This European Standard defines the requirements and test methods applicable to factory applied extruded polyethylene coatings for the external corrosion protection of ductile iron pipes conforming to EN 545, EN 598 and EN 969 for use at operating temperatures up to 50 °C.
This European Standard does not cover ductile iron pipes protected with thin PE sleeve. Special works at site like drilling, tapping etc. may influence the corrosion protection properties. Those job steps shall be included in the instructions of pipe saddle and accessory manufacturers and all other essential installation instructions. These instructions are not part of this European Standard.

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This document describes all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relating to plating and
anodizing lines, when used as intended and in compliance with the foreseeable conditions of the
manufacturer. In addition, procedures for testing and measuring safety requirements, marking of
equipment and minimum operation requirements are specified.
For reference to plating lines and anodizing lines the term plating line is used in this document.
This document applies to the design and construction of plating lines and anodizing lines including their
transporter systems for surface treatment of industrial products by means of inorganic or organic
electrolytes or by means of other process chemistries.
Plating lines and anodizing lines in terms of this standard are arrangements of process tanks for:
— electrolytic treatment of work pieces (e.g. electrocleaning, passivation, electroetching, burnishing,
electrolytic polishing and brightening, drying);
— wet chemical treatment of work pieces (e.g. degreasing, passivation, chemical polishing, etching,
pickling, blackening);
— electrolytic and electro-less metal deposition, even on non-metallic work pieces made electrically
conductive by corresponding treatment;
— changing of substance composition on the surface of metallic work pieces e.g. burnishing, blackening,
phosphatizing, chromating and;
— anodizing (anodic oxidation);
including rinsing tanks and the corresponding transporter equipment (e.g. transporter systems, handling
gantry, bean, etc.), where the products are lifted in and out of tanks.
This document distinguishes between the following types of plating lines:
— Type 1: manual lines;
— Type 2: semi-automatic lines;
— Type 3: fully automatic lines.
Furthermore, it specifies equipment marking and requirements on user information.
This document does not deal with hazards resulting from plating linesparts above category 1 of PED
(Pressure Equipment Directive).
This document is not applicable to:
— transporter systems of carrousel lines (see EN 618 and EN 15095);
— equipment for the preparation and treatment of water and waste water;
— machinery for dip coating and electro-deposition of organic liquid coating material (EN 12581);
— horizontal plating lines (e.g. printed circuit board, etching, reel to reel, continuous plating lines);
— machinery for surface cleaning and surface pre-treatment of industrial items using liquids or vapours
(EN 12921-1, EN 12921-2, EN 12921-3, EN 12921-4).
NOTE Machinery for surface cleaning and surface pre-treatment (EN 12921 series) could be part of a plating
line.

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ISO 18797-1:2016 specifies the minimum requirements for materials selection, surface preparation, application, inspection, testing, qualification and acceptance criteria of external coating for steel risers pipes used in the splash zone, their field joints and clamps/guides, using an elastomeric protective coating based on polychloroprene, EPDM or equivalent. This is applicable for new construction and repair of applied pipes before installation. Maintenance requirements and field repairs are covered in ISO 18797-2.
ISO 18797-1:2016 also specifies the requirements for transportation, handling and storage of riser pipes before and after surface preparation and coating application.

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ISO 19207:2016 specifies the classification method of adhesive strength for thermal spray coatings at room temperature by using Vickers hardness testing machine. It classifies the adhesive strength, called adhesion index, evaluated from the maximum indentation force without visible cracking, and it is applicable for relative dense metal coatings, ceramic coatings and cermet coatings. It can be used within comparison within each coating system. The indentation method is not recommended for very thin and very porous coatings and also for the coating system with lower cohesion strength than adhesion strength. It is recommended that this test method can be applied for a coating of which porosity is less than approximately 15 %.

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ISO 18535:2016 specifies a procedure for and provides guidance on the determination of the coefficient of friction and the specific wear rate of diamond-like carbon (DLC) films. The method specifies that the materials are tested under dry conditions in pairs in a ball-on-disc configuration. The results of the tests are not applicable when DLC-coated parts operate in a lubricated environment.

