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Headgear, accessories & fastenings

Standards in development (61)

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BS EN 16732:2015/Cor1 Slide fastners (zips)- SpecificationPublication
BS EN 16887 Leather - Product Category Rules (PCR) for Environmental Impact AssessmentPublic Comment
BS EN WI 00248508 Rubber or plastics-coated fabrics - Mechanical test methods under biaxial stress states – Part 1: Tensile stiffness propertiesIdea
BS ENISO 10734 Footwear - Test methods for slide fasteners - Strength of slide fastener pullersPublication
BS ENISO 10750 Footwear - Test method for slide fasteners - Attachment strength of end stopsApproval
BS ENISO 10751 Footwear - Test method for slide fasteners - Resistance to repeated opening and closingPublication
BS ENISO 10764 Footwear - Test method for slide fasteners - Lateral strength (ISO 10764)Publication
BS ENISO 1421 Determination of tensile strength and elongation at breakApproval
BS ENISO 17075-1 Leather - Chemical determination of chromium(VI) content – Part 1: Colorimetric method (EN ISO 17075:2007 rev )Public Comment
BS ENISO 17075-2 chromium(VI) content Part 2: Ion chromatographic methodPublic Comment
BS ENISO 17232 Leather - Physical and mechanical tests - Determination of heat resistance of patent leather (ISO 17232:2006) (EN ISO 17232:2006 rev)Public Comment
BS ENISO 17233 Leather - Physical and mechanical tests - Determination of cold crack temperature of surface coatings (ISO 17233:2002) (EN ISO 17233:2002 rev)Public Comment
BS ENISO 17694 Footwear - Test methods for uppers and lining - Flex resistancePublication
BS ENISO 17697 Footwear - Test methods for uppers, lining and insocks - Seam strengthPublication
BS ENISO 17698 Footwear - Test methods for uppers - Delamination resistancePublication
BS ENISO 17701 Footwear - Test methods for uppers, lining and insocks - Colour migrationPublication
BS ENISO 17708 Footwear - Test methods for whole shoe - Upper sole adhesionPublic Comment
BS ENISO 18403 Footwear - Test methods for slide fasteners - Resistance to damage during closure under a lateral forcePublication
BS ENISO 18454 Footwear - Standard atmospheres for conditioning and testing of footwear and components for footwearPublic Comment
BS ENISO 18896 Footwear - Test methods for shanks - Longitudinal stiffnessPublic Comment
BS ENISO 19076 - Using electronic techniquesApproval
BS ENISO 20136 by micro-organismsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 20137 testing critical chemicals in leatherPublic Comment
BS ENISO 20863 Footwear - Test methods for stiffeners and toepuffs - BondabilityPublic Comment
BS ENISO 20866 Footwear - Test methods for insoles - Delamination resistancePublic Comment
BS ENISO 20867 Footwear - Test methods for insoles - Heel pin holding strengthPublic Comment
BS ENISO 20870 Footwear - Ageing conditioningPublic Comment
BS ENISO 20871 Footwear - Test methods for outsoles - Abrasion resistancePublic Comment
BS ENISO 20872 Footwear - Test methods for outsoles - Tear strengthPublic Comment
BS ENISO 20873 Footwear - Test methods for outsoles - Dimensional stabilityPublic Comment
BS ENISO 20874 Footwear - Test methods for outsoles - Needle tear strengthPublic Comment
BS ENISO 20875 Footwear - Test methods for outsoles - Determination of split tear strength and delamination resistancePublic Comment
BS ENISO 20876 Footwear - Test methods for insoles - Resistance to stitch tearPublic Comment
BS ENISO 22649 Footwear - Test methods for insoles and insocks - Water absorption and desorptionPublication
BS ENISO 22650 Footwear - Test methods for whole shoe - Heel attachmentPublic Comment
BS ENISO 2286-1 Determination of roll characteristics Part 1: Methods for determination of length, width and net massApproval
BS ENISO 2286-2 Determination of roll characteristics Part 2: Methods for determination of total mass per unit area, mass per unit area of coating and mass per unit area of substrateApproval
BS ENISO 2286-3 Determination of roll characteristics Part 3: Method for determination of thicknessApproval
BS ENISO 23910 Leather - Physical and mechanical tests - Measurement of stich tear resistancePublic Comment
BS ENISO 2411 Determination of coating adhesionPublic Comment
BS ENISO 2418 Leather - Chemical, physical and mechanical and fastness tests - Sampling location (ISO 2418:2002) (EN ISO 2418:2002 rev)Public Comment
BS ENISO 2420 Leather - Physical and mechanical tests - Determination of apparent density (ISO 2420:2002) (EN ISO 2420:2002 rev)Public Comment
BS ENISO 32100 Physical and mechanical tests - Determination of flex resistance by the flexometer methodIdea
BS ENISO 4044 chemical test samplesPublic Comment
BS ENISO 4098 of water-soluble matter, water-soluble inorganic matter and water-soluble organic matterPublic Comment
BS ENISO 4674-1 Determination of tear resistance Part 1: Constant rate of tear methodsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 5402-1 Leather - Determination of flex resistance Part 1: Flexometer method (ISO 5402-1:2011) (EN ISO 5402-1:2011 rev)Public Comment
BS ENISO 5470-1 Determination of abrasion resistance Part 1: Taber abraderApproval
BS ISO 11457 Leather - Grading of wet blue goat and sheep skins based on defectsAccepted
BS ISO 1419 Rubber- or plastics-coated fabrics - Accelerated-ageing testsAccepted
BS ISO 1420 Rubber- or plastics-coated fabrics - Determination of resistance to penetration by waterApproval
BS ISO 15115 Leather - VocabularyAccepted
BS ISO 17551 Leather - Pickled sheep pelts - Guidelines for grading on the basis of defect and sizeAccepted
BS ISO 20699 Leather - Chemical tests - Pre-ageing for chemical determination of hexavalent chromiumAccepted
BS ISO 20701 Leather - Tests for colour fastness - Colour fastness to salivaAccepted
BS ISO 20947-1 Performance evaluation protocol for digital fitting systems Part 1: Virtual garmentIdea
BS ISO 4675 Rubber- or plastics-coated fabrics - Low-temperature bend testPublic Comment
PD ISO/TR 2822-2 Raw cattle hides and calf skins Part 2: Guidelines for grading on the basis of massAccepted
PD ISO/TR 2822-3 Raw cattle hides and calf skins Part 3: Guidelines for grading on the basis of defectsAccepted
PD ISO/TS 19409 Footwear - Sizing - Measurement of last dimensionsIdea
PD ISO/TS 19410-1 Footwear - Sizing - Inshoe measurement Part 1: Shoe lengthIdea

