Light gauge metal containers - Definitions and determination of dimensions and capacities - Part 2: General use containers (ISO 90-2:1997)

Verpackungen aus Feinstblech - Begriffe und Verfahren zur Bestimmung von Abmessungen und Volumen - Teil 2: Wiederverschließbare Metallverpackungen (ISO 90-2:1997)

Dieser Teil von ISO 90 definiert wiederverschließbare Metallverpackungen, Behältertypen, Querschnitte, Ausführungen, Formen, besondere Ausführungsmerkmale und Volumen. Es werden Verfahren zur Bestimmung von Querschnitten und Behältnisvolumen sowie Randvollvolumen festgelegt. Außerdem wird eine internationale Bezeichnung empfohlen.

Récipients métalliques légers - Définitions et détermination des dimensions et des capacités - Partie 2: Récipients à usage général (ISO 90-2:1997)

Pločevinke - Definicije in ugotavljanje mer in prostornin - 2. del: Splošno uporabne pločevinke (ISO 90-2:1997)

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Published
Publication Date
22-Jun-1999
Technical Committee
Drafting Committee
Current Stage
9093 - Decision to confirm - Review Enquiry
Due Date
28-Jul-2005
Completion Date
28-Jul-2005

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Light gauge metal containers - Definitions and determination of dimensions and
capacities - Part 2: General use containers (ISO 90-2:1997)
Verpackungen aus Feinstblech - Begriffe und Verfahren zur Bestimmung von

Abmessungen und Volumen - Teil 2: Wiederverschließbare Metallverpackungen (ISO 90

-2:1997)

Récipients métalliques légers - Définitions et détermination des dimensions et des

capacités - Partie 2: Récipients a usage général (ISO 90-2:1997)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN ISO 90-2:1999
ICS:
55.120 3ORþHYLQNH7XEH Cans. Tins. Tubes
SIST EN ISO 90-2:2000 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN ISO 90-2:2000
Is0
INTERNATIONAL
90-2
STANDARD
Second edition
1997-07-01
Light gauge metal containers - Definitions
and determination of dimensions and
capacities -
Part 2:
General use containers
DHhitions et dktemination des dimensions et
Mcipients mktalliques lbgers -
des capaciths -
Partie 2: Mcipients & usage g&&al
Reference number
IS0 90=2:1997(E)
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SIST EN ISO 90-2:2000
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Contents

1 Scope ..........................................................................................

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2 Definitions
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3 Determination of dimensions
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4 Determination of capacities

5 Tolerances on capacities .............................................................

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6 Designation
Annexes

A Measurement of height of general use containers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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B Bibliography
0 IS0 1997

All rights reserved. Unless otherwise specified, no part of this publication may be reproduced

or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and

microfilm, without permission in writing from the publisher.
International Organization for Standardization
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Printed in Switzerland
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0 IS0
Foreword
IS0 (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide
federation of national standards bodies (IS0 member bodies). The work of
preparing International Standards is normally carried out through IS0
technical committees. Each member body interested in a subject for which
a technical committee has been established has the right to be
represented on that committee. International organizations, governmental
and non-governmental, in liaison with ISO, also take part in the work. IS0
collaborates closely with the International Electrotechnical Commission
(IEC) on all matters of electrotechnical standardization.
Draft International Standards adopted by the technical committees are
circulated to the member bodies for voting. Publication as an International
Standard requires approval by at least 75 % of the member bodies casting
a vote.
International Standard IS0 90-2 was prepared by Technical Committee
ISO/TC 52, Light gauge metal containers, Subcommittee SC 5, General
use containers.
This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (IS0 9002:1986),
which has been technically revised.
IS0 90 consists of the following parts, under the general title Light gauge
metal containers - Definitions and determination of dimensions and
capacities:
- Part 1: Open-top cans
- Part 2: General use containers
- Part 3: Aerosol cans
Annexes A and B of this part of IS0 90 are for information only.
. . .
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Introduction
IS0 90 consists of three parts which group definitions, methods for
determination of dimensions and capacities, as well as tolerances and
designations of rigid containers made of metal with a maximum nominal
material thickness of 0,49 mm.
This part of IS0 90 covers general use containers as defined in 2.1 and is
applicable to both round and non-round containers.
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Light gauge metal containers - Definitions and determination of
dimensions and capacities -
Part 1:
General use containers
1 Scope

This part of IS0 90 defines general use containers, types of container, cross-sections, constructions, shapes,

special features and capacities. It specifies methods for determining cross-sections, and gross-lidded and brimful

capacities. It also recommends an international designation.
2 Definitions
For the purposes of this part of IS0 90, the following definitions apply:
2.1 General use containers

2.1.1 general use container: Rigid container made of metal with a maximum nominal material thickness of

0,49 mm, which is sealed after filling with a closure that need not be seamed and which may be made of a different

material. In general the container can be reclosed after initial opening.

