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Safety of machinery - Equipment for power driven parking of motor vehicles - Safety and EMC requirements for design, manufacturing, erection and commissioning stages AMENDMENT 1 مؤسسة

This European Standard deals with the technical requirements to minimise the risks due to the hazards listed in clause 4, which can arise during installation1, operation and maintenance of permanently installed equipment and systems for the power driven parking of motor vehicles, as defined in 3.1 to 3.4 below. Requirements are also given on the provision of information for use, which includes requirements for the drafting of the instructions. Electromagnetic compatibility requirements are also covered. This European Standard applies to equipment and systems for the power driven parking of motor vehicles which have four wheels, are within a maximum size envelope of 5,30 m long, by 2,30 m wide, by 2,20 m high and have a mass less than 2500 kg. The equipment can be manually or automatically controlled. This standard does not cover: a) vehicle lifts (see EN 1493); b) peripheral devices, which do not handle motor vehicles, e.g. parking meters, ticket machines; c) requirements related to the building even if they support directly stored vehicles; d) goods only lifts in accordance with EN 81-31; e) power driven parking equipment intended for lifting and/or transporting any person; f) transmission and interface of remote controls; g) automatic parking equipment with transfer areas which move; h) the use of power driven parking equipment by wheelchair users and deaf persons; i) the workplace of any attendant. This standard does not deal with the following: a) hazards arising if loads, or other items fall from vehicles; b) hazards arising if fuel or oil leaks from vehicles; c) hazards caused by operating the equipment/system in electromagnetic fields outside the range of EN 61000-6-2; d) hazards caused by operating the equipment/system in areas subject to special regulations (e.g. explosive atmospheres, fire risks); e) hazards caused by the use of dangerous/toxic materials, e.g. special hydraulic oil; f) hazards caused by noise; g) hazards arising from inadequate lighting of the surrounding of automatic parking systems and/or the place of installation of non-automatic parking equipment; h) hazards caused by earthquakes; i) hazards caused by vandalism; j) hazards due to the use of programmable electronic systems related to safety functions; k) hazards due to the use of cableless control devices; l) hazards arising due to collision caused by the driver of the vehicle. This document is not applicable to power driven parking equipment and systems manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN. 1 When carried out by or on behalf of the purchaser.


Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Lifts for the transport of goods only - Part 31: Accessible goods only lifts

1.1 This European Standard applies to new electric accessible goods only lifts with traction or positive drive and new hydraulic accessible goods only lifts, permanently installed in restricted areas and/or only used by authorised and instructed persons (users), serving fixed and permanent landing levels, having a load carrying unit made of a single load carrying area, designed for the transportation of goods only, moving along a fixed path (e.g. scissor lifts, lifts with guide rails) and inclined not more than 15° to the vertical, with rated speed not exceeding 1 m/s. This European Standard covers accessible goods only lifts with rated load exceeding 300 kg and not intended to move persons. This standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events with the exception of those listed in 1.3 below, relevant to accessible goods only lifts, when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). 1.2 For the purpose of this European Standard, a goods only lift is regarded as accessible where one of the following conditions is satisfied: a) floor area of the load carrying unit is greater than 1,0 m2; b) depth of the load carrying unit is greater than 1,0 m; c) height of the load carrying unit is greater than 1,20 m. In case of a platform, it is considered accessible when the height of the landing doors is more than 1,20 m. 1.3 Two types of accessible goods only lifts are addressed: a) Type A, where the intended use is bound to the following two simultaneous conditions: 1) maximum rated speed: 0,30 m/s; 2) maximum travelling height: 12 m; b) Type B, where one of the conditions mentioned above is not fulfilled. 1.4 This European Standard does not give the requirements to be met in special cases (potentially explosive atmosphere, extreme climate conditions, seismic conditions, transporting dangerous goods, etc.). 1.5 This standard is not applicable to: a) accessible goods only lifts: 1) with more than one machine; 2) where loading and unloading is automated or the load carrying unit floor is fitted with mobile devices (e.g. rollers) for loading and unloading purposes; 3) intended to carry bulk loads (such as loose sand, gravel, etc.); b) lifting appliances, such as appliances with more than one load carrying unit, skips, goods only lifts for construction sites, for underground applications, mine winding gear, goods only lifts on seagoing vessels and mobile offshore units, machinery intended to move performers during artistic performances, goods only lifts specially designed and constructed for research purposes for temporary use in laboratories, goods only lifts specially designed and constructed for military or police purposes; c) installations where the inclination of the fixed course of movement to the vertical exceeds 15°;


Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Lifts for the transport of persons and goods - Part 20: Passenger and goods passenger lifts

1.1 This standard specifies the safety rules for permanently installed new passenger or goods passenger lifts, with traction, positive or hydraulic drive, serving defined landing levels, having a car designed for the transportation of persons or persons and goods, suspended by ropes, chains or jacks and moving between guide rails inclined not more than 15° to the vertical. 1.2 In addition to the requirements of this standard, supplementary requirements shall be considered in special cases (use of lifts by persons with disabilities, in case of fire, potentially explosive atmosphere, extreme climate conditions, seismic conditions, transporting dangerous goods, etc.). 1.3 This standard does not cover: a) lifts with: 1) drive systems other than those stated in 1.1; 2) rated speed ≤ 0,15 m/s; b) hydraulic lifts: 1) with a rated speed exceeding 1 m/s; 2) where the setting of the pressure relief valve (5.9.3.5.3) exceeds 50 MPa; c) new passenger or goods passenger lifts in existing buildings


Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Lifts for the transport of persons and goods - Part 20: Passenger and goods passenger lifts

1.1 This standard specifies the safety rules for permanently installed new passenger or goods passenger lifts, with traction, positive or hydraulic drive, serving defined landing levels, having a car designed for the transportation of persons or persons and goods, suspended by ropes, chains or jacks and moving between guide rails inclined not more than 15° to the vertical. 1.2 In addition to the requirements of this standard, supplementary requirements shall be considered in special cases (use of lifts by persons with disabilities, in case of fire, potentially explosive atmosphere, extreme climate conditions, seismic conditions, transporting dangerous goods, etc.). 1.3 This standard does not cover: a) lifts with: 1) drive systems other than those stated in 1.1; 2) rated speed ≤ 0,15 m/s; b) hydraulic lifts: 1) with a rated speed exceeding 1 m/s; 2) where the setting of the pressure relief valve (5.9.3.5.3) exceeds 50 MPa; c) new passenger or goods passenger lifts in existing buildings


Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Examinations and tests - Part 50: Design rules, calculations, examinations and tests of lift components

This European Standard specifies the design rules, calculations, examinations and tests of lift components which are referred to by other standards used for the design of passenger lifts, goods passenger lifts, goods only lifts, and other similar types of lifting appliances.


Safety requirements for suspended access equipment - Design calculations, stability criteria, construction - Examinations and tests

This European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, marking and information to be provided by the manufacturer/supplier for suspended access equipment (SAE). It is applicable to both permanent and temporary equipment which can be powered or hand operated and which are defined in Clause 3. The requirements of this standard include the rails, tracks and other support systems on which SAE depend for their integrity and safety as well as taking into account all associated loads and fixings to the building structure. This document is not applicable to SAE which is manufactured before the date of its publication as an EN. 1.2 Hazards This European Standard deals with significant hazards pertinent to SAE when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards. 1.3 Exclusions The following are not covered in this document: a) operation in severe and special conditions (e.g. extreme environmental conditions, corrosive environments, strong magnetic fields); b) operation subject to special rules (e.g. potentially explosive atmospheres, work on live overhead electrical lines); c) transportation of passengers from one level to another; d) handling of loads which could lead to a dangerous situation (e.g. molten metal, acids/bases, radioactive materials); e) working platforms suspended by cranes; f) silo access equipment; g) SAE using chains for the direct suspension of a platform; h) SAE using fibre ropes for the suspension of a platform; i) SAE intended to be used underground; j) SAE intended to be used in shafts; k) SAE directly powered by combustion engines


Safety requirements for suspended access equipment - Design calculations, stability criteria, construction - Examinations and Tests AMENDMENT 1

