This document specifies a system of designating textile glass yarns (including single, multiple-wound,
folded (plied), cabled and textured yarns, strands, slivers and rovings) based on their linear density
expressed in the tex system.

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ISO 5025:2017 specifies a method for determining the width and length of a woven-fabric reinforcement in the form of a roll[1] . [1] Attention is drawn to ISO 22198 which is a related International Standard dealing with textiles.

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ISO 2797:2017 establishes a basis for a specification for textile glass rovings, whether direct rovings or assembled rovings.

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ISO 1887:2014 specifies a method for the determination of the combustible-matter content of products made from textile glass, such as continuous-filament yarns, staple-fibre yarns, rovings, chopped strands, milled fibres, fabrics, chopped-strand and continuous-filament mats, and other glass reinforcements.

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ISO 3342:2011 specifies a method for the determination of the tensile breaking force of textile glass mats. The method is intended for chopped-strand mat but is equally applicable to certain types of continuous-strand mat usually intended for pultrusion.

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ISO 2559:2011 provides a basis for specifications which is applicable only to textile glass mats that are made from chopped or continuous strands bonded together by chemical or mechanical means and that are used for the reinforcement of plastics. It is not applicable to surfacing mats, staple-fibre mats or glass mats (or bats) of the type used for thermal and acoustic insulation.

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ISO 4604:2011 specifies a method of determining the conventional flexural stiffness of reinforcement fabrics by means of a fixed-angle flexometer. This method is not suitable for testing fabrics that are limp or that have a marked tendency to curl or twist or fray.

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ISO 4900:2011 specifies a method for the determination of the contact mouldability of textile glass mats and fabrics. NOTE The hand lay-up method of moulding is generally not regarded as lending itself to objective determinations. However, if the process is carried out by the same operator, useful comparisons can be drawn between results obtained with different mats or fabrics.

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ISO 3598:2011 provides a basis for a specification applicable to textile glass yarns (strands, slivers, single yarns, folded yarns and cable yarns). It does not apply to textured yarns, rovings, chopped strands, milled fibres, pre-impregnated yarns, etc. It does not cover all requirements for specialized applications. Where such other requirements are necessary, they are, or will be, given in other appropriate International Standards.

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ISO 8516:2011 provides a basis for a specification applicable to textured yarns made from single or folded yarns of textile glass. Textured glass yarns can be produced by several types of process. They can be made starting either from a single strand or from two or more strands in which one or more have been "opened" to give the "bulky" aspect of textured yarn. Textured glass yarn is used in various applications, for example insulation, filtration, the manufacture of decorative textiles, the reinforcement of plastics and the manufacture of packing materials.

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ISO 3343:2010 specifies a method for determining the twist balance index of folded yarn and cabled yarn made from textile glass, carbon, aramid or any other reinforcement fibre.

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ISO 2558:2010 specifies a method of determining the time taken for a tensile load to break the bond between the strands of a textile glass chopped-strand mat, used for the reinforcement of plastics, which is immersed in styrene.

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ISO 3375:2009 specifies a method for the determination of the stiffness of textile glass rovings.

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This document specifies a system of designating textile glass yarns (including single, multiple-wound, folded (plied), cabled and textured yarns, strands, slivers and rovings) based on their linear density expressed in the tex system.

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ISO 1888:2006 specifies longitudinal-profile and transverse-section methods for determining the average diameter (i.e. the average value of actual diameters) of staple fibres or filaments in a textile glass product. This diameter must not be confused with the nominal diameter which is used in the designation of yarns and materials manufactured from these yarns and corresponds to the average diameter but rounded to the nearest whole number.

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ISO 9163:2005 specifies two methods for the determination of the tensile stress at break of an impregnated roving:
a reference method using test specimens produced with moulded epoxy tabs;a short method using test specimens with no tabs or simple cardboard or composite tabs.
The methods are applicable to both assembled (multistrand) and direct (multifilament) rovings; nevertheless the reference method may be used for various linear densities, but the short method is described for 1200 tex rovings only, which is the linear density that allows the roving to spread out most easily to give a flat tape.

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ISO 9163:2005 specifies two methods for the determination of the tensile stress at break of an impregnated roving: a reference method using test specimens produced with moulded epoxy tabs; a short method using test specimens with no tabs or simple cardboard or composite tabs. The methods are applicable to both assembled (multistrand) and direct (multifilament) rovings; nevertheless the reference method may be used for various linear densities, but the short method is described for 1200 tex rovings only, which is the linear density that allows the roving to spread out most easily to give a flat tape.

