IEC 60335-2-67:2021 is available as IEC 60335-2-67:2021 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 60335-2-67:2021 deals with the safety of powered floor treatment machines intended for commercial indoor or outdoor use for the following applications:
- scrubbing,
- wet or dry pick-up,
- polishing and dry buffing,
- application of wax, sealing products and powder based detergents,
- shampooing,
- stripping, grinding and scarifying
of floors with an artificial surface.
These machines have a cleaning motion which is more lateral or periodic than linear.
By contrast, the cleaning motion of machines covered by IEC 60335-2-72 is more linear than lateral or periodic.
This standard applies to machines for commercial use. The following list, although not comprehensive, gives an indication of locations that are included in the scope:
- public use areas such as hotels, schools, hospitals;
- industrial locations, for example factories and manufacturing shops;
- retail outlets, for example shops and supermarkets;
- business premises, for example offices and banks;
- all uses other than normal housekeeping purposes.
These machines are not equipped with a traction drive.
Machines for the same intended function but equipped with a traction drive are covered by IEC 60335 2-72.
The following power systems are covered:
- internal combustion engines,
- mains powered motors up to a rated voltage of 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances,
- battery-operated machines.
Battery-operated machines may be equipped with a built-in battery charger.
This standard does not apply to
- vacuum cleaners and water-suction cleaning appliances for household use (IEC 60335 2 2);
- floor treatment appliances for household use (IEC 60335-2-10);
- spray extraction machines for commercial use (IEC 60335-2-68);
- wet and dry vacuum cleaners, including power brush, for commercial use (IEC 60335 2 69);
IEC 60335-2-68 and IEC 60335-2-69 cover only machines without traction drive.
- floor treatment machines with or without traction drive, for commercial use (IEC 60335 2 72);
- hand-held and transportable motor-operated electric tools (IEC 60745 series, IEC 61029 series, IEC 62841 series);
- machines designed for use in corrosive or explosive environments (dust, vapour or gas);
- machines designed for picking up hazardous dusts (as defined in IEC 60335-2-69), inflammable substances, or glowing particles;
- machines designed for use in vehicles or on board of ships or aircraft.
This fifth edition cancels and replaces the fourth edition published in 2012 and its Amendment 1: 2016. It constitutes a technical revision.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- editorial and technical alignment with IEC 60335-1:2020.
This part 2 is to be used in conjunction with the latest edition of IEC 60335-1 and its amendments. It was established on the basis of the sixth edition (2020) of that standard.

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This document provides technical specifications for the operation, servicing, maintenance, repair and decommissioning of refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump equipment containing flammable refrigerants, in particular from class A3, complementing existing standards.
Refrigerants from toxicity class B are excluded from this scope.
This document includes risk mitigation measures not yet addressed in existing standards for specific refrigerant classes, or not fully reflecting the state of the art, and establishes complementary technical specifications for the operation, servicing, maintenance, repair and decommissioning, .
The following aspects are considered:
-   explosive atmosphere workplace and equipment;
NOTE   Further information can be found in Directive 99/92/EC (ATEX Workplace Directive) and Directive 2014/34/EU (ATEX Equipment Directive).
-   good practice for the operation, servicing, maintenance, repair and decommissioning, including tools and personal protection;
-   risk mitigation methods;
-   risk assessments;
-   competence of personnel;
-   health and safety of personnel;
-   location of the equipment.

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This TS provides technical specifications and guidance for the installation of refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump equipment This document provides technical information for the installation of refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump equipment containing flammable refrigerants, in particular from class A3, complementing existing standards. The term “refrigerating system” used in this document includes air conditioners and heat pumps.
Refrigerants from toxicity class B are excluded from this scope.
This document includes risk mitigation measures not yet addressed in existing standards for specific refrigerant classes, or not fully reflecting the state of the art, and establishes complementary technical specifications related to the installation of equipment.
The following aspects are considered:
-   explosive atmosphere workplace and equipment;
NOTE   Further information can be found in Directive 99/92/EC (ATEX Workplace Directive) and Directive 2014/34/EU (ATEX Equipment Directive).
-   design and structural specifications for the installation site;
-   marking and labelling of equipment parts and installation site;
-   good practice for installing equipment, including tools and personal protection;
-   risk mitigation methods and related refrigerant charge limits;
-   risk assessments;
-   competence of personnel;
-   safety testing of systems and equipment.

