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Lung ventilators and related equipment — Vocabulary and

This document establishes a vocabulary of terms and semantics for all fields of respiratory care involving mechanical ventilation, such as intensive-care ventilation, anaesthesia ventilation, emergency and transport ventilation and home-care ventilation, including sleep-apnoea breathing-therapy equipment. It is applicable — in lung ventilator and breathing-therapy device standards, — in health informatics standards, — for labelling on medical electrical equipment and medical electrical systems, — in medical electrical equipment and medical electrical system instructions for use and accompanying documents, — for medical electrical equipment and medical electrical systems interoperability, and — in electronic health records. This document is also applicable to those accessories intended by their manufacturer to be connected to a ventilator breathing system or to a ventilator, where the characteristics of those accessories can affect the basic safety or essential performance of


Lung ventilators for medical use — Particular requirements for

This part of ISO 10651 specifies the basic safety and essential performance requirements for gas-powered emergency resuscitators (3.10) intended for use with humans by first responders. This equipment is intended for emergency field use and is intended to be continuously operator attended in normal use. This part of ISO 10651 also specifies the requirements for resuscitator sets (3.22). This part of ISO 10651 is not applicable to electrically-powered resuscitators. NOTE ISO 10651-3 covers emergency and transport ventilators.


ventilateurs pulmonaires pour utilisation en soins intensifs

This document applies to the basic safety and essential performance of a ventilator in combination with its accessories, hereafter referred to as ME equipment.


Medical electrical equipment — Part 2-84: Particular requirements for basic safety and essential per

This document applies to the basic safety and essential performance of an EMS ventilator in combination with its accessories, hereafter also referred to as ME equipment.


Crash Protection – Part 1 – Rear Underrun Protection of Motor Vehicles and their Trailers

This Standard specifies technical requirements which motor vehicles and their trailers must satisfy related to their rear underrun protective device so as to provide effective protection against under-running in the event of rear collision with vehicles of categories 1 and 4( ) .


Extended application of results from fire resistance tests –

This document provides guidance, and where appropriate defines procedures, for variations of products and element construction parameters related to the design of internal and external non-loadbearing walls made of clay units, calcium silicate units, aggregate concrete units, autoclaved aerated concrete units and gypsum blocks with different types of mortar that have been tested in accordance with EN 1364-1. Manufactured stone masonry units according to EN 771-5 are not covered.


Design, preparation and application of external rendering

plastering systems and application of plastering systems. The different parts of the EN 13914 series of standards specify requirements and recommendations for detailing, design and material considerations, the selection of mixes and the application of gypsum plasters, gypsum/lime plasters, lightweight plasters, lime/gypsum-, cement- and cement/lime-based plasters, lime-based plasters, clay plasters, silicate plasters, organic plasters, polymer-modified plasters, etc. This standard does not deal with the following: — external finishes; — painting and/or preparation; — impregnations; — structural repair of concrete; — prefabricated fibre-reinforced plaster elements. Owing to the many and varied materials and practices and different climatic conditions in Europe it is not possible for certain aspects of the standard to enter into sufficient detail to be fully usable to practitioners in each country. Such guidance to complement, but not alter, any basic European recommendations is


Gypsum binders and gypsum plasters - Part 2: Test methods

This European Standard describes the reference test methods for all gypsum binders and gypsum plasters covered by EN 13279-1.


Shell Boilers - Part 6: Requirements for equipment for the boiler

This part of this European Standard specifies the minimum requirements for safety related equipment for shell boilers as defined in EN 12953-1, to ensure the boiler operates within the allowable limits (pressure, temperature, etc.) and if the limits are exceeded the energy supply shall be interrupted and locked out without manual (human) intervention at the boiler. NOTE 1 The maximum time of operation without manual (human) intervention should be defined for each boiler system. NOTE 2 Annex C (informative) gives recommendations of operation and testing of the boiler system with a maximum time of operation without manual (human) intervention of 72 hours.


Shell boilers - Part 7: Requirements for firing systems for liquid

This Part of this European Standard specifies requirements for firing systems for oil and gaseous fuels applicable to shell boilers, as defined in EN 12953-1, irrespective of the degree of supervision. For multifuel firing systems using separate or combined burners, these requirements apply to the oil and/or gas firing part involved. This Part of this European Standard specifies the improved safety measures required when several fuels are burnt simultaneously.


