This document specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and functionality of window fastener handles.
This document does not apply to the following hardware:
a)   handles - primarily for Tilt and Turn, Tilt-First and Turn-Only hardware, refer to EN 13126-3;
b)   sash fasteners, refer to EN 13126-14;
c)   sliding closing devices, refer to EN 13126-19.
NOTE   The handles covered by this document do not have a spindle and the spur is primarily used to achieve the locked closed position.

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This document specifies the requirements and test procedures for durability, strength, security and functionality of finger catches for windows and door height windows.

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This document specifies requirements for performance and testing of Mechatronic Cylinders and their keys and/or electronic keys.
It applies to cylinders for such locks designed to be normally used in buildings. It also applies to cylinders for use with other hardware products such as exit devices, door operators, etc. or monitoring facilities and alarm systems.
It establishes categories of use based on performance tests and grades of security based on design requirements and on performance tests that simulate attack.
This document includes assessment of additional features when they are included in the cylinder design.
This document does not cover any other element of a security system, other than those directly involved in the control of a cylinder.
The suitability of cylinders for use on fire or smoke-door assemblies is determined by fire performance tests conducted in addition to the performance testing specified by this document (see Annex A).

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1.1   General
This document applies to Mechatronic door furniture (MDF) fitted on the door set which gives the possibility to control the locking and/or release part through an electronic authorization means. This can be operable by credentials (i.e. card, code, biometric).
The MDF according to this document is combined with locks according to EN 12209, EN 14846, prEN 15685 or may be a part of an emergency exit device according to EN 179, EN 1125 or EN 13637.
The MDF may be standalone or linkable to an external control system.
The document would allow classifying the MDF upon several characteristics such as category of use, durability, environmental, security, and type of operating device.
The suitability of the MDF for use on fire or smoke-door assemblies is determined by fire resistance tests conducted in addition to the performance testing specified by this document.
1.2   Exclusions
This document does not cover:
-   mechatronic cylinders according to EN 15684;
-   electromechanical operated locks and striking plates according to EN 14846.

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1.1   General
This document applies to Mechatronic door furniture (MDF) fitted on the door set which gives the possibility to control the locking and/or release part through an electronic authorization means. This can be operable by credentials (i.e. card, code, biometric).
The MDF according to this document is combined with locks according to EN 12209, EN 14846, prEN 15685 or may be a part of an emergency exit device according to EN 179, EN 1125 or EN 13637.
The MDF may be standalone or linkable to an external control system.
The document would allow classifying the MDF upon several characteristics such as category of use, durability, environmental, security, and type of operating device.
The suitability of the MDF for use on fire or smoke-door assemblies is determined by fire resistance tests conducted in addition to the performance testing specified by this document.
1.2   Exclusions
This document does not cover:
-   mechatronic cylinders according to EN 15684;
-   electromechanical operated locks and striking plates according to EN 14846.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the manual design system sliding doors, sliding corner doors and folding doors of the bi-fold type and multi-panel folding doors but excluding doors and panels. Cycle tests, static load, initial friction and corrosion resistance tests are included for fittings and track only.
This document covers door gear for all industrial, commercial and residential sliding doors and folding doors.
This document does not cover the rollers for horizontal sliding and hardware for inward or outward sliding folding windows (types N Q, R and S) in accordance with EN 13126-15, hardware for Lift and Slide windows (type P) in accordance with EN 13126-16 and hardware for Tilt and Slide windows (type T) in accordance with EN 13126-17.

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This document specifies requirements for the design manual system sliding doors, sliding corner doors and folding doors of the bi-fold type and multi-panel folding doors but excluding doors and panels. Cycle tests, static load, initial friction and corrosion resistance tests are included for fittings and track only.
This document covers door gear for all industrial, commercial and residential sliding doors and folding doors.
This document does not cover the rollers for horizontal sliding and building hardware for inward or outward sliding folding windows (types N Q, R and S) in accordance with EN 13126-15, building hardware for Lift and Slide windows (type P) in accordance with EN 13126-16 and building hardware for Tilt and Slide windows (type T) in accordance with EN 13126-17.

