This document specifies the characteristics of jam-nut mounted receptacles in the family of circular electrical connectors coupled by threaded ring.
It is applicable to the class specified in Table 4.
For contacts, filler plugs, and rear accessories associated with this receptacle, see EN 2997-002. For plugs and protective covers, see EN 2997-008 and EN 2997-009 respectively. For spare jam-nuts and o-rings, see EN 2997-012 and EN 2997-013 respectively.

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This document describes the pros and cons for the different methods for reporting the potential release of dangerous substances into soil, groundwater or surface water and indoor air, which are:
—   level (or declared values); and
—   classes;
as defined in the Construction Products Regulation (CPR).
In addition, the pros and cons of additional methods based on discussion in CEN/TCs and WGs are described, which are:
—   categories; and
—   manufacturer’s declaration.

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This document defines the minimum requirements to ensure the interoperability of hydrogen refuelling points, including refuelling protocols that dispense gaseous hydrogen to road vehicles (e.g. Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles) that comply with legislation applicable to such vehicles.
The safety and performance requirements for the entire hydrogen fuelling station, addressed in accordance with existing relevant European and national legislation, are not included in this document.
This document applies to hydrogen refuelling points dispensing gaseous hydrogen to vehicles compliant with UN R134 (Regulation No. 134), UN R134 or Regulation (EC) No 79/2009.
NOTE 1   Guidance on considerations for hydrogen fuelling stations is provided in ISO 19880 1:2020.
NOTE 2   Units used in this document follow SI (International System of Units).

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This document specifies the structural performance requirements of curtain walling under wind load, both its fixed and openable parts, under positive and negative static air pressure.
This document applies to any curtain walling product as defined in EN 13830.

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This document specifies the characteristics of hermetic jam-nut mounted receptacles in the family of circular electrical connectors coupled by threaded ring.
It is applicable to the class specified in Table 4.
For plugs and protective covers, see EN 2997-008 and EN 2997-009 respectively. For spare jam-nuts and O-rings, see EN 2997-012 and EN 2997-013 respectively.

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ISO 7510:2017 specifies a method for the determination of constituent materials of a test sample cut from a glass-reinforced plastics (GRP) component intended for use in a piping system. It includes determination of resin, glass, aggregate and filler contents.
It is also applicable to the determination of the type and arrangement of the reinforcements. If used to determine the amounts of constituent materials in layered constructions it may be necessary to separate the laminate layers by cutting or splitting and testing each separately.

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Ecotoxicity tests can be applied to wastes to identify their potential hazardous properties with respect to the environment or to assess the risk related to a site-specific exposure scenario. This document provides guidance for the selection and use of ecotoxicity tests for both applications.
This document focuses on the following selected field of applications:
a)   Basic ecotoxicological characterization;
b)   Site-specific exposure scenario;
c)   Landfill management:
1)   monitoring of leachates;
2)   mineral waste going to non-controlled landfill sites.
d)   Re-use of waste:
1)   use of sludge in agriculture;
2)   use of mineral waste in road construction.
The user should be aware that other fields of application can also be covered by ecotoxicological testing not being in the scope of the document. The ecotoxicological assessment of waste within other scenarios might need the development of other test strategies.
Depending on the waste type and the assessment goal, relevant criteria are described for the selection of a test strategy and the suitable ecotoxicity test(s).
This document also provides guidance for individual ecotoxicity test protocols to meet the specific demands of waste testing (e.g. limitations, test design, confounding factors).The tests recommended represent a minimum test battery that may be accomplished by additional tests or even be replaced by others according to the waste, the intended use or protection goal envisaged.

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This document specifies methods for determining the pot life of multi-part adhesives, in order to be able to determine whether the pot life conforms to the minimum specified working life required of an adhesive.
The different methods described in this document to measure the property do not necessarily provide identical results.
The test methods described are suitable for assessing all multi–part adhesives, and especially epoxy based and polyurethane based adhesives, but they are not suitable for some acrylic-based adhesives.
NOTE 1       Some of the methods described in this document can also be suitable for determination of working life of one-part adhesives that react to humidity (e.g. PUR prepolymers).
NOTE 2       This document can also be used for assessing non-structural adhesives.

