This document defines terms that are commonly used in procedures for setting out, measurement and surveying in buildings and civil engineering works.

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The requirements o f this part of IEC 60364 apply to installations for construction and
demolition sites for use during the period of the construction or demolition work which are
intended to be taken out of service upon completion of the works. Examples include the
following:
• construction work of new buildings;
• repair, alteration, extension or demolition of existing buildings or parts of existing
buildings;
• engineering works;
• earthworks;
• work of similar nature.
The requirements apply to fixed or moveable installations.
The requirements do not apply to installations in administrative locations of construction
sites (e.g. offices, cloakrooms, meeting rooms, canteens, restaurants, dormitories, toilets).

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1.1   Temporarily-installed, guided powered platforms with rack and pinion drive, which have an open carrier and hold-to-run controls operated by authorized, trained operators  on the carrier.
Used for transporting authorised passengers  and materials vertically (or along the path 15° maximum of the vertical), at limited speed (max 0,2 m/s), with a minimum offset distance of 500 mm and serving fixed levels on a building or structure for construction related activities including renovation and maintenance.
This European Standard does not include
a)   hydraulic drives for transport platforms,
b)   wire rope drives for transport platforms,
c)   chain drives for transport platforms,
d)   use as a Mast Climbing Work Platform (see EN 1495),
e)   use as a Goods Hoist (see EN 12158-1),
f)   use as a Passenger/Goods Hoist (see EN 12159).
1.2   This European Standard identifies hazards as listed in Clause 4 which arise during the various phases in the life of such equipment and describes methods for the elimination or reduction of these hazards when used as intended by the manufacturer.
1.3   This European Standard does not specify the additional requirements for
a)   operation in severe conditions (e.g. extreme climates, strong magnetic fields),
b)   lightning protection,
c)   operation subject to special rules (e.g. potentially explosive atmospheres),
d)   electromagnetic compatibility (emission, immunity),
e)    handling of loads the nature of which could lead to dangerous situations (e.g. molten metal, acids/bases,
f)   radiating materials, fragile loads),
g)   the use of combustion engines,
h)   the use of remote controls,
i)   hazards occurring during manufacture,
j)   hazards occurring as a result of mobility,
k)   hazards occurring as a result of being erected over a public road,
l)   earthquakes,
m)   noise.
1.4   This European Standard is not applicable to
a)   builders hoists for materials,
b)   builders hoists for persons and materials,
c)   lifts according to EN 81-1:1998, EN 81-2:1998 and EN 81-3:2000,
d)    inclined hoists according to EN 12158-2:2000,
e)   work cages suspended from lifting appliances,
f)   work platforms carried on the forks of fork trucks,
g)   work platforms,
h)   funiculars,
i)   lifts specially designed for military purposes,
j)   mine lifts,
k)   theatre elevators,
l)   special purpose lifts.
1.5   This European Standard deals with the transport platform installation. It includes the base frame and base enclosure but excludes the design of any concrete, hard core, timber or other foundation arrangement. It includes the design of mast ties but excludes the design of anchorage bolts to the supporting structure. It includes the landing gates and their frames but excludes the design of any anchorage fixing bolts to the supporting structure.

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This European Standard specifies performance requirements and design methods for temporary roofs
and encapsulations.
It is possible to form the constructions in several ways:
— temporary roof which is supported by an existing permanent construction (Figure 1);
— temporary roof which is supported by a scaffold (Figure 2 and 3);
— temporary roof which is supported by another temporary construction (e.g. steel frame);
— temporary wall which is supported by a separate construction (Figure 4);
— encapsulation which is a complete temporary construction including roof, walls and corresponding
temporary supports (Figure 5).
This European Standard sets out general requirements. These are substantially independent of the
materials of which the construction is made. This standard is intended to be used as the basis for
enquiry and design.

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This European Standard specifies performance requirements and design methods for temporary roofs and encapsulations.
It is possible to form the constructions in several ways:
-   roof which is supported by an existing permanent construction (Figure 1);
-   roof which is supported by a scaffold (Figure 2 and 3);
-   roof which is supported by another temporary construction (e.g. steel frame);
-   wall which is supported by a separate construction (Figure 4);
-   encapsulation which is a complete temporary construction including roof, walls and corresponding temporary supports (Figure 5).
This European Standard sets out general requirements. These are substantially independent of the materials of which the construction is made. This standard is intended to be used as the basis for enquiry and design.