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TC and CCMC - Correction of heading in 5.2.3 and corrections in formula cross references in 6.3.4 and 6.3.5

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This document specifies all the information necessary to carry out efficiently and under standardized conditions the determination, declaration, and verification of the airborne noise emission of liquid pumps or pump units (see 4.1). It specifies the noise measurement methods and the operating and mounting conditions that shall be used for the test. Noise emission characteristics include emission sound pressure levels at specified positions and the sound power level. The determination of these quantities is necessary for - declaring the noise emission values, and - purpose of noise control at source at the design stage. The determination of these quantities is also necessary for comparing the noise emitted by liquid pumps on the market. The use of this document ensures the reproducibility of the determination of the airborne noise-emission characteristics within specified limits determined by the grade of accuracy of the basic airborne noise measurement method used. Noise measurement methods according to this document are engineering methods (grade 2) and survey methods (grade 3). This document does not deal with the characterization of the structure-borne sound and liquid-borne noise generated by liquid pumps.

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This document specifies all the information necessary to carry out efficiently and under standardized conditions the determination, declaration, and verification of the airborne noise emission of liquid pumps or pump units (see 4.1). It specifies the noise measurement methods and the operating and mounting conditions that shall be used for the test.
Noise emission characteristics include emission sound pressure levels at specified positions and the sound power level. The determination of these quantities is necessary for
— declaring the noise emission values, and
— purpose of noise control at source at the design stage.
The determination of these quantities is also necessary for comparing the noise emitted by liquid pumps on the market.
The use of this document ensures the reproducibility of the determination of the airborne noise-emission characteristics within specified limits determined by the grade of accuracy of the basic airborne noise measurement method used. Noise measurement methods according to this document are engineering methods (grade 2) and survey methods (grade 3).
This document does not deal with the characterization of the structure-borne sound and liquid-borne noise generated by liquid pumps.
NOTE This document is specified in EN 809+A1 for noise measurements of the pump (or pump unit).

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This document specifies all the information necessary to carry out efficiently and under standardized conditions the determination, declaration, and verification of the airborne noise emission of liquid pumps or pump units (see 4.1). It specifies the noise measurement methods and the operating and mounting conditions that shall be used for the test. Noise emission characteristics include emission sound pressure levels at specified positions and the sound power level. The determination of these quantities is necessary for — declaring the noise emission values, and — purpose of noise control at source at the design stage. The determination of these quantities is also necessary for comparing the noise emitted by liquid pumps on the market. The use of this document ensures the reproducibility of the determination of the airborne noise-emission characteristics within specified limits determined by the grade of accuracy of the basic airborne noise measurement method used. Noise measurement methods according to this document are engineering methods (grade 2) and survey methods (grade 3). This document does not deal with the characterization of the structure-borne sound and liquid-borne noise generated by liquid pumps. NOTE This document is specified in EN 809+A1 for noise measurements of the pump (or pump unit).

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This European standard specifies methods and procedures for testing, calculating and determining the Energy Efficiency Index (EEI) of rotodynamic glanded single pump units for pumping clean water, including where integrated in other products.
The pump types and sizes covered by this standard are described in the normative Annex A.

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This document covers pump units consisting of:
-   one single or several rotodynamic water pump(s), including where integrated in other products, and driven by a motor system, consisting of an electrical motor and
-   either a terminal box which only enables to operate the pump unit at constant motor stator frequency and thereby (nearly) constant rotational speed,
-   or a CDM (Complete Drive Module) which enables to operate the pump unit at variable rotational speed depending on a varying demand of flow rate and/or discharge or differential pressure.
NOTE 1   A motor system which consists of an electric motor and a CDM is also called PDS (Power Drive System).
NOTE 2   A CDM is also often called VSD (Variable Speed Drive).
Pump units as defined above are treated as extended products in respect to their energy efficiency.

