2014-04-02 GVN: Draft for // ENQ received at ISO/CS (see ISO notification in dataservice on 2014-04-01).

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ISO 16841:2014 identifies the different types of pulling eyes prepared at, or attached to, a steel wire rope end for connection to another rope when installing a new rope or re-reeving an existing rope on a machine. It also specifies the minimum requirements for pulling eyes, including their geometry, strength, maximum line pull to which the pulling eye is intended to be subjected and information for use to be provided by the manufacturer.
The pulling eyes covered by ISO 16841:2014 are not intended to be subjected to a load when the machine performs a service operation.
ISO 16841:2014 applies to those pulling eyes prepared at, or attached to, ends of steel wire ropes conforming to ISO 2408 and ISO 10425.

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CCMC origin - Error made in 1st corrigendum (wrong figure inserted). No xml version as the mother standard EN 12195-1:2010 is not available as an xml file.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum requirements for swage terminals and the securing of such terminals by a swaging process to carbon steel rope conforming to EN 12385-4 and EN 12385-5, spiral strand rope conforming to EN 12385-10 and stainless steel stranded rope.
This European Standard is not applicable to spiral rope incorporating full lock wires - see EN 12385-10 -, nor ropes with coverings and /or fillings (see 3.6.3 of EN 12385-2:2002+A1:2008).
This European Standard is applicable to swaged terminations that have a terminal efficiency factor, KT, of at least 0,9 and are used as part of a wire rope accessory such as a sling, or wire rope assembly that performs a raising, lowering, hauling or supporting function on lifting machinery.
This European Standard is applicable to terminals of the following types that are made of carbon or stainless steel:
-   open swage socket;
-   closed swage socket;
-   swage terminal with thread;
-   swage terminal end stop.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to swaged terminations, when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable (see Clause 4).
This European Standard applies to swaged terminations which are manufactured after the date of its publication.
This European Standard is not applicable to swaged terminations used for anchoring ropes to winch drums.

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This European Standard is applicable to the design of securing methods (blocking, lashing, and combinations) for securing of loads for surface transport by road vehicles or parts of them (lorries, trailers, containers and swap bodies), including their transport on vessels or by rail and/or combinations thereof. Hump shunting with acceleration over 1 g during railway transport is excluded, as it is not foreseen in combined transport. (Web lashings see EN 12195-2, lashing chains see EN 12195-3, lashing steel wire ropes see EN 12195-4).
This European Standard does not apply for vehicles with a total weight equal to or lower than 3 500 kg.
NOTE   Lighter vehicles can have driving characteristics, which give higher values of acceleration on the road.
For dimensioning of load securing a distinction is made between stable loads and loads liable to tilting.
Furthermore, the acceleration coefficients for surface transport are specified.
For over top lashing the force loss in the tension force of the lashing at the outer edges between load and lashing is taken into account. The securing forces to be chosen for calculation in this EN 12195-1 are static forces produced by blocking or tensioning of lashings and dynamic forces, which act on the lashing as a reaction of the load movements.
Examples for the application of calculations are given in Annex A.

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ISO 3266:2010 specifies the general characteristics, performance and critical dimensions necessary for interchangeability and compatibility with other components, of forged steel eyebolts grade 4 for general lifting purposes. These eyebolts can be used for axial and inclined loading.
ISO 3266:2010 specifies the dimensions of the eyes of eyebolts permitting direct connection with shackles of the same working load limit as those defined in ISO 2415. These dimensions also allow designs with a larger eye which can permit direct connection with sling hooks of similar working load limit.
ISO 3266:2010 covers all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to eyebolts grade 4.
ISO 3266:2010 is applicable to eyebolts grade 4 for use in the temperature range of -20 ºC to 200 ºC.
ISO 3266:2010 is not applicable to eyebolts which are not forged in one piece.
ISO 3266:2010 is not applicable to forged steel eyebolts grade 4 manufactured before the date of its publication as an International Standard.