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This European Standard specifies standardised conditions for the determination, declaration and verification of airborne noise emission of the following surface treatment equipment:
-  machinery for cleaning and pre-treatment of industrial item surfaces (see EN 12921-1, EN 12921-2, EN 12921-3, EN 12921-4);
-  machinery for the supply and/or circulation of coating materials under pressure (see EN 12621, EN 12757-1);
-  atomising and spraying equipment for coating materials (see EN 1953, EN 50050-1, EN 50050-2, EN 50050-3, EN 50059, EN 50176, EN 50177, EN 50348);
-  coating plants (see EN 12215, EN 12581, EN 12981, EN 13355, EN 50223);
-  dryers, ovens and evaporating equipment (see EN 1539);
-  thermal cleaning plants (incinerators) for exhaust gas from surface treatment plants (see EN 12753);
-  dry-ice blasting equipment.
For the above surface treatment machinery, this European Standard gives provisions for the determination of
-  emission sound pressure levels at workstations and/or other specified positions and
-  sound power levels.
This European Standard specifies noise emission measurement methods, installation/mounting and operation conditions that shall be used for the test. The use of this document ensures the reproducibility of the determination of the noise emission characteristics within specified limits determined by the grade of accuracy of the basic noise emission measurement method used (see Clauses 4 and 5). Noise emission measurement methods allowed by this document are engineering methods (grade 2) and survey methods (grade 3).
This European Standard does not apply to machines not explicitly listed in the scope
-  plating machinery,
-  plasma surface treatment machinery,
-  printing, paper converting and paper making machinery and auxiliary equipment (see EN 13023),
-  abrasive blasting machinery see EN 1265.

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This European Standard specifies standardized conditions for the determination, declaration and verification of airborne noise emission of the following surface treatment equipment:
-   machinery for cleaning and pre-treatment of industrial item surfaces (see EN 12921 1, EN 12921 2, EN 12921 3, EN 12921 4);
-   phosphating machinery;
-   plating machinery;
-   plasma surface treatment machinery;
-   machinery for the supply and/or circulation of coating materials under pressure (see EN 12621, EN 12757 1);
-   atomizing and spraying equipment for coating materials (see EN 1953, EN 50050 1, EN 50050 2, EN 50050 3, EN 50059, EN 50176, EN 50177, EN 50348);
-   coating plants (see EN 12215, EN 12581, EN 12981, EN 13355, EN 50223);
-   dryers, ovens and evaporating equipment (see EN 1539);
-   thermal cleaning plants (incinerators) for exhaust gas from surface treatment plants (see EN 12753);
-   dry-ice blasting equipment.
For the above surface treatment machinery, this European Standard gives provisions for the determination of
-   emission sound pressure levels at workstations and/or other specified positions and
-   sound power levels.
This European Standard specifies noise emission measurement methods, mounting and operating conditions that shall be used for the test. The use of this document ensures the reproducibility of the determination of the noise emission characteristics within specified limits determined by the grade of accuracy of the basic noise emission measurement method used (see Clause 4 and Clause 5). Noise emission measurement methods allowed by this document are engineering methods (grade 2) and survey methods (grade 3).
This European Standard does not apply to machines not explicitly listed in the scope:
-   printing, paper converting and paper making machinery and auxiliary equipment (see EN 13023);
-   abrasive blasting machinery see EN 1265.

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This European Standard specifies the methodology for laboratory evaluation of the performance of water repellent products on porous inorganic materials.
It is based on the measurement of several parameters which assess the performance of the product using standard test methods before and after ageing.
NOTE   Acceptable performance within the laboratory does not constitute a blanket endorsement of application in every conservation situation. It is recommended that the particular context of the heritage object, including such factors as material designation, state of conservation, exposure, salt content and problems related to water ingress are further investigated.

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This European Standard is applicable to thermal cleaning systems for exhaust gas from surface treatment equipment/systems as given below in which the concentration of exhaust gas to be cleaned (for the purpose of this European Standard, named "process gas") at the inlet to the thermal cleaning system is safely limited within the concentration ranges given in 5.2.2.2. Surface treatment equipment includes: dryers according to EN 1539, curing equipment; flash-off areas; coating plants (e.g. closed spray booths, open fronted spray booths); machines using flammable solvents for the pre-treatment and cleaning of products or equipment (e.g. barrels, tins, cans or containers); related solvent handling equipment.

