This document provides a series of standard testing methods to determine the resistance of flat or curved surfaces against abrasion, scratch or punch under high dynamics as may occur for example by manually operating actuators or due to impacts of materials like shoes, cases, bags and other common objects of everyday’s usage inside an aircraft cabin. The method is also suitable to test the resistance of a surface against all other high dynamic strains.

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EN 4855-03 standard describes a test procedure to identify performance characteristics and a weight rating of a galley chilling equipment used on aircraft. Furthermore it describes the calculation procedure to determine an energy consumption index and a performance index. Only galley chilling equipment with a freeze function will be considered. The effect of the chilling equipment on food quality is not addressed in this standard.

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EN 4855-02 describes a test procedure to identify performance characteristics and a weight rating of convection and steam ovens used on aircraft. Furthermore it describes the calculation procedure to determine an energy consumption index and a performance index. There is no direct correlation between the Eco efficiency and cooking performance in terms of food quality and appearance. The two index values represent the Eco efficiency.

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EN 4855-04 describes a test procedure to identify performance characteristics and a weight rating of beverage maker products used on aircraft. Furthermore it describes the calculation procedure to determine an energy consumption index and a performance index. The effect of the beverage makers on beverage quality is not addressed in this standard.

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EN 4855-01 defines the test procedures and calculations to determine the ECO efficiency of the following catering equipment installed in an aircraft: Chilling equipment (with freeze function); Ovens (steam and convection ovens); Beverage makers (coffee maker, water heater).Based on the results it will be possible to derive the energy consumption index and a performance index of the considered equipment type. The two index values represent the ECO efficiency.

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EN 4705 describes the measurement method for the lifetime behaviour of aircraft cabin light units in a standardized aircraft-related environment.

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This document describes the measurement method for the lifetime behaviour of aircraft cabin light units in a standardized aircraft-related environment.

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This European Standard defines selection ranks for LED Luminaires, and LEDs including OLEDs for the use in aircraft lighting. The size of these ranks is defined by the use of grades. This European Standard is valid for photopic light levels only.

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This document defines selection ranks for LED Luminaires, and LEDs including OLEDs for the use in aircraft lighting. The size of these ranks is defined by the use of grades. This European Standard is valid for photopic light levels only.

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This document defines the inspection rules and the cosmetic acceptance criteria for surfaces of aircraft cabin equipment. Surfaces will be considered under the aspects of technical feasibility of the industrial design.
This document outlines the framework between airlines, supplier and OEMs with regard to cosmetic issues.
This document aims to:
a)   provide the supplier or manufacturer with quality criteria, which need to be met during the production, testing- and quality-inspection-process.
b)   guide airline-, OEM- and supplier-quality assurance with a description of cosmetic standards for following inspections:   -   supplier internal QA inspection;
-   first article inspection;
-   source inspection;
-   incoming inspection;
-   final assembly line, cabin inspection;
-   customer presentation.

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This document defines the inspection rules and the cosmetic acceptance criteria for surfaces of aircraft cabin equipment. Surfaces will be considered under the aspects of technical feasibility of the industrial design.
This document outlines the framework between airlines, supplier and OEMs with regard to cosmetic issues.
This document aims to:
a)   provide the supplier or manufacturer with quality criteria, which need to be met during the production, testing- and quality-inspection-process.
b)   guide airline-, OEM- and supplier-quality assurance with a description of cosmetic standards for following inspections:   -   supplier internal QA inspection;
-   first article inspection;
-   source inspection;
-   incoming inspection;
-   final assembly line, cabin inspection;
-   customer presentation.

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This technical document specifies requirements for Emergency Breathing Systems (EBS) for use by helicopter crew and passengers in the event of a ditching or water impact, to ensure minimum levels of performance. It applies to EBS for use by adults only.
Two categories of EBS are addressed by this standard; Category A EBS capable of being successfully deployed underwater and Category B EBS capable of being successfully deployed in air but not underwater.
This technical document is applicable to compressed air, rebreather and hybrid rebreather designs of EBS.

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This document specifies requirements for Emergency Breathing Systems (EBS) for use by helicopter crew and passengers in the event of a ditching or water impact, to ensure minimum levels of performance. It applies to EBS for use by adults only.
Two categories of EBS are addressed by this standard; Category A EBS capable of being successfully deployed in air and underwater and Category B EBS capable of being successfully deployed in air but not underwater.
This document is applicable to compressed air, rebreather and hybrid rebreather designs of EBS.

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This document describes the application of anthropometric data for the dimensioning of aircraft
passenger seats. The focus is on the use of statistical parameters of anthropometrical measurements as
given in CEN ISO/TR 7250-2 and similar sources. Even if methods described in this document might be
applicable for feasibility and safety issues the scope of this document is design for comfort.
The aim of this document is to give advice to designers to include methods of human-centred design
into the design of aircraft seats.

