This document specifies requirements for the protection of iron and steel surfaces against corrosion by
applying thermal-sprayed metallic coatings of zinc, aluminium or their alloys.
In this document, requirements for the planning of the corrosion protection system and for the
constructive design of the component to be protected are specified, where thermal spraying is intended
to be the process for the deposition of the metallic corrosion protection.
Some field-related basic terms are defined and instructions for corrosion behaviour of the zinc and
aluminium materials under different environment conditions are provided.
Characteristic properties of the coating, e.g. coating thickness, minimum adhesive strength and surface
appearance, are specified and test procedures for thermal-sprayed corrosion protection coatings of
zinc, aluminium or their alloys are determined.
This document is valid for applying thermal-sprayed zinc and aluminium protection coatings against
corrosion in the temperature range between −50 °C to +200 °C, taking into consideration the service
conditions of any sealants used. Heat-resistant protective coatings of aluminium are covered by
ISO 17834 and are not in the scope of this document.
Other corrosion protection processes, e.g. hot-dip galvanizing (galvanic coating), sherardizing,
electroplating or selection and deposition of organic coatings/paints are not in the scope of this
document.
Requirements for the manufacturing of thermal-sprayed coatings are specified in ISO 2063-2.

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This document specifies requirements for corrosion protection of steel structures, components or
parts, which are coated by thermal spraying of zinc, aluminium or their alloys.
This document specifies requirements for coating manufacturers of surface preparation, thermal
spraying, testing and post treatments, e.g. sealing of the coating. This document applies to metallic
corrosion protection coatings in the case of new fabrication in the workshop, as well as on-site and for
repair on-site after assembly.
Requirements for coating thickness, minimum adhesive strength and surface conditions, specified in a
coating specification, are given.
Recommendations are given for suitable process steps and quality assurance measures for new
production and maintenance and for supervising of corrosion protection works.
This document covers the application of thermal-sprayed zinc, aluminium and their alloys for protection
against corrosion in the temperature range between –50 °C to +200 °C. Heat-resistant protective
coatings of aluminium are covered by ISO 17834 and are not in the scope of this document.
This document specifies requirements for the equipment, the working place and the qualification of the
spray and testing personnel.
NOTE ISO 2063-1:2017 is addressed to the designer and to the planning engineer of corrosion protection
system.

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This standard applies to electrodeposited zinc and zinc-alloy coatings on iron and steel with Cr(VI)-free passivation. The zinc-alloy coatings contain nickel or iron as alloying elements (referred to as zinc/nickel and zinc/iron coatings, respectively).
The main purpose of the coatings or coating systems is protecting iron and steel components against corrosion.
This standard specifies
- the designations to be used for the above coating systems
-minimum corrosion resistance to be achieved in specified test procedures and
- the minimum coating thicknesses required.

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This ISO standard specifies minimum thickness requirements for six classes of zinc coating applied to ferrous products by the sherardizing process for the purpose of protection against corrosion and wear. It also specifies the minimum requirements of the zinc dust to be used in the sherardizing process. This standard does not specifiy any requirements for the surface condition (finish or roughness) of the basis material before sherardizing.
After-treatments or organic over-coatings of sherardized articles are not in the scope of this standard. This standard does not apply to sherardized products (e.g. fasteners, tubes) for which specific standards exist and which may include additional requirements or requirements which are different from those of this standard.
NOTE Individual product standards can incorporate this standard for the coating by quoting its number, or may incorporate it with modification specific to the product.

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This International Standard specifies requirements for bearing metals based on tin casting alloys for multilayer
plain bearings. The chemical composition and material properties refer to the original unprocessed material
and are measured on representative samples. Testing results on final bearings can differ due to the influence
of bearing production. Therefore, it is not intended that these results be compared with data given in this
International Standard.

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ISO 4381:2011 specifies requirements for bearing metals based on tin casting alloys for multilayer plain bearings. The chemical composition and material properties refer to the original unprocessed material and are measured on representative samples. Testing results on final bearings can differ due to the influence of bearing production. Therefore, it is not intended that these results be compared with data given in ISO 4381:2011.

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This European Standard specifies a spectrophotometric method for the determination of silicon in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844. It is suitable for the determination of silicon contents (mass fractions) between 0,01% and 0,1%.

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ISO 301:2006 specifies the designations, chemical compositions, marking and other requirements for zinc alloys, in ingots (or liquid form), produced for foundry purposes.

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This European Standard specifies a spectrophotometric method for the determination of silicon in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844.
It is suitable for the determination of silicon contents (mass fractions) between 0,01 % and 0,1 %.

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ISO 1169:2006 specifies a titrimetric method for the determination of aluminium in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in ISO 301. It is suitable for the determination of aluminium contents (mass fractions) between 3 % and 30 %.

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ISO 3750:2006 specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of magnesium in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in ISO 301 and ISO 752. It is suitable for the determination of magnesium contents (mass fractions) between 0,002 % and 0,08 %.

