This document is applicable to rotating bonded abrasive products. It specifies requirements and/or measures for the removal or reduction of hazards resulting from the design and application of the abrasive products.
This document also contains procedures and tests for verification of compliance with the requirements as well as safety information for use, which is to be made available to the user by the manufacturer.
This document does not apply to superabrasive products and coated abrasive products.

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This document applies to superabrasives products containing natural or synthetic diamond or cBN (cubic boron nitride). It includes precision grinding and cutting-off wheels, non-precision cutting-off wheels, diamond wires, mounted points and other superabrasive products for non-precision grinding. It also applies to reconditioned superabrasive cutting-off wheels.
This document specifies requirements and/or measures for the removal or reduction of hazards resulting from the design and application of the superabrasive products.
This document contains also procedures and tests for verification of the compliance with the requirements as well as safety information for use, which will be made available to the user by the manufacturer.
This document does not apply to bonded abrasive products, coated abrasive products, rotating dressing tools, truers or any non-rotating superabrasive products.

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ISO 16090-1:2017 specifies the technical safety requirements and protective measures for the design, construction and supply (including installation and dismantling, with arrangements for transport and maintenance) of stationary milling machines (see 3.1.1), including machines capable of performing boring operations (see 3.1.2), machining centres and transfer machines which are intended to cut cold metal, and other non-combustible cold materials except for wood or materials with physical characteristics similar to those of wood as defined in ISO 19085‑1, and for glass, stone and engineered/agglomerated materials as defined in EN 14618.
ISO 16090-1:2017 covers the following machines:
a) manually, without numerical control, operated boring and milling machines (see 3.2.1, Group 1), e.g. knee and column type milling machines (see Figures C.1 and C.2);
b) manually, with limited numerical control, operated boring and milling machines (see 3.2.2, Group 2), e.g. profile and contouring milling machines (see Figures C.3 and C.4);
c) numerically controlled milling machines and machining centres (see 3.2.3, Group 3), e.g. automatic milling machines and milling centres, e.g. multi-spindle milling machines, gear-milling machines (see Figures C.5, C.6 and C.7);
d) transfer and special-purpose machines (see 3.2.4, Group 4), which are designed to process only pre-specified workpieces or limited range of similar workpieces by means of a predetermined sequence of machining operations and process parameters (see Figures C.8, C.9, C.10, C.11, C.12 and C.13).
ISO 16090-1:2017 also applies to machines fitted with the following devices/facilities:
- tool magazine(s);
- tool changer(s);
- workpiece handling mechanism(s);
- powered workpiece clamping mechanism(s);
- swarf/chip conveyor(s);
- power-operated door(s);
- additional equipment for turning;
- additional equipment for grinding.
When in this document the sole word "machine" or "machines" is being used, it is referred to all above-mentioned groups and types of machines.
ISO 16090-1:2017 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to this type of machinery which may occur during transportation, assembly and installation, setting, operation, cleaning and maintenance, troubleshooting, dismantling or disabling according to ISO 12100, when the machinery is used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
ISO 16090-1:2017 presumes accessibility to the machine from all directions and specifies access conditions to operator positions. It also applies to workpiece transfer devices including transport devices for loading/unloading when they form an integral part of the machine.

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ISO 16092-3:2017, in addition to ISO 16092‑1, specifies the technical safety requirements and measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, manufacture and supply of hydraulic presses which are intended to work cold metal or material partly made up of cold metal.
The presses covered by this document range in size from small high-speed machines with a single operator producing small workpieces to large relatively slow-speed machines with several operators and large complex workpieces.
ISO 16092-3:2017 deals with all significant hazards relevant for hydraulic presses when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). All the phases of the lifetime of the machinery as described in ISO 12100:2010, 5.4 have been taken into consideration.

