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This document specifies two methods for measuring the stiffness and one method for the determination of the flexibility of rubber and plastics hoses and tubing when they are bent to a specific radius at sub-ambient temperatures. Method A is suitable for non-collapsible rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of up to and including 25 mm. This method provides a means of measuring the stiffness of the hose or tubing when the temperature is reduced from a standard laboratory temperature. Method B is suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of up to 100 mm and provides a means of assessing the flexibility of the hose or tubing when bent around a mandrel at a specified sub-ambient temperature. It can also be used as a routine quality control test. Method C is suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of 100 mm and greater. This method provides a means of measuring the stiffness of the hose and tubing at sub-ambient temperatures. This method is only suitable for hoses and tubing which are non-collapsible.

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This document specifies methods for the hydrostatic testing of rubber and plastics hoses and hose
assemblies, including methods for the determination of dimensional stability.

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This document specifies three methods for determining the resistance to vacuum of hoses and hose
assemblies manufactured from plastic or rubber. Applicable dimensions of hoses for each method are
as follows:
— method A for hoses of nominal size up to and including 80;
— method B for hoses of nominal size greater than 80;
— method C for hoses of all dimensions.
If not otherwise specified in the product standard, method C can be used as an alternative to
methods A and B.
Methods A and B can also be used to check the adhesion of the lining to the reinforcement (delamination)
in a length of hard-wall hose or hose assembly.

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This document specifies methods for the hydrostatic testing of rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies, including methods for the determination of dimensional stability.

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This document specifies requirements for two types of reinforced hoses and hose assemblies of nominal size from 3,2 to 25, dependent on relation of minimum burst pressure to maximum working pressure. Each type is divided into classes dependent on maximum working pressure. They are suitable for use with: —   oil-based hydraulic fluids HH, HL, HM, HR and HV as defined in ISO 6743-4 at temperatures ranging from −40 °C to +100 °C; —   water-based fluids HFC, HFAE, HFAS and HFB as defined in ISO 6743-4 at temperatures ranging from 0 °C to +70 °C; —   water at temperatures ranging from 0 °C to +70 °C. Such hoses and hose assemblies are intended to be used for: —   water jetting and water blasting applications; —   hydraulic applications. This document does not include requirements for end fittings. It is limited to the performance of hoses and hose assemblies. NOTE 1  It is the responsibility of the user, in consultation with the hose manufacturer, to establish the compatibility of the hose with the fluid to be used. NOTE 2  For hydraulic jacks with manually driven pumps, hoses and hose assemblies per ISO 16301 can be used.

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This document specifies three methods for determining the resistance to vacuum of hoses and hose assemblies manufactured from plastic or rubber. Applicable dimensions of hoses for each method are as follows: —   method A for hoses of nominal size up to and including 80; —   method B for hoses of nominal size greater than 80; —   method C for hoses of all dimensions. If not otherwise specified in the product standard, method C can be used as an alternative to methods A and B. Methods A and B can also be used to check the adhesion of the lining to the reinforcement (delamination) in a length of hard-wall hose or hose assembly.

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This document specifies electrical test methods for rubber and plastics hoses, tubing and hose
assemblies to determine the resistance of conductive, antistatic and non-conductive hoses and the
electrical continuity or discontinuity between metal end fittings.
All the test methods described for rubber hoses in this document can also be applied to plastics hoses.

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This document specifies electrical test methods for rubber and plastics hoses, tubing and hose assemblies to determine the resistance of conductive, antistatic and non-conductive hoses and the electrical continuity or discontinuity between metal end fittings. All the test methods described for rubber hoses in this document can also be applied to plastics hoses.