This European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, marking and information to be provided by the manufacturer/supplier for suspended access equipment (SAE). It is applicable to both permanent and temporary equipment which can be powered or hand operated and which are defined in Clause 3. The requirements of this standard include the rails, tracks and other support systems on which SAE depend for their integrity and safety as well as taking into account all associated loads and fixings to the building structure. This document is not applicable to SAE which is manufactured before the date of its publication as an EN. 1.2 Hazards This European Standard deals with significant hazards pertinent to SAE when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards. 1.3 Exclusions The following are not covered in this document: a) operation in severe and special conditions (e.g. extreme environmental conditions, corrosive environments, strong magnetic fields); b) operation subject to special rules (e.g. potentially explosive atmospheres, work on live overhead electrical lines); c) transportation of passengers from one level to another; d) handling of loads which could lead to a dangerous situation (e.g. molten metal, acids/bases, radioactive materials); e) working platforms suspended by cranes; f) silo access equipment; g) SAE using chains for the direct suspension of a platform; h) SAE using fibre ropes for the suspension of a platform; i) SAE intended to be used underground; j) SAE intended to be used in shafts; k) SAE directly powered by combustion engin


Specification and qualification of welding procedures for metallic materials - Welding procedure specification - Part 1: Arc welding

This document specifies requirements for the content of welding procedure specifications for arc welding processes. Details of the ISO 15609 series are given in ISO 15607. The variables listed in this document are those influencing the quality of the welded joint.


Specification and qualification of welding procedures for metallic materials - Welding procedure specification - Part 2: Gas welding

This document specifies requirements for the content of welding procedure specifications for gas welding processes. Details of the ISO 15609 series are given in ISO 15607. The variables listed in this document are those influencing the quality of the welded joint.


Cryogenic vessels - Materials - Part 2: Toughness requirements for temperatures between -80°C and -20°C

This European Standard specifies the toughness requirements of the metallic materials for use at a temperature between - 80 °C and - 20 C ensuring suitability for use for the cryogenic vessels. Fine grain and low alloyed steels with specified yield strength 460 N/mm², aluminium and aluminium alloys, copper and copper alloys and austenitic stainless steels are covered by this standard


Sustainability in building construction- Sustainability indicators - Part 2 : Framework for the development of indicators for civil engineering works

This part of ISO 21929 establishes a list of aspects and impacts which should be taken as the basis for the development of sustainability indicators for assessing the sustainability performance of new or existing civil engineering works, related to their design, construction, operation, maintenance, refurbishment and end-of-life. Together, the indicators developed from this list of aspects and impacts provide measures to express the contribution of a civil engineering works to sustainability and sustainable development. The developed indicators should represent aspects of civil engineering works that impact on issues of concern related to sustainability and sustainable development. The object of consideration in this part of ISO 21929 is a civil engineering works, a part of the civil engineering works or a combination of several civil engineering works.


Surface active agents - Detergents for washing fabrics -Guide for comparative testing of Performance

Constitutes a guide for carrying out comparative tests of fabric washing products in such a way as to realistically reflect the performance of the products likely to be used by consumers. It gives details of the variables to be considered, indicated the significance and importance of each of these variables, and privides a basis fornthe drawing up of adequate comperative test methods which will give a valid estimation of the performance of a fabric washing out product when two or more products are compared during the same series of tests.


Plastics - Poly(methyl methacrylate) double- and triple-skin sheets – Test methods

This International Standard specifies the test methods for quality control of poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) extruded double- and triple-skin flat sheets, obtained from colourless and coloured transparent, translucent and opaque grades of materials as defined in clause 4. The minimum sheet width is 600 mm. The main applications of these sheets are in building and agriculture (greenhouses).


Cranes — Limiting and indicating devices — Part 4: Jib cranes

This part of ISO 10245 specifies the requirements for devices which limit and/or indicate the loads, motions, performance and environment of jib-type cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1, other than offshore, tower, mobile and railway cranes, which are covered in the other parts of ISO 10245. The general requirements for limiting and indicating devices for cranes are given in ISO 10245-1:1994.


Cranes -- Limiting and indicating devices -- Part 5: Overhead travelling and portal bridge cranes

This part of IS0 10245 specifies the requirements for devices which limit and/or indicate the loads, motions, performance and environment of bridge and gantry cranes. The general requirements for limiting and indicating devices for cranes are given in IS0 10245-I.