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This document specifies methods and procedures for testing, calculating and determining the Energy Efficiency Index (EEI) of rotodynamic glanded single pump units for pumping clean water, including where integrated in other products.
The pump types and sizes covered by this document are described in the normative Annex A.

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This document describes a methodology to evaluate energy efficiency performance of pump units based on a non-dimensional numerical value called Energy Efficiency Index (EEI).
This document covers pump units consisting of:
-   one single or several rotodynamic water pump(s), including where integrated in other products, and driven by a motor system, consisting of an electrical motor, and either:
-   a terminal box which only enables to operate the pump unit at constant motor stator frequency and thereby (nearly) constant rotational speed, or
-   a CDM (Complete Drive Module) which enables to operate the pump unit at variable rotational speed depending on a varying demand of flow rate and/or discharge or differential pressure.
NOTE   A CDM is also often called VSD (Variable Speed Drive).
Pump units as defined above are treated as extended products in respect to their energy efficiency.

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IEC 60335-2-51:2019 is available as IEC 60335-2-51:2019 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 60335-2-51:2019 deals with the safety of electric stationary circulation pumps for household and similar purposes intended for use in heating systems or in service water systems, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. The hydraulic and electrical parts of the pump can be in the same enclosure, so that the water flows through the motor and serves as a coolant, or they can be separated. Appliances not intended for normal household use, but that nevertheless may be a source of danger to the public, such as appliances intended to be used by laymen in shops, in light industry and on farms, are within the scope of this standard. As far as is practicable, this standard deals with the common hazards presented by appliances that are encountered by all persons in and around the home. However, in general, it does not take into account
– persons (including children) whose physical, sensory or mental capabilities; or lack of experience and knowledge prevents them from using the appliance safely without supervision or instruction;
– children playing with the appliance.
Attention is drawn to the fact that:
– for appliances intended to be used in vehicles or on board ships or aircraft, additional requirements can be necessary;
– in many countries additional requirements are specified by the national health authorities, the national authorities responsible for the protection of labour and similar authorities.
This standard does not apply to:
– pumps for circulating liquids other than water;
– pumps, other than circulation pumps (IEC 60335-2-41);
– circulation pumps intended exclusively for industrial purposes;
– circulation pumps intended to be used in locations where special conditions prevail, such as the presence of a corrosive or explosive atmosphere (dust, vapour, or gas).
This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2002, Amendment 1:2008 and Amendment 2:2011. This edition constitutes a technical revision.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
– some instructions are no longer required (7.12);
– converted some notes to normative text (7.12.1, 11.3, 11.8);
– new instructions for installation of thermal insulation (7.12.1);
– the leakage current value is modified (Clause A.2).
This part 2 is to be used in conjunction with the latest edition of IEC 60335-1 and its amendments. It was established on the basis of the fifth edition (2010) of that standard.

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This document sets the requirements for conducting and reporting the results of a pumping system
energy assessment (hereafter referenced as “assessment”) that considers the entire pumping system,
from energy inputs to the work performed as the result of these inputs.
The objective of a pumping system energy assessment is to determine the current energy consumption
of an existing system and identify ways to improve system efficiency.
These requirements consist of
— organizing and conducting an assessment,
— analysing the data from the assessment, and
— reporting and documenting assessment findings.
This document is designed to be applied, to open and closed loop pumping systems typically used at
industrial, institutional, commercial, and municipal facilities, when requested.
This document is focused on assessing electrically-driven pumping systems, which are dominant in
most facilities, but is also applicable with other types of drivers, such as steam turbines and engines.
The document does not
a) specify how to design a pumping system,
b) give detailed qualifications and expertise required of the person using the International Standard
although provides a list of body of knowledge in Annex C,
c) address the training or certification of persons,
d) specify how to implement the recommendations developed during the assessment, but does include
requirements for an action plan,
e) specify how to measure and validate the energy savings that result from implementing assessment
recommendations,
f) specify how to make measurements and how to calibrate test equipment used during the
assessment,
g) specify how to estimate the implementation cost or conduct financial analysis for recommendations
developed during the assessment,
h) specify specific steps required for safe operation of equipment during the assessment. The facility
personnel in charge of normal operation of the equipment are responsible for ensuring that it is
operated safely during the data collection phase of the assessment,
i) address issues of intellectual property, security, confidentiality, and safety.

