This document provides product category rules (PCR) for Type III environmental declarations for windows and pedestrian doorsets as defined in EN 14351-1 and EN 14351-2. Windows and pedestrian doorsets additionally providing fire resistance and/or smoke control characteristics according to EN 16034 are also covered by this document.
NOTE 1   Windows that incorporate shutters and/or shutter boxes and/or blinds are in scope of this PCR. For any connected electrical devices (e.g. motors, sensors) -see 6.3.4.2.
This document complements the core rules for the product category of construction products as defined in the European standard EN 15804:2012+A1:2013. The document is to be used in conjunction with EN 15804:2012+A1:2013, not replace it.
NOTE 2   The assessment of social and economic performances at product level is not covered by this document.
The core PCR:
-   defines the parameters to be declared and the way in which they are collated and reported;
-   describes which stages of a product’s life cycle are considered in the EPD and which processes are to be included in the life cycle stages;
-   defines rules for the development of scenarios;
-   includes the rules for calculating the Life Cycle Inventory and the Life Cycle Impact Assessment underlying the EPD, including the specification of the data quality to be applied;
-   includes the rules for reporting the predetermined, environmental and health information that is not covered by Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for the product, construction process(es) and construction service(s), as relevant;
-   defines the conditions under which construction products can be compared based on the information provided by EPD.
For the EPD of construction services the same rules and requirements apply as for the EPD of construction products.

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1.1   General
This document applies to Mechatronic door furniture (MDF) fitted on the door set which gives the possibility to control the locking and/or release part through an electronic authorization means. This can be operable by credentials (i.e. card, code, biometric).
The MDF according to this document is combined with locks according to EN 12209, EN 14846, prEN 15685 or may be a part of an emergency exit device according to EN 179, EN 1125 or EN 13637.
The MDF may be standalone or linkable to an external control system.
The document would allow classifying the MDF upon several characteristics such as category of use, durability, environmental, security, and type of operating device.
The suitability of the MDF for use on fire or smoke-door assemblies is determined by fire resistance tests conducted in addition to the performance testing specified by this document.
1.2   Exclusions
This document does not cover:
-   mechatronic cylinders according to EN 15684;
-   electromechanical operated locks and striking plates according to EN 14846.

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This document specifies requirements for the design manual system sliding doors, sliding corner doors and folding doors of the bi-fold type and multi-panel folding doors but excluding doors and panels. Cycle tests, static load, initial friction and corrosion resistance tests are included for fittings and track only.
This document covers door gear for all industrial, commercial and residential sliding doors and folding doors.
This document does not cover the rollers for horizontal sliding and building hardware for inward or outward sliding folding windows (types N Q, R and S) in accordance with EN 13126-15, building hardware for Lift and Slide windows (type P) in accordance with EN 13126-16 and building hardware for Tilt and Slide windows (type T) in accordance with EN 13126-17.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of rollers for horizontal sliding and hardware for inward or outward sliding folding windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in Figures C.1 to C.7 in informative Annex C. This document is applicable to rollers irrespective of whether they are adjustable or not and irrespective of the method or type of fixing or if they are used independently, or in multiples or combinations.
All components of the hardware (e.g. guide tracks, lateral guides, rails, hinges) used while testing the rollers for sliding folding windows and door height windows (window types Q, R and S) are considered to be part of the complete sliding folding hardware set.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of hardware for Lift and Slide windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in informative Annex C, regardless of whether the hardware enables an additional tilt position.
NOTE 1   This document is also applicable to hardware systems, whereby the sash itself is not lifted but a gasket mechanism is moved.
NOTE 2   This document is also applicable to hardware systems, whereby the sash itself is not lifted but the sash is being moved parallel to the plane of the frame.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of hardware for Tilt and Slide windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in Figures C.1 and C.2 in informative Annex C.

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This document specifies test methods for the determination of the bearing capacity (ultimate limit state and serviceability limit state) of infill support which cannot be calculated in accordance with current codes or conventional calculations based upon the strength of the materials or to compare the calculation when necessary.
Three different types of infill (glass) supports are dealt in this standard:
- The cantilever infill (glass) supports, see Figure 1 (a);
- The cruciform infill (glass) supports only fixed to the mullion, see Figure 1 (b);
- Corner infill (glass) supports only fixed to the mullion, see Figure 1 (c).
The test method is intended for the assessment of cantilever infill (glass) supports that have not been tested according to EN 16758 (see Figure 9). The results of the test method can only be interpreted when incorporated with the results from a test in accordance with EN 16758.
It is essential that cruciform and corner infill (glass) supports only fixed to the mullion are tested in accordance with this standard.
The infill (glass) supports connected to the mullion and the transom together are considered as a part of sheared connection and are covered by EN 16758.
Where the mechanical performances of the infill (glass) support is already assessed in accordance with the provisions described in EN 13830, additional information with respect to mechanical performance of the infill (glass) support and direct applications can be determined with this standard.

