This document specifies the requirements for biaxially oriented polypropylene (PP) films, which are mainly used for packaging. The film can be used alone or in laminates with other films. This document applies only to films composed of more than 95Â % (by mass) of polypropylene.

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This document specifies the test methods for quality control of poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) extruded double- and triple-skin flat sheets, obtained from colourless and coloured transparent, translucent and opaque grades of materials. The minimum sheet width is 600Â mm. The main applications of these sheets are in building and agriculture (greenhouses).

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for solid flat extruded sheets of impact-modified polystyrene (PS-I) without fillers and reinforcing materials. This document applies only to thickness 0,25Â mm to 20,0Â . It also applies to PS-I sheet in roll form.

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This document specifies requirements for non-modified flat poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) continuous cast sheets for general-purpose use. The sheets can be colourless or coloured, and can be transparent, translucent or opaque. The thickness range of the sheets covered by document is 1Â mm to 10Â mm.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for solid flat extruded sheets of polyethylene homopolymers (PE-HD) without fillers or reinforcing materials. This document is applicable only to thicknesses of 0,5Â mm to 40Â mm. It also applies to PE-HD sheet in rolled form.

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This draft European Standard specifies product characteristics for thermoplastics rigid protective wallcovering panels whose purposes are decorative and protective, but non-structural.
The products covered by this draft European Standard are intended to be used as finishes for hanging onto internal walls and wall partitions by means of adhesive.
For the specified characteristics of these products, this draft European Standard provides for each of it corresponding: requirement(s), assessment method(s) (i.e. test, calculation or description), and way(s) of declaring its performance.
It also specifies the methods for the assessment and verification of constancy of performance of the products. In addition, for the concerned products, it specifies also marking.

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This document specifies the requirements related to dimensional, mechanical, optical and thermal characteristics of thermoplastic films used for covering permanent or temporary greenhouses and walking tunnels and low tunnels used for forcing and semi-forcing vegetable, fruit and flower crops.Lay-flat perforated cover films are also in the scope of this European Standard.It specifies a classification for the durability of covering films and the test methods referred to in this standard.This European Standard specifies also test methods for the determination of the chlorine and sulfur contents of films subjected to use.This European Standard is applicable to thermoplastic covering films used in agriculture and horticulture in Europe, in the thickness range 20 μm up to more than 250 μm, based on polyethylene and/or ethylene copolymers materials, of the following types: non-thermal films, thermal clear films and thermal diffusing films.This European Standard also defines guidance for installation, use and disposal of covering films. It defines the conventional expected lifetime, as well as rules that allow evaluating the remaining use potential in the event of a failure before the normal end-of-use date.

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This document specifies the requirements for solid, flat extruded sheets of polycarbonate (PC) for general applications. It applies specifically to sheets made of poly(p,p'-isopropylidene-diphenyl carbonate). The sheets can be coloured or colourless, and they can be transparent, translucent or opaque. The sheets can also be those that have a special weather-protective layer on one or both surfaces. This document applies only to thicknesses equal to or greater than 1,5 mm.

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This document specifies the requirements for flat extruded sheets and pressed sheets of unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U) and the test methods to be used to measure the required values. It applies only to sheets of thickness not less than 1,0 mm. It does not cover biaxially stretched PVC-U sheets.

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This document specifies the requirements for solid, flat extruded sheets of polycarbonate (PC) for general applications. It applies specifically to sheets made of poly(p,p′-isopropylidene-diphenyl carbonate). The sheets can be coloured or colourless, and they can be transparent, translucent or opaque. The sheets can also be those that have a special weather-protective layer on one or both surfaces.
This document applies only to thicknesses equal to or greater than 1,5 mm.

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This document specifies the requirements for flat extruded sheets and pressed sheets of unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U) and the test methods to be used to measure the required values.
It applies only to sheets of thickness not less than 1,0 mm.
It does not cover biaxially stretched PVC-U sheets.

