1.1 This document specifies, in accordance with ISO 10326‑1:2016, a laboratory method for measuring and evaluating the effectiveness of the seat suspension in reducing the vertical whole-body vibration transmitted to the operator of earth-moving machines at frequencies between 1 Hz and 20 Hz. It also specifies acceptance criteria for application to seats on different machines.
1.2 This document is applicable to operator seats used on earth-moving machines as defined in ISO 6165.
1.3 This document defines the input spectral classes required for the following earth-moving machines. Each class defines a group of machines having similar vibration characteristics:
— rigid-frame dumpers >4 500 kg operating mass;
— articulated-frame dumpers;
— scrapers without axle or frame suspension[1];
— wheeled loaders >4 500 kg operating mass;
— graders;
— wheeled dozers;
— soil compactors;
— backhoe loaders;
— crawler dumpers;
— crawler loaders;
— crawler-dozers ≤50 000 kg operating mass[2];
— compact dumpers ≤4 500 kg operating mass;
— wheeled compact loaders ≤4 500 kg operating mass;
— skid-steer loaders, wheeled ≤4 500 kg and tracked ≤6 000 kg operating mass.
1.4 The following machines impart sufficiently low vertical vibration inputs at frequencies between 1 Hz and 20 Hz to the seat during operation that these seats do not require suspension for the attenuation of transmitted vibration:
— excavators, including walking excavators and cable excavators[3];
— trenchers;
— landfill compactors;
— non-vibratory rollers, except soil compactors;
— vibratory rollers, except soil compactors;
— pipelayers;
— horizontal directional drills (HDD).
1.5 The tests and criteria defined in this document are intended for operator seats used in earth-moving machines of conventional design.
NOTE Other tests can be appropriate for machines with design features that result in significantly different vibration characteristics.
1.6 Vibration which reaches the operator other than through the seat, for example that sensed by the operator's feet on the platform or control pedals or by the operator´s hands on the steering-wheel, is not covered.
[1] For scrapers with suspension, either a seat with no suspension can be used, or one having a suspension with high damping.
[2] For crawler dozers greater than 50 000 kg, the seat performance requirements are suitably provided by a cushion type seat.
[3] For excavators, the predominant vibration is generally in the fore and aft (X) axis.

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This document specifies safety requirements and measures for their verification for the design and construction of portable, hand-held, internal combustion engine-driven cut-off machines intended to be used by a single operator in the cutting of construction materials, such as asphalt, concrete, stone and metal. It is applicable only to those machines designed purposely for use with a rotating, bonded-abrasive and/or super-abrasive (for example diamond) cut-off wheel having a maximum outer diameter of 430 mm, centre-mounted on and driven by a spindle shaft where the top of the wheel rotates away from the operator (see Figure 1).
This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events significant to these machines when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. See Annex F for a list of significant hazards.
This document specifies methods for the elimination or reduction of hazards arising from their use, as well as the type of information on safe working practices to be provided with the machines.
Cut-off wheel specifications are not considered in this document. Cut-off wheels are deemed to comply to existing cut-off wheel standards.
NOTE For example see Bibliography.
All through the document, portable, hand-held, internal combustion engine-driven cut-off machines are called "cut-off machines".
This document is not applicable to machines manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document specifies steering system tests and performance criteria for evaluating the steering capability of wheeled, ride-on earth-moving machinery as defined in ISO 6165:2012. Wheeled machines include machines equipped with wheels, one or more drums or crawler wheel assemblies.
This document deals with the following significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to wheeled machines, when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer:
— mechanical hazards;
— ergonomic hazards;
— hazards due to maintenance;
— hazards due to the control system;
— hazards related to travelling function.
Functional safety of the steering system is not covered in this document.
This document is not applicable to wheeled machines manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This European Standard specifies the general safety requirements for earth-moving machinery ) described in EN ISO 6165:2006, except rollers and horizontal directional drill.
NOTE 1   Rollers are covered by EN 500.
NOTE 2   Horizontal directional drills are covered by EN 791.
This European Standard also applies to derivative machinery (see 3.1.2) designed primarily for use with equipment to loosen, pick-up, move, transport, distribute and grade earth and rock.
This European Standard gives the common safety requirements for earth-moving machinery families and is intended to be used in conjunction with one of the EN 474 parts 2 to 12. These machine specific parts EN 474-2 to -12 do not repeat the requirements from EN 474-1:2006+A1:2009, but add or replace the requirements for the family in question.
NOTE 3   The requirements specified in this part of the standard are common to two or more families of earth- moving machinery.
This part gives specific requirements for demolition machinery.
Specific requirements in EN 474 parts 2 to 12 take precedence over the respective requirements of EN 474-1:2006+A1:2009.
For multipurpose machinery the parts of the standard that cover the specific functions and applications have to be used e.g. a compact loader also used as a trencher shall use the relevant requirements of EN 474 parts 1, 3 and 10.
The standard also covers general requirements for attachments intended to be used with earth moving machine families covered in the scope.
Except for part 12 this European Standard does not deal with the electrical hazards related to the main circuits and drives of machinery when the principal source of energy is electrical.
This European Standard does not deal with towing of trailers.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to earth-moving machinery, when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events during commissioning, operation and maintenance of earth-moving machinery.
This European Standard is not applicable to earth moving machines, which are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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This document specifies the minimum requirements for environmental testing of electronic and electrical components identified as safety-related parts of the control system (SRP/CS) used on earth-moving machinery (EMM) as defined in ISO 6165 and their attachments.