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This European Standard identifies material independent performance characteristics, except resistance to fire and smoke control characteristics, which are applicable to internal pedestrian doorsets.
Fire resisting and/or smoke control characteristics for pedestrian doorsets and openable windows are covered by EN 16034.
This European Standard applies to doorsets intended to be used internally for construction works as:
-   intended use a) in escape routes;
-   intended use b) for specific uses with specific requirements;
-   intended use c) for communication only.
NOTE 1   These above intended uses can be combined, for example escape routes with specific requirements.
For internal pedestrian doorsets with resistance to fire and /or smoke control characteristics, this standard should only apply in conjunction with EN 16034.
Products covered by this European Standard are power operated hinged or manually operated internal pedestrian doorsets and screens with flush or panelled leaves, single or double leaf, which could be completed with:
-   related building hardware;
-   door closing devices;
-   integral fanlights;
-   adjacent parts that are contained within a single frame for inclusion in a single aperture.
NOTE 2   Manually operated doors with door closing devices are not considered to be power operated doors.
Products covered by this European Standard are not assessed for structural applications.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates according to EN 13241;
-   external pedestrian doorsets according to EN 14351-1;
-   door leaves placed on the market as a single unit;
-   door frames placed on the market as a single unit;
-   power operated pedestrian doorsets, other than swing type, according to EN 16361.
Doorsets can be placed on the market with their component (leaf and frame) separate when each of these components are clearly identified.
This European Standard does not deal with any specific requirements on noise emitted from internal power operated hinged doorsets as their noise emission is not considered to be a relevant hazard.

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This document specifies general terminology for windows and pedestrian doors. The various terms are illustrated with the aid of figures.

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This part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and function of mechanically operated variable/parallel geometry stay hinges (with or without a friction system) whether fitted, with integral restrictors or not, in accordance with common application as shown in informative Annex D.
By means of this standard, the user of recognized tested hardware can assume that with correct usage, the variable/parallel geometry stay hinges (with or without a friction system) for windows conform to prescribed requirements.
NOTE 1 Balancing stay arms/hinges do not represent a friction system.
NOTE 2 For the purposes of this standard, the friction system is achieved by friction pads or similar.

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This European Standard details the general terminology for internal blinds, external blinds and shutters as they are normally used and applied to buildings.
Internal blinds, external blinds and shutters are covered by product standards EN 13120, EN 13561 and EN 13659, respectively.
This European Standard does not apply to industrial, commercial or garage doors, such as rolling shutters and rolling grilles used in retail premises which are mainly provided for the access of persons rather vehicules and goods, covered by EN 13241.
The figures in this standard are solely for the purpose of terminology and should not be seen as recommendations for design, construction, etc.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test procedures for durability, strength, security and function of Tilt and Turn, Tilt-First and Turn-Only hardware components or sets for windows and door height windows in accordance with common application as shown in informative Annex C.
NOTE   To maintain the guaranteed characteristics during the utilization period, the manufacturers' product information and the manufacturers' maintenance and service instructions will be complied with in a manner that can be proven.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for performance and testing of mechatronic padlocks (MPs) and their keys and/or electronic keys.
It establishes categories of use based on performance tests and grades of security based on design requirements and on performance tests that simulate attack.  If the design incorporates mechanical security means in addition to the mechatronic means, these are also tested.
This European Standard does not cover any other element of a security system, other than those directly involved in the control of a padlock.  
This European Standard does not cover the physical testing of multi-function devices such as Smartphones that may be used as part of the control system.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for the safety in use of power operated door, gate and barrier, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended use is  giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises.
This European Standard also covers power operated vertically moving commercial doors such as rolling shutters and rolling grilles, used in retail premises which are mainly provided for goods protection.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the power operation of industrial, commercial and garage doors, and gates when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable as identified in Clause 4.
All lifetime phases of the machinery including transportation, assembly, dismantling, disabling and scrapping are considered by this standard.
This European Standard does not apply to
-   lock gates and dock gates;
-   doors on lifts;
-   doors on vehicles;
-   armoured doors;
-   doors mainly for the retention of animals, unless they are at the site perimeter ;
-   theatre textile curtains;
-   horizontally moving power operated doors mainly intended for pedestrian use;
-   doors outside the reach of people (such as crane gantry fences);
-   railway barriers;
-   barriers intended solely for use by pedestrians;
-   barriers used solely for vehicles on motorways.
Whenever the term "door" is used in this document, it shall be deemed to cover the full scope of types and variances of doors, gates and barriers in the scope of this Standard.
This European Standard does not deal with any specific requirements on noise emitted from power operated door, gate and barrier, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended use is giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises as their noise emission is not considered to be a relevant hazard.
NOTE   Noise emission of power operated doors is not a significant hazard for the users of these products. It is a comfort aspect.
This European Standard is not applicable to machinery which are manufactured before the date of publication of the standard.