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This document sets the requirements for conducting and reporting the results of a pumping system energy assessment (hereafter referenced as "assessment") that considers the entire pumping system, from energy inputs to the work performed as the result of these inputs.
The objective of a pumping system energy assessment is to determine the current energy consumption of an existing system and identify ways to improve system efficiency.
These requirements consist of
— organizing and conducting an assessment,
— analysing the data from the assessment, and
— reporting and documenting assessment findings.
This document is designed to be applied, to open and closed loop pumping systems typically used at industrial, institutional, commercial, and municipal facilities, when requested.
This document is focused on assessing electrically-driven pumping systems, which are dominant in most facilities, but is also applicable with other types of drivers, such as steam turbines and engines. The document does not
a) specify how to design a pumping system,
b) give detailed qualifications and expertise required of the person using the International Standard although provides a list of body of knowledge in Annex C,
c) address the training or certification of persons,
d) specify how to implement the recommendations developed during the assessment, but does include requirements for an action plan,
e) specify how to measure and validate the energy savings that result from implementing assessment recommendations,
f) specify how to make measurements and how to calibrate test equipment used during the assessment,
g) specify how to estimate the implementation cost or conduct financial analysis for recommendations developed during the assessment,
h) specify specific steps required for safe operation of equipment during the assessment. The facility personnel in charge of normal operation of the equipment are responsible for ensuring that it is operated safely during the data collection phase of the assessment,
i) address issues of intellectual property, security, confidentiality, and safety.

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This document sets the requirements for conducting and reporting the results of a pumping system energy assessment (hereafter referenced as "assessment") that considers the entire pumping system, from energy inputs to the work performed as the result of these inputs. The objective of a pumping system energy assessment is to determine the current energy consumption of an existing system and identify ways to improve system efficiency. These requirements consist of — organizing and conducting an assessment, — analysing the data from the assessment, and — reporting and documenting assessment findings. This document is designed to be applied, to open and closed loop pumping systems typically used at industrial, institutional, commercial, and municipal facilities, when requested. This document is focused on assessing electrically-driven pumping systems, which are dominant in most facilities, but is also applicable with other types of drivers, such as steam turbines and engines. The document does not a) specify how to design a pumping system, b) give detailed qualifications and expertise required of the person using the International Standard although provides a list of body of knowledge in Annex C, c) address the training or certification of persons, d) specify how to implement the recommendations developed during the assessment, but does include requirements for an action plan, e) specify how to measure and validate the energy savings that result from implementing assessment recommendations, f) specify how to make measurements and how to calibrate test equipment used during the assessment, g) specify how to estimate the implementation cost or conduct financial analysis for recommendations developed during the assessment, h) specify specific steps required for safe operation of equipment during the assessment. The facility personnel in charge of normal operation of the equipment are responsible for ensuring that it is operated safely during the data collection phase of the assessment, i) address issues of intellectual property, security, confidentiality, and safety.

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This document describes hydraulic performance tests (including cavitation tests) using a small size pump (centrifugal, mixed flow or axial pump, hereinafter referred to as a "model pump"). This document is used for pump acceptance tests with a geometrically similar model pump to guarantee the performance of a large size pump manufactured for practical use (hereinafter, a "prototype pump"). This document, however does not preclude a temporary assembly inspection or other tests on the prototype pump. Moreover, it is preferable to conduct the tests with prototype pumps unless — the capacity of the pump, namely its flow rate and/or its power input, is beyond the limitations of the test facility, though it is difficult to set a criterion for carrying out a model pump test instead of the prototype pump test in terms of the volume rate of flow or the power input, — a part of the pump is to be constructed by concrete walls and reproduction of the whole assembly is impractical, — model tests are specified by the purchaser, or — it is difficult to carry out the prototype pump test due to any other reasons. This document applies to performance tests under steady operating conditions corresponding to the prototype pump.