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This document describes the application of anthropometric data for the dimensioning of aircraft passenger seats. The focus is on the use of statistical parameters of anthropometrical measurements as given in CEN ISO/TR 7250 2 and similar sources. Even if methods described in this document might be applicable for feasibility and safety issues the scope of this document is design for comfort.
The aim of this document is to give advice to designers to include methods of human-centred design into the design of aircraft seats.

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This document defines a measure for the spectral quality of LED luminaires in terms of the ratio of the amount of visual light emitted by the luminaire versus the amount effective for charging photoluminescent products contained in that spectrum.
Fulfilment of this document by a LED luminaire will ensure general compatibility of the luminaire with photoluminescent marking systems.
This document alone does not provide any means of compliance to fulfil any airworthiness requirements.
For a specific aircraft installation, the spectral power distribution and illuminance at the photoluminescent marking systems are relevant.

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The weight for cabin equipment is an important topic in the aviation business. The cabin equipment weight has a direct impact on the payload of the aircraft, operation cost and revenue of the airlines. Due to the number of aircraft seats, seats are one of the major weight drivers in the cabin. At this time, a lot of seat weights are used without any clear definition, e.g. allowable max. weight, certified weight, defined weight. For the definition of each customer specific cabin, it is important to get comparable seat weights. Aircraft seats are very different with regard to seat envelope dimensions and integrated features and options. For a weight calculation and product comparison, it is very helpful to get comparable weight information based on a standard weight.
The aim of this European Standard is to define a clear definition for the different weight information and a baseline for a seat weight calculation to get comparable seat weights for seat brochures and marketing reasons.

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The weight for cabin equipment is an important topic in the aviation business. The cabin equipment weight has a direct impact on the payload of the aircraft, operation cost and revenue of the airlines. Due to the number of aircraft seats, seats are one of the major weight drivers in the cabin. At this time, a lot of seat weights are used without any clear definition, e.g. allowable max. weight, certified weight, defined weight. For the definition of each customer specific cabin, it is important to get comparable seat weights. Aircraft seats are very different with regard to seat envelope dimensions and integrated features and options. For a weight calculation and product comparison, it is very helpful to get comparable weight information based on a standard weight.
The aim of this European Standard is to define a clear definition for the different weight information and a baseline for a seat weight calculation to get comparable seat weights for seat brochures and marketing reasons.

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This European Standard specifies the installation and removal requirements and the space envelopes
for passenger seat fittings on aircraft. The purpose is to reduce the installation time and the tooling
required for seat installation by standardizing the seat attachment fasteners (fittings).

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This standard specifies the installation and removal requirements and the space envelopes for passenger seat fittings on aircraft. The purpose is to reduce the installation time and the tooling required for seat installation by standardizing the seat attachment fasteners (fittings).

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This European Standard specifies requirements and measurement methods for the assessment of
passenger living space and comfort. Its aim is to improve the passenger comfort quality of aircraft
cabins and provide measurement methods to compare cabin seat layouts and seats.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and measurement methods for the assessment of passenger living space and comfort. Its aim is to improve the passenger comfort quality of aircraft cabins and provide measurement methods to compare cabin seat layouts and seats.

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This standard specifies the technical requirements and qualification conditions for handheld fire extinguishers made with metal vessels and using synthesis gases for aircraft use, designed for use in the cockpit, in the passenger cabin and to protect areas accessible to the crew.

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This standard specifies the technical requirements and qualification conditions for handheld fire extinguishers made with metal vessels and using synthesis gases for aircraft use, designed for use in the cockpit, in the passenger cabin and to protect areas accessible to the crew.

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This document provides a series of standard testing methods to determine the resistance of flat or curved surfaces against abrasion, scratch or punch under high dynamics as may occur for example by manually operating actuators or due to impacts of materials like shoes, cases, bags and other common objects of everyday’s usage inside an aircraft cabin. The method is also suitable to test the resistance of a surface against all other high dynamic strains.

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This document provides a series of testing methods to determine the resistance of the digital display during general usage in an aircraft cabin. The document applies to any passive and interactive displays. It includes also dirt affinity and cleanability.
The testing methods include the determination of the durability of touchscreen surfaces, signing pads and general displays against human fingertip and hand abrasion, fingerprint and dirt affinity under the usage by humans as can occur during everyday operation inside an aircraft cabin. Additionally, the resistance against general abrasion, scratch and mar on the displays as well as the resistance study against the routine cleaning procedure conducted inside the aircraft is defined.
The test methods are also suitable to test the durability of a display surface against all low and high dynamic strains.

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This document defines terms, measuring methods and setting(s) for the classification of the thermal behaviour of LED and OLED luminaires in the aircraft cabin regarding chromaticity and luminance. This document is intended for luminaires that are designed to provide photopic vison.