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This European Standard defines the classification of test results for completely assembled windows and external and internal pedestrian doorsets of any materials after testing in accordance with EN 1026.

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This European Standard identifies material independent performance characteristics, except resistance to fire and smoke control characteristics, that are applicable to windows (including roof windows, roof windows with external fire resistance and door height windows), external pedestrian doorsets (and their assemblies, including unframed glass doorsets, escape route doorsets) and screens.
Fire resisting and/or smoke control characteristics for pedestrian doorsets and openable windows are covered by EN 16034.
This European Standard applies to:
a)   fixed windows or fixed lights, manually or power operated windows and door height windows, and screens for installation in vertical wall apertures and roof windows for installation in roofs, complete with:
1)   related hardware, if any;
2)   weather stripping, if any;
3)   glazed apertures when intended to have glazed apertures;
4)   with or without incorporated shutters and/or shutter boxes and/or blinds;
and manually or power operated windows, roof windows, door height windows and screens that are:
5)   fully or partially glazed including any non-transparent infill;
6)   fixed or partly fixed or openable with one or more casements/sashes (e.g. hinged, projecting, pivoted, sliding);
b)   manually operated external pedestrian doorsets with flush or panelled leaves, complete with:
1)   integral fanlights, if any;
2)   adjacent parts that are contained within a single frame for inclusion in a single aperture, if any.
The windows covered by this standard are not assessed regarding their ability to release (to open).
The products covered by this European Standard are not assessed for structural applications.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   rooflights according to EN 1873 and EN 14963;
-   curtain walling according to EN 13830;
-   industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates according to EN 13241;
-   internal pedestrian doorsets according to prEN 14351 2;
-   revolving doorsets;
-   power operated pedestrian doorsets according to EN 16361;
-   windows intended to be part of internal partition.

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1.1   General
This European Standard specifies the safety and performance requirements, except resistance to fire and smoke control characteristics, for industrial, commercial, garage doors and gates and barriers, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises.
Fire resisting and/or smoke control characteristics for industrial, commercial, garage doors and gates are covered by EN 16034.
This European Standard also covers commercial doors such as rolling shutters and rolling grilles used in retail premises which are mainly provided for the access of persons rather than vehicles or goods.
These doors can include pass doors incorporated in the door leaf which are also covered by this European Standard.
These devices can be manually or power operated.
This European Standard does not cover operation in environments where the electromagnetic disturbances are outside the range of those specified in EN 61000 6 3.
1.2   Exclusions
This European Standard does not apply to the following which are intended for a different use:
-   lock gates and dock gates;
-   doors on lifts;
-   doors on vehicles;
-   armoured doors;
-   doors mainly for the retention of animals;
-   theatre textile curtains;
-   horizontally moving power operated doors mainly intended for pedestrian use in accordance with EN 16361;
-   revolving doors of any size;
-   railway barriers;
-   barriers used solely for vehicles.
This European Standard does not cover the radio part of doors. If a radio operating device is used, the relevant ETSI standards should be applied in addition.
This European Standard does not contain any specific requirement for doors which are moving because of energy stored by dedicated means from human power such as manually tensioned springs.
This European Standard does not contain any specific requirements for doors on escape routes. The ability to open the door leaf safely and easily cannot normally be achieved by industrial, commercial and garage doors due to size, weight and/or mode of operation.
The noise emission of powered doors and gates is not considered to be a relevant hazard. Therefore this European Standard does not contain any specific requirements on noise in relation to the Machinery Directive.
1.3   Specific applications
This European Standard should also apply to power operated doors which have been created by the addition of power operation to an installed manual door in respect of the relevant requirements. Annex ZA does not apply to this kind of door.
It also identifies requirements and classes of performance for additional characteristics considered to be of importance to the trade.
When a door is part of the load carrying structure of the building the requirements of this European Standard can apply on a voluntary basis in addition to the requirements for the load carrying structure, which are not dealt with in this European Standard. Annex ZA does not apply for this kind of doors.

