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Fertilizer and soil conditioners -- Fertilizer grade urea -- General requirements

This International Standard specifies the general requirements regarding testing methods, sampling and preparation of test sample, marking and labelling, package, transport, and storage of fertilizer grade urea. This International Standard is applicable to urea in solid form, e.g. granular, prilled, or pastilled, which is made by the reaction of ammonia with carbon dioxide. Urea can be classified by its intended use, industrial and/or agricultural. It is mainly used as fertilizer in the field of agriculture. This International Standard is only applicable to fertilizer grade urea in the field of agriculture


Fertilizers and soil conditioners — Controlled-release fertilizer — General requirements

This International Standard specifies the requirements for testing methods, sampling and preparation of test sample, marking and labelling, as well as package, transport, and storage of controlled-release fertilizer. This International Standard is applicable to controlled-release products having one or more primary fertilizer nutrient (nitrogen and/or phosphorous and/or potassium) in a controlled-release form. They can be made by bulk blending (BB) fertilizers or by special processes


Fertilizers and soil conditioners — Water soluble fertilizer — General requirements

This International Standard specifies the requirements for testing methods, sampling and preparation of test sample, marking and labelling, as well as package, transport, and storage of water soluble fertilizers. This International Standard is applicable to water soluble fertilizers which are completely soluble in water and are suitable for fertigation and sprinkling irrigation, as well as for foliar application (foliar feeding)


Plastics — Blow-Moulded Polypropylene Containers for Packaging of Liquid Foodstuffs

This International Standard provides the requirements of polypropylene resins intended for use in blowmoulded, round containers with capacities up to, and including two litres intended for the packaging of liquids for human consumption. This International Standard also provides tolerances on mass, dimensions, methods of sampling, testing, and performance requirements. NOTE It is not to be implied that polypropylene resins are the only polymers suitable for these applications, as many other polymers, including PE-HD, PET, etc. are also suitable


Plastics — Film and Sheeting — Non-Oriented Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) (PET) Sheets

This International Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for non-oriented polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or copolymer sheets made from virgin PET resin or recycled PET resin or combinations thereof. It applies only to sheets of thickness less than 2,0 mm. It excludes foamed sheets and shrinkable films


Plastics -- Film and sheeting -- Determination of thickness by mechanical scanning


Plastics — Film and Sheeting — Determination of Tear Resistance — Part 1: Trouser Tear Method

This part of ISO 6383 specifies a method of determining the tear resistance of plastic film or sheet less than 1 mm thick, in the form of standard trouser-shaped test specimens, tested under defined conditions of pre-treatment, temperature, humidity, and speed of testing. The method is applicable to film and sheeting of both flexible and rigid materials, provided that the material is not so rigid that brittle fracture occurs during the test, or so deformable, in an irreversible way that the energy used in the deformation of the specimen legs is significant (i.e. is not negligible) with respect to the energy used in tearing. The method may not be suitable for determining the tear properties of cellular sheet and film


Plastics - Film and Sheeting – Determination of Tear Resistance - Part 2: Elmendorf Method


High-Pressure Decorative Laminates (HPL) - Sheets Based on Thermosetting Resins (usually called laminates) - Part 2: Determination of Properties

This European Standard specifies the methods of test for determination of the properties of high-pressure decorative laminates as defined in Clause 3. These methods are primarily intended for testing the sheets specified in EN 438-3, EN 438-4, EN 438-5, EN 438-6, EN 438-8, and EN 438-9.The precision of the test methods, specified in this European Standard, is not known because inter-laboratory data are not yet available. When inter-laboratory data will be obtained, precision statements will be added to the test method at the following revision. For those test methods having an end point determination based on subjective judgment, it is not meaningful to make a statement of precision


High-pressure decorative laminates (HPL) - Sheets based on thermosetting resins (usually called laminates) - Part 3: Classification and specifications for laminates less than 2 mm thick intended for bonding to supporting substrates

