This European Standard specifies safety requirements for all the phases of the life of a machine listed in 5.3 a) of EN ISO 12100-1:2003. Reciprocating roller machines are machines used for the processing of animal hides and skins. They have a reciprocating opening and closing motion of the feed rollers or conveyors which, if required, may also reverse their direction. This standard covers the following reciprocating roller machines a) Buffing machines b) Polishing machines c) Ironing machines (woolskins and fur) d) Carding machines e) Shearing machines (woolskins and fur) f) Cylinder universal staking machines g) Setting-out machines h) Dewooling machines i) Scudding machines j) Unhairing (dehairing) machines k) Sammying machines l) Cylinder ironing machines m) Cylinder staking machines n) Fleshing machines o) Demanuring machines p) Wet wheeling machines q) Shaving machines (feed-out) r) Shaving machines (feed-in) It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure. This European Standard is not applicable to reciprocating roller machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN. This European Standard provides provisions for the reduction of noise emission at the design stage. However, it does not provide a noise test code for the determination by measurement of noise emission values for the machines it covers. Without such a code the manufacturer cannot fulfil his obligation to provide the noise emission values of the machines put on the market. All the significant hazards are dealt with in this European Standard except the following: - Dust, smoke and vapour emissions; - Fire. For these hazards general guidelines are proposed in normative annexes. Designers and manufacturers shall verify directly that the methods adopted to reduce these hazards have been successful.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for all the phases of the life of a machine listed in 5.3 a) of EN ISO 12100-1:2003".
Reciprocating roller machines are machines used for the processing of animal hides and skins. They have a reciprocating opening and closing motion of the feed rollers or conveyors which, if required, may also reverse their direction.
This standard covers the following reciprocating roller machines (see figures 1 to 13 for typical configurations and annex D for descriptions):
a) Buffing machines (see figures 1a and 1b)
b) Polishing machines (see figures 1a and 1b)
c) Ironing machines (woolskins and fur) (see figures 2a and 2b)
d) Carding machines (see figures 3a and 3b)
e) Shearing machines (woolskins and fur) (see figures 4a and 4b)
f) Cylinder universal staking machines (see figures 5a and 5b)
g) Setting-out machines (see figures 6a and 6b)
h) Dewooling machines (see figures 6a and 6b)
i) Scudding machines (see figures 6a and 6b)
j) Unhairing (dehairing) machines (see figures 6a and 6b)
k) Sammying machines (see figures 6a and 6b)
l) Cylinder ironing machines (see figures 7a and 7b)
m) Cylinder staking machines (see figures 8a and 8b)
n) Fleshing machines (see figures 9a and 9b)
o) Demanuring machines (see figures 10a and 10b)
p) Wet wheeling machines (see figures 11a and 11b)
q) Shaving machines (feed-out) (see figures 12a and 12b)
r) Shaving machines (feed-in) (see figures 13a and 13b)
It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure.
This European Standard is not applicable to reciprocating roller machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN."
This European Standard provides provisions for the reduction of noise emission at the design stage (see 5.2.4 and Annex A). However, it does not provide a noise test code for the determination by measurement of noise emission values for the machines it covers. Without such a code the manufacturer cannot fulfil his obligation to provide the noise emission values of the machines put on the market."
All the significant hazards (see Clause 4) are dealt with in this European Standard except the following:"
Dust, smoke and vapour emissions (see Annex B);
Fire (see Annex C).
For these hazards general guidelines are proposed in !normative annexes". Designers and
manufacturers shall verify directly that the methods adopted to reduce these hazards have been successful.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for all the phases of the life of a machine listed in
5.3 a) of EN ISO 12100-1:2003.
Reciprocating roller machines are machines used for the processing of animal hides and skins. They have a reciprocating opening and closing motion of the feed rollers or conveyors which, if required, may also reverse their direction.
This standard covers the following reciprocating roller machines (see figures 1 to 13 for typical configurations and annex D for descriptions):
a)   Buffing machines (see figures 1a and 1b)
b)   Polishing machines (see figures 1a and 1b)
c)   Ironing machines (woolskins and fur) (see figures 2a and 2b)
d)   Carding machines (see figures 3a and 3b)
e)   Shearing machines (woolskins and fur) (see figures 4a and 4b)
f)   Cylinder universal staking machines (see figures 5a and 5b)
g)   Setting-out machines (see figures 6a and 6b)
h)   Dewooling machines (see figures 6a and 6b)
i)   Scudding machines (see figures 6a and 6b)
j)   Unhairing (dehairing) machines (see figures 6a and 6b)
k)   Sammying machines (see figures 6a and 6b)
l)   Cylinder ironing machines (see figures 7a and 7b)
m)   Cylinder staking machines (see figures 8a and 8b)
n)   Fleshing machines (see figures 9a and 9b)
o)   Demanuring machines (see figures 10a and 10b)
p)   Wet wheeling machines (see figures 11a and 11b)
q)   Shaving machines (feed-out) (see figures 12a and 12b)
r)   Shaving machines (feed-in) (see figures 13a and 13b)
It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure.
This European Standard is not applicable to reciprocating roller machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.
This European Standard provides provisions for the reduction of noise emission at the design stage (see 5.2.4 and Annex A). However, it does not provide a noise test code for the determination by measurement of noise emission values for the machines it covers. Without such a code the manufacturer c