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This European Standard de¬scribes terminology used in documents, drawings, specifications etc., when referring to the detailed elements of curtain wall¬ing and provides a comprehensive, though not total, list of regu¬lar terms.
It does not set out to repeat those physical definitions properly included within individual curtain walling standards related to performance requirements and associated test methods.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test/assessment/calculation methods for external and internal power operated pedestrian doorsets, other than swing type, initially designed for installation with power operation.
Such doorset constructions may be operated electro-mechanically, electro-hydraulically or pneumatically.
These doorsets include power operated pedestrian sliding doorsets, revolving doorsets, balanced (sliding/swing) doorsets and folding doorsets with one or more horizontally moving leaves.
This European Standard applies to power operated pedestrian doorsets with flush or panelled leaves, complete with:
-   integral fanlights, if any;
NOTE 1   A fanlight is a panel over a door which is part of the doorset.
-   side panels that are contained within a single frame for inclusion in a single aperture, if any.
The intended uses of the products covered by this European Standard are:
-   doorsets for external use in escape routes and other declared specific uses and/or uses subject to other specific requirements, in particular noise, energy, tightness and safety-in-use in construction works;
-   doorsets for internal use in escape routes, communication and other declared specific uses and/or uses subject to other specific requirements, in particular noise and safety-in-use in construction works;
-   doorsets for internal use in escape routes, communication and other declared specific uses and/or uses subject to other specific requirements, in particular noise, energy and safety-in-use in construction works.
The products covered by this European Standard are not assessed for structural applications of the building.
This European Standard does not cover operation in environments where the electromagnetic disturbances are outside the range of those specified in EN 61000-6-2.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   external pedestrian doorsets according to EN 14351-1;
-   internal pedestrian doorsets according to prEN 14351-2;
-   fire resistance and/or smoke control characteristics according to EN 16034;
-   lifts doorsets;
-   vehicles doorsets;
-   doorsets used in industrial processes;
-   doorsets in partition walls;
-   doorsets outside the reach of people (such as crane gantry fences);
-   turnstiles;
-   platform doorsets.
This European Standard does not cover special functions of doorsets (e.g. security, fire aspects in banks, airports, etc.).
This European Standard does not deal with any specific requirements on noise emitted from power operated doorsets, other than swing type, initially designed for installation with power operation as their noise emission is not considered to be a relevant hazard.
NOTE 2   Noise emission of power operated doorsets, other than swing type, initially designed for installation with power operation is not a significant hazard for the users of these products. It is a comfort aspect.

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This European Standard defines performance requirements of curtain walling (excluding ‘glass in building’ which is classified under EN 12600) under soft body impact load criteria specified herein and tested in accordance with EN 13049.
Its criteria is targeted to safety in use and integrity of curtain wall in the event of sudden impact forces on the curtain wall surfaces. Compliance with the performance requirement is determined by the laboratory test.
It applies to those areas of curtain walling which face onto areas of human activity, either internally or externally and takes account of accidental impacts brought on by people going about their normal daily activities and impacts brought about by equipment and similar devices for maintenance, cleaning, repair and similar occasional activities.
It does not set out to define performance requirements of impact under exceptional circumstances such as acts of vandalism, vehicular collision, firearm projectiles, etc..
This standard will have no bearing whatsoever on any National Building / Health and Safety regulations which may exist and whose requirements shall apply separately and in parallel with these test performance requirements.

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Corrigendum: TC origin - correction of a value in Table 1.

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This European Standard defines the test method to determine the resistance to wind load for completely assembled windows and pedestrian doorsets of any materials when submitted to positive or negative test pressures.
This test method is designed to take account of conditions in use, when the window or door is installed in accordance with the manufacture's specification and the requirements of relevant European Standards and codes of practice.
This European Standard does not apply to joints between the window or door frame and the building construction.
This standard is not intended to evaluate strength of the glass.

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This European Standard defines the test method to be used to determine the watertightness of completely assembled windows and doorsets of any materials. This test method is designed to take account of conditions in use, when the window or doorset is installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s specification and the requirements of relevant European Standards and codes of practice.
This European Standard does not apply to the joints between the window or doorset frame and the building construction.

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This European Standard defines the classification of test results for completely assembled windows and doors of any materials after testing in accordance with EN 12211.

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This European Standard defines the test method to be used to determine the air permeability of completely assembled windows and doorsets of any material, when submitted to positive or negative test pressures. This test method is designed to take account of conditions in use, when the window or doorset is installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s specification and the requirements of relevant European Standards and codes of practice.
This European Standard does not apply to the joints between the window or doorset frame and the building construction.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and functionality of mechanically operated locks and their locking plates:
a)   for use in doors in buildings;
b)   for use on fire and smoke compartmentation doors fitted with door closing devices, to enable such doors to close reliably and thus achieve self-closing in the event of fire; and
c)   for use on locked fire doors to maintain the fire integrity of the door assembly.
This European standard covers locks and their locking plates which are either manufactured and placed on the market in their entirety by one producer or produced by more than one producer, or assembled from sub-assemblies produced by more than one producer and designed to be used in combination.
This European Standard specifies mechanically operated locks and locking systems intended for use in different environmental and security conditions, thus necessitating different grades.
This European standard does not specify Multipoint locks or their locking plates which are specified by prEN 15685.
This European Standard specifies the dimensions and properties required for security
Assessment of the contribution of the product to the fire resistance of specific fire resistance and/or smoke control door set assemblies is beyond the scope of this European Standard.