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Dieser Teil von EN 1677 legt Anforderungen für geschweißte Aufhänge-, Zwischen- und Endglieder und Aufhänge¬garnituren aus Stahl in Güteklasse 4 im Bereich bis 67 t Tragfähigkeit fest, die hauptsächlich Verwendung finden in:
   Anschlagketten nach EN 818 5,
   Anschlagseilen aus Stahldrahtseilen nach EN 13414 1 und
   textilen Anschlagmitteln nach EN 1492 1 und EN 1492 2,
die zum Heben von Gegenständen, Materialien und Gütern vorgesehen sind.
Die Gefährdungen, die durch diesen Teil von EN 1677 abgedeckt werden, sind in Abschnitt 4 aufgeführt.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for forged steel Dee and bow shackles of grade 6 for general lifting purposes in a range of working load limits 0,5 t to 25 t maximum.
This standard applies only to those shackles with threaded pins.
Annex A gives information on the safe use of shackles, annex B gives information on types of pins, and annex C gives an example of a designation system for forged steel shackles.
The hazards covered are identified in clause 4.

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This Part of EN 1677 specifies requirements for forged steel lifting hooks of grade 4 having latch and eye up to 31,5 t WLL, mainly for use in:
-   chain slings according to EN 818-5
-   steel wire rope slings according to prEN 13414-1:1998
-   textile slings according to EN 1492-1, EN 1492-2.
intended for lifting objects, materials or goods.
This Part of EN 1677 does not apply to hand forged hooks.
The hazards covered by this Part of EN 1677 are identified in clause 4.
Annex A gives the bases for calculation of hook dimensions.
Annex B gives an example of a designation system for hooks of grade 4.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements related to safety, including methods of rating and testing single-, two-, three-, four-leg and endless sewn flat woven webbing slings, with or without fittings,  made of polyamide, polyester and polypropylene man-made fibre webbing in the width range of 25 mm to 450 mm inclusive.
The flat woven webbing slings covered by this Part of EN 1492 are intended for general purpose lifting operations, i.e. when used for lifting objects, materials or goods which require no deviations from the requirements, safety factors or working load limits specified. Lifting operations not covered by this standard would include the lifting of persons, potentially dangerous materials such as molten metal and acids, glass sheets, fissile materials, nuclear reactors and where special conditions apply.
Flat woven webbing slings conforming to this European Standard are suitable for use and storage in the following temperature ranges:
a)   polyester and polyamide -40°C to 100°C,
b)   polypropylene -40°C to 80°C
This European Standard does not apply to the types of webbing sling indicated below:
a)   slings such as bag slings, nets (consisting of several crossed webbings stitched together), ‘adjustable’ slings (containing, for example, intermediate buckles stitched along the webbing), etc.;
b)   slings made from webbing woven from monofilament yarns;
c)   slings designed for pre-slinging and intended not to be re-used;
This European Standard deals with the technical requirements to minimize the hazards listed in clause 4 which can arise during the use of flat woven webbing slings when carried out in accordance with the instructions and specifications given by the manufacturer or authorized representative.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements related to safety, including methods of rating and testing roundslings up to 40 tonnes working load limit (in straight lift) and two-, three-, and four-leg roundsling assemblies, with or without fittings, made of polyamide, polyester and polypropylene.
The roundslings covered by this Part of EN 1492 are intended for general purpose lifting operations, i.e. when used for lifting objects, materials or goods which require no deviations from the requirements, safety factors or WLL’s specified. Lifting operations not covered by this standard include the lifting of persons, potentially dangerous materials such as molten metal and acids, glass sheets, fissile materials, nuclear reactors and where special conditions apply.
Roundslings conforming to this European Standard are suitable for use and storage in the following temperature ranges:
a)   polyester and polyamide: -40 °C to 100 °C,
b)   polypropylene: -40 °C to 80 °C
This European Standard does not apply to the types of roundsling indicated below:
a)   roundslings designed for securing or lashing of cargoes to each other on pallets and platforms or in vehicles;
b)   slings of tubular webbing without filling.
This European Standard deals with the technical requirements to minimize the hazards listed in clause 4 which can arise during the use of roundslings when carried out in accordance with the instructions and specifications given by the manufacturer or authorized representative.

