Assembly, adjustment and inspection of an alpine ski/binding/boot (S-B-B) system

ISO 11088:2015 specifies assembly, adjustment and inspection procedures for the binding mechanisms of skis, integrating in a practical way, the requirements of those International Standards which are related to skis, bindings and boots. It is intended for all individuals and institutions concerned with those procedures, and especially for sports retailers. It is applicable to a ski/binding/boot system (S-B-B) for alpine skiing, of which at least one component is owned by the user. NOTE In the case where the two components (SB and B) are rented, ISO 13993 gives a method of measurement by sampling as an alternative to systematic measurement, before delivery to the end-user.

Montage, réglage et contrôle d'un ensemble ski/fixation/chaussure (SFC) pour skis alpins

Sestavljanje, nastavitev in nadzor nad sistemom smuči/vezi/čevlji (S-B-B) za alpsko smučanje

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Status
Replaced
Publication Date
02-Dec-2015
Withdrawal Date
02-Dec-2015
Current Stage
6060 - International Standard published
Start Date
01-Oct-2015
Completion Date
03-Dec-2015

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 11088
Fifth edition
2015-12-15
Assembly, adjustment and inspection
of an alpine ski/binding/boot
(S-B-B) system
Montage, réglage et contrôle d’un ensemble ski/fixation/chaussure
(SFC) pour skis alpins
Reference number
ISO 11088:2015(E)
ISO 2015
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ISO 11088:2015(E)
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ISO 11088:2015(E)
Contents Page

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

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

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

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

4 Skier’s parameters ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 3

4.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3

4.2 Weight method ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3

5 Equipment parameters .................................................................................................................................................................................. 3

5.1 Choice of new equipment .............................................................................................................................................................. 3

5.2 Visual inspection and preparation of used equipment ........................................................................................ 3

5.3 Assembly ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

5.4 Binding-to-boot fitting adjustments ..................................................................................................................................... 4

5.5 Initial indicator adjustment ......................................................................................................................................................... 4

5.6 Functional check (inspection of functions) .................................................................................................................... 4

5.7 Measurement of release moment ........................................................................................................................................... 4

5.8 Report ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5

Annex A (normative) Definition of skier type ............................................................................................................................................. 6

Annex B (normative) Method of setting ............................................................................................................................................................ 8

Annex C (normative) Flow chart ............................................................................................................................................................................10

Annex D (normative) Clean versus lubricated diagnostic test for boot/binding compatibility ..........11

Annex E (normative) Drill .............................................................................................................................................................................................12

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................13

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ISO 11088:2015(E)
Foreword

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The committee responsible for this document is ISO/TC 83, Sports and other recreational facilities and

equipment, Subcommittee SC 4, Snowsports equipment.

This fifth edition cancels and replaces the fourth edition (ISO 11088:2006), which has been technically

revised where Annex F (informative) has been removed.
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ISO 11088:2015(E)
Introduction

International Standards exist for the components of the alpine ski/binding/boot (S-B-B) system, mainly

intended for the component manufacturers. An International Standard (ISO 8061) also exists for the

selection of release moments. The present International Standard is intended primarily for retailers.

However, its aim is to include in one text the different phases of the choice of components, their

assembly, adjustment and inspection in the form of practical procedures, and to provide tolerances for

inspection and adjustment.

The inspection procedures and tolerances described in this International Standard apply to the

condition of the S-B-B system before it leaves the ski shop and are not intended to be used to judge the

condition of the equipment once it is put into use.
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 11088:2015(E)
Assembly, adjustment and inspection of an alpine ski/
binding/boot (S-B-B) system
1 Scope

This International Standard specifies assembly, adjustment and inspection procedures for the binding

mechanisms of skis, integrating in a practical way, the requirements of those International Standards

which are related to skis, bindings and boots.

It is intended for all individuals and institutions concerned with those procedures, and especially for

sports retailers.

It is applicable to a ski/binding/boot system (S-B-B) for alpine skiing, of which at least one component

is owned by the user.

NOTE In the case where the two components (SB and B) are rented, ISO 13993 gives a method of

measurement by sampling as an alternative to systematic measurement, before delivery to the end-user.

2 Normative references

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are

indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated

references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

ISO 5355, Alpine ski-boots — Requirements and test methods
ISO 8061:2015, Alpine ski-bindings — Selection of release torque values

ISO 8364, Alpine skis and bindings — Binding mounting area — Requirements and test methods

ISO 9462, Alpine ski-bindings — Requirements and test methods

ISO 9523, Touring ski-boots for adults — Interface with touring ski-bindings — Requirements and test methods

ISO 11087, Alpine ski-bindings — Retention devices — Requirements and test methods

ISO 11110, Winter-sports equipment — Test devices for the setting of the functional unit ski/boot/

binding — Requirements and tests
ISO 13992, Alpine touring ski-bindings — Requirements and test methods
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
3.1
fitting adjustment

procedure required to obtain geometric compatibility and correct functioning of different components

3.2
indicator value
Z-mark
release indicator value marked on the binding in accordance with ISO 9462
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3.3
skier type

release adjustment criteria pertaining to the type of skiing to be undertaken, as assessed by the skier in

accordance with Table A.1

Note 1 to entry: The designations L, A, S, which were used in ISO 8061:1984, have been replaced by types 1, 2 and

3, respectively, in ISO 8061:1991 and in ISO 8061:2004.

Note 2 to entry: If the skier desires a setting outside the tolerances of this International Standard, he or she can

select such a setting at his or her own discretion. Ski-binding manufacturers should provide guidelines to shops

and skiers regarding the recommended magnitude of such changes. Skiers should be clearly informed when these

changes result in release values above the upper limit or below the lower limit defined in ISO 8061.

3.4
initial indicator position

release indicator position of the binding corresponding with the instructions given in Table B.1

3.5 Release moment (values) M and M
Z Y
3.5.1
selected individual release moment
reference moment
〈for a given skier〉 release moment determined in accordance with ISO 8061
3.5.2
measured release moment

〈for a given S-B-B system〉 average or middle quantitative value of three consecutive release

measurements in the same direction on the same unit
Note 1 to entry: It is expressed in newton metres.
3.6
deviation accepted for the setting
inspection tolerance

maximum difference between the measured release moment (3.5.2) and the selected individual release

moment (3.5.1)

Note 1 to entry: This difference, which may be reduced by the setting, is limited for M to ±15 % or 3 N⋅m

(whichever is greater), and for M to ±15 % or 10 N⋅m (whichever is greater).
3.7
release adjustment

procedure for making the measured M and M values coincide with the selected individual M and M

Z Y Z Y
values within the limits stated in Table B.1
3.8
trouble-shooting procedures
additional procedures recommended by the equipment manufacturer
3.9
deviation accepted for the re-adjustment
re-adjustment tolerance

maximum difference between the measured release moment (3.5.2) at the initial indicator position (3.4)

and the selected individual release moment (3.5.1)

Note 1 to entry: This difference, which may be reduced by re-adjustment, is limited for M to ±30 % or 6 N⋅m

(whichever is greater), and for M to ±30 % or 10 N⋅m (whichever is greater).
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4 Skier’s parameters
4.1 General

The individual release moment values are given in ISO 8061. The following procedure using discrete

values may be considered as an acceptable approximation of the basic functions of ISO 8061.

4.2 Weight method
4.2.1 Determine the skier’s parameters with the following:
— mass (weight);
— height;
— type (according to Annex A);
— age;
— sole length if necessary.
4.2.2 Using Table B.1, choose the individual r
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