This document specifies the design loads and the design procedures for the design of rope guides and rubbing ropes used for guiding conveyances and preventing collisions in vertical mine shafts for permanent operations. It covers personnel and material hoisting, as well as rock hoisting installations. There are no fundamental limitations placed on the size of conveyances, the hoisting speeds, shaft layout configurations, or the shaft depth. This document can be applicable to shaft sinking operations when kibbles run on the stage ropes. There are many reasons, based on technical, timing, and cost factors, why rope guides are selected or not for a particular application, following careful assessment at feasibility stage of any project where rope guides are considered. This document provides some comments regarding the advantages and disadvantages of using rope guides compared to rigid guides, and specific design aspects for consideration when using rope guides. However, it is primarily intended to provide the technical information required to ensure good engineering of shafts where rope guided hoisting is the chosen solution. This document does not cover matters of operational safety.

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This document sets out the basic methods for sampling copper, lead, zinc and nickel concentrates from moving streams and stationary lots, including stopped-belt sampling, to provide samples for chemical analysis, physical testing and determination of moisture content, in accordance with the relevant International Standards. Where the concentrates are susceptible to significant oxidation or decomposition, a common sample that is sufficiently representative, i.e. unbiased and sufficiently precise, is used for moisture determination and chemical analysis to eliminate bias (see ISOÂ 10251). Any large agglomerates (>10Â mm) present in the primary sample are crushed prior to further sample processing. Sampling of concentrates in slurry form is specifically excluded from this document. Stopped-belt sampling is the reference method for collecting concentrate samples against which mechanical and manual-sampling procedures can be compared. Sampling from moving streams is the preferred method. Both falling-stream and cross-belt samplers are described. Sampling from stationary lots is used only where sampling from moving streams is not possible. The procedures described in this document for sampling from stationary lots only minimize some of the systematic sampling errors.

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This document stipulates the safety requirements for use of legs and rams as intended by the manufacturer or the manufacturer's authorized representative. These include legs, support rams and rams, including the mechanical extensions, the inner valves and safety devices, seals, the hydraulic connections, (up to the 1st hose line or to the valve of design B, see Part 3) and their lifting points but excluding protective pipes and gaiters, external valves and hydraulic and electrohydraulic control systems.
NOTE   Some components are discussed in other parts of this standard series.
This document applies for legs, support rams, and cylinders that are used at ambient temperatures between –10 °C and 60 °C.
This document identifies and takes account of:
-   possible hazards which may be caused by the operation of legs, support rams and rams;
-   the hazardous areas and the operating conditions that can cause any type of hazard;
-   the situations that can result in hazards that cause an injury or impair health;
-   dangers that can be caused through mine gas and/or flammable dusts.
This document describes methods for reducing these hazards.
Clause 4 contains a list of the hazards discussed.
This document does not specify any additional requirements for:
-   specially corrosive environments;
-   risks associated with manufacturing, transport, and decommissioning;
-   earthquake.
This standard is applicable to all legs, support rams and rams placed on the market for the first time and which are manufactured after the date on which this standard was published.

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This document specifies the safety requirements for hydraulic and electro hydraulic control devices, including hydraulic valves and their control elements, valve combinations, control systems, pipes and hose assemblies, fittings, shut-off devices, measuring devices, filters, built-in pressure limiting and check valves in legs and rams and water spraying and dust suppression valves, as well emergency stop, start warning, locking- and control unit when used as specified by the manufacturer or his authorized representative. Excluded are pressure generators, and internal valves of legs and rams (e.g. leg bottom valves, see EN 1804-2).
NOTE   Some components are dealt with in other parts of this standard.
This document applies to hydraulic and electro hydraulic control devices at ambient temperatures from -10 °C to 60 °C.
This document identifies and takes into account:
-   possible hazards which may be caused by the operation of hydraulic and electro hydraulic control devices;
-   areas and operating conditions which may create such hazards;
-   hazardous situations which may cause injury or may be damaging to health;
-   hazards which may be caused by firedamp and/or combustible dusts.
This document describes methods for the reduction of these hazards.
A list of significant hazards covered appears in Clause 4.
This document does not specify any additional requirements for:
-   use in particularly corrosive environments;
-   hazards occurring during construction, transportation, decommissioning;
-   earthquakes.
This document is applicable to all hydraulic and electro hydraulic control unit placed on the market for the first time and which are manufactured after the date on which this standard was published.