NOTE - Figures 1 to 8 apply to both round and non-round cross-sections. In addition to those shown in figure 2 a) and 2 b),

general use containers may be fitted with one or two handles.

2.1.2 full-friction can: Can with a removable plug which fits into the open end of the can body (see figure 1).

2.1.2.1 pail: Full-friction can fitted with one or more handles (see figure 2).

2.1.2.2 full-friction can with clamping ring: Full-friction can whose lid is held in position by a closing band.

2.1.3 lever-lid can with ring: Can, with a seamed ring on top and a lid that fits into the ring, which is filled through

the closure aperture and is not equipped with a diaphragm (see figure 4).

2.1.4 slip-lid can: Can with a removable lid which fits over and around the open end of the can body (see

figure 5).

2.1.4.1 crimped-cover can [pail]: Can [pail] with a removable cover which is crimped over an external curl around

the open end of the can body (see figure 6).

2.1.5 flat-top can: Can with a seamed flat top with an aperture which can be provided with a variety of closures

(see figure 7).

2.1.6 cone-top can: Can with a seamed cone-shaped top with an aperture which can be provided with a variety of

closures (see figure 8).
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Figure 1 - Full-friction can
a) Single-handle b) Double-handle
Figure 2 - Pail
Figure 3 -
Full-friction can with clamping ring
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Figure 4 - Lever-lid can with ring
I I
a) b)
Figure 5 - Slip-lid can
Figure 6 - Crimped-cover can [pail]
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Figure 7 - Flat-top can
Figure 8 - Cone-top can
2.2 Cross-sections
2.2.1 round can: Can with a circular cross-section (see figure 9).
2.2.2 Non-round can

2.2.2.1 rectangular can: Can with a rectangular [see figure 10 a)] or square [see figure 10 b)] cross-section.

2.2.2.2 obround can: Can with a cross-section of parallel sides of equal length joined by two curved ends, which

may be semicircular [see figure 1 la)] or include different radii [see figure 11 b)].

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2.2.2.3 oval can: Can with an oval cross-section (see figure 12).

2.2.2.4 trapezoidal can: Can with a trapezoidal cross-section with rounded corners (see figure 13).

NOTE - The shorter of the parallel sides [see figure 13 a)] and the non-parallel sides [see figure 13 b)] may be curved.

2.3 Constructions
NOTE - Figures 14 and 15 apply to both round and non-round cross-sections.

2.3.1 three-piece can: Can made from three main components: body, top end and bottom end (see figure 14).

2.3.2 two-piece can: Can made from two main components: body and bottom, which form one piece, and a top

end (see figure 15).
2.4 Shapes
NOTE - Figures 16 and 17 apply to both round and non-round cross-sections.

2.4.1 cylindrical can: Can which has a cross-section of constant dimension from top to bottom, local variations

caused by special features such as beading, etc. being disregarded (see figure 16).

2.4.2 tapered can: Can whose cross-section changes linearly from top to bottom, local variations caused by

special features such as beading, necking-in, etc. being disregarded (see figure 17).

Figure 9 - Round can
a) Rectangular cross-sectfon b) Square cross-section
Figure 10 - Rectangular cans
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a) SemIcIrcular ends
b)EndsofdifferentradlI
Figure 11
- Obround cans
r= c
Figure 12 - Oval can
Figure 13
- Trapezoidal cans
Figure 14 - Three-piece can
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Figure 15 - Two-piece can
Figure 16 - Cylindrical can
Figure 17 - Tapered can
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2.5 Special features
NOTE - Figures 18 to 21 apply to both round and non-round cross-sections.
is reduced in cross-section at one [see figure 18 b)] or both [see
2.5.1 necked-in can: Can whose body
figure 18 a)] extremities.

2.5.2 step-sided can: Can whose body is i ncreased in cross-section at one extremity (see figure 19).

2.5.3 beaded can: Can whose body has small internal and/or external peripheral changes in cross-section (see

figure 20).

2.5.4 curled can: Can whose body has a curled edge at one extremity; this curl may be internal or external.

2.5.5 special-profile can: Can whose body varies in cross-section to give a particular profile.

2.6 Capacities

2.6.1 nominal filling volume, V: Volume, in millilitres, of product that the can is required to hold.

2.6.2 nominal filling mass, 177: Mass, in grams, of product that the can is required to hold.

2.6.3 gross lidded capacity, C: Total capacity, in millilitres, of a closed can, determined in accordance with 4.2.

2.6.4 brimful capacity, &: Total capacity, in millilitres, of a non-closed can, determined in accordance with 4.3.

2.6.5 head space, K: Difference between the gross lidded capacity and the nominal filling volume, expressed in

millilitres or as a percentage of the gross lidded capacity.

2.6.6 body height, HA: Height of the container body over the seams (see figure A.l).

2.6.7 overall height, Ha: Height of the container with the closure fitted (see figure A.l).

3 Determination of dimensions
3.1 Measurement of cross
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