This European Standard applies to laminates less than 2 mm thick produced by using an high pressure process, normally intended for bonding to supporting substrates to produce HPL composite panels and establishes a classification system for high-pressure decorative laminates according to their performance and main recommended fields of application, including materials with special characteristics, for example formability or defined reaction to fire. This European Standard also specifies requirements for the properties of the various types of laminates covered by this classification system. High-pressure decorative laminates are characterised by their qualities, durability and functional performance. HPL sheets are available in a wide variety of colours, patterns and surface finishes; they are resistant to wear, scratching, impact, moisture, heat and staining; and possess good hygienic and anti-static properties, being easy to clean and maintain. EN 438-2 specifies the methods of test relevant to this European Standard. EN 438-4, EN 438-5, EN 438-6, EN 438-7, EN 438-8 and EN 438-9 are reserved for special types of HPL materials


High-Pressure Decorative Laminates (HPL) - Sheets Based on Thermosetting Resins (usually called laminates) - Part 4: Classification and Specifications for Compact Laminates of Thickness 2 mm and Greater

This European Standard specifies performance requirements for two types of compact laminate of thickness 2 mm or greater produced by using a high pressure process intended for interior use. High-pressure decorative Compact laminates are characterized by their aesthetic qualities, strength, durability and functional performance. Compact HPL sheets are available in a wide variety of colours, patterns and surface finishes; they are extremely strong, and resistant to wear, impact, scratching, moisture, heat and staining; and possess good hygienic and anti-static properties, being easy to clean and maintain. EN 438-2 specifies the methods of test relevant to this European Standard


Essential oils — Analysis by gas chromatography on chiral capillary columns — General method

This International Standard specifies a general method for the analysis of essential oils by gas chromatography on capillary chiral columns, for the purpose of determining the specific enantiomeric excess or distribution of the chiral compounds contained in the essential oils


Natural stone - Rough slabs - Requirements

This European Standard specifies requirements for rough slabs of natural stone from which products for use in buildings or commemorative stones and other similar applications are made. It does not cover artificially agglomerated stony material nor installation


Agglomerated stone - Modular tiles for flooring and stairs (internal and external)

This European Standard specifies requirements and appropriate test methods for modular tiles of agglomerated stone which are made for use as flooring and stairs for internal and external uses, fixed by mortar or adhesives. It also provides for the evaluation of conformity and marking of the products to the requirements of this European Standard. This European Standard is not applicable to terrazzo tiles covered by EN 13748-1 and EN 13748-2 


Natural stone products - Slabs for floors and stairs - Requirements

This European Standard specifies requirements for flat natural stone slabs used as paving units for internal (including enclosed public transport premises) and/or external uses in floors and stairs including skirtings. This European Standard does not cover mineral aggregates and artificial agglomerated stone material and does not cover installation


Natural stone products - Slabs for cladding - Requirements

This European Standard specifies requirements for slabs of natural stone that are made for use as cladding for internal and external wall and ceiling finishes. This European Standard does not cover aggregates and artificially agglomerated stone material and does not cover installation. Furthermore, this European Standard does not cover roofing slates used as external cladding and slates and stone products for discontinuous roofing. This European Standard does not consider fixing by means of mortar and adhesives


Safety of amusement rides and amusement devices — Part 3: Requirements for inspection during design, manufacture, operation and use

This part of ISO 17842 defines requirements for the necessary inspections, in accordance with ISO/IEC 17020, of amusement devices designed, manufactured, operated and used according to ISO 17842-1 and ISO 17842-2


Safety of amusement rides and amusement devices — Part 3: Requirements for inspection during design, manufacture, operation and use

This part of ISO 17842 defines requirements for the necessary inspections, in accordance with ISO/IEC 17020, of amusement devices designed, manufactured, operated and used according to ISO 17842-1 and ISO 17842-2


Swimming pool equipment - Part 10: Additional specific safety requirements and test methods for diving platforms, diving springboards and associated equipment

This part of EN 13451 specifies safety requirements for diving platforms, diving springboards and associated equipment in addition to the general safety requirements of EN 13451-1 and should be read in conjunction with it. The requirements of this part of EN 13451 take priority over those in EN 13451-1. This part of EN 13451 is applicable to platforms and springboards, and associated equipment for use in classified swimming pools as specified in EN 15288-1 and EN 15288-2