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This document specifies a procedure for determining dynamic viscosity, η, and density, ρ, for the calculation of kinematic viscosity, ν, of middle distillate fuels, fatty acid methyl ester fuels (FAME) and mixtures thereof, up to 60 % with middle distillate fuels, and lubricating oils (e.g. base oils, formulated oils), and synthetics, using a constant pressure viscometer. The range of kinematic viscosities covered in this test method is from 0,5 mm2/s to 2 000 mm2/s, with precision at 40 °C from 1,0 mm2/s to 1 286 mm2/s, and precision at 100 °C from 3,0 mm2/s to 157 mm2/s.
The result obtained using the procedure described in this document depends on the rheological behaviour of the sample. This document is predominantly applicable to liquids whose shear stress and shear rate are proportional (Newtonian flow behaviour). However, if the viscosity changes significantly with the shear rate, comparison with other measuring methods is only permissible at similar shear rates.

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This document specifies the characteristics of fusion fittings made from polyethylene (PE) as well as of mechanical fittings for buried and above ground applications, intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption, raw water prior to treatment, drains and sewers under pressure, vacuum sewer systems, and water for other purposes, with the exception of industrial application.
NOTE 1   For PE components intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption and raw water prior to treatment, attention is drawn to subclause 6.6 of this document. Components manufactured for water for other purposes, drains and sewers, and vacuum sewer systems are possibly not suitable for water supply for human consumption.
NOTE 2   Industrial application is covered by EN ISO 15494 [4].
The intended uses include sea outfalls, laid in water and pipes suspended below bridges.
It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to in this document.
In conjunction with EN 12201-1, EN 12201 2, EN 12201 4 and EN 12201 5, this document is applicable to PE pipes, fittings and valves, their joints and joints with components of PE and other materials intended to be used under the following conditions:
a)   allowable operating pressure, PFA, up to 25 bar  ;
b)   an operating temperature of 20 °C as a reference temperature.
NOTE 3   For applications operating at constant temperature greater than 20 °C and up to and including 50 °C, see EN 12201-1:2024, Annex A.
The EN 12201 series covers a range of allowable operating pressures and gives requirements concerning colours.
NOTE 4   It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and any relevant national guidance or regulations and installation practices or codes.
These fittings can be of the following types:
—   electrofusion socket fittings;
—   electrofusion saddle fittings;
—   spigot end fittings (for butt fusion using heated tools and electrofusion socket fusion);
—   socket fusion fittings (see Annex A);
—   mechanical fittings;
—   fabricated fittings (see Annex B).

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This document specifies materials and the general aspects of polyethylene (PE) pressure piping systems (mains and service pipes) for buried or above ground applications, intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption, raw water prior to treatment, drains and sewers under pressure, vacuum sewer systems, and water for other purposes, with the exception of industrial application.
NOTE 1   For PE components intended for the conveyance of water intended for human consumption and raw water prior to treatment attention is drawn to Clause 6 of this document. Components manufactured for water for other purposes, drains and sewers, and vacuum systems are possibly not suitable for water supply for human consumption.
NOTE 2   Industrial application is covered by EN ISO 15494 [6].
The intended use includes sea outfalls, laid in water and pipes suspended below bridges.
It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to in this document.
In conjunction with EN 12201-2, EN 12201 3, EN 12201 4 and EN 12201 5, this document is applicable to PE pipes, fittings and valves, their joints and joints with components of PE and other materials intended to be used under the following conditions:
a)   allowable operating pressure, PFA, up to 25 bar  ;
b)   an operating temperature of 20 °C as a reference temperature.
NOTE 3   For applications operating at constant temperatures greater than 20 °C and up to and including 50 °C, see Annex A.
The EN 12201 series covers a range of allowable operating pressures and gives requirements concerning colours.
NOTE 4   It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and any relevant national guidance or regulations and installation practices or codes.