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This standard specifies the minimum requirements for the design, manufacture and testing of pumps for cryogenic service (i.e. for operation with cryogenic fluids below -10°C). This standard covers centrifugal pumps. However the principles may be applied to other types of pumps (e.g. reciprocating). This standard also gives guidance on the design of installations. (See annex A). It does not specify requirements on operation or maintenance.

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This European Standard covers glanded water pumps for pumping clean water, including where integrated in other products. Pumps designed and produced as low duty pumps for pressures up to 16 bar for end suction pumps and up to 25 bar for multistage pumps, temperatures between -10 and +120°C, for clean water, in all kinds of material.

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This European Standard specifies performance requirements (methods and procedures for testing and calculating) for determining the Minimum Efficiency Index (MEI) of rotodynamic glanded water pumps for pumping clean water, including where integrated in other products.
The pump types and sizes covered by this standard are described in the Annex A. These pumps are designed and produced as duty pumps for pressures up to 16 bar for end suction pumps and up to 25 bar for multistage pumps, temperatures between -10 °C and +120 °C and 4" or 6" size for submersible multistage pumps at operating temperatures within a range of 0 °C and 90 °C.
In addition, this standard specifies how the value of the Minimum Efficiency Index (MEI) of a pump size indicated by the manufacturer can be checked by market surveillance.
Even if it is left free to the manufacturer of a pump size how to prove the rated value of the Minimum Efficiency Index (MEI), nevertheless this standard specifies a method to prove that this rated value meets the requirements within the confidence intervals with a sufficiently high probability.

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ISO 24490:2016 specifies the minimum requirements for the design, manufacture and testing of pumps for cryogenic service.
ISO 24490:2016 is applicable to centrifugal pumps. However, it can be applied to other types of cryogenic pumps (e.g. reciprocating pumps), where applicable.
This International Standard also gives guidance on the design of installations (see Annex A).
It does not specify requirements for operation or maintenance.
NOTE For cryogenic fluids, see ISO 21029‑1, ISO 20421‑1 and/or ISO 21009‑1.

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This document gives details of a test procedure for packings to be used to seal the stuffing boxes of centrifugal pumps. It gives provisions on the design of test equipment, standard test parameters and reporting criteria. It does not specify performance criteria which should be agreed between supplier and customer, but does define 3 tightness classes.
When necessary, this document is also applicable to packings used on other rotary equipment such as mixers and agitators.

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This European Standard gives details of a test procedure for packings to be used to seal the stuffing boxes of centrifugal pumps. It gives provisions on the design of test equipment, standard test parameters and reporting criteria. It does not specify performance criteria which should be agreed between supplier and customer, but does define 3 tightness classes.
When necessary, this European Standard is also applicable to packings used on other rotary equipment such as mixers and agitators.

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This project is to develop a series of standards covering electrical submersible pumps and associated equipment. This International Standard provides requirements for the design, design verification and validation, manufacturing and data control, performance ratings, functional evaluation, repair, handling and storage of electrical submersible pumps for downhole use in the petroleum and natural gas industry. Parts to this document series are expected to be pumps, motors, cables, motor seals, and system testing. The order in which the parts will be developed will be determined by the taskgroup.

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This European Standard specifies a test code for the vibro-acoustic characterization of glandless circulators
with pump housing having a rated power input P1 ≤ 200W, intended to be used in heating installations,
domestic hot water service installations and cooling systems, and is limited to glandless circulators with
threaded connections of 11/2 inch. The test code comprises the test rig, the measurement method and the
test conditions.
This European Standard applies to glandless circulators, which are manufactured after the date of issue of
this European Standard.
The characterization principle is based on measuring the structure-borne and the fluid-borne power
transmitted respectively by vibration and pressure fluctuations in the pipe connected to a glandless circulator.

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This European Standard specifies a test code for the vibro-acoustic characterization of glandless circulators with pump housing having a rated power input P1 ≤ 200W, intended to be used in heating installations, domestic hot water service installations and cooling systems, and is limited to glandless circulators with threaded connections of 11/2 inch. The test code comprises the test rig, the measurement method and the test conditions.
This European Standard applies to glandless circulators, which are manufactured after the date of issue of this European Standard.
The characterization principle is based on measuring the structure-borne and the fluid-borne power transmitted respectively by vibration and pressure fluctuations in the pipe connected to a glandless circulator.

