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CSA B651.1 - ACCESSIBLE DESIGN FOR AUTOMATED BANKING MACHINES - SECOND EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: This Standard specifies technical requirements applicable to the design and manufacture of (a) wall-mounted ABMs; (b) stand-alone ABMs; and (c) ABM sites.
CSA C22.2 NO 243 - VACUUM CLEANERS, BLOWER CLEANERS, AND HOUSEHOLD FLOOR FINISHING MACHINES - SIXTH EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: These requirements cover: a) Household, commercial, and coin-operated vacuum cleaning machines and blower cleaners, intended for indoor or outdoor use or both; b) Household, commercial, and coin-operated wet pick-up, dry pick-up, permanently mounted, portable, and central vacuum cleaners and blower cleaner systems; c) Household electrically powered floor finishing machines, including floor polishers, floor scrubbers, floor sanders, rug shampooers, rug and floor washers, and similar machines; d) Appliances covered by this Standard that are marked as being provided with double insulation and that employ double insulation in place of grounding in accordance with the Exception to Clause 4.16.1; e) Portable rechargeable battery-powered appliances for indoor or outdoor use with rechargeable non-user and user-replaceable batteries; see Clause 7; f) Current-carrying hoses for use with vacuum cleaner/motorized nozzle combination appliances intended for household, dry pick-up, indoor use; see Clause 8; g) Current-carrying hoses for use with motorized nozzles intended for use with central vacuum cleaning systems intended for household, dry pick-up, indoor use; see Clause 8; h) Wet pick-up current-carrying hoses for use with household, indoor use carpet cleaning equipment; see Clause 8; i) Grounded current-carrying hoses for use with motorized nozzles intended for household indoor use; see Clause 8; j) Electrified wall valves for connection of current-carrying hose/motorized nozzle combinations for central vacuum cleaning systems intended for household use; see Clause 8; k) Household, indoor use, wet/dry vacuum cleaning machines with a steam-cleaning attachment (such as a vacuum provided with a steam generator in the nozzle), where the vacuum is the prominent feature of the appliance as evidenced by the electrical rating of the vacuum function being greater than the electrical rating of the steam-cleaning function; see also Clause 2.3.3.
ASA - ANSI/ASA S12.53 PART 1 - ACOUSTICS – DETERMINATION OF SOUND POWER LEVELS AND SOUND ENERGY LEVELS OF NOISE SOURCES USING SOUND PRESSURE – ENGINEERING METHODS FOR SMALL MOVABLE SOURCES IN REVERBERANT FIELDS – PART 1: COMPARISON METHOD FOR A HARD-WALLED TEST ROOM - NATIONALLY ADOPTED INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS Organization: ASA
Date: 2011-03-01
Description: General This part of ISO 3743 specifies methods for determining the sound power level or sound energy level of a noise source by comparing measured sound pressure levels emitted by this source (machinery or equipment) mounted in a hard-walled test room, the characteristics of which are specified, with those from a calibrated reference sound source.
CEN - EN ISO 3743-1 - ACOUSTICS - DETERMINATION OF SOUND POWER LEVELS AND SOUND ENERGY LEVELS OF NOISE SOURCES USING SOUND PRESSURE - ENGINEERING METHODS FOR SMALL MOVABLE SOURCES IN REVERBERANT FIELDS - PART 1: COMPARISON METHOD FOR A HARD-WALLED TEST ROOM Organization: CEN
Date: 2010-10-01
Description: General This part of ISO 3743 specifies methods for determining the sound power level or sound energy level of a noise source by comparing measured sound pressure levels emitted by this source (machinery or equipment) mounted in a hard-walled test room, the characteristics of which are specified, with those from a calibrated reference sound source.
DIN EN ISO 3743-1 - ACOUSTICS - DETERMINATION OF SOUND POWER LEVELS AND SOUND ENERGY LEVELS OF NOISE SOURCES USING SOUND PRESSURE - ENGINEERING METHODS FOR SMALL, MOVABLE SOURCES IN REVERBERANT FIELDS - PART 1: COMPARISON METHOD FOR A HARD-WALLED TEST ROOM (ISO 3743-1:2010) Organization: DIN
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: General This part of ISO 3743 specifies methods for determining the sound power level or sound energy level of a noise source by comparing measured sound pressure levels emitted by this source (machinery or equipment) mounted in a hard-walled test room, the characteristics of which are specified, with those from a calibrated reference sound source.
ISO 3743-1 - ACOUSTICS — DETERMINATION OF SOUND POWER LEVELS AND SOUND ENERGY LEVELS OF NOISE SOURCES USING SOUND PRESSURE — ENGINEERING METHODS FOR SMALL MOVABLE SOURCES IN REVERBERANT FIELDS PART 1: COMPARISON METHOD FOR A HARD-WALLED TEST ROOM - SECOND EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2010-10-01
Description: General This part of ISO 3743 specifies methods for determining the sound power level or sound energy level of a noise source by comparing measured sound pressure levels emitted by this source (machinery or equipment) mounted in a hard-walled test room, the characteristics of which are specified, with those from a calibrated reference sound source.