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This document specifies a mobile method for evaluating the resistance of automotive finishes to chilled-iron grit projected onto the surface under test to simulate the effect of stone chipping.
Results from the test specified in this document are not comparable with results specified in ISO 20567-1.

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This document specifies the characteristics of valves or valve bodies made from polyethylene (PE) for buried and above ground applications, intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption, raw water prior to treatment, drains and sewers under pressure, vacuum sewer systems, and water for other purposes, with the exception of industrial applications.
NOTE 1   For PE components intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption and raw water prior to treatment, attention is drawn to 6.4. Components manufactured for water for other purposes, drains and sewers, and vacuum systems are possibly not suitable for water supply for human consumption.
NOTE 2   Industrial application is covered by EN ISO 15494 [2].
The intended use includes sea outfalls, laid in water and pipes suspended below bridges.
It is applicable to isolating unidirectional and bi-directional valves with spigot ends or electrofusion sockets intended to be fused with PE pipes or fittings conforming to EN 12201-2 and EN 12201-3 respectively.
Valves made from materials other than PE, conforming to the relevant standards can be used in PE piping systems according to EN 12201, provided that they have PE connections for butt fusion or electrofusion ends, conforming to EN 12201-3, or material transition joints (e.g. flanged joints).
NOTE 3   For valves or valve bodies intended for drains and sewers, additional information is given in Clause 9.
It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to in this document.
In conjunction with EN 12201-1, EN 12201 2, EN 12201 3 and EN 12201 5, this document is applicable to PE pipes, fittings and valves, their joints and joints with components of PE and other materials intended to be used under the following conditions:
a)   allowable operating pressure, PFA, up to 25 bar ;
b)   an operating temperature of 20 °C as a reference temperature.
NOTE 4   For applications operating at constant temperature greater than 20 °C and up to 50 °C, see EN 12201-1:2024, Annex A.
The EN 12201 series covers a range of allowable operating pressures and gives requirements concerning colours and additives.
NOTE 5   It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and any relevant national guidance or regulations and installation practices or codes.
This document covers valves for pipes with a nominal outside diameter dn ≤ 400 mm.

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This document specifies design principles and performance requirements for preliminary wastewater treatment using screens with a mesh size above 50 μm, at plants serving more than 50 PT. It also includes grit removal and grease separation.
NOTE 1   For micro-screens with a mesh size below 50 microns see EN 12255-16.
NOTE 2   The primary application of this document is for wastewater treatment plants designed for the treatment of domestic and municipal wastewater. However, it contains information that can also be useful for commercial and industrial wastewater pretreatment and for combined sewer overflows (CSO).
This document applies in combination with EN 12255-1 and EN 12255-10.

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This document specifies the requirements of fitness for purpose of assembled polyethylene (PE) piping systems intended for the conveyance of water intended for human consumption, raw water prior to treatment, drains and sewers under pressure, vacuum sewer systems, and water for other purposes, with the exception of industrial application.
It specifies the requirements for electrofusion, socket fusion, butt fusion and mechanical joints.
It specifies the method of preparation of test piece joints, and the tests to be carried out on these joints for assessing the fitness for purpose of the system under normal and extreme conditions.
NOTE 1   For PE components intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption and raw water prior to treatment attention is drawn to the introduction of this document. Components manufactured for water for other purposes, drains and sewers, and vacuum systems, are possibly not suitable for water supply for human consumption.
NOTE 2   Industrial application is covered by EN ISO 15494 [2].
The intended use includes sea outfalls, laid in water and pipes suspended below bridges.
It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to in this document.
This document is intended to only be used by the product manufacturer to assess the performance of components in accordance with EN 12201 2, EN 12201 3, or EN 12201 4 when joined together under normal and extreme conditions in accordance with this document. It is not intended for on-site testing of pipe systems.
In conjunction with EN 12201-1, EN 12201 2, EN 12201 3 and EN 12201 4 this document is applicable to PE pipes, fittings and valves, their joints and joints with components of PE and other materials intended to be used under the following conditions:
a)   allowable operating pressure, PFA, up to 25 bar ;
b)   an operating temperature of 20 °C as a reference temperature for design purposes.
NOTE 3   For applications operating at constant temperatures greater than 20 °C up to and including 50 °C, see EN 12201-1:2024, Annex A.
The EN 12201 series covers a range of allowable operating pressures and gives requirements concerning colours.
NOTE 4   It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and any relevant national guidance or regulations and installation practices or codes.

