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BS EN 14420-8:2013/A1 Hose fittings with clamp units Part 8: Symmetrical half coupling (Guillemin system)/Amendment 1Accepted
BS EN 14986 Design of fans working in potentially explosive atmospheresPublic Comment
BS EN 16643 assemblies - Unbonded fluoroplastic lined (e. g. PTFE) hoses and hose assemblies for liquid and gaseous chemicals - SpecificationPublic Comment
BS EN 1762 Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for liquefied petroleum gas, LPG (liquid or gaseous phase), and natural gas up to 25 bar (2,5 MPa) - SpecificationIdea
BS EN 1765 Rubber hose assemblies for oil suction and discharge services - Specification for the assembliesIdea
BS EN 1839 Determination of explosion limits of gases and vapours and determination of the limiting oxygen concentration (LOC) for flammable gases and vapoursPublic Comment
BS EN WI 16820 assemblies for use in the pharmaceutical and biotechnological industry with hoses of non-metallic materials - Elastomeric hoses with or without liningPublic Comment
BS EN WI 16821 assemblies for use in the pharmaceutical and biotechnological industry with hoses of non-metallic materials - Silicone rubber hosePublic Comment
Opens a new windowBS ENISO 1401 Rubber hoses for agricultural sprayingPublic Comment
BS ENISO 16852 requirements, test methods and limits for usePublic Comment
BS ENISO 19296 machines working underground - Machine SafetyPublic Comment
Opens a new windowBS ENISO 2398 compressed air - SpecificationPublic Comment
BS ENISO 3949 Textile-reinforced types for hydraulic applications - SpecificationAccepted
BS ENISO 5774 for compressed-air applications - SpecificationApproval
BS ENISO 6134 saturated steam - SpecificationPublic Comment
BS ENISO 6802 assemblies with wire reinforcements - Hydraulic impulse test with flexingPublic Comment
BS ENISO 6803 assemblies - Hydraulic-pressure impulse test without flexingPublic Comment
BS ENISO 6806 in oil burners - SpecificationPublic Comment
BS ENISO 7233 assemblies - Determination of resistance to vacuumPublic Comment
BS ENISO 7326 ozone resistance under static conditionsPublic Comment
Opens a new windowBS ENISO 7751 assemblies - Ratios of proof and burst pressure to maximum working pressurePublic Comment
Opens a new windowBS ENISO 8028 assemblies for airless paint spraying - SpecificationPublic Comment
Opens a new windowBS ENISO 8033 of adhesion between componentsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 8308 Determination of transmission of liquids through hose and tubing wallsApproval
BS ENISO 8331 assemblies - Guidelines for selection, storage, use and maintenancePublic Comment
BS ISO 11424 Rubber hoses and tubing for air and vacuum systems for internal-combustion engines - SpecificationPublic Comment
BS ISO 11759 Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for dispensing liquefied petroleum gases (LPGs) - SpecificationPublic Comment
BS ISO 13363 Rubber and plastics hoses for marine-engine wet-exhaust systems - SpecificationApproval
BS ISO 13775-1 Thermoplastic tubing and hoses for automotive use Part 1: Non-fuel applicationsApproval
BS ISO 13775-2 Thermoplastic tubing and hoses for automotive use Part 2: Petroleum-based-fuel applicationsPublic Comment
BS ISO 1436 Rubber hoses and hose assemblies - Wire-braid-reinforced hydraulic types for oil-based or water-based fluids - SpecificationApproval
BS ISO 16301 Rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies, wire- or textile-reinforced, for hydraulic jacks applications - SpecificationAccepted
BS ISO 19013-2 Rubber hoses and tubing for fuel circuits for internal combustion engines - Specification Part 2: Gasoline fuelsApproval
BS ISO 19224 Continuous surface miner (CSM) - SafetyAccepted
BS ISO 19225 Underground mining machines - Mobile extracting machines at the face - Safety requirements for shearer loaders and plough systemsAccepted
BS ISO 19385 Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for Water Jetting or Water blasting applicationsAccepted
BS ISO 19426-1 Structures for mine shafts Part 1: Head framesIdea
BS ISO 19426-2 Structures for mine shafts Part 2: Sinking platformsIdea
BS ISO 19426-3 Structures for mine shafts Part 3: ConveyancesIdea
BS ISO 19426-4 Structures for mine shafts Part 4: Underground mine shaft structuresIdea
BS ISO 19434 Classification of mine accidentsAccepted
BS ISO 19718 Rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies, wire- or textile- reinforced, for hydraulic power units used in hydraulic tool applications - SpecificationAccepted
BS ISO 3862 Rubber hoses and hose assemblies - Rubber-covered spiral-wire-reinforced hydraulic types for oil-based or water-based fluids - SpecificationApproval
BS ISO 4079 Rubber hoses and hose assemblies - Textile-reinforced hydraulic types for oil-based or water-based fluids - SpecificationApproval
BS ISO 4642-1 Rubber and plastics hoses, non-collapsible, for fire-fighting service Part 1: Semi-rigid hoses for fixed systemsApproval
BS ISO 4642-2 Rubber and plastics hoses, non-collapsible, for fire-fighting service Part 2: Semi-rigid hoses (and hose assemblies) for pumps and vehiclesApproval
BS ISO 5772 Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for measured fuel dispensing - SpecificationApproval
Opens a new windowBS ISO 6804 Rubber and plastics inlet hoses and hose assemblies for washing-machines and dishwashers - SpecificationPublic Comment
BS ISO 80079-20-2Public Comment
BS ISO 8789 Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for liquefied petroleum gas in motor vehicles - SpecificationPublic Comment
BS ISO/IEC 80079-36 Explosive atmospheres Part 36: Non-electrical equipment for use in explosive atmospheres - Basic methods and requirementsApproval
BS ISO/IEC 80079-37 Explosive atmospheres Part 37: Non-electrical equipment for use in explosive atmospheres - Non-electrical type of protection constructional safety 'c', control of ignition sources 'b', liquid immersion 'k'Approval
BS ISO/IEC 80079-38 Explosive atmospheres Part 38: Equipment and components in explosive atmospheres in underground minesApproval

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