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This International Standard specifies performance requirements for battery powered pumps used for personal sampling of chemical and biological agents in workplace air. It also specifies test methods in order to determine the performance characteristics of such pumps under prescribed laboratory conditions. This International Standard is applicable to battery powered pumps having a nominal volume flow rate above 10 ml ⋅ min−1, as used with combinations of sampler and collection substrate for sampling of gases, vapours, dusts, fumes, mists and fibres. This International Standard is primarily intended for flow-controlled pumps.

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Covers class III requirements for centrifugal pumps or single stage, multistage, horizontal or vertical construction, coupled or closecoupled, with any drive and any installation for general application. Includes design features concerned with installation, maintenance and safety of such pumps including baseplate, coupling and auxiliary piping by excluding the drive, if it is not an integral part of the pump.

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Consist of a basic text covering general requirements. The technical requirements refer only to the pump unit. Includes design features concerned with installation, maintenance and safety of such pumps, including baseplate, coupling and auxiliary piping. The selection of the class to be used is made in accordance with the technical requirements for the application for which the pump is intended. The class chosen is to be agreed between purchaser and manufacturer/supplier.

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ISO 13137:2013 specifies performance requirements for battery powered pumps used for personal sampling of chemical and biological agents in workplace air. It also specifies test methods in order to determine the performance characteristics of such pumps under prescribed laboratory conditions.
ISO 13137:2013 is applicable to battery powered pumps having a nominal volume flow rate above 10 ml ⋅ min−1, as used with combinations of sampler and collection substrate for sampling of gases, vapours, dusts, fumes, mists and fibres.
ISO 13137:2013 is primarily intended for flow-controlled pumps.

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This European Standard specifies the procedure for calculating the energy efficiency index (EEI) of standalone circulators.

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This European Standard specifies the procedure for calculating the energy efficiency index (EEI) of circulators integrated in products.

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This European Standard specifies general performance requirements and general requirements and procedures for testing and calculation of the energy efficiency index (EEI) for glandless circulators having a rated hydraulic output power of between 1 W and 2500 W designed for use in heating systems or cooling distribution systems. All known hazards which are likely to occur at normal installation and operation are covered by the European Standards EN 809 and EN 60335-2-51. As regards safety for electro-technical parts of circulators, EN 60335-2-51 applies.

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IEC 60335-2-41:2012 deals with the safety of electric pumps for liquids having a temperature not exceeding 90 °C, intended for household and similar purposes, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. Examples of appliances within the scope of this standard are aquarium pumps, pumps for garden ponds, shower-boost pumps, sludge pumps, submersible pumps, table fountain pumps and vertical wet pit pumps. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2002 including its Amendment 1 (2004) and its Amendment 2 (2009). It constitutes a technical revision. The principal changes in this edition as compared with the third edition of IEC 60335-2-41 are as follows:
- added a normative reference to IEC 60364-7-702 and updated the title for IEC 60364-7-701,
- clarified the normal operation for pumps in 3.1.9,
- added requirements for deep well pumps in 3.105 and 25.8,
- modified 15.102 to indicate that the tube connecting the inlet to the outlet may go via a tank containing a suitable volume of water so as to avoid overheating the pump,
- deleted references in the bibliography and deleted or converted to normative the notes from 7.1, 22.101, and 22.106. The attention of National Committees is drawn to the fact that equipment manufacturers and testing organizations may need a transitional period following publication of a new, amended or revised IEC publication in which to make products in accordance with the new requirements and to equip themselves for conducting new or revised tests. It is the recommendation of the committee that the content of this publication be adopted for implementation nationally not earlier than 12 months or later than 36 months from the date of publication. Keywords: Pumps, submersible, sludge, shower-boost.

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This European Standard specifies the procedure for calculating the energy efficiency index (EEI) of standalone circulators.

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This European Standard specifies the procedure for calculating the energy efficiency index (EEI) of circulators integrated in products.