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IEC 60730-2-12:2015(E) applies to electrically operated door locks for use in, on or in association with equipment, including equipment for heating, air-conditioning and similar applications. The equipment may use electricity, gas, oil, solid fuel, solar thermal energy, etc., or a combination thereof. This standard also applies to electrically operated door locks for equipment that may be used by the public, such as equipment intended to be used in shops, offices, hospitals, farms and commercial and industrial applications. This standard does not apply to electrically operated door locks intended exclusively for industrial process applications unless explicitly mentioned in the equipment standard. This standard does not apply to electrically operated door locks intended for security access applications. This part 2 is intended to be used in conjunction with IEC 60730-1. It was established on the basis of the fifth edition (2013) of that publication. Consideration may be given to future editions of, or amendments to, IEC 60730-1. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2005. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - aligns the text with IEC 60730-1, Edition 5; - modifies requirements for Class B control function (H.27.1.2.2); - modifies requirements for Class C control function (H.27.1.2.3) and - modifies requirements for faults during safety shut-down.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of hardware for Tilt and Slide windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in informative Annex C.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of hardware for Lift and Slide windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in informative Annex C, regardless of whether the hardware enables an additional tilt position.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of rollers for horizontal sliding and hardware for inward or outward sliding folding windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in informative Annex C. This standard is applicable to rollers irrespective of whether they are adjustable or not and irrespective of the method or type of fixing or if they are used independently, or in multiples or combinations.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of hardware for Lift and Slide windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in informative Annex C, regardless of whether the hardware enables an additional tilt position.
NOTE 1   This document is also applicable to hardware systems, whereby the sash itself is not lifted but a gasket mechanism is moved.
NOTE 2   This document is also applicable to hardware systems, whereby the sash itself is not lifted but the sash is being moved parallel to the plane of the frame.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of hardware for Tilt and Slide windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in Figures C.1 and C.2 in informative Annex C.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of rollers for horizontal sliding and hardware for inward or outward sliding folding windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in Figures C.1 to C.7 in informative Annex C. This document is applicable to rollers irrespective of whether they are adjustable or not and irrespective of the method or type of fixing or if they are used independently, or in multiples or combinations.
All components of the hardware (e.g. guide tracks, lateral guides, rails, hinges) used while testing the rollers for sliding folding windows and door height windows (window types Q, R and S) are considered to be part of the complete sliding folding hardware set.

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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 part of prEN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of mechanically operated variable/parallel geometry stay hinges (with or without a friction system) whether fitted, with integral restrictors or not, in accordance with common application as shown in informative Annex D.
By means of this standard, the user of recognized tested hardware can assume that with correct usage, the variable/parallel geometry stay hinges (with or without a friction system) for windows conform to prescribed requirements.
NOTE 1   Balancing stay arms/hinges do not represent a friction system.
NOTE 2   For the purposes of this standard, the friction system is achieved by friction pads or similar.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of mechanically operated variable/parallel geometry stay hinges (with or without a friction system) whether fitted, with integral restrictors or not, in accordance with common application as shown in informative Annex D.
By means of this standard, the user of recognized tested hardware can assume that with correct usage, the variable/parallel geometry stay hinges (with or without a friction system) for windows conform to prescribed requirements.
NOTE 1 Balancing stay arms/hinges do not represent a friction system.
NOTE 2 For the purposes of this standard, the friction system is achieved by friction pads or similar.

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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 the requirements and test procedures for durability, strength, security and function of Tilt and Turn, Tilt-First and Turn-Only hardware components or sets for windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in informative Annex C.
NOTE   To maintain the guaranteed characteristics during the utilization period, the manufacturers' product information and the manufacturers' maintenance and service instructions will be complied with in a manner that can be proven.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test procedures for durability, strength, security and function of Tilt and Turn, Tilt-First and Turn-Only hardware components or sets for windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in informative Annex C.
NOTE   To maintain the guaranteed characteristics during the utilization period, the manufacturers' product information and the manufacturers' maintenance and service instructions will be complied with in a manner that can be proven.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for performance and testing of mechatronic padlocks (MPs) and their keys and/or electronic keys.
It establishes categories of use based on performance tests and grades of security based on design requirements and on performance tests that simulate attack.  If the design incorporates mechanical security means in addition to the mechatronic means, these are also tested.
This European Standard does not cover any other element of a security system, other than those directly involved in the control of a padlock.  
This European Standard does not cover the physical testing of multi-function devices such as Smartphones that may be used as part of the control system.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for performance and testing of mechatronic padlocks (MPs) and their keys and/or electronic keys.
It establishes categories of use based on performance tests and grades of security based on design requirements and on performance tests that simulate attack.  If the design incorporates mechanical security means in addition to the mechatronic means, these are also tested.
This European Standard does not cover any other element of a security system, other than those directly involved in the control of a padlock.  
This European Standard does not cover the physical testing of multi-function devices such as Smartphones that may be used as part of the control system.