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This document specifies the requirements for solid, flat extruded sheets of polycarbonate (PC) for general applications. It applies specifically to sheets made of poly(p,p′-isopropylidene-diphenyl carbonate). The sheets can be coloured or colourless, and they can be transparent, translucent or opaque. The sheets can also be those that have a special weather-protective layer on one or both surfaces. This document applies only to thicknesses equal to or greater than 1,5 mm.

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This document specifies the requirements for flat extruded sheets and pressed sheets of unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U) and the test methods to be used to measure the required values. It applies only to sheets of thickness not less than 1,0 mm. It does not cover biaxially stretched PVC-U sheets.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for solid flat compression-moulded sheets
of polyethylene (PE-UHMW and PE-HD, see ISO 1043-1) without fillers or reinforcing materials. It
applies only to thicknesses from 10 mm to 200 mm.

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1.1 This document specifies the conditions for determining the tensile properties of plastic films or
sheets less than 1 mm thick, based upon the general principles given in ISO 527-1.
NOTE For sheets greater than 1 mm thick, the user is referred to ISO 527-2.
1.2 See ISO 527-1:2012, 1.2.
1.3 This document is not normally suitable for determining the tensile properties of
a) cellular materials, and
b) plastics reinforced by textile fibres.
1.4 See ISO 527-1:2012, 1.3.

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This document specifies two methods for assessing the tendency of flexible plastic films and sheets to
adhere to one another when left in contact for some time, at a specified temperature and under light
pressure. One method is qualitative and the other is quantitative.

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This document specifies two methods for assessing the tendency of flexible plastic films and sheets to adhere to one another when left in contact for some time, at a specified temperature and under light pressure. One method is qualitative and the other is quantitative.

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1.1 This document specifies the conditions for determining the tensile properties of plastic films or sheets less than 1 mm thick, based upon the general principles given in ISO 527-1.
NOTE For sheets greater than 1 mm thick, the user is referred to ISO 527-2.
1.2 See ISO 527-1:2012, 1.2.
1.3 This document is not normally suitable for determining the tensile properties of
a) cellular materials, and
b) plastics reinforced by textile fibres.
1.4 See ISO 527-1:2012, 1.3.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for solid flat compression-moulded sheets of polyethylene (PE-UHMW and PE-HD, see ISO 1043-1) without fillers or reinforcing materials. It applies only to thicknesses from 10 mm to 200 mm.

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1.1 This document specifies the conditions for determining the tensile properties of plastic films or sheets less than 1 mm thick, based upon the general principles given in ISO 527-1. NOTE For sheets greater than 1 mm thick, the user is referred to ISO 527-2. 1.2 See ISO 527-1:2012, 1.2. 1.3 This document is not normally suitable for determining the tensile properties of a) cellular materials, and b) plastics reinforced by textile fibres. 1.4 See ISO 527-1:2012, 1.3.

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This document specifies two methods for assessing the tendency of flexible plastic films and sheets to adhere to one another when left in contact for some time, at a specified temperature and under light pressure. One method is qualitative and the other is quantitative.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for solid flat compression-moulded sheets of polyethylene (PE-UHMW and PE-HD, see ISO 1043-1) without fillers or reinforcing materials. It applies only to thicknesses from 10 mm to 200 mm.

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This Technical Report gives guidance for the quantification of alteration of biodegradable thermoplastic mulch
films for use in agriculture and horticulture.
It may be used for biodegradable thermoplastic mulch films in conformance with prEN 17033.

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This document gives guidance for the quantification of alteration of biodegradable thermoplastic mulch films for use in agriculture and horticulture.
It can be used for biodegradable thermoplastic mulch films in conformity with EN 17033.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements related to dimensional, mechanical, optical and thermal characteristics of thermoplastic films for mulching applications in agriculture and horticulture.
These mulching films are intended to be removed after use and not incorporated in the soil.
It specifies a classification for durability of mulching films and the test methods referred to in this document.
This European Standard is applicable to thermoplastic mulching films, used for agriculture and horticulture in Europe, based on polyethylene and/or ethylene copolymers, of the following types:
-   transparent films;
-   black films;
-   reflective films (e.g. white films, black/white films and black/silver films);
-   films of other colour(s) for weed control (e.g. green, brown).
This European Standard also defines installation, use and removal conditions of mulching films.
NOTE   Mulch films are considered as highly contaminated by soil and vegetal residues: the observed rates (or levels) of contamination of mulch films can vary from 70 % to 90 %. Therefore the film thickness is a key factor on the rate of contamination, the thinnest films (e.g. less than 25 µm) will be the mostly contaminated, difficult, expensive to remove, recover and recycle.