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This European Standard specifies general performance requirements and general requirements and procedures for testing and calculation of the energy efficiency index (EEI) for glandless circulators having a rated hydraulic output power of between 1 W and 2500 W designed for use in heating systems or cooling distribution systems.
All known hazards which are likely to occur at normal installation and operation are covered by the European Standards EN 809 and EN 60335-2-51.
As regards safety for electro-technical parts of circulators, EN 60335-2-51 applies.

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This part of ISO 17769 specifies terms, letter symbols and units related to the flow of liquids through rotodynamic and positive displacement liquid pumps and associated installations. It serves as a means of clarifying communications between the installation designer, manufacturer, operator and plant constructor. This part of ISO 17769 identifies the units in common usage, but all additional legal units can be used. This part of ISO 17769 deals mainly with pumping systems. NOTE 1 For ease of use, some definitions already available in ISO 17769-1 are repeated. This part of ISO 17769 is not concerned with terms, letter symbols and units referring to the component parts of rotodynamic and positive displacement pumps and installations. Whenever possible, symbols and definitions conform to those used in ISO 80000-1, with further explanations where these are deemed appropriate. Some deviations have been incorporated for reasons of consistency.

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This International Standard deals with terms, letter symbols and units related to the flow of liquids through rotodynamic and positive displacement liquid pumps and associated installations. It serves as a means of clarifying communications between the installation designer, manufacturer, operator and plant constructor. This International Standard identifies the units in common usage but, all other legal units can be used. This International Standard deals solely with conditions described by positive values for the rate of flow and pump head. The definitions are set out showing first the most common form of a quantity followed by some frequently used variants. Other variants can be constructed and appropriate symbols evolved using the symbols and subscripts shown. Prefixes such as "working" and "design" can also be applied to the defined quantities. This International Standard is not concerned with terms, letter symbols and units referring to the component parts of rotodynamic and positive-displacement pumps and installations. Whenever possible, symbols and definitions conform to those used in ISO 31-0 and ISO 1000, with further explanations where these are deemed appropriate. Some deviations have been incorporated for reasons of consistency.

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IEC 60335-2-67:2012 deals with the safety of powered floor treatment machines intended for commercial indoor or outdoor use for the following applications: - scrubbing, - wet or dry pick-up, - polishing and dry buffing, - application of wax, sealing products and powder based detergents, - shampooing, - stripping, grinding and scarifying of floors with an artificial surface. Their cleaning motion is more lateral or periodic than linear. This standard applies to machines for commercial use. The following list, although not comprehensive, gives an indication of locations that are included in the scope: - public use areas such as hotels, schools, hospitals; - industrial locations, for example factories and manufacturing shops; - retail outlets, for example shops and supermarkets; - business premises, for example offices and banks; - all uses other than normal housekeeping purposes. They are not equipped with a traction drive. The following power systems are covered: - internal combustion engines, - mains powered motors up to a rated voltage of 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances, - battery-powered motors. Battery powered machines may be equipped with a built-in battery charger. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2002 and its Amendment 1 (2005). It constitutes a technical revision. The principal changes in this edition as compared with the third edition of IEC 60335-2-67 are as follows (minor changes are not listed): - the title has been changed for better distinction with regard to IEC 60335-2-72; - the scope has been revised editorially to avoid misunderstandings; - terms and definitions has been revised with regard to the requirements revised; - the standard has been revised in general and updated regarding state-of-the-art, as far as necessary, in particular some changes have been made to Clauses 15, 22 and 25; - a new Annex BB (LPG requirements) was added; - a new Annex CC 'Emission of acoustical noise' was added; - and a new Annex DD 'Emission of vibration' was added. Keywords: Floor treatment machine; Water-suction cleaning machine

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ISO 17769-2:2012 specifies terms, letter symbols and units related to the flow of liquids through rotodynamic and positive displacement liquid pumps and associated installations. It serves as a means of clarifying communications between the installation designer, manufacturer, operator and plant constructor.
ISO 17769-2:2012 identifies the units in common usage, but all additional legal units can be used.
ISO 17769-2:2012 deals mainly with pumping systems.