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This part of EN 1677 specifies requirements for forged or welded steel master links, intermediate master links, master link assemblies and lower terminal links of grade 8 up to 132 t WLL, mainly for use in:
-   chain slings according to EN 818-4
-   steel wire rope slings
-   textile slings according to EN 1492-1:2000, EN 1492-2:2000.
intended for lifting objects, materials or goods.
This Part of EN 1677 does not apply to hand forged links.
The hazards covered by this Part of EN 1677 are identified in clause 4.
Annex ZA gives the relationship with EU-Directives.

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This Part of EN 1677 specifies general requirements for forged steel components of grade 8 up to 63 t WLL, mainly for use in:
-   chain slings according to EN 818-4;
-   steel wire rope slings according to prEN 13414-1:1999;
-   textile slings according to EN 1492-1:2000, EN 1492-2:2000
intended for lifting objects, materials or goods.
This standard does not apply to hand forged components and welded links, nor to other welded components.
The hazards covered by this Part of EN 1677 are identified in clause 4.
Annex A is informative, and gives the bases for calculation of tabulated values of mechanical properties.
Annex B is informative, and gives an example of a designation system for forged steel lifting components of grade 8.
Annex ZA gives the relationship with EU-Directives.

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This European Standard specifies the construction requirements, calculation of WLL, testing and certification of steel wire rope grommets, cable-laid grommets and cable-laid slings using strand and wire rope conforming to EN 12385-4.
The hazards covered by this standard are identified in clause 4.
This standard covers ferrule-secured cable-laid slings up to 60mm.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements related to safety, including methods of rating and testing single-, two-, three-, four-leg and endless slings, with or without fittings, made of sisal, hemp and manila 3- and 4-strand laid construction natural fibre ropes and polyamide, polyester and polypropylene 3- and 4-strand laid construction and 8-strand plaited construction man-made fibre ropes having a reference number in the range of 16 to 48 inclusive.
The fibre rope slings covered by this part of EN 1492 are intended for general purpose lifting operations, i.e. when used for lifting objects, materials or goods which require no deviations from the requirements, safety factors or working load limits specified. Lifting operations not covered by this standard would include the lifting of persons, potentially dangerous materials such as molten metal and acids, glass sheets, fissile materials, nuclear reactors and where special conditions apply.
Fibre rope slings conforming to this European Standard are suitable for use and storage in the following temperature ranges:
a) polyester and polyamide -40 °C to 100 °C,
b) manila, sisal, hemp and polypropylene -40 °C to 80 °C.
This European Standard does not apply to fibre rope sling assemblies rated by the trigonometric method.
This European Standard deals with the technical requirements to minimize the hazards listed in clause 4 which can arise during the use of fibre rope slings when carried out in accordance with the instructions and specification given by the manufacturer or authorized representative.

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This Part of EN 13414 specifies the information on use and maintenance to be provided by the manufacturer of wire rope slings.
NOTE   Certain clauses are relevant to component parts and accessories conforming to EN 1677 parts 1 to 6
Annex A is informative, and provides some of the detailed information for use and maintenance which may be appropriate for general lifting service.
The hazards covered by this Part of EN13414 are identified in clause 4.

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This European Standard specifies the construction requirements, calculation of WLL, verification, certification and marking of steel wire rope slings for general lifting service. It covers single-, two-, three- and four-leg slings, with ferrule-secured or spliced eye terminations and spliced or ferrule-secured endless slings made from 8 mm to 60 mm diameter 6 strand ordinary lay steel wire rope with fibre or steel core and 8 strand ordinary lay steel wire rope with a steel core conforming to EN 12385-4.
The standard assumes a working coefficient (factor of safety) of five.
This standard does not cover slings for single use, i.e. one trip slings, having a working coefficient lower than 5.
This standard does not cover matched sets of slings with spliced eyes.
This document is not applicable to slings which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.
The hazards covered by this Part of EN 13414 are identified in clause 4.
These wire rope slings are intended for lifting objects, materials or goods.
Guidance on the information which should be provided with an enquiry or order is given in annex A.
NOTE   Information for use and maintenance, including operating temperature ranges, is given in Part 2 of this standard.