UL 1017 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY VACUUM CLEANERS, BLOWER CLEANERS, AND HOUSEHOLD FLOOR FINISHING MACHINES - TENTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JANUARY 23, 2018 Organization: UL
Date: 2017-09-15
Description: These requirements cover: a) Household, commercial, and coin-operated vacuum cleaning machines and blower cleaners, intended for indoor or outdoor use or both; b) Household, commercial, and coin-operated wet pick-up, dry pick-up, permanently mounted, portable, and central vacuum cleaners and blower cleaner systems; c) Household electrically powered floor finishing machines, including floor polishers, floor scrubbers, floor sanders, rug shampooers, rug and floor washers, and similar machines; d) Appliances covered by this Standard that are marked as being provided with double insulation and that employ double insulation in place of grounding in accordance with the Exception to Clause 4.16.1; e) Portable rechargeable battery-powered appliances for indoor or outdoor use with rechargeable non-user and user-replaceable batteries; see Clause 7; f) Current-carrying hoses for use with vacuum cleaner/motorized nozzle combination appliances intended for household, dry pick-up, indoor use; see Clause 8; g) Current-carrying hoses for use with motorized nozzles intended for use with central vacuum cleaning systems intended for household, dry pick-up, indoor use; see Clause 8; h) Wet pick-up current-carrying hoses for use with household, indoor use carpet cleaning equipment; see Clause 8; i) Grounded current-carrying hoses for use with motorized nozzles intended for household indoor use; see Clause 8; j) Electrified wall valves for connection of current-carrying hose/motorized nozzle combinations for central vacuum cleaning systems intended for household use; see Clause 8; k) Household, indoor use, wet/dry vacuum cleaning machines with a steam-cleaning attachment (such as a vacuum provided with a steam generator in the nozzle), where the vacuum is the prominent feature of the appliance as evidenced by the electrical rating of the vacuum function being greater than the electrical rating of the steam-cleaning function; see also Clause 2.3.3.
UL - 1017 BULLETIN - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY VACUUM CLEANERS, BLOWER CLEANERS, AND HOUSEHOLD FLOOR FINISHING MACHINES - COMMENTS DUE: JUNE 13, 2017 Organization: UL
Date: 2017-04-14
Description:   These requirements cover: a) Household, commercial, and coin-operated vacuum cleaning machines and blower cleaners, intended for indoor or outdoor use or both; b) Household, commercial, and coin-operated wet pick-up, dry pick-up, permanently mounted, portable, and central vacuum cleaners and blower cleaner systems; c) Household electrically powered floor finishing machines, including floor polishers, floor scrubbers, floor sanders, rug shampooers, rug and floor washers, and similar machines; d) Appliances covered by this Standard that are marked as being provided with double insulation and that employ double insulation in place of grounding in accordance with the Exception to Clause 4.16.1; e) Portable rechargeable battery-powered appliances for indoor or outdoor use with rechargeable non-user and user-replaceable batteries; see Clause 7; f) Current-carrying hoses for use with vacuum cleaner/motorized nozzle combination appliances intended for household, dry pick-up, indoor use; see Clause 8; g) Current-carrying hoses for use with motorized nozzles intended for use with central vacuum cleaning systems intended for household, dry pick-up, indoor use; see Clause 8; h) Wet pick-up current-carrying hoses for use with household, indoor use carpet cleaning equipment; see Clause 8; i) Grounded current-carrying hoses for use with motorized nozzles intended for household indoor use; see Clause 8; j) Electrified wall valves for connection of current-carrying hose/motorized nozzle combinations for central vacuum cleaning systems intended for household use; see Clause 8; k) Household, indoor use, wet/dry vacuum cleaning machines with a steam-cleaning attachment (such as a vacuum provided with a steam generator in the nozzle), where the vacuum is the prominent feature of the appliance as evidenced by the electrical rating of the vacuum function being greater than the electrical rating of the steam-cleaning function; see also Clause 2.3.3.
IPC-7351 - GENERIC REQUIREMENTS FOR SURFACE MOUNT DESIGN AND LAND PATTERN STANDARD Organization: IPC
Date: 2010-06-01
Description: *Chip Carrier – A low-profile, usually square, surface-mount component semiconductor package whose die cavity or die mounting area is a large fraction of the package size and whose external connections are usually on all four sides of the package.
NEN-EN-IEC 60704-2-11 - HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES - TEST CODE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF AIRBORNE ACOUSTICAL NOISE - PART 2-11: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICALLY OPERATED FOOD PREPARATION APPLIANCES Organization: NEN
Date: 1999-02-01
Description: These machines are intended for placing on counters, tables, work tops or sinks, for wall-mounting, for building-in, or for hand-held use, supplied from mains or from batteries and able to ensure the functions described in clause 4 of IEC 60619.
BSI - BS CP 3 CH III - CODE OF BASIC DATA FOR THE DESIGN OF BUILDINGS. SOUND INSULATION AND NOISE REDUCTION - AMD 1385 Organization: BSI
Date: 1972-03-30
Description: Covers mechanical services, ventilation systems and machine mountings. Charts and tables give sound reduction values for walls, floors and ceilings.