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ISO 16092-1:2017 specifies technical safety requirements and measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, manufacture and supply of presses which are intended to work cold metal or material partly of cold metal, but which can be used in the same way to work other sheet materials (e.g. cardboard, plastic, rubber, leather, etc.).
NOTE 1 The design of a machine includes the study of the machine itself, taking into account all phases of the "life" of the machine mentioned in ISO 12100:2010, 5.4, and the drafting of the instructions related to all the above phases.
The requirements in this document take account of intended use, as defined in ISO 12100:2010, 3.23, as well as reasonably foreseeable misuse, as defined in ISO 12100:2010, 3.24. This document presumes access to the press from all directions, deals with all significant hazards during the various phases of the life of the machine described in Clause 4, and specifies the safety measures for both the operator and other exposed persons.
NOTE 2 All significant hazards means those identified or associated with presses at the time of the publication of this document.
ISO 16092-1:2017 applies to presses which can function independently and can also be used as a guide for the design of presses which are intended to be integrated in a manufacturing system.
The covered presses transmit force mechanically to cut, form, or work cold metal or other sheet materials by means of tools or dies attached to or operated by slides/ram in range in size from small high speed machines with a single operator producing small workpieces to large relatively slow speed machines with several operators and large workpieces.
ISO 16092-1:2017 does not cover machines whose principal designed purpose is:
a) metal cutting by guillotine;
b) attaching a fastener, e.g. riveting, stapling or stitching;
c) bending or folding by press brakes or folding machines;
d) straightening;
e) turret punch pressing;
f) extruding;
g) drop forging or drop stamping;
h) compaction of metal powder;
i) single purpose punching machines designed exclusively for profiles, e.g. used in the construction industry;
j) spot welding;
k) tube bending;
l) working by pneumatic hammer.
This document does not cover hazards related to the use of presses in explosive atmospheres.
ISO 16092-1:2017 covers the safety requirements related to the use of programmable electronic systems (PES) and programmable pneumatic systems (PPS).
ISO 16092-1:2017 is not applicable to presses which are manufactured before the date of its publication.
ISO 16092-1:2017 deals with the common significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to presses and ancillary devices which are intended to work cold metal or material partly of cold metal (see Clause 4). This document defines the common safety requirements for presses defined in this clause and shall be used in connection with other parts of the ISO 16092 series.
Specific hazards which are related to the type presses used are dealt with in ISO 16092‑2, ISO 16092‑3 and ISO 16092‑4.

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ISO 16093:2017 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events to sawing machines as defined in Clause 3, whose primary intended use is for sawing cold metal (ferrous and non-ferrous), or material partly of cold metal and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
ISO 16093:2017 is applicable to (metal) sawing machines which are manufactured after the date of publication of this document.
When additional processing (i.e. milling, boring, marking, finishing operation, etc.) is considered, this document can serve as a basis for safety requirements. For more detailed information, refer to the bibliography.
ISO 16093:2017 deals with noise hazards but does not provide a full noise test code. It is intended to draft such a code in the next revision of this document.
ISO 16093:2017 does not include requirements and safety measures for fire and explosion hazards. It is intended to deal with them in the next revision of this document.

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This European Standard is applicable to the following coated abrasive products and a combination of coated and non-woven abrasive products: flap wheels, flap discs, vulcanised fibre discs and spindle mounted flap wheels. It also applies to back-up pads for vulcanised fibre discs. These products are manufactured using the following abrasive grains: aluminium oxide, silicon carbide, diamond, or CBN.
This European Standard specifies requirements and/or measures for removal or reduction of hazards resulting from the design and application of the coated abrasive products and clamping devices.
This European Standard also contains procedures and tests for verification of compliance with the requirements as well as safety information for use, which is to be made available to the user by the manufacturer.
The hazards taken into consideration are listed in Clause 4 of this standard.
This European Standard does not apply to abrasive products entirely of non-woven web.

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ISO 16089:2015 specifies the requirements and/or measures to eliminate the hazards or reduce the risks in the following groups of stationary grinding machines which are designed primarily to shape metal by grinding:
Group 1: Manually controlled grinding machines without power operated axes and without numerical control.
Group 2: Manually controlled grinding machines with power operated axes and limited numerically controlled capability, if applicable.
Group 3: Numerically controlled grinding machines.
NOTE 1 For detailed information on the groups of grinding machines, see the definitions in 3.1 and 3.4.
NOTE 2 Requirements in this International Standard are, in general, applicable to all groups of grinding machines. If requirements are applicable to some special group(s) of grinding machines only, then the special group(s) of grinding machine(s) is/are specified.
This International Standard covers the significant hazards listed in Clause 4 and applies to ancillary devices (e.g. for workpieces, tools, and workpiece holding devices, handling devices), which are integral to the machine.
This International Standard also applies to machines which are integrated into an automatic production line or grinding cell inasmuch as the hazards and risks arising are comparable to those of machines working separately.
This International Standard also includes in Clause 7 a minimum list of safety-relevant information which the manufacturer has to provide to the user. See also ISO 12100:2010, Figure 2, which illustrates the interaction of manufacturer's and user's responsibility for the operational safety.
The user's responsibility to identify specific hazards (e.g. fire and explosion) and reduce the associated risks can be critical (e.g. whether the central extraction system is working correctly).
Where additional metalworking processes (e.g. milling, turning, laser processing) are involved, this International Standard can be taken as a basis for safety requirements. For specific information on hazards arising from other metalworking processes, which are covered by other International Standards, see the Bibliography.
This International Standard applies to machines that are manufactured after the date of issue of this International Standard.
This International Standard does not apply to stationary honing, polishing, and belt grinding machines and not to transportable motor-operated electric tools in accordance with IEC 61029‑2‑4 and IEC 61029‑2‑10.