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This European Standard covers hinged and pivoted steel (any kind) and aluminium based framed, glazed
doorsets or openable windows.
This European Standard prescribes the methodology for extending the application of test results obtained
from resistance to fire test(s) conducted in accordance with EN 1634-1.
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 examples:
- integrity (E), integrity/radiation (EW) or integrity/insulation (EI1 or EI2) classifications;
- doorsets and openable windows;
- door / window leaf (leaves);
- glazing and non-glazed panels in doorset and openable window;
- items of building hardware;
- decorative finishes;
- intumescent, smoke, draught or acoustic seals;
- alternative supporting construction(s).

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and functionality of mechanically operated locks and their locking plates:
a)   for use in doors in buildings;
b)   for use on fire and smoke compartmentation doors fitted with door closing devices, to enable such doors to close reliably and thus achieve self-closing in the event of fire; and
c)   for use on locked fire doors to maintain the fire integrity of the door assembly.
This European standard covers locks and their locking plates which are either manufactured and placed on the market in their entirety by one producer or produced by more than one producer, or assembled from sub-assemblies produced by more than one producer and designed to be used in combination.
This European Standard specifies mechanically operated locks and locking systems intended for use in different environmental and security conditions, thus necessitating different grades.
This European standard does not specify Multipoint locks or their locking plates which are specified by prEN 15685.
This European Standard specifies the dimensions and properties required for security
Assessment of the contribution of the product to the fire resistance of specific fire resistance and/or smoke control door set assemblies is beyond the scope of this European Standard.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and functionality of mechanically operated locks and their locking plates:
a)   for use in doors in buildings;
b)   for use on fire and smoke compartmentation doors fitted with door closing devices, to enable such doors to close reliably and thus achieve self-closing in the event of fire; and
c)   for use on locked fire doors to maintain the fire integrity of the door assembly.
This European standard covers locks and their locking plates which are either manufactured and placed on the market in their entirety by one producer or produced by more than one producer, or assembled from sub-assemblies produced by more than one producer and designed to be used in combination.
This European Standard specifies mechanically operated locks and locking systems intended for use in different environmental and security conditions, thus necessitating different grades.
This European standard does not specify Multipoint locks or their locking plates which are specified by prEN 15685.
This European Standard specifies the dimensions and properties required for security
Assessment of the contribution of the product to the fire resistance of specific fire resistance and/or smoke control door set assemblies is beyond the scope of this European Standard.

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This European standard specifies requirements for the manufacture; performance and testing of electrically controlled exit systems, designed for use on escape routes. These systems consist of at least the following elements:- Initiating element for requesting the release of electrical locking element in order to exit;- Electrical locking element for securing an exit door;- Electrical controlling element for supplying, connecting and controlling electrical locking element and initiating element. In addition, these electrically controlled exit systems can include time delay and/or denied exit mode. This European Standard covers electrically controlled exit systems placed on the market as a complete unit (e.g. mortise lock, lever handle, keeper, initiating element, electrical locking element, electrical controlling element, etc.). The components are tested as a single product. This European Standard covers electrically controlled exit systems which are either manufactured and placed on the market in their entirety by one manufacturer or assembled from sub-assemblies produced by more than one manufacturer and subsequently placed on the market as a kit in a single transaction. The suitability of an electrically controlled exit system for use on fire/smoke resisting door assemblies is determined by fire performance tests conducted in addition to the performance tests required by this European Standard.

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This European Standard applies to cylinders for such locks as are normally used in buildings and are designed to be used with cylinders.
This European Standard specifies performance and other requirements for the strength, security, durability, performance and corrosion resistance of cylinders and their original keys. It establishes one category of use, three categories of durability, two categories each for fire and corrosion resistance all based on performance tests as well as six grades of key related security based on design requirements and three grades on performance tests that simulate attack.
This European Standard includes tests of satisfactory operation at temperatures between  -20 °C and +65 °C. It specifies test methods to be used on cylinders and their protective measures linked with these cylinders and recommended by the manufacturer.
Corrosion resistance is specified by reference to the requirements of the European Standard EN 1670 on the protection of corrosion for locks and building hardware.
The suitability of cylinders for use on fire or smoke-door assemblies is determined by fire performance tests conducted in addition to the performance testing required by this European Standard. Since suitability for use on fire doors is not essential in every situation, the manufacturer has the option to state if the cylinder conforms to these additional requirements or not. If so claimed, cylinders shall comply with the requirements laid down in the relevant European Standard EN 1634-1 or prEN 1634-2, see Annex A.
Assessment of fire resistance of grade 1 doors is beyond the scope of this document.
On occasions there may be a need for additional functions within the design of the cylinder. Purchasers should satisfy themselves that the products are suitable for their intended use.

