This document describes a test method for measuring a quantity representative of the intrinsic characteristics of airborne sound insulation for traffic noise reducing devices: the sound insulation index.
The test method is intended for the following applications:
-   determination of the intrinsic characteristics of airborne sound insulation of noise reducing devices to be installed along roads, to be measured either in situ or in laboratory conditions;
-   determination of the in situ intrinsic characteristics of airborne sound insulation of noise reducing devices in actual use;
-   comparison of design specifications with actual performance data after the completion of the construction work;
-   verification of the long term performance of noise reducing devices (with a repeated application of the method);
-   interactive design process of new products, including the formulation of installation manuals.
The test method is not intended for the determination of the intrinsic characteristics of airborne sound insulation of noise reducing devices to be installed in reverberant conditions, e.g. inside tunnels or deep trenches or under covers.
Results are expressed as a function of frequency in one-third octave bands, where possible, between 100 Hz and 5 kHz. If it is not possible to get valid measurement results over the whole frequency range indicated, the results will be given in a restricted frequency range and the reasons for the restriction(s) will be clearly reported.

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This document defines the accuracy, credibility and confidence in the results of virtual crash test to roadside safety devices through the definition of procedures for verification, validation and development of numerical models for roadside safety application. Finally it defines a list of indications to ensure the competences of an expert/organization in the domain of virtual testing.

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This European Standard specifies minimum requirements and other criteria for assessing the general safety and environmental performance of road traffic noise reducing devices under typical roadside conditions. Requirements for more onerous conditions are a matter for consideration by the designer. Appropriate test methods are provided where these are necessary, but for some aspects a declaration of material characteristics may be required for the information of designers. The treatment of each topic is covered separately in Annexes A to F.

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This document specifies requirements for new traffic cones and new traffic cylinders with retroreflective properties.
This document specifies minimum essential visual and physical performance characteristics; test methods for determination of product performance and the means by which this performance may be communicated to the user and the public including safety enforcement agencies.
The document provides a series of categories or classes by which a traffic cone or traffic cylinder may be specified for use in different applications in accordance with best practice.
In the case of physical properties, performance levels and indicative tests are provided for cold weather, stability, and impact resistance when dropped. Requirements for visual recognition properties, colour, retro-reflectivity and luminance are provided.
Provision for identification and marking to declared levels of performance is provided.
There are other product shapes which perform similar functions. This document does not cover devices made in other shapes, or which do not meet the design requirements of this document.

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This document specifies requirements for new traffic cones and new traffic cylinders with retroreflective properties.
This document specifies minimum essential visual and physical performance characteristics; test methods for determination of product performance and the means by which this performance may be communicated to the user and the public including safety enforcement agencies.
The document provides a series of categories or classes by which a traffic cone or traffic cylinder may be specified for use in different applications in accordance with best practice.
In the case of physical properties, performance levels and indicative tests are provided for cold weather, stability, and impact resistance when dropped. Requirements for visual recognition properties, colour, retroreflectivity and luminance are provided.
Provision for identification and marking to declared levels of performance is provided.
There are other product shapes which perform similar functions. This document does not cover devices made in other shapes, or which do not meet the design requirements of this document.

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This document specifies performance test procedures to determine the passive safety properties of support structures such as lighting columns, sign posts, structural elements, foundations, detachable products and any other components used to support a particular item of equipment on the roadside.
This document provides a common basis for the vehicle impact testing of items of road equipment support structures.
This document does not apply to road restraint systems.

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This document specifies performance test procedures to determine the passive safety properties of support structures such as lighting columns, sign posts, signal supports, structural elements, foundations, detachable products and any other components used to support a particular item of equipment on the roadside.
This document provides a common basis for the vehicle impact testing of items of road equipment support structures.
This document does not apply to road restraint systems.

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This document specifies requirements for the impact performance of systems designed for the reduction of impact severity for PTW riders impacting safety barriers whilst sliding along the ground, having fallen from their PTW vehicle. The protection systems concerned are those fitted to barriers or barriers that have an inherent PTW rider protection or risk reduction capability. This document excludes the assessment of the vehicle restraint capabilities of barriers and the risk that they represent to the occupants of impacting cars. The assessment of barrier performance with respect to impacting vehicles is covered by EN 1317-1 and EN 1317-2.
This document defines performance classes taking into account rider speed classes, impact severity and the working width of the system with respect to rider impacts.
For systems designed to be added to a standard barrier, the test results are valid only when the system is fitted to the model of barrier used in the tests since the performance will not necessarily be the same if the system is fitted to a different barrier.