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This European Standard deals with the following roller coating machines (see Figures 2 to 4 and normative annex A for description): a) single and multi-roller contra-rotating machines (see Figure 2); b) single and multi-roller synchronised machines (see Figure 3); c) single and multi roller- contra-rotating /synchronised machines, so-called combined machines (see Figure 4). The machines are not intended to be used during transportation. This standard specifies safety requirements for design, construction and operation. It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure. This standard takes account of material feeding and handling devices which, when attached to the machine, become an integral part.

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This European Standard deals with the following roller coating machines (see Figures 2 to 4 and normative annex A for description):
a)   single and multi-roller contra-rotating machines (see Figure 2);
b)   single and multi-roller synchronised machines (see Figure 3);
c)   single and multi roller- contra-rotating /synchronised machines, so-called combined machines (see Figure 4).
The machines are not intended to be used during transportation.
This standard specifies safety requirements for design, construction and operation.
It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure.
This standard takes account of material feeding and handling devices which, when attached to the machine, become an integral part.
This document is not applicable to the roller coating machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.
This standard does not establish any requirements for electromagnetic disturbances.
NOTE   Directive 94/9/EC concerning equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres can be applicable to the type of machine or equipment covered by this European Standard. The present standard does not necessarily comply with Directive 94/9/EC. Additional safety requirements in a future revision of this standard can be necessary to satisfy Directive 94/9/EC.

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This document applies to splitting, skiving, edge trimming, strip cutting, cementing and cement drying machines used in the manufacture of footwear, leather and imitation leather goods and other related components. This document does not apply to: - trimming machines with rotary milling tool for the purpose of trimming edges of material, see EN 930; - splitting and band knife machines used in tanneries, see EN 13112; - portable machines. This document specifies safety requirements for construction, transport, installation, adjustment, setting, teaching or process change-over, operation, cleaning, maintenance, decommissioning, dismantling and, as far as safety is concerned, disposal for machines mentioned in 1.1. It takes account of intended use !, foreseeable misuse", component and system failure. This document deals with significant hazards relevant to the footwear, leather and imitation leather goods manufacturing industries. (For a list of hazards see Clause 4.) The document does not deal with precise technical measures for reducing the risks of fumes and dusts detrimental The document does not deal with precise technical measures for reducing the risks of fumes and dusts detrimental to health. The use of machines falling within the scope of this document for purposes other than those specified in 1.1, may give rise to hazards not considered during its preparation. This document also applies to equipment for material handling and operations which are an integral part of the machine. This document assumes the machines - are operated by adequately trained persons - are used with adequate workplace lighting conforming the local regulations or to EN 12464-1. This document is not applicable to splitting, skiving, edge trimming, strip cutting, cementing and cement drying machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN."

