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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 43, SAFETY GLAZING / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIERS (CLEPA)
This eventuality is already covered in the current version of Regulation No. 43 where the abrasion resistance requirements for plastic glazing materials (annexes 14 and 16, paragraphs 6.1.3.1. and 6.1.3.2.) are: TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2000/24 page 3 - for plastic safety glazing used in locations requisite for driving visibility: Outer surface 1000 cycles with 2 per cent haze Inner surface 100 cycles with 4 per cent haze - for plastic safety glazing used in locations not requisite for driving visibility: Outer surface 500 cycles with 10 per cent haze Inner surface 100 cycles with 4 per cent haze No abrasion resistance requirement is necessary in the case of trailers and motor caravans. (...) - Line (3) of the table in annex 21 implies that lower abrasion resistance (M: 500 cycles, 10 per cent) could be allowed for windows at locations requisite for driver’s vision, when located behind the driver’s R point. (...) All glazings requisite for the driver’s vision must conform to the abrasion resistance requirements, independently of the vehicle category in which they are installed.
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Score: 1162364.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRSG/2000/24&Lang=E
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REGULATION NO. 43 - REVISION 3 - AMENDMENT 4
Immediately after drying and before abrasion, the initial haze shall be measured according to Annex 3, paragraph 4.4.3. of this Regulation, and the haze shall be measured again immediately after abrasion. (...) Test of resistance to abrasion For the purpose of testing the resistance to abrasion, either the Taber test or as an equivalent alternative the package of Sand drop test, Car-wash test and Wiper test shall be performed. 6.1.1. (...) Interpretation of results The safety glazing shall be considered satisfactory with respect to abrasion resistance if the increase of haze as a result of abrasion of the test piece does not exceed 2 per cent. 6.1.1.4.
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Score: 1161806 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....1/ADD.42/REV.3/AMEND.4&Lang=E
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Occupational exposure: by inhalation Substance Source Asbestos Mining, construction, manufacture of materials containing asbestos Aluminium Manufacture of fireworks, ceramics, paints, electrical goods, abrasives, smelting Ammonia Ammonia production, manufacture of chemicals, fertilizers, explosives Arsenic Pesticides, pigments, alloys Beryllium Ore extraction, some alloys, ceramics Cadmium Electrical equipment, alloys, pigments, welding, smelting Chlorine Bleaching, manufacture of paper and pulp, water purification, chlorinated chemicals and pesticides Chromium Welding, metal treatment baths, paint pigments, production of chromium compounds Coke oven emission Coke production Hydrogen fluoride Solvent, plastics, films, manufacture of chemicals Kaolin Pottery production Manganese Various sources in metal and chemical industry Nickel Ore extraction, smelting, electroplating, fossil fuel Nitrogen oxides Welding, silo filling, explosives, exhaust gases Organic dusts (cotton, hemp, etc.)
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Score: 1158977.1 - www.ilo.org/legacy/engl.../products/safetytm/toxann2.htm
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PROPOSAL OF AMENDMENTS TO ANNEXES A AND B OF ADR. SUBSECTION 9.2.2.6.1 OF ANNEX B TO THE ADR, REQUIREMENTS CONCERNING WIRING / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF GERMANY
Proposal In paragraph 9.2.2.6.1 amend the current text (including the figures) to read as follows: "9.2.2.6.1 Wiring The wiring located to the rear of the driver’s cab shall be protected against impact, abrasion and chafing during normal vehicle operation. (...) The standard does, however, not define a limit value for abrasion resistance. This is left to be agreed between the manufacturer and the user. In order to test the abrasion resistance, ISO 6722 contains a procedure where a needle rubs over the insulation of the conductors until there is only 60% of the initial insulation thickness left.
