This document specifies a method to measure the solar heat gain coefficient for the centre of glazing in fenestration systems (e.g. complete windows, doors or curtain walls with or without shading devices) for normal and off-normal irradiation on the surface. This document applies to the centre of glazing in fenestration systems which might consist of: a) various types of glazing (e.g. glass or plastic; single or multiple glazing; with or without low emissivity coatings, and with spaces filled with air or other gases; opaque or transparent glazing); b) various types of shading devices (e.g. blind, screen, film or any attachment with shading effects); c) various types of active solar fenestration systems [e.g. building-integrated PV systems (BIPV) or building-integrated solar thermal collectors (BIST)]. This document does not include: a) shading effects of building elements (e.g. eaves, sleeve wall, etc.); b) shading effects of fenestration attachments with overhang structures (e.g., awning, etc.) or similar; c) shading effects of non-glazing elements in fenestration systems (e.g. window frame, etc.); d) heat transfer caused by air leakage between indoors and outdoors; e) ventilation of air spaces in double and coupled windows; f) thermal bridge effects at the joint between the glazing and the rest of the fenestration parts (e.g. window frame, etc.).

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This document specifies general terminology for windows and pedestrian doors.

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This document defines quality and test methodologies for recycled PVC to be used in PVC window profile systems.
It contains a description of the controlled loop as such, the definition of those material transformation steps which are relevant for product quality, in particular recycling input and output and profile manufacturing input and output.
Traceability tools are specified to characterize this loop as a controlled loop.
With regard to PVC waste treatment, the present standard relates to existing standards such as EN 15343, EN 15346 and EN 15347
With regard to semifinished and/or finished products, it refers to the European Standard for un-plasticized PVC window profiles (see EN 12608-1) and to the European harmonized standard for windows and doors (see EN 14351-1).

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This European Standard specifies a test method for the determination of resistance to static loading in order to assess the burglar resistant properties of pedestrian door sets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters. It is applicable to the following means of opening: Turning, tilting, folding, turn-tilting, top or bottom hung, sliding (horizontally and vertically) and rolling as well as fixed constructions.
This European Standard does not apply to doors, gates and barriers, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises, as covered by EN 13241.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of resistance to manual burglary attempts in order to assess the burglar resistant characteristics of pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters. It is applicable to the following means of opening: turning, tilting, folding, turn-tilting, top or bottom hung, sliding (horizontally and vertically), pivoted (horizontally and vertically) and rolling as well as fixed constructions.
This document does not directly cover the resistance of locks and cylinders to attack with picking tools. It also does not cover the attack of electric, electronic and electromagnetic operated burglar resistant construction products using attack methods that might defeat these characteristics.
The manufacturer's installation instructions will give guidance on the fixing of the product.
An example for the contents of the manufacturer’s installation instructions is given in Annex A of prEN 1627:2019.
This document does not apply to doors, gates and barriers, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises, as covered by EN 13241.
It is acknowledged that there are two aspects to the burglar resistance performance of construction products, their normal resistance to forced operation and their ability to remain fixed to the building. This test method does not evaluate the performance of the fixing to the building.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and classification systems for burglar resistant characteristics of pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters. It is applicable to the following means of opening: Turning, tilting, folding, turn-tilting, top or bottom hung, sliding (horizontally and vertically) and rolling as well as fixed constructions. It also covers products that include items such as letter plates or ventilation grilles. It specifies requirements for the burglar resistance of a construction product (as defined in 3.1 of this standard).
NOTE 1       The elements of curtain walling have to be assigned to group 1 to 4 product depending on their design.
This European Standard does not directly cover the resistance of locks and cylinders to attack with picking tools. It also does not cover precast concrete elements.
It also does not cover the attack of electric, electronic and electromagnetic operated burglar resistant construction products using attack methods that might defeat these characteristics.
This European Standard does not apply to doors, gates and barriers, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises, as covered by EN 13241.
NOTE2   Construction products that can be reached or driven through by vehicles should be protected by appropriate measures such as barriers, extensible ramps, etc.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of resistance to dynamic loading in order to assess the burglar resistant properties of pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters. It is applicable to the following means of opening: turning, tilting, folding, turn-tilting, top or bottom hung, sliding (horizontally and vertically), pivoted (horizontally and vertically) and rolling as well as fixed constructions.
It is acknowledged that there are two aspects to the burglar resistance performance of construction products, their normal resistance to forced operation and their ability to remain fixed to the building. This test method does not evaluate the performance of the fixing to the building.
The manufacturer's installation instructions will give guidance on the fixing of the product.
An example for the contents of the manufacturer's installation instructions is given in Annex A of prEN 1627:2019.
This document does not apply to doors, gates and barriers, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises, as covered by EN 13241.