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EN 16436-1+A3 specifies the characteristics and performance requirements for tubing and hoses made of either rubber or plastics for use with commercial propane and commercial butane and mixtures thereof, in the vapour phase, for connection of appliances, from:- pressurized gas container to a regulating device,- pressurized gas container to an appliance,- regulating device to an appliance, and- regulating device to installation pipework,in environments of a temperature range from -30 °C to +70 °C. Working pressures are from 0 bar to 30 bar.Three classes are defined in Table 1 according to the maximum working pressures and minimum ambient temperatures.This European Standard only covers the tubing or hose part of assemblies. The assemblies themselves will be covered by EN 16436-2.This European Standard does not apply to hoses for:- welding purposes (see EN ISO 3821, EN 1327);- propulsion purposes;- LPG transfer purposes (see EN 1762).

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This document specifies requirements for two types of thermoplastic multi-layer (non-vulcanized) transfer hoses and hose assemblies for carrying liquefied petroleum gas and liquefied natural gas. Each type is subdivided into two classes, one for onshore duties, and the other for offshore.
This document is applicable for hose sizes from 25 mm to 250 mm, working pressures from 10,5 bar to 25 bar and operating temperatures from - 196 °C to + 45 °C.
NOTE   Offshore LNG hose assemblies are also specified in EN 1474-2 [1].

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This document defines current terms concerning metal hoses, metal hose assemblies and component parts. This document applies to: a) stripwound metal hoses and hose assemblies; b) corrugated metal hoses and hose assemblies. NOTE 1 These hoses can be used braided, covered or lined. NOTE 2 Equivalent terms in English, French, German and Dutch are given in Annex A.

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This document establishes a system of designation for polyketone (PK) moulding and extrusion materials which may be used as the basis for specifications. Polyketone polymer chains are built up from regularly alternating olefinic units and keto groups. The olefinic units shall be randomly distributed ethylene and propylene. The types of polyketone plastics are differentiated from each other by a classification system based on appropriate levels of the designatory properties, melting temperature, melt mass-flow rate, temperature of deflection under load and on information about the intended application and/or method of processing, important properties, additives, colour, fillers and reinforcing materials. The designation system is applicable to all polyketone terpolymers and blends. It applies to materials ready for normal use in the form of powder, granules or pellets, unmodified or modified by colourants, fillers or other additives. It is not intended to imply that materials having the same designation give necessarily the same performance. This document does not provide engineering data, performance data or data on processing conditions which may be required to specify a material. If such additional properties are required, they are intended to be determined in accordance with the test methods specified in ISO 21970-2, if suitable.

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This document specifies the requirements for three types of general-purpose textile-reinforced rubber water hose with an operating temperature range of −25 °C to +70 °C and a maximum working pressure of up to 2,5 MPa (25 bar).
These hoses are not intended to be used for conveyance of potable (drinking) water, for washing-machine inlets, as firefighting hoses, for special agricultural machines or as collapsible water hoses.
These hoses can be used with additives which lower the freezing point of water.

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This document specifies the requirements for three types of general-purpose textile-reinforced rubber water hose with an operating temperature range of −25 °C to +70 °C and a maximum working pressure of up to 2,5 MPa (25 bar). These hoses are not intended to be used for conveyance of potable (drinking) water, for washing-machine inlets, as firefighting hoses, for special agricultural machines or as collapsible water hoses. These hoses can be used with additives which lower the freezing point of water.

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This European Standard specifies the design, materials and dimensions of fittings for clamp type coupling assemblies for use with nominal sizes DN 15 to DN 50 steam and hot water hoses. It covers assemblies up to a maximum working pressure of 18 bar ) (corresponding to a saturated steam temperature of 210 °C).

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This European Standard specifies the design, materials and dimensions of fittings for clamp type coupling assemblies for use with nominal sizes DN 15 to DN 50 steam and hot water hoses. It covers assemblies up to a maximum working pressure of 18 bar ) (corresponding to a saturated steam temperature of 210 °C).