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CEN/TC origin corrigendum - revision of figures in Annex C and editorial changes in the Annex F. No xml version as the mother standard EN 16005:2012 is not available as an xml file.

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This European Standard identifies the performance characteristic that is applicable to door leaves for pedestrian doors, independent of the material, that are exposed to extended periods of wetness and/or frequent splash water.
NOTE   Rain is not considered as “frequent splash water” condition.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   door leaves exposed to liquid having a pH value lower than 5.5 or higher than 8.5;
-   door frames, complete door assemblies or doorsets.

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This European standard specifies requirements for the manufacture; performance and testing of electrically controlled exit systems, designed for use on escape routes. These systems consist of at least the following elements:- Initiating element for requesting the release of electrical locking element in order to exit;- Electrical locking element for securing an exit door;- Electrical controlling element for supplying, connecting and controlling electrical locking element and initiating element. In addition, these electrically controlled exit systems can include time delay and/or denied exit mode. This European Standard covers electrically controlled exit systems placed on the market as a complete unit (e.g. mortise lock, lever handle, keeper, initiating element, electrical locking element, electrical controlling element, etc.). The components are tested as a single product. This European Standard covers electrically controlled exit systems which are either manufactured and placed on the market in their entirety by one manufacturer or assembled from sub-assemblies produced by more than one manufacturer and subsequently placed on the market as a kit in a single transaction. The suitability of an electrically controlled exit system for use on fire/smoke resisting door assemblies is determined by fire performance tests conducted in addition to the performance tests required by this European Standard.

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This European Standard applies to cylinders and their keys for such locks as are normally used in buildings and are designed to be used with cylinders, where the locks have an operational torque of maximum 1,2 Nm.
This European Standard specifies performance and other requirements for the strength, security, durability, performance and corrosion resistance of cylinders and their original keys. It establishes one category of use, three grades of durability, three grades for fire and four grades corrosion resistance all based on performance tests as well as six grades of key related security based on design requirements and five grades on performance tests that simulate attack.
This European Standard includes tests of satisfactory operation at a range of temperatures. It specifies test methods to be used on cylinders and their protective measures linked with these cylinders and recommended by the manufacturer.
Corrosion resistance is specified by reference to the requirements of EN 1670 on corrosion resistance of building hardware.
The suitability of cylinders for use on fire or smoke-door assemblies is determined by fire performance tests conducted in addition to the performance testing required by this standard. Since suitability for use on fire doors is not essential in every situation the manufacturer has the option to state if the cylinder conforms to these additional requirements or not. If so claimed, cylinders will comply with the requirements in Annex A.
Assessment of fire resistance of grade 1 doors is beyond the scope of this document.
On occasions there may be a need for additional functions within the design of the cylinder. Purchasers should satisfy themselves that the products are suitable for their intended use.

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This European Standard specifies the performance requirements for shutters and external venetian blinds intended to be fitted externally to buildings and other construction works. It deals also with the significant hazards for assembly, transport, installation, operation and maintenance (see list of significant machine hazards in Annex C).
It applies to all shutters and external venetian blinds whatever their use and nature of the materials used, as follows and defined in EN 12216:
-   external venetian blind, roller shutter, wing shutter, Venetian shutter, flat-closing concertina shutter, concertina shutter or sliding panel shutter, with or without a system of projection.
These products can be operated manually with or without compensating spring, or by means of electric motors (power operated products). However, the durability and endurance of the autonomous supply for power operated shutters and external venetian blinds not connected to the mains supply are not covered.
This European Standard deals also with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events when shutters and external venetian blinds are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Annex D).
This European Standard covers shutters and external venetian blinds mounted externally. In case such products are installed internally, they should fulfil all relevant safety requirements defined in EN 13120.
The noise emission of power operated shutters and external venetian blinds is not considered to be a relevant hazard health and safety requirements. Therefore this European Standard does not contain any specific requirements on noise health and safety objective.