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This document defines requirements and recommendations dealing with the quality of the air on civil aircraft concerning chemical compounds potentially originating from, but not limited, to, the ventilation air supplied to the cabin and flight deck.
A special emphasis is on the engine and APU bleed air contaminants potentially brought into the cabin through the air conditioning, pressurization and ventilation systems.
The document is applicable to civil aircraft in operation from the period that is defined as when the first person enters the aircraft until the last person leaves the aircraft.
The document defines requirements and recommendations in relation to the presence of, and means to prevent exposure to, chemical compounds, including those that could cause adverse effects, taking into account the Precautionary Principle.

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This document defines requirements and recommendations dealing with the quality of the air on civil aircraft concerning chemical compounds potentially originating from, but not limited, to, the ventilation air supplied to the cabin and flight deck.
A special emphasis is on the engine and APU bleed air contaminants potentially brought into the cabin through the air conditioning, pressurization and ventilation systems.
The document is applicable to civil aircraft in operation from the period that is defined as when the first person enters the aircraft until the last person leaves the aircraft.
The document defines requirements and recommendations in relation to the presence of, and means to prevent exposure to, chemical compounds, including those that could cause adverse effects, taking into account the Precautionary Principle.

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This document defines terms, measuring methods and setting(s) for the classification of the thermal behaviour of LED and OLED luminaires in the aircraft cabin regarding chromaticity and luminance. This document is intended for luminaires that are designed to provide photopic vison.

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This document provides a series of testing methods to determine the resistance of the digital display during general usage in an aircraft cabin. The document applies to any passive and interactive displays. It includes also dirt affinity and cleanability.
The testing methods include the determination of the durability of touchscreen surfaces, signing pads and general displays against human fingertip and hand abrasion, fingerprint and dirt affinity under the usage by humans as can occur during everyday operation inside an aircraft cabin. Additionally, the resistance against general abrasion, scratch and mar on the displays as well as the resistance study against the routine cleaning procedure conducted inside the aircraft is defined.
The test methods are also suitable to test the durability of a display surface against all low and high dynamic strains.

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This European standard defines the inspection rules and the cosmetic acceptance criteria for surfaces of aircraft cabin equipment. Surfaces will be considered under the aspects of technical feasibility of the industrial design.
This standard outlines the framework between airlines, supplier and OEMs with regard to cosmetic issues.
This document aims to:
a)   Provide the supplier or manufacturer with quality criteria, which need to be met during the production, testing- and quality-inspection-process.
b)   Guide airline-, OEM- and supplier-quality assurance with a description of cosmetic standards for following inspections:
-   supplier internal QA inspection;
-   first article inspection;
-   source inspection;
-   incoming inspection;
-   final assembly line, cabin inspection;
-   customer presentation.

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This document defines the inspection rules and the cosmetic acceptance criteria for surfaces of aircraft cabin equipment. Surfaces will be considered under the aspects of technical feasibility of the industrial design.
This document outlines the framework between airlines, supplier and OEMs with regard to cosmetic issues.
This document aims to:
a)   provide the supplier or manufacturer with quality criteria, which need to be met during the production, testing- and quality-inspection-process.
b)   guide airline-, OEM- and supplier-quality assurance with a description of cosmetic standards for following inspections:
-   supplier internal QA inspection;
-   first article inspection;
-   source inspection;
-   incoming inspection;
-   final assembly line, cabin inspection;
-   customer presentation.

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This standard defines surfaces on visible components in the aircraft cabin. Surfaces will be considered
under the aspects of technical feasibility of the industrial design.
This standard is a guideline between airlines, supplier and OEMs with regard to cosmetic issues.
This document aims to:
a) Provide the supplier with quality criteria, which need to be met during the production, testing- and
quality-inspection-process,
b) Guide airline-, OEM- and supplier-quality assurance with a description of cosmetic standards for
following inspections:
 Supplier internal QA inspection;
 First article inspection;
 Source inspection;
 Incoming inspection;
 Final assembly line cabin inspection.

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This standard defines surfaces on visible components in the aircraft cabin. Surfaces will be considered under the aspects of technical feasibility of the industrial design.
This standard is a guideline between airlines, supplier and OEMs with regard to cosmetic issues.
This document aims to:
a) Provide the supplier with quality criteria, which need to be met during the production, testing- and quality-inspection-process,
b) Guide airline-, OEM- and supplier-quality assurance with a description of cosmetic standards for following inspections:
- Supplier internal QA inspection;
- First article inspection;
- Source inspection;
- Incoming inspection;
- Final assembly line cabin inspection.