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This document applies to splitting, skiving, edge trimming, strip cutting, cementing and cement drying machines used in the manufacture of footwear, leather and imitation leather goods and other related components.
1.2   This document does not apply to:
-   trimming machines with rotary milling tool for the purpose of trimming edges of material, see EN 930;
-   splitting and band knife machines used in tanneries, see EN 13112;
-   portable machines.
1.3   This document specifies safety requirements for construction, transport, installation, adjustment, setting, teaching or process change-over, operation, cleaning, maintenance, decommissioning, dismantling and, as far as safety is concerned, disposal for machines mentioned in 1.1.
It takes account of intended use , foreseeable misuse, component and system failure.
1.4   This document deals with significant hazards relevant to the footwear, leather and imitation leather goods manufacturing industries. (For a list of hazards see Clause 4.)
The document does not deal with precise technical measures for reducing the risks of fumes and dusts detrimental to health.
The use of machines falling within the scope of this document for purposes other than those specified in 1.1, may give rise to hazards not considered during its preparation.
1.5   This document also applies to equipment for material handling and operations which are an integral part of the machine.
1.6   This document assumes the machines
-   are operated by adequately trained persons
-   are used with adequate workplace lighting conforming the local regulations or to EN 12464-1
1.7   This document is not applicable to splitting, skiving, edge trimming, strip cutting, cementing and cement drying machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for design, construction, operation, adjustment, setting, cleaning and maintenance of a machine. This standard covers the following machines (see annex C and Figures 1 and 2 for typical configurations): a) horizontal rotating vessels; b) inclined rotating vessels. This standard does not apply to machines using substances containing solvent, that would generate fume and/or vapour detrimental to health, or that may lead to fire or explosive atmosphere. This standard takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure. The machines are for fixed installation. This document is not applicable to the rotating vessels which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN." This standard does not establish any requirements for electromagnetic disturbances.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for design, construction, operation, adjustment, setting, cleaning and maintenance of splitting machines (see figures 1, 2) for limed hides and skins, wet blue and dry materials, bandknife shearing machines (see figures 3, 4, 5, 6) used in the splitting and shearing of leather and synthetic materials. This standard takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure. The machines are for fixed installation. This document is not applicable to the splitting and bandknife shearing machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN." All the significant hazards listed in clause 4 are safeguarded by the requirements included in clause 5 except dust and fire. For these hazards general guidelines are proposed in normative annex A. Designers and manufacturers shall verify directly that the methods adopted to reduce these hazards have been successful.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for design, construction, operation, adjustment, setting, cleaning and maintenance of
-   splitting machines (see figures 1, 2) for limed hides and skins, wet blue and dry materials,
-   bandknife shearing machines (see figures 3, 4, 5, 6)
used in the splitting and shearing of leather and synthetic materials.
This standard takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure.
The machines are for fixed installation.
This document is not applicable to the splitting and bandknife shearing machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.
All the significant hazards listed in clause 4 are safeguarded by the requirements included in clause 5 except dust and fire.
For these hazards general guidelines are proposed in normative annex A.
Designers and manufacturers shall verify directly that the methods adopted to reduce these hazards have been successful.
This standard does not establish any requirements for electromagnetic disturbances.
NOTE   Directive 94/9/EC concerning equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres can be applicable to the type of machine or equipment covered by this European Standard. The present standard does not necessarily comply with Directive 94/9/EC. Additional safety requirements in a future revision of this standard can be necessary to satisfy Directive 94/9/EC.

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1.1   This European Standard specifies safety requirements for design, construction, operation, adjustment, setting, cleaning and maintenance of a machine.
1.2   This standard covers the following machines (see annex C and Figures 1 and 2 for typical configurations):
a)   horizontal rotating vessels;
b)   inclined rotating vessels.
1.3   This standard does not apply to machines using substances containing solvent, that would generate fume and/or vapour detrimental to health, or that may lead to fire or explosive atmosphere.
1.4   This standard takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure.
The machines are for fixed installation.
1.5   This document is not applicable to the rotating vessels which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.
1.6   This standard does not establish any requirements for electromagnetic disturbances.
NOTE    Directive 94/9/EC concerning equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres can be applicable to the type of machine or equipment covered by this European Standard. The present standard does not necessarily comply with Directive 94/9/EC. Additional safety requirements in a future revision of this standard can be necessary to satisfy Directive 94/9/EC.

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This standard is applicable to nailing machines used in the footwear manufacturing industry, namely:
-   heel attaching machines (see figure 1)
-   heel nailing machines (see figure 2)
-   gang nailing machines (see figure 3)
This standard does not apply to gang nailing machines which comply in all respects with the requirements for seat lasting machines: see EN 931.
This standard specifies safety requirements for the design and construction of nailing machines. No specific requirements are included for transport, commissioning and decommissioning.
It takes account of intended use, !foreseeable misuse and component" and system failure.
This standard covers all hazards relevant to the footwear manufacturing industry. Use of the machines within the scope of this standard in different industries may give rise to hazards which were not taken into account at the time of its preparation.
This document is not applicable to nailing machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.