Protective gloves against dangerous chemicals and microorganisms — Part 1: Terminology and performance requirements for chemical risks

This part of ISO 374 specifies the requirements for protective gloves intended to protect the user against dangerous chemicals and defines terms to be used. NOTE If other protection features have to be covered, e.g. mechanical risks, thermal risks, electrostatic dissipation etc., the appropriate specific performance standard is to be used in addition. Further information on protective gloves standards can be found in the EN 420.


Protective gloves against dangerous chemicals and microorganisms — Part 5:Terminology and performance requirements for micro-organisms risks

This part of ISO 374 specifies the requirements and test methods for protective gloves intended to protect the user against micro-organisms. NOTE If other protection features is to be needed, e.g. chemical risks


Clothing for protection against heat and flame — General recommendations for selection, care and use of protective clothing

This Technical Report sets out guidance for the selection, use, care and maintenance of clothing designed to provide protection against heat and flame.


Industrial safety helmets

This lnternational Standard specifies physical and Performance requirements, methods of test and marking requirements for industrial safety helmets.


Personal protective equipment — Eye and face protection — Vocabulary

This International Standard defines and explains the principal terms used in the field of personal eye and face protection. NOTE This International Standard includes terms reproduced from the standards cited in Clause 2. At the time of publication of this International Standard, the quoted terms are identical to those in ISO 8624:2011, ISO 13666:1, CIE 17.4:1987 and ISO/IEC Guide 51:1999. If, due to future revision of the aforementioned standards, there should be a disagreement between ISO 4007 and ISO 8624, ISO 13666, CIE 17.4 or ISO/IEC Guide 51, then the definitions in the latest version of ISO 8624, ISO 13666, CIE 17.4 or ISO/IEC Guide 51 take precedence.


Personal eye-protectors -- Specifications

This International Standard specifies functional requirements for the various types of personal eye-protectors used mainly in industry.


Personal eye-protectors for welding and related techniques -- Filters -- Utilisation and transmittance requirements

ISO/IEC 27033-6:2016 describes the threats, security requirements, security control and design techniques associated with wireless networks. It provides guidelines for the selection, implementation and monitoring of the technical controls necessary to provide secure communications using wireless networks. The information in this part of ISO/IEC 27033 is intended to be used when reviewing or selecting technical security architecture/design options that involve the use of wireless network in accordance with ISO/IEC 27033‑2. Overall, ISO/IEC 27033‑6 will aid considerably the comprehensive definition and implementation of security for any organization's wireless network environment. It is aimed at users and implementers who are responsible for the implementation and maintenance of the technical controls necessary to provide secure wireless networks.


Personal eye-protectors -- Ultra-violet filters -- Utilisation and transmittance requirements

This International Standard specifies the numbering of, and transmittance requirements for filters for protection against ultra-violet radiation. It also gives guidance on their selection and use. Eye-protectors used for protection against ultra-violet radiation shall meet the general requirements given in ISO 4849. The latter also deals with general considerations relating to eye-protectors, such as identification. Optical test methods for eye-protectors form the subject of SS0 4854. Non-Optical test methods for eye-protectors form the subject of ISO 4855.


Personal eye-protectors -- Infra-red filters -- Utilisation and transmittance requirements

This International Standard specifies the numbering of, and the transmittance requirements for, filters for protec- tion against infra-red radiation. lt also gives guidance on their selection and use. Eye-protectors used for protection against infra-red radiation shall meet the general requirements given in ISO 4849. The latter also deals with general considerations relating to eye-protectors, such as identification. Optical test methods for eye-protectors form the subject of ISO 4854. Non-Optical test methods for eye-protectors form the subject of ISO 4855.


Personal eye-protectors -- Optical test methods

This International Standard specifies the Optical test methods for eye-protectors the requirements for which are given in ISO 4849 to ISO 4853.‘ ) The test methods other than Optical test methods are given in ISO 4855.


Personal eye-protectors -- Non-optical test methods

This International Standard specifies the non-Optical test methods for eye-protectors the requirements for which are given in ISO 4849 to 4853. The Optical test methods are given in ISO 4854. PRELIMINARY REMARK - Of the tests described, the test for stability at elevated temperature should be carried out first on eye-protectors, generally followed by the test for robustness.


