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Standards in development (24)

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BS EN 12779 Safety of woodworking machines - Chips and dust extraction systems with fixed installations - Safety related performances and safety requirementsPublic Comment
Opens a new windowBS EN 16770 Safety of woodworking machines - Chip and dust extraction systems for indoor installationPublic Comment
BS EN 1870-17:2012/A1 Safety of woodworking machines - Circular sawing machines Part 17: Manual horizontal cutting cross-cut sawing machines with one saw unit (radial arm saws)Accepted
BS EN 1870-3 Safety of woodworking machines - Circular sawing machines Part 3:Down cutting cross-cut saws and dual purpose down cutting cross-cut saws/circular saw benchesApproval
BS EN 1870-6 Safety of woodworking machines - Circular sawing machines Part 6: Circular sawing machines for firewood and dual purpose circular sawing machines for firewood/circular saw benches, with manual loading and/or unloadingPublic Comment
BS EN 1870-6:2002+A2 Safety of woodworking machines - Circular sawing machines Part 6: Circular sawing machines for firewood and dual purpose circular sawing machines for firewood/circular saw benches, with manual loading and/or unloadingApproval
BS ENISO 18217 Safety of woodworking machines - Edge-banding machines fed chain(s)Public Comment
BS ENISO 19085-1 Woodworking machines - Safety Part 1: Common requirementsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 19085-2Accepted
BS ENISO 19085-2 Woodworking machines - Safety Part 2: Horizontal beam panel circular sawing machinesPublic Comment
BS ISO 1711-1 Assembly tools for screws and nuts - Technical specifications Part 1: Hand-operated wrenches and socketsPublic Comment
BS ISO 1711-2 Assembly tools for screws and nuts - Technical specifications Part 2: Machine-operated sockets (impact)Public Comment
BS ISO 19085-3 Woodworking machines - Safety Part 3: NC boring and routing machinesAccepted
BS ISO 19085-4 Woodworking machines - Safety Part 4: Vertical panel circular sawing machinesAccepted
BS ISO 19085-5 Woodworking machines - Safety Part 5: Dimension sawsAccepted
BS ISO 2725-1 Assembly tools for screws and nuts - Square drive sockets Part 1: Hand-operated socketsPublic Comment
BS ISO 2725-2 Assembly tools for screws and nuts - Square drive sockets Part 2: Machine-operated sockets (impact)Public Comment
BS ISO 2725-3 Assembly tools for screws and nuts - Square drive sockets Part 3: Machine-operated sockets (non-impact) - DimensionsPublic Comment
BS ISO 3317 Assembly tools for screws and nuts - Square drive adaptor with hexagon or cylindrical flat drive, for power socket wrenchesPublic Comment
BS ISO 6789-1 Assembly tools for screws and nuts - Hand torque tools - Requirements and test methods for design conformance testing, quality conformance testing and recalibration procedure Part 1: Requirements and test method for design conformance testing, quality conformance testing and calibration procedureAccepted
BS ISO 6789-2 Assembly tools for screws and nuts - Hand torque tools - Requirements and test methods for design conformance testing, quality conformance testing and recalibration procedure Part 2: Requirements for calibration and determination of measurement uncertainlyAccepted
BS ISO 7738 Assembly tools for screws and nuts - Combination wrenches - Lengths of wrenches and maximum thickness of headsPublic Comment
PD ISO/TS 13399-204 Cutting tool data representation and exchange Part 204: Concept for the design of 3D models based on properties according to ISO/TS 13399-2: Modelling of inserts for reamingAccepted
PD ISO/TS 13399-405 Cutting tool data representation and exchange Part 405: Concept for the design of 3D models based on properties according to ISO/TS 13399-4: Modelling of colletsAccepted

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Committees (3)

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MTE/15Hand tools
MTE/20Power driven saws
MTE/23Woodworking machines

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