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This document specifies the characteristics of pipes made from polyethylene (PE) for buried and above ground applications, intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption, raw water prior to treatment, drains and sewers under pressure, vacuum sewer systems, and water for other purposes, with the exception of industrial application.
NOTE 1   For PE components intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption and raw water prior to treatment, attention is drawn to 6.3 of this document. Components manufactured for water for general purposes, drains and sewers, and vacuum sewer systems are possibly not suitable for water supply for human consumption.
NOTE 2   Industrial application is covered by EN ISO 15494 [4].
The intended uses include sea outfalls, laid in water and pipes suspended below bridges.
For use in contaminated soils special consideration is taken for pipes intended for the transport of water intended for human consumption or raw water prior to treatment.
NOTE 3   Pipes constructions including barrier layers are not covered by this document. ISO 21004 provides an alternative solution for use in contaminated soils [10].
It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to in this document.
In conjunction with EN 12201-1, EN 12201-3, EN 12201-4 and EN 12201-5, this document is applicable to PE pipes, fitting and valves, their joints and joints with components of PE and other materials intended to be used under the following conditions:
a)   allowable operating pressure, PFA, up to 25 bar  ;
b)   an operating temperature of 20 °C as a reference temperature.
NOTE 4   For applications operating at constant temperatures greater than 20 °C and up to and including 50 °C, see EN 12201-1:2024, Annex A.
The EN 12201 series covers a range of allowable operating pressures and gives requirements concerning colours.
This document is applicable to three types of pipes:
—   PE pipes (outside diameter dn) including any identification stripes;
—   PE pipes with co-extruded layers on either or both the outside and/or inside of the pipe (total outside diameter dn) as specified in Annex B, where all PE layers have the same MRS rating;
—   PE pipes (outside diameter dn) with a peelable and contiguous thermoplastics additional layer on the outside of the pipe (“coated pipe”) as specified in Annex C.
NOTE 5   It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and any relevant national guidance or regulations and installation practices or codes.
NOTE 6   Assessment of the resistance to slow crack growth of the PE pipe compound used for the manufacture of products conforming to this document is required in accordance with EN 12201-1:2024, Table 2.

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This document specifies requirements for resistance spot welding in the fabrication of assemblies of uncoated and metallic-coated or weldable non-metallic-coated low-carbon steel, comprising two or three sheets of metal, where the maximum single-sheet thickness of components to be welded is within the range 0,4 mm to 3,0 mm.
This document is applicable to welding of sheets of the same or unequal thickness, where the thickness ratio is less than or equal to 3:1.
Welding with the following types of equipment is within the scope of this document:
a)       pedestal welding equipment;
b)       portable welding guns;
c)        automatic welding equipment where the components are fed by robots or automatic feeding equipment;
d)       multi-spot-welding machines;
e)       robotic welding machines.

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The document specifies the definitions and technical criteria to be fulfilled for foods and food ingredients to be suitable for vegetarians (including ovo-lacto-, ovo- and lacto-vegetarians) or vegans as well as for food labelling and claims.
It is applicable to business-to-business communication (B2B), to the food trade, and to food labelling and claims. The definitions and technical criteria apply only post-harvest/collecting.
It does not apply to human safety, environmental safety, socio-economic considerations (e.g. fair trade, animal welfare), religious beliefs and the characteristics of packaging materials.

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This document specifies methods for the indication of limit deviations on construction documents.

