This document specifies a test method to measure the global migration of cork stoppers. It is applicable to all types of cork stoppers that are ready to use, simulating the real conditions of use. This includes all kind of cork stoppers (completely or partially inserted in the bottle neck). A bottle with an adequate finish is used to carry out the test.

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This document specifies the design criteria and testing methods adequate to guarantee the ultimate strength and operational dependability of cargo restraint sling assemblies made of steel wire rope, with a 22,25 kN (5 000 lbf) rated ultimate load capability, as can be used by the airline industry in order to restrain on board civil transport aircraft during flight, including the following: —   cargo loaded and tied down onto airworthiness approved air cargo pallets, themselves restrained into aircraft lower deck, main deck or upper deck cargo systems and meeting the requirements of ISO 8097 (NAS 3610) or ISO 21100, or —   non-unitized individual pieces of cargo, or pieces of cargo placed onto an unrestrained ("floating") pallet into either lower deck, main deck or upper deck containerized cargo compartments of an aircraft, to be restrained onto aircraft structure attachment (tie-down) points. Two types of wire rope restraint slings are defined: a) type A: adjustable length restraint sling assemblies, including a tension retaining device and termination fittings attached to the wire rope end eyes; b) type B: fixed length restraint sling extensions, to be used in conjunction with a type A cable; extensions are usually terminated at both ends by eyes, without additional fittings, and can be attached through hooks or shackles. The cables specified in this document are intended exclusively for restraint purposes on board aircraft, and not for use as lifting slings.

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1.1 This document provides general utilization requirements and recommendations and calculation methods adequate to guarantee the effectiveness and ultimate strength of tie-down/lashing arrangements performed to restrain cargo on board civil transport aircraft during flight, including the following: a) cargo loaded and tied down onto airworthiness approved air cargo pallets, themselves restrained into aircraft lower deck or main deck or upper deck cargo systems meeting the restraint requirements of air cargo pallets approved in accordance with ISO8097 (NAS 3610) or ISO 21100, or b) additional tie-down on aircraft structure when necessitated by pallet maximum gross mass or centre of gravity limits, or c) non-unitized individual pieces of cargo, or pieces of cargo placed onto an unrestrained pallet (floating pallet) into either lower deck, main deck or upper deck containerized cargo compartments of an aircraft, when using for this purpose restraint slings (wire rope cables) specified in ISO 20291-1. 1.2 Restraint slings as specified in this document can also be used for permanent or semi-permanent attachment of a special purpose device, such as aircraft engine transport stand (see ISO 11241), horse stall (see ISO 9469), automobile transport device (see ISO 8268) or other, whether or not airworthiness approved, onto an aircraft pallet. 1.3 This document applies to cargo tie-down/lashing arrangements using exclusively air cargo restraint slings conforming to ISO 20291-1. NOTE      Where tie-down is performed onto aircraft structure as per 1.1 b) or c), additional restrictions can be stated in the aircraft's authority approved Weight and Balance Manual. 1.4 This document specifies industry recognized means of complying with airworthiness authorities general regulations applicable to load securing on board civil transport aircraft (see 14 CFR Part 25 and EASA CS-25, CCAR-25 or Japanese Airworthiness Standard Part 3), and aircraft manufacturers authority approved Weight and Balance Manuals for each aircraft type as specified therein. 1.5 The wire rope slings in this document are intended exclusively for restraint purposes on board aircraft and are not intended to be used as lifting slings for handling or any other purpose.

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This document provides recommended guidelines for the evaluation of colour reproduction capability in the printing of packaging materials. It provides a basis for the development of colour certification schemes by individual brand owners and/or industry associations and for the evaluation of printed results against those schemes.  
Because the package printing supply chain involves multiple partners, both the potential impact of each partner on the overall colour control and the individual responsibilities of each partner are identified in this document. The unique requirements of the individual reproduction processes and their impact on colour reproduction are also identified.