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This European Standard specifies the performance requirements for blinds and awnings intended to be fitted externally to buildings and other construction works. It deals also with the significant hazards for assembly, transport, installation, operation and maintenance (see list of significant machine hazards in Annex B).
It applies to all external blinds and awnings whatever their design and nature of the materials used, as follows and defined in EN 12216:
―   folding arm awning, trellis arm awning, pivot arm awning, slide arm awning, vertical roller blind, marquisolette, façade awning, skylight awning, conservatory awning, Pergola awning, Dutch awning, insect screen; brise-soleil.
This European Standard does not cover the wind resistance of non-retractable products, e.g. Dutch awnings and brise-soleil.
The structural part to which the Pergola awning is fixed is not covered.
The products covered by this European Standard may be operated manually, with or without compensating springs or by means of electric motors (power operated products). However, the durability and endurance of the autonomous supply for power operated external blinds and awnings not connected to the mains supply are not covered.
This European Standard deals also with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events when external blinds and awnings are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Annex B).
This European Standard covers external blinds and awnings mounted externally. In case such products are installed internally, they should fulfil all relevant safety requirements defined in EN 13120.
The noise emission of power operated external blinds and awnings is not considered to be a relevant hazard according to the machinery health and safety requirements. Therefore this European Standard does not contain any specific requirements on noise health and safety objective.

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This European Standard is applicable to hinged/pivoted and sliding doorsets with latches, for pedestrian use. It defines the classification of the test results for the forces and/or torques to open/close doors and to engage/release and lock/unlock the hardware using a key or handle, after testing in accordance with EN 12046 2.
It is only applicable to the manual operation of doorsets.
The classification of forces for doorsets with self-closing devices engaged is excluded from this test method. It is also not applicable to doorsets with special hardware, e.g. emergency exit devices.
The tests are applicable to doorsets of any material.
The operation of some glazed doors (door high windows) involves hardware with latches and may be classified in accordance with this European Standard.

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CCMC mistake: editorial correction in Table 6 in the English version

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This Part of EN 13126 specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and functionality of devices that restrict the opening of windows and door height windows.
On devices that restrict the opening of
-   Tilt&Turn, Tilt-First, Turn-Only, or Tilt-Only windows and door-height windows
-   horizontal and vertical pivot windows and door height windows
-   side-hung Casements and top-hung windows and door height windows (opening outwards)
this part of EN 13126 only applies, if a restriction of the opening occurs within the specification in Annex A, E or G of EN 1191:2012 in accordance with the intended use specified by the manufacturer

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This Technical Report gives simplified calculation relating to the energy losses through doors taking into account:
-   heat transmission with closed door by temperature difference,
-   air leakage through a closed door due to wind,
-   air leakage through a closed door due to a chimney effect, and
-   air infiltration with a door open (due to wind).

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1.1   General
This European Standard identifies material independent, safety and performance requirements applicable to all fire resisting and/or smoke control products intended to be used in fire and/or smoke compartmentation and/or escape routes, which are either:
-   industrial, commercial and/or garage doorsets, rolling shutters or operable fabric curtains intended for the installation in areas in the reach of persons and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons, or
-   rolling shutters or operable fabric curtains used in retail premises which are mainly provided for the access of persons rather than vehicles or goods, or
-   pedestrian doorsets and/or openable windows and/or inspection hatches which are hinged or sliding, intended for the installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for persons
and which are manually or power operated and:
-   opening and self closing as a normal mode of operation, or
-   normally held open but self closing in case of fire or smoke, or
-   normally maintained locked in the closed position (e. g. service access/inspection doorsets)
and completed:
-   with building hardware,
-   with or without any side panel(s), flush over panel(s) and/or transom panel(s) (with or without glazing) and contained within a single perimeter frame for inclusion in a single aperture,
-   with or without any vision panel(s) in the door leaf or leave(s),
-   with or without any seals (e.g. for smoke control, fire resistance, draught, acoustic or weather characteristics).
Product characteristics covered in EN 13241 1, EN 14351 1, prEN 14351 2 or EN 16361 will not compromise the fire resistance and/or smoke control characteristics of a fire resisting and/or smoke control product.
NOTE 1   Requirements included in EN 14351-1, prEN 14351-2, EN 13241-1 or EN 16361 might be relevant for the products covered by this standard.
This standard also provides indications on the product modifications not affecting the performances of the concerned products.
NOTE 2   The requirements and rules for variations (regarding the direct and extended field of applications) of fire resistance and/or smoke control doorsets are given in the EN 15269 series and EN 1634-1 and EN 1634-3, supported by, e.g. EN 16035.
1.2   Exclusions
This European Standard does not cover:
-   fixed windows, glazed side panels and/or overpanels, which are not an integral part of a doorset and/or openable window;
-   door assemblies produced with components from several sources where there is no single identified manufacturer or legal entity who will take responsibility for them;
-   operation in environments where the electromagnetic disturbances are outside the range of those specified in EN 61000 6 3;
-   radio operating devices fitted to doorsets and/or openable windows; where such items are fitted, the relevant ETSI standards should be applied in addition.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for safety devices to be used for protection from strangulation in internal blinds as specified in EN 13120 and insect screens as specified in EN 13561.
These devices might be fitted to internal blinds and insect screens at the time of manufacture or for retrofitting.
This European Standard applies to any design of device including the following:
-   tensioning devices;
-   breakaway devices;
-   accumulation devices;
-   non tangling devices;
-   inner cord stops.
Although at the time this standard has been published, no product standard exists for draperies, requirements and test methods specified in the present standard may be applied to safety devices used in such products.
For clarification purpose, the term "internal blinds" used in the present standard should mean "internal blinds and insect screens".