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This document specifies requirements and recommendations for the design of permanent booths for simultaneous interpreting in new or existing buildings. This document also ensures the usability and accessibility of booths for all interpreters.
This document is to be used in conjunction with ISO 20109, which contains requirements and recommendations for the equipment necessary for simultaneous interpreting. For requirements and recommendations for permanent booths which do not have a direct view of the room in which a communicative event takes place, see ISO 17651-3.[1]
[1]  Under preparation. Stage at the time of publication: ISO/CD 17651-3-2:2024.

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This document specifies requirements and corresponding methods of test for precipitated calcium silicate.

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This European Standard deals with mechanical rail joints for flat bottom rails 46 kg/m and over. The scope of this standard is: to
establish requirements for insulated and non-insulated rail joints, for stressed rail (continuous welded rail, CWR) and unstressed rail (jointed track); to define mechanical and electrical requirements for type approval and for acceptance of insulated rail joints which are manufactured in a factory (prefab construction) as well as assembled onsite (site construction). This standard specifies the minimum requirements. Special applications as for instance tram systems may require different demands in certain paragraphs and should be agreed between customer and supplier. The scope also excludes expansion joints (it is covered in EN 13232-8), and special joints in switch constructions.

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This document specifies guiding principles for project design and implementation and for the integration of other systems into the building automation and control systems (BACS).
This document specifies the phases required for the BACS project, including
—     design (determination of project requirements and production of design documents including technical specifications),
—     engineering (detailed function and hardware design),
—     installation (installing and commissioning of the BACS), and
—     completion (handover, acceptance and project finalization).
This document also specifies the requirements for as-built documentation and training.
This document is not applicable to operation and maintenance, nor is it applicable to retro or continuous commissioning, including a commissioning authority.

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This document specifies requirements and recommendations for the design, use and siting of mobile booths for simultaneous interpreting. The main features of mobile booths that distinguish them from permanent booths are that they can be dismantled, moved and set up in a room. This document also ensures the usability and accessibility of booths for all interpreters.
This document is to be used in conjunction with ISO 20109, which contains requirements and recommendations for the equipment necessary for simultaneous interpreting. For requirements and recommendations for mobile booths which do not have a direct view of a room, see ISO 17651-3.[1]
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This document specifies requirements and corresponding methods of test for products made from naturally occurring talc/chlorite in lamellar form.

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This document specifies characteristics and performances of plastic and rubber sheets for waterproofing of concrete bridge decks and other concrete surfaces trafficable by vehicles where the waterproofing is fully bonded to the concrete deck and fully bonded to the asphalt overlay.
This document does not cover concrete surfaces trafficable by vehicles where the waterproofing is not fully bonded to the concrete and/or not fully bonded to an overlay.
This document also states the test methods used for verifying the characteristics and gives rules for the assessment and verification of consistency of performance of the product.

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This document specifies a formalism for the calculation of the illuminant metamerism of solid surface colours. It cannot be applied to colours of effect coatings without metrical adaptation.
This document only covers the phenomenon of metamerism for change of illuminant, which has the greatest meaning in practical application. In the case where chromaticity coordinates of a pair of samples under reference conditions do not exactly match, this document gives guidance on which correction measures to take. Regarding the reproduction of colours, the metamerism index is used as a measure of quality in order to specify tolerances for colour differences between a colour sample and a colour match under different illumination conditions.
The quantification of the illuminant metamerism of pairs of samples is formally performed by a colour difference assessment, for which tolerances that are common for the evaluation of residual colour differences can be used.
NOTE       In the colorimetric literature and textbooks, the term geometric metamerism is sometimes used for the case where two colours appear to be the same under a specific geometry for visual assessment and selected standard observer and standard illuminant pair, but are perceived as two different colours at changed observation geometry. The term geometric metamerism is different to metamerism described in this document.

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This document specifies requirements and corresponding methods of test for products made from naturally occurring talc in lamellar form associated with carbonates.

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This document specifies the particular requirements for the clinical investigations of intraocular lenses that are implanted in the eye in order to correct aphakia.

