (e.g. see ISO 14851, ISO 14852 or ISO 14855-1 and ISO 14855-2.

Plastics — Determination of the degree of disintegration of plastic materials under simulated composting conditions in a laboratory-scale test

ISO 20200specifies a method of determining the degree of disintegration of plastic materials when exposed to a laboratory-scale composting environment. The method is not applicable to the determination of the biodegradability of plastic materials under composting conditions. Further testing is necessary to be able to claim compostability.

Cranes — Inspections —Part 1:General

ISO 9927 specifies the general requirements for inspections to be carried out on cranes as defined in ISO 4306‑1. Additional requirements for particular types of cranes are intended to be covered by the relevant specific parts of ISO 9927.

Cranes — Inspections —Part 3:Tower cranes

This part of ISO 9927 specifies the regular inspections to be carried out on tower cranes. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 9927-1. It does not cover inspection prior to the first use of a tower crane.

Cranes -- Information to be provided -- Part 1: General

This standard Specifies generally the information to be provided by the purchaser and the manufacturer so that the most suitable crane can be supplied for the duty requirements and service conditions. Refers to ISO 4301-1 und ISO 7363.

Cranes -- Information to be provided for enquiries, orders, offers and supply -- Part 3: Tower cranes

ISO 9374-3 gives guidance for information to be provided: a) by the purchaser when enquiring for a tower crane, b) by the purchaser when ordering a tower crane, c) by a manufacturer when offering (tendering) for a tower crane, d) by the manufacturer when supplying a tower crane.

Cranes -- Information to be provided -- Part 4: Jib cranes

This standard Specifies information to be provided by a purchaser in enquiring for or ordering a jib crane and by a manufacturer in tendering for or supplying this crane. Annex A gives a format for information to be provided by the purchaser.

Glass Containers — Vacuum Lug Finishes — Part 9: 63, 66 and 70 Deep

This document specifies the dimensions of vacuum lug finishes with nominal sizes of 63, 66 and 70 mm deep for wide-mouth glass containers.

Glass Containers — Vacuum Lug Finishes — Part 10: 77 Regular

This document specifies the dimensions of a vacuum lug finish with a nominal size of 77 mm regular for widemouth glass containers.

Pickled fruits and vegetables

تسري هذه المواصفة على المنتجات المعرف عنها في القسم 2 والمعروضة للاستهلاك المباشر، بما في ذلك لأغراض التموين أو لإعادة التعبئة اذا دعت الحاجة. وتشمل هذه المواصفة على سبيل المثال لا لاحصر المنتجات التالية: البصل، الثوم، المانجو، الفجل، الزنجبيل، الشمندر، الخوخ الملكي، الفلفل، قلب النخيل، الملفوف، الخس، الليمون، الذرة الصغيرة (اليافعة) والخردل الأخضر.. وهي لا تسري على المنتج اذا كان سيخضع لمزيد من التجهيز ولا تشمل هذه المواصفة كذلك الكمتشي وزيتون المائدة والساور كروات وصلصة شاتني والمقبلات.

Office furniture - Storage furniture - Part 2: Safety requirements

This document specifies safety requirements for office storage furniture. This document does not apply to high density mechanized filing systems, rotary filing systems or plan files. It should be understood that fulfilling the specified requirements does not ensure that failure will not occur as a result of habitual misuse or after an excessively long period of service. Safety depending on structure of the building is not included e.g.: the strength of wall hanging cabinets includes only the cabinet and its parts. The wall and wall attachment are not included. Assessment of ageing is not included.

Office furniture - Work tables and desks - Part 1: Dimensions

This European Standard specifies dimensions of work tables and desks for office tasks to be undertaken in a seated, a sit stand or standing position. It includes neither dimensions for storage unit nor those for other tables in the office area or reception desks.

Cranes -- Availability -- Vocabulary

This International Standard establishes generally accepted terms and definitions relating to availability of all types of cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1 with the aim of making contracts and mutual understanding easier. The terms and definitions are to be used by crane designers, manufacturers, inspecting authorities, users and others.

Cranes and lifting appliances -- Technical characteristics and

This International Standard establishes the form of presentation and content of the documents which a manufacturer should provide with cranes and Iifting appliances (hereafter called “equipment”). Such documents give technical information and include acceptance documents for the equipment to facilitate its installation, testing and use. Specimen acceptance documents are given in the annex.

Cranes -- Graphic symbols -- Part 1: General

This part of ISO 7296 establishes general graphic Symbols for use on the controls of cranes (section 2) and indicates colour for control buttons and Signal lamps (section 3). The Symbols are divided into the following groups given in 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3: 2.1 Symbols for basic directions of motion and on/off positions 2.2 Symbols for Operator controls 2.3 Information Symbols

Cranes -- Graphic symbols -- Part 2: Mobile cranes

This part of ISO 7296 establishes graphical Symbolsfor use on Operator controls and other displays on mobile cranes as defined in ISO 4306-2.