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This document stipulates the safety requirements for the use of support units intended by the manufacturer or the manufacturer's authorized representative. Examples of support units are: frame supports, chock supports, shield supports, paired frames and push-pull support systems including the components of advancing and anchoring devices which provide support functions. This document excludes fixing elements on the conveyor, coal-winning equipment, power set legs and rams, valves, hydraulic and electro-hydraulic control units, lighting and signalling facilities and other ancillary equipment.
COMMENT      Some components are discussed in other parts of this series of standards.
This document applies for support units that are used at ambient temperatures between -10 °C and 60 °C.
This document also applies to support components and support accessories which are provided if the support unit is fitted with stowing equipment. This document identifies and takes account of:
-   the hazards that can possibly be induced through operation of the support units;
-   the hazardous areas and the operating conditions that can cause any type of hazard;
-   the situations that can result in hazards that cause an injury or impair health;
-   dangers that can be caused through mine gas and/or flammable dusts.
This document describes methods for reducing these hazards.
Clause 4 contains a list of the hazards discussed.
This document does not specify any additional requirements for:
-   a particularly corrosive environment;
-   risks associated with manufacturing, transport and decommissioning;
-   earthquake.
This document applies for all support units that have been placed on the market for the first time after the issue date of this standard.

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This document specifies performance and design requirements for air quality control systems for operator enclosures and their monitoring devices. The design specifications are universal in their application and do not contemplate specific mining environments. They are intended to meet identified parameters of both pressurization and respirable particulate and carbon dioxide concentrations. This document also specifies test methods to assess such parameters and provides operational and maintenance instructions. Recommendations are made for operational integration of the air quality control system. Gases and vapours that can be a hazard in the work environment outside of the operator enclosure are excluded from this document.

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This document specifies a flow-table method for the determination of the transportable moisture limit (TML) of copper, lead and zinc sulfide concentrates, which can liquefy during transport. It is applicable to the determination of the TML of concentrates containing 10 % to 80 % (mass fraction) of lead, 10 % to 65 % (mass fraction) of zinc or 10 % to 55 % (mass fraction) of copper and is applicable to TML values in the range 3 % to 28 % (mass fraction).

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This document applies to stationary surface-finishing machines with stationary work piece (see 3.1) or with moving work piece (see 3.2) which are used to grind or polish horizontal surfaces of slabs, strips or tiles of natural stone and engineered stone (e.g. agglomerated stone) as defined by EN 14618:2009.
This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to surface-finishing machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
This document specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
This document deals with the foreseeable lifetime of the machinery including the phases of transport, assembly, dismantling, disabling and scrapping.
This document does not deal with:
-   hand-held grinding machines;
-   machines intended for operation in a potentially explosive atmosphere;
-   operation in severe environmental conditions (e.g. extreme temperatures, corrosive environment);
-   machines intended for outdoor operation.
This document is not applicable to machinery which is manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events which are relevant to:
-   bridge sawing machines;
-   bridge sawing and milling machines;
-   numerical control bridge sawing/milling machines.
These machines are designed to saw and mill natural stone and engineered/agglomerated stone as defined by EN 14618:2009, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
This document specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
This document deals with the foreseeable lifetime of the machinery including the phases of transport, assembly, dismantling, disabling and scrapping.
This document also applies to machines fitted with the following facilities/devices:
-   mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic or vacuum workpiece clamping;
-   automatic tool change;
-   loading and unloading conveyor system;
-   tilting and/or rotating head axis;
-   rotating workpiece support(s);
-   tilting workpiece support(s) when loading;
-   lathe unit;
-   undercut grooving unit;
-   axes operating in accordance with an NC work programme.
This document does not apply to:
-   machines intended for operation in a potentially explosive atmosphere;
-   machines operating in severe environmental conditions (e.g. extreme temperatures, corrosive environment);
-   machines intended for outdoor operation;
-   machines which are manufactured before the date of their publication as EN.