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This document specifies terms and definitions for different PVC based materials used for the production of unplasticized polyvinylchloride (PVC-U) profiles for windows and doors.
It describes the content and meaning of post-consumer and post-industrial recyclate as it is used in new products. It distinguishes between different PVC recepies used in production for PVC window and door profiles.
This document shall serve as the reference standard for definitions used in related standards such as all parts of EN 12608, EN 17410 or standards for PVC based profiles for building applications.

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This document is applicable to single and double leaf, hinged and pivoted metal framed, glazed doorsets
or openable windows as covered by EN 15269-5 or EN 15269-20.
This document prescribes the methodology for extending the application of test results obtained from
durability of self-closing test(s) conducted in accordance with EN 1191.
Subject to the completion of the appropriate self-closing test(s), the extended application can cover all or
some of the following non-exhaustive list:
— doorsets and openable windows;
— door or window leaves;
— wall or ceiling fixed elements (frame or suspension system);
— glazing and non-glazed panels in doorset and openable window, side, transom and/or overpanels;
— items of building hardware;
— decorative finishes;
— intumescent, smoke, draught or acoustic seals;
— alternative supporting construction(s).

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This document applies to the whole range of shutters, awnings and blinds defined in EN 12216, described as solar protection devices in this document.
It specifies the corresponding properties and classifications:
-   relating to thermal comfort:
     -       the solar factor (total solar energy transmittance);
     -       the secondary heat transfer factor;
     -       the direct solar transmittance;
-   relating to visual comfort:
    -       the darkening performance;
    -       the night privacy;
    -       the visual contact with the outside;
    -       the glare control;
    -       the daylight utilization;
    -       the rendering of colours.
NOTE   For other purposes, more detailed methods using different parameters can be used.
Some of the characteristics (e.g. gtot) are not applicable when solar protection devices are not parallel to the glazing (e.g. folding-arm awnings).
This document is not applicable to the solar protection devices using fluorescent materials.

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This document defines test and calculation methods for the determination of the reflection and transmission characteristics to be used to determine the thermal and visual comfort performance classes of external blinds, internal blinds and shutters, as specified in prEN 14501:2018.
This document also specifies the method to determine the darkening performance of external blinds, internal blinds and shutters, as specified in prEN 14501:2018.
This document applies to the whole range of shutters, awnings and blinds defined in EN 12216, described as solar protection devices in this document. Some of the characteristics (e.g. gtot) are not applicable when products are not parallel to the glazing (e.g. folding-arm awnings).
NOTE 1   Informative Annex D presents an approach for the determination of characteristics in case of projectable products.
Retro-reflecting products are outside the scope of this document for reflectance measurements.
NOTE 2   Retro-reflecting products refer to products for which the reflected radiation comes back to the light source in the same direction.
Products using a significant amount of fluorescent are outside the scope of this document.
NOTE 3   "Significant amount" refers to materials which are designed to be fluorescent or retroreflective and marketed as such.  It does not refer to trace amounts of materials exhibiting fluorescence, e.g. for colour or identification purposes. Small amounts of materials such as titanium dioxide, which are not primarily included to achieve fluorescence, may be present.