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This European Standard is applicable to thermal cleaning systems for exhaust gas from surface treatment equipment/systems as given below in which the concentration of exhaust gas to be cleaned (for the purpose of this European Standard, named "process gas") at the inlet to the thermal cleaning system is safely limited within the concentration ranges given in 5.2.2.2.
Surface treatment equipment includes:
-   dryers according to EN 1539, curing equipment;
-   flash-off areas;
-   coating plants (e.g. closed spray booths, open fronted spray booths);
-   machines using flammable solvents for the pre-treatment and cleaning of products or equipment (e.g. barrels, tins, cans or containers);
-   related solvent handling equipment.
This European Standard deals only with the significant hazards from fire and explosion and hazards generated by residual process gases as listed in Clause 4, when used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer.
The types of thermal cleaning systems covered in this European Standard are
-   direct combustion, and
-   catalytic combustion
(see definitions in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2).
This European Standard applies in conjunction with the relevant requirements of EN 746-1 and EN 746-2.
For the purpose of this European Standard a thermal cleaning system for process gas contains the following components: fan(s), heat exchanger, process space, main and supporting burner, injection system, power driven dampers, control and power circuits joined together for the processing of flammable substances, predominantly volatile organic compounds, by effecting oxidation.
NOTE    Thermal cleaning equipment is usually integrated with systems as covered by e.g. EN 1010-1, EN 1539, EN 12215, EN 12921-1 or EN 12921-3.
1.2   This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   thermal paint removal systems;
-   pyrolytic systems.

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This document specifies the selection criteria and minimum requirements for protective coating systems for field maintenance and repair of risers exposed to conditions in the splash zone.
This document does not cover the selection of techniques and materials used to restore integrity of the risers to be coated.
This document neither covers the selection of additional mechanical protective materials that are not part of the described coating systems included in this document.

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A common language for standards, disclosed to a wide audience and referring only to the operational protocols and to their outcomes, is needed both for a consistent set of standards and the connection with the scientific literature. This glossary will take into account existing glossary of terms used in photocatalysis and photochemistry. Because in photocatalysis numerous properties are difficult to be evaluated, it is strongly recommended in standard norms to avoid reporting properties depending on number of actives sites, the mechanisms of adsorption or kinetic mechanisms of photocatalytic reactions. For the same reason instead of the quantum yield and related quantities it is easier to report the photonic efficiency.
Most of the definitions reported in this document are a sub-set of the IUPAC definitions in photocatalysis and radiocatalysis [1]. Some other definitions, in particular for the photocatalytic rate and reactors are taken from a dedicated work [2]. The use and many technical specifications on the physical values suggested for irradiation conditions in the standards are reported in a separate Technical Specification [3].
The arrangement of entries is alphabetical, and the criterion adopted by the IUPAC has been followed for the typeface used: italicized words in a definition or following it indicate a cross-reference in the Glossary.

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A common language for standards, disclosed to a wide audience and referring only to the operational protocols and to their outcomes, is needed both for a consistent set of standards and the connection with the scientific literature. This glossary will take into account existing glossary of terms used in photocatalysis and photochemistry. Because in photocatalysis numerous properties are difficult to be evaluated, it is strongly recommended in standard norms to avoid reporting properties depending on number of actives sites, the mechanisms of adsorption or kinetic mechanisms of photocatalytic reactions. For the same reason instead of the quantum yield and related quantities it is easier to report the photonic efficiency.
Most of the definitions reported in this document are a sub-set of the IUPAC definitions in photocatalysis and radiocatalysis [1]. Some other definitions, in particular for the photocatalytic rate and reactors are taken from a dedicated work [2]. The use and many technical specifications on the physical values suggested for irradiation conditions in the standards are reported in a separate Technical Specification [3].
The arrangement of entries is alphabetical, and the criterion adopted by the IUPAC has been followed for the typeface used: italicized words in a definition or following it indicate a cross-reference in the Glossary.

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This European Standard defines the requirements and test methods applicable to factory applied extruded polyethylene coatings for the external corrosion protection of ductile iron pipes conforming to EN 545, EN 598 and EN 969 for use at operating temperatures up to 50 °C.
This European Standard does not cover ductile iron pipes protected with thin PE sleeve. Special works at site like drilling, tapping etc. may influence the corrosion protection properties. Those job steps shall be included in the instructions of pipe saddle and accessory manufacturers and all other essential installation instructions. These instructions are not part of this European Standard.