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ISO 23125:2014 specifies the requirements and/or measures to eliminate the hazards or reduce the risks in the following groups of turning machines and turning centres, which are designed primarily to shape metal by cutting.
Group 1: Manually controlled turning machines without numerical control.
Group 2: Manually controlled turning machines with limited numerically controlled capability.
Group 3: Numerically controlled turning machines and turning centres.
Group 4: Single- or multi-spindle automatic turning machines.
It covers the significant hazards and applies to ancillary devices (e.g. for workpieces, tools and work clamping devices, handling devices and chip handling equipment), which are integral to the machine. ISO 23125:2014 also applies to machines which are integrated into an automatic production line or turning cell inasmuch as the hazards and risks arising are comparable to those of machines working separately.

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ISO 6103:2014 specifies the maximum permissible values of unbalances for bonded abrasive wheels with an outside diameter D ≥ 125 mm and maximum operating speed vs ≥ 16 m/s, in the as-delivered condition. It also specifies the method for measuring the unbalance and the practical method for testing whether a grinding wheel is acceptable or not.
It is applicable to bonded abrasive wheels in the as-delivered condition.
It is not applicable to diamond, cubic boron nitride or natural stone grinding wheels, or to centreless control wheels, lapping and disc wheels, ball wheels or glass grinding wheels.

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This European Standard specifies technical safety requirements and protective measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, manufacture and supply of hydraulic press brakes which are designed to work cold metal or material partly of metal and hereafter referred to as machines.
This European Standard also covers hydraulic press brakes, whose primary intended use is the cold working of metal, which are to be used in the same way to work other sheet materials such as cardboard or plastic.
The requirements in this European Standard take account of intended use, including foreseeable misuse as defined in 3.22 of EN ISO 12100-1:2003. This European Standard presumes access to the press brake from all directions, deals with the hazards described in Clause 4, and specifies the safety measures for both the operator and other exposed persons.
This European Standard also applies to:
- ancillary devices which are an integral part of the press brake, e.g. back gauges and adjustable front sheet supports;
- machines which are integrated into an automatic production line where the hazards and risk arising are comparable to those of machine working separately.
The requirements of this European Standard apply to all hydraulic press brakes whatever the technology used in their control system, e.g. electromechanical and/ or electronic.
This European Standard does not apply to machines whose principal designed purpose is:
a)   sheet folding by rotary action;
b)   tube and pipe bending by rotary action;
c)   roll bending.
This European Standard applies to machines built after the date of issue of this European Standard.
This European Standard does not cover the safety aspect of automatic loading and unloading equipment.
Some guidance how to take into account additional automatic loading and unloading equipment can be found in ISO 11161.

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This International Standard specifies safety requirements and/or protective measures, applicable to EDM equipment and EDM systems, such as - manually controlled EDM die sinking or EDM drilling machines, - numerically controlled EDM die sinking or EDM drilling machines, and - numerically controlled EDM wire cutting machines intended to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, construction, installation and/or supply of such equipment. This International Standard also includes information to be provided by the manufacturer to the user. This International Standard is not applicable to arc eroding and electro-chemical machining equipment. This International Standard takes account of the precondition of the intended use as well as the reasonably foreseeable misuse, in normal workshop environments and non-explosive atmospheres, including transportation, installation, setting, maintenance, repair and dismantling for removal or disposal of EDM equipment and EDM systems. This International Standard is also applicable to auxiliary devices essential for EDM processing. This International Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to EDM equipment and EDM systems, where they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This International Standard is intended to apply to machines manufactured after the date of publication of this International Standard.

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ISO 28881:2013 specifies safety requirements and/or protective measures, applicable to EDM equipment and EDM systems, such as manually controlled EDM die sinking or EDM drilling machines, numerically controlled EDM die sinking or EDM drilling machines and numerically controlled EDM wire cutting machines intended to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, construction, installation and/or supply of such equipment. It also includes information to be provided by the manufacturer to the user. It is not applicable to arc eroding and electro-chemical machining equipment.
ISO 28881:2013 takes account of the precondition of the intended use as well as the reasonably foreseeable misuse, in normal workshop environments and non-explosive atmospheres, including transportation, installation, setting, maintenance, repair and dismantling for removal or disposal of EDM equipment and EDM systems.
It is also applicable to auxiliary devices essential for EDM processing.
ISO 28881:2013 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to EDM equipment and EDM systems, where they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.
ISO 28881:2013 is intended to apply to machines manufactured after its date of publication.