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This part of 61439 defines the specific requirements of ACS as follows:
– ASSEMBLIES for which the rated voltage does not exceed 1 000 V in case of a.c. or 1 500 V in case of d.c.;
– ASSEMBLIES where the nominal primary voltage and the nominal secondary voltage of
transformers incorporated in ACS are within the limits specified above;
– ASSEMBLIES intended for use on construction sites, both indoors and outdoors, i.e. temporary places of work to which the public do not generally have access and where building construction, installation, repairs, alteration or demolition of property (buildings) or civil engineering (public works) or excavation or any other similar operations are carried out;
– transportable (semi-fixed) or mobile ASSEMBLIES with enclosure. The manufacture and/or assembly may be carried out other than by the original manufacturer. This standard does not apply to individual devices and self-contained components, such as motor starters, fuse switches, electronic equipment, etc. which will comply with the relevant product standards. This standard does not apply to ASSEMBLIES for use in the administrative centres of construction sites (offices, cloakrooms, ASSEMBLY rooms, canteens, restaurants, dormitories, toilets, etc.). Requirements for electrical protection provided by equipment manufactured according to this International Standard are given in IEC 60364-7-704.

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This part of IEC 61558 deals with the safety of transformers for construction sites and power supply units incorporating transformers for construction sites. Transformers incorporating electronic circuits are also covered by this standard. Unless otherwise specified, from here onward, the term transformer covers transformers for construction sites and power supply units incorporating transformers for construction sites. This part is applicable to stationary or portable, single-phase or polyphase, air-cooled (natural or forced) independent or associated transformers, being isolating or safety isolating drytype transformers for the use on construction sites. The windings may be encapsulated or non-encapsulated. The rated supply voltage does not exceed 1 000 V a.c., and the rated supply frequency and the internal operating frequencies do not exceed 500 Hz. This standard used in combination with Part 2-16 for Switch mode power supply units (SMPS) is also applicable to power supplies with internal operating frequencies higher than 500 Hz. Where the two requirements are in conflict the most severe take precedence The rated output does not exceed: - 25 kVA for single-phase transformers; - 40 kVA for poly-phase transformers. This part is applicable to transformers without limitation of the rated output subject to an agreement between the purchaser and the manufacturer. Isolating transformers and power supply units incorporating isolating transformers for construction sites have a no-load output voltage and a rated output voltage exceeding 50 V a.c. and not exceeding 250 V a.c. Safety isolating transformers and power supply units incorporating safety isolating transformers for construction sites have a no-load output voltage and a rated output voltage not exceeding 50 V a.c. Transformers and power supply units covered by this part are used in applications where it is required by the installation rules or by the appliance specification for protection purposes. When the transformers or power supply units are incorporated into low voltage switchgear and controlgear assemblies for construction sites as specified in IEC 60439-4, the additional requirements of IEC 60439-4 will apply to the assembly.

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AFNOR/DIN - Wrong equations in 7.2.2.2 and 7.4

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This report gives more detailed guidance on the application of the requirements of IEC 60364 to these particular types of installation. To make it easier for users, definitions are repeated, and several examples of important items are listed.  It is for use as a guide for temporary installations provided only for the period of construction, during which they may be frequently modified and relocated.

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Provides guidance in the form of check-lists for the surveying and setting-out services that may be required during the development and construction of buildings and ancillary works. This first edition together with ISO 4463-1 and ISO 4463-2 replaces ISO 4463:1979, which has been technically revised.

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Deals with the stages of establishing and marking measuring stations and targets on building sites. Examples of different stations, targets and location plans are given in annex A. This first edition together with ISO 4463-1 and ISO 4463-3 replaces ISO 4463:1979, which has been technically revised.

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Deals with the different stages of the setting out work, i.e. the measuring of the primary framework (traverses, grids, etc.) on the site, the setting out of reference lines (baselines), the transfer (plumbing up) of reference lines to other floors, the setting out of position points and the levelling procedure for these different stages. Gives values for permissible deviations when measuring and setting out and recommends certain procedures and instruments to be used.

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Gives the procedures to be understood and a list of items to be agreed upon by all parties in a building project. Applies to dimensional quality control procedures and requirements, to be used for construction work. Annex A contains a list recommendations to be used when applicable.

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Gives some alternative measuring methods for the determination of shape, dimensions and dimensional deviations of buildings and building products. These methods concern primarily objects the faces of which are rectilinear in shape and which have a modulus of elasticity larger than 35 kPa, for example concrete, steel, wood, hard plastic.

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Gives guidance on the position of measuring points to be used in the measurement of buildings and building products. The positions given apply for check and compliance measurement and for collecting accuracy data. Building products consisting of glass wool and similar soft materials are not the subject of this Standard.