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This European standard specifies requirements for the manufacture; performance and testing of electrically controlled exit systems, designed for use on escape routes. These systems consist of at least the following elements:- Initiating element for requesting the release of electrical locking element in order to exit;- Electrical locking element for securing an exit door;- Electrical controlling element for supplying, connecting and controlling electrical locking element and initiating element. In addition, these electrically controlled exit systems can include time delay and/or denied exit mode. This European Standard covers electrically controlled exit systems placed on the market as a complete unit (e.g. mortise lock, lever handle, keeper, initiating element, electrical locking element, electrical controlling element, etc.). The components are tested as a single product. This European Standard covers electrically controlled exit systems which are either manufactured and placed on the market in their entirety by one manufacturer or assembled from sub-assemblies produced by more than one manufacturer and subsequently placed on the market as a kit in a single transaction. The suitability of an electrically controlled exit system for use on fire/smoke resisting door assemblies is determined by fire performance tests conducted in addition to the performance tests required by this European Standard.

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This European Standard applies to cylinders and their keys for such locks as are normally used in buildings and are designed to be used with cylinders, where the locks have an operational torque of maximum 1,2 Nm.
This European Standard specifies performance and other requirements for the strength, security, durability, performance and corrosion resistance of cylinders and their original keys. It establishes one category of use, three grades of durability, three grades for fire and four grades corrosion resistance all based on performance tests as well as six grades of key related security based on design requirements and five grades on performance tests that simulate attack.
This European Standard includes tests of satisfactory operation at a range of temperatures. It specifies test methods to be used on cylinders and their protective measures linked with these cylinders and recommended by the manufacturer.
Corrosion resistance is specified by reference to the requirements of EN 1670 on corrosion resistance of building hardware.
The suitability of cylinders for use on fire or smoke-door assemblies is determined by fire performance tests conducted in addition to the performance testing required by this standard. Since suitability for use on fire doors is not essential in every situation the manufacturer has the option to state if the cylinder conforms to these additional requirements or not. If so claimed, cylinders will comply with the requirements in Annex A.
Assessment of fire resistance of grade 1 doors is beyond the scope of this document.
On occasions there may be a need for additional functions within the design of the cylinder. Purchasers should satisfy themselves that the products are suitable for their intended use.

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This Part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and functionality of devices that restrict the opening of windows and door height windows.
On devices that restrict the opening of
-   Tilt&Turn, Tilt-First, Turn-Only, or Tilt-Only windows and door-height windows
-   horizontal and vertical pivot windows and door height windows
-   side-hung Casements and top-hung windows and door height windows (opening outwards)
this part of EN 13126 only applies, if a restriction of the opening occurs within the specification in Annex A, E or G of EN 1191:2012 in accordance with the intended use specified by the manufacturer

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This Part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and functionality of devices that restrict the opening of windows and door height windows.
On devices that restrict the opening of
-   Tilt&Turn, Tilt-First, Turn-Only, or Tilt-Only windows and door-height windows
-   horizontal and vertical pivot windows and door height windows
-   side-hung Casements and top-hung windows and door height windows (opening outwards)
this part of EN 13126 only applies, if a restriction of the opening occurs within the specification in Annex A, E or G of EN 1191:2012 in accordance with the intended use specified by the manufacturer