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This European Standard specifies requirements for four types of rubber-covered spiral wire reinforced hydraulic hoses and hose assemblies of nominal bore from 6 to 51: Types 4SP, 4SH, R12 and R13. They are all suitable for use with:
-   hydraulic fluids in accordance with ISO 6743 4 with the exception of HFD R, HFD S and HFD T at temperatures ranging from −40 °C to +100 °C for types 4SP and 4SH and −40 °C to +120 °C for types R12 and R13;
-   water based fluids at temperatures ranging from −40 °C to 70 °C;
-   water fluids at temperatures ranging from 0 °C to 70 °C.
This European Standard does not include requirements for end fittings. It is limited to the performance of hoses and hose assemblies.
NOTE 1   The hoses are not suitable for use with castor oil based nor ester based fluids.
NOTE 2   Hoses and hose assemblies are not be operated outside the limits of this standard.
NOTE 3   Requirements for hydraulic hoses for underground mining are standardised in a separate standard.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for rubber hoses and rubber hose assemblies used for the transfer of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in liquid or gaseous phase and natural gas with a maximum working pressure of 25 bar (2,5 MPa) and vacuum within the temperature range of −30 °C to +70 °C and, when designated -LT, −50 °C to +70 °C.

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This draft European Standard describes and specifies the characteristics and performance requirements for assemblies made of tubing and hoses complying with EN 16436-1 to be used in the same conditions.
All connections are given in Annex B.
This draft European Standard only defines specific connections which are not defined in other standards (e.g. EN 16129).

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This document describes hose impulse testing, with flexing, of rubber or plastics hydraulic hose
assemblies at both high and low impulse pressures. The high-pressure testing is carried out at pressures
greater than 3 MPa and the low-pressure testing at pressures from 1,5 MPa to 3 MPa. The test procedure
is applicable to hydraulic hose assemblies that are subject to pulsating pressures in service which are
included in the product requirements.
NOTE Impulse test procedures without flexing can be found in ISO 6803.

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This document describes hose impulse testing, with flexing, of rubber or plastics hydraulic hose assemblies at both high and low impulse pressures. The high-pressure testing is carried out at pressures greater than 3 MPa and the low-pressure testing at pressures from 1,5 MPa to 3 MPa. The test procedure is applicable to hydraulic hose assemblies that are subject to pulsating pressures in service which are included in the product requirements.
NOTE Impulse test procedures without flexing can be found in ISO 6803.

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This document describes hose impulse testing, with flexing, of rubber or plastics hydraulic hose assemblies at both high and low impulse pressures. The high-pressure testing is carried out at pressures greater than 3 MPa and the low-pressure testing at pressures from 1,5 MPa to 3 MPa. The test procedure is applicable to hydraulic hose assemblies that are subject to pulsating pressures in service which are included in the product requirements. NOTE Impulse test procedures without flexing can be found in ISO 6803.

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This document lays down the dimensions and specifies the characteristics of the constituent parts of hose connections for welding, cutting and allied processes, for example for pressure regulators according to EN ISO 2503 and blowpipes. The suitability of the hose connections mentioned below will be considered according to the applied pressure range. This document does not cover the design of the hose tail inserted into the hose. This is specified in EN 1256.

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This document specifies requirements for four types of thermoplastic multi-layer (non-vulcanized) hoses and hose assemblies for carrying hydrocarbons, solvents and chemicals. It specifies bore sizes from 25 mm to 300 mm, working pressures from 4 bar ) to 14 bar and working temperatures from −30 °C to 150 °C.
Type 1 hoses are suitable for vapour applications. Types 2 to 4 hoses are suitable for liquid applications.
NOTE 1   The attention of users is drawn to Annex A concerning the selection of the material for the inner wall of layers and any polymeric coating of the internal wire helix related to the chemical(s) to be conveyed by the hoses and/or hose assemblies.
This document does not apply to hoses and hose assemblies for:
Aircraft ground fuelling and defuelling   (EN ISO 1825);
Fuel dispensing   (EN 1360);
Oil burners   (EN ISO 6806);
Liquefied petroleum gas and liquefied natural gas   (EN 13766);
Fire fighting   (EN ISO 14557);
Offshore liquefied natural gas   (EN 1474-2);
Refrigeration circuits   (-).