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This document applies to power-operated pedestrian swing door drives with self closing function using mechanically stored energy for single and double leaf swing doors with fire resistance and smoke control characteristics.
This document does not apply to:
-   Electrically controlled hold-open systems according to EN 14637;
-   Door coordinating devices according to EN 1158;
-   Electrically powered hold-open devices for swing doors according to EN 1155.
If a power-operated pedestrian swing door drive with self closing function is part of a door coordinator device for double leaf swing doors, the complete system will comply with EN 1158.
If a power-operated pedestrian swing door drive with self-closing function is part of an electrically controlled hold-open system, the complete system will comply with EN 14637.

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This document specifies a standard test methodology and resulting field of direct application which are applicable to linear joint fire seal materials used to seal around fire door sets which have been tested in accordance with ISO 3008‑1. The test methodology described in this document uses a smaller-scale fire resistance furnace than that prescribed in ISO 3008‑1.

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This European Standard specifies mechanical requirements and test methods for manually operated doors, gates and barriers, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended use is giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises.
This European Standard also covers manually operated vertically moving commercial doors such as rolling shutters and rolling grilles, used in retail premises which are mainly provided for goods protection.
This document applies only to doors which are not part of the load carrying structure of the building.
It does not apply to:
—   lock gates and dock gates;
—   doors on vehicles;
—   doors mainly for the retention of animals unless they are at the site perimeter;
—   doors intended for pedestrian use;
—   railway barriers.
Whenever the term “door” is used in this document, it is deemed to cover the full scope of types and variances of doors, gates and barriers defined by the scope of this European Standard.

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This Part of (pr/Fpr)EN 15269, which should be read in conjunction with FprEN 15269-1, covers hinged and pivoted steel doorsets, hinged and pivoted timber doorsets (including timber framed glazed doorsets) and hinged and pivoted metal framed glazed doorsets of single or double-leaf construction.
The document prescribes the methodology for extending the application of test results obtained from test(s) conducted in accordance with EN 1634-3.
NOTE    It is anticipated that the above scope will be extended to cover other product types when the relevant test information and expertise become available.
Subject to the completion of the appropriate test or tests, the extended application may cover Ambient Temperature Smoke Control (Sa) and Medium Temperature Smoke Control (Sm) classifications and all or some of the following variations:
- glazed elements, louvres and/or vents;
- side, transom or overpanels;
- items of building hardware;
- decorative finishes;
- intumescent, smoke, draught or acoustic seals;
- alternative supporting construction(s).

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This document provides a means of classifying the performance of opening windows according to their strength in resisting, where appropriate, racking load, static torsion and their operating forces. Special aspects such as those of burglar resistance are not covered.

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This document specifies the test method for determining the force required when engaging or releasing the hardware of a window and when commencing the movement of a casement or sash, in both opening and closing directions.
This document is applicable to windows where the movement of the casement or sash is a manual operation.
This document is applicable to products of any frame material.

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This European Standard specifies the classifications, requirements and test methods for non-coated unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U) profiles with light coloured surfaces intended to be used for the fabrication of windows and doors.
It is applicable to PVC-U profiles with the colorimetric co-ordinates measured on the visible surfaces, as follows:
-   L* ≥ 82 (chromaticity co-ordinate Y ≥ 60),
-   -2,5 ≤ a* ≤ 5,
-   -5 ≤ b* ≤ 15.
NOTE 1   For editorial reasons in this document the term "window" is used for window/door.
NOTE 2   Profiles made from PVC-U materials with reinforcements (e.g. glass fibres) are not part of this scope.

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This document sets out the general principles for the extended application of test results obtained on fire resisting and smoke control doorsets, e.g. the types of pedestrian and industrial doors, operable fabric curtains and openable windows listed in the Introduction above when tested in accordance with EN 1634-1 and/or EN 1634-3.
This document provides the general principles which are intended to be used in conjunction with the relevant part of EN 15269 depending upon the specific product type to be evaluated.