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This document specifies requirements for the impact performance of systems designed for the reduction of impact severity for PTW riders impacting safety barriers whilst sliding along the ground, having fallen from their PTW vehicle. The protection systems concerned are those fitted to barriers or barriers that have an inherent PTW rider protection or risk reduction capability. This document excludes the assessment of the vehicle restraint capabilities of barriers and the risk that they represent to the occupants of impacting cars. The assessment of barrier performance with respect to impacting vehicles is covered by EN 1317-1 and EN 1317-2.
This document defines performance classes taking into account rider speed classes, impact severity and the working width of the system with respect to rider impacts.
For systems designed to be added to a standard barrier, the test results are valid only when the system is fitted to the model of barrier used in the tests since the performance will not necessarily be the same if the system is fitted to a different barrier.

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This document specifies requirements for Road Traffic Signal Systems, including their development, design,
testing, installation and maintenance.
In particular, it forms the electrotechnical part of the following two standards issued by CEN:
— EN 12368, Traffic control equipment ― Signal heads;
— EN 12675, Traffic signal controllers ― Functional safety requirements.
Each of these standards above will be used with this standard either singly or together to define an
operational equipment or system. This will be achieved by using the electrotechnical methods and testing
defined in this standard.
Where Road Traffic Signal Systems are to be used with other systems, e.g. public lighting or railway
signalling and communication, this document will be used with any other respective standard(s) for the other
associated systems to ensure that overall safety is not compromised.
This document is applicable to traffic signal control equipment permanently and temporarily installed, and
portable traffic control equipment, with the exception of portable traffic signal equipment only capable of
controlling alternate / shuttle working lanes (as further defined in 3.2.10).

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This European Standard specifies criteria to categorize road traffic noise reducing devices according to basic mechanical performance under standard conditions of exposure, irrespective of the materials used. A range of conditions and optional requirements is provided in order to take into account the wide diversity of practice in Europe. Individual aspects of performance are covered separately in the annexes. Safety considerations in the event of damage to noise reducing devices are covered in EN 1794-2.
This European Standard covers the current behaviour of the product. In order to assess its long term performances, EN 14389-2 should be used.
NOTE   The test procedure described in Annex A doesn't consider the fatigue effect.

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This European Standard provides specifications for two types of variable message signs (VMS); i.e. continuous (see 3.4) and discontinuous (see 3.7).
This European Standard covers mobile, temporary and permanently installed VMS used in circulation areas, on public and private land, including tunnels for the information, guidance, warning and/or direction of traffic. Test modules are used to demonstrate compliance with the requirements.
This European Standard specifies visual and physical characteristics of VMS as well as their durability aspects. It also provides relevant requirements and corresponding test methods, assessment and verification of constancy of performance (AVCP) and marking.
NOTE Provisions for the evaluation of conformity with regards to type testing are further specified in 6.2; provisions with regards to factory production control (FPC) are further specified in 6.3.
This European Standard does not cover
a) sign gantries, cantilevers, posts (supports) and foundations,
b) signal heads,
c) sizes and shapes of VMS messages,
d) control units and monitoring units unless inside the VMS,
e) control of sign luminance.

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This European Standard specifies criteria to categorize road traffic noise reducing devices according to basic mechanical performance under standard conditions of exposure, irrespective of the materials used. A range of conditions and optional requirements is provided in order to take into account the wide diversity of practice in Europe. Individual aspects of performance are covered separately in the annexes. Safety considerations in the event of damage to noise reducing devices are covered in EN 1794-2.
This European Standard covers the current behaviour of the product. In order to assess its long term performances, EN 14389-2 should be used.
NOTE   The test procedure described in Annex A doesn't consider the fatigue effect.