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This European Standard deals with the requirements for the ferrule-securing of eyes and endless loops.
It also deals with the requirements for ferrules for the ferrule-securing of eyes and endless loops.
This European Standard applies to the ferrule-securing of eye terminations formed either by a Flemish eye or turn-back eye and covers ferrules made of non alloy carbon steel and aluminium.
This European Standard applies to slings and assemblies using steel wire ropes for general lifting applications up to and including 60mm diameter conforming to EN 12385-4, lift ropes conforming to EN 12385-5 and spiral strand ropes conforming to EN 12385-10.
Type testing of ferrule-secured systems and manufacturing quality control requirements are also specified.
This European standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to this particular steel wire rope termination when used as intended and under conditions of use which are foreseeable by the manufacturer.
This standard applies to terminations of steel wire ropes with ferrules and ferrule-securing which are manufactured after the date of this publication.
NOTE   One design of ferrule-secured turn-back eye termination using an oval aluminium ferule which satisfies the requirements of this European Standard is given for information in annex A.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum requirements, for asymmetrical wedge socket terminations for stranded steel wire ropes.
Examples of the construction and sizes of two separate designs of asymmetric wedge sockets are given in informative annexes A and B.
The informative annex C gives recommendations for safe use and inspection.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to asymmetric wedge sockets for terminations for steel wire ropes, when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.
This standard applies to terminations of steel wire ropes with asymmetrical wedge sockets which are manufactured after the date of its publication.
This standard does not cover rope fatigue.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum requirements for non welded general purpose steel thimbles produced from plate having dimensions in accordance with Figure 1. The thimbles are intended to be used in slings made with six or eight strand steel wire ropes from 8 mm to 60 mm diameter complying with EN 12385-4.
Reeving thimbles and solid thimbles are not covered by this standard.
The hazards covered by this standard are identified in clause 4.

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This European Standard has been prepared to provide a means of conforming with the essential safety requirements of the Machinery Directive and associated EFTA Regulations.
Purchasers ordering to this standard are advised to specify in their purchasing contract that the supplier operates a quality assurance system applicable to the relevant part of this standard (e.g. EN ISO 9001) to ensure themselves that products claimed to comply consistently achieve the required level of quality.

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This standard specifies minimum requirements for the splicing of eye terminations for six or eight strand steel wire ropes of up to 60 mm diameter complying with prEN 12385-4 used for slings to ensure that the spliced eye is strong enough to withstand a force of at least 80 % of the minimum breaking load of the rope.
Other hazards covered by this standard are identified in clause 4. Resistance to fatigue loading is not considered to be a significant hazard for slings and is not covered by this standard.

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This Part specifies the general requirements for the manufacture and testing of steel wire rope, whose particular requirements are specified in the other Parts.
Annex A gives the type testing regimes for rope produced in series.
Annex B gives the testing requirements for wires taken from the rope when specified in other Parts of this standard.

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This Part of EN 818 specifies the information on use and maintenance to be provided by the manufacturer with chain slings conforming to EN 818-4:1996+A1 and EN 818-5:1999+A1.
NOTE   Certain clauses are relevant to component parts of chains and accessories conforming to
EN 818-2:1996+A1, EN 818-3:1999+A1 and EN 1677.
Annex A is informative, and provides some of the detailed information for use and maintenance which may be appropriate.
The hazards covered by this Part of EN 818 are identified in clause 4.

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This Part of EN 1677 specifies requirements for forged steel lifting hooks with latch of grade 8 having eye or clevis and pin up to 63 t WLL, mainly for use in:
-   chain slings according to EN 818-4
-   steel wire rope slings according to prEN 13414-1:1999
-   textile slings according to prEN 1492-1:2000, prEN 1492-2:2000
intended for lifting objects, materials or goods.
This Part of EN 1677 does not apply to hand forged hooks.
The hazards covered by this Part of EN 1677 are identified in clause 4.
Annex A is informative, and gives the bases for calculation of hook dimensions.
Annex B is informative, and gives an example of a designation system for hooks of grade 8.
Annexes ZA and ZB give the relationship with EU-Directives.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements related to safety for hoist chain, Grade T (type T quenched and tempered and types DAT and DT case hardened), for use in serial chain hoists manual and power driven.
Type DAT and type DT hoist chains possess surface hardnesses greater than core hardness and are used for power driven chain hoists to offer greater resistance to wear.
Type DT hoist chain differs from DAT hoist chain in having higher surface hardness and/or greater case depth to optimise wear resistance.
The standard is applicable to electrically welded round steel short link hoist chains conforming to
EN 818-1.
The range of nominal size of hoist chains covered by this European Standard is from 4 mm to 22 mm.
The hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in clause 4.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for forged steel self-locking lifting hooks of Grade 8 having eye or clevis and pin up to 21,2 t working load limit (WLL), mainly for use in:
-   chain slings according to EN 818-4
-   steel wire rope slings according to prEN 13414-1
-   textile slings according to EN 1492-1, EN 1492-2
intended for lifting objects, materials or goods.
The hazards covered by this part of EN 1677 are identified in clause 4.
Annex A gives the bases for calculation of hook dimensions.
Annex B gives an example of a designation systems for hooks of Grade 8.