Shell boilers - Part 8: Requirements for safeguards against

This Part of this European Standard specifies the requirements for safeguards against excessive pressure in shell boilers as defined in EN 12953-1.


Medical face masks - Requirements and test methods

This document specifies construction, design, performance requirements and test methods for medical face masks intended to limit the transmission of infective agents from staff to patients during surgical procedures and other medical settings with similar requirements. A medical face mask with an appropriate microbial barrier can also be effective in reducing the emission of infective agents from the nose and mouth of an asymptomatic carrier or a patient with clinical symptoms. This European Standard is not applicable to masks intended exclusively for the personal protection of staff. NOTE 1 Standards for masks for use as respiratory personal protective equipment are available. NOTE 2 Annex A provides information for the users of medical face masks.


Respiratory protective devices - Filtering half masks to protect

This European Standard specifies minimum requirements for filtering half masks as respiratory protective devices to protect against particles except for escape purposes. Laboratory and practical performance tests are included for the assessment of compliance with the requirements.


Protective clothing - Performance requirements and tests methods

This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for re-usable and limited use protective clothing providing protection against infective agents. Clothing worn by surgical teams or drapes laid on patients to prevent cross-contamination during surgical interventions are not covered by the scope of this standard.


Protective clothing against liquid chemicals - performance

This document specifies the minimum requirements for the following types of limited use and reusable chemical protective clothing:  Full-body protective clothing with liquid-tight connections between different parts of the clothing (Type 3: liquid-tight clothing) and, if applicable, with liquid-tight connections to component parts, such as hoods, gloves, boots, visors or respiratory protective equipment, which may be specified in other European Standards. Examples of such clothing are one-piece coveralls or two-piece suits, with or without hood or visors, with or without boot-socks or over-boots, with or without gloves;  Full-body protective clothing with spray-tight connections between different parts of the clothing (Type 4: spray-tight clothing) and, if applicable, spray-tight connections to component parts, such as hoods, gloves, boots, visors or respiratory protective equipment, which may be specified in other European Standards. Examples of such clothing are one-piec


Protective clothing — General requirements

This International Standard specifies general performance requirements for ergonomics, innocuousness, size designation, ageing, compatibility and marking of protective clothing and the information to be supplied by the manufacturer with the protective clothing. This International Standard is only intended to be used in combination with other standards containing requirements for specific protective performance and not on a stand-alone basis.


Surgical clothing and drapes - Requirements and test methods - Part 1: Surgical drapes and gowns

This document specifies information to be supplied to users and third party verifiers in addition to the usual labelling of medical devices (see EN 1041 and EN ISO 15223-1), concerning manufacturing and processing requirements. This document gives information on the characteristics of single-use and reusable surgical gowns and surgical drapes used as medical devices for patients, clinical staff and equipment, intended to prevent the transmission of infective agents between clinical staff and patients during surgical and other invasive procedures. This document specifies test methods for evaluating the identified characteristics of surgical drapes and gowns and sets performance requirements for these products. This document does not cover requirements for resistance to penetration by laser radiation of products. Suitable test methods for resistance to penetration by laser radiation, together with an appropriate classification system, are given in EN ISO 11810. This document does not c


Surgical clothing and drapes - Requirements and test methods - Part 2: Clean air suits

This document specifies information to be supplied to users and third party verifiers in addition to the usual labelling of medical devices (see EN 1041 and EN ISO 15223-1), concerning manufacturing and processing requirements. This document gives information on the characteristics of single-use and reusable clean air suits used as medical devices for clinical staff, intended to prevent the transmission of infective agents between clinical staff and patients during surgical and other invasive procedures. This document specifies test methods for evaluating the identified characteristics of clean air suits and sets performance requirements for these products.


Medical gloves for single use- Part 1: Requirements and testing for freedom from holes

This document specifies requirements and gives the test method for medical gloves for single use in order to determine freedom from holes.


Medical gloves for single use – Part3: Requirements and testing for biological evaluation

This part of EN 455 specifies requirements for the evaluation of biological safety for medical gloves for single use. It gives requirements for labelling and the disclosure of information relevant to the test methods used.