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This European Standard provides specifications for two types of variable message signs (VMS); i.e. continuous (see 3.4) and discontinuous (see 3.7).
This European Standard covers mobile, temporary and permanently installed VMS used in circulation areas, on public and private land, including tunnels for the information, guidance, warning and/or direction of traffic. Test modules are used to demonstrate compliance with the requirements.
This European Standard specifies visual and physical characteristics of VMS as well as their durability aspects. It also provides relevant requirements and corresponding test methods, assessment and verification of constancy of performance (AVCP) and marking.
NOTE Provisions for the evaluation of conformity with regards to type testing are further specified in 6.2; provisions with regards to factory production control (FPC) are further specified in 6.3.
This European Standard does not cover
a) sign gantries, cantilevers, posts (supports) and foundations,
b) signal heads,
c) sizes and shapes of VMS messages,
d) control units and monitoring units unless inside the VMS,
e) control of sign luminance.

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This document specifies requirements for Road Traffic Signal Systems, including their development, design, testing, installation and maintenance. In particular, it forms the electrotechnical part of the following two standards issued by CEN: - EN 12368, Traffic control equipment - Signal heads; - EN 12675, Traffic signal controllers - Functional safety requirements. Each of these standards above will be used with this standard either singly or together to define an operational equipment or system. This will be achieved by using the electrotechnical methods and testing defined in this standard. Where Road Traffic Signal Systems are to be used with other systems, e.g. public lighting or railway signalling and communication, this document will be used with any other respective standard(s) for the other associated systems to ensure that overall safety is not compromised. This document is applicable to traffic signal control equipment permanently and temporarily installed, and portable traffic control equipment, with the exception of portable traffic signal equipment only capable of controlling alternate / shuttle working lanes (as further defined in 3.2.10).

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This European Standard specifies the laboratory method for measuring the airborne sound insulation performance of road traffic noise reducing devices in reverberant conditions. It covers the assessment of the intrinsic performance of barriers that can reasonably be assembled inside the testing facility described in EN ISO 10140-2 and EN ISO 10140-4.
This method is not intended for the determination of the intrinsic characteristics of airborne sound insulation of noise reducing devices to be installed on roads in non-reverberant conditions.

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This document specifies the laboratory method for measuring the airborne sound insulation performance of road traffic noise reducing devices in reverberant conditions. It covers the assessment of the intrinsic performance of barriers that can reasonably be assembled inside the testing facility described in EN ISO 10140-2 and EN ISO 10140-4.
This method is not intended for the determination of the intrinsic characteristics of airborne sound insulation of noise reducing devices to be installed on roads in non-reverberant conditions.

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This European Standard specifies the performance for road users of white and yellow road markings, as expressed by their reflection in daylight or under road lighting, retroreflection in vehicle headlamp illumination, colour and skid resistance. Furthermore the standard describes test methods and conditions.

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This European Standard specifies the performance for road users of white and yellow road markings, as expressed by their reflection in daylight or under road lighting, retroreflection in vehicle headlamp illumination, colour and skid resistance. Furthermore, the standard specifies test methods and conditions.

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This European Standard specifies the functional safety requirements for traffic signal controllers. It is applicable to traffic signal control equipment permanent¬ly and temporarily installed, but excludes portable traffic control equip¬ment. Traffic signal controllers, as defined by this European Standard, are required to control conflicting traffic, both vehicular and pedestrian,  e.g. junction signals, pedestrian crossings, shuttle signals, public transport signals, in a safe manner.  
The electrical safety requirements and additional traffic safety requirements, the interfacing with external equip¬ment and the test methods for verifying compliance with this European Standard are contained in HD 638.
NOTE  National requirements may specify special conditions for public transport signals (PT) and for any other signal that is not specified in a European Standard.

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This European Standard specifies the functional safety requirements for traffic signal controllers. It is applicable to traffic signal control equipment permanent¬ly and temporarily installed, but excludes portable traffic control equip¬ment. Traffic signal controllers, as defined by this European Standard, are required to control conflicting traffic, both vehicular and pedestrian,  e.g. junction signals, pedestrian crossings, shuttle signals, public transport signals, in a safe manner.  
The electrical safety requirements and additional traffic safety requirements, the interfacing with external equip¬ment and the test methods for verifying compliance with this European Standard are contained in HD 638.
NOTE  National requirements may specify special conditions for public transport signals (PT) and for any other signal that is not specified in a European Standard.