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This document provides a methodology for the determination of performance levels required for earth moving machinery (EMM) as defined in ISO 6165.
A Machine Control System Safety Analysis (MCSSA) determines the amount of risk reduction of hazards associated with control systems, required for Safety Control Systems (SCS). This reduction is quantified by the Machine Performance Level (MPL), the hazards are identified using the risk assessment principles as defined in ISO 12100 or by other means.
NOTE 1 Step 2 as shown in Annex A demonstrates the relationship between ISO 12100 and ISO 19014 as a complementary protective measure.
NOTE 2 ISO 19014 can also be used to assess the functional safety requirements of other off-road mobile machinery.
For those controls determined to be safety-related, the characteristics for architecture, hardware, software environmental requirements and performance are covered by other parts in ISO 19014.
ISO 19014 covers the hazards caused by the failure of a safety control system and excludes hazards arising from the equipment itself (for example, electric shock, fire, etc.).
Other controls that are not safety control systems (SCS), that do not mitigate a hazard or perform a control function and where the operator would be aware of a failure, are excluded from this standard (e.g. windscreen wipers, head lights, cab light, etc.).
NOTE 3 A list of safety control systems is included in Annex D.
NOTE 4 Audible warnings are excluded from the requirements of diagnostic coverage.

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ISO 13766-1:2018 provides test methods and acceptance criteria for the evaluation of the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of earth-moving machinery, as defined in ISO 6165:2012, and of the following building construction machinery as defined in ISO/TR 12603:2010:
- drilling and foundation equipment;
- equipment used for the preparation, conveyance and compaction of concrete, mortar and processing reinforcement;
- road construction and maintenance machinery and equipment.
ISO 13766-1:2018 deals with general EMC requirements under typical electromagnetic environmental conditions. (ISO 13766‑2:2018 deals with EMC requirements specifically related to functional safety).
Electrical/electronic subassemblies (ESA) and separate ESA intended to be fitted to the machinery are also dealt with. The following electromagnetic disturbance phenomena are evaluated:
- broadband and narrowband electromagnetic interference;
- electromagnetic field immunity;
- electrostatic discharge;
- conducted transients.
The machinery can have DC or AC or a combination of both as the internal electrical power supply system.
ISO 13766-1:2018 is not applicable to machines that are designed to be supplied by an external mains network or to phenomena caused by military applications.
NOTE 1 Grid-connected machines are covered by IEC 61000.
NOTE 2 Hybrid machines are covered in UN ECE R10-Rev. 5.

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ISO 13766-2:2018 provides test methods and acceptance criteria for the evaluation of the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of earth-moving machinery, as defined in ISO 6165:2012, and of the following building construction machinery as classified in ISO/TR 12603:2010:
- drilling and foundation equipment;
- equipment used for the preparation, conveyance and compaction of concrete, mortar and processing reinforcement;
- road construction and maintenance machinery and equipment.
ISO 13766-2:2018 deals with EMC requirements related to the functional safety of the machinery, its electrical/electronic subassemblies (ESA) and of separate ESA.
ISO 13766-2:2018 is relevant only to the safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) as defined in ISO 13849‑1:2015 using electrical/electronic components which meet design requirements equal to or greater than safety‑related performance level PL b as defined in ISO 13849‑1:2015. It also deals with electrical and electronic components or separate ESA intended to be fitted on machinery under the restriction of PL b. The following electromagnetic disturbance phenomena are evaluated:
- radiated electromagnetic fields from off-board sources with various field strengths and frequencies;
- radiated electromagnetic fields from on-board sources (antenna inside/outside) with various field strengths and frequencies;
- electrostatic discharge;
- conducted and coupled electrical transients.
The machinery can have DC or AC or a combination of both as the internal electrical power supply system.
ISO 13766-2:2018 is not applicable to machines that are designed to be supplied by an external mains network or to phenomena caused by military applications.
NOTE Grid-connected machines are covered by IEC 61000.

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ISO 16001:2017 specifies general requirements and describes methods for evaluating and testing the performance of object detection systems (ODSs) and visibility aids (VAs) used on earth-moving machines. It covers the following aspects:
- detection or visibility or both of objects including people in the detection zone;
- visual, audible, or both warnings to the operator and if appropriate to the persons in the detection zone;
- operational reliability of the system;
- compatibility and environmental specifications of the system.
It is applicable to machines as defined in ISO 6165. An ODS, VA or both can be used to augment the operator's direct vision (see ISO 5006) or indirect vision using mirrors (see ISO 14401). In addition, an ODS, VA or both can be used to provide additional means of object detection or view, for example, where ergonomic considerations limit the effectiveness of direct vision and to avoid repeated turning of the head and upper body.

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This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events, as listed in Clause 4, which are relevant to diamond wire saws, as defined and listed in Clause 3.
Diamond wire saws may be used in quarries or in sawmill for cutting natural stones (e.g. marble, granite), when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
This European Standard deals only with diamond wire saws using coated diamond wire as tool.
This European Standard deals all significant hazards that may occur within the expected lifetime of the machinery including the phases of transport, assembly, dismantling, disabling and scrapping.
This European Standard does not deal with the significant hazards arising by the use of other facilities/devices not described in this document, that may be fitted on the machines or that may be used during the work cycle.
This European Standard does not deal with:
a)   operation under extreme ambient conditions (outside the limits defined in EN 60204 1:2006);
b)   upstream and downstream conveying elements, not integrated with diamond wire saws, for transporting of the work-pieces.
This European standard is not applicable to machines which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This European Standard applies to road surface treatment machines, which are in particular:
-   binder sprayers [or sprayers];
-   chipping spreaders [or spreaders];
-   machines for surface repairs (binder sprayer chipping spreader [or sprayer spreader]);
-   mastics asphalt mixers;
-   joint sealer;
-   micro-surfacing machines/slurry machines;
-   cold asphalt laying / micro-asphalt-paving machines
(see also Clause 3).
Road surface treatment machines can be mounted on a carrier vehicle, trailer or articulated truck, combining to form an integral unit. It is also possible to mount a road surface treatment machine on its own chassis construction and propulsion system (self-propelled or pedestrian-controlled). In all cases the machine and chassis form an integral unit.
Directives and standards for the vehicular truck chassis aspects, termed 'carrier vehicle' in this document, would be those relative to that equipment, even where specific modifications have been made to realize the road surface treatment application. The use in public road traffic is governed by the national regulations.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards identified through a risk assessment relevant to road surface treatment machines when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard does not deal with significant hazards associated with pressurized tanks, and EMC. This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards associated with machine operation, setting and adjustments, load discharge and routine maintenance.
This European Standard does not include requirements for the carrier vehicles or special constructions. These are covered in directives related to the construction of vehicles. Demountable bodywork systems (e.g. demountable containers) are specified in other standards. Vibrations are not dealt with in the standard, because for all machines of this family vibration is not a relevant hazard due to the low working speed and special working conditions (e.g. flat surface).
This European Standard does not deal with the risks associated with the operation of the machines in potentially explosive atmospheres.
This European Standard does not include requirements of the 94/55/EC Directive related to transport of dangerous goods by road but contains additional specifications in link with these existing requirements.
This European Standard applies to machines which are manufactured after the date of approval of this standard by CEN.