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1.1   This European Standard specifies technical safety requirements and measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design as defined in 3.11 of EN 292-1:1991, manufacture and supply of guillotine shears which are intended to work cold metal or material partly of cold metal as defined in 3.1.7 and hereafter referred as machines.
1.2   This standard also covers guillotine shears whose primary intended use is to work cold metal, which are to be used in the same way to work other sheet materials (e.g. cardboard, plastic, rubber, leather).
1.3   The requirements in this standard take account of intended use, as defined in 3.12 of EN 292-1:1991. This standard presumes access to the guillotine shear from all directions, deals with the hazards described in clause 4, and specifies the safety requirements and/or protective measures for both the operator and other exposed persons.
1.4   This standard also applies to ancillary devices which are an integral part of the guillotine shear. This standard also applies to machines which are integrated into an automatic production line where the hazards and risk arising are comparable to those of machines working separately.
1.5   This standard includes guillotine shears in which energy is imparted to the blade by a number of means. e.g.:
a)   mechanically driven from a motor through a friction clutch;
b)   through a direct drive motor and brake;
c)   through hydraulic pressure;
d)   through pneumatic pressure.
1.6   This standard does not cover machines whose principal designed purpose is:
a)   cutting in other than a straight line (e.g. at nibbling machines);
b)   cutting by continuous action at crocodile shears (see 3.4).
1.7   This standard does not cover the safety requirements related to the use of PES or PPS. They will be dealt with at its next revision.
1.8   This standard is not applicable to machines which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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1.1   This standard specifies the technical safety requirements and measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, construction and supply (including installation and dismantling, with arrangements for transport and maintenance) of stationary drilling machines (see 3.1).
This standard covers both manual and automatic drilling machines. These include but are not limited to:
-   pedestal drilling machines (see figure A.1);
-   radial arm drilling machines (see figure A.2);
-   coordinate table drilling machines (see figure A.3);
-   horizontal spindle drilling machines (see figure A.4);
-   multi-spindle drilling machines (see figure A.5)
-   turret type drilling machines with manual control of turret index.
1.2   This standard takes account of intended use including reasonably foreseeable misuse, maintenance, cleaning, and setting operations.  It presumes access to the machine from all directions.  It describes means to reduce risks to operators and other exposed persons.
1.3   This standard also applies to workpiece transfer devices when they form an integral part of the machine.
1.4   This standard deals with significant hazards relevant to drilling machines when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see clause 4).
1.5   Hazards arising from other metal working processes (e.g. milling, grinding, turning, forming, EDM, laser processing) are covered by other standards (see Bibliography).
1.6   Automatic drilling machines with automatic tool changing capabilities are not covered by this standard (see prEN 12417:1996).
1.7   This standard is not applicable to drilling machines, which were manufactured before the date of publication by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard sets out the requirements and/or measures to remove the hazards and limit the risk on work holding chucks which are defined in 3.1.
This European standard covers all the hazards relevant to this component.
These hazards are listed in clause 4.
The requirements of this standard concern designers, manufacturers, suppliers and importers of work holding chucks.
This standard also includes information which the manufacturer shall provide to the user.
This standard is primarily directed to components which are manufactured after the date of issue of this standard.

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This document, in addition to ISO 16092-1, specifies the technical safety requirements and measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, manufacture and supply of pneumatic presses which are intended to work cold metal or material partly of cold metal.
This document deals with all significant hazards relevant for pneumatic presses, when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). All the phases of the lifetime of the machinery as described in ISO 12100:2010, 5.4, have been taken into consideration.

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This document, in addition to ISO 16092-1, specifies technical safety requirements and measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, manufacture and supply of the following groups of mechanical presses and mechanical press production systems:
— Group 1: Presses with a part revolution clutch(es);
— Group 2: Presses with a servo drive system (Mechanical servo presses).
NOTE 1 Requirements in this document are essentially applicable to both groups of the mechanical press. If a requirement applies to only one group, then the group is specified.
NOTE 2 Other types of motorized drive systems provide similar functionalities to what is commonly called "servo drives" or "servo motors", and as such their use is considered the same within the terms used in this document (e.g. variable frequency drive systems).
The presses covered by this document range in size from small high-speed machines with a single operator producing small workpieces to large relatively slow-speed machines with several operators and large complex workpieces.
This document deals with all significant hazards relevant to mechanical presses and ancillary devices (e.g. moving die cushions, work-piece ejectors, feeding and transfer systems) which are integral to the machine, when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). All phases of the machine life cycle as described in ISO 12100:2010, 5.4 have been taken into consideration.
NOTE 2 All significant hazards means those identified or associated with presses at the time of the publication of this document.
In addition to machines not covered by ISO 16092-1:2017, this document does not cover machines which:
a) transmit energy to impart press slide motion by using hydraulic or pneumatic means;
b) have two or more slides moving in different angular orientations from each other;
NOTE 3 This document applies to presses which have two or more slides moving in the same angular orientations, e.g. a press which has inner and outer slides.
c) transmit energy to impart press slide motion by using a linear motor mechanism(s).