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This document reviews methods for measuring the thickness of metallic and other inorganic coatings on both metallic and non-metallic substrates (see Tables 1, A.1 and A.2). It is limited to tests already specified, or to be specified, in International Standards and excludes certain tests that are used for special applications.

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This document specifies a method of testing for deleterious effects that can arise from flux residues after soldering or tinning test coupons. The test is applicable to type 1 and type 2 fluxes, as specified in ISO 9454-1, in solid or liquid form, or in the form of flux-cored solder wire, solder preforms or solder paste constituted with eutectic or near-eutectic tin/lead (Sn/Pb) or Sn95,5Ag3Cu0,5 or other lead-free solders as agreed between user and supplier (see ISO 9453).
This test method is also applicable to fluxes for use with lead-containing and lead-free solders. However, the soldering temperatures can be adjusted with agreement between tester and customer.

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This document specifies a method for the determination of the following elements in aqua regia, nitric acid or mixture of hydrochloric (HCl), nitric (HNO3) and tetrafluoroboric (HBF4)/hydrofluoric (HF) acid digests of soil, treated biowaste, waste, sludge and sediment:
Aluminium (Al), antimony (Sb), arsenic (As), barium (Ba), beryllium (Be), bismuth (Bi), boron (B), cadmium (Cd), calcium (Ca), cerium (Ce), chromium (Cr), cobalt (Co), copper (Cu), dysprosium (Dy), erbium (Er), europium (Eu), gallium (Ga), gadolinium (Gd), germanium (Ge), gold (Au), hafnium (Hf), holmium (Ho), indium (In), iridium (Ir), iron (Fe), lanthanum (La), lead (Pb), lithium (Li), lutetium (Lu) magnesium (Mg), manganese (Mn), mercury (Hg), molybdenum (Mo), neodymium (Nd), nickel (Ni), palladium (Pd), phosphorus (P), platinum (Pt), potassium (K), praseodymium (Pr), rhodium (Rh), ruthenium (Ru), samarium (Sm), scandium (Sc), selenium (Se), silicon (Si), silver (Ag), sodium (Na), strontium (Sr), sulfur (S), tantalum (Ta), tellurium (Te), terbium (Tb), thallium (Tl), thulium (Tm), thorium (Th), tin (Sn), titanium (Ti), tungsten (W), vanadium (V), yttrium (Y), ytterbium (Yb), zinc (Zn) and zirconium (Zr).
The method is also applicable to other extracts or digests originating from, for example, DTPA extraction, fusion methods or total digestion methods, provided the user has verified the applicability.
The method has been validated for the elements given in Table A.1 (sludge), Table A.2 (compost) and Table A.3 (soil). The method is applicable for other solid matrices and other elements as listed above, provided the user has verified the applicability.
This method is also applicable for the determination of major, minor and trace elements in aqua regia and nitric acid digests and in eluates of construction products (EN 17200[22]).
NOTE            Construction products include e.g. mineral-based products; bituminous products; metals; wood-based products; plastics and rubbers; sealants and adhesives; paints and coatings.

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This document specifies a method for the determination of the thermal diffusivity of a thin solid disc of plastics in the thickness direction by the light flash method. This method is based upon the measurement of the temperature rise at the rear face of the thin-disc specimen produced by a short energy pulse on the front face.
The method is applicable to homogeneous solid plastics as well as composites having an isotropic or orthotropic structure. In general, it covers materials having a thermal diffusivity, α, in the range 1 × 10−7 m2⋅s−1 < α < 1 × 10−4 m2⋅s−1. Measurements can be carried out in gaseous and vacuum environments over a temperature range from −100 °C to +400 °C.
NOTE          For inhomogeneous specimens, the measured values can be specimen thickness dependent.

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This document gives the necessary information to explain the requirements referenced in ISO 15607 about the qualification of welding procedures based on previous welding experience.
In addition, it gives the range of qualification.
The use of this document can be restricted by an application standard or a specification.