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This part of EN 818 specifies the requirements related to safety for short link chains, grade 4, of medium tolerance for use in chain slings to EN 818-4:1996+A1 and for general lifting purposes. The standard is applicable to electrically welded round steel short link chains, conforming to !EN 818-1:1996+A1", which are intended for lifting objects, materials or goods.
The range of nominal sizes of chain covered by this Part of EN 818 is from 7 mm to 45 mm.
The hazards covered by this Part of EN 818 are identified in clause 4.
Annex A contains the bases for calculation of tabulated values for dimensions, working load limits and mechanical properties.
Annex B gives information on the mass/metre of chain.
Annex C gives an example of a designation system for chains of grade 4.
Annex ZA gives the relationship with EU Directives.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements related to safety, methods of rating and testing of single-, two-, three-, four-leg and endless chain slings assembled by:
a)   mechanical joining devices;
b)   welding
using short link grade 8 medium tolerance lifting chain conforming to EN 818-2 together with the appropriate range of components of the same grade.
The hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in clause 4.
Bases for the calculation of working load limits are given in annex B.
Annex C gives an example of a designation system for chain slings.

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This Part of EN 818 specifies the requirements related to safety, methods of rating and testing of single-, two-, three-, four-leg and endless chain slings, assembled by welding, using short link grade 4 medium tolerance chain conforming to EN 818-3:1999+A1 together with the appropriate range of components of the same grade in accordance with EN 1677-5:2001+A1 and -6:2001+A1. These chain slings are intended for lifting objects, materials or goods.
NOTE   Instructions for use and maintenance of chain slings are covered by !EN 818-6:2000+A1".
The hazards covered by this Part of the standard are identified in clause 4.
Annex A gives an alternative method of rating and marking a chain sling for a specific lifting application.
Annex B contains the bases for calculation of working load limits.
Annex C gives an example of a designation system for chain slings.
Annex D gives an example of identification tags for chain slings.
Annexes ZA and ZB give the relationship with EU Directives.

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This part of EN 818 specifies the requirements related to safety for short link chains, grade 8, of medium tolerance for use in chain slings according to EN 818-4 and for general lifting purposes. They are electrically welded round steel short link chains, heat treated and tested and complying with the general conditions of acceptance in EN 818-1.
The range of nominal sizes of chain covered by this Part of EN 818 is from 4 mm to 45 mm.
The hazards covered by this Part of EN 818 are identified in clause 4.
The bases for calculation of tabulated values for dimensions, working load limits and mechanical properties are given in annex A.
Annex B gives information on weight/metre of chain.
Annex C gives an example of a designation system for chains.

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This part of EN 818 specifies the general conditions of acceptance related to safety for electrically welded round steel short link chain for lifting purposes. It includes:
a)   medium tolerance chain for use in chain slings and for general lifting service and;
b)   fine tolerance chain for use with hoists and other similar lifting appliances.
The hazards covered by this Part of EN 818 are identified in clause 4.
Annex C gives proposals for clauses covering inspection, inspection marking and steel makers cast analysis which may be included in a form of contract.

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This part of this European Standard defines terms, specifies designations and classifies steel wire ropes and is for
use in conjunction with all other parts of this standard.
It applies to ropes that have been manufactured after the date of issue of the standard.