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This European Standard applies to mechanical padlocks and padlock fittings used on buildings and general use and specifies the test methods to be used. This European Standard specifies performance and other requirements for strength, security, durability, performance, and corrosion resistance of padlocks. It establishes one category of use, two categories of durability, six categories for corrosion resistance and six grades for security based on performance tests that simulate attack. Limited manual attack testing is included in this European Standard because the machine testing does not replicate all known manual attacks.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for durability and strength of hardware for vertical and horizontal pivot windows and door height windows (including pivot hinges and central locking systems). If the hardware manufacturer would like to classify an integrated restrictor function, the pivot hinges may be tested in accordance with EN 13126-5. This European Standard does not apply to manoeuvring devices which are covered in EN 13126-2, EN 13126-3, EN 13126-7, EN 13126-14 and prEN 13126-18.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for durability and strength of hardware for vertical and horizontal pivot windows and door height windows (including pivot hinges and central locking systems).
If the hardware manufacturer would like to classify an integrated restrictor function, the pivot hinges may be tested in accordance with EN 13126-5.
This European Standard does not apply to manoeuvring devices which are covered in EN 13126-2, EN 13126-3, EN 13126-7, EN 13126-14 and prEN 13126-18.

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This European Standard applies to all building hardware elements intended to be used on fire resisting and/or smoke control doorsets and/or openable windows. This European standard specifies templates which shall be used to summarise performance and other relevant information of building hardware elements, relating to existing durability of self-closing, fire resistance and/or smoke control test evidence. Other performance characteristics required are given in FprEN 16034.

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This European Standard applies to all building hardware elements intended to be used on fire resisting and/or smoke control doorsets and/or openable windows.
This European standard specifies templates which shall be used to summarise performance and other relevant information of building hardware elements, relating to existing durability of self-closing, fire resistance and/or smoke control test evidence.
Other performance characteristics required are given in prEN 16034.

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This European Standard applies to mechanical padlocks and padlock fittings used on buildings and general use and specifies the test methods to be used.
This European Standard specifies performance and other requirements for strength, security, durability, performance, and corrosion resistance of padlocks. It establishes one category of use, two categories of durability, six categories for corrosion resistance and six grades for security based on performance tests that simulate attack.
Limited manual attack testing is included in this European Standard because the machine testing does not replicate all known manual attacks.

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1.1   General
This European Standard specifies requirements regarding design and test methods for external and internal power operated pedestrian doorsets. Such doorset constructions may be operated electro-mechanically, electro-hydraulically or pneumatically.
This European Standard covers safety in use of power operated pedestrian doorsets used for normal access as well as in escape routes and as fire resistance and/or smoke control doorsets.
The type of doorsets covered include power operated pedestrian sliding, swing and revolving doorsets, including balanced doorsets and folding doorsets with a horizontally moving leaf.
Power operated pass doorsets incorporated in other doorsets for which the main intended use is giving safe access for persons are covered by the scope of this European Standard.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to power operated doorsets when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Annex L).
1.2   Exclusions
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   vertically moving doors;
-   doors on lifts;
-   doors on vehicles;
-   power operated doors or gates mainly intended for vehicular traffic or access for goods;
-   doors used in industrial processes;
-   partition walls;
-   doors outside the reach of people (such as crane gantry fences);
-   traffic barriers;
-   turnstiles;
-   platform doors.
This European Standard does not cover special functions of doorsets, such as security in banks, airports, etc. or fire compartments, where conformity of the specific function with requirements of the application shall have the preference.
This European Standard does not cover operation in environments where the electromagnetic disturbances are outside the range of those specified in EN 61000-6-3.
This European Standard does not cover the radio part of operating devices of doorsets. If a radio-operating device is used, the relevant ETSI standards should be applied in addition.
This European Standard does not contain any specific requirement regarding noise emitted by a power operated doorset in relation to the Machinery Directive as it is not considered to be a significant hazard.
This European Standard is not applicable to power operated pedestrian doorsets in use before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This European Standard specifies test methods and requirements for spindle and fastening elements, operating torques, permissible free play and safety, free angular movement and misalignment, durability, static strength and corrosion resistance for sprung and unsprung lever handles, knobs for doors, push pads and similar in combination with backplates or roses operating latches.
This European Standard is applicable only to lever handles and knobs that operate a latch or a lock and other devices.
It specifies four categories of use according to frequency and other conditions of use.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and functionality of sash balances.

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This European Standard specifies test methods and requirements for spindle and fastening elements, operating torques, permissible free play and safety, free angular movement and misalignment, durability, static strength and corrosion resistance for sprung and unsprung lever handles, knobs for doors, push pads and similar devices in combination with backplates or roses operating latches.
This European Standard is applicable only to lever handles and knobs that operate a latch or a lock and other devices.
It specifies four categories of use according to frequency and other conditions of use.

