This document specifies product definitions, product characteristics (i.e. tolerances, flatness, edgework), fracture characteristics, including fragmentation, and the physical and mechanical characteristics of flat heat strengthened soda lime silicate glass for use in buildings. This document does not cover surface finished glasses (e.g. sandblasted, acid etched) after heat strengthening. This document does not cover curved (bent) glass. Other requirements, not specified in this document, can apply to heat strengthened soda lime silicate glass which is incorporated into assemblies (e.g. laminated glass or insulating glass units), or undergoes an additional treatment (e.g. coating). The additional requirements are specified in the appropriate glass product standard. Heat strengthened soda lime silicate glass, in this case, does not lose its mechanical or thermal characteristics.

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This document specifies requirements of appearance, durability and safety, test methods and designation for laminated solar photovoltaic (PV) glass for use in buildings. This document is applicable to building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV). Building-attached photovoltaics (BAPV) can refer to this document.

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This document specifies product specification for vacuum insulating glass. It also specifies evaluation methods for thermal and sound insulating performance and evaluation methods for thermal insulation durability.

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ISO 18543:2017 specifies the accelerated ageing test and requirements for electrochromic (EC) glazings. The test method described in ISO 18543:2017 is only applicable to chromogenic glazings that can be switched using an electrical stimulus from high to low transmission states and vice versa. This test method is not applicable to other chromogenic glazings such as photochromic and thermochromic glazings, which do not respond to electrical stimulus. This test method is applicable to any electrochromic glazing fabricated for vision glass (e.g. insulating glass unit, laminated glass) for use in buildings such as doors, windows, skylights and exterior wall systems and glazing exposed to solar radiation. The layers used for constructing the EC glazing and for electrochromically changing the optical properties can be inorganic or organic materials.

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ISO 16293-2:2017 specifies dimensional and minimum quality requirements (in respect of optical and visual faults) for float glass for use in building, as defined in ISO 16293‑1. ISO 16293-2:2017 applies to float glass supplied in stock sizes and final cut sizes.

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ISO 16293-3:2017 specifies dimensional and minimum quality requirements (in respect of optical, visual and wire faults) for polished wired glass, as defined in ISO 16293‑1, for use in building. ISO 16293-3:2017 applies only to polished wired glass supplied in rectangular panes, in stock sizes and final cut sizes.

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ISO 20657:2017 specifies product definitions, product characteristics, i.e. tolerances, flatness, edgework, etc., fracture characteristics, including fragmentation, and the physical and mechanical characteristics of flat heat soaked tempered soda lime silicate safety glass for use in buildings. ISO 20657:2017 does not cover curved (bent) glass according ISO 11485.

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ISO 12540:2017 covers product definitions, product characteristics, i.e. tolerances, flatness, edgework, etc., fracture characteristics, including fragmentation, and the physical and mechanical characteristics of flat tempered soda lime silicate safety glass for use in buildings. ISO 12540:2017 does not cover curved (bent) glass according to ISO 11485. Other requirements, not specified in this document, can apply to thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass which is incorporated into assemblies, e.g. laminated glass or insulating glass units, or undergo an additional treatment, e.g. coating. The additional requirements are specified in the appropriate glass product standard. Thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass, in this case, does not lose its mechanical or thermal characteristics.

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ISO 16293-5:2016 specifies dimensional and minimum quality requirements (in respect of visual and pattern faults) for patterned glass, as defined in ISO 16293‑1, for use in building. ISO 16293-5:2016 applies only to patterned glass supplied in rectangular panes, in stock sizes and in final cut sizes.

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ISO 16293-4:2016 specifies dimensional and minimum quality requirements (in respect of visual, pattern and wire faults) for wired patterned glass, as defined in ISO 16293‑1, for use in building. ISO 16293-4:2016 applies only to wired patterned glass supplied in rectangular panes, in stock sizes and in final cut sizes.

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ISO 11485-3:2014 defines the conditions to classify a curved glass product as a curved safety glass. It classifies curved tempered glass and curved laminated glass as safety glasses used in buildings, by performance under impact and by mode of breakage. The classification by drop height corresponds to graded values of energy transmitted by the impact of a person. The classification system in ISO 11485-3:2014 relates to increasing personal safety by the reduction of cutting and piercing injuries to persons and the containment characteristics of the material. ISO 11485-3:2014 covers fracture characteristics, including fragmentation test and the physical and mechanical characteristics of curved tempered safety glass for use in buildings.

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ISO 11458-1:2011 specifies terminology and definitions for curved glass used in general building construction, furniture, display and various other non-automotive applications.

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ISO 11485-2:2011 specifies the quality requirements for curved glass used in general building construction, furniture, display and various other non-automotive applications.

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This part of ISO 11479 specifies optical quality requirements for coatings applied to glass using either pyrolytic, sol-gel or vacuum (sputtering) deposition methods for use in building glazing. More specifically, this part of ISO 11479 relates to low-e and solar-control coated glass. This part of ISO 11479 is not applicable to patterned or other optically distorting glass.