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ISO/TS 17165-2:2018 provides guidelines for selection, routing, fabrication, installation, replacement, maintenance and storage of hose and hose assemblies for hydraulic fluid power systems which are manufactured from hoses conforming to ISO 1436, ISO 3862, ISO 3949, ISO 4079 and ISO 11237, and hose fittings conforming to the ISO 12151 series. NOTE 1 Many of these practices also can be suitable for use with other types of hoses and systems. NOTE 2 Annex A lists examples of actual failure resulting from improper use of hydraulic hose and hose assemblies.

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This document specifies three methods for measuring the flexibility of rubber and plastics hoses and
tubing (methods A1, B and C1), where the deformation of the hose or tubing is measured, and two
methods for measuring the stiffness (methods A2 and C2) by measuring the force required to bend
rubber or plastics hoses or tubing to a specific radius at ambient temperature.
Methods A1 and A2 are suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with inside diameter of up to
and including 80 mm.
Method A1 allows the measurement of the flexibility of the hose or tubing by measuring the reduction
in outside diameter when the hose is compressed between two plates.
Method A2 provides a means of measuring the force required to reach a specific bend radius when the
hose or tubing is compressed, as between two plates. The test can be carried out at a specified internal
pressure.
Method B is suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with inside diameter of up to and
including 100 mm, and provides a means of assessing the behaviour of the hose and tubing when bent
around a mandrel. The final mandrel diameter used can be taken as the minimum bend radius of the
hose or tubing. As this value is determined by the reduction of the outside diameter, it can be used as a
measure of the flexibility of the hose or tubing. The hose or tubing being tested can be unpressurized,
pressurized or under vacuum and, if required, with the curvature or against the curvature of the hose
or tubing, if such curvature is present.
Methods C1 and C2 are suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with inside diameter of
100 mm and greater.
Method C1 provides a means of determining the flexibility of the hose and tubing at the minimum
bend radius.
Method C2 provides a method of measuring the stiffness of the hose and tubing at the minimum
bend radius.

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ISO 10619-1:2017 specifies three methods for measuring the flexibility of rubber and plastics hoses and tubing (methods A1, B and C1), where the deformation of the hose or tubing is measured, and two methods for measuring the stiffness (methods A2 and C2) by measuring the force required to bend rubber or plastics hoses or tubing to a specific radius at ambient temperature.
Methods A1 and A2 are suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with inside diameter of up to and including 80 mm.
Method A1 allows the measurement of the flexibility of the hose or tubing by measuring the reduction in outside diameter when the hose is compressed between two plates.
Method A2 provides a means of measuring the force required to reach a specific bend radius when the hose or tubing is compressed, as between two plates. The test can be carried out at a specified internal pressure.
Method B is suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with inside diameter of up to and including 100 mm, and provides a means of assessing the behaviour of the hose and tubing when bent around a mandrel. The final mandrel diameter used can be taken as the minimum bend radius of the hose or tubing. As this value is determined by the reduction of the outside diameter, it can be used as a measure of the flexibility of the hose or tubing. The hose or tubing being tested can be unpressurized, pressurized or under vacuum and, if required, with the curvature or against the curvature of the hose or tubing, if such curvature is present.
Methods C1 and C2 are suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with inside diameter of 100 mm and greater.
Method C1 provides a means of determining the flexibility of the hose and tubing at the minimum bend radius.
Method C2 provides a method of measuring the stiffness of the hose and tubing at the minimum bend radius.

