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CEN - EN ISO 23537-2

Requirements for sleeping bags - Part 2: Fabric and material properties

inactive
Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 October 2016
Status: inactive
Page Count: 18
ICS Code (Camping equipment and camp-sites): 97.200.30
scope:

This part of ISO 23537 specifies the fabric and material properties as well as provisions for labelling of adult sized sleeping bags for use in sports and leisure time activities. Thermal and dimensional requirements are specified in ISO 23537-1.

This part of ISO 23537 does not apply to sleeping bags intended for specific purpose such as military use and extreme climate zone expedition. It does not apply to sleeping bags for children or babies.

NOTE No prediction model exists for the determination of the limiting temperatures based on the thermal resistance of the sleeping bag for children and babies. Moreover, such a model for testing cannot be developed because the necessary controlled sleep trials with children or babies in climatic chambers are, out of ethical reasons, not permitted.

Document History

August 1, 2023
Requirements for sleeping bags - Part 2: Fabric and material properties
This document specifies the fabric and material properties as well as provisions for labelling of adult sized sleeping bags for use in sports and leisure time activities. This document does not...
EN ISO 23537-2
October 1, 2016
Requirements for sleeping bags - Part 2: Fabric and material properties
This part of ISO 23537 specifies the fabric and material properties as well as provisions for labelling of adult sized sleeping bags for use in sports and leisure time activities. Thermal and...

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