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ISO 9163:2005 specifies two methods for the determination of the tensile stress at break of an impregnated roving:
a reference method using test specimens produced with moulded epoxy tabs;a short method using test specimens with no tabs or simple cardboard or composite tabs.
The methods are applicable to both assembled (multistrand) and direct (multifilament) rovings; nevertheless the reference method may be used for various linear densities, but the short method is described for 1200 tex rovings only, which is the linear density that allows the roving to spread out most easily to give a flat tape.

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ISO 15039 specifies two methods for the determination of the percentage of size (coating) on the glass fibre that is soluble an acetone. These test methods are applicable to continuous rovings only.

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ISO 3597-4:2003 specifies a method for determining the apparent interlaminar shear strength of composite rods of circular cross-section made of roving-reinforced resin. The test may be carried out on "as-moulded" rods, or on rods that have been pretreated by immersion in boiling water (or another medium) for a specified time. The test is intended for inspection and quality control of rovings or for evaluating their suitability for use in a resin system. The results obtained are not intended for the generation of design data.

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ISO 3597-3:2003 specifies a method for determining the compressive strength of composite rods of circular cross-section made of roving-reinforced resin. The test may be carried out on "as-moulded" rods, or on rods that have been pretreated by immersion in boiling water (or another medium) for a specified time. The test is intended for inspection and quality control of rovings or for evaluating their suitability for use in a resin system. The results obtained are not intended for the generation of design data.

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ISO 3597-2:2003 specifies a method for determining the flexural strength of composite rods of circular cross-section made of roving-reinforced resin. The test may be carried out on "as-moulded" rods, or on rods that have been pretreated by immersion in boiling water (or another medium) for a specified time. The test is intended for inspection and quality control of rovings or for evaluating their suitability for use in a resin system. The results obtained are not intended for the generation of design data.

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ISO 3597-1:2003 provides general information and specifies a method for preparing specimens (rods) intended to be used for tests specified in the other parts of ISO 3597.

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This part 3 of EN 14118 provides the technical specification for chopped strands and continuous filaments mats covered by the part 1.

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1.1   This part 1 of EN 14118 establishes a method of designation for chopped strand and continuous filament mats made from textile glass strands, which may be used as the basis for specifications.
1.2   This designation system is for chopped strand an continuous filament mats used for the reinforcement of plastics and hydraulic matrices.
It does not apply to mats made from staple fibres, nor to mechanical or stitched bonded materials and to veils.
1.3   It is not intended to imply that mats having the same designation give necessarily the same performance. Nor is the designation system intended to cover all the characteristics of mats. This part 1 of EN 14118 does not give engineering data, performance data or data which may be required to specify chopped strand and continuous filament mats for a particular application or method of processing.
If such additional properties are required they shall be determined in accordance with the test methods specified in EN 14118-2.

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This part 2 of EN 14118 provides the list of test methods and general requirements for chopped strand and continuous filament mats covered by the part 1.

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This part 2 of EN 14118 provides the list of test methods and general requirements for chopped strand and continuous filament mats covered by the part 1.

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This part 3 of EN 14118 provides the technical specification for chopped strands and continuous filaments mats covered by the part 1.

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1.1   This part 1 of EN 14118 establishes a method of designation for chopped strand and continuous filament mats made from textile glass strands, which may be used as the basis for specifications.
1.2   This designation system is for chopped strand an continuous filament mats used for the reinforcement of plastics and hydraulic matrices.
It does not apply to mats made from staple fibres, nor to mechanical or stitched bonded materials and to veils.
1.3   It is not intended to imply that mats having the same designation give necessarily the same performance. Nor is the designation system intended to cover all the characteristics of mats. This part 1 of EN 14118 does not give engineering data, performance data or data which may be required to specify chopped strand and continuous filament mats for a particular application or method of processing.
If such additional properties are required they shall be determined in accordance with the test methods specified in EN 14118-2.

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This part of this European Standard establishes a method of designation for roving made from continuous filament textile glass strands, which may be used as the basis for specifications.
This designation system is for roving used for the reinforcement of plastics and hydraulic matrices, and the manufacture of woven materials.
It does not apply to roving made from staple fibres.
It is not intended to imply that roving having the same designation give necessarily the same performance. Nor is the designation system intended to cover all the characteristics of roving. This part of this European Standard  does not give engineering data, performance data or data which may be required to specify roving for a particular application or method of processing.
If such additional properties are required they shall be determined in accordance with the test methods specified in Part 2 of EN 14020.

