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Structural adhesives - Characterisation of anaerobic adhesives for co-axial metallic assembly in building and civil engineering structures

This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for the characterisation of anaerobic adhesives intended for the general assembly of co-axial metallic elements in building and civil engineering structures including fasteners- threaded and otherwise, pipes and tubes. It is applicable to single adhesives and systems (kits) comprising adhesives, activators and/or primers for both internal and external construction elements. This European Standard only applies to metallic substrates.


Cosmetics — Guidelines on technical definitions and criteria for natural and organic cosmetic ingredients — Part 2: Criteria for ingredients and products

This document describes approaches to calculate natural, natural origin, organic and organic origin indexes that apply to the ingredient categories defined in ISO 16128-1. This document also offers a framework to determine the natural, natural origin, organic and organic origin content of products based on the ingredient characterization. Neither ISO 16128-1 nor this document addresses product communication (e.g. claims and labelling), human safety, environmental safety, socio-economic considerations (e.g. fair trade), characteristics of packaging materials or regulatory requirements applicable for cosmetics. This document builds on and enhances ISO 16128-1. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 16128-1.


Shell boilers - Part 2: Materials for pressure parts of boilers and accessories

This European Standard specifies the following materials for the pressure bearing parts of shell boilers and equipment of shell boilers (e.g. valves), subjected to internal and external pressure including integral attachments (non pressure bearing parts):  flat products (plate) and parts formed from flat products (e.g. shell, furnace, dished ends);  tubes and parts formed from tubes (e.g. bending, elbows, reducers, fittings);  forgings and cast products ;  bolting materials;  welding consumables


Shell boilers - Part 3: Design and calculation for pressure parts

This Part of this European Standard specifies requirements for the design and calculation of pressure parts of shell boilers as defined in EN 12953-1. For other components such as water tube walls reference should be made to EN 12952 series


Determination of the ultimate aerobic biodegradability of plastic materials in an aqueous medium-method by measuring the oxygen demand in a closed respirometer

This International Standard specifies a method, by measuring the oxygen demand in a closed respirometer, for the determination of the degree of aerobic biodegradability of plastic materials, including those containing formulation additives. The test material is exposed in an aqueous medium under laboratory conditions to an inoculum from activated sludge, compost or soil. If an unadapted activated sludge is used as the inoculum, the test simulates the biodegradation processes which occur in a natural aqueous environment; if a mixed or pre-exposed inoculum is used, the method can be used to investigate the potential biodegradability of a test material. The conditions used in this International Standard do not necessarily correspond to the optimum conditions allowing maximum biodegradation to occur, but the standard is designed to determine the potential biodegradability of plastic materials or give an indication of their biodegradability in natural environments. The method enables the assessment of the biodegradability to be improved by calculating a carbon balance (optional, see annex E). The method applies to the following materials: - Natural and/or synthetic polymers, copolymers or mixtures thereof. - Plastic materials which contain additives such as plasticizers, colorants or other compounds. - Water-soluble polymers. - Materials which, under the test conditions, do not inhibit the microorganisms present in the inoculum. Inhibitory effects can be determined using an inhibition control or by another appropriate method (see e.g. ISO 8192[3]). If the test material is inhibitory to the inoculum, a lower test concentration, another inoculum or a pre-exposed inoculum can be used.


Determination of the ultimate aerobic biodegradability of plastic materials in an aqueous medium — Method by analysis of evolved carbon dioxide

This document specifies a method, by measuring the amount of carbon dioxide evolved, for the determination of the degree of aerobic biodegradability of plastic materials, including those containing formulation additives. The test material is exposed in a synthetic medium under standardized laboratory conditions to an inoculum from activated sludge, mature compost or soil under aerobic, mesophilic conditions. If an unadapted activated sludge is used as the inoculum, the test result can be used to assess the aerobic biodegradation processes which occur in a waste water treatment plant environment. If a mixed or pre-exposed inoculum is used, the method can be used to investigate the potential biodegradability of a test material. The conditions used in this document do not necessarily correspond to the optimum conditions allowing maximum biodegradation to occur, but this test method is designed to measure the biodegradation of plastic materials and give an indication of their potential bio


