This document covers the different types of weaving and knitting machines defined in ISO 5247 (all parts)[2] and ISO 7839[3], respectively.
It is applicable to:
full-width weaving machines with weft insertion by:
shuttles;
rigid, telescopic or flexible rapiers;
projectiles;
hydraulic (waterjet) or by pneumatic (airjet) nozzle;
narrow fabric weaving machines with weft insertion by shuttles or needles;
jacquard machines;
knitting machinery including:
circular knitting;
flat bed knitting;
warp knitting;
raschel;
cotton (flat weft weaving);
other fabric manufacturing machines e.g.:
multi-phase weaving machines;
circular weaving machines;
stitch bonding machines.
NOTE Because of the high requirements on measurement conditions, grade 1 methods are normally not feasible for textile machinery.

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This document specifies the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events, common to self-propelled road-rail machines - henceforward referred to as machines - and associated equipment, arising due to the adaptation for their use on railway networks and urban rail networks. These machines are intended for construction, maintenance and inspection of the railway infrastructure, shunting and emergency rescue vehicles, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer; see Clause 4.
This document deals with the common hazards during assembly and installation, commissioning, travelling on and off track, use including setting, programming, and process changeover, operation, cleaning, fault finding, maintenance and de-commissioning of the machines.
NOTE   Specific measures for exceptional circumstances are not dealt with in this document. They can be subject to negotiation between manufacturer and the machine operator.
The common hazards dealt with include the general hazards presented by the machines, also the hazards presented by the following specific machine functions:
a)   excavation;
b)   ballast tamping, ballast cleaning, ballast regulating, ballast consolidating;
c)   track construction, renewal, maintenance and repair;
d)   lifting;
e)   overhead contact line system renewal / maintenance;
f)   maintenance of the components of the infrastructure;
g)   inspection and measurement of the components of the infrastructure;
h)   working in tunnels;
i)   shunting;
j)   vegetation control;
k)   emergency rescue and recovery;
during commissioning, use, maintenance and servicing.
For a road-rail machine it is assumed that an EU road permissible host vehicle will offer an accepted safety level for its designed basic functions before conversion. Unless explicitly stated otherwise in a particular clause this specific aspect is not dealt with in this document.
This document does not deal with:
1)   requirements with regard to the quality of work and the performance of the machine;
2)   machines that utilize the contact line system for traction purposes;
3)   specific requirements established by a railway Infrastructure Manager or Urban Rail Manager;
4)   negotiations between the manufacturer and the machine operator for additional or alternative requirements;
5)   requirements for use and travel of the machine on public highway;
6)   hazards due to air pressure caused by the passing of high-speed trains at more than 190 km/h;
7)   requirements which could be necessary in case of use in extreme conditions, such as extreme ambient temperatures (tropical or polar); see 5.30;
8)   highly corrosive or contaminating environment, e.g. due to the presence of chemicals;
9)   potentially explosive atmospheres.
Other special machines used on railway tracks are dealt with in other European Standards, see Annex E.

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This European Standard is applicable to entertainment audio ear-muffs. It specifies requirements on construction, design, performance, marking and user information relating to the inclusion of the entertainment audio facility.

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This European Standard is applicable to entertainment audio earplugs. It specifies requirements on construction, design, performance, marking and user information relating to the inclusion of the entertainment audio facility.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for design, calculation, examinations and tests of hydraulic powered loader cranes and their mountings on vehicles or static foundations.
This document applies to loader cranes designed to be installed on:
-   road vehicles, including trailers, with load carrying capability;
-   tractors (road or agricultural), where only a towed trailer has capability to carry goods;
-   demountable bodies to be carried by any of the above;
-   other types of carriers (e.g. separate loaders, crawlers, rail vehicles, non-seagoing vessels);
-   static foundations.
This document also applies to loader cranes equipped with special tools or interchangeable equipment (e.g. grapple, clamshell bucket, pallet clamp, etc.), as specified in the operator’s manual.
This document does not apply to loader cranes used on board sea going vessels or to articulated boom system cranes which are designed as total integral parts of special equipment such as forwarders.
The hazards covered by this document are identified in Clause 4.
This document does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.
NOTE   The use of cranes for lifting of persons can be subject to specific national regulations.
This document is not applicable to loader cranes manufactured before the publication of this document. For loader cranes designed before the publication of this document, the provisions concerning stress calculations in the version of EN 12999 that was valid at the time of their design, are still applicable.