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This European Standard applies to table edge finishing machines (see 3.1) and belt edge finishing machines (see 3.2) which are used to grind, polish, cut and shape the edge or surface of slabs, strips or tiles of natural stone and engineered stone (e.g. agglomerated stone) as defined by EN 14618:2009.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to edge finishing machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
This European Standard deals all significant hazards that may occur within the expected lifetime of the machinery including the phases of transport, assembly, dismantling, disabling and scrapping.
This European Standard also applies to machines fitted with the following facilities/devices:
-   automatic tool change;
-   tilting and/or rotating head axis;
-   rotating workpiece support(s);
-   axes operating according a NC work programme;
-   mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic or vacuum workpiece clamping;
and the following accessory units:
-   spindle with grinding and polishing tool;
-   spindle with bush-hammering tool;
-   spindle with diamond wheel;
-   spindle with calibrating tool;
-   spindle with dripstone tool;
-   spindle with cutting tool;
-   spindle with shaping tool.
This European Standard does not deal with:
-   hand-held grinding machines;
-   machines intended for operation in a potentially explosive atmosphere;
-   operation in severe environmental conditions (e.g. extreme temperatures, corrosive environment);
-   machines intended for outdoor operation.
This European Standard is not applicable to machinery which is manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This European Standard specifies the safety requirements applicable to stationary and relocatable mixing plants for the production of materials (e.g. hot-mix asphalt, cold-mix asphalt, cement gravel) used for the construction and maintenance of traffic routes (roads, highways, sidewalks, airfields, etc.) water retaining works, dam walls, culverts, etc.
This European Standard applies to the following types of mixing plant:
a)   hot Asphalt mixing plant;
b)   cold mixing plant (e.g. for production of cement gravel, cold mix asphalt);
c)   mixing plant for bituminous or non-bituminous reclaimed materials;
d)   mixing plant for mastic asphalt, also including natural asphalt.
Machines moving during the working process (e.g. mobile mastic asphalt mixers) and crushers are not covered by this European Standard.
Those types of asphalt mixing plants can also be combined or enlarged by additional installations (e.g. Plant for storage of binders (e.g. bituminous, synthetic, vegetal).
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards pertinent to mixing plants, when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
This European Standard does not apply to machines for the production of cement concrete and mortar as covered in EN 12151.
This European Standard does not deal with hazards caused by flammable gases. As soon as information is available it will be included.
This European Standard is not applicable to mixing plants for road construction materials, which are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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This standard applies to snow grooming equipment as defined in 3.1 and its use with attachments as described in 3.2. With the exception of rear-mounted snow tillers and front blade attachments, this standard does not deal with the specific hazards of the attachments themselves. This standard is not applicable to snowmobiles.
This standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to snow grooming equipment, when it is used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). It also deals with hazards during commissioning, use, fault-finding and maintenance.
This standard is not applicable to snow grooming equipment manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.
NOTE   For travelling on public roads, national traffic regulations apply until harmonised requirements are available.

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This European Standard applies to the design, construction, equipping, marking and testing of air locks as defined in 3.3 including pressure bulkheads as defined in 3.4, which are to be used in tunnelling work. An oxygen breathing system used to provide the breathing supply necessary to conduct a safe decompression is also covered by this standard.
This European Standard is not applicable to machinery and equipment which is manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.
NOTE   Air locks can be connected to tunnelling machinery. This standard can help the design of air locks and bulkheads in other compressed air work in construction.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to such machinery when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
This European Standard does not cover the supply of services to the air lock.
Vibration, noise and EMC (Electromagnetic compatibility) hazards are not significant hazards for air locks.
This European Standard does not cover the hazards due to the mobility of the machinery.

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This European Standard, together with part 1, deals with all significant hazards for foundation equipment when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer associated with the whole life time of the machine (see Clause 4).
The requirements of this part are complementary to the common requirements formulated in EN 16228 1:2014
This document does not repeat the requirements from EN 16228 1:2014 but adds or replaces the requirements for application for foundation equipment.
In this document the general term “foundation equipment” covers several different types of machines used for installation and/or extracting by drilling (machines with a rotary torque greater than 35 kNm), driving, vibrating, pushing, pulling or a combination of techniques, or any other way, of:
—   longitudinal foundation elements;
—   soil improvement by vibrating and soil mixing techniques;
—   vertical drainage.
NOTE   Some foundation equipment may have an additional rotary head with a torque less than 35 kNm for pre-drilling applications; this equipment is covered by this standard.
Machines with one or more of the following characteristics are not covered by this standard, but are covered by EN 16228 2:
—   machines that have a main rotary head torque of less than 35 kNm;
—   machines that have multi-directional drilling capability;
—   machines for which adding and removing rods or digging and drilling tools etc. is usually required during the installation/extraction process.
Typically the process of foundation techniques involves the installation of longitudinal elements such as concrete piles, steel beams, tubes and sheet piles, injection elements as tubes and hoses and casings for cast in situ.

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This European Standard, together with part 1, deals with all significant hazards for horizontal directional drilling equipment (HDD) when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer associated with the whole life time of the machine (see Clause 4).
The requirements of this part are complementary to the common requirements formulated in EN 16228 1:2014.
This document does not repeat the requirements from EN 16228 1, but adds or replaces the requirements for application for horizontal directional drills.
A machine is considered a horizontal directional drill if it is designed to drill in a shallow arc for the installation of pipes, conduits, and cables and typically has a drill string entry angle of less than 45° relative to the operating surface of the earth.