Cranes — Training of slingers and signaller

This International Standard specifies the minimum training to be given to trainee crane slingers and crane signallers to develop the basic slinging skills and to impart the requisite knowledge for competency required for slingers and signallers as defined in ISO 15513.


Cranes -- Safety signs and hazard pictorials -- General principles

This International Standard establishes general principles for the design and application of safety signs and hazard pictorials permanently affixed to cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1. This International Standard outlines safety sign objectives, describes the basic safety sign formats, specifies colours for safety signs, and provides guidance on developing the various Panels that together constitute a safety sign.


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ISO 4190-1:2010 specifies the necessary dimensions to permit the installation of passenger lifts of class I, II, III and VI. The dimensions given reflect the requirements for the apparatus. ISO 4190-1:2010 is applicable to all new lift installations, irrespective of drive systems, including a car with entrance, to be installed in a new building.


Lift (US: Elevator) installation —Part 2:Class IV lifts

This part of ISO 4190 specifies the necessary dimensions to permit the installation of Class IV lifts, as defined in 3.2.4, generally used for the transport of goods (freight). It deals with electric and hydraulic lifts. The horizontal dimensions of the wells (US: hoistways) are generally defined by the entrance and drive configurations. It covers lifts with either horizontal or vertical power-operated sliding doors. For other characteristics, the manufacturers should be consulted. This part of ISO 4190 is applicable to new lift installations, with a car with one or two entrances, to be installed in a new building. Where relevant, it may be used as a basis for an installation in an existing building. Two types of loading (load per unit area) are addressed: Series A: passenger and goods (freight) lifts with loading conforming to EN 81-1 or EN 81-2; Series B: lifts for goods (freight) only, which have a different floor loading in countries which allow this by virtue of their safety codes.


Passenger lift installations - Part 3 : Service lifts class V

Establishes the dimensions relating to the installation of lifts comprising a car the interior of which is inaccessible to persons due to its dimensions and means of construction, running at least partially between rigid guides which are vertical or whose inclination to the vertical is less than 15 . Part 1 covers the lifts of classes I, II and III, part 2 the lifts of class IV, part 5 control devices, signals and additional fittings, and part 6 planning and selection of passenger lifts.


Lift (Elevator) installation —Part 5:Control devices, signals and

ISO 4190-5:2006 specifies the control devices, buttons and indicators to be provided when a lift (US: elevator) is constructed and installed, taking into account the type of control intended for the lift and also ensuring the ease of access for disabled persons (motor and/or sensory). It also specifies the requirements for handrails when provided in the car. It is applicable to lifts of classes I to IV and VI as defined in ISO 4190-1 and ISO 4190-2.


Writing boards for educational institutions - Ergonomic, technical and safety requirements and their test methods

This European Standard specifies ergonomic, technical and safety requirements for wall mounted and freestanding writing boards for use in rooms for educational and training purposes, e.g. classrooms, lecture theatres for schools, universities, etc. It is intended to prevent serious injury through normal functional use, as well as misuse that might reasonably be expected to occur. This document applies to units after installation. Safety depending on the structure of the building is not included, e.g. the strength of wall mounted boards includes only the board and its parts. The wall and the wall attachment are not included. Requirements concerning electrical safety are not included. Annex A (normative) includes an assessment scale for the ability to write and erase. Annex B (informative) includes terminology for display writing boards. Annex C (informative) includes significant technical differences between this document and EN 14434:2004.