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Revision of EN 12019:1997 into 2 parts; see also WI 023 (TC Res 58/1998) (CC/990114) ++ New TD given by TC (bli 00208)

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ISO 3815-2:2005 specifies analytical methods for determining the chemical composition of zinc and zinc alloys in accordance with ISO 301 and ISO 752 by inductively coupled optical emission spectrometry. ISO 3815-2:2005 includes provisions for preparation of test solutions and calibration solutions for zinc and zinc alloys. The ranges specified for each method can be extended and/or adapted for determinations of low concentrations. ISO 3815-2:2005 can be applied to other elements (e.g. Ni, Cr and Ti). However, such results will need to be carefully checked by taking into account the interferences, the sensivity, the resolution and the linearity criteria for each instrument and each wavelength.

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ISO 3815-2:2005 specifies analytical methods for determining the chemical composition of zinc and zinc alloys in accordance with ISO 301 and ISO 752 by inductively coupled optical emission spectrometry.
ISO 3815-2:2005 includes provisions for preparation of test solutions and calibration solutions for zinc and zinc alloys.
The ranges specified for each method can be extended and/or adapted for determinations of low concentrations.
ISO 3815-2:2005 can be applied to other elements (e.g. Ni, Cr and Ti). However, such results will need to be carefully checked by taking into account the interferences, the sensivity, the resolution and the linearity criteria for each instrument and each wavelength.

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ISO 3815-1:2005 specifies analytical methods for determining the chemical composition of zinc and zinc alloys in accordance with ISO 301 and ISO 752 by optical emission spectrometry. ISO 3815-1:2005 includes recommendations for preparation of test pieces from zinc and zinc alloys.

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ISO 3815-1:2005 specifies analytical methods for determining the chemical composition of zinc and zinc alloys in accordance with ISO 301 and ISO 752 by optical emission spectrometry.
ISO 3815-1:2005 includes recommendations for preparation of test pieces from zinc and zinc alloys.

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ISO 20081:2005 specifies the requirements for sampling of zinc and zinc alloys, as specified in ISO 752 and ISO 301, for analysis.

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This document specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of tin in secondary zinc. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 13283.
It is suitable for the determination of tin contents (mass fractions) between 0,1 % and 1,0 %.

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This document specifies a spectrophotometric method for the determination of chromium and titanium in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 988, EN 1774 and EN 12844.
It is suitable for the determination of chromium and titanium contents (mass fractions) between 0,05 % and 0,50 %.

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This document specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method after extraction for the determination of tin in zinc and zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 988, EN 1179, EN 1774 and EN 12844.
It is suitable for the determination of tin contents (mass fractions) between 0,000 5 % and 0,005 %.

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This document specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of nickel in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844.
It is suitable for the determination of nickel contents (mass fractions) between 0,000 5 % and 0,020 %.

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This European Standard specifies a titrimetric method for the determination of aluminium in zinc alloys.  It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844.  It is suitable for the determination of aluminium contents (mass fractions) between 3% and 30%.

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This document specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method after extraction for the determination of tin in zinc and zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 988, EN 1179, EN 1774 and EN 12844.
It is suitable for the determination of tin contents (mass fractions) between 0,000 5 % and 0,005 %.

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This document specifies a spectrophotometric method for the determination of chromium and titanium in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 988, EN 1774 and EN 12844.
It is suitable for the determination of chromium and titanium contents (mass fractions) between 0,05 % and 0,50 %.

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This document specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of nickel in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844.
It is suitable for the determination of nickel contents (mass fractions) between 0,000 5 % and 0,020 %.

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This document specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of tin in secondary zinc. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 13283.
It is suitable for the determination of tin contents (mass fractions) between 0,1 % and 1,0 %.

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This European Standard specifies a titrimetric method for the determination of aluminium in zinc alloys.  It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844.  It is suitable for the determination of aluminium contents (mass fractions) between 3% and 30%.

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This European Standard specifies the classification, chemical composition, marking and other requirements for primary zinc. The grades of zinc included in the standard are those which are traded internationally. The standard does not include requirements for secondary zinc produced by remelting.

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This document specifies the requirements for the properties and condition of a specific range of tradeable secondary raw materials with a predominant zinc content.
This document defines these materials uniformly at the European level so that they can be traded within the economic cycle as raw materials with product character and their recycling is carried out specific to the material.

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This European Standard specifies a titrimetric method for the determination of aluminium in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844. It is suitable for the determination of aluminium contents (mass fractions) betwen 3% and 30%.

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This European Standard specifies a titrimetric method for the determination of aluminium in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844. It is suitable for the determination of aluminium contents (mass fractions) betwen 3% and 30%.

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This document specifies the requirements for the properties and condition of a specific range of tradeable secondary raw materials with a predominant zinc content.
This document defines these materials uniformly at the European level so that they can be traded within the economic cycle as raw materials with product character and their recycling is carried out specific to the material.