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This part of this European Standard defines test methods to be used to determine designated and specified properties given in Part 1 and 3, respectively. It defines general requirements applicable to the specification of all types of glass fibre rovings falling within the scope of this specification as defined in Part 1 of the standard.

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This part of this European Standard gives a technical specification for rovings that are made from continuous filament textile glass. It defines those parameters which shall be specified plus other parameters which may be specified if required for a particular application or processing method.
The specification does not define absolute or nominal values for any parameter. The value of a specified parameter is to be defined by the manufacturer but this specification defines the method of test to be used to determine the value of each specified parameter and the tolerance about which the parameter shall be controlled by the manufacturer.
The parameters which shall always be defined in any roving specification are defined in clause 4.1 and 4.2. The other parameters which are included in a specification shall either be nominated by the manufacturer or agreed between manufacturer and customer. These parameters are defined in clause 4.3.

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This International Standard specifies a method for determining the mass per unit area of mats (either choppedstrand mat or continuous-strand mat) or fabrics which may be manufactured with glass or carbon or aramid yarns.

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1.1 This International Standard specifies a method for the determination of the tensile breaking force and elongation at break of glass yarns taken from packages. 1.2 The method is applicable to various types of glass yarn (single, folded, cabled, strands, structures without twist, rovings, etc.). It is basically intended for single, folded and cabled glass yarns having a diameter of less than 2mm, or a linear density lower than 2000 tex , taken from packages. Heavier yarns may be also tested providing the test conditions are acceptable to all interested parties. 1.3 The method is not applicable to glass yarns which, in equilibrium with the standard atmosphere and under a pre-tension of 5 mN/tex , are elongated by more than 0,5% . Such yarns can be tested using a lower pre-tension (for example 2,5 mN/tex or 1 mN/tex ), acceptable to all interested parties. This would occur mainly when dealing with staple- fibre yarns. NOTE 1 Though the determination may be run on beamed yarn or on yarns taken from fabrics, the results must be considered as indicative only. NOTE 2 This test method is primarily intended for material characterization and quality control. Fibre-to-fibre abrasion and other factors such as insufficiently uniform tension (catenary) will increase variability and generate low test values. This will consequently impede accurate correlation between performance of the yarns and end use applications. Extreme care should be taken in considering this method for specification purposes. NOTE 3 Though this International Standard provides the possibility of determining the elongation at break, this practice is not recommended, however. Indeed, a correct assessment of the elongation will only be obtained using an extensometer; it will not be obtained by measuring the distance traversed by the moving clamp. On the other hand, experience shows that the use of an extensometer is quite delicate and often causes damage to the specimen.

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1.1 This part 2 of EN 12971 defines the test methods to be used to determine the designated and specified properties given in part 1 and 3 respectively. 1.2 This part 2 of EN 12971 defines the general requirements applicable to the specification of all types of chopped strand falling within the scope of this specification as defined in part 1 of the standard.

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1.1 This part 1 of EN 12971 establishes a method of designation for chopped strands made from continuous filament textile glass strands, which may be used as the basis for specifications. 1.2 This designation system is for chopped strands used for the reinforcement of plastics and the manufacture of synthetic bonded non-woven materials. It does not apply to chopped strands made from staple fibres.

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This European Standard describes the designation system for yarns based on continuous filament textile glass (single yarns, folded yarns) and excludes textures yarns and yarns based on staple fibre, rovings and pre-impregnated yarns.

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This European Standard provides the list of properties and the general requirements for yarns based on continuous filament textile glass (single yarns, folded yarns) and excludes textured yarns and yarns based on staple fibre, rovings and pre-impregnated yarns.

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This European Standard provides the requirements for textile glass yarns intended to general purpose applications.

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1.1 This part 3 of EN 12971 gives a specification for chopped strands made from continuous filament textile glass. The specification defines those parameters which shall be specified plus other parameters which may be specified if required for a particular application or processing method. 1.2 The specification does not define absolute or nominal values for any parameter.

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1.1 This part 1 of EN 12971 establishes a method of designation for chopped strands made from continuous filament textile glass strands, which may be used as the basis for specifications. 1.2 This designation system is for chopped strands used for the reinforcement of plastics and the manufacture of synthetic bonded non-woven materials. It does not apply to chopped strands made from staple fibres.

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