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This European Standard specifies the laboratory method for measuring the sound absorption performance of road traffic noise reducing devices in reverberant conditions. It covers the assessment of the intrinsic sound absorption performance of devices that can reasonably be assembled inside the testing facility described in EN ISO 354.
This method is not intended for the determination of the intrinsic characteristics of sound absorption of noise reducing devices to be installed on roads in non-reverberant conditions.
The test method in EN ISO 354 referred to in this European Standard excludes devices that act as weakly damped resonators. Some devices will depart significantly from these requirements and in these cases care is needed in interpreting the results.

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This European Standard specifies the laboratory method for measuring the sound absorption performance of road traffic noise reducing devices in reverberant conditions. It covers the assessment of the intrinsic sound absorption performance of devices that can reasonably be assembled inside the testing facility described in EN ISO 354.
This method is not intended for the determination of the intrinsic characteristics of sound absorption of noise reducing devices to be installed on roads in non-reverberant conditions.
The test method in EN ISO 354 referred to in this European Standard excludes devices that act as weakly damped resonators. Some devices will depart significantly from these requirements and in these cases, care is needed in interpreting the results.

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This European Standard is to give authorities, designers and specifiers information with respect to reaction to fire, smoke density and toxic fumes of materials used in noise reducing devices.
The combination of brushwood fire test, smoke density test and test for toxic fumes give in general enough safety information. This European Standard allows also for more stringent requirements for those situations when a higher level of safety is needed.  
For noise reducing devices, this European Standard gives a method how to handle substantial components of non-homogeneous products (as defined in EN 13501-1 and ISO 5659-2) and how to handle non-homogeneous products and in which cases the influence of non-substantial components on the total result of the classification may be neglected.  
The following effects are of interest: ignitability, burning droplets, smoke growth rate, smoke density, toxic fumes.

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This Technical Report specifies geometrical and technical requirements for the design and manufacture for pedestrian parapets on road bridges, on footbridges, on top of retaining walls and on similar elevated structures.
This Technical Report also specifies test methods and provision for the labelling and marking of these products.
This Technical Report does not cover:
-   vehicle restraint systems;
-   pedestrian restraint systems in residential, commercial or industrial buildings and within their perimeter;
-   non-rigid rails i.e. rope, cables.
This Technical Report may be used for pedestrian parapets on structures which cross over railways, rivers and canals.

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This European Standard is to give authorities, designers and specifiers information with respect to reaction to fire, smoke density and toxic fumes of materials used in noise reducing devices.
The combination of brushwood fire test, smoke density test and test for toxic fumes give in general enough safety information. This European Standard gives also information if more stringent requirements are requested for situations with a higher level of safety.
For noise reducing devices, this European Standard gives a method how to handle substantial components of non-homogeneous products (as defined in EN 13501-1 and ISO/DIS 5659-2:2016) and how to handle non-homogeneous products and in which cases the influence of non-substantial components on the total result of the classification may be neglected.
The following effects will be taken into account: ignitability, burning droplets, smoke growth rate, smoke density, toxic fumes.
The European Commission Decision 96/603/EC establish the list of products belonging to Classes A ‘No contribution to fire ’. The materials, and products made from them, that are listed in the Annex to this Decision, will, on account of their low level of combustibility and subject to the conditions also set out in the Annex, be classified in Classes A1 and Class A1FL as provided for in Tables 1 and 2 of the Annex to Decision 2000/147/EC. For the purpose of this classification, no reaction-to-fire testing of those materials and products made from them is required. The products considered having no contribution to fire are excluded from this standard.

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This Technical Report specifies geometrical and technical requirements for the design and manufacture for pedestrian parapets on road bridges, on footbridges, on top of retaining walls and on similar elevated structures.
This Technical Report also specifies test methods and provision for the labelling and marking of these products.
This Technical Report does not cover:
—   vehicle restraint systems;
—   pedestrian restraint systems in residential, commercial or industrial buildings and within their perimeter;
—   non-rigid rails i.e. rope, cables.
This Technical Report may be used for pedestrian parapets on structures which cross over railways, rivers and canals.