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This standard deals with the principle hazards arising from use of milling cutters, e.g. milling cutters according to ISO 3855, used for high speed machining (chip removal machining at increased peripheral speeds) on metal working machine tools and prescribes safety requirements.
It specifies design methods, centrifugal force test procedures, operational limits and the provision of information that will lead to minimisation or elimination of these hazards.
The standard is applicable to milling cutters which are intended for operation at speeds in accordance with figures 1 and 2.
These figures respectively define the rotational speed limits and peripheral speed limits for specific cutter diameters.
NOTE  A detailed explanation is provided in annex B.

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This Part of this European Standard specifies safety requirements for power- driven brushes. Excluded from this standard are power-driven brushes made for a specialized application and designed exclusively for that purpose (such as those given in 3.10 to 3.21 prEN 1083-1).

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This part of this European Standard defines terms used to describe power- driven brushes and gives the nomenclature of power-driven brush products. This standard also provides the necessary definitions for the purpose of other European Standards for power-driven brushes. It does not include brushes for vehicle washing plants, vacuum cleaners, floor cleaning machines, gutter and street cleaning brushes, dental brushes, brushes with tapered bores nor brushes designed for special applications.

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2020-12-11 JF: after the exchange with the TC on 2020-12-11 the link to the Machinery Directive and M/396 was introduced in the database.

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Amendment:
During revision of EN 12413:1999 an editorial simplification of the table with the scope of inspection (EN 12413:1999, Table 14) had been decided (see meeting report, document CEN/TC 143/WG 2 N 132). However this simplification led to a tightening of the scope of inspection for "all other abrasive products" in EN 12413:2007, Table 7 which was not covered by the compilation of comments table (document CEN/TC 143/WG 2 N 133) and no technical reason can be seen for this tightening of requirements.
Scope of EN 12413:2007:
This standard is applicable to rotating bonded abrasive products. It specifies requirements and/or measures for the removal or reduction of hazards resulting from the design and application of the abrasive products.
This standard also contains procedures and tests for verification of compliance with the requirements as well as safety information for use, which is to be made available to the user by the manufacturer.
The hazards taken into consideration are listed in Clause 4 of this standard.
This standard does not apply to superabrasives and coated abrasive products.

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Amending the safety signs

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2021-06-14 JF: CEN and ISO/TCs have resolved the assessment by introducing technical changes. They are expected to finalise the redrafting by 2021-06-18.
LoC of the FV draft was received on 2021-02-20

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This European Standard is applicable to the following superabrasive products: precision superabrasive grinding and cutting-off wheels, non-precision cutting-off wheels, diamond wires, mounted points and other superabrasive products for non-precision grinding. It also applies to reconditioned superabrasive cutting-off wheels.
This European Standard specifies requirements and/or measures for the removal or reduction of hazards resulting from the design and application of the superabrasive products.
This European Standard contains also procedures and tests for verification of the compliance with the requirements as well as safety information for use which is to be made available to the user by the manufacturer.
The hazards taken into consideration are listed in Clause 4.
This European Standard does not apply to bonded abrasive products, coated abrasive products, rotating dressing tools, truers nor any non-rotating superabrasive products.

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This standard is applicable to rotating bonded abrasive products. It specifies requirements and/or measures for the removal or reduction of hazards resulting from the design and application of the abrasive products.
This standard also contains procedures and tests for verification of compliance with the requirements as well as safety information for use, which is to be made available to the user by the manufacturer.
The hazards taken into consideration are listed in Clause 4 of this standard.
This standard does not apply to superabrasives and coated abrasive products.

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This European Standard only applies to superabrasives products containing natural or synthetic diamond or cBN (cubic boron Nitride). It includes precision grinding and cutting-off wheels, non-precision cutting-off wheels, diamond wires, mounted points and other superabrasive products for non-precision grinding. It also applies to reconditioned superabrasive cutting-off wheels.
This European Standard specifies requirements and/or measures for the removal or reduction of hazards resulting from the design and application of the superabrasive products.
This European Standard contains also procedures and tests for verification of the compliance with the requirements as well as safety information for use which is to be made available to the user by the manufacturer.
The hazards taken into consideration are listed in Clause 4.
This European Standard does not apply to bonded abrasive products, coated abrasive products, rotating dressing tools, truers nor any non-rotating superabrasive products.

