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This document specifies minimum requirements for the design, testing and production testing of valves, including appropriate fittings, which are connected to mobile or static LPG pressure vessels above 150 l water capacity. Pressure relief valves and their ancillary equipment, contents gauges and automotive LPG components are outside the scope of this document.
This document does not apply to refineries or other process plants.

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This document specifies, as far as the pressure risk is concerned, the rules of design, type testing, fabrication and inspection control of portable fire extinguishers with a metallic body which comply with the requirements of EN 3-7:2004+A1:2007.
This part of EN 3 applies to portable fire extinguishers of which the maximum allowable pressure PS is lower than or equal to 30 bar and containing non-explosive, non-flammable, non-toxic and non-oxidising fluids.
This document also applies to the marking of metallic propellant gas cartridges (see Annex E).
This document does not apply to carbon dioxide fire extinguishers.

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This document defines test methods and requirements to demonstrate that plastic caps and lids of single-use beverage containers with a capacity of up to three litres remain attached to the containers during the product’s intended use stage, addressing the need to ensure the necessary strength, reliability and safety of beverage container closures, including those for carbonated drinks.
This document addresses the strength reliability and safety of the beverage closures impacted by the attachment features and not those of the overall closure system.

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This European Standard describes methods for checking that plain detonators, electric detonators, non-electric detonators, shock tubes and relays will not explode when subject to an impact under specified conditions.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for self-contained closed-circuit breathing RPDs for escape (short: oxygen escape RPD)
a) chemical oxygen type
    ― Potassium superoxide (KO2),
    ― Sodium chlorate (NaClO3) and
b) compressed oxygen type.
This document does not apply to RPD for work and rescue and to diving apparatus.
Laboratory and practical performance tests are included for the assessment of compliance with the requirements.

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The development of a European standard(s) on reporting by online gambling service operators and suppliers to the gambling regulatory authorities in the Member States for the purpose of supervision of online gambling services will specify the core data for reporting purposes, while ensuring integrity and security of the data as well as personal data protection.
The requested European standard(s) will provide a voluntary tool to the gambling regulatory authorities in the Member States without prejudice to the scope of competence of Member States in the regulation of online gambling and without imposing any obligation on them to introduce reporting requirements or to authorize or deny authorization to any operators or suppliers.

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The scope of this European Standard is to define the classification for commercial beverage coolers and to specify their requirements and test methods. This European Standard is applicable to integral refrigeration systems. This European Standard is not applicable to remote and secondary system cabinets.

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This document specifies the procedures to be adopted when checking transportable refillable LPG cylinders before, during and after filling.
This document is applicable to transportable refillable LPG cylinders of water capacity not exceeding 150 l and deemed to be fitted with valves designed according to EN ISO 14245 [4] and EN ISO 15995 [5].
This document does not apply to the requirements for filling LPG cylinders that are designed and equipped for filling by the user.
This document does not apply to the requirements for filling LPG containers on vehicles.
This document is applicable to the following:
—   welded and brazed steel LPG cylinders with a specified minimum wall thickness (see EN 1442 and EN 12807 [1] or an equivalent standard);
—   welded steel LPG cylinders without specified minimum wall thickness (see EN 14140 or an equivalent standard);
—   welded aluminium LPG cylinders (see EN 13110 [2] or an equivalent standard);
—   composite LPG cylinders (see EN 14427 or an equivalent standard); and
—   over-moulded cylinders (OMC).
Specific requirements for the different types of cylinders are detailed in Annex A, Annex B, Annex C, Annex D and Annex G.
This document is intended to be applicable to cylinders complying with RID/ADR [6] [7] (including pi marked cylinders) and also to existing non RID/ADR cylinder populations.

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The scope of this European Standard is to define the classification for commercial beverage coolers and to specify their requirements and test methods. This European Standard is applicable to integral refrigeration systems. This European Standard is not applicable to remote and secondary system cabinets.

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This document specifies methods for determination of the sensitiveness to impact for plain detonators, electric detonators, non-electric detonators, electronic detonators, surface connectors, detonating cord relays and shock tubes used with electronic and non-electric detonators.
This document applies to explosives for civil uses.