Plastics — Determination of the ultimate anaerobic biodegradation of plastic materials in an aqueous system — Method by measurement of biogas production

This International Standard specifies a method for the determination of the ultimate anaerobic biodegradability of plastics by anaerobic microorganisms. The conditions described in this International Standard do not necessarily correspond to the optimum conditions for the maximum degree of biodegradation to occur. The test calls for exposure of the test material to sludge for a period of up to 90 d, which is longer than the normal sludge retention time (25 to 30 d) in anaerobic digesters, although digesters at industrial sites can have much longer retention times. The method applies to the following materials: - natural and/or synthetic polymers, copolymers or mixtures thereof; - plastic materials which contain additives such as plasticizers, colorants or other compounds; - water-soluble polymers; - materials which, under the test conditions, do not inhibit the microorganisms present in the inoculum. Inhibitory effects can be determined using an inhibition control or by another appropriate method (see e.g. ISO 13641). If the test material is inhibitory to the inoculum, a lower test concentration, another inoculum or a pre-exposed inoculum can be used.


Determination of the ultimate aerobic biodegradability of plastic materials under controlled composting conditions — Method by analysis of evolved carbon dioxide — Part 1: General method

This part of ISO 14855 specifies a method for the determination of the ultimate aerobic biodegradability of plastics, based on organic compounds, under controlled composting conditions by measurement of the amount of carbon dioxide evolved and the degree of disintegration of the plastic at the end of the test. This method is designed to simulate typical aerobic composting conditions for the organic fraction of solid mixed municipal waste. The test material is exposed to an inoculum which is derived from compost. The composting takes place in an environment wherein temperature, aeration and humidity are closely monitored and controlled. The test method is designed to yield the percentage conversion of the carbon in the test material to evolved carbon dioxide as well as the rate of conversion. Subclauses 8.6 and 8.7 specify a variant of the method, using a mineral bed (vermiculite) inoculated with thermophilic microorganisms obtained from compost with a specific activation phase, instead of mature compost. This variant is designed to yield the percentage of carbon in the test substance converted to carbon dioxide and the rate of conversion. The conditions described in this part of ISO 14855 may not always correspond to the optimum conditions for the maximum degree of biodegradation to occur.


Determination of the ultimate aerobic biodegradability of plastic materials under controlled composting conditions — Method by analysis of evolved carbon dioxide — Part 2: Gravimetric measurement of carbon dioxide evolved in a laboratory-scale test

This document specifies a method for determining the ultimate aerobic biodegradability of plastic materials under controlled composting conditions by gravimetric measurement of the amount of carbon dioxide evolved. The method is designed to yield an optimum rate of biodegradation by adjusting the humidity, aeration and temperature of the composting vessel. The method applies to the following materials: — natural and/or synthetic polymers and copolymers, and mixtures of these; — plastic materials that contain additives such as plasticizers or colorants; — water-soluble polymers; — materials that, under the test conditions, do not inhibit the activity of microorganisms present in the inoculum. If the test material inhibits microorganisms in the inoculum, another type of mature compost or pre-exposure compost can be used.


Plastics — Determination of the ultimate aerobic biodegradability of plastic materials in soil by measuring the oxygen demand in a respirometer or the amount of carbon dioxide evolved

This International Standard specifies a method for determining the ultimate aerobic biodegradability of plastic materials in soil by measuring the oxygen demand in a closed respirometer or the amount of carbon dioxide evolved. The method is designed to yield an optimum degree of biodegradation by adjusting the humidity of the test soil. If a non-adapted soil is used as an inoculum, the test simulates the biodegradation processes which take place in a natural environment; if a pre-exposed soil is used, the method can be used to investigate the potential biodegradability of a test material. This method applies to the following materials: - natural and/or synthetic polymers, copolymers or mixtures of these; - plastic materials which contain additives such as plasticizers or colorants; - water-soluble polymers. It does not necessarily apply to materials which, under the test conditions, inhibit the activity of the microorganisms present in the soil. Inhibitory effects can be measured using an inhibition control or by another suitable method. If the test material inhibits the microorganisms in the soil, a lower test material concentration, another type of soil or a pre-exposed soil can be used.


