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This International Standard specifies an unwaxed edge method for the determination of the edgewise crush resistance of corrugated fibreboard. It is applicable to all corrugated fibreboard grades.
This International Standard is intended for the measurement of the air permeability of buildings or parts of buildings in the field. It specifies the use of mechanical pressurization or depressurization of a building or part of a building. It describes the measurement of the resulting air flow rates over a range of indoor-outdoor static pressure differences.
This International Standard is intended for the measurement of the air leakage of building envelopes of single-zone buildings. For the purpose of this International Standard, many multi-zone buildings can be treated as single-zone buildings by opening interior doors or by inducing equal pressures in adjacent zones.
It does not address evaluation of air permeability of individual components.
This British Standard specifies the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of gas installation pipework carrying 2nd and 3rd family gas of up to 35 mm (R 11/4) in premises, including residential park homes with a flow rate not exceeding 16m3/h.
It is not applicable to:
- service pipework and distribution systems;
- pipework operating at pressures greater than those listed in Table 1;
- pipework contained within an appliance;
- bulk storage vessels;
- caravans, recreational vehicles and leisure accommodation vehicles;
- appliances having their own gas supply, such as mobile heaters;
catering establishments covered by BS 6173.
This British Standard gives recommendations for basic workmanship and tasks carried out in relation to the installation of profiled fibre cement sheets for roofing and external wall cladding including associated fittings and accessories.
This code of practice also gives recommendations for design specific to the use of profiled fibre cement sheets for roof and wall cladding on buildings.
NOTE 1 For design aspects of profiled fibre cement sheeting reference should be made to BS 5427-1.
NOTE 2 This code of practice makes no reference to asbestos cement.
This Standard specifies the laboratory test methods and test requirements for aerodynamic, energy rating and acoustic performance, of multifunctional balanced units intended for use in a single dwelling.
In the case of units consisting of several parts, this standard applies only to those designed and supplied as a complete package with the mount instructions.
It covers unit that contain at least, within one or more casing:
— supply and exhaust air fans;
— air filters
— common control system.
And one or more of the additional components
— Air to water heat pump;
— Air to air heat pump
— air-to-air heat exchanger
except units including either an air to air heat exchanger and/or exhaust air to supply air heat pump which are already covered by EN 13141-7.
A non-exhaustive list of possible configurations of multifunctional units covered by this standard is given in Clause 5.
The standard does not cover the thermal aspects of humidity transfer in the air-to-air heat exchanger.
This standard does not deal with non-ducted units on supply and extract air side.
This standard does not deal with collective units (centralised or semi-centralised systems)
These multifunctional balanced units can be connected to ground heat exchanger for air preheating, solar collector or other heating systems. This standard does not cover the testing of these additional components.
This standard does not cover units including combustion engine driven compression heat pumps and sorption heat pump.
This European standard specifies the requirements and test methods for draught regulators and standstill opening devices that are used as components, carrying flue gases, in order to limit the draught in chimneys and provide secondary air to the chimney.
Draught regulators and standstill opening devices for positive pressure chimneys are not covered by this standard.
It also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturers’ instruction, product information and evaluation of conformity.
This British Standard gives recommendations and guidance on the use of rope access methods for work at height. It is intended for use by employers, employees and self-employed persons who use rope access methods, and those who commission rope access work, e.g. building owners and contractors, and also by national enforcement agencies and safety officers. This British Standard is applicable to the use of rope access methods for access to buildings, other structures(on or offshore) or natural features (such as cliff faces), in which the ropes are suspended from, or connected to, the structure or natural feature. It is applicable to situations where ropes are used as the primary means of access, egress or support and as the primary means of protection against a fall.
This standard is not intended to apply to the use of rope access methods for leisure activities, arboriculture, general steeplejack methods or emergency personal evacuation systems, or to the use of rope access (line rescue) techniques by the fire brigade and other emergency services for rescue work or for training.
This British Standard specifies the pin code configurations and contact arrangements for signalling equipment that uses BR 829  plugboards.
The standard does not cover installation or maintenance requirements.
This part of PD 8010 provides a recommended framework for carrying out an assessment of the acute safety risks associated with a major accident hazard pipeline (MAHP) containing flammable substances as defined in the Pipelines Safety Regulations . It provides guidance on the selection of pipeline failure frequencies and the modelling of failure consequences for the prediction of individual and societal risks.