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This document sets out the general principles for the extended application of test results obtained on fire resisting and smoke control doorsets, e.g. the types of pedestrian and industrial doors, operable fabric curtains and openable windows listed in the Introduction above when tested in accordance with EN 1634-1 and/or EN 1634-3.
This document provides the general principles which are intended to be used in conjunction with the relevant part of EN 15269 depending upon the specific product type to be evaluated.

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This European Standard provides product category rules (PCR) for Type III environmental declarations for windows and pedestrian doorsets as defined in EN 14351 1, prEN 14351 2. Windows and pedestrian doorsets with fire resistance and/or smoke control characteristics according to EN 16034 are also covered by this standard.
NOTE   Windows that incorporate shutters and/or shutter boxes and/or blinds are in scope of this PCR. For any connected electrical devices (e.g. motors, sensors) - see 6.3.4.2
This European Standard complements the core rules for the product category of construction products as defined in the European Standard EN 15804. The standard is to be used in conjunction with EN 15804, not replace it.
NOTE   The assessment of social and economic performances at product level is not covered by this standard.
The core PCR:
-   defines the parameters to be declared and the way in which they are collated and reported,
-   describes which stages of a product’s life cycle are considered in the EPD and which processes are to be included in the life cycle stages,
-   defines rules for the development of scenarios,
-   includes the rules for calculating the Life Cycle Inventory and the Life Cycle Impact Assessment underlying the EPD, including the specification of the data quality to be applied,
-   includes the rules for reporting the predetermined, environmental and health information that is not covered by Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for the product, construction process(es) and construction service(s), as relevant,
-   defines the conditions under which construction products can be compared based on the information provided by EPD.
For the EPD of construction services the same rules and requirements apply as for the EPD of construction products.

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This document provides product category rules (PCR) for Type III environmental declarations for windows and pedestrian doorsets as defined in EN 14351-1 and EN 14351-2. Windows and pedestrian doorsets additionally providing fire resistance and/or smoke control characteristics according to EN 16034 are also covered by this document.
NOTE 1   Windows that incorporate shutters and/or shutter boxes and/or blinds are in scope of this PCR. For any connected electrical devices (e.g. motors, sensors) -see 6.3.4.2.
This document complements the core rules for the product category of construction products as defined in the European standard EN 15804:2012+A1:2013. The document is to be used in conjunction with EN 15804:2012+A1:2013, not replace it.
NOTE 2   The assessment of social and economic performances at product level is not covered by this document.
The core PCR:
-   defines the parameters to be declared and the way in which they are collated and reported;
-   describes which stages of a product’s life cycle are considered in the EPD and which processes are to be included in the life cycle stages;
-   defines rules for the development of scenarios;
-   includes the rules for calculating the Life Cycle Inventory and the Life Cycle Impact Assessment underlying the EPD, including the specification of the data quality to be applied;
-   includes the rules for reporting the predetermined, environmental and health information that is not covered by Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for the product, construction process(es) and construction service(s), as relevant;
-   defines the conditions under which construction products can be compared based on the information provided by EPD.
For the EPD of construction services the same rules and requirements apply as for the EPD of construction products.

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2017-11-21 - Negative assessment is received during CDV stage. Consultant assessment request is missing for FDIS.

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This European Standard sets out the general principles for the extended application of test results obtained on fire resisting and smoke control doorsets, e.g. the types of pedestrian and industrial doors and openable windows listed in the Introduction above when tested in accordance with EN 1634-1 and/or EN 1634-3.
This document provides the general principles which are intended to be used in conjunction with the relevant part of EN 15269 depending upon the specific product type to be evaluated.

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This document provides the general principles which are intended to be used in conjunction with the relevant part of EN 15269 depending upon the specific product type to be evaluated.

