CEN ISO/TS 15011-6:2012

Health and safety in welding and allied processes - Laboratory method for sampling fume and gases - Part 6: Procedure for quantitative determination of fume and gases from resistance spot welding (ISO/TS 15011-6:2012)

Publication date:   Jan 22, 2013

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60.60 Standard published   Jul 15, 2012

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CEN/TC 121 Welding and allied processes

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13.100   Occupational safety. Industrial hygiene | 25.160.10   Welding processes

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ISO/TS 15011-6:2012 provides guidance on determination of emission rates of fume and gases generated by spot welding of uncoated and coated steel sheets, expressed as the quantity of pollutants per spot weld. It describes the test principle and considers methods for sampling and analysis.
ISO/TS 15011-6:2012 can be used for determining the influence of the type of material, the coating system, and the material thickness on the possible generation of fume and gases when using a fixed combination of electrodes, welding equipment, and testing conditions.
The data generated can be used by product manufacturers to provide information for inclusion in safety data sheets and by occupational hygienists to evaluate the significant substances emitted by spot welding in the performance of risk assessments and/or workplace exposure measurements.

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CEN ISO/TS 15011-6:2012
60.60 Standard published
Jul 15, 2012

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CEN ISO/TS 15011-6:2012/AC:2012