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This document defines terms commonly employed in coal preparation. Note For terms relating to petrographic analysis, see ISO 7404-1.

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This document specifies an analytical method for the determination of total chlorine content using alkaline fusion and potentiometric titration. This method is applicable to copper and nickel sulfide ores and concentrates having chlorine content in the following ranges: a) Method 1: 80 µg/g to 4 300 µg/g b) Method 2: 70 µg/g to 4 300 µg/g

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This document establishes a vocabulary for mine closure and reclamation management.

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This document establishes a practice for the ultimate analysis of coal and coke and is intended for general utilization by the coal and coke industries to provide a basis for comparison of coals and cokes.

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This document specifies a reference method for determining the total sulfur content of hard coal, brown coals and lignites, and coke by the Eschka method.

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This document specifies a method for the determination of the moisture content of a lot of iron ore. This method is applicable to all iron ores, whether natural or processed.

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This document specifies a method of determining the volatile matter of brown coals and lignites by the one furnace method.

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This document specifies requirements for wire-reinforced hoses and hose assemblies for underground coal mining applications of nominal sizes 6,3 to 51 for use with: — oil-based hydraulic fluids HH, HL, HM, HR and HV as defined in ISO 6743-4 at temperatures ranging from −40 °C to +120 °C; — water-based fluids HFC, HFAE, HFAS and HFB as defined in ISO 6743-4 at temperatures ranging from −40 °C to +70 °C; — water at temperatures ranging from 0 °C to +70 °C. There is a possibility that operation at the extremes of or outside these temperature ranges materially reduce the life of the hose. These hoses are not suitable for use with fluids that have a castor oil or ester base.

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This part of EN 1009 to be used together with EN 1009-1, specifies the safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of feeding machinery for the mechanical processing of minerals and similar solid materials. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer. When requirements of this part of EN 1009 are different from those which are stated in EN 1009-1, the requirements of this part of EN 1009 take precedence over the requirements of EN 1009-1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the provisions of this part of EN 1009. This part of EN 1009, together with EN 1009-1, deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to feeding machinery when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
NOTE 1 EN 13309 specifies test methods and acceptance criteria for evaluating the electromagnetic compatibility of all kind of mobile construction machinery.
NOTE 2 Specific requirements related to road traffic regulations (e.g. lighting, dimensions, speed limit plate) are not taken into account in this standard. This part of EN 1009 is not applicable to feeding machinery which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN

