This document specifies methods for the selection of the release torques for alpine ski-bindings. It gives information necessary to determine the release torques recommended for use by ski-binding manufacturers in their instructions for installation and use, and by ski shops for the adjustment of ski-bindings already mounted. It is applicable to state-of-the-art alpine ski bindings. It might be inappropriate for non-mechanical bindings or bindings used with boots which reach more than half-way up the lower leg. This document describes a specified method for the selection of the recommended release torques considering three types of skiers. The method applies to moment-measuring binding test machines, according to ISO 11110.

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This document specifies a uniform method for the sampling and inspection of complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems used in rental operations. This document is intended for any facility which rents complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems as for example when the skier owns the boots. This document is not applicable for alpine touring ski-binding-boot systems. This document is not applicable for complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems which are rented for 15 days or more. NOTE 1 A period of less than 15 days is common for equipment being rented. NOTE 2 ISO 11088 gives a method for testing if the equipment is owned or rented for 15 days or more.

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This document specifies assembly, adjustment and inspection procedures for the binding mechanisms of skis, integrating, in a practical way, the requirements of those International Standards which are related to skis, bindings and boots. It is intended for all individuals and institutions concerned with those procedures, and especially for sports retailers. It is applicable to a ski-binding-boot system (S-B-B) for alpine skiing, of which at least one component is owned by the user. This document is applicable for complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems which are owned by the user or rented for 15 days or more. NOTE ISO 13993 gives a method of measurement for equipment which is rented for less than 15 days.

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ISO 11110:2015 specifies the tests and requirements for devices used to determine the release moments of ski-bindings in retail sales, rental, and other facilities. It specifies requirements for the design accuracy, operation, maintenance, and calibration of the test devices used for determining binding release settings. For other requirements, see appropriate standards (e.g. standards on electronic measuring devices, safety of electrical apparatus, etc.). It is to be used in conjunction with ISO 9462 and ISO 8061.

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ISO 11087:2015 specifies the requirements for ski brakes and binding straps. It is applicable to alpine retention devices, which are used to reduce the risk of injury, caused by the ski after the ski's release.

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ISO 13992:2014 specifies the main characteristics of touring ski-bindings and describes, as an example, the test methods A and B. ISO 13992:2014 applies, in principle, to touring ski-bindings for alpine skiing for children, juniors, and adults.

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ISO 9462:2014 specifies the main characteristics of ski-bindings and describes, as an example, the test methods A and B. ISO 9462:2014 applies to ski-bindings for alpine skiing for children, juniors, and adults.

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This International Standard defines an impact test for establishing the maximum impulse for retention of a test ski on the test sole in the lateral direction. The test provides a measure of the release/retention boundary for lateral release of a ski-binding for adults (type A according to ISO 9462) at a particular ski-binding setting. The test method is designed to simulate the lateral impulsive loading during skiing located at the front part of the ski. The test permits the evaluation of a ski-binding's release and retention properties under expected loading rates. The test permits comparison of the release caused by lateral impulse to the ski for different binding system designs.

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ISO 14790:2005 specifies the essential requirements (including certain quality aspects) of snowboard plate bindings without release mechanism. It is applicable to non-releasable snowboard plate bindings for adults and children. ISO 14790:2005 does not apply to snowboard plate bindings with a release mechanism or to snowboard soft bindings.

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ISO 15344:2005 specifies the essential requirements for a snowboard step-in binding - boot system, in the text referred to as step-in snowboard bindings. This International Standard is applicable to step-in snowboard bindings for adults and children. This type of binding system utilizes a mechanical interlocking mechanism, and the interlock mechanism of the system will be specific to the particular manufacturer. Compatibility between different systems is not expected or anticipated thus each potential combination of boot and binding requires testing.

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Scope This International Standard specifies the essential requirements of snowboard strap bindings for soft boots (see 3.1), hereafter referred to as snowboard bindings. This International Standard is applicable to snowboard strap bindings for adults and children, but covers also strap bindings for soft boots, which may have step-in function. This International Standard does not apply to antiskid pads. NOTE 1 For snowboard plate bindings without a release mechanism, see ISO 14790. NOTE 2 For the binding mounting area of snowboards without inserts see ISO 10958-1 and with inserts see ISO/DIS 10958-2.

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ISO 11088:2015 specifies assembly, adjustment and inspection procedures for the binding mechanisms of skis, integrating in a practical way, the requirements of those International Standards which are related to skis, bindings and boots. It is intended for all individuals and institutions concerned with those procedures, and especially for sports retailers. It is applicable to a ski/binding/boot system (S-B-B) for alpine skiing, of which at least one component is owned by the user. NOTE In the case where the two components (SB and B) are rented, ISO 13993 gives a method of measurement by sampling as an alternative to systematic measurement, before delivery to the end-user.

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ISO 8061:2015 specifies methods for the selection of the release torques for alpine ski-bindings. It gives information necessary to determine the release torques; these are to be recommended for use by ski-binding manufacturers in their instructions for installation and use, and by ski shops for the adjustment of already mounted ski-bindings. It applies to alpine ski-bindings in current use. It might be inappropriate for non-mechanical bindings or bindings used with boots which reach more than half-way up the lower leg. Manufacturers may use either of the two specified methods, or a combination of the two, as the basis for their recommended release torques. The methods apply to torque-measuring binding test machines. If force-measuring test machines are used, it is necessary to report the release force, calculated as shown in Clause 3. In recommending the release torques, it is necessary to take into account the abilities of the skier concerned by applying skier-type correction factors. For this purpose, three types of skier are defined, as described in Annex A.

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This International Standard specifies methods for the selection of the release torques for alpine ski-bindings in current use, and gives information necessary to determine the release torques. It applies to torque-measuring binding-test machines. It may be inappropriate for non-mechanical bindings or bindings used with boots which reach more than halfway up the lower leg. NOTE Manufacturers may use either of the two specified methods as the basis for their recommended release torques. Release torques are to be recommended for use by ski-binding manufacturers in their instructions for installation and use, and by ski shops for the adjustment of already mounted ski-bindings.

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ISO 11088:2006 specifies assembly, adjustment and inspection procedures for the binding mechanisms of skis, integrating in a practical way, the requirements of those International Standards which are related to skis, bindings and boots. It is intended for all individuals and institutions concerned with those procedures, and especially for sports retailers. ISO 11088:2006 is applicable to a ski/binding/boot/ system (S-B-B) for alpine skiing, of which at least one component is owned by the user.

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ISO 13992:2006 specifies the main characteristics of touring ski-bindings and describes, as an example, the test methods A and B. ISO 13992:2006 applies, in principle, to touring ski-bindings for alpine skiing for children, juniors and adults.

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ISO 9462:2006 specifies the main characteristics of ski-bindings and describes, as an example, the test methods A and B. ISO 9462:2006 applies to ski-bindings for alpine skiing for children, juniors and adults.

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ISO 8061:2004 specifies methods for the selection of the release torques for alpine ski-bindings in current use, and gives information necessary to determine the release torques. It applies to torque-measuring binding-test machines. It may be inappropriate for non-mechanical bindings or bindings used with boots which reach more than half-way up the lower leg.

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ISO 11087:2004 specifies the requirements for ski brakes and binding straps. It applies to alpine retention devices which are used to reduce the risk of injury, caused by the ski after the ski's release.

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Defines an impact test for establishing the maximum impulse for retention of a test ski on the test sole in the lateral direction. Specifies 17 terms and definitions. Annex A is for information only.

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