Biological evaluation of medical devices Part 1: Evaluation and

This document specifies: — the general principles governing the biological evaluation of medical devices within a risk management process; — the general categorization of medical devices based on the nature and duration of their contact with the body; — the evaluation of existing relevant data from all sources; — the identification of gaps in the available data set on the basis of a risk analysis; — the identification of additional data sets necessary to analyse the biological safety of the medical device; — the assessment of the biological safety of the medical device. This document applies to evaluation of materials and medical devices that are expected to have direct or indirect contact with: — the patient's body during intended use; — the user’s body, if the medical device is intended for protection (e.g., surgical gloves, masks and others). This document is applicable to biological evaluation of all types of medical devices including active, non-active, implantable


Cranes -- Design principles for loads and load combinations -- Part

his part of ISO 8686 applies the general design principles set forth in ISO 8686-1 to jib cranes, i.e. jib-type cranes other than those offshore, tower, mobile, railway, gantry and overhead cranes covered in other parts of ISO 8686, as defined in ISO 4306-1, and presents loads and load combinations appropriate for use in proof-of-competence calculations for the steel structures of jib cranes.


Cranes -- Design principles for loads and load combinations -- Part 5: Overhead travelling and porta

This document establishes the application of ISO 8686-1 to overhead travelling and portal bridge cranes as defined in ISO 4306-1 and gives specific values for the factors to be used.


Cranes -- Measurement of wheel alignment

This International Standard establishes requirements for methods of measuring the alignment of crane wheels in accordance with ISO 4310, ISO 9373 and ISO 12488-1. The procedures given are based on the use of optical methods for measurement, however this International Standard permits the use of other methods which ensure at least an equivalent accuracy of measurements. This International Standard applies to measurements on four-wheel cranes which move on rails (except railway cranes). NOTE — Procedures for measurements on cranes with more than four wheels are intended for the next edition of this International Standard.


Cranes -- Monitoring for crane design working period

This International Standard specifies a method for monitoring, during long-term operation, the actual duty of the crane, and a means of comparing this to the original design duty which was specified through classification. The related design standard is ISO 4301-1. Approaching the design life limit means an increased probability of hazards. Monitoring of crane use — as described herein — provides a tool for predicting the approach of the design limits and for focusing special inspections on the critical areas of a crane. This International Standard is intended to be used for adjusting/modifying the inspections defined in ISO 9927-1. It is applicable to cranes with a permanent construction throughout the life of the crane. It is not applicable to mobile or tower cranes, except permanently installed tower cranes. NOTE The method specified in this International Standard can be adapted to standards or rules other than ISO 4301-1 which specify classifications.


Mobile cranes -- Experimental determination of crane performance -- Part 1: Tipping loads and radii

This part of ISO 11662 specifies a test method to determine the maximum capacity of a mobile crane to counterbalance loads applied on its hook block. The test is applicable for cranes whose capacity to support loads is based on its static resistance to overturning. The test shall not be used on cranes whose capacity is based on structural strength or on limitations due to available load hoist, jib hoist or jib telescope capa bility. This part of ISO 11662 applies to all mobile cranes as defined in ISO 4306-2.


Plastics — Homopolymer and copolymer resins of vinyl

1.1 This part of ISO 1060 establishes a system of designation for vinyl chloride thermoplastic resins, which may be used as the basis for specifications. 1.2 The types of vinyl chloride plastics are differentiated from each other by a classification system based on appropriate levels of the designatory properties: a) reduced viscosity b) apparent density c) retention on a 63 mm mesh sieve d) plasticizer absorption at room temperature (for general-purpose resins and filler resins only) e) the viscosity and the type of rheological behaviour of a standard paste (for paste resins only) and on information about basic polymer parameters, polymerization processes and intended applications. 1.3 This part of ISO 1060 is applicable to resins in powder form which consist of homopolymers of the monomer vinyl chloride and copolymers, terpolymers, etc., of vinyl chloride with one or more other monomers, but where vinyl chloride is the main constituent. The resins may contain small amounts of non-polymerized substances (e.g. emulsifying or suspending agents, catalyst residues, etc.) and other substances added during the course of polymerization. 1.4 It is not intended to imply that materials having the same designation give necessarily the same performance. This part of ISO 1060 does not provide engineering data, performance data or data on processing conditions which may be required to specify a material for a particular application and/or method of processing. If such additional properties are required, they shall be determined in accordance with the test methods specified in part 2 of this International Standard, if suitable. 1.5 In order to specify a resin for a particular application or to ensure reproducible processing, additional requirements may be given in data block 5 (see clause 3, introductory paragraph).