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Specifies an operational procedure which can be used to determine acceptance of dimensional accuracy of components, and operations in the building industry to be used when the parties involved agree to refer to this part of ISO 3443. The procedure relates to the recognition of specified requirements, the criteria of acceptance and consequences of rejection, recommendations on the agreements and methods of measurement, and the planning and execution of inspection by statistical methods. Applies to all types of forms, dimensions and positions within the building industry.

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Provides a basis for relating joint clearances and target sizes and for the prediction of fit within the context of dimensional coordination, including modular coordination. Is intended for use by component manufacturers when determining target sizes for standard components and by building designers when determining target sizes for construction on site, assessing the applicability of standard components or determining target sizes for non-standard components.

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Indicates some general principles and a method for predicting deviations in composite systems and specifying tolerances for the constituent elements in order to meet functional requirements and tolerance specifications for the assembly. Applies to tolerances and deviations in all kind of assemblies and other systems composed of elements, within the building industry.

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Gives the general principles according to which tolerances should be specified and the approval criteria of geometrical characteristics which result from any operation made in building construction. Applies to all types of form, dimensions and positions within the building industry where tolerances are specified.

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Is one of a series dealing with general rules and principles for the jointing of building components. Establishes a classification system for joints in building based on the ability of joints to accommodate dimensional deviations during construction. Examples of types of joints are given in an annex.

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Specifies a series of values from which tolerances shall be chosen for dimensional specification of building components and constructions. The basis for the determination of the tolerances to be specified is dealt with in other standards, especially ISO 3443 parts 1 to 4 and ISO 4464.

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Indicates the principles to be applied for carrying out dimensional compliance control measurements in building construction. Deals with compliance measurements for setting out component manufacture and assembly, and the building as a whole. Applies to all types of building construction.

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Describes the fundamental characteristics of dimensional variability in building and of the particular case of combination of random unrelated variables. Sets out the need to relate dimensional variability to the limits imposed on joint widths by the need for satisfactory functioning. Applies to all forms of building construction that have predictable variability which follows a Gaussian distribution.

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Describes the nature of dimensional variability in building and the purposes for which it has to be quantified, and defines the factors to be taken into account in the evaluation, specification and verification of tolerances for the manufacture of building components and for site work. Applies to components and buildings generally, including those designed in accordance with the principles of modular co-ordination.

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This document provides a process for the evaluation of the potential for sustainable refurbishment of an existing building, as a mean of contributing to the circular economy. This document gives guidelines to assess performance of existing buildings in order to determine what to do in a set of alternatives: Refurbish for similar or new use, use as is or tear down. Sustainable refurbishment aims to close the gap between current performance and current requirements. It can be used for a building or part(s) of a building, as well as a portfolio of buildings.
This document gives a method for assessing performance of existing buildings:
   Technical (including energy) characteristics
   Usability for users
   Adaptability for changes
   Indoor environment (health aspects)
   Economic feasibility
   Embodied environmental impacts
The document describes the work to be done in main applicable categories of a 5 steps process:
   Step 1: Evaluating the building
   Step 2: Sustainable deconstruction
   Step 3: Sustainable construction process
   Step 4: Sustainable commissioning
   Step 5: Sustainable in use
Note: In this standard the users are people and organisations working in the building, including the facility management. In some building’s visitors are also important users.  
This approach is generic for all types of buildings. At present this document does not cover civil engineering work and it does not give benchmarks for the evaluation.
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This document provides a process for the evaluation of the potential for sustainable refurbishment of an existing building, as a mean of contributing to the circular economy. This document gives guidelines to assess performance of existing buildings in order to determine what to do in a set of alternatives: Refurbish for similar or new use, use as is or tear down. Sustainable refurbishment aims to close the gap between current performance and current requirements. It can be used for a building or part(s) of a building, as well as a portfolio of buildings.
This document gives a method for assessing performance of existing buildings:
   Technical (including energy) characteristics
   Usability for users
   Adaptability for changes
   Indoor environment (health aspects)
   Economic feasibility
   Embodied environmental impacts
The document describes the work to be done in main applicable categories of a 5 steps process:
   Step 1: Evaluating the building
   Step 2: Sustainable deconstruction
   Step 3: Sustainable construction process
   Step 4: Sustainable commissioning
   Step 5: Sustainable in use
Note: In this standard the users are people and organisations working in the building, including the facility management. In some building’s visitors are also important users.  
This approach is generic for all types of buildings. At present this document does not cover civil engineering work and it does not give benchmarks for the evaluation.
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The following requirements are added: The special requirements of this part apply to temporary installations for construction and demolition sites during the period of the construction or demolition work, including for example the following: - construction work of new buildings; - repair, alteration, extension, demolition of existing buildings or parts of existing buildings; - engineering works; - earthworks; - work of similar nature. The requirements apply to fixed or moveable installations. The rules do not apply to - installations covered by the IEC 60621 series 1), where equipment of a similar nature to that used in surface mining applications is involved; - installations in administrative locations of construction sites (offices, cloakrooms, meeting rooms, canteens, restaurants, dormitories, toilets, etc.) where the general rules of Parts 1 to 6 of IEC 60364 apply.