Furniture - Ranked seating - Requirements for safety, strength and durability

This European Standard specifies requirements determining the safety, structural strength and durability of all types of seating that are permanently fastened to the floor and/or wall, whether in bench or individual seat form. This standard does not apply to linked seating not fastened to the floor and/or walls and street furniture. It does not include requirements for resistance to ageing, degradation, flammability, the effect of ambient temperature and the durability of upholstery materials. The standard has two annexes: — Annex A (normative) Additional test methods; — Annex B (informative) Test severity in .relation to application


Furniture - Classification for properties for furniture surfaces

This Technical Specification specifies a system for the classification of the resistance to: - Dry heat - Wet heat - Cold liquids - Abrasion - Scratching For resistance to dry heat, resistance to wet heat, and resistance to cold liquids, this Technical Specification applies to all furniture surfaces regardless of materials, except finishes on leather and fabrics. The classification for the surface resistance to abrasion applies to foil, laminate, melamine faced boards, pigmented and transparent coatings. It does not apply to the surfaces covered by EN 14434. The classification for the surface resistance to scratching has two methods, A and B. Method A applies to all types of surface coatings and coverings except for melamine faced boards and HPL. Method B applies to all types of surfaces. It does not apply to finishes on leather and fabrics.


Water safety signs and beach safety flags — Part 3: Guidance for use

This part of ISO 20712 gives guidance for the selection and use of water safety signs as specified in ISO 20712‑1 and beach safety flags as specified in ISO 20712‑2, in aquatic environments. It provides guidance on their location, mounting positions, lighting and maintenance. It also provides guidance on the design and location of multiple signs. This part of ISO 20712 does not apply to traffic signs for use on the public highway or maritime signalling. It is not applicable to flags for use on firing ranges or to flags used to indicate water quality. It does not cover means of escape signs and their illumination which may be present. NOTE The illustrations in this part of ISO 20712 are as accurate as possible within the limitations of the printing process.


Glass Packaging — 26 H 180 Crown Finish — Dimensions

This International Standard specifies the dimensions of the 26-mm-tall crown finish for glass bottles containing beverages. The tall crown finish is designed to use a metal crown closure (see CE. T.I.E. data sheet EC 01-02 Revision 1).


Glass Packaging — 26H 126 Crown Finish — Dimensions

This International standard specifies the dimensions of the 26 mm shallow crown finish for glass bottles containing beverages. The shallow crown finish is designed to use a metal crown closure (see CE.T.I.E. data sheet EC1-02 revision 1).


Stationary training equipment - Part 7: Rowing machines, additional specific safety requirements and test methods

This Standard Specifies safety requirements for rowing machines in addition to the general safety requirements of EN 957-1 and should be read in conjunction with it. This part of EN 957 is applicable to stationary training equipment type rowing machines, hereinafter referrd to as rowing machines, within the classes S and H and class A regarding accuracy. If accessories are provided with the rowing machine for the performance of additional exercises these are subject to the requirements of EN 957-1 and any other specific requirements of the appropriate prt of this standard.


Stationary training equipment - Part 7: Rowing machines, additional specific safety requirements and test methods

Specifies safety requirements for rowing machines in addition to the general safety requirements of EN 957-1 and should be read in conjunction with it. This part of EN 957 is applicable to stationary training equipment type rowing machines, hereinafter referrd to as rowing machines, within the classes S and H and class A regarding accuracy. If accessories are provided with the rowing machine for the performance of additional exercises these are subject to the requirements of EN 957-1 and any other specific requirements of the appropriate prt of this standard.


Corrosion Protection of Steel Structures by Protective Paint Systems — Assessment of, and Acceptance Criteria for, the Adhesion/ Cohesion (Fracture Strength) of a Coating — Part 1: Pull-off Testing

This part of ISO 16276 specifies procedures for assessing the fracture strength of a protective paint coating of any thickness on a steel substrate of thickness not less than 10 mm. The procedures given in this part of ISO 16276 are based on methods used with different types of pull-off test equipment. The results obtained using such different types of equipment are not comparable. NOTE 1 Substrates of less than 10 mm in thickness can be tested if they are strengthened by the sandwich technique (see ISO 4624) or by the nature of the structure (e.g. I-beam or backing-plate). Otherwise, test panels with a thickness of at least 10 mm coated in the same way as the structure can be used, or the method specified ISO 16276-2 can be used. This part of ISO 16276 is only applicable if a fracture strength value is specified, together with the type of test equipment and the manufacturer of the equipment. Usually, this information is included in contract documentation. NOTE 2 A value for the fracture strength is only meaningful if the requirements concerning the ambient conditions (see 6.4.2) are met. This part of ISO 16276 also specifies suitable equipment and defines inspection areas, sampling plans andacceptance/rejection criteria. It does not give any values of the fracture strength of different protective paint coatings.