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ISO 11479-2:2011 specifies a method for objective evaluation of the colour of coated glass when used in facades and viewed from the outside, as well as for measuring colour differences within the same glass pane and between two adjacent panes in the same facade. ISO 11479-2:2011 does not specify requirements for determining colour differences of transmitted colour as viewed from the inside or outside of a facade, nor for internal reflected colour. The comparison should only be undertaken for panes of the same glass type, composition and interior conditions and situated in the same plane of a facade. Specific requirements are given for coated glass, dependent upon its light transmittance and reflectance. ISO 11479-2:2011 is not applicable to curved or bent glass, which is specifically excluded for technical reasons.

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ISO 12543-2:2011 specifies performance requirements for laminated safety glass as defined in ISO 12543-1.

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ISO 12543-6:2011 specifies defects of finished sizes and test methods with regard to the appearance of laminated glass when looking through the glass. ISO 12543-6:2011 is applicable to finished sizes at the time of supply.

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ISO 12543-1:2011 defines terms and describes component parts for laminated glass and laminated safety glass for use in building.

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ISO 12543-4:2011 specifies test methods in respect of resistance to high temperature, humidity and radiation for laminated glass and laminated safety glass for use in building.

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ISO 12543-3:2011 specifies performance requirements for laminated glass as defined in ISO 12543-1.

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ISO 12543-5:2011 specifies dimensions, limit deviations and edge finishes of laminated glass and laminated safety glass for use in building.

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ISO 20492-4:2010 specifies methods for testing the edge seal strength, and partially testing the moisture and gas permeation through sealants, of glass insulating units. Other parts of ISO 20492 designate two approaches to the standardization of insulating glass units: approach 1 is intended for use in markets such as North America; and approach 2 is intended for use in markets such as Europe. The methods in ISO 20492-4:2010 are applicable only to approach 2, as defined and used in the other parts of ISO 20492. In cases where there is no protection against direct ultraviolet radiation at the edges, such as structural sealant glazing systems, it is necessary that additional European technical specifications be followed.

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ISO 20492-3:2010 specifies two methods of test for insulating glass units, including a determination of the gas leakage rate and a determination of gas concentration tolerances. The two methods designated as approach 1, which is intended for use in markets such as North America, and approach 2, which is intended for use in markets such as Europe.

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ISO 20492:2008 establishes two methods for testing the resistance to fogging of pre-assembled, permanently sealed insulating glass units or insulating glass units with capillary tubes intentionally left open. The two methods are designated as approach 1 for markets such as North America, and approach 2 for markets such as Europe. ISO 20492:2008 is not applicable to sealed, insulating glass units containing a spandrel glass coating due to testing limitations. ISO 20492:2008 does not apply to insulating glass (IG) units whose function is decorative only.

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ISO 20492-1:2008 establishes two methods for testing the durability of edge seals of insulating glass units by means of climate tests. The two methods are designated as approach 1 for markets such as North America and approach 2 for markets such as Europe. ISO 20492-1:2008 is applicable to pre-assembled, permanently sealed, insulating glass units with one or two airspaces, and with capillary tubes that are intentionally left open to equalize pressure inside the unit with the surrounding atmosphere. ISO 20492-1:2008 is not applicable to sealed, insulating glass units that contain a spandrel glass coating. ISO 20492-1:2008 does not apply to insulating glass units whose function is decorative only.

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ISO 25537:2008 specifies the minimum quality requirements (regarding optical, visual and edge faults) and durability tests for silvered float glass for internal use in buildings. ISO 25537:2008 applies only to mirrors from silvered glass manufactured from flat, annealed clear or tinted float glass, from 2 mm to 6 mm thick, and supplied in stock/standard sizes and as-cut finished sizes to which no further processing (such as edgework or other fabrication) has been done. Upon consultation with the mirror manufacturer, it is possible to apply this International Standard to float glass having a thickness less than 2 mm or greater than 6 mm. ISO 25537:2008 covers the quality requirements of silvered, annealed, monolithic, clear and tinted flat glass mirrors. Mirrors covered in ISO 25537:2008 are not intended for use in environments, e.g. horse-riding halls, swimming pools, medical baths, saunas, swimming pool areas, chemical laboratories and other corrosive environments, where high humidity or airborne corrosion promoters, or both, are consistently present. This International Standard is not applicable to reflective glass for external glazing applications.

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ISO 16293-1:2008 defines and classifies basic soda-lime silicate glass products, indicates their chemical composition, their main physical and mechanical characteristics and defines their general quality criteria. Specific dimensions and dimensional tolerances, description of faults, quality limits and designation for the product types are not included in this part of ISO 16293-1:2008.

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ISO 21690:2006 specifies requirements for the properties of glass blocks used for the construction of non-load-bearing walls and horizontally spanning panels. ISO 21690:2006 also specifies test methods used to verify these properties for square, rectangular and circular glass blocks.

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ISO 12543-2:2004 specifies performance requirements for laminated safety glass.

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