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2010-02-01 EMA: Consultants assigned following e-mail from PM received on 2010-02-01.
TC - Modifications for corrections concerning Clauses 2, 5 and 7 and Annex D n the E reference version and in the same clauses and in the final Bibliography in the D and F reference versions.
2013: Originator of XML version: first setup pilot of CCMC in 2012

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TC - Corrections in:
- Subclause 7.3 and Annex C of the E reference version;
- Subclauses 5.2 and 7.3 of the F reference version;
- Subclause 5.2 and Annex C of the D reference version.

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1.1   This standard specifies the technical safety requirements and measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, construction and supply (including installation and dismantling, with arrangements for transport and maintenance) of milling machines (see 3.1) including machines capable of performing boring operations (see 3.5).
Machines covered by this standard include but are not limited to:
-   knee and column type milling machines (see figures C.1, C.2);
-   bed-type milling machines (see figure C.3);
-   multi-spindle milling machines (see figures C.4 and C.5);
-   plano-milling machines (see figures C.4 and C.5);
-   profile and contouring milling machines (see figure C.6),
-   milling and boring machines (see figure C.7).
1.2   This standard takes account of intended use including reasonably foreseeable misuse, maintenance, cleaning, and setting operations.  It presumes access to the machine from all directions.  It describes means to reduce risks to operators and other exposed persons.
1.3   This standard also applies to workpiece transfer devices when they form an integral part of the machine.
1.4   This standard deals with significant hazards relevant to milling machines when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see clause 4).
1.5   Hazards arising from other metal working processes (e.g. grinding, turning, forming, EDM, laser processing) are covered by other standards (see Bibliography).
1.6   Milling machines with automatic tool changing capabilities are not covered by this standard (see
prEN 12417:1996).
1.7   This standard is not applicable to milling machines which were manufactured before the date of publication by CEN of this standard.

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1.1   This standard specifies the technical safety requirements and protective measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, construction and supply (including installation and dismantling, with arrangements for transport and maintenance) of machining centres (see 3.1).
1.2   This standard takes account of intended use including reasonably foreseeable misuse, maintenance, cleaning, and setting operations. It presumes access to the machine from all directions. It describes means to reduce risks to operators and other exposed persons.
1.3   This standard also applies to the workpiece transfer devices when they form an integral part of the machine.
1.4   This standard deals with significant hazards relevant to machining centres when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see clause 4).
1.5   Hazards arising from other metal working processes (e.g. grinding, turning, forming, EDM, laser processing) are covered by other standards (see Bibliography).
1.6   This standard applies to machines which are manufactured after (its date of publication).

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1.1   This standard specifies the technical safety requirements and protective measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, construction and supply (including information which must be provided for installation and dismantling, with arrangements for transport and maintenance) of transfer and special purpose machines (see 3.1). These machines are designed to process only a pre-specified metal or analogous material workpiece, or limited family of similar workpieces by means of a predetermined sequence of machining operations and process parameters.
1.2   This standard takes account of intended use, including reasonably foreseeable misuse, maintenance, cleaning, and setting operations. It specifies access arrangements to machining positions and manual load/unload stations (see 3.4).  It presumes access to the machine from all directions.  It describes means to reduce risks to operators and other exposed persons.
1.3   This standard also applies to transport devices for workpiece load/unload when they form an integral part of the machine.
1.4   This standard deals with significant hazards relevant to transfer and special purpose machines when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see clause 4).  The safety requirements and/or protective measures to prevent or minimise those hazards identified in Table 1 and procedures for verification of these requirements or measures are found in clause 5. Safety requirements and/or measures are not specified for: Fire and Explosion
1.5   Where machines employ processes which are covered by other standards (e.g. grinding, turning, forming, EDM, laser processing), the requirements of those standards should be applied (see Bibliography).
1.6   This standard applies to machines which are manufactured after publication of this standard by CEN.