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1.1   This European Standard specifies safety requirements for the design and operation of the machines defined in 1.2.
It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse and component and system failure.
1.2   This European Standard applies for cutting and punching machines used in the manufacture of footwear, leather and imitation leather goods and other related components. This European Standard applies to the following cutting and punching machines:
-   swing arm cutting presses with manual or powered swing arm;
-   manual and automatic travelling head cutting presses with powered travelling head;
-   manual and automatic beam cutting presses;
-   punching and perforating presses;
-   C-frame cutting presses.
1.3   This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   mechanical presses;
-   presses intended for working cold metal;
-   fastening, riveting, stitching, stapling, bending or folding machines;
-   guillotines, shears and similar machines;
-   shoe and leather presses as described in EN 12203.
1.4   This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the footwear, leather and imitation leather goods manufacturing machinery defined in 1.2, when it is used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4) and is intended for operation in applications by trained persons.
1.5   This European Standard deals with material feeding and handling devices, when attached to the machine.
1.6   This European Standard is not applicable to machines which are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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1.1   This standard applies to the following machines which are intended to work material for the manufacture of footwear:
-   Automatic and manual roughing, scouring and polishing machines;
-   Automatic and manual edge contour trimming machines.
1.2   This standard does not apply to modular shoe repair machines.
1.3   This standard specifies safety requirements for design, construction and operation.
It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and system failure.
1.4   This standard covers all hazards relevant to the footwear, leather and imitation leather goods manufacturing industries.
The use of machines within the scope of this standard in different industries may give rise to hazards which were not taken into account at the time of its preparation.
1.5   This document is not applicable to roughing, scouring, polishing and trimming machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.

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This European Standard is applicable to shoe and leather presses (see 3.1) used in the manufacture of footwear, leather and imitation leather goods and other related components. These machines are:
-   Sole attaching presses (open and closed types);
-   Sole and insole moulding machines;
-   Back part moulding machines;
-   Backer, lining and toe puff attaching presses;
-   Ironing presses;
-   Marking, stamping, labelling and embossing machines;
-   Stitch marking machines;
-   Upper preforming machines;
-   Automatic shoe and leather presses;
a)   Premoulding machines for thermoplastic counters and counter forming machines;
b)   Integrated manufacturing systems;
c)   Presses with mobile stations and rotary configuration;
-   Folding presses;
-   Activating presses;
-   Relasting and last slipping machines;
-   Top piece attaching presses;
-   Leather button covering machines.
1.2   This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   Cutting and punching machines;
NOTE   !See EN 12044."
-   Eyelet, hook and decorative nail attaching machines;
"deleted text"
-   Presses used for shoe repair and orthopaedic works
NOTE   "See EN 12387."
1.3   This European Standard specifies safety requirements for construction, transport, installation, adjustment, setting, teaching or process change-over, operation, cleaning, maintenance, decommissioning, dismantling and, as far as safety is concerned, disposal for machines mentioned in 1.1.
It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and system failure.
1.4   This European Standard covers significant hazards relevant to the footwear, leather and imitation leather goods manufacturing industries. (List of hazards see 4.)
This European Standard does not deal with precise technical measures for reducing the risks of fumes and dusts detrimental to health.
The use of machines within the scope of this European Standard in industries other than those specified in 1.1 can give rise to hazard not considered during its preparation.