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This European standard specifies the requirements related to dimensional, mechanical and optical characteristics of thermoplastic films and tubes used during the manufacture of silage and designed to last at least one year for protecting fodder.
It specifies a classification for the durability of silage films and the test methods referred to in this standard.
This European Standard is applicable to transparent, black, white or coloured (e.g. black/white) thermoplastic silage films based on polyethylene, ethylene copolymer, EVOH and polyamide.
These films are intended for covering bunker silos, silage tubes or silage clamps for preserving forage. They protect the forage and preserve it from rain and air. These films are not intended to cover bales piles (e.g. straw bales).
This European standard does not cover silage film obtained by sealing two or more films in machine direction.
This European Standard also defines installation, use and removal conditions of silage films. It defines the conventional useful lifetime, as well as rules that allow evaluating the remaining use potential in the event of a failure before the normal end-of-use date.
NOTE   These rules allow estimating the residual value of the films. These provisions only apply to the film itself and the damage it has undergone. Any other problem falls within the scope of professional practices and the general terms and conditions of sale.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements related to dimensional, mechanical and optical characteristics of thermoplastic films and tubes used during the manufacture of silage and designed to last at least one year for protecting fodder.
It specifies a classification for the durability of silage films and the test methods referred to in this standard.
This European Standard is applicable to transparent, black, white or coloured (e.g. black/white) thermoplastic silage films based on polyethylene, ethylene copolymer, EVOH and polyamide.
These films are intended for covering bunker silos, silage tubes or silage clamps for preserving forage. They protect the forage and preserve it from rain and air. These films are not intended to cover bales piles (e.g. straw bales and hay bales).
Silage films obtained by sealing two or more films in machine direction are out of the scope of this document.
This European Standard also defines installation, use and removal conditions of silage films. It defines the conventional useful lifetime, as well as rules that allow evaluating the remaining use potential in the event of a failure before the normal end-of-use date.
NOTE   These rules allow estimating the residual value of the films. These provisions only apply to the film itself and the damage it has undergone. Any other problem falls within the scope of professional practices and the general terms and conditions of sale.

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This document specifies the requirements related to dimensional, mechanical, optical and thermal characteristics of thermoplastic films for mulching applications in agriculture and horticulture.
These mulch films are intended to be removed after use and not incorporated in the soil.
These mulch films are not intended to be used for soil disinfection by fumigation. Films for this application are in the scope of prEN 17098-1[1].
It specifies a classification for durability of mulching films and the test methods referred to in this document.
This document is applicable to thermoplastic mulch films, used for agriculture and horticulture in Europe, based on polyethylene and/or ethylene copolymers, of the following types:
-   transparent films;
-   black films;
-   reflective films (e.g. white films, black/white films and black/silver films);
-   films of other colour(s) for weed control (e.g. green, brown).
This document also defines installation, use and removal conditions of mulch films.
NOTE   Mulch films are considered as highly contaminated by soil and vegetal residues: the observed rates (or levels) of contamination of mulch films can vary from 70 % to 90 %. Therefore the film thickness is a key factor on the rate of contamination, the thinnest films (e.g. less than 25 µm) will be the mostly contaminated, difficult, expensive to remove, recover and recycle.

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This draft European Standard specifies the requirements for biodegradable films, manufactured from thermoplastic materials, to be used for mulch applications in agriculture and horticulture.
This draft European Standard is applicable to films intended to biodegrade in soil without creating any adverse impact on the environment.
It also specifies the test methods to assess these requirements as well as requirements for the packaging, identification and marking of films.
For information, it defines a classification of biodegradable mulch films according to their service life on soil and gives a good practice guide for the use of the films.
NOTE   Films intended to be removed after use and not incorporated in the soil are not in the scope of this standard. See EN 13655 [1].