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The present document describes a test method for measuring a quantity representative of the intrinsic characteristics of sound reflection from road noise reducing devices: the reflection index.
The test method is intended for the following applications:
- determination of the intrinsic characteristics of sound reflection of noise reducing devices to be installed along roads, to be measured either on typical installations alongside roads or on a relevant sample section;
- determination of the in situ intrinsic characteristics of sound reflection of noise reducing devices in actual use;
- comparison of design specifications with actual performance data after the completion of the construction work;
- verification of the long-term performance of noise reducing devices (with a repeated application of the method).
The test method is not intended for the following applications:
- determination of the intrinsic characteristics of sound reflection of noise reducing devices to be installed in reverberant conditions, e.g. inside tunnels or deep trenches.
Results are expressed as a function of frequency, in one-third octave bands between 100 Hz and 5 kHz. If it is not possible to get valid measurements results over the whole frequency range indicated, the results shall be given in a restricted frequency range and the reasons of the restriction(s) shall be clearly reported.

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This European Standard describes a test method for measuring a quantity representative of the intrinsic characteristics of sound reflection from road noise reducing devices: the reflection index.
The test method is intended for the following applications:
- determination of the intrinsic characteristics of sound reflection of noise reducing devices to be installed along roads, to be measured either on typical installations alongside roads or on a relevant sample section;
- determination of the in situ intrinsic characteristics of sound reflection of noise reducing devices in actual use;
- comparison of design specifications with actual performance data after the completion of the construction work;
- verification of the long-term performance of noise reducing devices (with a repeated application of the method).
The test method is not intended for the following applications:
- determination of the intrinsic characteristics of sound reflection of noise reducing devices to be installed in reverberant conditions, e.g. inside tunnels or deep trenches.
Results are expressed as a function of frequency, in one-third octave bands between 100 Hz and 5 kHz. If it is not possible to get valid measurements results over the whole frequency range indicated, the results shall be given in a restricted frequency range and the reasons of the restriction(s) shall be clearly reported.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the following road traffic noise reducing devices (as defined in 3.1):
-   noise barriers (as defined in 3.2);
-   claddings (as defined in 3.5);
-   road covers (as defined in 3.6); and
-   added devices (as defined in 3.7).
These devices may include both acoustic and structural elements, where:
-   an acoustic element is an element whose primary function is to provide a noise reducing device with sound insulation, diffraction and/or sound absorption, it is a part of noise reducing device to be used along roads, and
-   a structural element is an element whose primary function is to support or hold in place acoustic elements, it is a part of noise reducing device to be used along roads. Depending upon the design of the noise reducing device, structural elements may potentially be tested separately from acoustic elements.
They may be made of different materials for which specific standards are to be applied in accordance with the specifications prescribed hereafter. Some of the materials may contain dangerous substances, the reason why all the materials are declared.
This European Standard identifies the relevant characteristics of road traffic noise reducing devices, the corresponding methods of evaluation and specifies the provisions on evaluation of conformity and marking.
This European Standard covers acoustic, non-acoustic and long term performance, but not aspects such as resistance to vandalism or requirements of visual appearance.
This European Standard does not cover road surfaces or the airborne sound insulation of houses.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the following road traffic noise reducing devices (as defined in 3.1):
-   noise barriers (as defined in 3.2);
-   claddings (as defined in 3.5);
-   road covers (as defined in 3.6); and
-   added devices (as defined in 3.7).
These devices may include both acoustic and structural elements, where:
-   an acoustic element is an element whose primary function is to provide a noise reducing device with sound insulation, diffraction and/or sound absorption, it is a part of noise reducing device to be used along roads, and
-   a structural element is an element whose primary function is to support or hold in place acoustic elements, it is a part of noise reducing device to be used along roads. Depending upon the design of the noise reducing device, structural elements may potentially be tested separately from acoustic elements.
They may be made of different materials for which specific standards are to be applied in accordance with the specifications prescribed hereafter. Some of the materials may contain dangerous substances, the reason why all the materials are declared.
This European Standard identifies the relevant characteristics of road traffic noise reducing devices, the corresponding methods of evaluation and specifies the provisions on evaluation of conformity and marking.
This European Standard covers acoustic, non-acoustic and long term performance, but not aspects such as resistance to vandalism or requirements of visual appearance.
This European Standard does not cover road surfaces or the airborne sound insulation of houses.