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This document shows some examples of markings (words, numbers or symbols) for the identification of packaging materials. This document is applicable to all types of packaging in order to enable the identification of the materials used.

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This document specifies the test methods of temperature-controlled packages for parcel shipping. Tests include physical, thermal conductivity and insulation performances of transport packages that use insulation for the purpose of blocking thermal conduction between the inside and the outside of a product package that need temperature control.

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This document specifies the general requirements of transport packaging, especially the containers, which are formed or prepared for the temperature-controlled transport services of parcel shipping. Safety or sanitation is not covered in this document. This document set outs the general requirements for transport packaging for safe storage and distribution of temperature-sensitive products.

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This document covers physical properties and characteristics for the packaging for small and light weight postal items to be delivered into the consumer’s letterbox. It covers the main design features for the packaging of letterboxable postal items, notably the sizes and stacking as well as postal and environmental requirements.
This document is targeted to e-retailers and postal operators.

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This European Standard specifies the relationship between the nominal volume of product and the maximum nominal brimful capacity of the outer container of the compartmented aerosol container.

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This document specifies requirements and provides guidance for the application, use and check of tamper verification features to the packaging of medicinal products.

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IEC 63252:2020 defines methods for the measurement of energy consumption of vending machines, whether or not fitted with refrigerating appliances. The standard applies (but is not limited) to the following categories of machines: - Refrigerated closed-fronted can and bottle machines where the products are held in stacks - Refrigerated glass-fronted can and bottle, confectionery and snack machines - Refrigerated glass-fronted machines entirely for perishable foodstuffs - Refrigerated dual-temperature glass-fronted machines - Confectionery and snack machines that are not refrigerated - Combination machines consisting of two different categories of machine in the same housing and powered by one chiller The following types of vending machine are excluded from this document: - drink machines dispensing hot and/or cold drinks into cups; - machines with a food-heating function; - vending machines operating at temperatures below 0 °C; or - any machine including one or more of these compartments. For verification purposes, it is essential to apply all of the tests specified to a single unit. The tests can also be made individually for the study of a particular characteristic. This document does not deal with any characteristics of machine design other than energy consumption.

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This document specifies dimensions of a series of deep screw finishes for the closure of wines with a CO2 content below 1,2 g per litre.
NOTE   Carbonation ≥ 1,2 g/l CO2 requires a suitable container and closure agreed between the glass maker, closure maker and packer/filler.

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This document specifies requirements for the provision and operation of indirect, temperature-controlled refrigerated delivery services for refrigerated parcels which contain temperature-sensitive goods (including foods) in land transportation. It includes all refrigerated delivery service stages from acceptance (receipt) of a chilled or frozen parcel from the delivery service user to its delivery at the designated destination, including intermediate transfer of the refrigerated parcels between refrigerated vehicles or container and via a geographical routing system. This document also includes requirements for resources, operations and communications to delivery service users. It is intended for application by refrigerated delivery service providers. This document does not cover requirements for: a) refrigerated parcel delivery via modes of transport such as airplane, ship or train; b) refrigerated parcels that are transported in ambient temperatures due to the fact that they contain their own refrigeration materials (for example, ice packs, refrigerated foam bricks, dry ice blocks) and are surrounded and enclosed by sealed thermo protective packaging that creates a separate refrigerated climate to that provided within the delivery service. However, these types of refrigerated parcels may be transported through a refrigerated delivery service; c) direct refrigerated delivery services in which chilled parcels and frozen parcels are collected from the delivery service user and transported directly to a recipient without in-transit transfer; d) the quality or the measurement of the temperature of the contents of the chilled parcels or frozen parcels being delivered and their pre-point of receipt state, however it does set the requirements for the refrigerated delivery service carrying them; e) Medical devices and medical equipment and pharmaceuticals might be subject to specific legislation and require specific transport requirements and are therefore, excluded from the scope of this document. NOTE Resources covered by requirements of this document include facilities, refrigerated vehicles, cold stores, and staff members. This document is not limited to covering specific sizes of vehicles, as long as the performance requirements can be met. Land transport refrigerated vehicles which are conveyed in a ship as roll-on/roll-off vehicles are covered by this document. While this document does not cover requirements directly relating to the quality or safety of the refrigerated parcels being delivered, attention is drawn to specific country legislation that might require a refrigerated delivery service provider to adhere to additional requirements outside of this document, such as monitoring the temperature of the refrigerated parcel itself, or specific requirements regarding the segregation of different types of refrigerated parcel. It is important to note that the contents of refrigerated parcels referenced within this document are not limited to edible or perishable products.