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This European Standard is applicable to shoe and leather presses (see 3.1) used in the manufacture of footwear, leather and imitation leather goods and other related components. These machines are:
-   Sole attaching presses (open and closed types);
-   Sole and insole moulding machines;
-   Back part moulding machines;
-   Backer, lining and toe puff attaching presses;
-   Ironing presses;
-   Marking, stamping, labelling and embossing machines;
-   Stitch marking machines;
-   Upper preforming machines;
-   Automatic shoe and leather presses;
a)   Premoulding machines for thermoplastic counters and counter forming machines;
b)   Integrated manufacturing systems;
c)   Presses with mobile stations and rotary configuration;
-   Folding presses;
-   Activating presses;
-   Relasting and last slipping machines;
-   Top piece attaching presses;
-   Leather button covering machines.
1.2   This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   Cutting and punching machines;
NOTE   !See EN 12044."
-   Eyelet, hook and decorative nail attaching machines;
"deleted text"
-   Presses used for shoe repair and orthopaedic works
NOTE   "See EN 12387."
1.3   This European Standard specifies safety requirements for construction, transport, installation, adjustment, setting, teaching or process change-over, operation, cleaning, maintenance, decommissioning, dismantling and, as far as safety is concerned, disposal for machines mentioned in 1.1.
It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and system failure.
1.4   This European Standard covers significant hazards relevant to the footwear, leather and imitation leather goods manufacturing industries. (List of hazards see 4.)
This European Standard does not deal with precise technical measures for reducing the risks of fumes and dusts detrimental to health.
The use of machines within the scope of this European Standard in industries other than those specified in 1.1 can give rise to hazard not considered during its preparation.

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1.1   This standard applies to the following machines which are intended to work material for the manufacture of footwear:
-   Automatic and manual roughing, scouring and polishing machines;
-   Automatic and manual edge contour trimming machines.
1.2   This standard does not apply to modular shoe repair machines.
1.3   This standard specifies safety requirements for design, construction and operation.
It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and system failure.
1.4   This standard covers all hazards relevant to the footwear, leather and imitation leather goods manufacturing industries.
The use of machines within the scope of this standard in different industries may give rise to hazards which were not taken into account at the time of its preparation.
1.5   This document is not applicable to roughing, scouring, polishing and trimming machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.

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1.1   This European Standard specifies safety requirements for the design and operation of the machines defined in 1.2.
It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse and component and system failure.
1.2   This European Standard applies for cutting and punching machines used in the manufacture of footwear, leather and imitation leather goods and other related components. This European Standard applies to the following cutting and punching machines:
-   swing arm cutting presses with manual or powered swing arm;
-   manual and automatic travelling head cutting presses with powered travelling head;
-   manual and automatic beam cutting presses;
-   punching and perforating presses;
-   C-frame cutting presses.
1.3   This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   mechanical presses;
-   presses intended for working cold metal;
-   fastening, riveting, stitching, stapling, bending or folding machines;
-   guillotines, shears and similar machines;
-   shoe and leather presses as described in EN 12203.
1.4   This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the footwear, leather and imitation leather goods manufacturing machinery defined in 1.2, when it is used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4) and is intended for operation in applications by trained persons.
1.5   This European Standard deals with material feeding and handling devices, when attached to the machine.
1.6   This European Standard is not applicable to machines which are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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1.1   This noise test code specifies common requirements necessary to carry out efficiently and under standardised conditions the determination, declaration and verification of the noise emission characteristics of the following leather and imitation leather goods and footwear manufacturing machinery:
-   Cutting and punching machines (EN 12044);
-   Roughing, scouring, polishing and trimming machines (EN 930);
-   Footwear moulding machines (EN 1845);
-   Lasting machines (EN 931);
-   Nailing machines (EN 12653);
-   Modular shoe repair equipment (EN 12387);
-   Shoe and leather presses (EN 12203);
-   Splitting, skiving, cutting, cementing and cement drying machines (EN 13457).
Common requirements given in this standard are complemented by specific requirements on noise given in the above mentioned C-type standards.
1.2   Noise emission characteristics include emission sound pressure levels at workstations and the sound power level.
The determination of these quantities is necessary e.g. for:
-   manufacturers to declare the noise emitted;
-   comparing the noise emitted by machines in the family concerned;
-   purposes of noise control at source at the design stage.
1.3   The use of this noise test code and of the specific requirements on noise given in the relevant C-type standard ensures the reproducibility of the determination of the noise emission characteristics within specified limits determined by the grade of accuracy of the basic noise measurement standards used. Preferred noise measurement standards are those of engineering grade of accuracy (grade 2):

