This European Standard defines the terms and specifies the requirements, means of categorisation, test methods, minimum labelling requirements and instructions for use, for ignition devices (except ignition devices for pyrotechnic articles for vehicles) of the following generic types:
-  igniters;
-  components for pyrotechnic trains;
-  pyrotechnic Cords and fuses;
-  delay fuses;
-  fuzes.
NOTE   Safety fuses are subject to Directive 93/15/EEC and therefore not considered in this European Standard.
This European Standard does not apply for articles containing pyrotechnic compositions that include any of the following substances:
-  arsenic or arsenic compounds;
-  polychlorobenzenes;
-  mercury compounds;
-  white phosphorus;
-  picrates or picric acid.
This European Standard does not apply to pyrotechnic articles containing blasting agents and military explosives except black powder and flash composition.

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This European Standard specifies test methods. It is applicable to fireworks in categories F1, F2 and F3 according to EN 15947 2:2015.

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This European Standard defines various terms relating to the design, construction, primary packaging and testing of fireworks of categories F1, F2 and F3.

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This European Standard establishes a system for dividing fireworks into categories and types. It is applicable to fireworks in categories F1, F2 and F3.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for construction, performance and primary or selection packaging of fireworks. It is applicable to fireworks in categories F1, F2 and F3 according to EN 15947 2:2015.
This European Standard does not apply for articles containing detonative explosives except for black powder or flash composition.
This European Standard does not apply for articles containing pyrotechnic composition that includes any of the following substances:
-   arsenic or arsenic compounds;
-   hexachlorobenzene;
-   mixtures containing a mass fraction of chlorates greater than 80 %;
-   mixtures of chlorates with metals;
-   mixtures of chlorates with red phosphorus (except when used in Christmas crackers, party poppers or snaps);
-   mixtures of chlorates with potassium hexacyanoferrate(II);
-   mixtures of chlorates with sulfur (these mixtures are allowed for friction heads only);
-   mixtures of chlorates with sulfides;
-   lead or lead compounds;
-   mercury compounds;
-   white phosphorus;
-   picrates or picric acid;
-   potassium chlorate with a mass fraction of bromates greater than 0,15 %;
-   sulfur with an acidity, expressed in mass fraction of sulphuric acid, greater than 0,002 %;
-   zirconium with a particle size of less than 40 µm.

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This European Standard specifies minimum labelling requirements for the article and primary or selection packaging of fireworks. It is applicable to fireworks in categories F1, F2 and F3 according to EN 15947-2:2015.

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This European Standard defines the procedure for categorization of other pyrotechnic articles except pyrotechnic articles for vehicles, ignition devices and cartridges for powder actuated tools (PAT).

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This European Standard defines various terms relating to the design, construction, performances, labelling and testing of other pyrotechnic articles as defined by Directive 2007/23/EC on the placing on the market of pyrotechnic articles (except pyrotechnic articles for vehicles, cartridges for powder actuated tools and ignition devices).

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the construction and performances of other pyrotechnic articles, except pyrotechnic articles for vehicles, ignition devices and cartridges for powder actuated tools (PAT), of the following generic types:
-   flares;
-   flash devices;
-   gas generators;
-   heaters;
-   other cartridges;
-   pyromechanical devices;
-   rockets and rocket motors;
-   semi-finished pyrotechnic articles;
-   smoke / aerosol generators;
-   sound emitters;
-   pyrotechnic liquid dispersers.
This European Standard does not apply for articles containing pyrotechnic compositions that include any of the following substances:
-   arsenic or arsenic compounds;
-   polychlorobenzenes;
-   mercury compounds;
-   lead compounds (except for those included in ignition devices);
-   white phosphorus;
-   picrates or picric acid.
This European Standard does not apply to pyrotechnic articles that contain detonative explosives other than black powder and/or flash composition, if these detonative explosives:
-   can be easily extracted from the pyrotechnic article, or;
-   can initiate secondary explosives, or;
-   can function in a detonative manner although the article is not designed to detonate and the article belongs to the category P2.

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This European Standard specifies test methods for other pyrotechnic articles (except pyrotechnic articles for vehicles, cartridges for powder actuated tools and ignition devices).