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining the gas permeability of films using a static technique.
It is applicable to thermoplastic barrier films for agricultural and horticultural soil disinfection using the fumigation technique.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for dimensional, mechanical and optical characteristics of stretch thermoplastic films for wrapping bales used for ensilaging of forage. It specifies a classification for solar reflectance of the films.
This European Standard specifies also test methods to check these requirements.
This European Standard is applicable to white, black or coloured films based on polyolefin materials. It covers the width range from 250 mm up to 1 000 mm.
The performances of the stretch films in conformance with this European Standard are based on the use of at least six layers of films, pre-stretched at a ratio between 60 % and 70 % for round bales and a ratio of 55 % and 65 % for wrapping square bales.
This European Standard also gives guidance for storage of rolls and instructions for wrapping, storage of wrapped bales and for disposal of films.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements relating to the dimensional, mechanical and physical-chemical characteristics of thermoplastic barrier films designed for agricultural and horticultural soil disinfection by means of fumigation.
It also specifies the test methods for verifying these requirements, except the method for determining film permeability using a static technique, which is specified in prEN 17098-2.
It is applicable to films used during soil disinfection by fumigation (class 1), and to films used during soil disinfection subsequently kept in-situ as mulch films (class 2).
On the date of publication of this European Standard, the barrier films are multi-layer films.

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This document specifies the requirements for biodegradable films, manufactured from thermoplastic materials, to be used for mulch applications in agriculture and horticulture.
This document is applicable to films intended to biodegrade in soil without creating any adverse impact on the environment.
It also specifies the test methods to assess these requirements as well as requirements for the packaging, identification and marking of films.
For information, it defines a classification of biodegradable mulch films according to their service life on soil and gives a good practice guide for the use of the films.
NOTE   Films intended to be removed after use and not incorporated in the soil are not in the scope of this standard. They are in the scope of EN 13655 [1].

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for dimensional, mechanical, oxygen transmission rate and optical characteristics of stretch thermoplastic films for wrapping bales used for ensilaging of forage. It specifies a classification for solar reflectance of the films.
This European Standard specifies also test methods to check these requirements.
It specifies also test methods for the determination of the airtightness and oxygen permeability determined on a wrapped artificial bale.
This European Standard is applicable to white, black or coloured films based on polyolefin materials. It covers the width range from 250 mm up to 1 000 mm.
The performances of the stretch films in conformance with this European Standard are based on the use of at least six layers of films, pre-stretched at a ratio between 60 % and 70 % for round bales and a ratio of 55 % and 65 % for wrapping square bales.
This European Standard also gives guidance for storage of rolls and instructions for wrapping, storage of wrapped bales and for disposal of films.

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This document specifies a method for determining the gas permeability of films using a static technique.
This document is applicable to thermoplastic barrier films for agricultural and horticultural soil disinfection using the fumigation technique.

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This document specifies the requirements relating to the dimensional, mechanical and physical-chemical characteristics of thermoplastic barrier films designed for agricultural and horticultural soil disinfection by means of fumigation.
This document specifies also the test methods for verifying these requirements, except the method for determining film permeability using a static technique, which is specified in EN 17098 2.
This document defines also guidance for installation, use and disposal of barrier films.
This document is applicable to films used during soil disinfection by fumigation (class 1), and to films used during soil disinfection subsequently kept in situ as mulch films (class 2).
On the date of publication of this document, the barrier films are multi-layer films.

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This document specifies two methods for determining, by measurement of the transmission rate, the
permeability of rubber to volatile liquids diffusing into open air.
It is applicable only to materials in sheet form and to coated fabrics having thicknesses between 0,2 mm
and 3,0 mm.
It is restricted to transmission rates of more than 0,1 g/m2·h.
The methods are particularly useful for comparing the relative transmission rates of one liquid through
different materials, or of several liquids through one material.
Method A, with refilling, is used when testing mixtures of liquids which give different transmission rates.
Method B, with no refilling, is used for a single-component liquid.
NOTE A method for the determination of water vapour transmission rate is given in ISO 2528.