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This document specifies the requirements and test procedures for 360° visibility of self-propelled industrial order-picking, lateral- and front-stacking trucks with elevating operator position in accordance with ISO 5053-1 (herein after referred to as trucks), without a load and it is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 16842-1.
The visibility of trucks driving in very narrow aisles and/or driving with elevated operator (above 500 mm) is not within the scope of this standard.
Where specific requirements in this part are modified from the general requirements in EN 16842-1, the requirements of this part are truck specific and to be used for self-propelled industrial order-picking, lateral- and front-stacking trucks with elevating operator position.
This part of EN 16842 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to the visibility of the operator for applicable machines when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.

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This standard provides a comprehensive set of procedures for verifying the correct implementation of each capability claimed on a BACnet PICS including:
(a) support of each claimed BACnet service, either as an initiator, executor, or both,
(b) support of each claimed BACnet object-type, including both required properties and each claimed optional property,
(c) support of the BACnet network layer protocol,
(d) support of each claimed data link option, and
(e) support of all claimed special functionality.

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This TS will focus on the principal aspects of urban ITS where vendor lock-in is a technical and financial problem: primarily centre-tofield communications and traffic management systems. It will cover the following scope:
- Analysis of vendor lock-in challenges, and mitigation and migration options
- Technical options for interworking multiple vendors' products
- Review of principal approaches taken to date to implement these options in comunity frameworks and specifications
- Translation between frameworks/products
- Technical and management protocols to achieve interworking, using product/interface adaptation, translation products, replacement/reengineering, and other migration strategies

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This document specifies acceptance and periodic reverification tests of CMM performance with contacting probing systems and is only applicable to CMMs using:
— any type of contacting probing system; and
— spherical or hemispherical stylus tip(s).
NOTE CMM probing performance tests are specified by the maximum permissible errors (MPEs), due to the impracticality of isolating the performance of the probing system from that of the CMM, even on a small artefact such as a test sphere.
This document applies to CMMs supplied with any of the following:
a) single-stylus probing systems;
b) multi-stylus probing systems with fixed multiple styli attached to a single probe (e.g. "star" stylus);
c) multiple probing systems such as those with a stylus for each of their probes;
d) systems with articulating probing systems;
e) stylus and probe changing systems;
f) manual (non-driven) and automated CMMs;
g) installations including a scanning probe, capable of being used in a scanning mode.
This document is not applicable to non-contacting probing systems, which require different testing procedures.
The term ?combined CMM and multi-stylus probing system size error' has been shortened to ?multi-stylus size error' for convenience. This applies in similar cases.
If it is desirable to isolate the probing system performance as far as is practical, the influence of the CMM can be minimized but not eliminated. See Annex C for more information.

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This document provides the specification for the Additive Manufacturing File Format (AMF), an interchange format to address the current and future needs of additive manufacturing technology.
This document specifies the requirements for the preparation, display and transmission for the AMF. When prepared in a structured electronic format, strict adherence to an extensible markup language (XML)[1] schema supports standards-compliant interoperability.
NOTE A W3C XML schema definition (XSD) for the AMF is available from ISO from http://standards.iso.org/iso/52915 and from ASTM from www.astm.org/MEETINGS/images/amf.xsd. An implementation guide for such an XML schema is provided in Annex A.
It is recognized that there is additional information relevant to the final part that is not covered by the current version of this document. Suggested future features are listed in Annex B.
This document does not specify any explicit mechanisms for ensuring data integrity, electronic signatures and encryptions.

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This document specifies the information exchanges between various parties' infrastructures that take place in support of DPM applications. It complements standards that address the design, security, applications and readability of Digital Postage Marks.
The following items will be addressed by this document:
-   identification of parties participating in exchanges of information described by this document;
-   identification of functions (interactions, use cases);
-   definition of parties’ responsibilities in the context of above functions;
-   definition of messages between parties: message meaning and definition of communication protocols to support each function;
-   definition of significant content (payload) for each message;
-   security mechanisms providing required security services, such as authentication, privacy, integrity and non-repudiation.
This document does not address:
-   design of DPM supporting infrastructure for applications internal to providers and carriers;
-   design of DPM devices and applications for applications internal to end-users.
NOTE   Although there are other communications between various parties involved in postal communications, this document covers only DPM-related aspects of such communications.

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ISO 8637-1:2017 specifies requirements for haemodialysers, haemodiafilters, haemofilters and haemoconcentrators, hereinafter collectively referred to as "the device", for use in humans.
ISO 8637-1:2017 does not apply to:
- extracorporeal blood circuits;
- plasmafilters;
- haemoperfusion devices;
- vascular access devices;
- blood pumps;
- pressure monitors for the extracorporeal blood circuit;
- air detection devices;
- systems to prepare, maintain or monitor dialysis fluid;
- systems or equipment intended to perform haemodialysis, haemodiafiltration, haemofiltration or haemoconcentration;
- reprocessing procedures and equipment.
NOTE Requirements for the extracorporeal blood circuit for haemodialysers, haemodiafilters and haemofilters are specified in ISO 8637‑2.