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This document specifies the dimensions of the 26 mm shallow crown finish for glass bottles containing beverages. The shallow crown finish is designed to use a metal crown closure (see Cetie data sheet EC1-02 [2]).

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EN-ISO 16106 gives guidance on the application of a quality management system in the manufacture, measuring and monitoring of design type approved dangerous goods packaging, intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) and large packaging.This document does not include guidance specific to other management systems, such as those for environmental management, occupational health and safety management, or financial management.$0$0It is applicable to an organization that) needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements;  aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.All the guidance in this document is generic and intended to be applicable to any organization, regardless of its type or size, or the products and services it provides.

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This document specifies the dimensions of the 26 mm-shallow crown finish for glass bottles containing beverages. The shallow crown finish is designed to use a metal crown cap (see Reference [2]).

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This document specifies the dimensions of the 26 mm-shallow crown finish for glass bottles containing beverages. The shallow crown finish is designed to use a metal crown cap (see Reference [2]).

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This document specifies the design, performance and testing requirements for "Cargo Stopper" air cargo restraint accessories with a 22 250 N (5 000 lbf) rated load capacity, to be used in conjunction with air cargo restraint straps meeting ISO 16049-1 (TSO/ETSO ̶ C172), or air cargo restraint slings meeting ISO 20291-1, with the same rated load. Cargo stopper devices designed to this document are intended to be used in either of the following typical instances: a) to ensure restraint/tie-down of a piece of cargo that does not lend itself to either direct hooking of tie-down straps or passing a strap around without risk of slippage; a common example is long shaped cargo items with a narrow cross-section, whether or not overhanging from the pallet, individual or in bundles, e.g. pipes or beams; see ISO 16049-2:2020, 7.4; b) to restrain cargo smaller than the pallet net's mesh, or identified as "piercing" cargo, presenting a hazard to the aircraft in the event of it being released during flight; c) when a crate containing cargo, even though its cross-section is large enough to be directly tied-down with the pallet net or restraint straps, contains or can contain a heavy item, e.g. a piece of machinery, shaft, or similar, with a cross-section lower than the pallet net's mesh size; NOTE Such "hidden" items have been known to break free from insufficiently strong crates when subjected to in-flight accelerations, then pass due to their small size through the net mesh restraining the crate and be released into the cargo compartment. d) to assist in tying-down odd-shaped cargo pieces where it is difficult or not allowed to directly attach tie-down straps or pass them around the load in an effective manner.

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This document gives guidance on the application of a quality management system in the manufacture, measuring and monitoring of design type approved dangerous goods packaging, intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) and large packaging.
This document does not include guidance specific to other management systems, such as those for environmental management, occupational health and safety management, or financial management.
It is applicable to an organization that:
a) needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements; and
b) aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.
All the guidance in this document is generic and intended to be applicable to any organization, regardless of its type or size, or the products and services it provides.
NOTE In this document, the terms "product" or "service" only apply to products and services intended for, or required by, a customer.
It does not apply to design type testing, for which reference is made to 6.1.5, 6.3.5, 6.5.6 and 6.6.5 of the UN Model Regulations[27].

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This standard specifies the critical dimensions of valve cups suitable for clinching into 25,4 mm aperture metal aerosol containers. This document is applicable to aperture metal aerosol containers which are used with the metal aerosol containers in accordance with EN 14847 and EN 15006. This European Standard does not specify dimples on aperture metal aerosol containers.