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This document covers vertically mounted types of manual or powered, operable fabric curtain assemblies with downward closing operation. Curtain systems are different from (are separated from) door systems due to their not rigid closure element typically made of thin walled materials as for instance woven or knitted fabrics and foils. These closure elements are not able to carry significant loads normal to their surface by their bending stiffness. In other words: curtain systems are separated from door systems because they can only conduct pulling forces by tensile stress in plane to their surface. Pushing forces are not conducted in plane to their surface.
This document establishes the methodology for extending the application of test results obtained from test(s) conducted in accordance with the EN 1634-1 test method for shutters.
Subject to the completion of the appropriate test or tests selected from those identified in Clause 4, the extended application may cover all or some of the following non-exhaustive list of examples:
-   uninsulated (E), radiation (EW) or insulated (EI1 or EI2) classifications;
-   coiling mechanisms;
-   wall/ceiling fixed elements;
-   items of building hardware;
-   decorative finishes;
-   intumescent, draught or acoustic seals;
-   alternative supporting construction(s).

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This document covers vertically mounted types of manual or powered, operable fabric curtain assemblies with downward closing operation. Curtain systems are different from (are separated from) door systems due to their not rigid closure element typically made of thin walled materials as for instance woven or knitted fabrics and foils. These closure elements are not able to carry significant loads normal to their surface by their bending stiffness. In other words: curtain systems are separated from door systems because they can only conduct pulling forces by tensile stress in plane to their surface. Pushing forces are not conducted in plane to their surface.
This document establishes the methodology for extending the application of test results obtained from test(s) conducted in accordance with the EN 1634-1 test method for shutters.
Subject to the completion of the appropriate test or tests selected from those identified in Clause 4, the extended application may cover all or some of the following non-exhaustive list of examples:
-   uninsulated (E), radiation (EW) or insulated (EI1 or EI2) classifications;
-   coiling mechanisms;
-   wall/ceiling fixed elements;
-   items of building hardware;
-   decorative finishes;
-   intumescent, draught or acoustic seals;
-   alternative supporting construction(s).

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This document, used in conjunction with ISO 834-1, specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of door and shutter assemblies designed primarily for installation within openings incorporated in vertical separating elements, such as — hinged and pivoted doors, — horizontally sliding and vertically sliding doors, including articulated sliding doors and sectional doors, — steel single-skin folding shutters (un-insulated), — other sliding, folding doors, — tilting doors, — rolling shutter doors, — removable panels in walls, — self-closing openable windows. Requirements are included for mechanical pre-conditioning, e.g. "cycling" of door and shutter assemblies prior to the conduct of the fire-resistance test.

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This European Standard identifies material independent performance characteristics that are applicable to internal pedestrian doorsets without resistance to fire and/or smoke leakage characteristics.
This document applies to doorsets intended to be used internally for construction works:
- in escape routes not subject to fire and/or smoke leakage;
- for specific uses with specific requirements;
- for communication only.
NOTE These above intended uses can be combined, for example escape routes with specific requirements.
Products covered by this European standard are power operated hinged or manually operated internal pedestrian doorsets and screens with flush or paneled leaves, single or double leaf, which could be completed with:
- related building hardware;
- door closing devices.
NOTE Manually operated doors with door closing devices are not power operated doors.
- integral fanlights;
- adjacent parts that are contained within a single frame for inclusion in a single aperture.
Products covered by this European standard are not assessed for structural applications.
This European standard does not apply to:
- industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates according to EN 13241-1;
- external pedestrian doorsets according to EN 14351-1;
- door leaves placed on the market separately;
- door frames placed on the market separately;
- power operated pedestrian doorsets according to EN 16361.
The noise emission of power operated interior hinged doors is not considered to be a relevant hazard; therefore this standard does not contain any specific requirements to noise.

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This European Standard specifies the general terminology for windows and pedestrian doors. The various types are illustrated by figures.