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ISO 28017:2018 specifies requirements for two types, seven classes and three grades of wire- or textile-reinforced dredging hoses with nominal sizes ranging from 100 to 1 200. Within each class, all grades and sizes have the same maximum working pressure. Such hoses are suitable for the delivery or suction of seawater or freshwater mixed with silt, sand, coral and small stones with a specific gravity in the range from 1,0 to 2,3 at ambient temperatures ranging from −10 °C to +40 °C.
ISO 28017:2018 covers two types of hose, as follows:
- type 1: floating type, for delivery only, which includes flotation material to give the hose buoyancy;
- type 2: submarine type for delivery and suction.
ISO 28017:2018 does not specify requirements concerning the service life of hoses or hose assemblies. Specifying such requirements is the responsibility of the customer, in consultation with the hose manufacturer.

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This document specifies two methods for measuring the stiffness and one method for the determination
of the flexibility of rubber and plastics hoses and tubing when they are bent to a specific radius at subambient
temperatures.
Method A is suitable for non-collapsible rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of up to and
including 25 mm. This method provides a means of measuring the stiffness of the hose or tubing when
the temperature is reduced from a standard laboratory temperature.
Method B is suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of up to 100 mm and provides
a means of assessing the flexibility of the hose or tubing when bent around a mandrel at a specified subambient
temperature. It can also be used as a routine quality control test.
Method C is suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of 100 mm and greater.
This method provides a means of measuring the stiffness of the hose and tubing at sub-ambient
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ISO 10960:2017 specifies a method of assessing the resistance of hoses to the deleterious effects of atmospheric ozone under dynamic conditions. It is applicable to hoses with bore diameters up to and including 25 mm.

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ISO 10619-2:2017 specifies two methods for measuring the stiffness and one method for the determination of the flexibility of rubber and plastics hoses and tubing when they are bent to a specific radius at sub-ambient temperatures.
Method A is suitable for non-collapsible rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of up to and including 25 mm. This method provides a means of measuring the stiffness of the hose or tubing when the temperature is reduced from a standard laboratory temperature.
Method B is suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of up to 100 mm and provides a means of assessing the flexibility of the hose or tubing when bent around a mandrel at a specified sub-ambient temperature. It can also be used as a routine quality control test.
Method C is suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of 100 mm and greater. This method provides a means of measuring the stiffness of the hose and tubing at sub-ambient temperatures. This method is only suitable for hoses and tubing which are non-collapsible.

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ISO 8028:2017 specifies the requirements for four types of hose and hose assemblies for use in airless paint spraying. The four types are differentiated by burst pressure and operating temperature, and can be constructed from rubber or plastic materials, or a combination of rubber and plastic material.

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ISO 1825:2017 specifies the dimensions and construction of, and requirements for, four types of hose and hose assembly for use in all operations associated with the ground fuelling and defuelling of aircraft.
All four types are designed for:
a) use with petroleum fuels having an aromatic-hydrocarbon content not exceeding 30 % by volume;
b) operation within the temperature range of −30 °C to +65 °C and such that they will be undamaged by climatic conditions of −40 °C to +70 °C when stored in static conditions;
c) operation at up to 2,0 MPa (20 bar) maximum working pressure, including surges of pressure which the hose can be subjected to in service.
NOTE 1 Type C hoses are intended for general pressure applications on all vehicles used for plane fuelling. They can also be used for vehicle/rail car loading and discharge where excessive vacuum does not occur.
NOTE 2 Type F hoses can be used for plane delivery applications on vehicles that are also used for defuelling at high flow rates where type C hoses are not suitable.
NOTE 3 Type E and F hoses can also be used for vehicle/rail car loading and discharge, for trailer to fueller transfer and for elevation platform supply (riser) to provide greater kink resistance.