DS/EN 60704-2-11 - HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES - TEST CODE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF AIRBORNE ACOUSTICAL NOISE - PART 2-11: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICALLY OPERATED FOOD PREPARATION APPLIANCES Organization: DS
Date: 1999-06-07
Description: This standard applies to the electrically operated food preparation appliances, either in the form of separate machines with a single function or in the form of multi-purpose machines with appropriate tools or attachments for several functions, intended for placing on counters, table work tops or sinks, for wall-mounting, for building-in, or for hand-held use, supplied from mains or from batteries and able to ensure the functions described in clause 4 of IEC 60619.
DS/EN 996 - PILING EQUIPMENT - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2009-04-03
Description: This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards. 1.3 Piling equipment includes: a) Piling rig consisting of carrier machine (crawler, wheel or rail mounted, floating), leader attachment, leader or other guiding systems, e.g. direct mounted, boom supported, swinging, guide cage or free riding; b) Pile installation and extraction equipment, e.g. impact hammers, extractors, vibrators or static pile pushing/pulling devices; c) Accessories, e.g. pile caps, helmets, plates, followers, clamping devices, pile handling devices, pile guides, acoustic shrouds and shock/vibration absorbing devices, power packs/generators and personnel lifts or platforms. 1.4 In addition, this standard applies to diaphragm walling rigs.
GMW16755 - REPAIR WELDING OF ALUMINUM ENGINE BLOCKS AND BEDPLATES - ISSUE 1; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2014-07-01
Description:   Cylinder block regions that may be considered for weld repair include block front and rear faces, crankcase (skirt) walls, bosses (excluding head, bearing cap/bedplate, and engine mounting), and starter flange.
GMW17432 - REPAIR WELDING OF GRAY CAST IRON ENGINE BLOCKS AND LOWER CRANK CASES - ISSUE 1; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2015-11-01
Description: Cylinder block regions that may be considered for weld repair include block front and rear faces, crankcase (skirt) walls, bosses (excluding head, bearing cap/bedplate, and engine mounting), and starter flange.
DSF/EN 62368-1/FPRA1 - AUDIO/VIDEO, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT - PART 1: SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Description: This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - addition of requirements for LEDs; - new requirements for wall and ceiling mounting means; - addition of acoustic shock requirements for personal music players; - revision of the battery requirements, including new requirements for coin/button cell batteries and revision of the burn requirements.
DSF/EN 62368-1/PRAD - AUDIO/VIDEO, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT – PART 1: SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Description: This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: – addition of requirements for LEDs; – new requirements for wall and ceiling mounting means; – addition of acoustic shock requirements for personal music players; – revision of the battery requirements, including new requirements for coin/button cell batteries and revision of the burn requirements.
UL 962 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY HOUSEHOLD AND COMMERCIAL FURNISHINGS - FOURTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JULY 7, 2017 Organization: UL
Date: 2014-11-07
Description: A furnishing intended to support audio/video equipment shall be evaluated in accordance with one of the following: a) If the audio/video support system is an entertainment center, cart, or a stand and it is intended for support or attachment of audio/video equipment, the Standard for Household, Commercial, and Institutional-Use Carts, Stands and Entertainment Centers for Use with Audio and/or Video Equipment, UL 1678 applies; b) If the audio/video support system is intended to be mounted to walls, ceilings or another part of a building structure as the primary support means, the Standard for Wall- and Ceiling-Mounts and Accessories, UL 2442, applies; c) If a cart, stand or support surface is supplied with the audio or video equipment by the manufacturer of the audio or video equipment, the requirements contained in the Standard for Audio, Video, and Similar Electronic Apparatus – Safety Requirements, UL 60065, or the Standard for Information Technology Equipment – Safety – Part 1: General Requirements, UL 60950-1, as applicable to the product applies; d) Information Technology and Communications Equipment Cabinets, Enclosure and Rack Systems are investigated to the Standard for Information Technology Equipment – Safety – Part 1: General Requirements, UL 60950-1 or the Standard for Audio/Video, Information and Communication Technology Equipment – Part 1: Safety Requirements, UL 62368-1; e) For retail product displays incorporating audio/video equipment to attract attention to the products for sale, UL 962 applies.
ASTM C1773 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR MONOTONIC AXIAL TENSILE BEHAVIOR OF CONTINUOUS FIBER-REINFORCED ADVANCED CERAMIC TUBULAR TEST SPECIMENS AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2017-02-01
Description: The test specimen/fixture assembly is mounted in the testing machine and monotonically loaded in uniaxial tension at ambient temperature while recording the tensile force and the strain in the gage section.
CSA C22.2 NO 120 - REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT - FOURTH EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: This Standard applies to refrigerated equipment used in commercial and business establishments that include refrigeration systems other than those that employ refrigerant motor-compressors and air- and water-cooled condensers, such as thermo-electric or absorption systems 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.

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