Cranes -- Graphical symbols -- Part 3: Tower cranes

This part of ISO 7296 establishes graphical symbols for use on operator controls and other displays on tower cranes as defined in ISO 4306-3. Annex A gives examples for the combination of symbols.

Cranes -- Information labels -- Part 1: General

This part of ISO 9942 specifies the minimum requirements for labels for the identification (marking) and the operation of cranes.

Cranes -- Information labels -- Part 3: Tower cranes

This part of ISO 9942 gives minimum requirements concerning information labels for tower cranes.

Paints and Varnishes - Primer Sealer, Latex (water- based emulsion), Interior

1.1. This standard is for a white pigmented, latex-based primer-sealer intended for use on new and old interior plaster, concrete and wall board surfaces that are to be subsequently painted with a latex or alkyd finish coat. This coating is not intended for use on wood. 1.2. The primer sealer complying with this standard is intended for use on unpainted interior surfaces including gypsum board, plaster, smooth concrete and previously painted porous surfaces that are subsequently to be painted with an alkyd or latex finish. This primer sealer should not be used on previous coatings with gloss or semi-gloss finishes. This material is not intended for use as a finish coat or on woods prone to extractive bleeding (i.e. cedar) where a stain blocking primer is required. 1.3. This primer sealer is not intended to fill or bridge gaps or holes in concrete or concrete block surfaces where block filler would be more suitable. 1.4. This primer sealer is not intended to be used on metals or anot

Cranes -- Cabins and control stations -- Part 2: Mobile cranes

This part of ISO 8566 establishes the criteria for cabins for mobile cranes as defined in ISO 4306-2. These criteria are intended to cover cabins only for crane operation and not for road travel. The general criteria for cabins on mobile cranes are presented in ISO 8566-1.

Cranes -- Anchoring devices for in-service and out-of-service

This part of ISO 12210 establishes the general criteria for the provision of anchoring devices for cranes and crane parts for in-service and out-of-service conditions. Other parts of ISO 11210 present the requirements for specific crane types.

Cranes -- Anchoring devices for in-service and out-of-service

This part of ISO 12210 provides specific requirements for anchoring devices for in-service and out-of-service conditions for jib cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1, other than tower cranes, mobile cranes and railway cranes that are otherwise generally covered by other parts of ISO 12210.

Cranes -- Measurement of the mass of a crane and its components

This International Standard sets forth basic procedures for measuring the mass of a cranes as a whole and/or of its components. This International Standard was prepared in addition to ISO 4310 and covers the types of cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1.

Cranes -- Test code and procedures

This International Standard specifies tests, inspections and procedures for verifying the conformance of a crane with its operational specifications and its capability to lift rated loads (see ISO 7363). This International Standard is applicable to the types of cranes designated in ISO 4306-1, prior to first use following manufacture or after modification or repair of the load-bearing structure or a component of an individual crane. Where rated loads are governed by stability, a test procedure and test load are specified that permit stability margins to be easily verified.

Cranes -- Requirements for test loads

This International Standard establishes — methods for composition and measurement of test loads; — procedures for the application of test loads during the testing of cranes. This International Standard was developed in addition to ISO 4310 and covers the types of cranes described in ISO 4306-1.

Cosmetics Products

تحدّد هذه المواصفة الق اٌس ةٌ اللبنان ةٌ )م.ق.ل. 3526:966 ( القواعد الت جٌب لأي مستحضر تجم لٌ متاح ف السوق اللبنان الامتثال بها من أجل ضمان س رٌ عمل السوق المحلّ ومستوى عال من حما ةٌ صحة الإنسان. تشمل هذه المواصفة : - المعلومات الت جٌب ذكرها على بطاقة المعلومات الب اٌن ةٌ الت تلصق أو تطبع على عبوات مستحضرات التجم لٌ أو ترفق بها على اختلاؾ أحجام هذه العبوات وأشكالها. - المواد الممنوع إضافتها. - المواد المق دٌ استعمالها. - المواد الملونة المسموح استعمالها. - المواد الحافظة المسموح أو المق دٌ استعمالها. - المواد المرشحة للأشعة فوق البنفسج ةٌ المسموح استعمالها.

Shell boilers - Part 4: Workmanship and construction of pressure parts of the boiler

This European Standard specifies requirements for the workmanship and construction of shell boilers as defined in EN 12953-1. NOTE 1 For other components such as water tube walls, see the EN 12952 series. NOTE 2 For economizers and superheaters, see EN 12953-4 or EN 12952-5.

Shell boilers - Part 5: Inspection during construction,

This Part of the European Standard specifies requirements for the inspection during construction, documentation and marking of shell boilers as defined in EN 12953-1.