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ISO 6179:2017 specifies two methods for determining, by measurement of the transmission rate, the permeability of rubber to volatile liquids diffusing into open air.
It is applicable only to materials in sheet form and to coated fabrics having thicknesses between 0,2 mm and 3,0 mm.
It is restricted to transmission rates of more than 0,1 g/m2·h.
The methods are particularly useful for comparing the relative transmission rates of one liquid through different materials, or of several liquids through one material.
Method A, with refilling, is used when testing mixtures of liquids which give different transmission rates.
Method B, with no refilling, is used for a single-component liquid.
NOTE A method for the determination of water vapour transmission rate is given in ISO 2528.

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ISO 6179:2017 specifies two methods for determining, by measurement of the transmission rate, the permeability of rubber to volatile liquids diffusing into open air. It is applicable only to materials in sheet form and to coated fabrics having thicknesses between 0,2 mm and 3,0 mm. It is restricted to transmission rates of more than 0,1 g/m2·h. The methods are particularly useful for comparing the relative transmission rates of one liquid through different materials, or of several liquids through one material. Method A, with refilling, is used when testing mixtures of liquids which give different transmission rates. Method B, with no refilling, is used for a single-component liquid. NOTE A method for the determination of water vapour transmission rate is given in ISO 2528.

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This part of IEC 60674 is applicable to plastic films used for electrical purposes. This part of
IEC 60674 gives methods of test.

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This part of ISO 6383 specifies a method of determining the tear resistance of plastic film or sheet
less than 1 mm thick, in the form of standard trouser-shaped test specimens, tested under defined
conditions of pre-treatment, temperature, humidity, and speed of testing.
The method is applicable to film and sheeting of both flexible and rigid materials, provided that the
material is not so rigid that brittle fracture occurs during the test, or so deformable, in an irreversible
way, that the energy used in the deformation of the specimen legs is significant (i.e. is not negligible)
with respect to the energy used in tearing.
The method may not be suitable for determining the tear properties of cellular sheet and film.

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ISO 6383-1:2015 specifies a method of determining the tear resistance of plastic film or sheet less than 1 mm thick, in the form of standard trouser-shaped test specimens, tested under defined conditions of pre-treatment, temperature, humidity, and speed of testing.
The method is applicable to film and sheeting of both flexible and rigid materials, provided that the material is not so rigid that brittle fracture occurs during the test, or so deformable, in an irreversible way, that the energy used in the deformation of the specimen legs is significant (i.e. is not negligible) with respect to the energy used in tearing.
The method may not be suitable for determining the tear properties of cellular sheet and film.

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ISO 6383-1:2015 specifies a method of determining the tear resistance of plastic film or sheet less than 1 mm thick, in the form of standard trouser-shaped test specimens, tested under defined conditions of pre-treatment, temperature, humidity, and speed of testing. The method is applicable to film and sheeting of both flexible and rigid materials, provided that the material is not so rigid that brittle fracture occurs during the test, or so deformable, in an irreversible way, that the energy used in the deformation of the specimen legs is significant (i.e. is not negligible) with respect to the energy used in tearing. The method may not be suitable for determining the tear properties of cellular sheet and film.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for light transmitting flat multiwall polycarbonate (PC) sheets for internal and external use in walls, roofs and ceilings.
This European Standard applies to light transmitting flat extruded multiwall PC sheets with or without functional layers (e.g. coating, co-extruded layer) made from PC-based or other materials, without filling materials.
It also specifies the test methods needed for the evaluation of conformity and marking of the sheets.

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ISO 15106-7:2015 specifies a method for determining the water vapour transmission rate of plastic film, plastic sheeting, and multi-layer structures including plastics based on measurements of calcium degradation due to the reaction with water.

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ISO 15106-5:2015 specifies a method for determining the water vapour transmission rate of plastic film, plastic sheeting, and multi-layer structures including plastics, using a pressure sensor.

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