Plastics — Homopolymer and copolymer resins of vinyl

This part of ISO 1060 specified the methods of preparation of test samples and the test methods to be used in determining the properties of PVC resins. Requirements for handling test material and for conditioning the material before testing are given here. In addition, properties and test methods which are suitable and necessary to characterize PVC resins are listed. In order to obtain reproducible and comparable test results, it is necessary to use the methods of sample preparation and conditioning and the test procedures specified herein. Values determined will not necessarily be identical to those obtained using different test samples, or test samples prepared using different procedures.


Plastics - Unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U) moulding

1.1 This part of ISO 1163 establishes a System of designation for unplasticized PVC thermoplastic material which may be used as the basis for specifications. 1.2 The types of PVC-U plastics are differentiated from each other by a classification System based on appropriate مevels of the designatory properties a) Vicat softening temperature b) impact strength (Charpy notched) c) modulus of elasticity and on information about basic polymer Parameters, intended application and/or method of processing, important properties, additives, colorants, fillers and reinforcing materials. 1.3 This part of ISO 1163 is applicable to all unplasticized compositions of homopolymers and copolymers that contain at least 50 % (m/m) of Vinyl chloride. lt is also applicable to compositions containing chlorinated poly(vinyl chloride) and to compositions containing blends of one or more of the above-mentioned polymers, provided that the total amount of these polymers represents at least 50 % (m/m) of the polymer content of the composition. lt applies to materials ready for normal use in the form of powder, granules or pellets and to materials unmodified or modified by colorants, additives, fillers, etc. This part of ISO 1163 does not apply to cellular plastics. 1.4 lt is not intended to imply that materials having the Same designation give necessarily the Same performante. This part of ISO 1163 does not provide engineering data, Performance data or data on processing conditions which may be required to specify a material for a particular application and/or method or processing. If such additional properties are required, they may be determined in accordance with the test methods specified in part 2 of this International Standard, if suitable. 1.5 In Order to specify a thermoplastic material for a particular application or to ensure reproducible processing, additional requirements may be given in data block 5 (see clause 3, introductory Paragraph).


Plastics — Unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U)

This part of ISO 1163 specifies procedures and conditions for the preparation of test specimens of PVC-U materials in a specified state, and methods for measuring their properties. Any property listed in this part and referred to in combination with part 1 shall be determined by the method referred to in this part. No figures are quoted for these properties. Those required for the designation of PVC - U thermoplastics are given in part 1 of this International Standard. All properties shall be determined by the appropriate methods referred to in this part of ISO 1163 and values obtained shall be presented as laid down in ISO 10350. The values determined in accordance with this part of ISO 1163 Will not necessarily be identical to those obtained using specimens of different dimensions and/or prepared by different procedures. The values obtained for the properties of a moulding depend on the moulding compound, the shape, the test method and the state of anisotropy. The last-mentioned depends on the gating of the mould and the moulding conditions, for example temperature, pressure and injection rate. Any subsequent treatment must also be considered, for example conditioning or annealing. The thermal history and the interna1 stresses of the specimens may strongly influence the, thermal and mechanical properties and the resistance to environmental stress cracking, but exert less effect on the electrical properties, which depend mainly on the chemical composition of the moulding compound. In order to obtain reproducible test results, the following two conditions shall be met: - use test specimens with the specified dimensions and conditioning; - use test procedures as specified in this part of ISO 1163.