Swimming pool equipment - Part 11: Additional specific safety requirements and test methods for moveable pool floors and moveable bulkheads

This part of EN 13451 specifies safety requirements for moveable pool floors and moveable bulkheads in addition to the general safety requirements of EN 13451-1 and should be read in conjunction with it. The requirements of this part of EN 13451 take priority over those in EN 13451-1. This part of EN 13451 is applicable to manufactured moveable pool floors and moveable bulkheads for use in classified swimming pools as specified in EN 15288-1 and EN 15288-2


Information technology — Security techniques — Verification of cryptographic protocols

This International Standard establishes a technical base for the security proof of the specification of cryptographic protocols. This International Standard specifies design evaluation criteria for these protocols, as well as methods to be applied in a verification process for such protocols. This International Standard also provides definitions of different protocol assurance levels consistent with evaluation assurance components in ISO/IEC 15408.


Natural stone - Rough blocks - Requirements

This European Standard specifies requirements for rough blocks of natural stone from which products for use in building or commemorative stones and other similar applications are made. It does not cover artificially agglomerated stony material nor installation


Natural stone products - Dimensional stone work - Requirements

This European Standard specifies requirements for the following stone units: A- Structural solid stone units: i. Load bearing stone elements, typically subject to prevailing compression stresses, such as solid columns, arches and similar; ii. Solid stone elements used for parapets, handrails, balustrades, copings and the like, intended to withstand horizontal live loadings in addition to any dead load. b- Finishing solid stone units: i. Curved cladding panels, for the external finishing of walls, columns or pilasters; ii. Stone elements for framing one or more side openings in building walls or floors, such as sills, jambs, architraves and similar. This European Standard does not include stone masonry units, as defined in EN 771-6, stone which is a ‘caston’ finish to pre-cast concrete or agglomerated stones. Moreover it does not cover commemorative or funeral stones and sculptures, when they do not show the above mentioned characteristics


Information technology — Security techniques — Privacy framework

This International Standard provides a privacy framework which specifies a common privacy terminology; defines the actors and their roles in processing personally identifiable information  PII ; describes privacy safeguarding considerations; and provides references to known privacy principles for information technology. This International Standard is applicable to natural persons and organizations involved in specifying, procuring, architecting, designing, developing, testing, maintaining, administering, and operating information and communication technology systems or services where privacy controls are required for the processing of PII


Information technology — Security techniques — Incident investigation principles and processes

This International Standard provides guidelines based on idealized models for common incident investigation processes across various incident investigation scenarios involving digital evidence. This includes processes from pre-incident preparation through investigation closure, as well as any general advice and caveats on such processes. The guidelines describe processes and principles applicable to various kinds of investigations, including, but not limited to, unauthorized access, data corruption, system crashes, or corporate breaches of information security, as well as any other digital investigation. In summary, this International Standard provides a general overview of all incident investigation principles and processes without prescribing particular details within each of the investigation principles and processes covered in this International Standard. Many other relevant International Standards, where referenced in this International Standard, provide more detailed content of specific investigation principles and processes


Information technology — Security techniques — Guidelines for the analysis and interpretation of digital evidence

This International Standard provides guidance on the analysis and interpretation of digital evidence in a manner which addresses issues of continuity, validity, reproducibility, and repeatability. It encapsulates best practice for selection, design, and implementation of analytical processes and recording sufficient information to allow such processes to be subjected to independent scrutiny when required. It provides guidance on appropriate mechanisms for demonstrating proficiency and competence of the investigative team. Analysis and interpretation of digital evidence can be a complex process. In some circumstances, there can be several methods which could be applied and members of the investigative team will be required to justify their selection of a particular process and show how it is equivalent to another process used by other investigators. In other circumstances, investigators may have to devise new methods for examining digital evidence which has not previously been considered and should be able to show that the method produced is “fit for purpose”. Application of a particular method can influence the interpretation of digital evidence processed by that method. The available digital evidence can influence the selection of methods for further analysis of digital evidence which has already been acquired. This International Standard provides a common framework, for the analytical and interpretational elements of information systems security incident handling, which can be used to assist in the implementation of new methods and provide a minimum common standard for digital evidence produced from such activities


Natural stone products - Modular tiles - Requirements

This European Standard specifies requirements for flat modular tiles of natural stone which are made for internal (including enclosed public transport premises) and/or external uses as floorings, stairs and wall and ceiling finishes. This European Standard does not cover mineral aggregates and artificial agglomerated stone material and does not cover installation.