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This European Standard, together with part 1, deals with all significant hazards for diaphragm walling equipment when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer associated with the whole life time of the machine (see Clause 4).
The requirements of this part are complementary to the common requirements formulated in EN 16228 1:2014.
This document does not repeat the requirements from EN 16228 1, but adds or replaces the requirements for application for diaphragm walling equipment.

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This European Standard, together with part 1, deals with all significant hazards for interchangeable auxiliary equipment when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer associated with the whole life time of the machine (see Clause 4).
The requirements of this part are complementary to the common requirements formulated in EN 16228 1:2014.
This document does not repeat the requirements from EN 16228 1, but adds or replaces the requirements for application for interchangeable auxiliary equipment.
This document specifies the specific safety requirements for interchangeable auxiliary equipment to be used in drilling and foundation operations, connected with drilling and foundation equipment, agricultural equipment and/or earth moving machinery when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.
Interchangeable auxiliary equipment includes pile installation and extraction equipment, impact hammers, extractors, vibrators, deep vibrators, static pile pushing/pulling devices, rotary percussion hammers, rotary drilling drives, drill mast equipment such as leaders equipped with a drill stem and gears attached to the boom of an excavator and casing oscillators/rotators.
Diaphragm wall cutting tools are dealt with in EN 16228 5.

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This European Standard, together with part 1, deals with all significant hazards for mobile drill rigs for civil and geotechnical engineering, quarrying and mining when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer associated with the whole life time of the machine (see Clause 4).
The requirements of this part are complementary to the common requirements formulated in EN 16228 1:2014.
This document does not repeat the requirements from EN 16228 1, but adds or replaces the requirements for application for mobile drill rigs.
In this document the general term “mobile drill rig” covers several different types of machines for use in:
—   civil engineering;
—   geotechnical engineering (including ground investigation, anchoring, soil nailing, mini-piling, ground stabilization, grouting);
—   water well drilling;
—   geothermal installations;
—   landfill drilling;
—   underpinning, tunnelling, mining and quarrying;
—   for use above ground as well as underground.
Typically, the process of drilling involves the addition of drill rods, tubes, casings or augers etc., normally threaded, as the borehole extends to depth.
NOTE 1   For machines with torque greater than 35 kNm see EN 16228–4 initially.
NOTE 2   The term “drill rigs” includes rigs with a separate power pack supplied by the rig manufacturer.

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This European Standard, together with part 1, deals with all significant hazards for jetting, grouting and injection equipment when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer associated with the whole life time of the machine (see Clause 4).
The requirements of this part are complementary to the common requirements formulated in EN 16228 1:2014
This document does not repeat the requirements from EN 16228 1:2014, but adds or replaces the requirements for application for jetting, grouting and injection equipment.
Rigs for drilling, vibrating, pile driving, to be used for preparing holes for these applications are covered by EN 16228 2:2014 and/or EN 16228 4:2014.
Jetting, grouting and injection equipment is used in the preparation, transfer and application of grouting materials used for either:
—   the improvement of ground condition; or
—   the filling of voids e.g. around piles or ground anchors.
Jetting, grouting and injection equipment are constituted by all equipment and installations, operated by hand or electrically, pneumatically, mechanically or hydraulically powered, necessary for the following:
—   mixing, storing, measuring and pumping of substances (cement suspension, mortar or chemical liquids/mixtures);
—   jetting, grouting and injection processes (of/into subsoil) with low, medium or high pressure or vacuum systems;
—   all types of pressure and wear resistant grout hoses, fittings, quick release coupling with thread or hose connection, ball valves and flexible pipes;
—   all control systems, electrical or mechanical pressure and flow recorders, for monitoring the grouting;
—   all jetting, grouting and injection accessories, such as: special tools, lances, rods, sockets, packers, retention clamps and swivel hooks.

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This European Standard is applicable to tunnelling machinery as defined in Clause 3 used for the construction of tunnels, shafts and other underground excavations.
It deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to such machinery when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
This European Standard covers monitoring for hazardous atmospheres within the confines of the tunnelling machinery.
Hand-arm and whole-body vibration are not considered as significant hazard for tunnelling machinery.
The following items and applications are not covered by this European Standard:
-   The additional requirements for the use of tunnelling machinery under hyperbaric conditions;
-   the additional requirements for use of tunnelling machinery in potentially explosive atmospheres;
NOTE      For the application in potentially explosive atmospheres see EN 1710:2005+A1:2008 for guidance.
-   ancillary tools and equipment which are not an integral part of the tunnelling machinery but used on or with the machinery;
-   services (e.g. power supply, water, pipes, compressed air, etc.) supplied to the tunnelling machinery;
-   loading and transport equipment which is not an integral part of the tunnelling machinery, e.g. man riders, locomotives, grout cars, segment cars, muck cars and shaft hoisting equipment.
This European Standard is not applicable to road headers, continuous miners and impact rippers.
This European Standard is not applicable to tunnelling machinery which is manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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This European Standard specifies the common safety requirements for drilling and foundation equipment.
Part 1 of this European Standard deals with the significant hazards common to drilling and foundation equipment (see Annex A), when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer associated with the whole life time of the machine (transport, assembly, dismantling, equipment in service and out of service, maintenance, moving on site, storage, disabling and scrapping).
NOTE 1   The requirements specified in this part of the standard are common to two or more families of drilling and foundation equipment.
This document gives safety requirements for all types of drilling and foundation equipment and is intended to be used in conjunction with one of parts 2 to 7. These machine specific parts do not repeat the requirements from part 1 but supplement or modify the requirements for the type of drilling and foundation equipment in question.
For multipurpose machinery, the parts of the standard that cover the specific functions and applications are used, e.g. a drilling machine also used as a piling machine will use the relevant requirements of EN 16228 parts 1, 2, and 4.
The following machines are excluded from the scope of this standard:
   tunnelling machines, unshielded tunnel boring machines and rodless shaft boring machines for rock according to prEN 16191;
   raise boring machines;
   drill rigs used in oil and gas industry.
NOTE 2   Specific requirements for offshore applications are not covered by this European Standard.
Where a drilling or foundation equipment of fixed configuration that is not intended to be separated is assembled using a carrier based on earth-moving equipment, agricultural equipment, or a crane, then the completed assembly will conform to the requirements specified in this drilling and foundation equipment standard.
Drilling and foundation equipment within the scope of EN 16228 parts 1 to 6 may include interchangeable auxiliary equipment within the scope of EN 16228 part 7, either as an integral part of its construction or as interchangeably fitted equipment.
If drilling and foundation equipment is intended to be used in a potentially explosive atmosphere, additional requirements will need to be met which are not covered by this standard.