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This document specifies the minimum requirements for the design and construction of metallic pressure tanks having a maximum working pressure exceeding 50 kPa (0,5 bar), for the transport of dangerous goods by road and rail and sea. This document includes requirements for openings, closures and structural equipment; it does not cover requirements of service equipment. For tanks for the transport of cryogenic liquids, EN 13530 1 and EN 13530 2 apply.
Design and construction of pressure tanks according to the Scope of this document are primarily subject to the requirements of RID/ADR, Subsections 6.8.2.1, 6.8.3.1 and 6.8.5, as relevant. In addition, the relevant requirements of RID/ADR, Table A, columns 12 and 13, to Chapters 3.2, 4.3 and Subsection 6.8.2.4 apply. For the structural equipment RID/ADR, Subsections 6.8.2.2 and 6.8.3.2 apply, as relevant. The definitions of RID/ADR, Subsection 1.2.1, are referred to. For portable tanks see also RID/ADR, Chapter 4.2 and Sections 6.7.2 and 6.7.2. In addition, the relevant requirements of RID/ADR, Table A, Columns 10 and 11 to Chapters 3.2, 4.2, and Sections 6.7.2 and 6.7.3 apply. The paragraph numbers above relate to the 2017 issue of RID/ADR which are subject to regular revisions. This can lead to temporary non-compliances with EN 14025.
This document is applicable to liquefied gases including LPG; however for a dedicated LPG standard see EN 12493.
If not otherwise specified, provisions which take up the whole width of the page apply to all kind of tanks. Provisions contained in a single column apply only to:
tanks according to RID/ADR Chapter 6.8 (left-hand column);   portable tanks according to RID/ADR Chapter 6.7 (right-hand column).

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This document specifies the requirements for inspection and maintenance of LPG cylinder valves, either manually operated or self-closing, for reuse. It applies when the valve is either inspected or refurbished at the time of periodic inspection of the cylinder.
This document may also be applied at any other time, for example, when maintenance of the valve is necessary.

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This document defines test methods and requirements to demonstrate that plastic caps and lids of single-use beverage containers with a capacity of up to three litres remain attached to the containers during the product’s intended use stage, addressing the need to ensure the necessary strength, reliability and safety of beverage container closures, including those for carbonated drinks.
This document addresses the strength reliability and safety of the beverage closures impacted by the attachment features and not those of the overall closure system.

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This document specifies design, type testing, marking and manufacturing test and examination
requirements for ball valves used as:
a) closures of refillable transportable gas cylinders, pressure drums and tubes;
b) main valves for cylinder bundles;
c) valves for cargo transport units (e.g. trailers, battery vehicles and MEGCs);
which convey compressed gases, liquefied gases and dissolved gases.
NOTE 1 In the course of the document, the term "valve" is used with the meaning of "ball valve".
This document does not apply to:
•   oxidizing gases as defined in ISO 10156,
•   toxic gases (i.e. gases listed in ISO 10298 having an LC50 value ≤ 5 000 ppm) and
•   acetylene for single gas cylinders, pressure drums and tubes.
NOTE 2 The reason for the exclusion of oxidizing gases is that the use of ball valves as closures of high
pressure cylinders for oxidizing gases is known to lead to specific ignition hazards that cannot reasonably be mitigated through the ball valve design or type testing. Safety hazards concern both the ball valve itself and any downstream equipment.
This International document does not apply to ball valves for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG),
cryogenic equipment, portable fire extinguishers and cylinders for breathing apparatus.
NOTE 3 Requirements for valves for cryogenic vessels are specified in ISO 21011 and at a regional level, e.g. in EN 1626. Requirements for valves for portable fire extinguishers at a regional level are specified e.g. in EN 3 series.
NOTE 4 Certain specific requirements for valves for breathing apparatus in addition to those that are
given in this document are specified at a regional level, e.g. in EN 144 series. Certain specific requirements for quick-release valves for fixed fire-fighting systems in addition to those that are given in this document are specified in ISO 16003 and at a regional level e.g. in EN 12094–4.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for the design, testing and production testing of valves, including appropriate fittings, which are connected to mobile or static LPG pressure vessels above 150 l water capacity. Pressure relief valves and their ancillary equipment, contents gauges and automotive LPG components are outside the scope of this document.
This document does not apply to refineries or other process plants.