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This European Standard specifies the minimum labelling requirements and the mandatory instructions for use for other pyrotechnic articles (except pyrotechnic articles for vehicles, cartridges for powder actuated tools and ignition devices).

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This European Standard defines the procedures for classifying, testing and labelling of cartridges for powder actuated tools (PAT cartridges), as defined in Clause 3 of this standard.
This European Standard does not apply to pyrotechnic articles containing blasting agents and military explosives except black powder and flash composition.
PAT cartridges contain pyrotechnic composition(s) delivering mainly gases, intended to propel a piston. The piston propels fasteners (e.g. nails) or drives hard marking characters into appropriate materials.
This standard also applies to PAT cartridges sold to persons younger than 18 years, if this is permitted by the member state due to the low hazard of the PAT cartridges.
NOTE   PAT cartridges can also be used for hard marking tools. Information on cartridge operated fixing and hard marking tools can be found in EN 15895:2011.
This European Standard applies to the cartridges listed in Table 1.
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ISO 14451-5:2013 specifies the types and order of tests for application to the airbag gas generators and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-5:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-5:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-8:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the igniter and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-8:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-8:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-4:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to micro gas generators and sets out the associated acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-4:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-4:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14551-6:2013 specifies the types and order of tests for application to the airbag modules and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14551-6:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14551-6:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commerical blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-9:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the actuators and sets out the associated acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-9:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-9:2013 is not applicable to articles conaining military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-1:2013 establishes a terminology related to test methods and requirements for pyrotechnic articles for vehicles.

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ISO 14454-3:2013 specifies labelling requirements for pyrotechnic articles for vehicles.

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ISO 14451-7:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the seatbelt pretensioners and sets out the associated acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-7:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-7:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-10:2013 specifies the types and order of tests to be applied to the semi finished products and sets out the acceptance criteria and means of categorization.
ISO 14451-10:2013 applies to type tests.
ISO 14451-10:2013 is not applicable to articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.

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ISO 14451-2:2013 establishes uniform test methods for pyrotechnic articles for vehicles.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the construction, performance and protective packaging of Category 4 fireworks, as listed in EN 16261-1.
This European Standard does not apply for articles containing pyrotechnic compositions that include any of the following substances:
-   arsenic or arsenic compounds;
-   polychlorobenzenes;
-   lead or lead compounds;
-   mercury compounds;
-   white phosphorus;
-   picrates or picric acid.
This European Standard does not apply for articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.
In addition, any European regulation regarding forbidden substances should be taken into account.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the construction, performance and primary packaging of theatrical pyrotechnical articles of the generic types defined in EN 16256-1:2012, Clause 3.
NOTE   Theatrical pyrotechnic article(s) is abbreviated by article(s) in this European Standard.
This European Standard does not apply for articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition.
This European Standard does not apply for articles containing pyrotechnic composition that include any of the following substances:
-   arsenic or arsenic compounds;
-   polychlorobenzenes;
-   lead or lead compounds;
-   mercury compounds;
-   white phosphorus;
picrates or picric acid.

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This European Standard specifies minimum labelling requirements for the article and primary packaging and for the instructions for use of theatrical pyrotechnic articles of the generic types defined in EN 16256-1:2012, Clause 3.

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This European Standard specifies test methods. It is applicable to theatrical pyrotechnic articles of the generic types defined in FprEN 16256-1:2012, Clause 3.
NOTE   In this document "Theatrical Pyrotechnic Articles" are referred to as "articles".

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This European Standard specifies test methods for fireworks of category 4.

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This European Standard defines various terms relating to the design, construction, primary packaging and testing of theatrical pyrotechnic articles and specifies their generic types.
NOTE   "Theatrical pyrotechnic article(s)" is abbreviated by "article(s)" in this European Standard.

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This European Standard defines the procedures for classifying the generic types, subtypes or individual items of theatrical pyrotechnic articles into the appropriate Categories, T1 or T2 and lists them.
NOTE   "Theatrical pyrotechnic article(s)" is abbreviated by "article(s)" in this European Standard.

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This European Standard defines various terms relating to the design, construction, performance, labelling and testing of category 4 fireworks.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum labelling requirements and the mandatory instructions for use for category 4 fireworks.