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1.1   This standard specifies technical safety requirements and measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design (as defined in 3.11 of EN 292-1:1991), manufacture and supply of hydraulic presses which are intended to work cold metal or material partly of cold metal.
1.2   This standard also covers presses, whose primary intended use is to work cold metal, which are to be used in the same way to work other sheet materials (such as cardboard, plastic, rubber or leather), and metal powder.
1.3   The requirements in this standard take account of intended use, as defined in 3.12 of EN 292-1:1991. This standard presumes access to the press from all directions, deals with the hazards described in clause 4, and specifies the safety measures for both the operator and other exposed persons.
1.4   This standard also applies to ancillary devices which are an integral part of the press. For the safeguarding of integrated manufacturing systems using presses, see also ISO 11161.
1.5   This standard does not cover machines whose principal designed purpose is:
a)   sheet metal cutting by guillotine;
b)   attaching a fastener, e.g. riveting, stapling or stitching;
c)   bending or folding;
d)   straightening;
e)   turret punch pressing;
f)   extruding;
g)   drop forging or drop stamping;
h)   compaction of metal powder;
i)   single purpose punching machines designed exclusively for profiles, e.g. for the construction industry.
1.6   This standard is applicable to machines built after its date of issue.

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1.1   This European Standard specifies technical safety requirements and protective measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design as defined in 3.11 of EN 292-1:1991, manufacture and supply of pneumatic presses the intended use of which is the cold working of metal or material partly of metal as defined in 3.1.13 and hereafter referred as machines.
This standard also applies to machines which are integrated into an automatic production line where the hazards and risk arising are comparable to those of machines working separately.
1.2   This standard also covers pneumatic presses:
   whose primary intended use is the cold working of metal, which are to be used in the same way to work other sheet materials (e.g. cardboard, plastic, rubber, leather) and metal powder;
   with an intermediate pneumatic/hydraulic intensifier.
1.3   The requirements in this standard take account of intended use, as defined in 3.12 of EN 292-1:1991. This standard presumes access to the press from all directions, deals with the hazards described in clause 4, and specifies the safety measures for both the operator and other exposed persons.
1.4   This standard also applies to ancillary devices which are an integral part of the press. This standard also applies to machines which are integrated into an automatic production line where the hazards and risk arising are comparable to those of machines working separately.
1.5   This standard does not cover machines whose principal designed purpose is:
a)   sheet metal cutting by guillotine;
b)   bending or folding by pneumatic press brakes or folding machines;
c)   spot welding;
d)   tube bending;
e)   straightening;
f)   drop stamping;
g)   working by pneumatic hammer;
h)   compaction of metal powder.
Special pneumatic machines for assemblying or calibrating are not covered but this standard may be used as a basis for there machines.
1.6   This standard does not cover the safety requirements related to the use of PES or PPS. They will be dealt with a

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1.1   This European Standard specifies technical safety requirements and measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, manufacture and supply of mechanical presses with part revolution clutch hereinafter called presses which are intended to work cold metal or material partly of cold metal.
NOTE   The design of a machine includes the study of the machine itself, taking into account all phases of its “life”, i.e. construction, transport and commission (including assembly, installation and adjustment), use (including setting, teaching/programming or process changeover, operation, cleaning, fault finding and maintenance) and de-commissioning, dismantling and, as far as safety is concerned, disposal, and the drafting of the instructions related to all above-mentioned phases of the “life” of the machine (except construction), dealt with it in 6.5 of EN ISO 12100-2:2003.
1.2   This European Standard also covers presses, whose primary intended use is to work cold metal, which are to be used in the same way to work other sheet materials (such as cardboard, plastic, rubber or leather), and metal powder.
1.3   The requirements in this standard take account of intended use, as defined in 3.22 of EN ISO 12100-1:2003. This standard presumes access to the press from all directions, deals with the hazards during the various phases of the life of the machine described in clause 4, and specifies the safety measures for both the operator and other exposed persons.
1.4   This European Standard also applies to ancillary devices which are an integral part of the press. This standard also applies to machines which are integrated into an automatic production line where the hazards and risk arising are comparable to those of machines working separately.
1.5   This European Standard does not cover mechanical presses with full revolution clutch.
1.6   This European Standard does not cover machines whose principal designed purpose is:
a)   sheet metal cutting by guillotine;
b)   attaching a

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2010-02-01 EMA: Consultants assigned following e-mail from PM received on 2010-02-01.
TC - Modifications/corrections in the E mother standard and in the two other reference versions regarding references to EN 954-1 in Clauses 2 and 5.

