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DS/EN ISO 8561 - HOUSEHOLD FROST-FREE REFRIGERATING APPLIANCES - REFRIGERATORS, REFRIGERATOR-FREEZERS, FROZEN FOOD STORAGE CABINETS AND FOOD FREEZERS COOLED BY INTERNAL FORCED AIR CIRCULATION - CHARACTERISTICS AND TEST METHODS Organization: DS
Date: 1997-01-30
Description: This International Standard specifies the essential characteristics for household frozen food storage cabinets and food freezers cooled by internal forced air circulation and for household refrigerators with or without cellar, ice-making or frozen food storage compartments, and of refrigerator-freezers with or without cellar compartment and with at least the food freezer and or frozen food storage compartment(s) cooled by internal forced air circulation, which are wholly factory assembled.
ISO 27528 - WOOD-BASED PANELS — DETERMINATION OF RESISTANCE TO AXIAL WITHDRAWAL OF SCREWS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2009-07-15
Description: NOTE This International Standard establishes fastener holding performance of screws commonly used in applications involving wood-based panels used for building, furniture, cabinet making, joinery or other work in particular regions.
CSA C827 - ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF FOOD SERVICE REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZE - SECOND EDITION; UPDATE NO 1: JUNE 2011 Organization: CSA
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: This Standard applies to (a) manufacturers' standard catalogue-type equipment; (b) closed cabinets of the unitary, self-contained type; (c) commercial refrigerated storage cabinets, regardless of their shape, size, or configuration (except as noted in Clause 1.4), including (i) reach-in cabinets; (ii) roll-in or roll-through cabinets; (iii) pass-through cabinets; (iv) reach-in wine coolers; (v) fish or poultry files; (vi) ice cream cabinets; (vii) milk or beverage cabinets; (viii) worktop tables; and (ix) undercounter cabinets; (d) closed refrigerated cabinets, regardless of the material used for the door(s) of such cabinets, provided that the closed cabinets are designed for holding and storing food products; (e) both permanently connected and cord-connected equipment; (f) cabinets equipped with or designed to work with electrically driven, mechanical, vapour compression systems charged with one of the refrigerants listed in CSA B52; (g) refrigeration equipment designed for storage temperatures either above or below freezing temperatures, or both in separate compartments; and (h) freezers.
CSA C657 - ENERGY PERFORMANCE STANDARD FOR COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT - FOURTH EDITION; UPDATE NO. 1: SEPTEMBER 2016 Organization: CSA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This Standard applies to a) both permanently connected and cord-connected equipment; b) cabinets equipped with or designed to work with electrically driven system; c) refrigeration equipment designed for storage temperatures either above or below freezing temperatures, or both in separate compartments; d) open and closed cabinets of self-contained and remote type; e) commercial refrigerated storage cabinets; and Note: Example of products include a) reach-in cabinets; b) roll-in or roll-through cabinets; c) pass-through cabinets; d) reach-in wine coolers; e) fish or poultry files; f) ice cream cabinets; g) milk or beverage cabinets; h) meat cases; i) cheese cases; j) worktop tables; k) undercounter cabinets; l) chef base or griddle stand; and m) cabinets with drawers.
CSA C742 - ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF AUTOMATIC ICEMAKERS AND ICE STORAGE BINS - FOURTH EDITION; UPDATE NO. 1: MARCH 2016; INCORPORATING ERRATA: MARCH 2016 Organization: CSA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description:   This Standard applies to a) self-contained icemakers where the ice-making mechanism and storage compartment are integrated in one cabinet; and b) split-system icemakers that have the ice-making mechanism and condensing unit in separate sections.
ASHRAE - NA-04-3-3 - PLENUM FANS IN HVAC EQUIPMENT: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2004-01-01
Description: INTRODUCTION Plenum fans have become popular with some segments of the HVAC industry because their use can lead to shorter cabinets (read less expensive) and quieter applications.
ASTM C848 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR YOUNG’S MODULUS, SHEAR MODULUS, AND POISSON’S RATIO FOR CERAMIC WHITEWARES BY RESONANCE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1988-09-30
Description: NOTE 2—Isotropic means that the elastic properties are the same in all directions in the material. A cryogenic cabinet and high-temperature furnace are described for measuring the elastic moduli as a function of temperature from −195 to 1200°C.
CSA C22.2 NO 120 - REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT - FOURTH EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2013-03-01
Description: This Standard applies to a) refrigerated equipment such as display cases, meat, dairy, or frozen food cases, reach-in cabinets, and bottle type beverage coolers; b) self-service or illuminated refrigerators, freezers, and ice cream cabinets; c) walk-in coolers; d) equipment designed to be field-installed as part of a refrigeration system, such as remote display cases and unit coolers; e) equipment designed to produce some degree of freezing of food or beverage mixtures and to dispense them at will from the equipment at the time of sale, such as ice cream makers; f) water coolers, pressure, bottle, or point-of-use type, free-standing or wall-mounted, having added features such as a means for heating water, or a refrigerated space; g) refrigerated beverage dispensers for use in commercial establishments, designed for free-standing use or for building into fixtures; h) coolers for raw milk intended for farm use, permanently-connected, of the bulk direct expansion ice bank type, having either a self-contained or remote condensing unit; i) ice makers that manufacture and harvest ice in cube, flake, or other readily usable form and that may or may not incorporate ice storage means; Note: This Standard does not apply to automatic ice-makers that are accessory components in household refrigerators and freezers.
ASTM C623 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR YOUNG’S MODULUS, SHEAR MODULUS, AND POISSON’S RATIO FOR GLASS AND GLASS-CERAMICS BY RESONANCE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1992-02-06
Description: Glass is isotropic and glass-ceramics are usually so on a macroscopic scale, because of random distribution and orientation of crystallites. A cryogenic cabinet and high-temperature furnace are described for measuring the elastic moduli as a function of temperature from –195 to 1200°C.
NEMA TS 2 - TRAFFIC CONTROLLER ASSEMBLIES WITH NTCIP REQUIREMENTS - VERSION 03.07 Organization: NEMA
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: vii. Vast reduction in number of wires in the cabinet. c. Port 2 Connector i. Interface to personal computer.
UL 1262 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY LABORATORY EQUIPMENT - THIRD EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING MARCH 15, 2000 Organization: UL
Date: 1990-11-28
Description: Equipment covered Laboratory equipment includes, but is not necessarily restricted to: a) Indicating and recording equipment, b) Sample preparation equipment, c) Sample processing equipment, d) Sample analyzers and testers, e) Cabinets and work stations. Constraints This standard applies to equipment that is rated for connection to: a) A supply source (AC or DC or both) that does not exceed 1) 600 volts for permanently connected products, 2) 250 volts for cord connected products; b) A Type 1 limited supply source according to clause 14; c) A Type 2 limited supply source according to clause 14 and internally derives a Type 1 limited or safety circuit from that source.
ATIS 0600009 - ROHS – COMPLIANT PLATING STANDARD FOR STRUCTURAL METALS, BUS BARS AND FASTENERS Organization: ATIS
Date: 2007-05-01
Description: This standard is part of a suite of standards and provides the physical technical requirements for telecommunications equipment systems and assemblies intended for installation in network equipment buildings, equipment areas within buildings, electronic equipment enclosures (such as controlled environmental vaults) outside electronic equipment cabinets, and customer locations. More specifically, this standard addresses material and finish specification that are affected by ecoenvironmental legislation, specifically the European Union RoHS Directive (2002/95/EC). [1] End-point specifications for inorganic coatings are provided for steel and aluminum used for mechanical purposes.

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