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This document sets out the general principles for the extended application of test results obtained on fire resisting and smoke control doorsets, e.g. the types of pedestrian and industrial doors, operable fabric curtains and openable windows listed in the Introduction above when tested in accordance with EN 1634-1 and/or EN 1634-3.
This document provides the general principles which are intended to be used in conjunction with the relevant part of EN 15269 depending upon the specific product type to be evaluated.

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This document specifies a method using microscopy to identify leather and distinguish it from other materials. The method is not applicable for identifying specific leathers (e.g. sheep leather).

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This technical specification is a profile of CEN/TS 16614 series. It focuses on information relevant to feed passenger information services and excludes operational and fares information.
NeTEx is dedicated to the exchange of scheduled data (network, timetable and fare information) based on Transmodel V6 (EN 12986) and SIRI (CEN/TS 15531-4/5 and EN 15531-1/2/3) and supports information exchange of relevance to public transport services for passenger information and AVMS systems.
As for most data exchange standards, defining subsets of data and dedicated rules for some specific use case is of great help for implementers and for the overall interoperability. This subset is usually called profile and this profile targets passenger information as only use case.

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This document specifies the characteristics and test methods for flue dampers that are used as components, carrying flue gas, in order to limit the flow in a chimney or to prevent back flow of soot during cleaning of the chimney or to prevent the backflow of the flue gas e.g. in case of multi-served chimneys.
This document covers only flue dampers incorporated in a housing and installed inside a building.
This document covers only flue dampers with sealings made of elastomeric materials for temperature classes up to T 200 and corrosion class 1 or 2 in accordance with EN 14241-1 or sealing materials for dry applications with a fire reaction class A1 in accordance with EN 13501-1.
This document covers only flue dampers with motor drive, casing and flue damper plate which are interlocked in such a way that they can only be separated by using tools.
This document covers only mechanical flue dampers where any motor is in accordance with EN 60730-2-14 and the cover for electrical components of the flue damper fulfils minimum protection class IP40 according to EN 60529.
This document covers only flue dampers which are designed and installed to ensure that incorrect information about the position of the flue damper flap are absolutely impossible, which are only installed on components that are interlocked to the casing, which are only activated by components that are interlocked to the flue damper flap and where it is ensured that the limit switch opens or the flue damper flap moves to the open position if one of these interlocks fails. This safety target may also be achieved with an equally suitable method (e.g. bracing or welding).
This document covers only flue dampers for biomass boilers ≥ 1 000 kW and industrial applications with limit switches in accordance with EN 61058-1 or EN 50156-1.
This document covers only flue dampers where it is possible to identify the position of the flue damper flap.
This document covers only totally closed, manually driven flue dampers (type 1) which have a facility to adjust the position of the flue damper flap.
This document covers only totally closed, mechanically driven flue dampers (type 2) with only the positions "fully opened" and "fully closed" and where it is not possible to fix the flap in the non-closed position during the flue damper flap stays in closed position while the appliance is not working.
NOTE   This applies only to multi-appliance installations with positive pressure conditions.
This document covers only partially closed flue dampers (type 3 to 5) where it is possible to adjust the position of the flue damper flap and where it is ensured that the flue damper flap does not change position by itself.
Flue dampers which are integral parts of system chimney products or other chimney components, e.g. flue liners, connecting flue pipes, are not covered by this document.
This document also specifies the provisions for marking, manufacturers’ instruction, product information, Assessment and Verification of Constancy of Performance (AVCP).
This document does not specify issues for electrical parts.

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This document describes laser radiation hazards arising in laser processing machines, as defined in 3.7. It also specifies the safety requirements relating to laser radiation hazards, as well as the information to be supplied by the manufacturers of such equipment (in addition to that prescribed by IEC 60825).
Requirements dealing with noise as a hazard from laser processing machines are included in ISO 11553‑3:2013.
This document is applicable to machines using laser radiation to process materials.
It is not applicable to laser products, or equipment containing such products, which are manufactured solely and expressly for the following applications:
— photolithography;
— stereolithography;
— holography;
— medical applications (per IEC 60601-2-22);
— data storage.