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This part of prEN 1009 to be used together with prEN 1009-1, specifies the safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of machinery for cleaning, water recycling, mud treatment and sorting (other than screens) for the mechanical processing in quarrying, recycling and processing mineral and by-products. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
The requirements of this part are complementary to the common requirements formulated in prEN 1009-1. This part does not repeat the requirements from prEN 1009-1, but adds or replaces them. When requirements of this part of prEN 1009 are different from those which are stated in prEN 1009-1, the requirements of this part of prEN 1009 take precedence over the requirements of prEN 1009-1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the provisions of this part of prEN 1009.
This part of prEN 1009, together with prEN 1009-1, deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to machinery for cleaning, recycling, mud treatment when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer associated with the whole lifetime of the machine (see Clause 4).
NOTE 1   EN 13309 specifies test methods and acceptance criteria for evaluating the electromagnetic compatibility of all kind of mobile construction machinery.
NOTE 2   Specific requirements related to road traffic regulations (e.g. lighting, dimensions, speed limit plate) are not taken into account in this standard.
This part of prEN 1009 is not applicable to machinery for cleaning, recycling, mud treatment which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This part of prEN 1009, to be used together with prEN 1009-1, specifies the safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of screening machinery for the mechanical processing in quarrying, recycling and processing mineral and by-products as defined in 3.1.
In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
When requirements of this part of prEN 1009 are different from those which are stated in prEN 1009-1, the requirements of this part of prEN 1009 take precedence over the requirements of prEN 1009-1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the provisions of this part of prEN 1009.
This part of prEN 1009, together with prEN 1009-1, deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to screening machinery when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
NOTE 1   EN 13309 specifies test methods and acceptance criteria for evaluating the electromagnetic compatibility of all kind of mobile construction machinery.
NOTE 2   Specific requirements related to road traffic regulations (e.g. lighting, dimensions, speed limit plate) are not taken into account in this standard.
This document is not applicable to screening machinery which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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Processing mineral and by-products (cement, lime and gypsum, sand and gravel, industrial minerals, metalliferous ore, production and demolition waste, slag handling, hard and soft rock aggregates, coal) in construction and surface mining.
It deals with the following types of individual machines for the mechanical processing of minerals and similar solid materials:
-   feeding machinery as per part 2;
-   crushing machinery as per part 3;
-   milling machinery as per part 3;
-   screening machinery as per part 4;
-   machinery for cleaning, water recycling, sorting (other than screens) and mud treatment as per part 5;
-   mobile and semi-mobile machinery as per part 6.
This part gives the common safety requirements for mechanical processing machines used for quarrying, recycling and processing mineral and by-products (cement, lime and gypsum, sand and gravel, industrial minerals, metalliferous ore, production and demolition waste, slag handling, hard and soft rock aggregates, coal) in construction and surface mining and is intended to be used in conjunction with one of the prEN 1009-2 to -6. These machine specific parts (prEN 1009-2 to -6) do not repeat the requirements from prEN 1009-1:2017, but add or replace the requirements for the machine type in question.
NOTE   The requirements specified in this part of the standard are common to two or more types of machines for the mechanical processing of minerals and similar solid materials.
Specific requirements in prEN 1009-2 to -6 take precedence over the respective requirements of prEN 1009-1:2017.
The standard also covers assemblies of two or more of the mentioned machines which function as an integrated whole. The machines included in the scope of this standard can be fixed, semi-mobile or mobile. The standard covers transportation, erection, commissioning, use and maintenance of single machines or combination of single machines.
This standard deals with significant hazards, common to the types of machines listed in this scope when they are used as intended and under conditions for misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4) and to the hazards due to the combination of these machines and specifies the appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce the risks arising from the significant hazards.
1.1   Design relating to road traffic regulations is not covered by this standard.
1.2   This standard does not cover hazards arising from the use of the machines in potentially explosive atmospheres as well as from processing of explosive materials and risks related to electromagnetic compatibility.
1.3   This document is not applicable to machinery which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This part of prEN 1009 to be used together with prEN 1009-1, specifies the safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of crushing and milling machinery for the mechanical processing in quarrying, recycling and processing mineral and by-products. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
When requirements of this part of prEN 1009 are different from those which are stated in prEN 1009-1, the requirements of this part of prEN 1009 take precedence over the requirements of prEN 1009-1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the provisions of this part of prEN 1009.
This part of prEN 1009, together with prEN 1009-1, deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to crushing and milling machinery when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
NOTE 1   EN 13309 specifies test methods and acceptance criteria for evaluating the electromagnetic compatibility of all kind of mobile construction machinery.
NOTE 2   Specific requirements related to road traffic regulations (e.g. lighting, dimensions, speed limit plate) are not taken into account in this standard.
This part of prEN 1009 is not applicable to crushing and milling machinery which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This document specifies the commonly used terms in mine planning and surveying. Only those terms that have a specific meaning in this field are included.

