Building construction machinery and equipment -- Classification

ISO/TR 12603:2010 classifies machinery and equipment used in the building and construction industry into three hierarchical levels, nine groups and into subgroups. It covers machines and equipment employed in the majority of works in the field, classified according to their specified use. In as far as possible, and where existent, International Standards corresponding to subgroups are specified. The ISO Technical Committees responsible for the International Standards are also given, together with, for the convenience of the user, any related European standards.

Machines et matériels pour la construction des bâtiments -- Classification

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TECHNICAL ISO/TR
REPORT 12603
Second edition
2010-03-01
Building construction machinery
and equipment — Classification
Machines et matériels pour la construction des bâtiments —
Classification
Reference number
ISO/TR 12603:2010(E)
ISO 2010
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ISO/TR 12603:2010(E)
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ISO/TR 12603:2010(E)
Contents Page

Foreword ............................................................................................................................................................iv

Introduction.........................................................................................................................................................v

1 Earth-moving machinery and equipment.............................................................................................1

2 Foundation and drilling equipment .....................................................................................................3

3 Equipment for preparing, conveying and compaction of concrete, mortar and processing

reinforcement.........................................................................................................................................3

4 Lifting machinery and equipment........................................................................................................5

5 Access machinery and equipment ......................................................................................................6

6 Equipment for installation, finishing work and maintenance...........................................................6

7 Road construction and maintenance machinery and equipment ....................................................7

8 Machines and equipment for specialized works and processes in construction ...........................8

9 General-use machinery and equipment used in construction .........................................................9

Bibliography......................................................................................................................................................11

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ISO/TR 12603:2010(E)
Foreword

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(ISO member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out through ISO

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International Standards are drafted in accordance with the rules given in the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2.

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In exceptional circumstances, when a technical committee has collected data of a different kind from that

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longer valid or useful.

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of patent

rights. ISO shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

ISO/TR 12603 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 195, Building construction machinery and

equipment.

This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (ISO/TR 12603:1996), which has been technically

revised.
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ISO/TR 12603:2010(E)
Introduction

This Technical Report classifies the machines and equipment used in building and construction while at the

same time presenting a broad list of applicable standards. In doing so, it gives guidance on the appropriate

standard to use in a particular case.

The list represents the state of development of standardization work in the field and makes the division of this

work within the ISO system comprehensible to the user. To this end, ISO Technical Committees who, in

addition to ISO/TC 195, are involved in the development of International Standards applicable to building

construction machinery and equipment, are identified. These include the committees responsible for cranes

(ISO/TC 96), earth-moving machinery (ISO/TC 127) and elevating work platforms (ISO/TC 214).

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TECHNICAL REPORT ISO/TR 12603:2010(E)
Building construction machinery and equipment —
Classification
Scope

This Technical Report classifies machinery and equipment used in the building and construction industry into

three hierarchical levels, and nine groups and into subgroups. It covers machines and equipment

employed in the majority of works in the field, classified according to their specified use. In as far as possible,

and where existent, International Standards corresponding to subgroups are specified. The ISO Technical

Committees responsible for the International Standards are also given, together with, for the convenience of