Welding — Recommendations for welding of metallic materials — Part 1: General guidance for arc welding

This part of ISO/TR 17671 gives general guidance for fusion welding of metallic materials in all forms of product (e.g. cast, wrought, extruded, forged). The processes and techniques referred to in this part of ISO/TR 17671 may not all be applicable to all materials. Additional information relevant to specific materials is given in the relevant parts of ISO/TR 17671.


Welding — Recommendations for welding of metallic materials — Part 2: Arc welding of ferritic steels

This part of IS/TR 17671 gives guidance for manual, semi-mechanized, mechanized and automatic arc welding of ferritic steels (see clause 5), excluding ferritic stainless steels, in all product forms.


Welding — Recommendations for welding of metallic materials — Part 3: Arc welding of stainless steels

This part of ISO/TR 17671 gives general recommendations for the fusion welding of stainless steels. Specific details relevant to austenitic, austenitic-ferritic, ferritic and martensitic stainless steels are given in annexes A to D.


Welding — Recommendations for welding of metallic materials — Part 4: Arc welding of aluminium and aluminium alloys

This part of ISO/TR 17671 gives general recommendations for the manual, mechanized and automatic fusion welding of wrought and cast aluminium alloys and combinations thereof. For general guidelines, see ISO/TR 17671-1. In this part of ISO/TR 17671 the word “pipe” alone, or in combinations, is used to mean “tube” or “hollow section”, although these terms are often used by different industries for different categories of product.


Gas welding equipment -- Pressure regulators for gas cylinders used in welding, cutting and allied processes up to 300 bar

This International Standard specifies requirements for single or two-stage pressure regulators without flowmetering devices for connection to gas cylinders used for ⎯ compressed gases up to 300 bar 1) (30 MPa), ⎯ dissolved acetylene, ⎯ liquefied petroleum gases (LPG), ⎯ methylacetylene-propadiene mixtures (MPS), and ⎯ carbon dioxide (CO2), for use in welding, cutting and allied processes. It does not cover pressure regulators having a nominal outlet pressure p2 > 20 bar. This International Standard also specifies requirements for single or two-stage pressure regulators with flowmetering devices for connection to gas cylinders used for ⎯ compressed gases or mixtures up to 300 bar (30 MPa), and ⎯ carbon dioxide (CO2), for use in welding, cutting and allied processes. Typical processes using this equipment are: tungsten inert-gas arc welding (TIG), metal-arc inert-gas welding (MIG), metal-arc active-gas welding (MAG), plasma arc welding, tubular-cored-wiretubular-cored-wire welding and plasma cutting. Annex B gives examples of flow-control systems and their flow-measuring devices. This International Standard does not cover pressure regulators intended for direct use on cylinder bundles. Such regulators comply with the safety requirements of ISO 7291, in particular with the adiabatic compression test for oxygen regulators. NOTE In addition to terms used in English and French, two of the three official ISO languages (English, French and Russian), this document gives the equivalent terms in German; these are published under the responsibility of the member body for Germany (DIN), and are given for information only. Only the terms and definitions given in the official languages can be considered as ISO terms and definitions.


PPE for firefighters — Test methods and requirements for PPE used by firefighters who are at risk of exposure to high levels of heat and/or flame while fighting fires occurring in structures — Part 1: General

This International Standard specifies minimum design and performance requirements for personal protective equipment (PPE) to be used by firefighters, primarily but not solely to protect against exposure to flame and high thermal loads. To assist with choice based on user risk assessment, types and performance levels for different categories of protection are included. The scope of this International Standard does not include PPE for use in high-risk fire exposures where, for example, protective clothing with reflective surface according to ISO 15538 might be more appropriate, or for use in long-term firefighting operations in high ambient temperature (for example, bush, wildland, or forest firefighting) where equipment according to ISO 16073 might be more appropriate. Similarly, this International Standard does not include PPE to protect against chemical and biological hazards, other than against short-term and accidental exposure while engaged in firefighting and associated activities when fighting fires occurring in structures. This part of ISO 11999 describes the general structure of this International Standard, sets design and performance requirements for PPE, and includes requirements for marking and manufacturer’s instructions.