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This European Standard specifies performance requirements for the strength and durability of hardware for the operation of movable sashes of windows and door height windows including requirements and test methods common to all hardware. This European Standard is applicable to the hardware suitable for windows and door height windows in Table 1, whatever the material used for the construction of the window.

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This part of CEN/TS 13126 specifies the requirements and test methods for durability, strenght, security and function of manoeuvring fittings for espangolette bolts/sliding buttons. It applies to operating handles or knobs with spindles, claw operating levers and sliding buttons for use on windows and door height windows. The following fittings are excluded: a) Operating fittings for door latches or locks; b) Electromechanical fittings.

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This European Standard specifies performance requirements for the strength and durability of hardware for the operation of movable sashes of windows and door height windows including requirements and test methods common to all hardware.
This European Standard is applicable to the hardware suitable for windows and door height windows in Table 1, whatever the material used for the construction of the window.
Table 1  Window opening-types
Window opening-type   Description
Description refers to EN 12519   Number of Figure in Annex B
A   Side-hung window inward opening
single (and double) side-hung casement, opening inwards   B.1
B   Side-hung window outward opening
single (and double) side-hung casement, opening outwards   B.1
C   Bottom-hung window inward opening and outward opening
bottom-hung casement, opening inwards or outwards   B.2
D   Top-hung window inward opening and outward opening
top-hung casement, opening inwards or outwards   B.2
E   Tilt&Turn, Tilt-First
tilt and turn windows   B.3
F   Horizontal pivot window
horizontal pivot casement, centre or off-centre   B.4
G   Vertical pivot window
vertical pivot casement, centre or off-centre   B.4
H   Projecting top-hung inward and outward opening window
sliding projecting, top-hung casement, opening inwards or outwards   B.5
J   Projecting bottom-hung inward and outward opening window
this type is not separately described in EN 12519   B.5
K   Projecting reversible top-hung window
this type is not separately described in EN 12519   B.6
L   Projecting reversible side-hung window
sliding projecting, side-hung casement, open out   B.7
M   Vertical sliding sash
vertical sliding sash   B.8
N   Horizontal sliding sash
horizontal sliding sash   B.9
P   Lifting sliding sash
lifting sliding sash   B.10
Q   Folding window (centre pivot)
this type is not separately described in EN 12519   B.11
R   Folding outward opening window (corner pivot)
sliding folding window   B.12
S   Folding inward opening window (corner pivot)
sliding folding window    B.12
T   Tilting sliding sash
double tilting sliding sash   B.13
U   Top-hung inward opening window multi-light
this type is not separately described in EN 12519   B.14
V   Bottom-hung inward opening window multi-light
this type is not separately described in EN 12519   B.14
W   Horizontal balanced window
this type is not separately described in EN 12519   B.15
This European Standard does not apply to the following:
Fusible links, hardware for lifting side-hung windows, fixing devices that are used to assemble or install a fixed window, devices that are used for the permanent fixing of a complete window into a building structure, mechanisms for the pneumatic or hydraulic remote operation of windows; also single axis hinges (other than those, which provide a pivot-function for windows) and dead bolts suitable for both door and window sashes, as covered in EN 1935 and EN 12051 respectively.
NOTE 1   If fire/smoke resistance is required, reference should be made to the respective standards mentioned in 5.5.
NOTE 2   If burglar resistance is required, reference should be made to EN 1627, EN 1628, EN 1629 and EN 1630.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies the requirements and test procedures for durability, strength, security and functionality of handles.
This European Standard is applicable to Tilt&Turn, Tilt-First and Turn-Only hardware for use on windows and door-height windows.
Handles may also be used on other opening types, e.g. on In-line Sliding, Tilt&Slide, Fold&Slide, horizontal and vertical-pivoting windows.
This European Standard is not applicable to the following hardware:
a)   operation devices and door handles for door latches and door locks (refer to EN 1906);
b)   handles with handle length > 170 mm (refer to Figure B.1);
c)   electromechanical hardware.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test procedures for durability, strength, security and functionality of Sliding Closing Devices (SCD) for windows and door height windows.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and functionality of Sliding Closing Devices (SCDs) for windows and door height windows.
This European Standard does not specifically cover the handles used in handle-operated SCDs or the sash fasteners used in cam-operated SCDs, requirements and test methods for which are given in EN 13126-3 and EN 13126-14, respectively.

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