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This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to road headers and continuous miners as defined in Clause 3 (here in after called machines) when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
NOTE 1   Within the intended use, overturning of the road header or continuous miner is not a significant hazard.
Excavators are out of the scope of this standard and are covered by EN 474 1:2006+A4:2013 and EN 474 5:2006+A3:2013.
The following items and applications are not covered by this European Standard:
—   the supply of electricity up to the switch box;
—   use of the machine in potentially explosive atmospheres;
—   use of the machine under hyperbaric conditions;
—   loading and transport equipment which is not an integral part of the machine.
This European Standard covers incorporation of monitoring devices for hazardous atmospheres.
This European Standard is not applicable to machines manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.
NOTE 2   Directive 94/9/EC concerning equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres can be applicable to the type of machine or equipment covered by this European Standard. The present standard is not intended to provide means of complying with the essential health and safety requirements of Directive 94/9/EC. For the application in potentially explosive atmospheres see EN 1710:2005+A1:2008.

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This European Standard applies to machines used for highway maintenance which are attached to or mounted on carrier vehicles and which are defined in clause 3. Directives and standards for the vehicular truck chassis aspect, termed 'carrier vehicle' in this standard, would be those relevant to that equipment, even where specific modifications have been made to adapt the machines for highway maintenance application. The use in public road traffic is governed by the national regulations.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards identified through a risk assessment pertinent to highway maintenance machines, when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see clause 4). This European Standard does not deal with significant hazards associated with !deleted text" EMC. This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards associated with machine operation, setting and adjustments, load discharge and routine maintenance.
This European Standard does not include requirements for the carrier vehicles (e.g. trucks, tractors, construction machines, industrial trucks) as well as their demountable bodywork. These are covered in directives related to the construction of vehicles. Demountable bodywork systems are specified in other standards.
This European Standard does not deal with:
-   walker-operated an hand-held machines;
-   machines for the maintenance of sports grounds;
-   machines for agriculture, horticulture and forestry;
-   winter-service machines;
-   street-cleansing machines, except sweepers #deleted text$;
-   earth-moving machinery;
-   pit and sewer cleaning vehicles/-machines;
-   lifting platforms;
-   refuse-collecting vehicles;
-   bridge-inspection equipment;
-   loading cranes;
-   wood-choppers (bush wood choppers).
A machine which is a combination of several parts with different uses should conform to all the standards referring to the corresponding parts of the machine.
This European Standard does not deal with the risks associated with the operation of machines in potentially explosive atmospheres.
This standard applies to machines manufactured after the date of approval of this standard through CEN.

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This part of EN 474 deals with all specific significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to hydraulic excavators as defined in EN ISO 6165:2006, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
This part also deals with object handling application, shovel application and log application.
The requirements of this part are complementary to the common requirements formulated in EN 474-1:2006+A3:2013.
This part does not repeat the requirements from EN 474-1:2006+A3:2013, but adds or replaces the requirements for application for hydraulic excavators.
This part specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events during commissioning, operation and maintenance of hydraulic excavators.
This European Standard is not applicable to hydraulic excavators manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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ISO 3164:2013 specifies the deflection limiting volume (DLV) to be used when performing laboratory evaluations of structures which provide protection to operators of earth-moving machinery as defined in ISO 6165.

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ISO 6165:2012 gives terms and definitions and an identification structure for classifying earth-moving machinery designed to perform the following operations: excavation, loading, transportation, and drilling, spreading, compacting or trenching of earth, rock and other materials, during work, for example, on roads and dams, in quarries and mines, and on building sites. Its purpose is to provide a clear means of identifying machines according to their function and design configurations.

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1.1   This European Standard specifies the safety requirements for
-   conveying machines,
-   spraying machines,
-   placing machines, and
-   delivery line systems
for concrete and mortar as defined in the definitions in 3.3 to 3.6.
The machinery can be stationary or mobile.
This European Standard does not cover:
-   machines that are mobile during conveying, spraying and placing;
-   cabins for any machines covered by this standard;
-   additional functions beyond conveying, spraying and placing concrete and mortar, e.g. separate mixing function or crane function;
-   requirements for operation in tunnels;
-   support structures (i.e. tower systems) not exclusively designed for the use with concrete distribution booms.
This European Standard does not establish the additional requirements for operations subject to special rules (e.g. potentially explosive atmospheres, supply by electrical networks where voltage, frequency and tolerance differ from those of the public supply, earthquake, lightning, using on public roads, etc.).
1.2   This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to conveying, spraying and placing machines when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards during transportation, assembly, dismantling, disabling, scrapping, operation and maintenance.
1.3   This European Standard is not applicable to machines which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This part of EN 474 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to wheel and crawler backhoe loaders as defined in EN ISO 6165:2006, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
This part also deals with fork application, object handling application and log handling.
The requirements of this part are complementary to the common requirements formulated in
EN 474-1:2006+A1:2009.
This does not repeat the requirements from EN 474-1:2006+A1:2009, but adds or replaces the requirements for application for backhoe loaders.
This part specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events during commissioning, operation and maintenance of backhoe loaders.
This European Standard is not applicable to machinery manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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ISO 3450:2011 specifies minimum performance requirements and test procedures for the service, secondary and parking brake systems of wheeled and high-speed rubber-tracked earth-moving machines, for the uniform assessment of those brake systems.
It is applicable to the following earth-moving machinery, operating on work sites or in mining, or travelling on public roads: self-propelled, rubber-tyred earth-moving machines, as defined in ISO 6165; self-propelled rollers and landfill compactors, as defined in ISO 6165 and ISO 8811; self-propelled scrapers, as defined in ISO 7133; remote-control machines, as defined in ISO 6165, wheeled or rubber-tracked; derivative earth-moving machines with rubber tyres; earth-moving machines with rubber tracks and a maximum machine speed greater than or equal to 20 km/h.
It is not applicable to pedestrian-controlled earth-moving machinery (see ISO 17063) or crawler earth-moving machines with steel or rubber tracks that travel at less than 20 km/h (see ISO 10265). While purpose-built underground mining machines are not within the scope of ISO 3450:2011, its provisions can generally be applied to those machines with some braking performance modifications and additions, given in an annex.

