ISO 3434:2012 specifies construction characteristics, optical qualities and heat current circuit, as well as the tolerances, tests, marking and designation of heated glass panes for ships' rectangular windows of the heated series according to ISO 3903. It includes the conditions to comply with the safety of ships in times of frost and/or snow, particularly during manoeuvres in port. Heated glass panes are used on ships principally for the windows of wheel-houses and bridges, as well as in enclosed locations used for look-out and manoeuvring purposes. ISO 3434:2012 specifies heated glass panes which are intended for use at temperatures down to -40 °C.

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This European standard specifies the characteristics of safety, construction, performance and efficiency, the test methods and marking, of room sealed space heating equipment of type C (see CEN/TR 1749) with combustion air intake and outlet for the products of combustion in the wall, roof or floor, combined or not. These are referred to in the body of the text as "heaters", burning LPG, for vehicles and boats. This European standard only covers room sealed heaters also including those which have a combustion air fan, an integral hot air fan or both, only for vehicles and boats which are used for residential, recreational and commercial purposes. This European standard applies to heaters which are installed either outside or inside the habitable volume, but which have a combustion circuit sealed from the vehicle's interior, and nominal heat input which does not exceed 10 kW (Hs) operated at supply pressure of 30 mbar, 28 mbar, 37 mbar and 50 mbar, using, where appropriate, 12 V or 24 V DC electrical supply. Room sealed LPG space heating appliances for vehicles and boats are using very often warm air as a heat transfer medium. Annex B specifies additional requirements for appliances using water as a heat transfer medium. For private cars and vehicles or boats used for the transport of dangerous goods or for commercial personnel transport additional requirements may be necessary. This European standard does not cover requirements for storage water heaters (boilers) (see EN 15033). For appliances producing additional sanitary hot water (combi-boilers), see relevant clauses of EN 15033. These heaters are also suitable for caravan holiday homes.

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This European standard specifies the characteristics of safety, construction, performance and efficiency, the test methods and marking, of room sealed space heating equipment of type C (see CEN/TR 1749) with combustion air intake and outlet for the products of combustion in the wall, roof or floor, combined or not. These are referred to in the body of the text as "heaters", burning LPG, for vehicles and boats.
This European standard only covers room sealed heaters also including those which have a combustion air fan, an integral hot air fan or both, only for vehicles and boats which are used for residential, recreational and commercial purposes.
This European standard applies to heaters which are installed either outside or inside the habitable volume, but which have a combustion circuit sealed from the vehicle's interior, and nominal heat input which does not exceed 10 kW (Hs) operated at supply pressure of 30 mbar, 28 mbar, 37 mbar and 50 mbar, using, where appropriate, 12 V or 24 V DC electrical supply.
Room sealed LPG space heating appliances for vehicles and boats are using very often warm air as a heat transfer medium. Annex B specifies additional requirements for appliances using water as a heat transfer medium.
For private cars and vehicles or boats used for the transport of dangerous goods or for commercial personnel transport additional requirements may be necessary.
This European standard does not cover requirements for storage water heaters (boilers) (see EN 15033). For appliances producing additional sanitary hot water (combi-boilers), see relevant clauses of EN 15033.
NOTE   If a LPG operated heater is installed in a motorized vehicle being subject to European road traffic legislation, the directives of the Council for the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the member states relating to the heating of the interior of motor vehicles should be applied.
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ISO 9943:2009 specifies the design requirements and general considerations for the ventilation and air-treatment of galleys and pantries with cooking appliances on board merchant seagoing ships, when such ventilation and air-treatment is specified by the shipowner. It applies for normal conditions in all waters except those encountered in extremely cold or hot climates. For the purposes of ISO 9943:2009, pantries with cooking appliances, referred to above, are those which contain appliances consuming more than the small amount of electrical power needed for coffee urns, hot-plates for keeping food warm, electric water boilers, etc. Users of ISO 9943:2009 should note that, while observing its requirements, they should at the same time ensure compliance with such statutory requirements, rules and regulations as may be applicable to the individual ship concerned.

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This International Standard specifies methods of calculating the theoretical quantity of outdoor air required in cargo spaces of ships where vehicles with internal combustion engines are driven, in order to dilute the polluted air to within the permitted occupational exposure limits.
Annex A specifies average values of the amounts of pollutants in exhaust gases from vehicles with internal combustion engines driven in cargo spaces in ships.
Annex B gives general information and guidance as to good practice for the ventilation of cargo spaces in ships where vehicles with internal combustion engines may be driven.
Users of this International Standard should note that, while observing the requirements of the standard, they should at the same time ensure compliance with such statutory requirements, rules, and regulations as may be applicable to the individual ship concerned. Users should also refer to guidelines developed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) contained in the Maritime Safety Committee Circular 729 (MSC Circ. 729), Guidelines and Recommendations for Ventilation systems in RO-RO Cargo Spaces.

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ISO 5797:2004 provides requirements for windows and side scuttles for fire-resistant constructions for installation in A class and B class divisions as defined in FTP Code, Part 3 (IMO Res. A 754 (18)). It lays down the requirements for the construction of glass panes and frames, as well as the testing and marking of such windows and side scuttles.