Corrosion Protection of Steel Structures by Protective Paint Systems — Assessment of, and Acceptance Criteria for, the Adhesion/ Cohesion (Fracture Strength) of a Coating — Part 2: Cross-cut Testing and X-Cut Testing

This part of ISO 16276 specifies procedures for rating the resistance of coating systems when a cut in the form of a right-angle lattice pattern (cross-cut) or in the form of an X (X-cut) is made into the coating, penetrating through to the substrate. This part of ISO 16276 is only applicable if the cross-cut or X-cut test method is specified, together with the rating from the appropriate rating scale. NOTE The characteristics of the coating can make the assessment of the result of a cross-cut or X-cut test difficult. This part of ISO 16276 also specifies suitable equipment and defines inspection areas, sampling plans and acceptance/rejection criteria. It does not specify ratings for particular coating systems.


Paints and Varnishes — Corrosion Protection by Protective Paint Systems — Assessment of Porosity in a Dry Film

This International Standard specifies procedures for detecting the presence of porosity in a protective paint system of any thickness on a steel or other metallic substrate. The procedures given in this International Standard are based on methods using two different types of test equipment, the choice of equipment depending on the dry film thickness. These procedures are only applicable to the testing of electrically nonconductive parts of a paint system. The test methods specified are mainly intended for use with new coatings, but can also be used for coatings which have been in service for some time. In the latter case, it is important to bear in mind that the coating might have been penetrated by substances in contact with the coating during service.


Plastics — Poly(methyl methacrylate) Sheets ― Types, Dimensions and Characteristics — Part 1: Cast Sheets

This part of ISO 7823 specifies requirements for non-modified flat poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) cast sheets (plates) for general-purpose use. The sheets may be colourless or coloured, and may be transparent, translucent or opaque. The thickness range of the sheets covered by this part of ISO 7823 is 1,5 mm to 25 mm.


Plastics — Poly(methyl methacrylate) Sheets ― Types, Dimensions and Characteristics — Part 2: Extruded Sheets

This part of ISO 7823 specifies requirements for flat poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) sheets extruded from colourless or coloured, transparent, translucent or opaque materials as defined in 3.1. The thickness range of the sheets covered by this part of ISO 7823 is 1,5 mm to 20 mm.


Plastics — Poly(methyl methacrylate) Sheets ― Types, Dimensions and Characteristics — Part 3: Continuous Cast Sheets

This part of ISO 7823 specifies requirements for non-modified flat poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) continuous cast sheets for general-purpose use. The sheets may be colourless or coloured, and may be transparent, translucent or opaque. The thickness range of the sheets covered by this part of ISO 7823 is 1 mm to 10 mm.


Physical and Chemical Properties of Engine Oils

The procedure for the preparation of a principal solution for chemical analysis requires at first an alkaline fusion of the test portion, either with a mixture of sodium carbonate and boric acid or with a mixture of sodium carbonate and sodium tetraborate. Subsequent dissolution of the molten mass in an excess of nitric acid and adjustment of an appropriate aliquot portion to pH 2. Replaces ISO Recommendation R804/1968.


Earth-moving machinery — Safety — Part 7: Requirements for scrapers

ISO 20474-4:2017 gives the safety requirements specific to wheeled and crawler backhoe loaders 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. ISO 20474-4:2017 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. ISO 20474-4:2017 is not applicable to machines manufactured before the date of its publication.


Earth-moving machinery — Safety — Part 5: Requirements for hydraulic excavators

ISO 20474-5:2017 gives the safety requirements specific to hydraulic 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. ISO 20474-5:2017 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. ISO 20474-5:2017 is not applicable to machines manufactured before the date of its publication.


Earth-moving machinery — Safety —Part 6: Requirements for dumpers

ISO 20474-6:2017 gives the safety requirements specific to wheeled and crawler dumpers as defined in ISO 6165, including compact dumpers with seated or standing operator. It is not applicable to dumpers primarily designed for use on public roads. 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. ISO 20474-6:2017 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. ISO 20474-6:2017 is not applicable to machines manufactured before the date of its publication.