Plastics - Plasticized poly(viny1 chloride) (PVC-P) moulding

1.1 This part of I S 0 2898 establishes a system of designation for plasticized thermoplastic material which may be used as the basis for specifications. 1.2 The types of PVC-P plastics are differentiated from each other by a classification system based on appropriate levels of the designatory properties a) Shore hardness b) density c) and on information about physical form, intended application and/or method of processing, important properties, additives and colorants. torsional-stiffness temperature at 300 MPa 1.3 This part of I S 0 2898 is applicable to all plasticized compositions of homopolymers and copolymers that contain at least 50 Yo (m/m) of vinyl chloride. It is also applicable to plasticized compositions containing chlorinated poly(viny1 chloride) and to plasticized compositions containing blends of one or more of the above-mentioned polymers, provided that the total amount of these polymers represents at least 50 % (m/m) of the polymer content of the composition. This part of I S 0 2898 applies to materials ready for normal use in the form of powder (dry blends), granules or pellets, unmodified or modified by colorants, additives, fillers, etc. This part of I S 0 2898 does not apply IO cellular plastics or to paste compositions (plastisols). 1.4 It is not intended to imply that materials having the same designation give necessarily the same performance. This part of I S 0 2898 does not provide engineering data, performance data or data on processing conditions which may be required to specify a material for a particular application and/or method of processing. If such additional properties are required, they shall be determined in accordance with the test methods specified in part 2 of this International Standard, if suitable. 1.5 In order to specify a thermoplastic material for a particular application or to ensure reproducible processing, additional requirements may be given in data block 5 (see clause 3, first paragraph).


Plastics — Plasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-P) moulding

This part of ISO 2898 specifies the methods of preparation of test specimens and the test methods to be used in determining the properties of PVC-P moulding and extrusion materials. Requirements for handling test material and for conditioning both the test material before moulding and the specimens before testing are given. Procedures and conditions for the preparation of test specimens and procedures for measuring properties of the materials from which these specimens are made are given. Properties and test methods which are suitable and necessary to characterize PVC-P moulding and extrusion materials are listed. The properties have been selected from the general test methods in ISO 10350-1. Other test methods in wide use for, or of particular significance to, these moulding and extrusion materials are also included in this part of ISO 2898, as are the designatory properties specified in ISO 2898-1. In order to obtain reproducible and comparable test results, it is necessary to use the methods of preparation and conditioning, the specimen dimensions and the test procedures specified herein. Values determined will not necessarily be identical to those obtained using specimens of different dimensions or prepared using different procedures.


Structures artificielles d'escalade - Partie 2 : Exigences de sécurité et méthodes d'essai relatives

This European Standard specifies the safety requirements and calculation methods for bouldering walls, including the safety zone. This European Standard is applicable when the bouldering is in normal use. This European Standard is not applicable to ice climbing, dry tooling, playground equipment and deep water soloing.


Artificial climbing structures - Part 3: Safety requirements and test methods for climbing holds

This European Standard specifies the safety requirements and test methods for climbing holds. This European Standard is applicable to climbing holds, which are used for the natural progression of the climber, i.e. without the use of artificial means (e.g. ice axes, crampons, hooks, nuts) on artificial climbing structures (ACS) and bouldering walls. Climbing holds are designed to be mounted on the ACS with bolts, screws, etc. Climbing holds include large volumes or features that are designed for use without additional climbing holds being attached to them. The main fixation points for climbing holds forms part of the existing layout of the ACS and are considered in EN 12572-1 and EN 12572-2. This European Standard is not applicable to ice climbing, dry tooling and playground equipment.


Playing field equipment - Lightweight goals - Functional, safety requirements and test methods

This European Standard specifies the functional and safety requirements and test methods for lightweight goals, which are classified in Clause 4. This standard is not applicable to goals: a) according to EN 748 (football); b) EN 749 (handball); c) EN 750 (hockey); d) EN 1270 (basketball); e) EN 15312 (free access multi-sports); f) EN 13451-4 (water polo); g) prEN 16579 (portable and fixed goals); h) inflatable goals; i) goals which are classified as toys under the responsibility of technical committees CEN/TC 52 "Safety of toys"; j) goals which are intended to move in use (e.g. rink hockey and roller hockey). It is applicable to playing field goals used for training or recreational play, indoor and outdoor including educational and public establishments and recreational areas.


Playing field equipment - Volleyball equipment - Functional and safety requirements, test methods

This European Standard specifies the functional requirements (see Clause 3) and the safety requirements (see Clause 4) for volleyball equipment. This European Standard is applicable to 2 types and 5 classes of volleyball equipment (see 3.2) which are used indoors and outdoors. This European Standard is not applicable to beach volleyball. This European Standard does not cover umpire stand (for the 1st official referee).