the user, any related European standards.
NOTE See the Bibliography for the titles of the standards listed.
1 Earth-moving machinery and equipment
Technical International European
Committee Standard standard
1.1 Tractor-dozers
ISO/TC 127 ISO 6747 EN 474-2
1.1.1 Wheeled dozers
1.1.2 Crawler dozers
1.1.3 Loaders
1.2.1 Wheeled loaders
ISO 7131
ISO/TC 127 EN 474-3
ISO 6165
1.2.2 Crawler loaders
1.2.3 Digging arm loaders
1.3 Backhoe loaders
1.3.1 Wheeled backhoe loaders ISO/TC 127 ISO 8812 EN 474-4
1.3.2 Crawler backhoe loaders
1.4 Excavators
1.4.1 Hydraulic excavators
1.4.2 Cable excavators
ISO 7135 EN 474-5
ISO/TC 127
ISO 15219 EN 474-12
1.4.3 Wheel excavators
1.4.4 Bucket chain excavators
1.4.5 Others
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Technical International European
Committee Standard standard
1.5 Dumpers
1.5.1 Articulated steer dumpers
ISO/TC 127 ISO 7132 EN 474-6
1.5.2 Rigid frame dumpers
1.5.3 Site (dumpers) carriers
1.5.4 Crawler dumpers
1.6 Tractors-scrapers
ISO/TC 127 ISO 7133 EN 474-7
1.6.1 Articulated steer
1.6.2 Wheel steer
1.7 Graders
1.7.1 Articulated steer ISO/TC 127 ISO 7134 EN 474-8
1.7.2 Wheel steer
1.8 Landfill compactors ISO/TC 127 ISO 6165 EN 474-11
1.9 Trenchers ISO/TC 127 ISO 13539 EN 474-10
1.10 Pipelayers ISO/TC 127 ISO 7136 EN 474-9
1.11 Rotating pipelayers ISO/TC 127 ISO 6165 —
1.12 Rollers
1.12.1 Smooth drum rollers
ISO/TC 127 ISO 8811 EN 500-4
1.12.2 Pneumatic tyred rollers
1.12.3 Combination rollers
1.13 Compact machines (excavators
ISO/TC 127 ISO 6165 —
and loaders)
1.14 Compact dumpers ISO/TC 127 — —
1.15 Compact tool carriers ISO/TC 127 ISO 6165
1.16 Equipment for trenchless
ISO/TC 127 ISO 21467 —
technology-horizontal directional drills
1.17 Equipment for trenchless
technology: pipe-jacking (pushing), impact
ISO/TC 127 — —
ramming (moling), and microtunnelling
equipment
1.18 Remote control systems for earth-
ISO/TC 127 ISO 15817 —
moving machinery
1.19 Hydro-excavation and air-
ISO/TC 127 — —
excavation equipment
1.20 Others
— — —
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2 Foundation and drilling equipment
Technical International European
Committee Standard standard
2.1 Pile driving and extracting equipment ISO 11886
ISO/TC 195 EN 996
ISO 11375
2.2 Pile forming rigs (pile drilling rigs) ISO/TC 195 ISO 11375 EN 791
2.3 Equipment for soil strengthening
— — —
(grouting processes)
2.4 Drill rigs for water wells, soil and,
geothermal energy exploration, mining and ISO/TC 195 ISO 11375 EN 791
quarrying, and other applications
2.5 Diaphragm walling equipment ISO/TC 127 ISO 11375
2.6 Others — — —
3 Equipment for preparing, conveying and compaction of concrete, mortar
and processing reinforcement
Technical International European
Committee Standard standard
3.1 Equipment for storage of
ISO/TC 195 — —
materials
3.2 Machines and equipment for
ISO 11375 EN 12151
concrete mix production
3.2.1 Concrete mixing plants
ISO/TC 195
ISO 11375
3.2.2 Concrete mix batching plants
ISO 18650-1
3.2.3 Concrete mixers
3.3 Machinery and equipment for
concrete mix transport from the producer
to jobsite
3.3.1 Truck mixers
ISO/TC 195 ISO 11375 —
3.3.2 Truck mixers with concrete pumps
or belt conveyors
3.3.3 Concrete transport skips
3.4 Machinery and equipment for
conveying concrete mix to final location ISO 11375 EN 12001
on the job site
ISO/TC 195
3.4.1 Concrete pumps ISO 11375
ISO 21573-1
3.4.2 Tower-mounted concrete mix
ISO 11375 —
distributing booms
3.4.3 Self-loading mobile mixers — —
ISO/TC 195
3.4.4 Concrete dumpers ISO 11375 —
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Technical International European
Committee Standard standard
3.4.5 Truck-mounted belt conveyors
— —
for concrete
3.4.6 Feeders of fresh concrete and mortar ISO 11375 —