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1.1   This noise test code specifies common requirements necessary to carry out efficiently and under standardised conditions the determination, declaration and verification of the noise emission characteristics of the following leather and imitation leather goods and footwear manufacturing machinery:
-   Cutting and punching machines (EN 12044);
-   Roughing, scouring, polishing and trimming machines (EN 930);
-   Footwear moulding machines (EN 1845);
-   Lasting machines (EN 931);
-   Nailing machines (EN 12653);
-   Modular shoe repair equipment (EN 12387);
-   Shoe and leather presses (EN 12203);
-   Splitting, skiving, cutting, cementing and cement drying machines (EN 13457).
Common requirements given in this standard are complemented by specific requirements on noise given in the above mentioned C-type standards.
1.2   Noise emission characteristics include emission sound pressure levels at workstations and the sound power level.
The determination of these quantities is necessary e.g. for:
-   manufacturers to declare the noise emitted;
-   comparing the noise emitted by machines in the family concerned;
-   purposes of noise control at source at the design stage.
1.3   The use of this noise test code and of the specific requirements on noise given in the relevant C-type standard ensures the reproducibility of the determination of the noise emission characteristics within specified limits determined by the grade of accuracy of the basic noise measurement standards used. Preferred noise measurement standards are those of engineering grade of accuracy (grade 2):

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for all the phases of the life of a machine listed in 3.11.a of EN 292-1:1991.  Moving platen machines are machines used for the processing of animal hides and skins. They are table type processing machines which are equipped with:  - vertical opening and closing movement, - alternative horizontal feed-in and feed-out movement.  This European standard covers the following machines (see figures 1 to 5 for typical configurations and normative annex C for descriptions):  a) vacuum dryers with vertical movement (...);  b) vacuum dryers with horizontal and vertical movement (...);  c) vacuum stretching machines (...);  d) platen ironing and embossing machines with vertical movement (...);  e) platen ironing and embossing machines with horizontal and vertical movement (...).  It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure.  This European Standard applies to the machines manufactured after its date of issue.  All the significant hazards listed in clause 4 are covered by the requirements included in clause 5 except:  - dust, fume, vapour and liquid emissions  for which general guidelines are proposed in the informative annex B.  Designers and manufacturers shall verify directly that the methods adopted to reduce these hazards have been successful.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for all the phases of the life of a machine listed in 3.11.a of EN 292-1:1991.  Moving platen machines are machines used for the processing of animal hides and skins. They are table type processing machines which are equipped with:  - vertical opening and closing movement, - alternative horizontal feed-in and feed-out movement.  This European standard covers the following machines (see figures 1 to 5 for typical configurations and normative annex C for descriptions):  a) vacuum dryers with vertical movement (...);  b) vacuum dryers with horizontal and vertical movement (...);  c) vacuum stretching machines (...);  d) platen ironing and embossing machines with vertical movement (...);  e) platen ironing and embossing machines with horizontal and vertical movement (...).  It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure.  This European Standard applies to the machines manufactured after its date of issue.  All the significant hazards listed in clause 4 are covered by the requirements included in clause 5 except:  - dust, fume, vapour and liquid emissions  for which general guidelines are proposed in the informative annex B.  Designers and manufacturers shall verify directly that the methods adopted to reduce these hazards have been successful.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for all the phases of the life of a machine listed in 3.11 a) of EN 292-1: 1991.  Reciprocating roller machines are machines used for the processing of animal hides and skins. They have a reciprocating opening and closing motion of the feed rollers or conveyors which, if required, may also reverse their direction.  This standard covers the following reciprocating roller machines [there is a figure for each type]:  a) buffing machines   (.) b) polishing machines  (.) c) ironing machines (woolskins and fur)  (.) d) carding machines  (.) e) shearing machines (woolskins and fur)  (.) f) cylinder universal staking machines  (.) g) setting-out machines  (.) h) dewooling machines  (.) i) scudding machines  (.) j) unhairing (dehairing) machines  (.) k) sammying machines   (.) l) cylinder ironing machines  (.) m) cylinder staking machines  (.) n) fleshing machines  (.) o) demanuring machines  (.) p) wet wheeling machines  (.) q) shaving machines (feed-out)  (.) r) shaving machines (feed-in)  (.)  It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure.  This European Standard applies to machines manufactured after its date of issue.  All the significant hazards listed in clause 4 are safeguarded by the requirements included in clause 5 except the following:  - dust, smoke and vapour emissions (see annex B);  - fire (see annex C).  For these hazards general guidelines are proposed in informative annexes. Designers and manufacturers shall verify directly that the methods adopted to reduce these hazards have been successful.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for all the phases of the life of a machine listed in 3.11 a) of EN 292-1: 1991.  Reciprocating roller machines are machines used for the processing of animal hides and skins. They have a reciprocating opening and closing motion of the feed rollers or conveyors which, if required, may also reverse their direction.  This standard covers the following reciprocating roller machines [there is a figure for each type]:  a) buffing machines   (.) b) polishing machines  (.) c) ironing machines (woolskins and fur)  (.) d) carding machines  (.) e) shearing machines (woolskins and fur)  (.) f) cylinder universal staking machines  (.) g) setting-out machines  (.) h) dewooling machines  (.) i) scudding machines  (.) j) unhairing (dehairing) machines  (.) k) sammying machines   (.) l) cylinder ironing machines  (.) m) cylinder staking machines  (.) n) fleshing machines  (.) o) demanuring machines  (.) p) wet wheeling machines  (.) q) shaving machines (feed-out)  (.) r) shaving machines (feed-in)  (.)  It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure.  This European Standard applies to machines manufactured after its date of issue.  All the significant hazards listed in clause 4 are safeguarded by the requirements included in clause 5 except the following:  - dust, smoke and vapour emissions (see annex B);  - fire (see annex C).  For these hazards general guidelines are proposed in informative annexes. Designers and manufacturers shall verify directly that the methods adopted to reduce these hazards have been successful.