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This document gives guidance on the application of a quality management system in the manufacture, measuring and monitoring of design type approved dangerous goods packaging, intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) and large packaging. This document does not include guidance specific to other management systems, such as those for environmental management, occupational health and safety management, or financial management. It is applicable to an organization that: a) needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements; and b) aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. All the guidance in this document is generic and intended to be applicable to any organization, regardless of its type or size, or the products and services it provides. NOTE In this document, the terms "product" or "service" only apply to products and services intended for, or required by, a customer. It does not apply to design type testing, for which reference is made to 6.1.5, 6.3.5, 6.5.6 and 6.6.5 of the UN Model Regulations[27].

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This standard establishes general rules for the compilation of performance test schedules for complete, filled transport packages intended for use within any distribution system except for the packages used for dangerous goods.

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This document specifies the critical dimensions of valve cups suitable for clinching into 25,4 mm aperture metal aerosol containers.
This document is applicable to aperture metal aerosol containers which are used with the metal aerosol containers in accordance with EN 14847 and EN 15006.
This European Standard does not specify dimples on aperture metal aerosol containers.
NOTE   To provide satisfactory filling in production, dimples are no longer considered essential but might still be used. Their presence could cause damage of the 25,4 mm aperture and their presence on lacquered cups can give rise to coating defects at the dimple feature. Thus, in the interest of simplicity and reduction of difficulties, dimples are excluded from this standard.

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This document establishes a classification of series 1 freight containers based on external dimensions, and specifies the associated ratings and, where appropriate, the minimum internal and door opening dimensions for certain types of containers. These containers are intended for intercontinental traffic. This document summarizes the external and some of the internal dimensions of series 1 containers. The dimensions of each type of container are defined in the appropriate part of ISO 1496, which is the authoritative document for internal container dimensions.

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This document specifies the minimum requirements and test methods for lashing points for cargo securing on commercial vehicles and intermodal loading units for cargo transport.
This document does not apply to:
-   Vehicles and intermodal loading units manufactured before publication of this standard;
-   Vehicles and intermodal loading units designed and constructed exclusively for the transport of bulk materials;
-   Vehicles and intermodal loading units designed and constructed exclusively for the transport of specific cargo with particular securing requirements;
-   Vehicles (delivery vans) in conformance to ISO 27956;
-   ISO series 1 freight containers.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for the strength and attachment of tarpaulins used as curtainsiders on intermodal loading units and commercial vehicles.
NOTE   The described tarpaulins according to this standard only work for load securing with a body according to EN12642, Code XL or EN 283.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for the strength and attachment of tarpaulins used on swap bodies and utility vehicles for road and road/rail combined (intermodal transport) traffic.

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This document specifies the minimum requirements and test methods for lashing points for cargo securing on commercial vehicles and intermodal loading units for cargo transport.
This document does not apply to:
-   Vehicles and intermodal loading units manufactured before publication of this standard;
-   Vehicles and intermodal loading units designed and constructed exclusively for the transport of bulk materials;
-   Vehicles and intermodal loading units designed and constructed exclusively for the transport of specific cargo with particular securing requirements;
-   Vehicles (delivery vans) in conformance to ISO 27956;
-   ISO series 1 freight containers.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for the strength and attachment of tarpaulins used as curtainsiders on intermodal loading units and commercial vehicles.
NOTE   The described tarpaulins according to this document only work for load securing with a body according to EN12642, Code XL or EN 283.

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This technical standard specifies the dimensions of the 26 mm tall crown finish for glass bottles containing beverages. The tall crown finish is designed to use a metal crown cap (see e.g. EN 17177).

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This document establishes general rules for the compilation of performance test schedules for complete, filled transport packages intended for use within any distribution system except for the packages used for dangerous goods.

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This document establishes general rules for the compilation of performance test schedules for complete, filled transport packages intended for use within any distribution system except for the packages used for dangerous goods.