ISO/TC 195
3.4.7 Concrete buckets and concrete mix
ISO 11375 —
transfer tanks
3.4.8 Concrete spraying machines ISO 21592 —
3.5 Machines and equipment for
placing concrete mix at its final location
3.5.1 Horizontal concrete mix distributors —
3.5.2 Concrete compactors: internal,
external and surface vibrators
ISO/TC 195 EN 12001
3.5.3 Floor screeding and compaction
ISO 11375
equipment
3.5.4 Floating machines
3.5.5 Concrete vacuum treatment units
3.6 Machines for plastering
3.6.1 Plastering units for cement-lime
mortars
3.6.2 Spraying unit for plaster like coats
3.6.3 Plastering units for gypsum mortars
ISO/TC 195 ISO 11375 EN 12001
3.6.4 Equipment for storing and
transporting dry mortar
3.6.5 Mortar mixers and pumps
3.6.6 Mortar rending units
3.6.7 Float finish device
3.7 Formworks and moulds ISO/TC 195 ISO 11375 EN 12812
3.8 Adjustable telescopic steel props ISO/TC 195 — EN 1065
3.9 Machinery and equipment for
reinforcement work
3.9.1 Steel bar bending/cutting machines
ISO/TC 195 — —
3.9.2 Steel mesh bending/cutting
machines
3.9.3 Equipment for welding and fixation
bars
3.10 Equipment used for production of
prestressed and postensioned concrete ISO/TC 195 ISO 11375 —
elements
3.11 Others — — —
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4 Lifting machinery and equipment
Technical International European
Committee Standard standard
4.1 Tower cranes
4.1.1 Stationary
4.1.2 Rail-mounted
ISO 4306-1
ISO/TC 96 —
4.1.3 Track (moving on track)
ISO 4306-3
4.1.4 Climbing cranes (moving up with
erected building structure)
4.1.5 Quick-assembling (self-erecting)
4.2 Mobile cranes
4.2.1 Truck mounted ISO 4306-1
ISO/TC 96 —
ISO 4306-2
4.2.2 Terrain wheeled
4.2.3 Crawler
4.3 Derrick cranes ISO/TC 96 ISO 4306-1 —
4.4 Off-shore cranes ISO/TC 96 — —
4.5 Cable type cranes ISO/TC 96 ISO 4306-1 —
4.6 Gantry cranes ISO/TC 96 ISO 4306-1 —
4.7 Small capacity portable cranes,
gantries and winches (up to 2500N lifting ISO/TC 96 — —
capacity)
4.8 Variable-reach trucks
4.8.1 Industrial trucks
ISO/TC 110 ISO 5053 —
4.8.2 Variable reach rough-terrain forklift
trucks (tele-handlers)
4.9 Building hoists —
4.9.1 Builder's hoist for goods EN 12158-1
ISO/TC 178 — EN 12158-2
4.9.2 Builder's hoist for persons and
EN 12159
materials
4.10 Winches, pulley blocks, etc. TC96 — —
4.11 Lifting accessories
4.11.1 Lifting straps and slings ISO/TC 111 — —
4.11.2 Chains
4.11.3 Steel wire ropes ISO/TC 105 — —
4.11.4 Hooks ISO/TC 111 — —
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5 Access machinery and equipment
Technical International European
Committee Standard standard
5.1 Static scaffolds (stationary and EN 39:2001
portable) EN 12811-1
5.1.1 Tube coupler type
ISO/TC 195 —
5.1.2 Ladder type
5.1.3 Prefabricated elements (system EN 12810-1
scaffolds) EN 12810-2
5.2 Hanging scaffolds and cradles
ISO/TC 195 — —
5.2.1 Stationary
5.2.2 Mobile
5.3 Elevating work platforms
ISO/TC 214
5.3.1 Mast climbing ISO 16369 —
5.3.2 Mobile ISO 16368 —
EN 13331-1
5.4 Trench lining equipment ISO/TC 195 —
EN 13331-2
5.5 Others — — —
6 Equipment for installation, finishing work and maintenance
Technical International European
Committee Standard standard
6.1 Wallpaper preparation devices ISO/TC 195 ISO 11375
6.2 Facing works (ceramic tiles,
— — —
stoneware setting)
6.3 Painting and polishing equipment ISO/TC 195 ISO 11375 —
6.4 Machines for floor works ISO/TC 195 ISO 11375 —
6.5 Equipment for roof work (damp-
ISO/TC 195 ISO 11375 —
proofing machines)
6.6 Clean-up equipment ISO/TC 195 ISO 11375 —
6.7 Equipment for sanitary, electrical,
ISO/TC 195 — —
gas and air-conditioning installations
6.8 Equipment for fixing and
ISO/TC 195 — —
connecting
6.9 Others — — —
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