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This document describes the design, use and calibration of volumetric measures (capacity measures) which are intended for use in fixed locations in a laboratory or in the field. This document gives guidance on both standard and non-standard measures. It also covers portable and mobile measures. This document is applicable to the petroleum industry; however, it may be applied more widely to other applications.
This document excludes measures for cryogenic liquids and pressurized measures as used for liquid petroleum gas (LPG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Volumetric measures are classified as test measures or prover tanks depending on capacity and design.
Measures described in this document are primarily designed, calibrated and used to measure volumes from a measure which is wetted and drained for a specified time before use and designated to deliver. Many of the provisions, however, apply equally to measures which are used to measure a volume using a clean and dry measure and designated to contain.
Guidance is given regarding commonly expected uncertainties and calibration specifications.
The document also provides, in Annex A, reference formulae describing the properties of water and other fluids and materials used in volumetric measurement more generally.

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The Geography Markup Language (GML) is an XML encoding in accordance with ISO 19118 for the transport and storage of geographic information modelled in accordance with the conceptual modelling framework used in the ISO 19100 series of International Standards and including both the spatial and non-spatial properties of geographic features.
This document defines the XML Schema syntax, mechanisms and conventions that:
— provide an open, vendor-neutral framework for the description of geospatial application schemas for the transport and storage of geographic information in XML;
— allow profiles that support proper subsets of GML framework descriptive capabilities;
— support the description of geospatial application schemas for specialized domains and information communities;
— enable the creation and maintenance of linked geographic application schemas and datasets;
— support the storage and transport of application schemas and datasets;
— increase the ability of organizations to share geographic application schemas and the information they describe.
Implementers can decide to store geographic application schemas and information in GML, or they can decide to convert from some other storage format on demand and use GML only for schema and data transport.
NOTE If an ISO 19109 conformant application schema described in UML is used as the basis for the storage and transportation of geographic information, this document provides normative rules for the mapping of such an application schema to a GML application schema in XML Schema and, as such, to an XML encoding for data with a logical structure in accordance with the ISO 19109 conformant application schema.

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This document specifies the mechanical and physical properties of bolts, screws and studs, with coarse pitch thread and fine pitch thread, made of corrosion-resistant stainless steels, when tested at the ambient temperature range of 10 °C to 35 °C. It specifies property classes in relation to austenitic, martensitic, ferritic and duplex (austenitic-ferritic) steel grades for fasteners.
The term "fasteners" is used in this document when bolts, screws and studs are considered all together.
ISO 3506‑6 provides general rules and additional technical information on suitable stainless steels and their properties.
Fasteners conforming to the requirements of this document are evaluated at the ambient temperature specified in paragraph 1. It is possible that they do not retain the specified mechanical and physical properties at elevated and/or lower temperatures.
NOTE 1 Fasteners conforming to the requirements of this document are used without restriction in applications ranging from ?20 °C to +150 °C; however, fasteners conforming to this document are also used for applications outside this range down to ?196 °C and up to +300 °C. For more details, see Annex A and ISO 3506‑6.
Outside the temperature range of ?20 °C to +150 °C, it is the responsibility of the user to determine the appropriate choice for a given application in consultation with an experienced fastener metallurgist and by taking into account e.g. stainless steel composition, duration of exposure at elevated or low temperature, the effect of the temperature on the fasteners mechanical properties and clamped parts, and the corrosive service environment of the bolted joint.
NOTE 2 ISO 3506‑5 is developed in order to assist in the selection of appropriate stainless steel grades and property classes intended for use at temperatures up to +800 °C.
This document applies to bolts, screws and studs:
— with ISO metric thread in accordance with ISO 68‑1,
— with diameter/pitch combinations in accordance with ISO 261 and ISO 262,
— with coarse pitch thread M1,6 to M39, and fine pitch thread M8×1 to M39×3,
— with thread tolerances in accordance with ISO 965‑1 and ISO 965‑2,
— with specified property classes, and
— of any shape.
Stainless steel grades and property classes can be used for sizes outside the diameter limits of this document (i.e. for d < 1,6 mm or d > 39 mm), provided that all applicable chemical, mechanical and physical requirements are met.
Certain bolts, screws and studs might not fulfil the tensile or torsional requirements of this document because of the geometry of their head or unthreaded shank, thus resulting in reduced loadability (e.g. when shear area in the head is less than the stress area in the thread; see 8.2.2).
This document does not apply to set screws and similar threaded fasteners not under tensile stress (see ISO 3506‑3).
It does not specify requirements for functional properties such as:
— torque/clamp force properties,
— shear strength,
— fatigue resistance, or
— weldability.