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This European Standard specifies the requirements which internal blinds shall fulfil when fitted to a building. It deals also with the significant machinery hazards relating to construction, transport, installation, operation and maintenance of internal blinds (see list of significant hazards in Annex B).
It applies to internal blinds, whatever their design and the nature of the materials used, as listed below:
-   venetian blind: free hanging, guided, non-retractable;
-   roller blind: free hanging, side guided, with tensioned fabric;
-   vertical blind: free hanging, with top and bottom track, sloping headrail;
-   pleated and honeycomb blind: free hanging, guided, laterally moving, tensioned;
-   Roman Shades;
-   Austrian / Festoon blinds;
-   panel blinds;
-   plantation shutters;
-   roll-up blinds.
These products may be operated manually, with or without compensating springs, or by means of electric motors (power operated products).
This standard does not apply to draperies and insect screens. It does not apply to blinds in sealed glazed units with the exception of requirements related to protection from strangulation.
NOTE   Insect screens may be installed either internally or externally. However, because they are always exposed to external conditions in use ( windows/doors opened), insects screens are covered by EN 13561 applying to external blinds and awnings.
Noise aspects are not treated in this standard because this is not considered a safety issue.
This standard is not applicable to internal blinds which are manufactured before the date of publication of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies test methods for the verification of the requirements relating to the protection from strangulation.
This European Standard applies to all internal blinds as specified in EN 13120, insect screens as specified in EN 13561 and to blinds in sealed glazed units.
These products may be operated manually, with or without compensating springs, or by means of electric motors (power operated products).
Although at the time this standard has been published, no product standard exists for draperies, test methods specified in the present standard may be used for such products.

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The European Standard specifies the test methods to evaluate the wind resistance of external blinds and shutters to be fitted to buildings, in front of windows, doors or façades and delivered as a complete unit.
This European Standard applies to:
-   shutters: roller shutter, external venetian blind, wing shutter, venetian shutter, concertina shutter, flat closing concertina shutter and sliding panel shutter (including those with projection systems);
-   external blinds: folding arm awning, trellis arm awning, pivot arm awning, marquisolette, vertical awning, façade awning, conservatory awning, roof window awning, Pergola awning and insect screen
whatever the nature of the constituent materials, under normal operating conditions and installed in compliance with the manufacturer's installations instructions.
This European Standard does not cover non retractable shutters, external blinds and awnings such as Dutch awnings and brise-soleil as well as the structural part of Pergolas.
NOTE   The wind resistance of such products can be evaluated by calculations.

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This European Standard specifies test methods for the determination of the resistance of shutters under the application of a conventional hard body impact and test methods of the prevention of access by shutters.
Shutters covered by this European Standard are:
-   external venetian blind,
-   roller shutter,
-   venetian shutter,
-   flat closing concertina shutter,
-   concertina shutter,
-   wing shutter and
-   sliding panel shutter.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for durability and strength of hardware for vertical and horizontal pivot windows and door height windows (including pivot hinges and central locking systems).
If the hardware manufacturer would like to classify an integrated restrictor function, the pivot hinges may be tested in accordance with EN 13126-5.
This European Standard does not apply to manoeuvring devices which are covered in EN 13126-2, EN 13126-3, EN 13126-7, EN 13126-14 and prEN 13126-18.

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1.1   General
This European Standard specifies a method for calculating the thermal transmittance of industrial, commercial and garage doors in a closed position.
The doors are intended for installation in areas in the reach of people, for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods, vehicles and persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises.
The doors may be manually or power operated.
This document applies to all doors provided in accordance with EN 13241-1.
The calculation can include different types of glazing, frames with or without thermal breaks, and different types of opaque panels and thermal bridge effects at the edge of the panel or joint between the glazed area, the frame area and the panel area.
This paper does not include the effects of solar radiation, heat transfer caused by air leakage, calculation of condensation, additional heat transfer at the corners and edges of the door connections to the main building structure, or thermal effects between the door and the main building structure.
1.2   Exclusions
It does not apply to:
-   lock gates and dock gates;
-   doors on lifts;
-   doors on vehicles;
-   armoured doors;
-   doors mainly for the retention of animals;
-   theatre textile curtains;
-   horizontally moving doors less than 2,5 m wide and 6,25 m2 area, designed principally for pedestrian use;
-   revolving doors of any size;
-   doors outside the reach of people (such as crane gantry fences);
-   railway barriers;
-   barriers used solely for vehicles.