Playing field equipment - Basketball equipment - Functional and

This European Standard specifies functional requirements (see Clause 3) and safety requirements (see Clause 4) For basketball equipment. This European Standard is applicable to 8 types of basketball equipment within the classes A to E (see 3.1). This European Standard is not applicable to home basketball equipment, which is considered to be covered by EN 71-1, and to ball throwing equipment. NOTE The intended use of ball throwing equipment is for the purpose of practising attempts to propel the basketball into the basket.


Free access multi-sports equipment - Requirements, including

This European Standard is applicable to free access multi-sports equipment and combinations intended for permanent installation (not temporary), which includes, but not exclusively, equipment for sports such as badminton, basketball, football, handball, hockey, table tennis, tennis, volleyball. This European Standard specifies requirements, including safety, for the equipment itself as well as for its installation, inspection and maintenance. This European Standard is applicable to multi-sports equipment intended for individual and collective public use primarily by children and teenagers. This type of equipment is not intended for use by very young children, e.g. less than 36 months. This European Standard is not applicable to playground equipment as defined in EN 1176-1, free access facilities used for roller sports equipment (see EN 14974), fitness trails, artificial climbing structures (see !EN 12572-1, EN 12572-2 and EN 12572-3"). This European Standard does not deal with beach equipment, the ground surfaces the local environment and any feature outside the multi-sports equipment. This European Standard does not include any specific requirements other than for access and egress for disabled users.


Child Use and Care Articles - Wheeled Child Conveyances -

This European Standard specifies the safety requirements and test methods for pushchairs and prams, designed for the carriage of one or more children, up to 15 kg each and up to 20 kg for any integrated platform on which a child can stand. This European Standard does not cover toys, baby carriers fitted with wheels; pushchairs and prams propelled by a motor and pushchairs and prams designed for children with special needs. Where a pushchair or pram or any part of the pushchair or pram has several functions or can be converted into another function it is due to comply with relevant standard(s).


Child Care Articles - Wheeled Child Conveyances - Part 2:

This European Standard specifies the additional safety requirements and test methods for pushchairs, designed for the carriage of one or more children, above15 kg and up to 22 kg each. This European Standard applies in conjunction with and in addition to the European standard EN 1888-1 and it cannot be used separately.


Child Use and Care Articles - Reclined Cradles

This standard specifies safety requirements and the corresponding test methods for fixed or folding reclined cradles intended for children up to a weight of 9 kg or who are unable to sit up unaided. This standard applies also to car seats complying with ECE 44 that can be used as reclined cradles according to manufacturer’s instructions. This standard does not apply to reclined cradles when used as swings. If a reclined cradle has several functions or can be converted into another function the relevant European standards apply to it (see Annex B).


Cold rolled narrow steel strip for heat treatment - Technical

- This part of EN 10132 applies to non-alloy and alloy cold rolled narrow steel strip for case hardening with thicknesses up to 10 mm for general applications. - This EN 10132-2 is complemented by EN 10132-1.


Cold rolled narrow steel strip for heat treatment - Technical

- This part of EN 10132 applies to non-alloy and alloy cold rolled narrow steel strip in thicknesses up to 6 mm for quenching and tempering, and in the quenched and tempered condition with thicknesses between 0,30 mm and 3,00 mm for general and for specific applications. - This EN 10132-3 is complemented by EN 10132-1.


Cold rolled narrow steel strip for heat treatment – Technical

1.1 This part of EN 10132 applies to - non-alloy and alloy cold rolled narrow steel strip thicknesses up to 6 mm, - non-alloy and alloy cold rolled narrow steel strip in the quenched and tempered condition in thicknesses between 0,30 mm and 3,00 mm for springs and for other special applications. 1.2 This EN 10132-4 is complemented by EN 10132-1.


Electrically propelled road vehicles — Connection to an external

This International Standard specifies electric safety requirements for conductive connections of electrically propelled road vehicles to an external electric power supply using a plug or vehicle inlet. It applies to electrically propelled road vehicles with voltage class B electric circuits. In general, it may apply to motorcycles and mopeds if no dedicated standards for these vehicles exist. It applies only to vehicle power supply circuits. It applies also to dedicated power supply control functions used for the connection of the vehicle to an external electric power supply. It does not provide requirements regarding the connection to a non-isolated d.c. charging station. It does not provide comprehensive safety information for manufacturing, maintenance, and repair personnel. The requirements when the vehicle is not connected to the external electric power supply are specified in ISO 6469-3. NOTE 1 This International Standard does not contain requirements for vehicle power supply circuits using protection by class II or double/reinforced insulation but it is not the intention to exclude such vehicle applications.