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This document specifies the general requirements for metallic check valves, which are forged, cast or fabricated in straight, angle or oblique pattern (see EN 736‐2) with end connections flanged or wafer, butt welding, socket welding, or threaded.
This document applies to metallic check valves used for all industrial applications.
Additional requirements given in the relevant application standards may apply to check valves used for more specific applications (e.g. for the water industry, the chemical and petrochemical process industry, the gas distribution industry).
Sanitary check valves and back flow prevention anti-pollution check valves are excluded from the scope of this document.
NOTE 1   Double disc type and tilting disc type are also based on butterfly valve and are in the scope of this document.
The range of nominal sizes covered is:
-   DN 8, DN 10; DN 12, DN 15; DN 20; DN 25; DN 32; DN 40; DN 50; DN 65; DN 80; DN 100; DN 125; DN 150; DN 200; DN 250; DN 300; DN 350; DN 400; DN 450; DN 500; DN 600; DN 700; DN 750; DN 800; DN 900; DN 1 000; DN 1 200.
DN 8 and DN 12 are not used for PN designated flanged end connections.
DN 8, DN 10 and DN 12 are not used for Class designated flanged end connections.
DN 750 is used for Class designated check valves only.
Socket welding end check valves and threaded end check valves are limited to the range DN 8 to DN 65.
The range of nominal diameters for capillary and compression end valves is 6 mm to 110 mm.
The range of pressure designations covered is:
a)   for flanged end and wafer type end cast iron bodies:
-   PN 2,5; PN 6; PN 10; PN 16; PN 25;
-   Class 125; Class 250;
b)   for flanged end, wafer type and butt welding end bodies in steel materials:
-   PN 2,5; PN 6; PN 10; PN 16; PN 25; PN 40; PN 63; PN 100; PN 160; PN 250; PN 320; PN 400;
-   Class 150; Class 300; Class 600; Class 900; Class 1 500; Class 2 500;
c)   for socket welding end and threaded end bodies in steel materials:
-   PN 40; PN 63; PN 100;
-   Class 600; Class 800.
NOTE 2   Class 800 is a widely used Class designation for socket welding and threaded end check valves.
d)   for flanged end and wafer type bodies in copper alloy materials:
-   PN 2,5; PN 6; PN 10; PN 16; PN 25; PN 40;
-   Class 150; Class 300;
e)   for threaded end, capillary end and compression end bodies in copper alloy materials:
-   PN 16; PN 20; PN 25; PN 32; PN 40;
-   Class 125; Class 250.
The correspondence between DN and NPS is given for information in Annex B.

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This document specifies safety requirements and their verification for design and construction of, i.e. self-propelled, mounted, semi-mounted and trailed, wood chippers used in forestry, agriculture, horticulture and landscaping.
This document applies to chippers, used when stationary, which are manually loaded with wood through a horizontal or near horizontal infeed chute and where the infeed action is performed by the chipping components acting as infeed components or by separate integrated infeed components such as rollers or conveyors integral to the infeed chute. Wood chippers may be powered either by an external power take-off, hydraulics etc. or by an integral power source such as an internal combustion engine.
This document does not cover:
-   requirements relating to national road regulations arising from transport between work sites;
-   hazards arising from any self-propelled function;
-   hazards arising from the transmission of power from an external power source - e.g. power take-off drive shafts;
-   any machines where the infeed chute is fitted with an extension table or an integrated conveyor that is protruding beyond the outermost lower edge of the infeed chute and the Lower Protective Device of the infeed chute;
-   hazards arising from the engine pull starting of an integral power source;
-   hazards arising from mechanical loading;
-   vertical infeed chute chippers;
-   electromagnetic aspects of the chippers;
-   shredders/chippers to be covered by EN 13683;
-   any machines that are only loaded mechanically;
-   additional mechanical discharge systems for woodchips which are not part of the chipping mechanism e.g. conveyors.
For machines that can be both manually and mechanically loaded, this document is only covering the safety of the manual loading.
NOTE 1   Any additional requirements related to use with both mechanical and manual feed that could affect safe use or which are necessary to maintain the integrity of protective devices are outside the scope of this document. Such additional measures are intended to be determined by risk assessment carried out by the manufacturer.
This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to wood chippers, when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Annex A).
In addition, it specifies the type of information to be provided by the manufacturer on the safe use of these machines.
It is not applicable to environmental hazards (except noise).
NOTE 2   The noise test code described in this standard does not comply with the outdoor noise directive 2000/14/EC.
This document is not applicable to wood chippers which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This document defines new modes in a reference data model, in order to allow integration of these modes into urban multimodal travel services (e.g. trip planning systems).