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The weight for cabin equipment is an important topic in the aviation business. The cabin equipment weight has a direct impact on the payload of the aircraft, operation cost and revenue of the airlines. Due to the number of aircraft seats, seats are one of the major weight drivers in the cabin. At this time a lot of seat weights are used without any clear definition, e.g. allowable max. weight, certified weight, defined weight. For the definition of each customer specific cabin definition it is important to get comparable seat weights. Aircraft seats are very different with regard to seat envelope dimensions and integrated features and options. For a weight calculation and product comparison it is very helpful to get comparable weight information based on a standard weight.
The aim of this standard is to define a clear definition for the different weight information and a baseline for a seat weight calculation to get comparable seat weights for set brochures and marketing reasons.

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The weight for cabin equipment is an important topic in the aviation business. The cabin equipment weight has a direct impact on the payload of the aircraft, operation cost and revenue of the airlines. Due to the number of aircraft seats, seats are one of the major weight drivers in the cabin. At this time a lot of seat weights are used without any clear definition, e.g. allowable max. weight, certified weight, defined weight. For the definition of each customer specific cabin definition it is important to get comparable seat weights. Aircraft seats are very different with regard to seat envelope dimensions and integrated features and options. For a weight calculation and product comparison it is very helpful to get comparable weight information based on a standard weight.
The aim of this European Standard is to define a clear definition for the different weight information and a baseline for a seat weight calculation to get comparable seat weights for set brochures and marketing reasons.

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This European Standard specifies the installation and removal requirements and the space envelopes for passenger seat fittings on aircraft. The purpose is to reduce the installation time and the tooling required for seat installation by standardizing the seat attachment fasteners (fittings).

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This European Standard specifies the installation and removal requirements and the space envelopes for passenger seat fittings on aircraft. The purpose is to reduce the installation time and the tooling required for seat installation by standardizing the seat attachment fasteners (fittings).

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This standard specifies requirements and determination methods for newly certificated commercial passenger aircraft programmes.
This standard applies to newly certificated commercial passenger aircraft programmes. It may also apply to current production aircraft if it does not carry significant penalties, i.e. if it can be shown to be technically feasible and economically justifiable.
This standard covers the period from first crew embarkation to last crew disembarkation.
NOTE 1   During embarkation and disembarkation, reduced temperatures in the cabin may be desirable due to increased metabolic activity of the occupants. In some ground cases, the aircraft environmental control system (ECS) may not be able to compensate for the external conditions influencing the cabin comfort conditions, such as open doors, extreme hot/cold ground/air temperatures or radiant heat. In this case, external air-conditioning systems, for example conditioned low-pressure ground air or high-pressure supply, may be used to supplement the aircraft ECS. If the temperature range stated in this standard is regularly exceeded (either above or below the stated range), changes to airline and/or airport procedures and/or aircraft design should be introduced.
NOTE 2   During ground operations, the external air quality may adversely influence the air quality within the aircraft cabin. Contamination produced as a result of servicing activities or ground operations vehicles may enter the aircraft directly, for example via open doors, and the ECS may not be able to effectively control contaminant levels in the cabin. Airline and airport operational procedures should be organised so as to avoid direct contamination of the cabin from these pollutant sources. If the contaminant ranges stated in this standard are regularly exceeded, changes to airline and/or airport procedures and/or aircraft design should be introduced.
Outside air quality levels would usually be regulated by national authorities.(...)

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This standard specifies requirements and determination methods for newly certificated commercial passenger aircraft programmes.
This standard applies to newly certificated commercial passenger aircraft programmes. It may also apply to current production aircraft if it does not carry significant penalties, i.e. if it can be shown to be technically feasible and economically justifiable.
This standard covers the period from first crew embarkation to last crew disembarkation.
NOTE 1   During embarkation and disembarkation, reduced temperatures in the cabin may be desirable due to increased metabolic activity of the occupants. In some ground cases, the aircraft environmental control system (ECS) may not be able to compensate for the external conditions influencing the cabin comfort conditions, such as open doors, extreme hot/cold ground/air temperatures or radiant heat. In this case, external air-conditioning systems, for example conditioned low-pressure ground air or high-pressure supply, may be used to supplement the aircraft ECS. If the temperature range stated in this standard is regularly exceeded (either above or below the stated range), changes to airline and/or airport procedures and/or aircraft design should be introduced.
NOTE 2   During ground operations, the external air quality may adversely influence the air quality within the aircraft cabin. Contamination produced as a result of servicing activities or ground operations vehicles may enter the aircraft directly, for example via open doors, and the ECS may not be able to effectively control contaminant levels in the cabin. Airline and airport operational procedures should be organised so as to avoid direct contamination of the cabin from these pollutant sources. If the contaminant ranges stated in this standard are regularly exceeded, changes to airline and/or airport procedures and/or aircraft design should be introduced.
Outside air quality levels would usually be regulated by national authorities.

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