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This document gives a description of the context regarding the situation of theatrical pyrotechnic articles and their consideration within the Directive 2007/23/EC with the aim to define what harmonized standards shall be developed in order to comply with the essential safety requirements of the Annex 1 of the Directive.

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This Technical Report gives an overview of harmonized standards which will be proposed to be developed by CEN/TC 212 WG 5, “Other Pyrotechnic Articles”. Under this expression, it must be understood, are all pyrotechnic articles which are not designed and intended for entertainment purposes (“fireworks”), for indoor or outdoor stage use, including film and television productions or similar use (“theatrical pyrotechnic articles”), and for automotive industry (“pyrotechnic articles for vehicles”).
It also gives the interpretation WG5 experts have made of some terms, definitions and requirements of Directive 2007/23/EC in order to assure future harmonized standards will encompass all varieties of “other pyrotechnic articles”, which are presently placed on the European market, in a consistent way and take the benefit of all the practical experience and usages of those articles in the Member States.

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This Technical Report gives an overview of harmonized standards which will be proposed to be developed by CEN/TC 212 WG 2, Category 4 Fireworks. It also gives the interpretation WG 2 experts have made of some terms, definitions and requirements of Directive 2007/23/EC in order to assure future harmonized standards will encompass all varieties of fireworks, which are presently placed on the European market, in a consistent way and take the benefit of all the practical experience and usages of fireworks in the Member States.

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This Technical Report gives a description of the context regarding the situation of pyrotechnic articles for vehicles and their consideration within the Directive 2007/23/EC with the aim to define what harmonized standards shall be developed in order to comply with the essential safety requirements of the Annex 1 of the Directive.

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This document defines various terms relating to the design, construction, performance, labelling and testing of category F4 fireworks.

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This document specifies requirements for the construction and performances of other pyrotechnic articles, except pyrotechnic articles for vehicles, ignition devices and cartridges for powder actuated tools (PAT), of the following generic types:
-   flares;
-   flash devices;
-   gas generators;
-   heaters;
-   other cartridges;
-   pyromechanical devices;
-   rockets and rocket motors;
-   semi-finished pyrotechnic articles;
-   smoke / aerosol generators;
-   sound emitters;
-   pyrotechnic liquid dispersers.
This document does not apply for articles containing pyrotechnic compositions that include any of the following substances:
-   arsenic or arsenic compounds;
-   polychlorobenzenes;
-   mercury compounds;
-   lead compounds (except for those included in ignition devices);
-   white phosphorus;
-   picrates or picric acid.

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This document specifies requirements for construction and performance of firework and primary packs and selection packs. It is applicable to firework of the categories F1, F2 and F3 as defined by Article 6 Paragraph (1) Clause (a) (i) to (iii) of Directive 2013/29/EU and described in FprEN 15947-2:2021.
This document is not applicable for fireworks containing detonative explosives other than black powder or flash composition or pyrotechnic composition that includes any of the following substances:
-   arsenic or arsenic compounds;
-   hexachlorobenzene;
-   lead or lead compounds;
-   mixtures containing a mass fraction of chlorates greater than 80 %;
-   mixtures of chlorates with metals;
-   mixtures of chlorates with red phosphorus (except when used in Christmas crackers, party poppers or snaps);
-   mixtures of chlorates with potassium hexacyanoferrate (II);
-   mixtures of chlorates with sulphur (these mixtures are allowed for friction heads only);
-   mixtures of chlorates with sulphides;
-   mercury compounds;
-   nitrocellulose with a mass fraction of nitrogen of more than 12,6 %.
-   picrates or picric acid;
-   potassium chlorate with a mass fraction of bromates greater than 0,15 %;
-   sulphur with an acidity, expressed in mass fraction of sulphuric acid, greater than 0,002 %;
-   white phosphorus;
-   zirconium with a particle size of less than 40 µm.
This document does not apply to fireworks intended to be kept or used at temperatures below −20 °C or above 50 °C.

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This document specifies test methods for fireworks of category F4.

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This document defines various terms relating to the design, construction, performances, labelling and testing of other pyrotechnic articles as defined by Directive 2013/29/EU on the placing on the market of pyrotechnic articles (except pyrotechnic articles for vehicles, cartridges for powder actuated tools and ignition devices).