PPE for firefighters — Test methods and requirements for PPE used by firefighters who are at risk of exposure to high levels of heat and/or flame while fighting fires occurring in structures — Part 2: Compatibility

This Technical Specification describes compatibility for ensembles of firefighters personal protective equipment (PPE) to be used by firefighters, who are at risk of exposure to high levels of heat and/or flame while fighting fires occurring in structures. This Technical Specification includes methods for compatibility testing in laboratories and procedures for compatibility testing including the identification of any limitations to be performed by wearers. NOTE Where the presence of more than one risk to health and safety makes it necessary to wear or use simultaneously more than one item of personal protective equipment, such equipment is compatible and continues to be effective against the risk or risks in question.


PPE for firefighters — Test methods and requirements for PPE used by firefighters who are at risk of exposure to high levels of heat and/or flame while fighting fires occurring in structures — Part 3: Clothing

This part of ISO 11999 specifies the minimum design and performance requirements for clothing as part of personal protective equipment (PPE) to be used by firefighters, primarily but not solely to protect against exposure to flame and high thermal loads. To assist with choice based on user risk assessment, a number of levels of protection are included. The scope of this part of ISO 11999 does not include clothing for use in high-risk fire exposures where for example, reflective protective clothing according to ISO 15538 could be more appropriate, or for use in long-term firefighting operations in high ambient temperature, for example bush, wildland, or forest firefighting where clothing according to ISO 16073 or ISO 15384 could be more appropriate. Similarly, this part of ISO 11999 does not include clothing to protect against chemical and biological hazards, other than against short-term and accidental exposure while engaged in firefighting and associated activities when fighting fires occurring in structures. This part of ISO 11999 describes types, design, and performance of clothing, the specific requirements for clothing, marking, and manufacturer’s instructions.


PPE for firefighters — Test methods and requirements for PPE used by firefighters who are at risk of exposure to high levels of heat and/or flame while fighting fires occurring in structures — Part 4: Gloves

ISO 11999-4:2015 specifies minimum design and performance requirements for gloves as part of personal protective equipment (PPE) to be used by firefighters, primarily, but not solely, to protect against exposure to flame and high thermal loads.


PPE for firefighters — Test methods and requirements for PPE used by firefighters who are at risk of exposure to high levels of heat and/or flame while fighting fires occurring in structures — Part 5: Helmets

This part of ISO 11999 specifies the minimum design and performance requirements for helmets as part of personal protective equipment (PPE) to be used by firefighters, primarily but not solely to protect against exposure to flame and high thermal loads. NOTE A Type 1 helmet is similar to helmets for fighting fires in structures according to EN 443:2008. A Type 2 helmet is similar to helmets used for fighting fires in structures according to NFPA 1971:2013. However, following ISO 11999-1, all parts of heat and flame resistance requirements are consistent with each other, therefore heat and flame tests consistent with requirements for clothing given in ISO 11999-3.


PPE for firefighters — Test methods and requirements for PPE used by firefighters who are at risk of exposure to high levels of heat and/or flame while fighting fires occurring in structures — Part 6:Footwear

This part of ISO 11999 specifies the minimum design and performance requirements for footwear as part of personal protective equipment [PPE] to be used by firefighters, primarily but not solely to protect against flame and high thermal loads while fighting fires occurring in structures.


PPE for firefighters — Test methods and requirements for PPE used by firefighters who are at risk of exposure to high levels of heat and/or flame while fighting fires occurring in structures — Part 9: Fire hoods

This part of ISO 11999 specifies the minimum design and performance requirements for a fire hood as part of personal protective equipment (PPE) to be used by firefighters, primarily but not solely to protect against exposure to flame and high thermal loads.