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This Part of this European Standard specifies the particular materials, manufacturing and testing requirements for
ropes for general lifting applications.
The particular hazards covered by this Part are identified in Clause 4.
This Part of this European Standard does not establish requirements for information for use other than those given
in clause 7 of Part 1. Neither does it cover the requirements for ropes fitted with terminations.
Minimum breaking force values for the more common classes, sizes and grades of rope are provided in tables 5 to
17.

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This Part of this European Standard specifies the additional materials, manufacturing and testing requirements to those
given in Part 1 for spiral ropes incorporating zinc or zinc alloy coated wires for general structural applications.
This standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to spiral ropes for general
structural applications, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably
foreseeable by the manufacturer (see clause 4 of EN 12385-1:2002).
This standard applies to spiral ropes for general structural applications which are manufactured after the date of its
publication.
NOTE For information only, typical breaking forces for both full-locked coil rope and spiral strand rope are given in annexes
B and C for some of the more common sizes.

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This document specifies the minimum requirements for symmetrical wedge socket terminations for stranded steel wire ropes conforming to EN 12385-5 for lifts.
This document covers those symmetric wedge sockets intended for use at temperatures between −20 °C and 100 °C.
This document only covers those symmetric wedge sockets that have welded socket bodies. An example of the construction and sizes of a symmetric wedge socket is given in informative Annex A.
The informative Annex B gives the recommendations for the safe use and inspection of symmetric wedge socket according to Annex A.
This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to symmetric wedge sockets for terminations for steel wire ropes, when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.
The hazards covered by this document are identified in Clause 4.
This document applies to symmetric wedge sockets, which are manufactured after the date of its publication.

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This document specifies the minimum requirements for solid thimbles made of steel or cast iron for terminations of stranded steel wire ropes.
This document is applicable to ferrule-secured terminations with solid thimbles in combination with ferrules (see EN 13411-3), that have an efficiency factor KT of at least 0,9, and to spliced terminations with solid thimbles (see EN 13411-2), that have an efficiency factor KT of at least 0,8, which are used as accessories for steel wire ropes, such as slings or wire rope assemblies, having a lifting, lowering or load-bearing effect in hoisting equipment.
Examples of designs of solid thimbles which meet the requirements of this standard are given in informative Annexes B and C.
Round thimbles (thimble with rotational symmetry around the bore) are not subject to this document.
This document is applicable to ferrule-secured terminations that are manufactured after the date of publication of this document.
Hazards that are dealt with in this document are listed in Clause 4.

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This document specifies the particular materials, manufacturing and testing requirements for stranded ropes for suspension, compensating and governor duties for traction drive and hydraulic lifts moving between guides and similar applications.
The particular hazards covered by this Part are identified in Clause 4.
This document does not establish requirements for information for use other than those given in Clause 7 of Part 1. Neither does it cover the requirements for ropes fitted with terminations.
Minimum breaking force values for the more common classes, sizes and grades of rope are provided in Tables 6 to 10.

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This document specifies the particular materials, manufacturing and testing requirements for stranded ropes for suspension, compensating and governor duties for traction drive and hydraulic lifts moving between guides and similar applications.
The particular hazards covered by this Part are identified in Clause 4.
This document does not establish requirements for information for use other than those given in Clause 7 of Part 1. Neither does it cover the requirements for ropes fitted with terminations.
Minimum breaking force values for the more common classes, sizes and grades of rope are provided in Tables 6 to 10.

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This document specifies the type of information for use and maintenance of steel wire ropes to be provided by the rope manufacturer or to be included in the manufacturer’s handbook that accompanies a machine, piece of equipment or installation of which the steel wire rope forms a part.
The particular hazards covered by this document are identified in Clause 4.
For steel wire ropes conforming to Parts 8 and 9 used on cableway installations designed to carry persons, additional information for use and maintenance is given in EN 12927.
For steel wire rope slings, specific information on use and maintenance is given in EN 13414-2.
This document is not applicable to steel wire ropes manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This European Standard specifies the additional materials, manufacturing and testing requirements to those given in Part 1 for stranded ropes (with round and/or shaped strands) and flat ropes for use as hoist ropes, stage ropes and balance ropes in mine-shafts.
It shall be used in conjunction with Parts 1 and 2 of this standard.
NOTE 1   For the purposes of this standard, stage ropes are considered to be hoist ropes.
NOTE 2   This standard may also be used for ropes in other mining applications, e.g. surface mining.
The additional hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in clause 4.