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This European Standard deals with the following roller coating machines (see figures 2 to 4 and normative Annex A for description)
a) single and multi-roller contra-rotating machines (see figure 2)
b) single and multi-roller synchronised machines (see figure 3)
c) single and multi roller- contra-rotating /synchronised machines, so-called combined machines (see figure 4)
The machines are not intended to be used during transportation.
This standard specifies safety requirements for design, construction and operation.
It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure.
This standard takes account of material feeding and handling devices which, when attached to the machine,
become an integral part.
This European standard applies to the machines manufactured after its date of issue.
This standard does not establish any requirements for electromagnetic disturbances.
NOTE   Directive 94/9/EC concerning equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres can be applicable to the type of machine or equipment covered by this European Standard. The present standard does not necessarily comply with Directive 94/9/EC. Additional safety requirements in a future revision of this standard may be necessary to satisfy Directive 94/9/EC.

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This European Standard deals with the following roller coating machines (see figures 2 to 4 and normative Annex A for description)
a) single and multi-roller contra-rotating machines (see figure 2)
b) single and multi-roller synchronised machines (see figure 3)
c) single and multi roller- contra-rotating /synchronised machines, so-called combined machines (see figure 4)
The machines are not intended to be used during transportation.
This standard specifies safety requirements for design, construction and operation.
It takes account of intended use, foreseeable misuse, component and systems failure.
This standard takes account of material feeding and handling devices which, when attached to the machine,
become an integral part.
This European standard applies to the machines manufactured after its date of issue.
This standard does not establish any requirements for electromagnetic disturbances.
NOTE   Directive 94/9/EC concerning equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres can be applicable to the type of machine or equipment covered by this European Standard. The present standard does not necessarily comply with Directive 94/9/EC. Additional safety requirements in a future revision of this standard may be necessary to satisfy Directive 94/9/EC.

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1.1   This European Standard applies to splitting, skiving, edge trimming, strip cutting, cementing and cement drying machines used in the manufacture of footwear, leather and imitation leather goods and other related components.
1.2   This European Standard does not apply to:
-   trimming machines with rotary milling tool for the purpose of trimming edges of material see EN 930:1996;
-   splitting and band knife machines used in tanneries see prEN 13112:1997;
-   portable machines.
1.3   This European Standard specifies safety requirements for construction, transport, installation, adjustment, setting, teaching or process change-over, operation, cleaning, maintenance, decommissioning, dismantling and, as far as safety is concerned, disposal for machines mentioned in 1.1.
It takes account of intended use, component and system failure.
1.4   This European Standard deals with significant hazards relevant to the footwear, leather and imitation leather goods manufacturing industries. (For a List of hazards see clause 4.)
The European Standard does not deal with precise technical measures for reducing the risks of fumes and dusts detrimental to health.
The use of machines falling within the scope of this Standard for purposes other than those specified in 1.1, may give rise to hazards not considered during its preparation.
1.5   This European Standard also applies to equipment for material handling and operations which are an integral part of the machine.
1.6   This European Standard assumes the machines
-   are operated by adequately trained persons
-   are used with adequate workplace lighting conforming the local regulations or to prEN 12464:1998

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