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This European Standard identifies material independent performance characteristics, except resistance to fire and smoke control characteristics, which are applicable to internal pedestrian doorsets.
Fire resisting and/or smoke control characteristics for pedestrian doorsets and openable windows are covered by EN 16034.
This European Standard applies to doorsets intended to be used internally for construction works as:
-   intended use a) in escape routes;
-   intended use b) for specific uses with specific requirements;
-   intended use c) for communication only.
NOTE 1   These above intended uses can be combined, for example escape routes with specific requirements.
For internal pedestrian doorsets with resistance to fire and /or smoke control characteristics, this standard should only apply in conjunction with EN 16034.
Products covered by this European Standard are power operated hinged or manually operated internal pedestrian doorsets and screens with flush or panelled leaves, single or double leaf, which could be completed with:
-   related building hardware;
-   door closing devices;
-   integral fanlights;
-   adjacent parts that are contained within a single frame for inclusion in a single aperture.
NOTE 2   Manually operated doors with door closing devices are not considered to be power operated doors.
Products covered by this European Standard are not assessed for structural applications.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates according to EN 13241;
-   external pedestrian doorsets according to EN 14351-1;
-   door leaves placed on the market as a single unit;
-   door frames placed on the market as a single unit;
-   power operated pedestrian doorsets, other than swing type, according to EN 16361.
Doorsets can be placed on the market with their component (leaf and frame) separate when each of these components are clearly identified.
This European Standard does not deal with any specific requirements on noise emitted from internal power operated hinged doorsets as their noise emission is not considered to be a relevant hazard.

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This International Standard specifies technical requirements for windows, portlights, hatches, deadlights and doors
on small craft of hull length up to 24 m, taking into account the type of craft, its design category, and the location of
the appliance.
The appliances considered in this International Standard are only those that are critical for the craft's
watertightness, i.e. those that could lead to flooding in case of rupture of the plate.
This International Standard is mostly intended to be used for recreational craft, but it may be used for nonrecreational
small craft of hull length up to 24 m, excluding lifeboats. However, it is not applicable to commercial or
work boats used in severe conditions.

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The test described in this part of ISO 5925 determines the rate of leakage of ambient (cold) and medium
(warm) temperature smoke from one side of door and shutter assemblies to the other under the specified test
conditions. The test is applicable to door and shutter assemblies of different configurations intended for
purposes of controlling the passage of smoke in case of fire.
The acceptable leakage rates for different situations are not addressed in this part of ISO 5925, but rather are
specified by the regulations of the controlling authorities.
The principle of the test is explained briefly in Annex A.

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This Technical Report provides a commentary that explains the general philosophy and factors on which the
test specified in Part 1 of ISO 5925 has been designed, to describe the limitations of its application and to
provide some general guidance for those who use the result of the test. Smoke control-door and shutter
assemblies can be used as part of a smoke containment strategy for the purposes of life safety or property
protection.

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This document specifies general terminology for windows and pedestrian doors. The various terms are illustrated with the aid of figures.

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This European Standard details the general terminology for internal blinds, external blinds and shutters as they are normally used and applied to buildings.
Internal blinds, external blinds and shutters are covered by product standards EN 13120, EN 13561 and EN 13659, respectively.
This European Standard does not apply to industrial, commercial or garage doors
NOTE   The figures in this standard are solely for the purpose of terminology and should not be seen as recommendations for design, construction etc.

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This European Standard details the general terminology for internal blinds, external blinds and shutters as they are normally used and applied to buildings.
Internal blinds, external blinds and shutters are covered by product standards EN 13120, EN 13561 and EN 13659, respectively.
This European Standard does not apply to industrial, commercial or garage doors, such as rolling shutters and rolling grilles used in retail premises which are mainly provided for the access of persons rather vehicules and goods, covered by EN 13241.
The figures in this standard are solely for the purpose of terminology and should not be seen as recommendations for design, construction, etc.

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This European Standard specifies a tensile bending method and a compression bending method for determining the failure stress of welded corners and T-joints made from unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U) profiles.
This European Standard is applicable to PVC-U profiles for the fabrication of windows and doors.

