This document establishes a system of classification for fertilizers, soil conditioners and beneficial substances. The system of classification is in accordance with: — the nutrient contents of the fertilizer; — the effect of the fertilizer; — the type of product; and — the acidity and alkalinity of the product as a supplement. It is applicable to fertilizers, soil conditioners and beneficial substances. The classification scheme for fertilizers, soil conditioners and beneficial substances (in accordance with nutrient contents) is shown in Annex A.
This document specifies the CAN-based and the K-Line communication between the recording equipment and service tools for software download and calibrating purposes. The provided requirements and recommendations cover physical, data link, network, session, and application layers according to the OSI reference model as well as the unified diagnostics services.
This document specifies all end-of-life activation of in-vehicle pyrotechnical devices identifiers, data identifiers, routine identifiers, data types, computations, and units. This document is based on: — new safety-relevant system technology designed into the vehicles, — new or more effective end-of-life activation of in-vehicle pyrotechnical devices, which requires additional test data, and routine controls. This document describes the end-of-life activation of in-vehicle pyrotechnical devices data definitions and associated technical requirements. This document specifies: — identifiers for end-of-life activation of in-vehicle pyrotechnical devices data definitions and associated technical requirements, — data identifiers applicable to end-of-life activation of in-vehicle pyrotechnical devices data definitions and associated technical requirements, — routine identifiers applicable to end-of-life activation of in-vehicle pyrotechnical devices data definitions and associated technical requirements.
This document establishes appropriate testing processes to determine the cleanliness of surfaces in cleanrooms with regard to the presence of chemical compounds or elements (including molecules, ions, atoms and particles). This document is applicable to all solid surfaces in cleanrooms and associated controlled environments such as walls, ceilings, floors, worksurfaces, tools, equipment and devices. NOTE 1 For the purpose of this document, consideration is only given to the chemical characteristics of a particle. The physical properties of the particle are not considered and this document does not cover the interaction between the contamination and the surface. NOTE 2 This document does not include the contamination generation process or any time-dependent influences (e.g. deposition, sedimentation, ageing) or process-dependent activities such as transportation and handling. Neither does it include guidance on statistical quality-control techniques to ensure compliance.
This document gives guidance for the selection of vibration generating equipment for multi-axial environmental testing, depending on the test requirements. Multi-axial environmental test equipment dealt with in this document refers to a vibration test system having controlled vibration of more than one degree of freedom, including linear vibration and angular vibration. In this document, one or more exciter per desired degree of freedom is supposed. The guidance covers such aspects of selection as — number, type and models of exciters, — number, type and models of connectors, — system configuration, and — some components.
This document gives requirements, guidance and recommendations for the cleaning, inspection, and repair of PPE for use by firefighters. This document is intended to be used by those responsible for the cleaning, inspections, and repair of firefighters PPE, however, it will also provide vital guidance to those who are responsible for establishing such a programme including fire and rescue services. This document does not cover the following at this time: a) chemical protective clothing; b) garments required for protection against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) materials.
This document specifies the methods relating to the environmental tests of optical instruments including additional assemblies from other fields (e.g. mechanical, chemical, and electronic devices), under equivalent conditions, for their ability to resist the influence of mechanical stress. The purpose of the testing is to investigate to what extent the optical, climatic, mechanical, chemical, and electrical (including electrostatic) performance characteristics of the specimen are affected by mechanical stress.
This document covers terms, definitions, and a verification procedure to characterize the ability of laser lenses to collimate divergent laser beams and to focus collimated laser to small spot sizes. The aim of this document is to give users reliable information on the applicability of laser lenses in the field of beam forming.
This document specifies the mounting dimensions required for the interchangeability of accessories for 16 MPa (160 bar) medium series cylinders in accordance with ISO 6020‑1 and for 25 MPa (250 bar) series cylinders in accordance with ISO 6022. The accessories have been designed specifically for use with cylinders manufactured in accordance with ISO 6020‑1 and ISO 6022, but this does not limit their application. This document covers the following accessories, identified in accordance with ISO 6099: — AP2 — rod clevis, female thread (see Figure 1 and Table 1); — AF3 — rod flange, circular (see Figure 2 and Table 2); — AB4 — clevis bracket, straight (see Figure 3 and Table 3); — AB3 — clevis bracket, in angle (see Figure 4 and Table 4); — AT4 — trunnion bracket (see Figure 5 and Table 5); — AA4-R — pivot pin, plain bearing (snap ring type) (see Figure 6 and Table 6); — AA4-S — pivot pin, plain bearing (split pin type) (see Figure 7 and Table 7); — AA6-R — pivot pin, spherical bearing (snap ring type) (see Figure 6 and Table 6); — AA6-S — pivot pin, spherical bearing (split pin type) (see Figure 7 and Table 7); — AP6 — rod eye spherical, female thread (see Figure 8 and Table 8); — AP4 — rod eye plain, female thread (see Figure 9 and Table 9). These accessories are used on hydraulic cylinders for mechanically transmitting the cylinder force. The design of these accessories is based on the maximum forces resulting from the specified internal diameters of the cylinders and pressures according to ISO 3320 and ISO 2944. This document applies only to the dimensional criteria of products manufactured in conformity with this document; it does not apply to their functional characteristics.  1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2.
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