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This International Standard specifies methods of calculating the theoretical quantity of outdoor air required in cargo spaces of ships where vehicles with internal combustion engines are driven, in order to dilute the polluted air to within the permitted occupational exposure limits. Annex A specifies average values of the amounts of pollutants in exhaust gases from vehicles with internal combustion engines driven in cargo spaces in ships. Annex B gives general information and guidance as to good practice for the ventilation of cargo spaces in ships where vehicles with internal combustion engines may be driven. Users of this International Standard should note that, while observing the requirements of the standard, they should at the same time ensure compliance with such statutory requirements, rules, and regulations as may be applicable to the individual ship concerned. Users should also refer to guidelines developed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) contained in the Maritime Safety Committee Circular 729 (MSC Circ. 729), Guidelines and Recommendations for Ventilation systems in RO-RO Cargo Spaces.

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This International Standard specifies methods of calculating the theoretical quantity of outdoor air required in cargo spaces of ships where vehicles with internal combustion engines are driven, in order to dilute the polluted air to within the permitted occupational exposure limits.
Annex A specifies average values of the amounts of pollutants in exhaust gases from vehicles with internal combustion engines driven in cargo spaces in ships.
Annex B gives general information and guidance as to good practice for the ventilation of cargo spaces in ships where vehicles with internal combustion engines may be driven.
Users of this International Standard should note that, while observing the requirements of the standard, they should at the same time ensure compliance with such statutory requirements, rules, and regulations as may be applicable to the individual ship concerned. Users should also refer to guidelines developed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) contained in the Maritime Safety Committee Circular 729 (MSC Circ. 729), Guidelines and Recommendations for Ventilation systems in RO-RO Cargo Spaces.

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DIN - Several mistakes in German translation (No corresponding ISO corrigendum).

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DIN - Several mistakes in German translation (No corresponding ISO corrigendum).

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Applies to seagoing merchant ships and for all conditions except those encountered in extremely hot climates. Is fundamentally based on ISO 7547 which shall be available when applying this Standard.

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Is based on an outdoor air temperature of -20 °C and applies to all conditions except those encountered in extremely cold climates. Applies to seagoing merchant ships. The annex gives recommendations regarding the air jets.

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Applies to all conditions except those encountered in extremely cold or hot climate.

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Applies to seagoing merchant ships for all conditions except those encountered in extremely cold or hot climates. Applicable parts of this Standard can be used for similar spaces. The annex provides guidance and details of good practice in the design of ventilation and air-conditioning systems for machinery control rooms.

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Add as a new 3rd paragraph:
"Room sealed LPG space heating appliances for vehicles and boats are using very often warm air as a heat transfer medium. Annex B specifies additional requirements for appliances using water as a heat transfer medium."

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Specifies requirements and describes test methods for measuring the airflow of fans intended for use in engine compartments and similar spaces. Applies to fans rated for less than 50 V (d.c.).

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Specifies requirements and describes test methods for measuring the airflow of fans intended for use in engine compartments and similar spaces. Applies to fans rated for less than 50 V (d.c.).

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This International Standard specifies requirements and describes test methods for measuring the airflow of fans intended for use in engine compartments, galley areas and other spaces on small craft in which mechanical ventilation is desirable.  It applies to electrically operated fans rated for less than 50 V direct current (d.c). Fans may be of the centrifugal or axial flow type.

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This European standard specifies the characteristics of safety, construction, performance and efficiency, the test methods and marking, of room sealed space heating equipment of type C (see CR 1749) with combustion air intake and outlet for the products of combustion in the wall, roof or floor, combined or not. These are referred to in the body of the text as "heaters", burning LPG, for road vehicles
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This EN specifies the characteristics of safety, construction, performance and efficiency, the test methods and marking, of room sealed space heating equipment of class C (see CR 1749) with combustion air intake and outlet for the products of combustion in the wall, roof or floor, combined or not. These are referred to in the body of the text as "heaters", burning LPG, for road vehicles and boats.

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This European standard specifies the characteristics of safety, construction, performance and efficiency, the test methods and marking, of room sealed space heating equipment of type C (see CR 1749) with combustion air intake and outlet for the products of combustion in the wall, roof or floor, combined or not. These are referred to in the body of the text as "heaters", burning LPG, for road vehicles
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This EN specifies the characteristics of safety, construction, performance and efficiency, the test methods and marking, of room sealed space heating equipment of class C (see CR 1749) with combustion air intake and outlet for the products of combustion in the wall, roof or floor, combined or not. These are referred to in the body of the text as "heaters", burning LPG, for road vehicles and boats.

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Specifies the characteristics and the conditions with which they shall comply to ensure the safety of ships in times of frost or snow, particularly during manoeuvres in port.

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Concerns page 2, subclause 3.2.2.2: Replace the existing equation by the equation given in this technical corrigendum.

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Describes the design requirements and general considerations of this equipment on board merchant seagoing ships, when it is specified by the shipowner. Applies for normal conditions in all waters except those encountered in extremely cold or hot climates. Herein, pantries with cooking appliances are those which contain appliances consuming more than the small amount of electrical power needed for coffee urns, hot-plates for keeping food warm, electric water boilers, etc.

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Applies also to the radio cabin on board seagoing merchant ships and to all conditions except those encountered in extremely cold or hot climates.

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Specifies colours for functional plans to be used for ventilation systems on board ships only when identification by colour is necessary.

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The symbols given in tables have been classified in the following manner: - General conventional signs, - Ducts and duct joints, - Appliances and fittings, - Ventilators, - Various conventional signs. The general conventional signs concern symbols representing principal parts and appliances.

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