The principles of this part of PD 8010 are based on best practice for the quantified risk analysis of new pipelines and existing pipelines. It is not intended to replace or duplicate existing risk analysis methodology, but is intended to support the application of the methodology and provide recommendations for its use.
This part of PD 8010 is applicable to buried pipelines on land that can be used to carry category D and category E substances that are hazardous by nature, being flammable and therefore liable to cause harm to persons. The guidance does not cover environmental risks.
This British Standard Code of Practice gives recommendations for the conduct, management, staffing and operational accountability for the provision of investigative services.
NOTE Additionally, this code of practice may be used by those who wish to purchase investigative services.
Definition, requirements and testing of additional functionalities for water meters in combination with Additional Functionality Devices (AFD) as standardised in part 1 of the EN 14154 in response to EU/EFTA Mandate M/441 EN.
This standard applies to AFDs that are installed in locations with vibration and shocks of low significance and in:
— closed locations (indoor or outdoor with protection as specified by the manufacturer) with condensing or with non-condensing humidity;
or, if specified by the manufacturer:
— open locations (outdoor without any covering) with condensing humidity or with non-condensing humidity;
— locations liable to temporary saturation,
and in locations with electromagnetic disturbances corresponding to those likely to be found in residential, commercial buildings or similar buildings.
This standard does not cover the changing of metrological software within the meter or the upload/download of metrological software.
This European Standard applies to industrial trucks regardless of the power source (called only trucks) as defined in ISO 5053, variable reach trucks and their electrical/electronic systems when used in Residential, Commercial, Light Industry and Industrial Environments (see EN 61000-6-32007 and EN 61000-6-2:2005).
This European Standard defines:
- the requirements and the limit values for electromagnetic emission and immunity;
- the procedure and criteria for testing trucks and their electrical/electronic systems.
This Standard does not cover:
- trucks intended for use outside the electromagnetic environments specified above;
- trucks intended for use in the public domain with maximum speed exceeding 25 km/h;
- driverless industrial trucks and their systems;
- interaction between systems on the trucks;
- interference to on-board radio equipment;
- equipment connected to AC-mains which is only used when the truck is not being operated (e.g. on board charger)
This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for marketed and delivered ethanol to be used as an extender for automotive fuel for petrol engine vehicles in accordance with the requirements of EN 228. It is applicable to ethanol used for blending at all levels up to and including 85 % (V/V).
NOTE For the purposes of this document, the term “% (m/m)” and “% (V/V)” are used to represent the mass fraction, µ, and the volume fraction, φ, respectively.
This European Standard specifies minimum requirements for materials, design, construction and workmanship procedures, and tests for welded LPG road tanker pressure vessels and their welded attachments manufactured from carbon, carbon/manganese and micro alloy steels.
There is no upper size limit as this is determined by the gross vehicle weight limitation.
This European Standard does not cover pressure vessels for pressure vessel containers.
NOTE 1 In the context of this standard the term "road tanker" is understood to mean “fixed tanks” and “demountable tanks” as defined in ADR.
NOTE 2 The equipment for the pressure vessels and the inspection and testing after assembly is covered by EN 12252, and EN 14334, respectively.
NOTE 3 The design type of the road tanker is subject to approval by the competent authority, as required by ADR.
This European Standard specifies requirements for in-situ formed loose-fill cellulose insulation (LFCI) products when installed as thermal insulation into walls, floors, galleries, roofs, lofts and ceilings.
This Part 2 is a specification for the installation checks for the installed products.
It specifies the checks and tests to be used for the declarations made by the installer of the product.
This European Standard does not specify the required level of all properties to be achieved by a product to demonstrate fitness for purpose in a particular application. The required levels are to be found in regulations or non-conflicting standards.
Products with a declared thermal conductivity at 10 °C (mean temperature) greater than 0,060 W/(m × K) or a declared thermal resistance lower than 0,25 m2 × K/W are not covered by this European Standard.
This European Standard does not cover factory made cellulose mats, bats or quilts intended to be used for the insulation of buildings or in-situ cellulose products for the insulation of building equipment and industrial installations. Nor does it specify performance requirements.