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This document describes the reference method used for type testing and in case of dispute for determining the polished stone value (PSV) of a coarse aggregate used in road surfacings. For other purposes, in particular factory production control, other methods are possible provided that an appropriate working relationship with the reference method has been established. Examples of advanced test methods can be found in the Bibliography.
Annex A describes an optional method for the determination of the aggregate abrasion value (AAV).
NOTE 1   The AAV method is suitable to use when particular types of skid resistant aggregates, (typically those with a PSV of 60 or greater) which can be susceptible to abrasion under traffic, are required.
The sample is taken from normal run of production from the plant.
NOTE 2   Chippings that have been freshly crushed in the laboratory or recovered from bituminous materials may give misleading results.

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This document is intended to inform about the potential technical consequences on engine parts and fuel systems when some types of chemical compounds are used as blending components in unleaded petrol. This document is not meant to intentionally limit market fuel development.
The chemical compounds addressed, specifically, in this document are:
-   sec-butyl acetate (SBA) (CAS 105-46-4),
-   aniline (CAS 62-53-3),
-   N-methyl aniline (NMA) (CAS 100-61-8),
-   N-ethyl aniline (NEA) (CAS 103-69-5), and
-   N,N di-methyl aniline (DMA) (CAS 121-69-7).
Other chemical compounds are not addressed in this document, however, attention is drawn to EN 228, which requires that unleaded petrol be free from any adulterant or contaminant that can render the fuel unacceptable for use.
NOTE 1   This document does not address environmental and/or health related issues. These aspects are beyond the scope of CEN/TC 19 activities.
NOTE 2   For the purposes of this document, the term "% (V/V)" is used to represent the volume fraction, φ.

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This document gives guidelines to organizations for general principles, policy, strategy and activities relating to both internal and external environmental communication. It uses proven and well-established approaches for communication, adapted to the specific conditions that exist in environmental communication.
It is applicable to all organizations regardless of their size, type, location, structure, activities, products and services, and whether or not they have an environmental management system in place.
It can be used in combination with any of the ISO 14000 family of standards, or on its own.
NOTE 1 A reference table to the ISO 14000 family is provided in Annex A.
NOTE 2 ISO 14020, ISO 14021, ISO 14024, ISO 14025 and ISO 14026 provide specific environmental communication tools and guidance relating to product labels and declarations.

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1.1   General
NeTEx is dedicated to the exchange of scheduled data (network, timetable and fare information). It is based on Transmodel V5.1 (EN 12986), IFOPT (EN 28701) and SIRI (CEN/TS 15531-4/5 and EN 15531-1/2/3 ) and supports the exchange of information of relevance for passenger information about public transport services and also for running Automated Vehicle Monitoring Systems (AVMS).
NOTE   NeTEx is a refinement and an implementation of Transmodel and IFOPT; the definitions and explanations of these concepts are extracted directly from the respective standard and reused in NeTEx, sometimes with adaptations in order to fit the NeTEx context. Although the data exchanges targeted by NeTEx are predominantly oriented towards provisioning passenger information systems and AVMS with data from transit scheduling systems, it is not restricted to this purpose and NeTEx can also provide an effective solution to many other use cases for transport data exchange.
1.2   Fares scope
This Part3 of NeTEx, is specifically concerned with the exchange of fare structures and fare data, using data models that relate to the underlying network and timetable models defined in Part1 and Part2 and the Fare Collection data model defined in Transmodel V51. See the use cases below for the overall scope of Part3. In summary, it is concerned with data for the following purposes:
(i)   To describe the many various possible fare structures that arise in public transport (for example, flat fares, zonal fares, time dependent fares, distance-based fares, stage fares, pay as you go fares, season passes, etc., etc.).
(ii)   To describe the fare products that may be purchased having these fare structures and to describe the conditions that may attach to particular fares, for example if restricted to specific groups of users, or subject to temporal restrictions. These conditions may be complex.
(i)   To allow actual price data to be exchanged. Note however that NeTEx does not itself specify pricing algorithms or how fares should be calculated. This is the concern of Fare Management Systems. It may be used may be used to exchange various parameters required for pricing calculations that are needed to explain or justify a fare.
(iii)   To include the attributes and the text descriptions necessary to present fares and their conditions of sale and use to the public.
NeTEx should be regarded as being ‘upstream’ of retail systems and allows fare data to be managed and integrated with journey planning and network data in public facing information systems. It is complementary to and distinct from the ‘downstream’ ticketing and retail systems that sell fares and of the control systems that validate their use. See ‘Excluded Use Cases’ below for further information on the boundaries of NeTEx with Fare Management Systems.
1.3   Transport modes
All mass public transport modes are taken into account by NeTEx, including train, bus, coach, metro, tramway, ferry, and their submodes. It is possible to describe airports, air journeys, and air fares, but there has not been any specific consideration of any additional requirements that apply specifically to air transport.