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Published standards (20)

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Standard referenceNameStatus
BS 8466:2006Hats. Protection against solar UVR. Method of test and performance requirementsCurrent
BS 5240-1:1987Industrial safety helmets - Specification for construction and performanceWithdrawn
BS 4162:1983Methods of test for buttonsCurrent
BS 5592:1978Size designation of clothes - headwearCurrent
BS EN 16732:2015Slide fasteners (zips). SpecificationCurrent
BS 3084:2006Slide fasteners (Zips). SpecificationCurrent
BS 6489:1984Specification for headforms for use in the testing of protective helmetsWithdrawn
BS 3866:1979Specification for holes and shanks for buttonsCurrent
BS 3084:1992Specification for slide fastenersWithdrawn
BS 7271:1990Specification for touch and close fastenersWithdrawn
PD CEN/TR 15118:2005Testing guidelines for touch and close fastenersCurrent
BS EN 12243:2000Touch and close fasteners. Determination of dimensional change in washing and drying and dry cleaningCurrent
BS EN 13780:2003Touch and close fasteners. Determination of longitudinal shear strengthCurrent
BS EN 12242:2000Touch and close fasteners. Determination of peel strengthCurrent
BS EN 14959:2006Touch and close fasteners. Determination of resistance to fraying after washingCurrent
BS EN 12240:1997Touch and close fasteners. Determination of the overall and effective widths of tapes and the effective width of a closureCurrent
BS EN 12241:2000Touch and close fasteners. Method for closure prior to washing and drying or dry cleaningCurrent
BS EN 1415:1997Touch-and-close fasteners. Behaviour of slit selvedgesCurrent
BS EN 1414:1997Touch-and-close fasteners. Cycling procedure for subsequent testingCurrent
BS EN 1416:1997Touch-and-close fasteners. Determination of curvatureCurrent

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