Children's furniture - Mattresses for cots and cribs - Safety requirements and test methods


Furniture - Bunk beds and high beds - Part 1: Safety, strength and durability requirements

This European Standard specifies requirements for the safety, strength and durability of bunk beds and high beds for domestic and non-domestic use. It applies to bunk beds with a height to the upper surface of the top bed base of 600 mm or more above the floor and to high beds with a height to the upper surface of the bed base of 600 mm or more above the floor. The loads and forces in the strength and durability tests apply to beds with an internal length greater than 140 cm and a maximum bed base width of 120 cm. The dimensional requirements are intended to minimise the risk of accidents, particularly to children. The strength and durability requirements are intended to represent use by one occupant per bed. Safety requirements for other products included in a bunk bed/high bed, for example a table or storage furniture, are not included in this standard. This European Standard does not apply to bunk beds and high beds used for special purposes, including but not limited to prison, the military and fire brigades


Furniture - Bunk beds and high beds - Part 2: Test methods

This European Standard specifies test methods for the safety, strength and durability of bunk beds and high beds for domestic and non-domestic use. The loads and forces in the strength and durability tests apply to beds with an internal length greater than 140 cm and a maximum bed base width of 120 cm. The tests are designed to be applied to a bed that is fully assembled and ready for use. The applicable safety requirements are given in EN 747-1


Domestic furniture-Beds and mattresses-Safety requirements and test methods

this standard specifies mechanical safety requirements and testing for all types of fully erected domestic adult beds including all component elements such as bed frame, bed base, mattress and mattress pads (when they form a unit with the mattress). It does not apply to foldaway beds, bunk beds, children cots and adjustable beds for disabled persons where separate standards exist, as well as waterbeds and air beds. Further tests may be applicable for test units that are multi purposes, e.g. convertible sofa beds and power driven system


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


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

This standard specifies requirements for the content of welding procedure specifications for arc welding processes. This standard is part of a series of standards, details of this series are given in EN ISO 15607:2003, Annex A. The variables listed in this standard 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 European Standard specifies requirements for the content of welding procedure specifications for gas welding processes. This standard is part of a series of standards, details of this series are given in prEN ISO 15607, annex A. Variables listed in this standard are those influencing the quality of the welded joint


Calculation of wind loads on structures

The present Standard is applicable to all construction projects including buildings and civil works in both public and private sectors.


Safety Rules For The Construction And Installation Of Lifts - Lifts For The Transport Of Persons And Goods - Part 21: New Passenger And Goods Passenger Lifts In Existing Buildings

This European Standard specifies the safety rules related to new passenger and goods/passenger lifts permanently installed in existing buildings where in some circumstances due to limitations enforced by building constraints, some requirements of EN 81-1 and EN 81-2 cannot be met


Safety rules for the construction and installations of lifts - Particular applications for passenger and good passengers lifts - Part 70: Accessibility to lifts


Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Existing lifts - Part 82: Rules for the improvement of the accessibility of existing lifts for persons including persons with disability

This European Standard provides rules on how to apply EN 81-70 referred to in EN 81-80:2003, 5.2.1 to existing lifts to improve their accessibility for persons including persons with disability. 1.2 This European Standard applies to permanently installed lifts serving defined landing levels, having a car designed for the transportation of persons or persons and goods and moving between guide rails inclined not more than 15° to the vertical


Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Special lifts for the transport of persons and goods - Part 40: Stairlifts and inclined lifting platforms intended for persons with impaired mobility