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ISO 752:2004 specifies the classifications, chemical compositions, markings and other requirements for primary zinc. It includes a table of related grades of zinc which are recognized in other International Standards. This International Standard is applicable to primary zinc only and does not include requirements for secondary zinc produced by re-melting.

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This European Standard defines specific terms which are helpful for the communication within the lead industry and its customers relating to scrap of lead and lead alloys.
A clear terminology and classification of these materials, new and used, recovered from products and processes is also contained. No reference is made either to commercial terms of commercial contracts and conditions such as collection, weighing, shipping, receiving and claims or technical values such as lead and alloying elements content, analyticals and physical characteristics such as size and weight. No reference is made to regulatory environmental, health and safety considerations. A glossary (see clause 4) comprises all terms which are defined in this standard and their translations into French and German in alphabetical order.

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This European standard specifies an analytical method for the determining of iron in zinc and zinc alloys by spectrophotometry. It is applicable to the product specified in prEN 1179. It is suitable for the determination of iron contents between 0,001 and 0,1 %.

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This European Standard specifies designations, chemical compositions, marking and other requirements for secondary zinc. These grades are mainly used for hot dip-galvanizing purposes according to prEN ISO 1461 and for brass marking. Secondary zinc can be produced by different processes which are distinct by the material source. The main part is recycling from used zinc material and scrap, such as zinc sheet; also secondary zinc can be produced from zinc process residues, such as zinc ashes.

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This European Standard specifies an analytical method for the determination of aluminium and iron and zinc alloys by atomic absorption spectrometry. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1179, prEN 1774 and prEN ...(0020907)It is suitable for the determination of iron content between 0,001 % and 0,1 % and aluminium between 0,001 % and 0,5 %. NOTE: prEN 00209021 specifies a method for determination of aluminium content greater than 0,5 %.

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This European Standard specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of magnesium in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844.
It is suitable for the determination of magnesium contents (mass fractions) between 0,002 % and 0,08 %.

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This European Standard specifies a titrimetric method for the determination of aluminium in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844.
It is suitable for the determination of aluminium contents (mass fractions) between 3 % and 30 %.

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This European Standard specifies an analytical method for the determination of iron in zinc alloys by spectrophotometry. It is applicable to the products specified in prEN 1774 and prEN ..(00209007). It is suitable for the determination of iron content between 0,01 % and 0,08 %.

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This European Standard specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometry method for the determination of lead, copper and cadmium in zinc and zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 988, EN 1179, EN 1774, EN 12844 and prEN 13283.
It is suitable for the determination of lead contents (mass fractions) between 0,000 5 % and 2,5 %, cadmium contents (mass fractions) between 0,000 5 % and 0,3 %, and copper mass fractions between 0,000 5 % and 4 %.

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This European Standard specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of magnesium in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844. It is suitable for the determination of magnesium contents (mass fractions) between 0,002 % and 0,08 %.

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This European Prestandard specifies methods using flame atomic absorption spectrometry (FAAS) and inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometry (ICP-ES) for the determination of elements at low content in lead for the ranges given in Table 1.
Higher contents than those listed in Table 1 should be determined according to ENV 13800.
These methods are intended as the definitive methods in case of dispute for the determination of elements at low content in lead. They are also recommended for the analysis of Certified Reference Materials (CRM) and Reference Materials (RM) which are used in analysis according to ENV 12908.

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This European Standard specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of magnesium in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844. It is suitable for the determination of magnesium contents (mass fractions) between 0,002 % and 0,08 %.

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This European Standard specifies the classification, chemical composition, marking and other requirements for primary zinc. The grades of zinc included in the standard are those which are traded internationally. The standard does not include requirements for secondary zinc produced by remelting.

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This European Standard specifies an analytical method for the determination of iron in zinc alloys by spectrophotometry. It is applicable to the products specified in prEN 1774 and prEN ..(00209007). It is suitable for the determination of iron content between 0,01 % and 0,08 %.

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This European Standard specifies an analytical method for the determination of aluminium and iron and zinc alloys by atomic absorption spectrometry. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1179, prEN 1774 and prEN ...(0020907)It is suitable for the determination of iron content between 0,001 % and 0,1 % and aluminium between 0,001 % and 0,5 %. NOTE: prEN 00209021 specifies a method for determination of aluminium content greater than 0,5 %.

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This European standard specifies an analytical method for the determining of iron in zinc and zinc alloys by spectrophotometry. It is applicable to the product specified in prEN 1179. It is suitable for the determination of iron contents between 0,001 and 0,1 %.

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This European Standard specifies designations, chemical compositions, marking and other requirements for secondary zinc. These grades are mainly used for hot dip-galvanizing purposes according to prEN ISO 1461 and for brass marking. Secondary zinc can be produced by different processes which are distinct by the material source. The main part is recycling from used zinc material and scrap, such as zinc sheet; also secondary zinc can be produced from zinc process residues, such as zinc ashes.

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