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of door and shutter assemblies and openable windows designed for installation within openings incorporated in vertical separating elements, such as:
a)   hinged and pivoted doors;
b)   horizontally sliding and vertically sliding doors including articulated sliding doors and sectional doors;
c)   folding doors, sliding folding doors /shutters;
d)   tilting doors;
e)   rolling shutter doors;
f)   openable windows;
g)   operable fabric curtains.
This European Standard is used in conjunction with EN 1363-1.
The testing of fire dampers is covered by EN 1366-2.
The testing of closures for conveyor systems is covered by EN 1366-7.
By prior agreement with the test sponsor, additional information may be gained for individual elements of building hardware in order to fulfil the performance criteria identified in EN 1634-2. Based on the observations recorded during the test, the results may be presented in a separate report which should be in accordance with the requirements of EN 1634-2.
Doors tested in accordance with this European Standard and classified in accordance with EN 13501-2 may be accepted for lift landing door applications as an alternative to EN 81-58 and subject to National Regulations. EN 81-58 represents a specific test for lift landing doors and results in an alternative classification which may not be suitable for some other purposes as defined in National Regulations.

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of door and shutter assemblies and openable windows designed for installation within openings incorporated in vertical separating elements, such as:
a)   hinged and pivoted doors;
b)   horizontally sliding and vertically sliding doors including articulated sliding doors and sectional doors;
c)   folding doors, sliding folding doors /shutters;
d)   tilting doors;
e)   rolling shutter doors;
f)   openable windows;
g)   operable fabric curtains.
This European Standard is used in conjunction with EN 1363-1.
The testing of fire dampers is covered by EN 1366-2.
The testing of closures for conveyor systems is covered by EN 1366-7.
By prior agreement with the test sponsor, additional information may be gained for individual elements of building hardware in order to fulfil the performance criteria identified in EN 1634-2. Based on the observations recorded during the test, the results may be presented in a separate report which should be in accordance with the requirements of EN 1634-2.
Doors tested in accordance with this European Standard and classified in accordance with EN 13501-2 may be accepted for lift landing door applications as an alternative to EN 81-58 and subject to National Regulations. EN 81-58 represents a specific test for lift landing doors and results in an alternative classification which may not be suitable for some other purposes as defined in National Regulations.

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Applies to those components of X-ray equipment which influence the image quality and patient dose of diagnostic X-ray systems using radiographic and radioscopic imaging systems.[
]Defines:[
]- the parameters which describe the performance of X-ray equipment with regard to imaging properties and patient dose;[
]- methods of testing wether measured quantities related to those parameters comply with the specific tolerances.[
]The aim is to verify compliance of the installation with specifications relating to the image quality and patient dose, and to detect malfunctions that are not in agreement with those specifications.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for the safety in use of any type of power operated door, gate and barrier including their components, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises.
This European Standard also covers power operated vertically moving commercial doors used in retail premises which are mainly provided for the access of persons rather than vehicles or goods
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the power operation of doors, gates and barriers, as identified in Annex C.
European Standard does not apply to
- lock gates and dock gates;
- doors on lifts;
- doors on vehicles;
- armoured doors;
- doors mainly for the retention of animals;
- theatre textile curtains;
- horizontally moving power operated doorsets intended for pedestrian use;
- doors outside the reach of people (such as crane gantry fences);
- railway barriers;
- barriers used solely for vehicles (e.g. barriers on motorway, public car parks).
Also this European Standard does not apply to power operated doors, gates and barriers which are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard.
Requirements for specific characteristics (such as fire resistance, blast-resistance, acoustic, escape route function, burglar resistance or thermal insulation, etc.) which certain doors are required to comply with are not specified in this document. If the specifications of a standard on the special characteristics of such doors are in conflict with the requirements of this European Standard, that standard has preference.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for the safety in use of power operated door, gate and barrier, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended use is  giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises.
This European Standard also covers power operated vertically moving commercial doors such as rolling shutters and rolling grilles, used in retail premises which are mainly provided for goods protection.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the power operation of industrial, commercial and garage doors, and gates when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable as identified in Clause 4.
All lifetime phases of the machinery including transportation, assembly, dismantling, disabling and scrapping are considered by this standard.
This European Standard does not apply to
-   lock gates and dock gates;
-   doors on lifts;
-   doors on vehicles;
-   armoured doors;
-   doors mainly for the retention of animals, unless they are at the site perimeter ;
-   theatre textile curtains;
-   horizontally moving power operated doors mainly intended for pedestrian use;
-   doors outside the reach of people (such as crane gantry fences);
-   railway barriers;
-   barriers intended solely for use by pedestrians;
-   barriers used solely for vehicles on motorways.
Whenever the term "door" is used in this document, it shall be deemed to cover the full scope of types and variances of doors, gates and barriers in the scope of this Standard.
This European Standard does not deal with any specific requirements on noise emitted from power operated door, gate and barrier, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended use is giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises as their noise emission is not considered to be a relevant hazard.
NOTE   Noise emission of power operated doors is not a significant hazard for the users of these products. It is a comfort aspect.
This European Standard is not applicable to machinery which are manufactured before the date of publication of the standard.