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ISO 2867:2011 specifies criteria for systems that provide access to the operator station and to routine maintenance points on earth-moving machinery as defined in ISO 6165. It is applicable to the access systems (e.g. enclosure openings, platforms, guardrails, handrails and handholds, stairways and steps, ladders) on such machines parked in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Its criteria are based on the 5th to 95th percentile operator dimensions as defined in ISO 3411.
The general principles set out in ISO 2867:2011 can be used for the selection of fixed and/or portable access systems for repairs, assembly, disassembly and longer interval maintenance. It deals with the following significant hazards, hazardous situations and events: slip, trip and fall of persons, unhealthy postures and excessive effort.

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1.1   This document applies to concrete compactors and smoothing machines as defined in Clause 3 and illustrated in Annex A and Annex B.
This standard also applies for hand-held motor-operated concrete vibrators as defined in EN 60745-2-12:2003, but with the additional safety requirements for electronically controlled systems as defined in this standard (see 5.2.1.2).
1.2   This document does not deal with auxiliary equipment which provides the energy for internal and external vibrators, e.g. air compressors, hydraulic power sources and voltage transformers. This document does not apply to remote-controlled or portable smoothing machines and self-acting (robotic) smoothing machines.
1.3   This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to concrete com-pactors and smoothing machines, when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manu-facturer (see Clause 4). This document specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks aris-ing from the significant hazards.
This standard also includes measures to consider reasonably foreseeable misuse.
1.4   This document is not applicable to machines which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This part of EN 500 specifies the safety requirements for compaction machines as defined in Clause 3 and deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to compaction machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable.
This document specifies additional requirements to and/or exceptions from EN 500-1 "Common requirements".

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1.1   This part of EN 12629, taken together with EN 12629-1:2000+A1, applies to machines for the manufacture of constructional products of calcium-silicate or concrete, where the mould(s) is(are) mounted on a turning or slide table. The motive power for compressing the mixture is effected either mechanically (Annexes A, B), or hydraulically (Annexes C and D).
EN 12629-1:2000+A1 specifies general requirements applicable to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and calcium silicate.
This document specifies the additional requirements to and/or the deviations from EN 12629-1:2000+A1 specific to the machines it covers.
1.2   This European Standard deals with all significant hazards pertinent to these machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
1.3   This European Standard applies to the machines from the point at which the mixture enters the machine (see point 1 of annexes A, B, C, D) and the point where the pallets for concrete products are brought to the assembly (see point 8 at annexes C and D) until the point where the green products are removed from the machine to the curing system (see point 2 of annexes A, B, C, D).
1.4   This European Standard deals with the hazards listed in Clause 4 which can arise during the operation and maintenance, including the interfaces, of the slide and turntable machines, when carried out in accordance with the specifications given by the manufacturer or his authorised representative.
This standard establishes safety requirements and/or methods of protection which apply to these machines.
1.5   This document is not applicable to block making machines, which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This part of EN 12629, taken together with EN 12629-1:2000+A1, applies to machines for the manufacture of blocks, kerbs, paving stones and similar concrete products.
EN 12629-1:2000+A1 specifies general requirements applicable to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and calcium silicate.
This document specifies the additional requirements to and/or the deviations from EN 12629-1:2000+A1 specific to the machines it covers.
1.2   This European Standard deals with all significant hazards pertinent to these machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
1.3   This European Standard applies to the machines from the point at which the mixture enters the machine (see point 1-2 of annex B) and the point where the pallet boards are brought to the assembly (see point 3 of annex B) until the point where the green products are removed from the machine assembly to the curing system (see point 4 of annex B).
1.4   This European Standard deals with the hazards listed in clause 4 which can arise during the operation and maintenance, including the interfaces, of the block making machines, when carried out in accordance with the specifications given by the manufacturer or his authorised representative.
NOTE 1   Amendment is under preparation to deal with noise, in particular for measures to reduce noise at source and a noise test code including noise declaration.
NOTE 2   Interfaces between the block making machines and others of the installation are dealt with in
EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 (7.2).
This standard establishes safety requirements and/or methods of protection which apply to these machines.