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This document specifies all the information necessary to carry out efficiently and under standardised conditions the determination, declaration and verification of the airborne noise emission of surface treatment machines as stated in Annex A. Surface treatment machines include but are not limited to
-   machines for cleaning and pre-treatment of industrial item surfaces,
-   machinery for coating and colour mixing,
-   coating plants
and
-   dryers, ovens and evaporating equipment.
This document describes the determination of emission sound pressure levels at work stations or other specified positions as well as the determination of sound power levels for surface treatment machines as stated in Annex A. This can be small single units (e.g. handheld atomising spraying equipment) and also complex machines with large dimensions (e.g. machines for cleaning and pre-treatment of industrial item surfaces, spray booths, dryers), which could also be linked.
In case of very large machines as defined in 3.10 the determination of sound power level may be very complicated or cannot be done with a reasonable amount of work. Therefore in this document, the measurement for very large machines is simplified by determining an averaged emission sound pressure level instead of the sound power level.
This document specifies noise measurement methods, installation/mounting and operation conditions that shall be used for the test. The use of this document ensures the reproducibility of the determination of the noise emission characteristics within specified limits determined by the grade of accuracy of the basic noise measurement method used (see 5.1 and 6.1). Noise measurement methods allowed by this document are engineering methods (grade 2) and survey methods (grade 3).
For continuous flow dryers for paper, board and foil (see EN 13023).
This document applies to surface treatment machines manufactured after the date of issue of this document.

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This document specifies all the information necessary to carry out efficiently and under standardised conditions the determination, declaration and verification of the airborne noise emission of surface treatment machines as stated in Annex A. Surface treatment machines include but are not limited to
-   machines for cleaning and pre-treatment of industrial item surfaces,
-   machinery for coating and colour mixing,
-   coating plants
and
-   dryers, ovens and evaporating equipment.
This document describes the determination of emission sound pressure levels at work stations or other specified positions as well as the determination of sound power levels for surface treatment machines as stated in Annex A. This can be small single units (e.g. handheld atomising spraying equipment) and also complex machines with large dimensions (e.g. machines for cleaning and pre-treatment of industrial item surfaces, spray booths, dryers), which could also be linked.
In case of very large machines as defined in 3.10 the determination of sound power level may be very complicated or cannot be done with a reasonable amount of work. Therefore in this document, the measurement for very large machines is simplified by determining an averaged emission sound pressure level instead of the sound power level.
This document specifies noise measurement methods, installation/mounting and operation conditions that shall be used for the test. The use of this document ensures the reproducibility of the determination of the noise emission characteristics within specified limits determined by the grade of accuracy of the basic noise measurement method used (see 5.1 and 6.1). Noise measurement methods allowed by this document are engineering methods (grade 2) and survey methods (grade 3).
For continuous flow dryers for paper, board and foil (see EN 13023).
This document applies to surface treatment machines manufactured after the date of issue of this document.