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ISO 17769-1:2012 specifies terms, letter symbols and units related to the flow of liquids through rotodynamic and positive displacement liquid pumps and associated installations. It serves as a means of clarifying communications between the installation designer, manufacturer, operator and plant constructor. It identifies the units in common usage, but all additional legal units can be used.
ISO 17769-1:2012 deals solely with conditions described by positive values for the rate of flow and pump head.

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This International Standard specifies hydraulic performance tests for customers’ acceptance of rotodynamic pumps (centrifugal, mixed flow and axial pumps, hereinafter “pumps”). This International Standard is intended to be used for pump acceptance testing at pump test facilities, such as manufacturers’ pump test facilities or laboratories. It can be applied to pumps of any size and to any pumped liquids which behave as clean, cold water. This International Standard specifies three levels of acceptance: - grades 1B, 1E and 1U with tighter tolerance; - grades 2B and 2U with broader tolerance; - grade 3B with even broader tolerance. This International Standard applies either to a pump itself without any fittings or to a combination of a pump associated with all or part of its upstream and/or downstream fittings.

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This European Standard deals with the special technical safety requirements for liquid pumps and pump units operating with agrifood-stuff. This European Standard is intended to be used with EN 809 to give the additional requirements for hazards arising from the pumping of substances intended for human and domestic animal consumption (see Clause 4).
This European Standard also establishes requirements and/or measures for the reduction of reduction of the risks during use, including misuse foreseeable by the manufacturer.
This European Standard is not intended to be used for pumps and pump units at any stage in the public water supply, nor for pumps handling pharmaceutical products, nor for any other application for which more appropriate standards exist.
The pumps and pump units covered by this European Standard are the following:
-   rotodynamic pumps;
-   rotary positive displacement pumps;
-   reciprocating positive displacement pumps.
Pumps dealing with agrifood-stuff which are not indicated in this scope are potentially covered by
EN 1672-2:2005+A1:2009.
This document is not applicable to liquid pumps for agrifoodstuff applications which are manufactured before the date of its publication as an EN.

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ISO 9906:2012 specifies hydraulic performance tests for customers' acceptance of rotodynamic pumps (centrifugal, mixed flow and axial pumps). It is intended to be used for pump acceptance testing at pump test facilities, such as manufacturers' pump test facilities or laboratories. ISO 9906:2012 can be applied to pumps of any size and to any pumped liquids which behave as clean, cold water.
It specifies three levels of acceptance:
grades 1B, 1E and 1U with tighter tolerance;
grades 2B and 2U with broader tolerance;
grade 3B with even broader tolerance.
It applies either to a pump itself without any fittings or to a combination of a pump associated with all or part of its upstream and/or downstream fittings.

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ISO 9906:2012 specifies hydraulic performance tests for customers' acceptance of rotodynamic pumps (centrifugal, mixed flow and axial pumps). It is intended to be used for pump acceptance testing at pump test facilities, such as manufacturers' pump test facilities or laboratories. ISO 9906:2012 can be applied to pumps of any size and to any pumped liquids which behave as clean, cold water. It specifies three levels of acceptance: grades 1B, 1E and 1U with tighter tolerance; grades 2B and 2U with broader tolerance; grade 3B with even broader tolerance. It applies either to a pump itself without any fittings or to a combination of a pump associated with all or part of its upstream and/or downstream fittings.

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This European Standard deals with the special technical safety requirements for liquid pumps and pump units operating with agrifood-stuff. This European Standard is intended to be used with EN 809 to give the additional requirements for hazards arising from the pumping of substances intended for human and domestic animal consumption (see Clause 4).
This European Standard also establishes requirements and/or measures for the reduction of risks during use, including misuse foreseeable by the manufacturer.
This European Standard is not intended to be used for pumps and pump units at any stage in the public water supply, nor for pumps handling pharmaceutical products, nor for any other application for which more appropriate standards exist.
The pumps and pump units covered by this European Standard are the following:
- rotodynamic pumps;
- rotary positive displacement pumps;
- reciprocating positive displacement pumps.
Pumps dealing with agrifood-stuff which are not indicated in this scope are potentially covered by
EN 1672-2:2005+A1:2009.
This document is not applicable to liquid pumps for agrifoodstuff applications which are manufactured before the date of its publication as an EN.

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