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1.1   This standard specifies the safety requirements and measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, construction and supply (including installation, setting–up, maintenance, and repair) of machines whose primary intended use is for sawing cold metal (ferrous and non-ferrous), or material partly of cold metal, by means of a saw blade.
1.2   This standard takes into account the intended use, reasonably foreseeable misuse, machine setting and blade fitting, maintenance and cleaning, and their effects on the safety of operators and other exposed persons. It presumes access to the machine from all directions at floor level and addresses both normal operation and unexpected or unintended starting.
1.3   This standard applies to the ancillary devices which form an integral part of the machine. Where such devices are not an integral part of the machine, the designer, manufacturer or supplier of the installation should take into account their intended use, and should make provision for the safe linking of such devices with the machine.
1.4   This standard applies to (metal) sawing machines which are manufactured after the date of publication by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard is applicable to the following coated abrasive products: flap wheels, flap discs, vulcanised
fibre discs and spindle mounted flap wheels. It also applies to back-up pads for vulcanised fibre discs.
This European Standard specifies requirements and/or measures for removal or reduction of hazards resulting from
the design and application of the coated abrasive products and clamping devices.
This European Standard also contains procedures and tests for verification of compliance with the requirements as
well as safety information for use, which is to be made available to the user by the manufacturer.
The hazards taken into consideration are listed in Clause 4 of this standard.
This European Standard does not apply to non-woven web abrasive products, bonded abrasive products and
superabrasive products.

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This European Standard is applicable to the following superabrasive products: precision superabrasive grinding and cutting-off wheels, non-precision cutting-off wheels, diamond wires, mounted points and other superabrasive products for non-precision grinding. It also applies to reconditioned superabrasive cutting-off wheels.
This European Standard specifies requirements and/or measures for the removal or reduction of hazards resulting from the design and application of the superabrasive products.
This European Standard contains also procedures and tests for verification of the compliance with the requirements as well as safety information for use which is to be made available to the user by the manufacturer.
The hazards taken into consideration are listed in Clause 4.
This European Standard does not apply to bonded abrasive products, coated abrasive products, rotating dressing tools, truers nor any non-rotating superabrasive products.

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This Standard specifies safety the technical safety requirements and /or protective measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, construction and supply (including installation and dismantling, arrangements for transport and maintenance) of stationary grinding machines as defined in 3.1 and 3.2 and  intended to be used for the grinding of workpieces of cold metal.
This Standard deals with the significant hazards listed in 4.
This standard does not apply to honing, polishing and belt grinding machines.
This standard applies to machines which are manufactured after the date of issue of this standard .

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ISO 23125:2010 specifies the requirements and/or measures to eliminate the hazards or reduce the risks in the following groups of turning machines and turning centres, which are designed primarily to shape metal by cutting.
– Group 1: Manually controlled turning machines without numerical control.
– Group 2: Manually controlled turning machines with limited numerically controlled capability.
– Group 3: Numerically controlled turning machines and turning centres.
– Group 4: Single- or multi-spindle automatic turning machines.

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ISO 6103:2005 specifies the maximum permissible values of unbalances for various grinding wheels of ISO 603-1 to ISO 603-9 and ISO 603-12 to ISO 603-16 in the as-delivered condition, with an outside diameter greater than 115 mm and maximum operating speed greater than or equal to 16 m/s. It also specifies the method for measuring the unbalance and the practical method for testing whether a grinding wheel is acceptable or not.
ISO 6103:2005 is applicable to bonded abrasive grinding wheels in the as-delivered condition. It is not applicable to diamond, cubic boron nitride or natural stone grinding wheels, or centreless control wheels, lapping and disc wheels, ball wheels or glass grinding wheels.

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This European Standard specifies technical safety requirements and protective measures to be adopted by persons undertaking the design, manufacture and supply of hydraulic press brakes which are designed to work cold metal or material partly of metal and hereafter referred to as machines.
This European Standard also covers hydraulic press brakes, whose primary intended use is the cold working of metal, which are to be used in the same way to work other sheet materials such as cardboard or plastic.
The requirements in this European Standard take account of intended use, including foreseeable misuse as defined in 3.22 of EN ISO 12100-1:2003. This European Standard presumes access to the press brake from all directions, deals with the hazards described in Clause 4, and specifies the safety measures for both the operator and other exposed persons.
This European Standard also applies to:
- ancillary devices which are an integral part of the press brake, e.g. back gauges and adjustable front sheet supports;
- machines which are integrated into an automatic production line where the hazards and risk arising are comparable to those of machine working separately.
The requirements of this European Standard apply to all hydraulic press brakes whatever the technology used in their control system, e.g. electromechanical and/ or electronic.
This European Standard does not apply to machines whose principal designed purpose is:
a)   sheet folding by rotary action;
b)   tube and pipe bending by rotary action;
c)   roll bending.
This European Standard applies to machines built after the date of issue of this European Standard.
This European Standard does not cover the safety aspect of automatic loading and unloading equipment.
Some guidance how to take into account additional automatic loading and unloading equipment can be found in ISO 11161.

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