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This European Standard applies to signal heads with one or more signal lights of the colours red, yellow and/or green signal lights for road traffic with 200 mm and 300 mm roundels and to optical units to be integrated in signal heads to produce the individual signal lights. It defines the product characteristics for the visual, structural, environmental performances and testing of signal heads and optical units for pedestrian and road traffic use.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for assessing the working life and provides the relevant
exposure conditions.
Standards of construction and any material tests conducted should provide evidence of resistance to specified
conditions selected from the following:
I. Chemical Agents Location dependent
II. De-icing salt Location/climate dependent
III. Dirty water/dust Location/climate dependent
IV. Dew Climate dependent
V. Freeze/thaw Climate dependent
VI. Cold Climate dependent
VII. Heat Climate dependent
VIII. UV Radiation Climate dependent
IX. Traffic Vibration Location dependent
X. Biological Process Climate dependent
XI. Ozone Location dependent
XII. Water Climate dependent
XIII. Water spray (Wet/dry) Location dependent
NOTE Special care is taken for combinations of different materials, whether inside a single device or in combination
with other devices (for example: a combination of different acoustic elements or another combination of acoustic and
structural elements)

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This European Standard specifies requirements for assessing the working life and provides the relevant exposure
conditions.
Standards of construction and any material tests conducted should provide evidence of resistance to specified
conditions selected from the following:
I. Chemical Agents Location dependent
II. De-icing salt Location/climate dependent
III. Dirty water/dust Location/climate dependent
IV. Dew Climate dependent
V. Freeze/thaw Climate dependent
VI. Cold Climate dependent
VII. Heat Climate dependent
VIII. UV Radiation Climate dependent
IX. Traffic Vibration Location dependent
X. Biological Process Climate dependent
XI. Ozone Location dependent
XII. Water Climate dependent
XIII. Water spray (Wet/dry) Location dependent
NOTE Special care is taken for combinations of different materials, whether inside a single device or in combination with other
devices (for example: a combination of different acoustic elements or another combination of acoustic and structural elements).

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This European Standard (EN 124-1) applies for manhole tops and gully tops with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic . It applies for testing requirements, test methods, evaluation of conformity and marking of gully tops and manhole tops to support: EN 124-2 for Gully tops and manhole tops made from cast iron, EN 124-3 for Gully tops and manhole tops made from steel, aluminium alloy, EN 124-4 for Gully tops and manhole tops made from steel reinforced concrete, EN 124-5 for Gully tops and manhole tops made from composite materials, EN 124-6 for Gully tops and manhole tops made from Polypropylene (PP) or Polyvinyl-chloride (PVC-U) each of which has this part 1 as an integral part. This part 1 is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124-2 to EN 124-6. This European Standard does not apply for the gratings as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433 and not for floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253-1 and to surface boxes.

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This standard applies to gully tops and manhole tops with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic. This standard applies for manhole tops and gully tops and gratings - classes A15 to C250 made of composite Type A and - classes A15 and B125 made of composites Type B. NOTE 1 For applications at constant temperatures exceeding 120 °C additional requirements can be necessary. Manhole tops and gully tops according to this standard are fabricated from composite materials using suitably controlled automatic processes that are moulded as a single structure and that do not contain multiple pieces bonded together. Products manufactured by means of hand lay-up methods are outside the scope of the standard. This part 5 is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124-1. This standard does not apply for fillings installed on site, eg. concrete, paving blocks etc. It does not apply for the gratings as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433 and not for floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253-1 and not for surface boxes.

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This standard applies together with the common design, performance and testing requirements according to EN 124-1 to gully tops and manhole tops with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic. Together with EN 124-1 this standard applies for manhole tops and gully tops and gratings made of steel reinforced concrete. This part 4 is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124-1. It does not apply to concrete fillings of covers, gratings and frames. This standard does not apply for the gratings as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433 and not for floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253-1 and not for surface boxes.

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This standard applies to gully tops and manhole tops with a clear opening up to and including 500 mm for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic. It applies for manhole tops and gully tops and gratings for class A15 and class B125 made of polypropylene (PP), Polyvinyl- chloride (PVC-U) or Polyethylene (PE) ? by a moulding or extrusion process.  This standard does not apply for manhole tops and gully tops for use in applications, where specific static electricity might occur. This part 6 is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124-1. It does not apply for gratings as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433 and not for floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253-1 and not for surface boxes.