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ISO 10619-1:2017 specifies three methods for measuring the flexibility of rubber and plastics hoses and tubing (methods A1, B and C1), where the deformation of the hose or tubing is measured, and two methods for measuring the stiffness (methods A2 and C2) by measuring the force required to bend rubber or plastics hoses or tubing to a specific radius at ambient temperature. Methods A1 and A2 are suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with inside diameter of up to and including 80 mm. Method A1 allows the measurement of the flexibility of the hose or tubing by measuring the reduction in outside diameter when the hose is compressed between two plates. Method A2 provides a means of measuring the force required to reach a specific bend radius when the hose or tubing is compressed, as between two plates. The test can be carried out at a specified internal pressure. Method B is suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with inside diameter of up to and including 100 mm, and provides a means of assessing the behaviour of the hose and tubing when bent around a mandrel. The final mandrel diameter used can be taken as the minimum bend radius of the hose or tubing. As this value is determined by the reduction of the outside diameter, it can be used as a measure of the flexibility of the hose or tubing. The hose or tubing being tested can be unpressurized, pressurized or under vacuum and, if required, with the curvature or against the curvature of the hose or tubing, if such curvature is present. Methods C1 and C2 are suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with inside diameter of 100 mm and greater. Method C1 provides a means of determining the flexibility of the hose and tubing at the minimum bend radius. Method C2 provides a method of measuring the stiffness of the hose and tubing at the minimum bend radius.

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ISO 10619-2:2017 specifies two methods for measuring the stiffness and one method for the determination of the flexibility of rubber and plastics hoses and tubing when they are bent to a specific radius at sub-ambient temperatures. Method A is suitable for non-collapsible rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of up to and including 25 mm. This method provides a means of measuring the stiffness of the hose or tubing when the temperature is reduced from a standard laboratory temperature. Method B is suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of up to 100 mm and provides a means of assessing the flexibility of the hose or tubing when bent around a mandrel at a specified sub-ambient temperature. It can also be used as a routine quality control test. Method C is suitable for rubber and plastics hoses and tubing with a bore of 100 mm and greater. This method provides a means of measuring the stiffness of the hose and tubing at sub-ambient temperatures. This method is only suitable for hoses and tubing which are non-collapsible.

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ISO 10960:2017 specifies a method of assessing the resistance of hoses to the deleterious effects of atmospheric ozone under dynamic conditions. It is applicable to hoses with bore diameters up to and including 25 mm.

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This Technical Report provides guidance on the design of corrugated metal hose assemblies for pressure applications, i.e. maximum allowable pressure PS greater than 0,5 bar. Allowable stresses are consistent with the requirements of the Pressure Equipment Directive 2014/68/EU.

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ISO 19385 specifies requirements for nine classes of reinforced hydraulic hoses and hose assemblies of nominal sizes ranging from 5 to 25. Each class has a single maximum working pressure. Such hoses and hose assemblies are intended to be used with very high-pressure water jetting and water blasting machines. ISO 19385 also reviews all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the equipment in the scope, when it is used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.

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ISO 6806:2017 specifies the minimum requirements for rubber hoses and hose assemblies for use in oil burners.
The following two types of hose assembly are specified.
- Type 1: Hose assemblies for flux and reflux, but not for insertion between the oil burner pump and the atomizing connection; maximum working pressure 1,0 MPa (10 bar); maximum oil temperature 100 °C.
- Type 2: Hose assemblies for insertion between the oil burner pump and the atomizing connection; maximum working pressure 4,0 MPa (40 bar); maximum oil temperature 100 °C.
The hose assemblies specified in this document are not intended to be used, without special assessment, for purposes other than oil burner installations.

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This final draft European Standard applies to type D and type SD hose assemblies with hoses made of elastomers and bonded plastics for the transport of gaseous, vaporous, liquid or powdery substances in the pharmaceutical and the biotechnological industries. It specifies the classification, manufacturing and testing of as well as the materials, requirements and quality surveillance for hose assemblies.
These hose assemblies are intended to be used with the relevant substances at temperatures in the range from −30 °C to +100 °C, depending on the medium, and at operating pressures from −0,9 bar (vacuum) to 10 bar (see Tables 2 and 3). For hoses with a lining made of PTFE and derivatives, temperatures from −30 °C to +140 °C are permissible.
Hose assemblies in accordance with this standard are classified into two designs, A and B (see 3.3).
Attention is called to the fact that for certain applications the relevant legal regulations such as the Pressure Equipment Directive 2014/68/EU (PED) need to be complied with.