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1.1   This document is applicable to thermal cleaning systems for exhaust gas from surface treatment equipment/systems as given below in which the concentration of exhaust gas to be cleaned (for the purpose of this document, named "process gas") at the inlet to the thermal cleaning system is safely limited within the concentration ranges given in 5.2.1.2.
Surface treatment equipment includes:
-   dryers according to EN 1539, curing equipment;
-   flash-off areas;
-   coating plants (e.g. closed spray booths, open fronted spray booths);
-   machines using flammable solvents for the pre-treatment and cleaning of products or equipment (e.g. barrels, tins, cans or containers);
-   related solvent handling equipment.
This document deals only with the significant hazards from fire and explosion as listed in Clause 4, when used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer.
The types of thermal cleaning systems covered in this document are
-   direct combustion, and
-   catalytic combustion
(see definitions in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2).
This document shall be used in conjunction with the relevant requirements of EN 746-1 and EN 746-2.
For the purpose of this document a thermal cleaning system for process gas contains the following components: fan(s), heat exchanger, process space, main and supporting burner, injection system, power driven dampers, control and power circuits joined together for the processing of flammable substances, predominantly volatile organic compounds, by effecting oxidation.
NOTE    Thermal cleaning equipment is usually integrated with systems as covered by e.g. EN 1010, EN 1539, EN 12215, prEN 12921-1 or prEN 12921-3.
1.2   This document is not applicable to:
-   thermal paint removal systems;
-   pyrolytic systems.
1.3   This document is not applicable to thermal cleaning systems which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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1.1   This document is applicable to thermal cleaning systems for exhaust gas from surface treatment equipment/systems as given below in which the concentration of exhaust gas to be cleaned (for the purpose of this document, named "process gas") at the inlet to the thermal cleaning system is safely limited within the concentration ranges given in 5.2.1.2.
Surface treatment equipment includes:
-   dryers according to EN 1539, curing equipment;
-   flash-off areas;
-   coating plants (e.g. closed spray booths, open fronted spray booths);
-   machines using flammable solvents for the pre-treatment and cleaning of products or equipment (e.g. barrels, tins, cans or containers);
-   related solvent handling equipment.
This document deals only with the significant hazards from fire and explosion as listed in Clause 4, when used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer.
The types of thermal cleaning systems covered in this document are
-   direct combustion, and
-   catalytic combustion
(see definitions in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2).
This document shall be used in conjunction with the relevant requirements of EN 746-1 and EN 746-2.
For the purpose of this document a thermal cleaning system for process gas contains the following components: fan(s), heat exchanger, process space, main and supporting burner, injection system, power driven dampers, control and power circuits joined together for the processing of flammable substances, predominantly volatile organic compounds, by effecting oxidation.
NOTE    Thermal cleaning equipment is usually integrated with systems as covered by e.g. EN 1010, EN 1539, EN 12215, prEN 12921-1 or prEN 12921-3.
1.2   This document is not applicable to:
-   thermal paint removal systems;
-   pyrolytic systems.
1.3   This document is not applicable to thermal cleaning systems which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This standard specifies all the information necessary to carry out efficiently and under standardised conditions the determination, declaration and verification of the airborne noise emission of surface treatment machines as stated in annex A. Surface treatment machines include such as but not limited to
3 machines for cleaning and pretreatment of industrial item surfaces,
3 machinery for coating and colour mixing,
3 coating plants
and
3 dryers, ovens and evaporating equipment.
This standard describes the determination of emission sound pressure levels at work stations or other specified positions as well as the determination of sound power levels for surface treatment machines as stated in annex A. This can be small single units (e.g. handheld atomising spraying equipment) and also complex machines with large dimensions (e.g. machines for cleaning and pretreatment of industrial item surfaces, spray booths, dryers), which could also be linked.
In case of very large machines as defined in 3.10 the determination of sound power level may be very complicated or cannot be done with a reasonable amount of work. Therefore in this standard, the measurement for very large machines is simplified by determining an averaged emission sound pressure level instead of the sound power level.
This standard specifies noise measurement methods, installation/mounting and operation conditions that shall be used for the test. The use of this standard ensures the reproducibility of the determination of the noise emission characteristics within specified limits determined by the grade of accuracy of the basic noise measurement method used (see 5.1 and 6.1). Noise measurement methods allowed by this standard are engineering methods (grade 2) and survey methods (grade 3).
For continuous flow dryers for paper, board and foil  (see prEN 13023).
This standard applies to surface treatment machines manufactured after the date of issue of this standard.

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This standard specifies all the information necessary to carry out efficiently and under standardised conditions the determination, declaration and verification of the airborne noise emission of surface treatment machines as stated in annex A. Surface treatment machines include such as but not limited to
¾ machines for cleaning and pretreatment of industrial item surfaces,
¾ machinery for coating and colour mixing,
¾ coating plants
and
¾ dryers, ovens and evaporating equipment.
This standard describes the determination of emission sound pressure levels at work stations or other specified positions as well as the determination of sound power levels for surface treatment machines as stated in annex A. This can be small single units (e.g. handheld atomising spraying equipment) and also complex machines with large dimensions (e.g. machines for cleaning and pretreatment of industrial item surfaces, spray booths, dryers), which could also be linked.
In case of very large machines as defined in 3.10 the determination of sound power level may be very complicated or cannot be done with a reasonable amount of work. Therefore in this standard, the measurement for very large machines is simplified by determining an averaged emission sound pressure level instead of the sound power level.
This standard specifies noise measurement methods, installation/mounting and operation conditions that shall be used for the test. The use of this standard ensures the reproducibility of the determination of the noise emission characteristics within specified limits determined by the grade of accuracy of the basic noise measurement method used (see 5.1 and 6.1). Noise measurement methods allowed by this standard are engineering methods (grade 2) and survey methods (grade 3).
For continuous flow dryers for paper, board and foil  (see prEN 13023).
This standard applies to surface treatment machines manufactured after the date of issue of this standard.

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