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This document specifies the geologic terms commonly used in mining. Only those terms that have a specific meaning in this field are included.

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This document describes a method for determining the abrasiveness of hard coal.

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This document specifies a test method to assess the relative resistance of natural stones with an open porosity of greater than 5 %, measured in accordance with EN 1936, to damage caused by the crystallization of salts. The test is not necessary for low porosity stones.

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This document specifies a photometric titration method using EDTA for the determination of the total iron content of iron ores. This method is applicable to a concentration range of a mass fraction of 37,00 % to 72,00 % of total iron in natural iron ores, iron ore concentrates and agglomerates, including sinter products.

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This document specifies a test method to assess the relative resistance of natural stones with an open porosity of greater than 5 %, measured in accordance with EN 1936, to damage caused by the crystallization of salts. The test is not necessary for low porosity stones.

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This document sets out the basic methods for sampling fine coal, coal rejects or tailings of nominal top size The procedures described in this document primarily apply to sampling of coal that is transported in moving streams as a slurry. These streams can fall freely or be confined in pipes, launders, chutes, spirals or similar channels. Sampling of slurries in stationary situations, such as a settled or even a well-stirred slurry in a tank, holding vessel or dam, is not recommended and is not covered in this Document. This document describes procedures that are designed to provide samples representative of the slurry solids and particle size distribution of the slurry under examination. After draining the slurry sample of fluid and measuring the fluid volume, damp samples of the contained solids in the slurry are available for drying (if required) and measurement of one or more characteristics in an unbiased manner and with a known degree of precision. The characteristics are measured by chemical analysis or physical testing or both. The sampling methods described are applicable to slurries that require inspection to verify compliance with product specifications, determination of the value of a characteristic as a basis for settlement between trading partners or estimation of a set of average characteristics and variances that describes a system or procedure. Provided flow rates are not too high, the reference method against which other sampling procedures are compared is one where the entire stream is diverted into a vessel for a specified time or volume interval. This method corresponds to the stopped-belt method described in ISO 13909-2.

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This document describes methods for verifying the geometric characteristics of products of natural stone such as rough blocks, rough slabs, finished products for cladding, flooring, stairs and modular tiles and paving units (slabs, setts and kerbs). These methods can be applied in the case of a dispute between two parties, they are not compulsory for production control.
Other measuring equipment can be used as long as their precision can be demonstrated to be equal or better than the ones mentioned here.
It is essential that all weighing, measuring and testing equipment are calibrated or retraceable to measurement standards and regularly inspected according to documented procedures, frequencies and criteria. It is important that the expression of the dimensional characteristics is in accordance with the appropriate class of the measured product.

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This document specifies a method for determining the swelling properties of hard coal when heated under standard conditions in a dilatometer.

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This document specifies a method of determination of caking index of hard coal. It is applicable to the evaluation of caking power of bituminous coal with random reflectance of vitrinite, Rr, greater than 0,6 % and less than or equal to 1,8 % (>0,6 % and ≤1,8 %).

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2019-03-19 The Enquiry draft of the standard had not been submitted for the assessment. In February, the TC provided a detailed Annex ZA  in line with the general EC request. CCMC requested the missing assessment on 2019-03-19. The indicative deadline to receive it is 2019-04-24.

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This document sets out recommended practices for the inspection of mechanical sampling systems. It serves as a guide for conformance with applicable ISO/TC 27 standards. This document covers general considerations including precision, mineral variability and bias, establishment of inspection systems and inspection procedure.

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This document gives reference to ASTM D1412 as a method of determining the moisture-holding capacity of hard coals.