Guidance on the selection, use, care and maintenance of personal protective equipment (PPE) designed to provide protection for firefighters

This Technical Report sets out guidance for the selection, use, care and maintenance of PPE designed to provide protection for firefighters while carrying out their duties. The PPE covered in this Technical Report is intended for firefighting personnel exposed to risks associated with, but not necessarily limited to, the following activities: ⎯ structural firefighting; ⎯ wildland firefighting; ⎯ incidents involving hazardous materials; ⎯ incidents involving motor vehicles; ⎯ urban search and rescue; ⎯ swift water rescue; ⎯ emergency medical response; ⎯ storm and flood recovery. The purpose of this Technical Report is to highlight the main areas that an organization needs to consider when providing PPE to its members. Most paragraphs of the document contain bullet lists; these lists are provided for guidance only and they are not exhaustive.


Personal protective equipment -- Safety footwear

This International Standard specifies basic and additional (optional) requirements for protective footwear used for general purpose. It includes, for example, mechanical risks, slip resistance, thermal risks, ergonomic behaviour. Special risks are covered by complementary job-related standards (e.g. footwear for firefighters, electrical insulating footwear, protection against chain saw injuries, protection against chemicals and molten metal splash, protection for motor cycle riders).


Personal protective equipment — Protective footwear

This International Standard specifies basic and additional (optional) requirements for protective footwear used for general purpose. It includes, for example, mechanical risks, slip resistance, thermal risks, ergonomic behaviour. Special risks are covered by complementary job-related standards (e.g. footwear for firefighters, electrical insulating footwear, protection against chain saw injuries, protection against chemicals and molten metal splash, protection for motor cycle riders).


Personal protective equipment — Occupational footwear

This International Standard specifies basic and additional (optional) requirements for occupational footwear that is not exposed to any mechanical risks (impact or compression). Special risks are covered by complementary job-related standards (e.g. footwear for firefighters, electrical insulating footwear, protection against chain saw injuries, protection against chemicals and against molten metal splash, protection for motor cycle riders).


Molded plastics footwear -- Lined or unlined poly(vinyl chloride) boots for general industrial use -- Specification

This standard specifies requirements, physical properties and marking. Gives the measurement of thickness (Annex A), the determination of the resistance to flexing of the upper material (Annex B), the flexing test of soling material (Annex C) and boot heights (Annex D).


Gas welding equipment — Pressure regulators for manifold systems used in welding, cutting and allied processes up to 30 MPa (300 bar)

This International Standard specifies requirements and test methods for pressure regulators in manifold systems used in welding, cutting, and allied processes for: a) compressed gases up to 30 MPa1) (300 bar); b) dissolved acetylene; c) liquefied petroleum gases (LPG); d) methylacetylene-propadiene-mixtures (MPS); e) carbon dioxide (CO2). It is not applicable to pressure regulators fitted directly to the gas cylinders, as defined in ISO 2503.


Gas welding equipment — Pressure gauges used in welding, cutting and allied processes

This document specifies requirements for Bourdon-tube pressure gauges normally used with compressed gas systems at pressures up to 30 MPa (300 bar) in welding, cutting and allied processes. It also covers use for dissolved acetylene and for liquefied gases under pressure. It does not cover gauges for acetylene in acetylene-manufacturing plants.


Gas welding equipment — Marking for equipment used for gas welding, cutting and allied processes

This International Standard specifies the gas letter code to be used for marking the equipment for gas welding, cutting and allied processes, when the full name of the gas cannot be used.


Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Basics and interpretations - Part 10: System of the EN 81 series of standards

This Technical Report describes the system of the EN 81 series of standards. As long as the internal rules of CEN do not specify provisions to handle interpretations, this Technical Report also describes the procedure for interpretations to be followed by the working groups of CEN/TC 10.


Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Basics and interpretations - Part 11: Interpretations related to EN 81 family of standards

This Technical Specification is a collection of interpretations related to the EN 81 family of standards (see CEN/TR 81-10:2008). As second issue, this document collects interpretations to EN 81-1:1998, EN 81- 2:1998, EN 81-28:2003, EN 81-58:2003, EN 81-70:2003, EN 81-72:2003 and EN 81-73:2005. Interpretations to other standards of the EN 81 family will be added when they are available. Interpretations aim to improve the understanding of the clause(s) they are referring to and by that facilitating common understanding between manufacturers, lift installers, notified bodies, inspection bodies and national authorities. Interpretations do not have the same status as the standards to which they are related. However, the application of interpretations should give to the interested parties confidence that the relevant standard has not been wrongly applied.