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This document specifies the design, testing and inspection requirements for pressure relief valve isolating devices, valve manifolds, vent pipes and system assemblies which are, where necessary, used with pressure relief valves for use in static pressure vessels for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) service.
This document addresses both prototype testing and production testing of isolating devices and PRV manifolds.
Pressure relief valves for LPG pressure vessels are specified in EN 14129:2014.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for the design and testing of spring loaded pressure relief valves and thermal expansion valves for use in:
- static LPG pressure vessels,
NOTE   The pressure vessels can be situated above ground, underground or mounded.
- LPG pressure vessels on road tankers, rail tankers, tank-containers or demountable tanks.
This document does not address production testing.
Normative Annex B prescribes testing with conditioning at - 40 °C for valves for use under extreme low temperature conditions.
The requirements for pressure relief valve accessories such as isolating devices, changeover manifolds and vent pipes are specified in EN 14071.
EN 14570 identifies the requirements for the pressure relief valve capacities for static pressure vessels.
EN 12252 identifies the requirements for the pressure relief valve capacities for road tankers.
Valves designed in accordance with this standard are specifically for use in LPG applications. Valves manufactured in accordance with EN ISO 4126 1 may also be used in certain LPG applications.
Terms used with LPG pressure relief valves are described graphically in Annex A.

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This standard specifies the diameter, length, wall thickness and shoulder geometry of cylindrical plastic flexible tubes.
It is applicable to tubes used for packing pharmaceutical, cosmetic, hygiene, food and other domestic and industrial products.

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This European Standard specifies stamp marking requirements for transportable refillable LPG cylinders and metallic drums including:
-   Steel LPG cylinders designed and manufactured in accordance with EN 1442, EN 14140, EN 12807 or an equivalent standard or technical code recognised by the Competent Authority.
-   LPG metallic drums designed and manufactured in accordance with EN 14893 or an equivalent standard or technical code recognised by the Competent Authority.
-   Welded aluminium LPG cylinders designed and manufactured in accordance with EN 13110 or an equivalent standard or technical code recognised by the Competent Authority.
-   LPG composite cylinders designed and manufactured in accordance with EN 14427 or an equivalent standard or technical code recognised by the Competent Authority.
NOTE 1   All these types of receptacles are referred to throughout this standard as "cylinders".
This European Standard does not specify any requirements for product, hazard or safety-phrase labelling of packaging which may be required to meet ADR or other legislative requirements.
NOTE 2   The marking of cylinders is regulated by RID/ADR which take precedence over any clause in this European Standard. The European Directive on Transportable Pressure Equipment 2010/35/EU [9] includes additional marking requirements (-marking).

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This document specifies minimum requirements for self-contained closed-circuit breathing RPDs for escape (short: oxygen escape RPD)
a) chemical oxygen type
    ― Potassium superoxide (KO2),
    ― Sodium chlorate (NaClO3) and
b) compressed oxygen type.
This document does not apply to RPD for work and rescue and to diving apparatus.
Laboratory and practical performance tests are included for the assessment of compliance with the requirements.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for material, design, construction and workmanship, testing and examination during the manufacture of transportable refillable welded aluminium liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders, having a water capacity from 0,5 l up to and including 150 l, exposed to ambient temperature.

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This document specifies equipment and accessories for road tankers used for the transport of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and identifies the equipment that is considered necessary to ensure that filling, transportation and discharge operations can be carried out safely. It specifies the requirements for the assembly of the accessories and the vehicle LPG equipment to the road tanker. This document also identifies additional equipment and accessories that can be used on road tankers carrying LPG.
This document does not preclude the use of alternative designs, materials and equipment testing which provide the same or a higher level of safety. ADR [9] requires that such alternative technical codes be recognized by the competent authority, provided that the minimum requirements of section 6.8.2 of ADR [9] are complied with.
This document does not apply to “tank-containers” or “battery-vehicles” used for the transport of LPG.

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The development of a European standard(s) on reporting by online gambling service operators and suppliers to the gambling regulatory authorities in the Member States for the purpose of supervision of online gambling services will specify the core data for reporting purposes, while ensuring integrity and security of the data as well as personal data protection.
The requested European standard(s) will provide a voluntary tool to the gambling regulatory authorities in the Member States without prejudice to the scope of competence of Member States in the regulation of online gambling and without imposing any obligation on them to introduce reporting requirements or to authorize or deny authorization to any operators or suppliers.

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