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This European Standard applies to all building hardware elements intended to be used on fire resisting and/or smoke control doorsets and/or openable windows.
This European standard specifies templates which shall be used to summarise performance and other relevant information of building hardware elements, relating to existing durability of self-closing, fire resistance and/or smoke control test evidence.
Other performance characteristics required are given in prEN 16034.

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This European Standard specifies the method to be used to determine the resistance to repeated opening and closing of windows and pedestrian doorsets when subjected to repeated opening and closing.
It applies to all construction materials and operating systems for any window or pedestrian doorset, including gaskets and building hardware, in normal operating conditions.
The parts concerned in the testing are the frame, the opening component (including any additional moving components e.g. an inactive sash/leaf) and all essential and directly involved building hardware, including operating devices, for example, the handle.
The testing does not include any hardware whose operation is not directly involved in the opening and closing of the moving components: added-on fastening systems such as peg-stays or cabin hooks or bolts, nor, unless specified, any independently installed stops (not connected to the complete assembly) such as a wall or ground-mounted stop.
NOTE 1   The Annexes provide more details on the testing procedures that may differ from the main part of this European Standard and are mandatory:
-   Annex A applies to Tilt and Turn, Tilt-First, Turn-Only, or Tilt-Only windows and door-height windows;
-   Annex B applies to Sliding, Lift and Slide or Lift and Slide and Tilt windows and door-height windows;
-   Annex C applies to Tilt and Slide windows and door-height windows;
-   Annex D applies to Fold and Slide windows and door-height windows;
-   Annex E applies to horizontal and vertical pivot windows and door-height windows;
-   Annex F applies to Vertical Sliding windows;
-   Annex G applies to side-hung casements and top-hung windows, opening outwards (including reversible windows);
-   Annex H applies to side-hung single swing pedestrian doorsets excluding power operated doors;
-   Annex I applies to power-operated (automatic) side-hung single-swing pedestrian doorsets.
NOTE 2   In this European Standard the term door-height window is used for windows that are used for the passage of pedestrians, i.e. as a pedestrian doorset.

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1.1   General
This European Standard specifies requirements regarding design and test methods for external and internal power operated pedestrian doorsets. Such doorset constructions may be operated electro-mechanically, electro-hydraulically or pneumatically.
This European Standard covers safety in use of power operated pedestrian doorsets used for normal access as well as in escape routes and as fire resistance and/or smoke control doorsets.
The type of doorsets covered include power operated pedestrian sliding, swing and revolving doorsets, including balanced doorsets and folding doorsets with a horizontally moving leaf.
Power operated pass doorsets incorporated in other doorsets for which the main intended use is giving safe access for persons are covered by the scope of this European Standard.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to power operated doorsets when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Annex L).
1.2   Exclusions
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   vertically moving doors;
-   doors on lifts;
-   doors on vehicles;
-   power operated doors or gates mainly intended for vehicular traffic or access for goods;
-   doors used in industrial processes;
-   partition walls;
-   doors outside the reach of people (such as crane gantry fences);
-   traffic barriers;
-   turnstiles;
-   platform doors.
This European Standard does not cover special functions of doorsets, such as security in banks, airports, etc. or fire compartments, where conformity of the specific function with requirements of the application shall have the preference.
This European Standard does not cover operation in environments where the electromagnetic disturbances are outside the range of those specified in EN 61000-6-3.
This European Standard does not cover the radio part of operating devices of doorsets. If a radio-operating device is used, the relevant ETSI standards should be applied in addition.
This European Standard does not contain any specific requirement regarding noise emitted by a power operated doorset in relation to the Machinery Directive as it is not considered to be a significant hazard.
This European Standard is not applicable to power operated pedestrian doorsets in use before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This European Standard applies to mechanical padlocks and padlock fittings used on buildings and general use and specifies the test methods to be used.
This European Standard specifies performance and other requirements for strength, security, durability, performance, and corrosion resistance of padlocks. It establishes one category of use, two categories of durability, six categories for corrosion resistance and six grades for security based on performance tests that simulate attack.
Limited manual attack testing is included in this European Standard because the machine testing does not replicate all known manual attacks.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for durability, strength, security and functionality of sash balances.

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This European Standard specifies test methods and requirements for spindle and fastening elements, operating torques, permissible free play and safety, free angular movement and misalignment, durability, static strength and corrosion resistance for sprung and unsprung lever handles, knobs for doors, push pads and similar devices in combination with backplates or roses operating latches.
This European Standard is applicable only to lever handles and knobs that operate a latch or a lock and other devices.
It specifies four categories of use according to frequency and other conditions of use.

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