Electrically propelled road vehicles — Test specification for lithium-ion traction battery packs and

This document specifies test procedures for the basic characteristics of performance, reliability and electrical functionality for the battery packs and systems for either high-power or high-energy application. Unless otherwise stated, the test applies to both applications. NOTE 1 Typical applications for high-power battery packs and systems are hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and some type of fuel cell vehicles (FCVs). NOTE 2 Typical applications for high-energy battery packs and systems are battery electric vehicles (BEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and some type of fuel cell vehicles (FCVs). NOTE 3 Testing on cell level is specified in IEC 62660 series.


Véhicules routiers — Degrés de protection (codes IP) —

This International Standard applies to degrees of protection (IP code) provided by enclosures of the electrical equipment of road vehicles. It specifies the following: a) Designations and definitions of types and degrees of protection provided by enclosures of electrical equipment (IP codes) for the: — protection of electrical equipment within the enclosure against ingress of foreign objects, including dust (protection against foreign objects); — protection of persons against access to hazardous parts inside the enclosure (protection against access); — protection of electrical equipment inside the enclosure against effects due to ingress of water (protection against water). b) Requirements for each degree of protection. c) Tests to be carried out in order to confirm that the enclosure complies with requirements of the relevant degree of protection.


Heating Systems in buildings - Design and installation of direct

This document specifies the design criteria for electrical heating systems in individual and collective residential buildings, the commercial and industrial building sector. This doucment covers fixed electrical heaters which emit heat directly into space by use of electricity only. The following systems are included: — electric instantaneous heating systems: — natural or fan convector heaters; — radiant panels; — radiators / resistance heaters; — ceiling heating; — infra-red and quartz linear heaters; — thin slab floor heating; — wall heating. — electric non-instantaneous heating systems: — full slab floor heating; — room storage heaters; — room storage fan heaters. This document does not cover radiant electric fires, movable heaters or electric heating systems that require a transfer medium outside of the appliance to deliver heat into the space. Examples of such systems include: — air conditioning or cooling systems; — unitary heat pumps; — window, through the wall and split system; — warm air distribution systems; — central storage serving hot water radiator or warm air systems; — hot water production, either storage or direct; — any individual appliance serving more than one room. Requirements for installation, commissioning, and operation maintenance and use of direct electrical heating systems are excluded from this document. This document does not overwrite national regulations. This document does not override or add to requirements in appliance standards.


Heating systems in buildings - Design for water-based heating systems

This European Standard specifies design criteria for water based heating systems in buildings with a maximum operating temperature of up to 105 °C. In case of heating systems with maximum operating temperatures over 105 °C other safety aspects than those described in 4.6 may apply. The other clauses of this European Standard are still valid for those systems. This European Standard does not amend product standards or product installation requirements. This standard covers the design of: — heat supply systems; — heat distribution systems; — heat emission systems; — control systems. This European Standard takes into account heating requirements of attached systems (e.g. domestic hot water, process heat, air conditioning, ventilation) in the design of a heat supply, but does not cover the design of these systems. This European Standard does not cover requirements for installation or commissioning or instructions for operation, maintenance and use of water based heating systems. This European Standard does not cover the design of fuel and energy supply systems.


Refrigerating systems and heat pumps - Safety switching devices

1.1 This European standard establishes the requirements and tests applied to safety switching devices for limiting the pressure – here after called devices – to ensure that the maximum or minimum pressure, which is caused by a pressure generator in refrigerating systems and/or heat pumps, is maintained within the limits of the refrigerating system and/or heat pump. These devices are of special construction equipped with mechanically operated output contacts. NOTE: Devices may be wired directly into the control circuit of the compressor or may be connected through a relay or microprocessor/computer. Transducers/analogue devices are not covered by this standard. If more stringent specifications for special applications are necessary, these should be agreed between the customer and the manufacturer of the devices. 1.2 Different safety and control functions can be combined in one device. 1.3 This standard does not apply to devices used for control purposes.