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This document specifies test methods for other pyrotechnic articles (except pyrotechnic articles for vehicles, cartridges for powder actuated tools and ignition devices).

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This document specifies test methods. It is applicable to fireworks of the categories F1, F2 and F3 as defined by Article 6 Paragraph (1) Clause (a) (i) to (iii) of Directive 2013/29/EU.

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This document specifies minimum labelling requirements for the article and primary or selection pack of fireworks. It is applicable to fireworks of the categories F1, F2 and F3 as defined by Article 6 Paragraph (1) clause (a) subclause (i) to (iii) of Directive 2013/29/EU.

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This document defines the terms and specifies the requirements, means of categorization, test methods, minimum labelling requirements and instructions for use, for ignition devices (except ignition devices for pyrotechnic articles for vehicles) of the following generic types:
—   igniters;
—   components for pyrotechnic trains;
—   pyrotechnic cords and fuses;
—   delay fuses;
—   fuzes.
NOTE   Safety fuses are subject to Directive 2014/28/EU and therefore not considered in this document.
This document does not apply for articles containing pyrotechnic compositions that include any of the following substances:
—   arsenic or arsenic compounds;
—   polychlorobenzenes;
—   mercury compounds;
—   white phosphorus;
—   picrates or picric acid.

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This document defines the procedure for categorization of other pyrotechnic articles except pyrotechnic articles for vehicles, ignition devices and cartridges for powder actuated tools (PAT).

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This document specifies the minimum labelling requirements and the mandatory instructions for use for other pyrotechnic articles (except pyrotechnic articles for vehicles, cartridges for powder actuated tools and ignition devices).

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This document specifies the minimum labelling requirements and the mandatory instructions for use for category F4 fireworks.

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This document establishes a system for dividing fireworks into categories and types. It is applicable to fireworks in categories F1, F2 and F3 as defined by Article 6 Paragraph (1) Clause (a) (i) to (iii) of Directive 2013/29/EU, and given in the following:
-   aerial wheel (only category F3);
-   banger (only categories F2 and F3);
-   battery and battery requiring external support (only categories F2 and F3);
-   Bengal flame (only category F1);
-   Bengal match (only category F1);
-   Bengal stick (only categories F1 and F2);
-   Christmas cracker (only category F1);
-   combination and combination requiring external support (only categories F2 and F3);
-   compound firework (only categories F2 and F3);
-   crackling granule (only categories F1 and F2);
-   double banger (only category F2);
-   flash banger (only categories F2 and F3);
-   flash pellet (only categories F1 and F2);
-   fountain (categories F1, F2 and F3);
-   ground mover (only category F2);
-   ground spinner (only categories F1 and F2);
-   hand-held sparkler (only categories F1 and F2);
-   jumping cracker (only category F2);
-   jumping ground spinner (only category F2);
-   mine (only categories F2 and F3);
-   mini rocket (only category F2);
-   non hand-held sparkler (only categories F1 and F2);
-   novelty match (only category F1);
-   party popper (only category F1);
-   report rocket (only category F3);
-   rocket (only categories F2 and F3);
-   Roman candle (only categories F2 and F3);
-   senko-hanabi (only category F1);
-   serpent (only category F1);
-   shot tube (only category F2 and F3);
-   snap (only category F1);
-   spinner (only category F2);
-   table bomb (only category F1);
-   throwdown (only category F1);
-   wheel (only category F2 and F3).

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This document defines various terms relating to the design, construction, primary packaging and testing of fireworks of categories F1, F2 and F3 as defined by Article 6 Paragraph (1) Clause a) subclause i) to iii) of Directive 2013/29/EU.

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This document specifies requirements for the construction, performance and protective packaging of Category F4 fireworks, as listed in EN 16261 1:—1.
This document does not apply for articles containing pyrotechnic compositions that include any of the following substances:
—   arsenic or arsenic compounds;
—   polychlorobenzenes;
—   lead or lead compounds;
—   mercury compounds;
—   white phosphorus;
—   picrates or picric acid.
In addition, any European regulation regarding forbidden substances is intended to be taken into account.

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