ISO - DIS 14955-5
Machine tools - Environmental evaluation of machine tools - Part 5: Principles for testing woodworking machine tools with respect to energy supplied
|Publication Date:||12 April 2019|
|ICS Code (Machine tools in general):||25.080.01|
This part of ISO 14955 specifies technical requirements for testing procedures for evaluation of energy supplied during use phase for the design of machine tools to process wood and materials with similar physical characteristics to wood.
This International Standard applies in addition to ISO 14955-1 and ISO 14955-2. All three parts together cover all significant energy requirements relevant to woodworking machine tools, when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer.
This part of ISO 14955 defines mandatory operating states, optional shift regimes and optional machine tool activities for several types of woodworking machine tools.
This International Standard also applies to peripheral devices which are supplied as an integral part of the machine. This International Standard also applies to machine tools which are part of an integrated manufacturing system where the energy required is comparable to those of machine tools working separately.
This International Standard applies to the following woodworking machine tools:
- NC boring and routing machines;
- horizontal beam panel circular sawing machines;
- vertical panel circular sawing machines;
- edge-banding machines fed by chains;
- wide belt calibrating and sanding machines;
- four sided moulding machines;
- tenoning and/or profiling machines;
- foiling/laminating machines;
- dimension saws and circular saw benches;
- single spindle vertical moulding machines (toupie);
- surface planing, thickness planing, combined surface/thickness planing machines;
- band sawing machines;
- combined machines;
- multi-blade rip-sawing machines;
- presses and bending presses;
- mounting presses.
List of environmentally relevant improvements and machine tool components, control of machine tool components, and combinations of machine tool components are given in Annex A.