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This standard applies to gully tops and manhole tops with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic. It applies for manhole tops and gully tops and gratings of classes A15 to F900 made of mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminium alloys whether in combination with concrete or not. For manhole tops and gully tops and gratings fabricated from of aluminium tread plates the application is restricted to classes A15 to C250. This part 3 is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124-1. This standard does not apply for fillings installed on site, e.g. concrete, paving blocks etc. It does not apply for the gratings as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433 and not for floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253-1 and not to surface boxes.

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This European Standard (EN 124-2) applies to gully tops and manhole tops with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic. This standard applies for manhole tops and gully tops and gratings of classes A15 to F900 made of flake graphite cast iron and spheroidal graphite cast iron whether in combination with concrete or not. This part 2 is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124-1. This standard does not apply for fillings installed on site, eg. concrete, paving blocks etc. It does not apply for the gratings as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433 and does not apply for floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253-1 and not to surface boxes.

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This European Standard applies to signal heads with one or more signal lights of the colours red, yellow and/or green signal lights for road traffic with 200 mm and 300 mm roundels and to optical units to be integrated in signal heads to produce the individual signal lights. It defines the product characteristics for the visual, structural, environmental performances and testing of signal heads and optical units for pedestrian and road traffic use.

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This European Standard is applicable to gully tops and manhole tops made of flake graphite cast iron and/or spheroidal graphite cast iron whether in combination with concrete or not, with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic.
It is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops for use in:
-   areas which can only be used by pedestrians and pedal cyclists (at least class A 15),
-   pedestrian areas and comparable areas, car parks or car parking decks (at least class B 125),
-   the area of kerbside channels of roads which, when measured from the kerb edge, extends a maximum of 0,5 m into the carriageway and a maximum of 0,2 m into the pedestrian area (at least class C 250),
-   carriageways of roads (including pedestrian streets), hard shoulders and parking areas, for all types of road vehicles (at least class D 400),
-   areas imposing high wheel loads, e.g. docks, aircraft pavements (at least class E 600),
-   areas imposing particularly high wheel loads, e.g. aircraft pavements (class F 900).
This European Standard is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124 1 and gives guidance for combinations of covers/grating made from cast iron with frames according to EN 124 3, EN 124 4, EN 124 5 and EN 124 6.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   fillings installed on site, e.g. concrete, paving blocks, etc.,
-   concave gratings for classes D 400 installed in carriageways of roads and hard shoulders and concave gratings for classes F 900 and E 600,
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433,
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 (all parts), and
-   surface boxes.

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This European Standard is applicable to gully tops and manhole tops made of mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium alloys whether in combination with concrete or not, with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers for installation in areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic.
It is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops for use in:
-   areas which can only be used by pedestrians and pedal cyclists (at least class A 15),
-   pedestrian areas and comparable areas, car parks or car parking decks (at least class B 125),
-   the area of kerbside channels of roads which, when measured from the kerb edge, extends a maximum of 0,5 m into the carriageway and a maximum of 0,2 m into the pedestrian area (at least class C 250),
-   carriageways of roads (including pedestrian streets), hard shoulders and parking areas, for all types of road vehicles (at least class D 400),
-   areas imposing high wheel loads, e.g. docks, aircraft pavements (at least class E 600),
-   areas imposing particularly high wheel loads, e.g. aircraft pavements (class F 900).
This European Standard is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124 1 and gives guidance for combinations of covers/gratings made from steel or aluminium alloys with frames according to EN 124 2 and EN 124 4, EN 124 5 and EN 124 6.
Fabrication of manhole tops and gully tops in accordance with this standard is limited to cold forming, mechanical crimping or welding together component parts made from metal plate, strip or bar or rolled or extruded metal sections.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   manhole tops and gully tops made of aluminium tread plates for use in carriageways of roads (class D 400) and areas imposing high wheel loads (Classes E 600 and F 900),
-   concave gratings for classes D 400 installed in carriageways of roads and hard shoulders and concave gratings for classes F 900 and E 600.
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433,
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 (all parts), and
-   surface boxes.