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This document specifies a fluorimetric method for the determination of alkaline phosphatase (ALP) (EC 3.1.3.1) activity in cheese.
This method is applicable to soft cheeses, semi-hard and hard cheeses provided that the mould is only on the surface of the cheese and not also in the inner part (e.g. blue veined cheeses). For large hard cheeses, specific conditions of sampling apply (see Clause 7).
The instrument used for the determination of ALP can read activities in the supernatant up to 7 000 milliunits per litre (mU/kg).

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This document specifies a fluorimetric method for the determination of alkaline phosphatase (ALP) (EC 3.1.3.1) activity in raw and heat-treated whole milk, semi-skimmed milk, skimmed milk and flavoured milks.
This method is applicable to milk and milk-based drinks from cows, sheep and goats. It is also applicable to milk powder after reconstitution.
The instrument used for the determination of ALP can read activities up to 7 000 milliunits per litre (mU/l). If the activity is higher than 7 000 mU/l, it is diluted with ALP-free milk so as to obtain a measurement not higher than 7 000 mU/l.

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This document:
—     defines a reference Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) covering basic information-related components of land administration/georegulation;
—     provides an abstract, conceptual model with packages related to:
—     parties (people and organizations),
—     basic administrative units, rights, responsibilities and restrictions (RRRs),
—     spatial units,
—     a generic conceptual model (sources and versioned object);
—     provides terminology for land administration/georegulation, based on various national and international systems, that is as simple as possible in order to be useful in practice. The terminology allows a shared description of different formal or informal practices and procedures in various jurisdictions;
—     provides a content model independent of encoding, allowing for the support of various encodings;
—     provides a basis for national and regional profiles;
—     enables the combining of land administration/georegulation information from different sources in a coherent manner.
The following are outside the scope of this document:
—     interference with (national) land administration/georegulation laws with potentially legal implications due to the possibility of describing different types of systems but in the same notation;
—     construction of external databases with party data, address data, land cover data, physical utility network data, archive data and taxation data. However, the LADM provides stereotype classes for these data sets to indicate which data set elements the LADM expects from these external sources, if available.
This document provides the concepts and basic structure for standardization in the land administration/georegulation domain. It defines a general schema that permits regulatory information to be described. It also allows for the relationship to multiple parties and groups to be expressed together with a referencing structure so that sourcing of all information systems can be maintained. This document establishes the common elements and basic schema upon which more detailed schema can be established.

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This document provides requirements, guidance and information for the design and fabrication of topsides structure for offshore structures, including in-service, pre-service and post-service conditions.
The actions on topsides structure and the action effects in structural components are derived from this document, where necessary in combination with other International Standards in the ISO 19901 series (e.g. ISO 19901-1 for wind actions - see 7.6.2, ISO 19901-2 for seismic actions - see 7.7) and ISO 19902 for fatigue design (see 6.7).
This document is applicable to the following:
—     topsides of fixed offshore structures;
—     discrete structural units placed on the hull structures of floating offshore structures and mobile offshore units;
—     topsides of arctic offshore structures, excluding winterization (see ISO 19906).
If any part of the topsides structure forms part of the primary structure of the overall structural system which resists global platform actions, the requirements of this document are supplemented with applicable requirements in ISO 19902, ISO 19903, ISO 19904-1, ISO 19905-1, ISO 19905-3 and ISO 19906.
For those parts of floating offshore structures and mobile offshore units that are chosen to be governed by the rules of a recognized classification society, the corresponding class rules supersede the associated requirements of this document.
This document also addresses prevention, control and assessment of fire, explosions and other accidental events.
The fire and explosion provisions of this document can be applied to those parts of the hulls of floating structures and mobile offshore units that contain hydrocarbon processing, piping or storage.
NOTE          Requirements for structural integrity management are presented in ISO 19901-9.
This document applies to structural components including the following:
—     primary and secondary structure in decks, module support frames and modules;
—     flare structures;
—     crane pedestal and other crane support arrangements;
—     helicopter landing decks (helidecks);
—     permanent bridges between separate offshore structures;
—     masts, towers and booms on offshore structures.
This document provides requirements for selecting and using a national building standard with a correspondence factor for determining the resistance of rolled and welded non-circular prismatic components and their connections.