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Revision of EN ISO 10077-2:2012
This part of ISO 10077 specifies a method and gives reference input data for the calculation of the thermal transmittance of frame profiles and of the linear thermal transmittance of their junction with glazing or opaque panels.
The method can also be used to evaluate the thermal resistance of shutter profiles and the thermal characteristics of roller shutter boxes and similar components (e.g. blinds).
This part of ISO 10077 also gives criteria for the validation of numerical methods used for the calculation.
This part of ISO 10077 does not include effects of solar radiation, heat transfer caused by air leakage or three-dimensional heat transfer such as pin point metallic connections. Thermal bridge effects between the frame and the building structure are not included.
No change to the scope is expected. There will be editorial revision (new structure) in the context of Mandat M/480 and also technical revison of the existing standard.

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This document specifies methods for the calculation of the thermal transmittance of windows and
pedestrian doors consisting of glazed and/or opaque panels fitted in a frame, with and without shutters.
This document allows for
— different types of glazing (glass or plastic; single or multiple glazing; with or without low emissivity
coatings, and with spaces filled with air or other gases),
— opaque panels within the window or door,
— various types of frames (wood, plastic, metallic with and without thermal barrier, metallic with
pinpoint metallic connections or any combination of materials), and
— where appropriate, the additional thermal resistance introduced by different types of closed shutter
or external blind, depending on their air permeability.
The thermal transmittance of roof windows and other projecting windows can be calculated according
to this document, provided that the thermal transmittance of their frame sections is determined by
measurement or by numerical calculation.
Default values for glazing, frames and shutters are given in the annexes. Thermal bridge effects at the
rebate or joint between the window or door frame and the rest of the building envelope are excluded
from the calculation.
The calculation does not include
— effects of solar radiation (see standards under M2-8),
— heat transfer caused by air leakage (see standards under M2-6),
— calculation of condensation,
— ventilation of air spaces in double and coupled windows, and
— surrounding parts of an oriel window.
The document is not applicable to
— curtain walls and other structural glazing (see other standards under M2-5), and
— industrial, commercial and garage doors.
NOTE Table 1 in the Introduction shows the relative position of this document within the set of EPB
standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in ISO 52000-1.

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ISO 10077-2:2017 specifies a method and gives reference input data for the calculation of the thermal transmittance of frame profiles and of the linear thermal transmittance of their junction with glazing or opaque panels.
The method can also be used to evaluate the thermal resistance of shutter profiles and the thermal characteristics of roller shutter boxes and similar components (e.g. blinds).
ISO 10077-2:2017 also gives criteria for the validation of numerical methods used for the calculation.
ISO 10077-2:2017 does not include effects of solar radiation, heat transfer caused by air leakage or three-dimensional heat transfer such as pinpoint metallic connections. Thermal bridge effects between the frame and the building structure are not included.
NOTE Table 1 in the Introduction shows the relative position of ISO 10077-2:2017 within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in ISO 52000-1.

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ISO 10077-1:2017 specifies methods for the calculation of the thermal transmittance of windows and pedestrian doors consisting of glazed and/or opaque panels fitted in a frame, with and without shutters.

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