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The following requirements are added: The special requirements of this part apply to temporary installations for construction and demolition sites during the period of the construction or demolition work, including for example the following: - construction work of new buildings; - repair, alteration, extension, demolition of existing buildings or parts of existing buildings; - engineering works; - earthworks; - work of similar nature. The requirements apply to fixed or moveable installations. The rules do not apply to - installations covered by the IEC 60621 series 1), where equipment of a similar nature to that used in surface mining applications is involved; - installations in administrative locations of construction sites (offices, cloakrooms, meeting rooms, canteens, restaurants, dormitories, toilets, etc.) where the general rules of Parts 1 to 6 of IEC 60364 apply.

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Applies to type-tested ASSEMBLIES (TTA) intended for use on construction sites, i.e. temporary places of work to which the public do not generally have access and where building construction, installation, repairs, alteration or demolition of property (buildings) or civil engineering (public works) or excavation or any other similar operations are carried out. These ASSEMBLIES may be transportable (semi-fixed) or mobile. This standard does not apply to ASSEMBLIES for use in the administrative centres of construction sites (offices, cloakrooms, ASSEMBLY rooms, canteens, restaurants, dormitories, toilets, etc.). The nominal primary voltage and the nominal secondary voltage of transformers incorporated in ACS shall be within the limits specified in EN 60439-1. Requirements for electrical protection provided by equipment manufactured according to this International Standard shall comply with the requirements given in EN 60364-7-704. NOTE: This standard may be used as a guide to partially type-tested ASSEMBLIES (PTTA) constructed according to agreement between manufacturer and user taking into account the nature of supply and/or distribution network and relevant installation requirements. The following major changes with respect to edition 1 (including amendments 1 and 2) have been incorporated: - introduction of the definition for rated current of ACS; - replacement of classification based on the rated current of ACS by classification based on the function as assigned by the manufacturer; - amended requirements for the protection of socket-outlets with reference to the more comprehensive requirements of EN 60364-7-704; - introduction of common requirements for all types of ACS.

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This Standard applies to machines and assemblies for the manufacture of blocks, kerbs, paving stones and similar concrete products.

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TC - New Figure C.2

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Applies to temporary installations provided for: -work of new building construction; -work of repair, alteration, extension, or demolition of existing buildings; -public engineering work; -earthwork, and -similar work.

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EN following parallel vote * Superseded by EN 60439-4:2004

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EN following parallel vote * Superseded by EN 60439-4:2004

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Superseded by EN 60439-4:2004

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Specifies test procedures to be adopted when determining the accuracy in use of the difference between non-glass reflectors and traditional electronic distance-measuring (EDM) prisms of glass used in buildung construction for distances up to 150 m. Applies only to those types of electronic distance-measuring instruments measuring to a prism or reflector.

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The test procedures specified apply to those types of electronic distance-measuring instruments used for surveying, control and compliance measurements and also when collecting accuracy data. Annex A gives examples of the determination of systematic errors. Annex B gives the unit lengths of various instruments.

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Specifies test procedures used to evaluate the precision during setting out with theodolite and steel tape and with a theodolite. Does not apply to land surveying purposes.

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Specifies test procedures used to evaluate the precision of optical plummets for measurement purposes. Does not apply to land surveying purposes.

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Specifies test procedures used to evaluate the precision in use of laser instruments and ancillary equipment for measurements of distances from a plane, a line or a specific gradient defined by a laser beam. Does not apply to land surveying purposes.

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Specifies test procedures used to evaluate the precision in use of theodolites for measurement of horizontal and vertical angles in the gon and degree system. Does not apply to land surveying purposes.

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Contains the formulae used in the specification of test procedures to be adopted for the determination and assessment of the accuracy in use of measuring instruments. Applies also to the procedures used in building construction when determining and assessing the accuracy of surveying, check and compliance measurements, setting out, checking processes or when obtaining accuracy data.

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Specifies test procedures to be adopted when determining and assessing the accuracy in use of optical levelling instruments for measuring purposes. The procedures given apply when the optical levelling instruments are used in building construction for surveying, check and compliance measurements and for obtaining accuracy data.

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Specifies test procedures to be adopted when determining and assessing the accuracy in use of tapes for measuring length. The procedures given apply when these measuring tapes are used in building construction for surveying, check and compliance measurements and for obtaining accuracy data.

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