Safety rules for the construction and installations of lifts - Particular applications for passenger and goods passenger lifts - Part 77: Lifts subject to seismic conditions

This document specifies the special provisions and safety rules for passenger and goods passenger lifts where these lifts are permanently installed in buildings that are in compliance with EN 1998-1 (Eurocode 8). This document defines additional requirements to EN 81-20 and EN 81-50. It applies to new passenger lifts and goods passenger lifts. However, it can be used as a basis to improve the safety of existing passenger and goods passenger lifts. This document does not introduce any additional special provisions and safety rules for lifts which are in Seismic lift category 0 as defined in Annex A, Table A.1. This document does not address other risks due to seismic events (e.g. fire, flood, explosion).


Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Particular applications to passenger lifts and goods passenger lifts - Part 71: Vandal resistant lifts

This document gives additional and deviating requirements to EN 81-20 as applicable in order to ensure the safety of lift users and the availability of lifts, which may be used for vandal resistant purposes. In all other respects such lifts are designed in accordance with EN 81-20. This document deals with the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to lifts which can be affected by vandalism (as listed in Clause 4) when they are used under the conditions as foreseen by the installer. It does not cover building security or Category 0 lifts (see definition 3.2). For other types of lifts, e.g. inclined lifts according to EN 81-22, this standard can usefully be taken as a basis.


Child Care Articles - Table Mounted Chairs – Safety Requirements and Test Methods

This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for table mounted chairs, intended for children who are able to sit unaided up to a maximum weight of 15 kg.


Child Use and Care articles - Baby Walking Frames - Safety Requirements and Test Methods

This European standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for baby walking frames into which a child is placed, and intended to be used from when the child is able to sit up by itself until the child is able to walk by itself. This European standard does not apply to baby walking frames for therapeutic and curative purposes and to those baby walking frames relying on inflatable parts to support the child. NOTE Baby walking frames relying solely on inflatable parts to support the child are excluded from the scope of this standard because of the problem of retaining rigidity of the structure.


Child Use and Care Articles - Method for Determining the Release of N-nitrosamines and N-nitrosatable Substances from Elastomer or Rubber Teats and Soothers

This European Standard specifies the method for determining N-nitrosamines and N-nitrosatable substances released from elastomer or rubber teats in contact with artificial saliva salt solution for testing compliance with Directive 93/11/EEC.


Child Use and Care Articles - Infant Swings

This European Standard specifies safety requirements and the corresponding test methods for infant swings intended for children up to a weight of 9 kg or unable to sit up unaided. If an infant swing has several functions or can be converted into another function, the relevant European Standards apply to it. Swings falling under the scope of EN 71-8 are excluded from the scope of this European Standard. See rationale in A.1.


Child Use and Care Articles - Chair Mounted Seat

This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for chair mounted seats intended to be positioned on an adult chair to raise the sitting position of a child able to sit unaided up to an age of 36 months or a maximum weight of 15 kg. This European Standard does not apply to cushions, pads and to products only aimed at restraining the child on a chair without raising the child's sitting position.


Child Use and Care Articles - Baby Bouncers – Safety Requirements and Test Methods

This European Standard specifies the minimum safety requirements and test methods for vertically suspended baby bouncers for domestic use, for children who can support their head unaided and up to a maximum weight of 12 kg. This standard does not include products that allow the child to lay down such as vertically suspended moses baskets and carrycots. This standard does not include baby bouncers designed for children with special needs


Glass in Building - Insulating glass units - Part 1: Generalities, system description, rules for substitution, tolerances and visual quality