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Score: 1157974.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.15/2002/24&Lang=E
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DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 7 TO REGULATION NO. 43, SAFETY GLAZING
In the case of glazing of class L, the abrasion test shall be considered to have given a satisfactory result if the total light scatter after abrasion does not exceed 2 per cent after 1,000 cycles on the outer surface of the test sample and 4 per cent after 100 cycles on the inner surface of the test sample. 6.1.3.2. In the case of glazing of class M, the abrasion test shall be considered to have given a satisfactory result if the total light scatter after abrasion does not exceed 10 per cent after 500 cycles on the outer surface of the test sample and 4 per cent after 100 cycles on the inner surface of the test sample.” Insert a new paragraph 6.1.3.3., to read: “6.1.3.3. For sun roofs, no abrasion test is required.” Insert a new annex 21, to read: “Annex 21 PROVISIONS REGARDING THE INSTALLATION OF SAFETY GLAZING ON VEHICLES 1.
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Score: 1146918.75 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=TRANS/WP.29/895&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 7 TO REGULATION NO. 43, SAFETY GLAZING / TRANSMITTED BY THE WORKING PARTY ON GENERAL SAFETY PROVISIONS (GRSG)
In the case of glazing of class L, the abrasion test shall be considered to have given a satisfactory result if the total light scatter after abrasion does not exceed 2 per cent after 1,000 cycles on the outer surface of the test sample and 4 per cent after 100 cycles on the inner surface of the test sample. 6.1.3.2. In the case of glazing of class M, the abrasion test shall be considered to have given a satisfactory result if the total light scatter after abrasion does not exceed 10 per cent after 500 cycles on the outer surface of the test sample and 4 per cent after 100 cycles on the inner surface of the test sample.” (...) Exemptions In the case of plastic safety glazings, the provisions related to abrasion resistance as referred in paragraphs 4.2.2.2. and 4.2.3.2.
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Score: 1146918.75 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.29/2002/64&Lang=E
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AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE ADOPTION OF UNIFORM TECHNICAL PRESCRIPTIONS FOR WHEELED VEHICLES, EQUIPMENT AND PARTS... REGULATION NO. 22, UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF PROTECTIVE HELMETS AND THEIR VISORS FOR DRIVERS AND PASSENGERS OF MOTOR CYCLES AND MOPEDS
Measurements The following reading shall be taken: Reading With sample With central Quantity (T) part of D represented2 T no no Incident flux in1 initial reading T yes no Flux transmitted2 (before by the new material abrasion) T no yes Incident light flux30 with central part of D2 T yes yes Flux diffused by31 (before the new material abrasion) T yes yes Flux diffused by4 (after the abraded abrasion) material 2.3. (...) The light diffusion before abrasion is given by: DB = (T - T ) x 100/T31 30 2 2.3.3. The light diffusion after abrasion is given by: DA = (T /T ) x 1004 2 Note: Markings DA and DB correspond to paragraph 1.3. of this annex." _________
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Score: 1146583.4 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...PEN&DS=E/ECE/324/REV.1/&LANG=E
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PROPOSAL FOR AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 43 (SAFETY GLAZING)
Abrading instrument 2 shown …… Figure 4 Diagram of abrading instrument Two weighted parallel arms each carrying a special abrasive wheel freely rotating on a ball-bearing horizontal spindle; each wheel rests on the test specimen under the pressure exerted by a mass of 500 g. (...) Wheels shall be placed evenly on the specimen in their full width so that the abrasion is nearly the same within the full width of the abraded area. Abraded particles shall be sucked away during the test so that they do not influence abrasion. The turntable of the abrading instrument shall ……" II.
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Score: 1143382.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRSG/2015/22&Lang=E
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REGULATION NO. 43, SAFETY GLAZING : PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 43 / SUBMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM GERMANY
Test of resistance to abrasion 6.1.1. Indices of difficulty and test method The requirements of Annex 3, paragraph 4 shall apply; the test is performed for 1000 cycles to measure abrasion of the surface of the product. 6.1.2. (...) Interpretation of results The safety glass pane shall be considered satisfactory with respect to abrasion resistance if the light scatter as a result of abrasion of the test piece does not exceed 2 per cent. 6.1.4. (...) Test of resistance to abrasion in accordance with the requirements of Annex 17, paragraph 6.1 2.11.4.
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Score: 1143337.1 - h?ttp://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2009/8&Lang=E
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