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- Corrigendum6 pagesEnglish and French languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
This standard specifies general requirements, test rig and equipment, qualification, test materials, test procedure and report for determining water endurance performance of air filter elements used in air intake filtration systems for rotary machinery such as stationary gas turbines, compressors and other stationary internal combustion engines
- Standard40 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
- Draft32 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
This document specifies test methods for assessment of the moisture conditions of any kind of subfloor prior to the installation of levelling compounds and/or floor coverings or parquet floors bonded with adhesives. The methods are independent from subfloor chemical composition or materials and applicable with available equipment.
For some highly reactive cement based compositions (e.g. ternary systems) the manufacturer might recommend a specific time when the subfloor is ready to be covered.
This document describes the methods in detail and includes a protocol template for documenting the measured values.
- Standard14 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
- Draft16 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
This part of IEC 60953 establishes a Supplementary Standard (SS) for thermal verification tests of retrofitted steam turbines.
The rules given in this SS follow the guidance given in IEC 60953-0, hereinafter called the Reference Standard (RS) but contain amendments and supplements regarding guarantees and verification of the guarantees by thermal acceptance tests on retrofitted steam turbines.
General principles for the preparation, performance, evaluation, comparison with guaranteed values and the determination of the measurement uncertainties of verification tests are given in this SS.
This SS is applicable only when the retrofit involves some hardware change in the steam turbine equipment. Conversely, any modification on the cycle or any retrofit of other equipment of the power plant (e.g. boiler, feedwater heaters, etc.) is not covered by this SS.
- Standard101 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
This CWA provides guidance for the implementation of biowaste selective collection schemes.
This CWA also paves the way to increase citizen engagement, as this is crucial for the successful implementation of urban biowaste selective collection schemes.
It is intended to be used by city managers and municipal waste managers with interest in implementing the selective collection of urban biowaste to produce high quality biowaste (i.e., minimal presence of non-required fractions) which can be then used in robust valorization processes with attractive business cases.
- Standardization document19 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
IEC 60384-1-1:2022 establishes a generic template and specifies requirements to the content of detail specifications for capacitors within the IEC 60384-X series. This part of IEC 60384-1 is applicable to the drafting of detail specifications for fixed capacitors for use in electronic equipment.
- Standard24 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
- Draft19 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
D133/C027: for all CLC/TC 86BXA revisions of standards, the dow is set to dow= dor + 12 months
- Standard19 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
- Draft14 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
This document describes a rake method with a boat for removing nuisance rooting aquatic plants and for managing their growth. It also describes the requirements for this method, and sets out how work should be carried out in the field.
The rake method can be used for inland waterways with a depth of 0.6 m or more.
- Standardization document18 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
This document specifies the general characteristics, the conditions for qualification, acceptance and quality assurance, as well as the test programs and groups for threaded ring coupling circular connectors, fire resistant, intended for use in a temperature range from -65 °C to 175 °C continuous or 200 °C continuous according to the classes.
- Standard107 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
- Draft109 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
This European Standard specifies the characteristics of plain bushes in corrosion resisting steel with self lubricating liner and the design recommendation of shafts and housings.
The bushes are intended for operation within the temperature range of −55 C to 163 C and assembly with an interference fit into fixed and moving aerospace parts.
- Standard10 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
- Draft10 pagesEnglish languagesale 10% offe-Library read for1 day
This document specifies a method and requirements for plasma nitriding and follow-up PVD hard coatings intended for use in cold-work moulds. This document provides the necessary information, such as the original structure of nitriding steels, process requirements, surface quality and adhesion of duplex PVD coatings, to create an optimal combination of high performance.
- Standard6 pagesEnglish languagesale 15% off
This document specifies quality levels for imperfections in joints in thermoplastic moulded components due to the joining process. This document does not describe imperfections that can be generated either during service or present before joining, such as poor fit up. The correct preparation before joining is described in the relevant thermal joining process specification (TJPS), as defined in ISO 23512. Three quality levels are specified in order to permit application for a wide range of the following joining processes: a) ultrasonic welding; b) ultrasonic spot welding; c) infrared welding; d) hot gas convection welding; e) vibration welding; f) spin welding; g) laser welding; h) hot plate welding; and i) heat staking: hot air; electrical, infrared and ultrasonic. They are designated by symbols B, C and D, where B is the most stringent. The quality levels refer to production quality and not to the fitness for purpose of the manufactured product. NOTE Standards on joining of plastic pipes, fittings, valves and/or auxiliary equipment, and the assessment of the properties of the resulting joints are developed and maintained by ISO/TC 138.
- Standard17 pagesEnglish languagesale 15% off
This document specifies a method for determining the resistance to abrasion of coatings, for which a loaded, rigid abrasive-paper covered wheel affects the coating of the linearly reciprocating test specimen.
- Standard9 pagesEnglish languagesale 15% off
This document specifies requirements for zinc oxide-eugenol cements suitable for use in restorative dentistry for temporary cementation, for bases and as temporary restorations. This document also specifies requirements for non-eugenol zinc oxide cements containing zinc oxide and oil(s) other than eugenol for temporary cementation.