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This European Standard specifies a highly efficient method for the determination of saturated and aromatic hydrocarbons (from C10 to C50) in vegetable fats and oils and foodstuff on basis of vegetable oils for which it has been interlaboratory validated, with online-HPLC-GC-FID [1], [2] and [3]. This standard is not intended to be applied to other matrices.
The method can be used for the analysis of mineral oil saturated hydrocarbons (MOSH) and/or mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH).
The method has been tested in an interlaboratory study via the analysis of both naturally contaminated and spiked vegetable oil samples and mayonnaise and margarine samples, ranging from 4 mg/kg to 197 mg/kg for MOSH, and from 2 mg/kg to 51 mg/kg for MOAH.
According to the results of the interlaboratory studies, the method has been proven suitable for MOSH- and MOAH mass concentrations each above 10 mg/kg.
In case of suspected interferences from natural sources, the mineral origin of the MOSH and MOAH fraction can be verified by examination of the pattern by GC-MS.

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This document specifies statistical methodology for assessing the expected agreement between two test methods that purport to measure the same property of a material, and for deciding if a simple linear bias correction can further improve the expected agreement.
This document is applicable for analytical methods which measure quantitative properties of petroleum or petroleum products resulting from a multi-sample-multi-lab study (MSMLS). These types of studies include but are not limited to interlaboratory studies (ILS) meeting the requirements of ISO 4259-1 or equivalent, and proficiency testing programmes (PTP) meeting the requirements of ISO 4259-3 or equivalent.
The methodology specified in this document establishes the limiting value for the difference between two results where each result is obtained by a different operator using different apparatus and two methods X and Y, respectively, on identical material. One of the methods (X or Y) has been appropriately bias-corrected to agree with the other in accordance with this practice. This limit is designated as the between-methods reproducibility. This value is expected to be exceeded with a probability of 5 % under the correct and normal operation of both test methods due to random variation.
NOTE      Further conditions for application of this methodology are given in 5.1 and 5.2.

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This document specifies the methodology for generic AM-machine evaluation in automotive environment using objective test criteria and provides the framework for an objective AM-machine evaluation and comparison. This document finds application in benchmarks, in the preparation of purchase decisions, but also in AM-machine evaluation within the machine procurement, acceptance, and qualification processes. This document is specific to automotive, as it is related to existing series part requirements of various original equipment manufacturers, but the content can be transferred to other industries if necessary.
Furthermore, this document specifies machine KPIs in the context of machine procurement, production planning and production of PBF-LB/M components. It aims to reach a detailed understanding between machine supplier and machine user with respect to the acceptance criteria during the procurement process and evaluation of machine performance during running production. For using this document, all process parameters, such as scanning speed, laser power, etc., are fixed, since changing these parameters can affect the entire process performance and its stability. Therefore, variables are not changed any more during or after qualification. This document and the determination of the KPIs help in the evaluation of machine properties, but do not replace an application-specific approval process.
This document is applicable to the additive manufacturing technology PBF-LB/M.

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This European standard specifies non-optical test methods for eye-protectors, the requirements for which are contained in other European Standards. Alternative test methods may be used if shown to be equivalent. The optical test methods are given in EN 167. A definition of terms is given in EN 165.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for personal protective equipment used to protect the operator's eyes and face against harmful optical radiation and other specific risks or hazards in usual welding, cutting or similar operations. This standard specifies protection including ergonomic aspects against risks or hazards of radiative, flammable, mechanical and electrical nature. The equipment is designed to incorporate protective filters, with or without cover/backing oculars as recommended by the welding protector manufacturer, in accordance with EN 166:1995 and complying with EN 169:1992 or EN 379:1994.   Hoods, inspector face screens, laser protective equipment and welding protection for special applications, are not covered in this standard.  This standard defines the terms used and specifies requirements for materials, design and manufacture.

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