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This final draft European Standard applies to type 1 to type 3 hose assemblies with hoses made of silicone rubber for the transport of liquid or powdery substances in the pharmaceutical and the biotechnological industries. It specifies the classification, manufacturing and testing of as well as the materials, requirements and quality surveillance for hose assemblies.
These hose assemblies are intended to be used with the relevant substances at temperatures in the range from −40 °C ) to +150 °C and at operating pressures from −0,9 bar (vacuum) to 10 bar (see Table 1). These hose assemblies are not electrically conductive. The danger of static charging shall be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Hose assemblies in accordance with this standard are classified into two designs, A and B (see 3.2).
Attention is called to the fact that for certain applications the relevant legal regulations such as the Pressure Equipment Directive 2014/68/EU (PED) need to be complied with.

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This document describes hose impulse testing, without flexing, of rubber or plastics hydraulic hose
assemblies at both high and low impulse pressures. The high-pressure testing is carried out at pressures
greater than 3 MPa and the low-pressure testing at pressures from 1,5 MPa to 3 MPa. The test procedure
is applicable to hydraulic hose assemblies that are subject to pulsating pressures in service which are
included in the product requirements.
NOTE Impulse test procedures with flexing can be found in ISO 6802.

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ISO 6803:2017 describes hose impulse testing, without flexing, of rubber or plastics hydraulic hose assemblies at both high and low impulse pressures. The high-pressure testing is carried out at pressures greater than 3 MPa and the low-pressure testing at pressures from 1,5 MPa to 3 MPa. The test procedure is applicable to hydraulic hose assemblies that are subject to pulsating pressures in service which are included in the product requirements.
NOTE Impulse test procedures with flexing can be found in ISO 6802.

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ISO 6803:2017 describes hose impulse testing, without flexing, of rubber or plastics hydraulic hose assemblies at both high and low impulse pressures. The high-pressure testing is carried out at pressures greater than 3 MPa and the low-pressure testing at pressures from 1,5 MPa to 3 MPa. The test procedure is applicable to hydraulic hose assemblies that are subject to pulsating pressures in service which are included in the product requirements. NOTE Impulse test procedures with flexing can be found in ISO 6802.

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This document specifies requirements for two types of hoses and hose assemblies, low pressure with
a maximum working pressure of 6 bar and high pressure with a maximum working pressure of 18 bar,
made of rubber and hose fittings made of metal, designed to convey saturated steam and hot water
condensate.
Each type is divided into two classes having either an oil resistant or non-oil resistant cover.

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This document specifies methods for the determination of the adhesion between lining and
reinforcement, between cover and reinforcement, between reinforcement layers, between cover and
outer lamination (thin layer of material outside the cover for protection) and between lining and inner
lamination (thin layer of material inside the lining to reduce permeation of fluid into the lining). It
covers all bore sizes and the following types of hose construction:
— woven textile fabric;
— braided textile fabric;
— knitted textile fabric;
— circular-woven textile fabric;
— textile spiral;
— textile cord;
— wire braid;
— wire spiral;
— hoses containing a supporting helix.
Adequate adhesion between the various components of a hose is essential if it is to perform satisfactorily
in service.

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ISO 6134:2017 specifies requirements for two types of hoses and hose assemblies, low pressure with a maximum working pressure of 6 bar and high pressure with a maximum working pressure of 18 bar, made of rubber and hose fittings made of metal, designed to convey saturated steam and hot water condensate.
Each type is divided into two classes having either an oil resistant or non-oil resistant cover.
NOTE Information on the frequency of testing of hose assemblies in use and storage is given in Annex A and Annex B.

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