This European Standard deals with safety requirements for construction, manufacturing, installation, maintenance and dismantling of electrically operated stairlifts (chair, standing platform and wheelchair platform) affixed to a building structure, moving in an inclined plane and intended for use by persons with impaired mobility: - travelling over a staircase or an accessible inclined surface; - intended for use by one person; - whose carriage is directly retained and guided by a guide rail or rails; - supported or sustained by chain, rack and pinion, screw and nut, friction traction drive, rope and ball. 1.2 The standard identifies hazards as listed in Clause 4 which arise during the various phases in the life of such equipment and describes methods for the elimination or reduction of these hazards when used as intended by the manufacturer. 1.3 This European standard does not specify the additional requirements for: - operation in severe conditions (e.g. extreme climates, strong magnetic fields); - lightning protection; - operation subject to special rules (e.g. potentially explosive atmospheres); - handling of materials the nature of which could lead to dangerous situations; - use of energy systems other than electricity; - hazards occurring during manufacture; - earthquakes, flooding, fire; - type C wheelchairs as defined in EN 12183 and/or EN 12184; - evacuation during a fire; - stairlifts for goods only; - concrete, hardcore, timber or other foundation or building arrangement; - design of anchorage bolts to the supporting structure. NOTE For the actual type of machinery, noise is not considered a significant nor relevant hazard. 1.4 This document is not applicable to power operated stairlifts which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN


Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Special lifts for the transport of persons and goods - Part 41: Vertical lifting platforms intended for use by persons with impaired mobility


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


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 rules for the construction and installation of lifts - Lifts for the transport of persons and goods - Part 22: Electric lifts with inclined path

This European Standard specifies the safety rules for the construction and installation of permanently installed new electric lifts, with traction or positive drive, serving defined landings levels, having a vehicle designed to convey passengers or passengers and loads, suspended by ropes or chains and travelling in a vertical plan along guide rails that are inclined at an angle of between 15° and 75° in relation to the horizontal


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

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)


Safety of machinery - Equipment for power driven parking of motor vehicles - Safety and EMC requirement for design, manufacturing, erection and commissioning stages

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


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


Safety of escalators and moving walks - Part 1: Construction and installation

This European Standard is applicable for new escalators and moving walks (pallet or belt type) as defined in Clause 3. This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to escalators and moving walks when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard is not applicable to escalators and moving walks which were manufactured before the date of its publication. It is, however, recommended that existing installations be adapted to this standard


Environmental management — Environmental technology verification (ETV)

This document specifies principles, procedures and requirements for environmental technology verification (ETV).


Sustainability in buildings and civil engineering works — Guidelines on the application of the general principles in ISO 15392

This Technical Specification provides guidance for the application of the general principles of sustainability in buildings and civil engineering works elaborated in ISO 15392. It shows the different actors involved with the construction works how to take these principles into account in their decision making processes in order to increase the contribution of the construction works to sustainability and sustainable development


Environmental management — Material flow cost accounting — General framework

MFCA, the flows and stocks of materials within an organization are traced and quantified in physical unit’s e.g. mass, volume, and the costs associated with those material flows are also evaluated. The resulting information can act as a motivator for organizations and managers to seek opportunities to simultaneously generate financial benefits and reduce adverse environmental impacts. MFCA is applicable to any organization that uses materials and energy, regardless of their products, services, size, structure, location, and existing management and accounting systems. MFCA can be extended to other organizations in the supply chain, both upstream and downstream, thus helping to develop an integrated approach to improving material and energy efficiency in the supply chain. This extension can be beneficial because waste generation in an organization is often driven by the nature or quality of materials provided by a supplier, or the specification of the product requested by a customer. By definition, management accounting and environmental management accounting EMA focus on providing organizations with information for internal decision-making. MFCA, one of the major tools of EMA, also focuses on information for internal decision-making, and is intended to complement existing environmental management and management accounting practices. Although an organization can choose to include external costs in an MFCA analysis, external costs are outside the scope of this International Standard. The MFCA framework presented in this International Standard includes common terminologies, objective and principles, fundamental elements, and implementation steps. However, detailed calculation procedures or information on techniques for improving material or energy efficiency are outside the scope of this International Standard. This International Standard is not intended for the purpose of third party certification.