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This document describes the reference method, the Los Angeles test, used for type testing and in case of dispute (and an alternative method, the impact test) for determining the resistance to fragmentation of coarse aggregates (main text) and aggregates for railway ballast (Annex A). For other purposes, in particular factory production control, other methods are possible provided that an appropriate working relationship with the reference method has been established.
This document applies to natural, manufactured or recycled aggregates used in building and civil engineering.
Annex A describes a method for the determination of resistance to fragmentation of aggregates for railway ballast.
Annex B gives alternative narrow range classifications for the Los Angeles test and the impact test.
Annex C contains construction, operation and safety requirements for the impact tester.
Annex D describes a method for checking of the impact tester.
Annex E gives precision data.
Annex F contains a worked example of calculation of impact value SZ.
Annex G gives an alternative narrow range classification for the Los Angeles test of 16/32 mm recycled aggregates.
Annex H proposes an additional sieve for the evaluation of the Los Angeles test for railway ballast.
Annex A is normative and Annexes B to H are informative.

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This document specifies performance requirements and test methods for the evaluation of procedures for measuring metals and metalloids in airborne particles sampled onto a suitable collection substrate.
This document specifies a method for estimating the uncertainties associated with random and systematic errors and combining them to calculate the expanded uncertainty of the measuring procedure as a whole, as prescribed in ISO 20581.
This document is applicable to measuring procedures in which sampling and analysis is carried out in separate stages, but it does not specify performance requirements for collection, transport and storage of samples, since these are addressed in EN 13205-1 and ISO 15767.
This document does not apply to procedures for measuring metals or metalloids present as inorganic gases or vapours (e.g. mercury, arsenic) or to procedures for measuring metals and metalloids in compounds that could be present as a particle/vapour mixture (e.g. arsenic trioxide).

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This European Standard gives the test methods for mobile waste and recycling containers according to EN 840-1 to EN 840-4. It also gives the levels to be reached during the tests or after they have been done.
This European Standard is applicable to mobile waste and recycling containers with capacities up to 1 700 l.

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This European Standard specifies dimensions and design requirements of mobile waste containers with 4 wheels, with flat lid(s) and capacity up to 1 300 l to be used by trunnion and/or comb lifting device.

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This European Standard provides the essential safety, health and ergonomic requirements for mobile waste and recycling containers according to EN 840-1 to EN 840-4, not including hazardous wastes containers.

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1.1   This European Standard applies to cold rolled narrow strip in coils and cut lengths in thicknesses up to 10 mm and of widths less than 600 mm, made from low carbon, unalloyed and alloyed steels in accordance with Table 1.
These products are suitable for cold forming. They are also suitable for surface coating. On the other hand, they are not suitable for hardening treatment followed by tempering.
1.2   This European Standard does not cover cold rolled flat products for which a separate standard already exists, particularly the following products:
-   cold rolled non-oriented electrical steel sheet and strip delivered in the fully processed state (EN 10106);
-   grain-oriented electrical steel sheet and strip delivered in the fully processed state (EN 10107);
-   cold rolled electrical non-alloy and alloy steel sheet and strip delivered in the semi-processed state (EN 10341);
-   cold rolled narrow steel strip for heat treatment (EN 10132 1 to −4);
-   cold rolled steel flat products with higher yield strength for cold forming (EN 10268);
-   cold rolled low carbon steel flat products for cold forming (EN 10130);
-   cold reduced blackplate in coil form for the production of tinplate or electrolytic chromium/chromium oxide coated steel (EN 10205);
-   cold rolled low carbon steel flat products for vitreous enamelling (EN 10209).

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This document will provide a background to the relevance of standards concerning mixed vendor environments in the context of urban-ITS. It will describe key mixed vendor environments interfaces.
It will define:
- Open specifications for sensor systems: existing open specifications and provides common specifications
- Open specifications for traffic control: existing open specifications and provides common specifications
- Open specifications for traffic information: existing open specifications and provides common specifications
- Open specifications for public transport information systems: existing open specifications and provides common specifications
- Open specifications for distributed C-ITS: existing open specifications and provides common specifications
- Open specifications for central systems: existing open specifications and provides common specifications
It will describe openly plied proprietary standards and extant communications protocols that can be used in mixed vendor environments in the context of urban-ITS.