- Standard10 pagesEnglish languagesale 15% off
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- Draft10 pagesEnglish languagesale 15% off
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This document applies to hydraulic cylinders that are part of the load carrying structure of cranes. It is intended to be used together with the ISO 8686 series and ISO 20332, and as such they specify general conditions, requirements and methods to prevent mechanical hazards of hydraulic cylinders, by design and theoretical verification. This document does not apply to hydraulic piping, hoses, connectors and valves used with the cylinders, or cylinders made from other material than (carbon) steel.
- Standard47 pagesEnglish languagesale 15% off
The requirements in this document apply to all toys, i.e. any product designed or clearly intended for use in play by children under 14 years of age. They are applicable to a toy as it is initially received by the consumer and, in addition, they apply after a toy is subjected to reasonably foreseeable conditions of normal use and abuse unless specifically noted otherwise. The requirements of this document specify acceptable criteria for structural characteristics of toys, such as shape, size, contour, spacing (e.g. rattles, small parts, sharp points and edges, and hinge-line clearances) as well as acceptable criteria for properties peculiar to certain categories of toy (e.g. maximum kinetic energy values for non-resilient-tipped projectiles and minimum tip angles for certain ride-on toys). This document specifies requirements and test methods for toys intended for use by children in various age groups from birth to 14 years. The requirements vary according to the age group for which a particular toy is intended. The requirements for a particular age group reflect the nature of the hazards and the expected mental and/or physical abilities of a child to cope with them. This document also requires that appropriate warnings and/or instructions for use be given on certain toys or their packaging. Due to linguistic problems which may occur in different countries, the wording of these warnings and instructions is not specified but given as general information in Annex B. It should be noted that different legal requirements exist in many countries with regard to such marking. This document does not purport to cover or include every conceivable potential hazard of a particular toy or toy category. Except for labelling requirements indicating the functional hazards and the age range for which the toy is intended, this document has no requirements for those characteristics of toys which represent an inherent and recognized hazard which is integral to the function of the toy. EXAMPLE 1 An example of such a hazard is the sharp point necessary for the proper function of a needle. The needle is a hazard which is well understood by the purchaser of a toy sewing kit, and the functional sharp-point hazard is communicated to the user as part of the normal educational process of learning to sew as well as at the point of purchase by means of cautionary labelling on the product's packaging. EXAMPLE 2 As a further example, a two-wheeled toy scooter has inherent and recognized hazards associated with its use (e.g. instability during use, especially while learning). The potential hazards associated with its structural characteristics (e.g. sharp edges, pinch hazards) will be minimized by conformity to the requirements of this document. Products not included within the scope of this document are: a) bicycles, except for those considered to be toys, i.e. those having a maximum saddle height of 435 mm (see 1); b) slingshots; NOTE 1 “Slingshots” are also known as “catapults” and are usually held in the hand; examples are given in Figure 1. Toy versions of medieval catapults and trebuchets are not exempt from this document; an example is given in Figure 2. c) darts with metal points; d) public playground equipment; e) compressed air- and gas-operated guns and pistols (see 1); f) kites (except for the electric resistance of their strings, which is included); g) model kits, hobby and craft items, in which the finished item is not primarily of play value; h) sporting goods and equipment, camping goods, athletic equipment, musical instruments and furniture; however, toys which are their counterparts are included; NOTE 2 It is recognized that there is often a fine distinction between, for example, a musical instrument or a sporting item and its toy counterpart. The intention of the manufacturer or distributor, as well as normal use and reasonably foreseeable abuse, determines whether the item is a toy counterpart or not. i) models of aircraft
- Standard151 pagesEnglish languagesale 15% off
This document specifies design, performance, and use of various items of survival equipment carried in survival craft and rescue boats complying with the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), 1974 (as amended) and the International Maritime Organization Life-Saving Appliance Code (LSA Code). For many items, it also includes requirements for maintenance and periodic inspections by Administrations in Annex A and guidelines for maintenance and periodic inspections by Administrations or ships’ crews in Annex B. However, compliance of a product with this document does not relieve the manufacturer of a survival craft or rescue boat of the responsibility to evaluate the suitability of the product in their particular application.
- Standard25 pagesEnglish languagesale 15% off
This document specifies requirements for the management of farmed Angora rabbits in accordance with animal welfare principles. This document applies to the management and control of critical activities in Angora rabbit farming, including accommodation, reproduction, feed and nutrients, health, fibre collection, ethical claims and supporting information.
- Standard19 pagesEnglish languagesale 15% off
- Standard20 pagesFrench languagesale 15% off
This document specifies a test method for estimating the influence of jetting liquids from the rinsing process after electro-deposition coating (permeate residues) on a coating. It applies to electro-deposition coatings for automotive industries and other general industrial applications, e.g. chiller units, consumer products, radiators, aerospace, agriculture.
- Standard6 pagesEnglish languagesale 15% off
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