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This Part 4 of EN 12195
- specifies safety requirements for lashing steel wire ropes and flat lashing steel wire ropes and lashing combina-tions with lashing steel wire ropes for the safe surface transport of loads on load carriers, e. g. trucks and trailers which are used on roads or located on vessels or on rail waggons and/or combinations thereof;
- stipulates procedures for testing lashing steel wire ropes and flat lashing steel wire ropes;
- deals with hazards which could occur when lashing steel wire ropes and flat lashing steel wire ropes are in use as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see clause 4 and Annex A).

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This European Standard specifies the additional materials, manufacturing and testing requirements to those given in Part 1 for locked coil carrying ropes for cableway installations designed to carry persons.

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This European Standard specifies the additional materials, manufacturing and testing requirements for full-locked coil hoist and half-locked and full-locked coil guide ropes for mine shafts to those given in Part 1.
The additional hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in clause 4.
For information only, typical breaking forces for both full-locked coil hoist ropes and half-locked and full-locked coil guide ropes, based on one particular combination of wire tensile strength grades in each case, are given in annex B (hoist ropes) and annex C (guide ropes) for some of the more common sizes of rope.

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This European Standard specifies the additional materials, manufacturing and testing requirements to those given in Part 1 for stranded steel wire 'hauling' and 'carrying-hauling' ropes for cableway installations designed to carry persons.
The rope grade is limited to 1960.
Minimum breaking force values for the more common classes, sizes and grades of rope are provided in Tables 2, 3 and 4.
Stranded tension ropes and ski-tow ropes for surface lifts are covered by prEN 12385-4.
The additional hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in clause 4.

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This Part of EN 12195 specifies safety requirements for lashing chains and lashing combinations with chain for the safe surface transport of goods on load carriers, e.g. trucks and trailers which are used on roads or located on vessels or on rail waggons and/or combinations thereof. The standard includes only tensioning devices to be hand driven with a maximum handforce of 500 N. It does not give requirements for multi-purpose lover blocks other than to the type of fine calibrated chain and the additional marking  of the maximum hand-operating force.
This part of EN 12195 deals with hazards which could occur when lashing chains are in use as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see clause 4 and Annex A).

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This Part of EN 12195 specifies safety requirements for web lashing made from man-made fibres with flat woven webbings for multiple use and of lashing combinations with woven webbings for the safe surface transport of goods on road vehicles, e.g. trucks and trailers which are used on roads or located on vessels or on rail waggons and/or combinations thereof; specifies methods for testing of web lashing for securing of loads; etc.

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This part of EN 818 specifies the requirements related to safety for short link lifting chains, Grade 8, of medium tolerance for use in chain slings and for general lifting purposes. They are electrically welded round steel short link chains, heat treated and tested and complying with the general conditions of acceptance of EN 818-1.   The range of nominal sizes of chain covered by this part of EN 818 is from 4 mm to 45 mm.  The bases for calculation of tabulated values for dimensions, working load limits and mechanical properties are given in Annex A.  Annex B gives information on weight/metre of chain.  Annex C gives an example of a designation system for chains.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements related to safety, methods of rating and testing of single-, two-, three-, four-leg and endless chain slings assembled by:    a) mechanical joining devices;   b) welding.   using short link grade 8 medium tolerance lifting chain conforming to EN 818-2 together with the appropriate range of components of the same grade.   Note: Instructions for use and maintenance of chain slings are covered by prEN 818-6.  The hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in clause 4.  Bases for the calculation of working load limits are given in Annex B.  Annex C gives an example of a designation system for chain slings.

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This Part of EN 818 specifies the information on use and maintenance to be provided by the manufacturer with chain slings conforming to EN 818-4 and EN 818-5. Annex A is informative, and provides some of the detailed information for use and maintenance which may be appropriate. The hazards covered by this Part of EN 818 are identified in clause 4.

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