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1.1   This part of EN 12629, taken together with EN 12629-1:2000+A1, applies to concrete roof tile making machines.
EN 12629-1:2000+A1 specifies general requirements applicable to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and calcium silicate.
This document specifies the additional requirements to and/or the deviations from EN 12629-1:2000+A1 specific to the machines it covers.
1.2   Limits of the machine
The tile making machine is considered to begin at the point where moulds and/or the concrete are delivered to the fixed part of the machine and ends after the tile cutting process where products on their moulds are delivered on to an outfeed conveyor (see Annexes A and B). Moulds and concrete may be delivered to and removed from the machine by hand.
The preparation of the concrete mixture and the transport from the mixer to the machine are not covered by this standard.
The equipment for the transport and handling of formed products is not covered by this standard.
1.3   This European Standard deals with all significant hazards pertinent to these machines, including the interfaces, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
This standard establishes safety requirements and/or methods of protection which applies to these machines.
1.4   This document is not applicable to concrete roof tile making machines, which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This part of EN 12629, taken together with EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010, applies to hydraulic machines for the manufacture of bricks, blocs and elements of calcium-silicate (as illustrated in Annexes A and B).
NOTE   Calcium-silicate can be replaced by concrete.
EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specifies general requirements applicable to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and calcium silicate.
This document specifies the additional requirements to and/or the deviations from EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specific to the machines it covers.
1.2   This European Standard deals with all significant hazards pertinent to these machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
Noise hazard and vibration hazard are considered as not significant for those machines.
1.3   This European Standard applies to the machines from the point at which the mixture enters the machine (see point 1 at annex A, B) until the point where the green products are removed from the machine to the curing system (see point 2 of annex A, B).
1.4   This document is not applicable to machines and equipment for the manufacture of constructional products from calcium silicate (and concrete), which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This part of EN 12629, taken together with EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010, applies to machines for the manufacture of pipes in the horizontal axis and similar elements from concrete.
EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specifies general requirements applicable to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and calcium silicate.
This document specifies the additional requirements to and/or the deviations from EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specific to the machines it covers.
1.2   This European Standard deals with all significant hazards pertinent to these machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
This standard establishes safety requirements and/or methods of protection which applies to these machines.
1.3   This European standard applies to the pipe making machines manufacturing in horizontal axis which may form an integral part of a pipe making process plant.
1.4   This document is not applicable to pipe making machines manufacturing in the horizontal axis, which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This part of EN 12629, taken together with EN 12629-1:2000+A1, applies to pipe prestressing machines as defined in Clause 3.
EN 12629-1:2000+A1 specifies general requirements applicable to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and calcium silicate.
This document specifies the additional requirements to and/or the deviations from EN 12629-1:2000+A1 specific to the machines it covers.
1.2   This European Standard deals with all significant hazards pertinent to these machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
This standard establishes safety requirements and/or methods of protection which applies to these machines.
1.3   This European standard applies to the concrete pipe prestressing machines which may form an integral part of a pipe making process plant.
1.4   This document is not applicable to pipe prestressing machines, which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This part of EN 12629, taken together with EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010, applies to stationary and mobile equipment for the manufacture of precast reinforced products as defined in Clause 3 and applies to these machines also when used for the manufacture of non-reinforced moulded products.
EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specifies general requirements applicable to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and calcium silicate.
This document specifies the additional requirements to and/or the deviations from EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specific to the machines it covers.
1.2   This document applies to the modules comprising production machines (with or without turnover demoulding) for the manufacturing of reinforced moulded products as shown below and illustrated in informative Annexes A and B.
NOTE   This machinery can consist of three modules and they are generally designed to obtain a large moulding capacity (middle length of the products from 3 to 4 meters), with a limit height of demoulding of 1 m and a maximum width of 1,50 m.
Module A:   Manufacturing machines by vibration or compression and floating, with or without turnover.
Module B:   Stocking/hardening unit.
Module C:   Assembly for palletising/packaging of the concrete products. This module also permits the inspection of the products.
These machines are designed to perform the following cyclic operations:
-   manufacturing by vibration and even compression (oiling, mould feeding concrete + reinforcement, vibration, floating, interlocking, turnover, removing from mould);
-   storage of moulds and pallet boards for concrete hardening;
-   products destacking and packaging;
-   moulds and pallet boards return to the manufacturing module.
Any of these operations may be manual, semi-automatic or automatic.
This document deals with automatic and semi-automatic operations of modules A and C and with automatic operations of module B.

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This European Standard applies to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and/or calcium silicate examples of which are listed in annex A of this part. It gives concepts and general and common requirements for the design, operation and maintenance of such machines.
1.2   This European Standard deals with hazards listed in Clause 4 which can arise during the operation and maintenance, including the interfaces, of the machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and calcium silicate, when carried out as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.
Part 2 to 8 of this standard give additional specific requirements and therefore have to be applied together with this part.
1.3   The preparation of concrete and/or calcium-silicate mixture and the transport from the mixer to the manufacturing plant are not part of this European Standard (see EN 12151:2007). The equipment for the transport and handling of formed products, other than the integrated transport system, is not covered by this stand
1.4   At the time of drafting, machine specific noise test codes for EN 12629-2 to -8 are not available to fulfill the requirements of 5.7.2 and 7.4.2. When they are available, they will be incorporated in these standards.
1.5   This document is not applicable to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and/or calcium silicate, which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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1.1   This part of EN 12629, taken together with EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010, applies to stationary and mobile equipment for the benched manufacture of prestressed products. The manufacturing bed is a machine with which other associated machines work simultaneously. Moreover, these machines are generally used on beds installed in parallel.
EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specifies general requirements applicable to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and calcium silicate.
This document specifies the additional requirements to and/or the deviations from EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specific to the machines it covers.
1.2   This standard gives particular requirements for the design of the following machines:
-   Pre-stressing bed (schematic representation is given in annex A);
-   Bed sweeper, vacuum cleaner, oiler, wire-guide machine (schematic representation is given in annex B);
-   Bed layout machine (schematic representation is given in annex C);
-   Strand pushing/pulling machine (schematic representation is given in annex D);
-   Spinner, extruder, vibrodistributor (schematic representation is given in annex E);
-   Tarpaulin paying out and winding in machine (schematic representation is given in annex F);
-   Sawing machine (schematic representation is given in annex G).
NOTE   The manufacturing operations include some or all of the following:
-   treating pre-stressing bed with release agent;
-   "marking out" the elements (slabs, plain slabs, etc.) to be made;
-   running the pre-stressing strands;
-   pre-tensioning;
-   installing the shutterings, (formwork, side shutters, end plates and inserts)
-   fixing reinforcement;
-   tensioning;
-   concrete distribution and compaction;
-   winding out the tarpaulin;
-   heating;
-   detensioning;
-   removal of shettering, formwork, etc. ;
-   strands cutting or sawing;
-   removal of final products;
-   bed cleaning.
The concrete supply interface which is taken into account for safety is also considered.