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This standard is applicable to flexible aluminum tubes.
This standard defines the dimensions of the tube nozzle including orifice and thread.

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This document specifies the dimensions of the 26 mm tall crown finish for glass bottles containing beverages. The tall crown finish is designed to use a metal crown cap (see e.g. EN 17177).

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This document describes the design of the mechanical refrigeration unit (MRU) and operation of container refrigerating systems in all anticipated operational modes and locations. It describes the industry's best practices for the safe operation of flammable refrigerants in refrigerating systems used in thermal freight containers operated on board ships, in terminals, on road, on rail and on land. This document addresses the use of flammable refrigerants with classifications defined in ISO 817, defined as 2L, 2 and 3, except R717 (Ammonia). This document describes an operational mode risk assessment (OMRA) which uses methods such as HAZOP (Hazard and operability analysis), FMEA (Failure mode and effects analysis), or FTA (Fault tree analysis) or combination of methods. This document specifies requirements for the validation and consideration of possible safety concepts and protective devices within the OMRA process, including charge release tests, simulation, and function tests of the associated protective equipment. It defines test requirements for shock, impact, and vibration. A validation procedure is given to demonstrate that risks from hazardous events are investigated and their severity and frequency are meaningfully reduced, with the aim of achieving tolerable risk values. The obligations of the manufacturer, the container owner as well as the responsible operator are described, as well as how stakeholders can investigate and mitigate risks associated with the use of flammable refrigerants. Finally, this document describes the requirements of service and maintenance when working with flammable refrigerants. This document is restricted to refrigerating systems integrated with or mounted on ISO thermal containers according to ISO 1496-2. It provides minimum requirements for reducing the risk associated with the use of flammable refrigerants. The scope is limited to container refrigerating systems operated in conjunction with the carriage of refrigerated cargo as operating reefer (OR) or when used as a non-operating reefer (NOR) or when empty for positioning — while in intermodal transit. Static land-based continuous operations are excluded.

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This document is applicable to flexible aluminum tubes.
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The standard applies to thermally insulated means of transport used for
temperature sensitive goods in order to limit the heat exchange to the external
conditions. If certain temperatures have to be maintained, the above means of
transport could be additionally provided with a cooling and/or heating device.
This standard specifies the terminology, the requirements for thermal insulation,
air tightness, test provisions, dimensioning of equipment with cooling and/or
heating device.
This standard specifies also the test provisions for new and in service
equipment(s).
This part specifies the terminology, the requirements for thermal insulation, air
tightness, test provisions for k-coefficient. This standard does not specify further
land transport requirements with regard to dimensions, weights, etc. This
standard does not cover safety requirements. This standard does not specify
special requirements for sea containers covered by ISO 1496-2.
The series of standards consist of the following parts:
Part 1: Container;
Part 2: Equipment;
Part 3: Small containers

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This document applies to all thermally insulated means of transport, including: trucks, trailers, tanks, vans, wagons, containers for land transport, small containers, packaging. It is related to every type of insulation. If certain temperatures are due to be maintained independently of external conditions, the above means of transport could be additionally provided with a cooling and/or heating device.
This document specifies the terminology, the requirements for thermal insulation, air tightness, test provisions, dimensioning of containers with and without cooling and/or heating device.
This document also specifies the test provisions for new and in service equipment(s).
This document specifies the terminology, the requirements for thermal insulation, air tightness, test provisions for K-value. This document does not specify further land transport requirements with regard to dimensions, weights, etc. This document does not cover safety requirements. This document does not specify special requirements for sea containers covered by ISO 1496-2.