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This document specifies crashworthiness requirements applicable to new designs of:
- locomotives;
- driving vehicles operating in passenger and freight trains;
- passenger rail vehicles operating in passenger trains (such as trams, metros, mainline trains).
This document identifies common methods of providing passive safety that can be adapted to suit individual vehicle requirements.
This document specifies the characteristics of reference obstacle models for use with the design collision scenarios.
This document also specifies the requirements and methods for demonstrating that the passive safety objectives have been achieved by comparison with existing proven designs, numerical simulation, component or full-size tests, or a combination of all these methods.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for access components comprising a frame and a door or doors which provide access to the flue of a chimney for the purpose of inspection or cleaning.
Access components for higher nominal working temperature than 450 °C, positive pressure and wet applications are not covered by this standard.
The document is limited to access components with door opening dimensions with a maximum width of 450 mm and a maximum height of 600 mm.
Products not freely ventilated are excluded from this document.
This document also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturers’ instruction, product information and information on the AVCP (Assessment and Verification of Constancy of Performance).
Access components already tested together with system chimney products or other chimney components, e.g. flue liners, are not covered by this document.

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This document is applicable to playground equipment, surfacing and ancillary items, eg., gates, fences, benches, bins, shades, etc.
Note 1 The scope of the inspection and inclusion of the ancillary items will vary from country to country
Note 2 Ancillary items are not included in EN 1176 and are not assessed for compliance with EN 1176.
This document establishes requirements on the installation, inspection, maintenance and operation of playground equipment and surfacing around the equipment. It is intended for use by playground operators (see definitions 3.4) to assist them in developing an inspection and maintenance regime for each playground.

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This European Standard specifies dimensions and design requirements of mobile waste and recycling containers with 4 wheels, with flat lid(s) and capacity up to 1 700 l to be used by wide trunnion or BG-lifting device and/or wide comb lifting device.

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This part of EN 71 specifies requirements for the substances and materials used in finger paints and applies to finger paints only.
Additional requirements are specified for markings, labelling and containers.

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This European Standard specifies dimensions and design requirements of mobile waste and recycling containers with 4 wheels, with dome lid(s) and capacity up to 1 300 l to be used by trunnion and/or comb lifting device.

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ISO 17178:2013 specifies test methods for adhesives for bonding parquet and similar wood floorings to a subfloor. It also specifies the minimum requirements for shear strength, tensile strength to be achieved with these adhesives.
ISO 17178:2013 does not refer to the selection and installation of parquet floorings.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for ergonomics, innocuousness, comfort/sizing, restraint, ability to limit wrist extension and attenuate impact force on the palm as well as provisions for marking and instructions supplied by the manufacturer for wrist protectors for all users of snowboard equipment.
It does not apply to protectors used in roller sports, alpine skiing, or other sports. This document does not address protection for the forearm due to axial forces caused by an impact on the fingers or fist. Moreover, this document does not address protection against palmar flexion (terminal flexion) caused by an impact on the dorsal side of the hand.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for flue gas silencers made of metal that are used as accessories in order to reduce the noise level of combustions appliances.
The standard covers silencers in the connecting flue pipes and on top of chimneys.
This standard does not cover silencers installed as chimney sections. This standard excludes active silencers.

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This European Standard specifies dimensions and design requirements of mobile waste and recycling containers with 2 wheels, with capacity up to 400 l to be used by comb lifting devices.

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This document specifies a method for the determination of the eradicant action of a surface application of a fast and a slow acting wood preservative product or a deferred acting wood preservative product on solid wood infested with larvae of Hylotrupes bajulus (Linnaeus).
This method is applicable to:
-   organic formulations, as supplied or as prepared in the laboratory by dilution of concentrates; or
-   organic water-dispersible formulations, as supplied or as prepared in the laboratory by dilution of concentrates; or
-   water-soluble products, for example, salts.
NOTE   An ageing procedure cannot be combined with this method.

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This document specifies requirements, test methods, marking and information for protective gloves and other hand protective equipment’s against thermal risks for professional use, consumer, domestic use.
This document is also applicable to arm protective equipment.
It is used for all gloves and other hand protective equipment’s which protect the hands or part of the hand against heat and/or fire in one or more of the following forms: flame, contact heat, convective heat, radiant heat, small splashes or large quantities of molten metal.
This standarddocument is only applicable in conjunction with EN ISO 21420:2020.
This document doesn’tdoes not apply to gloves for fire-fighters or welding that have their own standards.

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