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This part of EN 12629, taken together with EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010, applies to machines for vertical manufacture of pipes, manholes and similar elements from concrete.
EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specifies general requirements applicable to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and calcium silicate.
This document specifies the additional requirements to and/or the deviations from EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specific to the machines it covers.
1.2   This European Standard deals with all significant hazards pertinent to these machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
This standard establishes safety requirements and/or methods of protection which applies to these machines.
1.3   This European standard applies to the pipe making machines manufacturing in the vertical axis which may form an integral part of a pipe making process plant.
1.4   This document is not applicable to pipe making machines manufacturing in the vertical axis, which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This part of EN 12629, taken together with EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010, applies to concrete pipe coating machines as defined in Clause 3.
EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specifies general requirements applicable to machines for the manufacture of constructional products from concrete and calcium silicate.
This document specifies the additional requirements to and/or the deviations from EN 12629-1:2000+A1:2010 specific to the machines it covers.
1.2   This European Standard deals with all significant hazards pertinent to these machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards.
This standard establishes safety requirements and/or methods of protection which applies to these machines.
1.3   This European standard applies to the concrete pipe coating making machines which may form an integral part of a pipe making process plant.
1.4   This document is not applicable to concrete pipe coating machines, which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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2010-03-16 EMA: Consultants added following e-mail from PM sent to dataservice on 2010-03-15.
TC - In 1.2, only the 1st and 2nd sentences have been replaced by the amendment, the 3rd sentence concerning noise has been excluded from change. Now the TC requests to delete the 3rd sentence in adition to the change requested by amendment  -  Mechanical engineering - Machinery
2013: Originator of XML version: first setup pilot of CCMC in 2012

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This European Standard contains the requirements for stationary machines for the drilling of flat glass, using a powered rotating tool. Stationary machines are classified into:
a)   manual;
b)   semi-automatic;
c)   automatic single-head or multi-head;
d)   fully automatic.
1.2   This European Standard deals with the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to drilling machines for flat glass when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards during commissioning, the operation and maintenance. Safety requirements and/or protective measures are given in Clause 5. When references are made to B level standards such as EN 953, EN 983, EN 999, EN 1037,
EN 1088, EN 60204-1, EN ISO 13850 and EN ISO 13857, the manufacturer should carry out an adequate risk assessment for the requirements thereof where choice is necessary.
1.3   This European Standard does not address the safety requirements for conveyor belts, rollers (see EN 619) or other means of transporting the glass to and from the drilling machine (see e.g. EN 13035-5).
1.4   This European Standard is not applicable to drilling machines which are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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This European Standard contains the safety requirements for the design and installation of stationary glass washing installations as shown as typical in Annex A.
Glass washing installations are designed to perform the following functions: feeding of flat glass to the cleaning and drying unit and transport (delivery) to the estimation equipment and to the take-off position of the flat glass sheet. None of the processing phases requires direct manual intervention.
1.2   !This European Standard deals with the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events with the exception of those by interfaces with other machines used in a process line relevant to glass washing installa-tions, when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4)." This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks which can arise from these significant hazards during commissioning, the operation and maintenance. ! Safety requirements and/or protective measures are given in Clause 5. When references are made to B level standards such as EN 953, EN 1037, EN 1088, EN 60204-1, EN ISO 13850 and EN ISO 13857, the manufacturer should carry out an adequate risk assessment for the requirements thereof where choice is necessary."
1.3   This European Standard is not applicable to machines for loading and unloading of glass (see EN 13035-5) and to conveyors (see EN 619) and fans. If there are specific risks that arise by their use as an integral part of flat glass washing installations, appropriate measures are specified.
1.4   This European Standard is not applicable to glass washing installations for automotive and bent glass.
1.5   This European Standard is not applicable to water preparation and disposal of waste washing liquid.
1.6   This European Standard is not applicable to machinery manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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This European Standard applies for machines and installations for stacking and de-stacking that are specifically de-signed for building-up or taking down upright stacks of flat glass sheet by sheet including unloading and loading of single sheets of flat glass from or onto machines or transport devices (conveyors).
NOTE   For sketches with examples of typical constructions, see Annex A (informative), Figures A.1 to A.9.
1.2   This European Standard deals with the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to machines and installations for stacking and de-stacking flat glass when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). Those hazards which are dealt with in the ad-hoc standard EN 619 for conveyors are excepted. This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards during commissioning, operation and maintenance.
1.3   This European Standard is not applicable to the significant hazards of conveyors and other machines for the manufacture, treatment and processing of flat glass, e.g. tilting tables, equipment for storage of flat glass, such as stillages. If there are specific hazards which arise by the co-operation of this machinery and equipment with machines and installations for stacking and de-stacking, appropriate measures are specified.
1.4   This European Standard is not applicable to building up or taking down stacks by means of cranes that are temporarily equipped via hook with load-lifting attachments with suction cups to lift flat glass.
1.5   When compiling this European Standard, it was assumed that lifting movements are only used as part of full automatic machines and that the related hazards are not significant.

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This standard contains the requirements for safety for the design and installation of tilting tables, where the flat glass is brought from the horizontal almost to the vertical position or vice versa by lying on or supported at the lower edge leaning against a supporting surface.
1.2   This standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to tilting tables for flat glass, when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards during commissioning, operation and maintenance. Noise is not a significant hazard for this type of machines.
1.3   This standard is not applicable to tilting tables where all movements are done by human power.
1.4   This standard is not applicable to additional equipment, e.g. for cutting (see EN 13035-3), loading and unloading (see EN 13035-5), break-out (see EN 13035-6), transporting (see EN 619) of flat glass as used as integral parts of the machinery.  If there are specific risks that arise in connection with tilting tables, appropriate measures are specified.
1.5   This document is not applicable to tilting tables which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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