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Proposed standards (2)

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77C/232/NPIEC 61000-5-x: Guide to the Application of HEMP and IEMI PublicationsComment deadline: 6/13/2014
ISO/TC 92 / SC 2N 633Fire containment - Elements of building construction - Part 1: Ventilation ductsComment deadline: 5/12/2014

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Standards in development (11)

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BS EN 1263-1 Safety nets Part 1: Safety requirements, test methodsPublic Comment
BS EN 1263-2 Safety nets Part 2: Safety requirements for the positioning limitsPublic Comment
BS EN 16491 Thermal insulation products for buildings - Factory made composite products - SpecificationPublic Comment
BS EN 16508 Temporary works equipment - Encapsulation constructions - Performance requirements and general designPublic Comment
BS EN 16724 Thermal insulation products for building applications - Instructions for mounting and fixing for determination of the reaction to fire testing of external thermal Insulation composite systems (ETICS) (Analogue to EN 15715)Public Comment
BS ENISO 12572 Hygrothermal performance of building materials and products - Determination of water vapour transmission properties (ISO 12572:2001)Idea
BS ENISO 15758 'Hygrothermal performance of building equipment and industrial installations - Calculation of water vapour diffusion - Cold pipe insulation systemsApproval
BS ENISO 6781-3 Performance of buildings - Detection of heat, air and moisture irregularities in buildings by infrared methods Part 3: Qualifications of Equipment Operators, Data Analysts and Report WritersPublic Comment
BS ENISO 7345:1995/A1 Thermal insulation - Physical quantities and definitions (ISO 7345:1987)Accepted
BS ENISO 9972 Thermal performance of buildings - Determination of air permeability of buildings - Fan pressurization methodPublic Comment
PD CEN/TS 15548-1 Thermal insulation products for building equipment and industrial installations - Determination of thermal resistance by means of the guarded hot plate method Part 1: Measurements at elevated temperatures from 100 °C to 850 °CApproval

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