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This document specifies a potentiometric titration method for the determination of total iron content of iron ores, using potassium dichromate as titrant after reduction of the iron(III) by tin(II) chloride and titanium(III) chloride. The excess reductant is then oxidized by potassium dichromate solution. This method is applicable to total iron contents between a mass fraction of 29,04 % and a mass fraction of 72,02 % in natural iron ores and iron ore concentrates and agglomerates including sinter products.

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This document specifies experimental methods for checking the precision of sampling, sample preparation and measurement of iron ores being carried out in accordance with the methods specified in ISO 3082 and the relevant ISO standards for measurement. This document can also be applied for the purpose of checking the precision of sampling, sample preparation and measurement separately.

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This document specifies an acid digestion and inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometric (ICP-AES) method for the determination of the mass fraction of cadmium in copper, lead and zinc sulfide concentrates as follows: a) for copper sulfide concentrates, the method is applicable to the determination of mass fractions of cadmium from 0,01 % to 0,30 %; b) for lead sulfide concentrates, the method is applicable to the determination of mass fractions of cadmium from 0,01 % to 0,30 %; c) for zinc sulfide concentrates, the method is applicable to the determination of mass fractions of cadmium from 0,05 % to 1,00 %.

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This document specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the mass fraction of cadmium in copper, lead and zinc sulfide concentrates as follows: a) for copper sulfide concentrates, the method is applicable to the determination of mass fractions of cadmium from 0,01 % to 0,30 %; b) for lead sulfide concentrates, the method is applicable to the determination of mass fractions of cadmium from 0,01 % to 0,30 %; c) for zinc sulfide concentrates, the method is applicable to the determination of mass fractions of cadmium from 0,05 % to 0,30 %.

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This European Standard defines the recommended terminology covering scientific and technical terms, test methods, products, and the classification of Natural Stones. This standard does not cover roofing slate, for roofing slate see EN 12326-1 and EN 12326-2.

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This European Standard specifies methods for making technical petrographic descriptions of natural stone, except for roofing slates. For this product, the method for the petrographic examination is defined in EN 12326-2. Although chemical and physical methods of analysis are required for petrographic classification of some stone types, these methods will not be described in this standard.

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This document sets out a laboratory procedure for the froth flotation testing of fine coal, e.g. coal of particle size less than 0,5 mm. The procedure provides a means of evaluating the general flotation characteristics of a coal under a set of specified standard conditions, and will not necessarily indicate the full flotation potential of that coal. The flotation characteristics of coals are sensitive to changes in flotation conditions. These conditions can be changed by varying basic parameters such as flotation time, reagent and dosage rate. Separate flotation tests are used to assess the effect of varying these parameters to determine the best flotation conditions for a particular coal. A method of evaluating flotation response will be given in a separate standard.

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This document specifies a method for the comparative evaluation of the performances of flocculants for clarification, thickening and sedimentation applications on a given slurry. This performance can be evaluated by a) the settling velocity in the initial period, b) the sediment volume after compaction and consolidation, and c) the clarity of the supernatant liquid.

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This document describes the principles and methods for the expression of results of performance tests on sizing equipment used in coal preparation, and includes methods for the evaluation of performance parameters. Performance test procedures and size measurement techniques are recommended. This document applies to all types of sizing equipment, categorized as follows: — screens; — classifiers; — others. The procedure described in this document applies to two-product separations. Performance assessment of multiproduct separations can be achieved by consideration of a series of two-product separations.

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This document specifies a method for assessing the liability of materials associated with coal seams to breakdown on agitation with water.

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This document specifies methods for making technical petrographic descriptions of natural stone, except for roofing slates. For this product, the method for the petrographic examination is defined in EN 12326-2. Although chemical and physical methods of analysis are required for petrographic classification of some stone types, these methods will not be described in this standard.

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This document specifies a method for the determination of total fluorine in coal, coke and fly ash. From measurement of the total fluorine alone, it is not possible to estimate the amount of fluorine released to the environment by utilization of the coal and subsequent disposal of the ash residue.

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