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This European Standard applies to manhole tops and gully tops made of Polypropylene (PP), Polyethylene (PE) or unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U) by a moulding or extrusion process, with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic.
It is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops for use in
-   areas which can only be used by pedestrians and pedal cyclists (class A 15), and
-   pedestrian areas and comparable areas, car parks or car parking decks (class B 125).
This European Standard gives guidance for combinations of covers/grating made of PP, PE or PVC–U with frames according to EN 124 2, EN 124 3, EN 124 4 and EN 124 5.
This European Standard is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124 1.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   rodding point covers according to EN 13598 1;
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433;
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 (all parts);
-   surface boxes.

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This European Standard is applicable to precast gully tops and manhole tops made of steel reinforced concrete with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic.
It is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops for use in
-   areas which can only be used by pedestrians and pedal cyclists (at least class A 15),
-   pedestrian areas and comparable areas, car parks or car parking decks (at least class B 125),
-   the area of kerbside channels of roads which, when measured from the kerb edge, extends a maximum of 0,5 m into the carriageway and a maximum of 0,2 m into the pedestrian area (at least class C 250),
-   carriageways of roads (including pedestrian streets), hard shoulders and parking areas, for all types of road vehicles (at least class D 400),
-   areas imposing high wheel loads, e.g. docks, aircraft pavements (at least class E 600),
-   areas imposing particularly high wheel loads, e.g. aircraft pavements (Group 6, class F 900).
This European Standard is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124 1 and gives guidance for combinations of covers/gratings made of steel reinforced concrete with frames according to EN 124 2, EN 124 3, EN 124 5 and EN 124 6.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   concave gratings for class D 400 installed in carriageways of roads and hard shoulders and concave gratings for classes F 900 and E 600;
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433;
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 (all parts); and
-   surface boxes.

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This European Standard is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers installed in areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic. It specifies definitions, classification, general principles of design, performance requirements and test methods for gully tops and manhole tops according to:
-   EN 124 2, for gully tops and manhole tops made of cast iron;
-   EN 124 3, for gully tops and manhole tops made of steel or aluminium alloy;
-   EN 124 4, for gully tops and manhole tops made of steel reinforced concrete;
-   EN 124 5, for gully tops and manhole tops made of composite materials;
-   EN 124 6, for gully tops and manhole tops made of polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE) or unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U).
Part 1 is only applicable in combination with at least one of the standards EN 124 2, EN 124 3, EN 124 4, EN 124 5 and EN 124 6 each of which has this Part 1 as an integral part.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433,
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 1,
-   surface boxes.

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This European Standard is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops made of composite materials C1, C2 and C3 by using suitably controlled automatic processes that produce a single structure and that do not contain multiple pieces bonded together, with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic.
It is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops for use in:
-   areas which can only be used by pedestrians and pedal cyclists (class A 15),
-   pedestrian areas and comparable areas, car parks or car parking decks (class B 125),
-   the area of kerbside channels of roads which, when measured from the kerb edge, extends a maximum of 0,5 m into the carriageway and a maximum of 0,2 m into the pedestrian area (class C 250),
and in addition to manhole tops for use in
-   carriageways of roads (including pedestrian streets), hard shoulders and parking areas, for all types of road vehicles (class D 400).
This European Standard is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124-1 and gives guidance for combinations of covers/gratings made from composite materials with frames according to EN 124-2, EN 124-3, EN 124-4 and EN 124-6.
This document is not applicable to:
-   manhole tops and gully tops manufactured by means of hand lay-up method,
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433,
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 (all parts), and
-   surface boxes.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for assessing the working life and provides the relevant exposure conditions.
Standards of construction and any material tests conducted should provide evidence of resistance to specified conditions selected from the following:
I.   Chemical Agents               Location dependent
II.   De-icing salt                  Location/climate dependent
III.   Dirty water/dust               Location/climate dependent
IV.   Dew                     Climate dependent
V.   Freeze/thaw                  Climate dependent
VI.   Cold                     Climate dependent
VII.   Heat                     Climate dependent
VIII.   UV Radiation                  Climate dependent
IX.   Traffic Vibration               Location dependent
X.   Biological Process            Climate dependent
XI.   Ozone                     Location dependent
XII.   Water                     Climate dependent
XIII.   Water spray (Wet/dry)            Location dependent
NOTE   Special care has to be taken for combinations of different materials, whether inside a single device or in combination with other devices (for example: a combination of different acoustic elements or another combination of acoustic and structural elements).

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