Earth-moving machinery — Basic types — Identification and terms and definitions

Earth-moving machinery — Operator’s field of view — Test method and performance criteria

Earth-moving machinery -- Machine-mounted retrieval device -- Performance requirements

Earth-moving machinery -- Units for dimensions, performance and capacities, and their measurement ac

Earth-moving machinery -- Minimum access dimensions

Earth-moving machinery, and tractors and machinery for agriculture and forestry -- Seat index point

Earth-moving machinery -- Determination of sound power level -- Dynamic test conditions

This International Standard specifies a method for determining the noise emitted to the environment by earthmoving machinery, measured in terms of the A-weighted sound power level while the machine is operating under dynamic test conditions. It is applicable to earth-moving machinery as specified in Annex A and as defined in ISO 6165.

Earth-moving machinery — Determination of emission sound

This International Standard specifies a method for determining the emission sound pressure level of earth-moving machinery at the operator’s position, measured in terms of the time-averaged A-weighted emission sound pressure level while the machine is operating under dynamic test conditions. It is applicable to earth-moving machinery as defined in ISO 6165 and as specified in ISO 6395:2008, Annex A

Earth-moving machinery — Seat belts and seat belt anchorages — Performance requirements and tests

Information technology — Security techniques — Evaluation criteria for IT security — Part 1: Introdu

This part of ISO/IEC 15408 establishes the general concepts and principles of IT security evaluation and specifies the general model of evaluation given by various parts of the standard which in its entirety is meant to be used as the basis for evaluation of security properties of IT products. Part one provides an overview of all parts of ISO/IEC 15408 standard. It describes the various parts of the standard; defines the terms and abbreviations to be used in all parts of the standard; establishes the core concept of a Target of Evaluation (TOE); the evaluation context and describes the audience to which the evaluation criteria are addressed. An introduction to the basic security concepts necessary for evaluation of IT products is given. It defines the various operations by which the functional and assurance components given in ISO/IEC 15408-2 and ISO/IEC 15408-3 may be tailored through the use of permitted operations. The key concepts of protection profiles (PP), packages of securit

Information technology — Security techniques — Evaluation

This part of ISO/IEC 15408 defines the required structure and content of security functional components for the purpose of security evaluation. It includes a catalogue of functional components that will meet the common security functionality requirements of many IT products.

Information technology Security techniques — Evaluation criteria

This part of ISO/IEC 15408 defines the assurance requirements of ISO/IEC 15408. It includes the evaluation assurance levels (EALs) that define a scale for measuring assurance for component Targets of Evaluation (TOEs), the composed assurance packages (CAPs) that define a scale for measuring assurance for composed TOEs, the individual assurance components from which the assurance levels and packages are composed, and the criteria for evaluation of Protection Profiles (PPs) and Security Targets (STs).

Information technology — Security techniques — Cybersecurity and ISO and IEC Standards

This document provides guidance on how to leverage existing standards in a cybersecurity framework.

Shell boilers - Part 9: Requirements for limiting devices of the

This European Standard specifies requirements for limiters (or limiting devices) which are incorporated into safety systems for shell boilers as defined in EN 12953-1. A limiter (or limiting device) can be either:  a safety accessory as defined in the Pressure Equipment Directive, Article 1, clause 2.1.3, and needs to include the safety logic and final actuator, or  one element of a safety system, for example, a self-monitoring water level sensor used as part of a safety accessory as defined in the Pressure Equipment Directive, Article 1, clause 2.1.3. The overall boiler protection function needs to be provided in association with additional safety logic (where appropriate) and a final actuator. The design requirements and examination of functional capability for the limiters are covered in this European Standard. For an explanation of the extent of the limiter (or limiting device) see Figure A.1.

Shell boilers - Part 10: Requirements for feedwater and boiler

This Part of this European Standard applies to all shell boilers as defined in EN 12953-1 which are heated by combustion of one or more fuels or by hot gases for the generation of steam and/or hot water. This Part of this European Standard applies to those components between the feedwater inlet and the steam outlet of the steam generator. The quality of the steam produced is outside the scope of this standard. This Part of this European Standard aims to ensure that the boiler is able to be operated to minimize risk to personnel, the boiler and associated plant components located near it. NOTE 1 This part of this European Standard does not aim to achieve optimum economic operation. For certain purposes, it will be more appropriate to optimize the chemical characteristics in order to:  increase the thermal efficiency;  increase the availability and reliability of the plant;  increase the steam purity;  reduce the maintenance costs – repair, chemical cleaning, etc. This Pa

Structural steel I and H sections - Tolerances on shape and

This standard specifies tolerances on shape dimensions and mass of structural steel I and H sections. These requirements do not apply to I and H sections rolled from stainless steel. These requirements do not apply to taper flange sections.