This document (all parts) covers the requirements for insulating glass units. The main intended uses of the insulating glass units are installations in windows, doors, curtain walling, bonded glazing for doors, windows and curtain walling, roofs and partitions. The achievement of the requirements of this standard indicates that insulating glass units fulfil the needs for intended use and ensures by means of the evaluation of conformity to this standard that, visual, energetic, acoustic, safety parameters do not change significantly over time. In cases where there is no protection against direct ultraviolet radiation or permanent shear load on the edge seal, as in bonded glazing for doors, windows and curtain walling systems, it is essential to follow additional European Technical Specifications (see EN 15434, EN 13022-1 and prEN 16759). Insulating glass units that are intended for artistic purposes (e.g. lead glass or fused glass) are excluded from the scope of this standard. Vacuum insulating glass is not covered by this standard (see ISO DIS 19916-1). Glass/plastics composites are under the scope as long as the surface of contact with sealants is a glass component. NOTE For glass products with electrical wiring or connections for, e.g. alarm or heating purposes, other directives, e.g. Low Voltage Directive, may apply. This European Standard gives definitions for insulating glass units and covers the rules for the system description, the optical and visual quality and the dimensional tolerances thereof and describes the substitution rules based on an existing system description.


Metal beads and feature profiles for use with gypsum plasterboards - Definitions, requirements and test methods

This European Standard specifies the characteristics and performance of metal beads, metal beads combined with paper tape and metal feature profiles designed for use in systems made with gypsum plasterboards according to EN 520, gypsum boards with fibrous reinforcement according to EN 15283-1 and EN 15283-2 and products from secondary processing according to EN 14190, gypsum board thermal/acoustic insulation composite panels according to EN 13950 and prefabricated gypsum board panels with a cellular paperboard core according to EN 13915, intended to be used in building construction works. Metal beads and feature profiles, depending upon their material and type, can be featured without decoration, decorated or finished with jointing compounds to receive decoration. It covers the following performance characteristics: reaction to fire and flexural strength (bending behaviour) to be measured according to the corresponding European test methods. It provides the assessment and verification of constancy of performance of the products This European Standard covers also additional technical characteristics that are of importance for the use and acceptance of the product by the construction industry and the reference tests for these characteristics.


General principles of design of fibrous (gypsum) plaster works

This European Standard defines the principles for the design of works carried out using fibrous (gypsum) plaster products as defined in EN 13815. Fibrous (gypsum) plaster casts from the three categories of production below (see Clause 4 of EN 13815:2006) should be involved: a) ”cpp” allowing regulatory marking CE; b) “cppv” allowing regulatory marking CE; c) “ipp” either when CE marking is required; or without CE marking (see Annex D – Note 2 of EN 13815:2006). This European Standard applies to both new constructions and to the refurbishment, restructuring or conversion of existing buildings.


Glass containers - 28 mm Tamper-Evident Finish for Pressurized Liquids - Dimensions

This standard specifies the dimensions of the 28 mm tamper evident finish of glass containers for pressurized liquids.


Glass Containers — Vacuum Lug Finishes — Part 1: General

ISO 9100-1 specifies the types of vacuum lug finishes for glass containers for ISO 9100-2 to ISO 9100-14.


Glass Containers — Vacuum Lug Finishes — Part 12: 89 Regular

ISO 9100-12 specifies the dimensions of a vacuum lug finish with a nominal size of 89 mm regular for wide-mouth glass containers


Glass Containers — Vacuum Lug Finishes — Part 13: 100 regular

ISO 9100-13 specifies the dimensions of a vacuum lug finish with a nominal size of 100 mm regular for wide-mouth glass containers


Glass Containers — Vacuum Lug Finishes — Part 14: 110 Regular

ISO 9100-14 specifies the dimensions of a vacuum lug finish with a nominal size of 110 mm regular for wide-mouth glass containers.


Wide-Mouth Glass Containers - Deviation from Flatness of Top Sealing Surface - Test Methods

This standard Specifies two complementary methods for the determination of the deviation from flatness. Describes the principle, the apparatus, the sampling, the test procedure, the expression of results, and the contents of the test report.


Glass packaging — Standard Tolerances for Flaconnage

ISO 12818:2013 specifies the tolerances for the bottles intended to be used for pharmaceutical products, cosmetic and perfumery products and chemical products. The tolerances concerned are brimful capacity, height, diameter and width, and verticality