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This document provides requirements and recommendations in designing consumer packages, independent of material, to increase accessibility with regard to handling and manipulation. The document considers packaging needs from a wide range of users with diverse human abilities and needs in diverse contexts of use. Handling and manipulation include human physical abilities like holding, lifting, carrying, pulling, pushing, sliding, grasping, twisting, tearing and any combination of those actions related to portability, opening, re-closing and taking out contents of packages as well as to storage and disposal. Requirements and recommendations with regard to those abilities are provided for people with special needs including older people and people with disabilities in their handling and manipulation of packages. This document focuses on physical handling and manipulation which necessarily includes the processes of opening and closing specifically detailed in ISO 17480. It applies to reclosable and non-reclosable consumer packaging without using any other mechanical means. This document is primarily for designers, developers and evaluators of packaging and is also useful for other disciplines. Handling and manipulation for transportation of packaging is not covered in this standard. It does not apply to products regulated for safety or other reasons (e.g. toxic or dangerous goods and substances, medicinal products, and medical devices).

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This document establishes requirements for transport and condition monitoring of transported consignments such as agri-food and perishable goods, through applications, models, processes, and information bundles. This document applies to both domestic and cross-border transport of transported consignments, and incorporates the methods described in ISO/IEC 19845, ISO/TS 24533 and ISO/TS 17187 which are transport domain specific, as discussed in the Introduction. Specific extensions include additional actors in the model related to, in particular, the agriculture transport sub-domain, with extended specific processes, and additional information items and/or information bundles for consignment conditions.

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This document specifies the basic specifications and testing requirements for ISO series 1 tank containers suitable for the carriage of gases, liquids and solid substances (dry bulk) which can be loaded or unloaded as liquids by gravity or pressure discharge, for international exchange and for conveyance by road, rail and sea, including interchange between these forms of transport. Except where otherwise stated, the requirements of this document are minimum requirements.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum requirements for securing payload to ensure safe operation of freight wagons, utilizing a train speed of 120 km/h it is serving as a basis for the design and implementation of payload securing methods.
In the case of wagons designed for the transport of special payload and/or with integrated load securement (e.g. tank wagons, hopper wagons, car carriers, coil carriers and wagons for intermodal transport) special requirements have also to be observed.

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This part of IEC 60286 is applicable to the tape packaging of electronic components without
leads or with lead stumps, intended to be connected to electronic circuits. It includes only
those dimensions that are essential for the taping of components intended for the abovementioned
purposes.
This document also includes requirements related to the packaging of singulated die products
including bare die and bumped die (flip chips).

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This document specifies the minimum requirements for securing payload to ensure safe operation of freight wagons, utilizing a train speed of up to 120 km/h. It is serving as a basis for the design and implementation of payload securing methods.
Additional requirements in the case of wagons designed for the transport of special payload and/or with integrated load security (e.g. tank wagons, hopper wagons, car carriers, coil carriers and wagons for intermodal transport) are not part of this document.

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This document specifies the methodology and procedure for determining the presence and minimization of other dangerous substances in relation with Annex II Para 1 Indent 3 of Directive 94/62/EC. This document is intended to be of practical use, and to enable efficient application of Directive 94/62/EC, even for small and medium-sized companies in the packaging industry, providing them with a methodology for assessing compliance with the Directive.
This document cannot by itself provide presumption of conformity. The procedure for applying this document is contained in EN 13427.

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This document specifies the methodology and procedure for determining the presence and minimization of other dangerous substances in relation with Annex II Para 1 Indent 3 of Directive 94/62/EC. This document is intended to be of practical use, and to enable efficient application of Directive 94/62/EC, even for small and medium-sized companies in the packaging industry, providing them with a methodology for assessing compliance with the Directive.
This document cannot by itself provide presumption of conformity. The procedure for applying this document is contained in EN 13427.

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This document gives specifications for the 26 millimetres intermediate depth crown cap, lined with a plastic gasket and designed to seal bottles conforming typically but not exclusively to ISO 12821 and ISO 12822 standards for pry-off and pr EN (WI 00261441) and pr EN (WI 00261442) for twist-off.
It specifies the dimensional requirements that are of direct importance to the customer/bottler and recommendations for cap application.
The gasket material and profile are not specified as a number of different profiles are available depending on the end use and supplier specific technology. The requirement placed on the gasket profile design is that it must be fit for purpose used in conjunction with glass finishes in reference.

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