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15. ISO Activities Report 15.1 ISO 15998

René Kampmeier

15.1 ISO 15998 Background: ISO 15998 Earth-moving machinery -- Machine-control systems (MCS)

using electronic components -- Performance criteria and tests for functional safety Intent of ISO 15998 was to have a guide document for MCS of Earth Moving Machinery Project start 1997-08-29 voting on DIS starts 3 times submission of FDIS to ISO/CS on 2005-09-20 FDIS scope was improved by ISO/CS during editorial process from: ,,This international standard describes performance criteria and tests for functional safety and should be used as guidance....." to: ,,This international standard specifies performance criteria and tests for functional safety of safety-related machine-control systems....."

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15.1 ISO 15998 Background: based on ISO rules, FDIS 15998 has been cancelled automatically on 2006-04-18 as old project (time between registration date and FDIS-stage was 110 months) ISO/CS TPM has re-installed this project on 2006-04-18 as CD under a 24-month development track Actions: ISO/TC 127/SC3/WG2 meeting was scheduled for 2007-07-03 at BGIA, Sankt Augustin, Germany to solve the problems convener: Dr. Schäfer, BGIA

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15.1 ISO 15998 Results: WG 2 decided to handle ISO/FDIS 15998 as a requirement standard and not as a technical report (guideline document) document was checked for all ,,shalls" and ,,should" to proof the intention of a requirement standard extension of the scope, that ISO 13849-1 or IEC 62061 can be used as an alternative Draft annexes E and F (Guidelines for the use and application of ISO 15998 ) were considered as helpful information, NWIP (guideline document) will be prepared by US final text has been prepared by secretary and submitted to ISO/CS FDIS voting started 2008-01-17, voting terminates on 2008-03-17

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15.1 ISO 15998

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AGENDA ITEM:

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Preparation date: 2008-02-15 By: Dan Moss Page 1 of 1 Action Information

Title/issue:

ISO/TC 110/SC 4 Rough terrain trucks

Background:

For years, requirements for rough-terrain trucks (fork lifts) were blended with those for industrial trucks in ISO Standards 3691-1 and 3691-2. In 2006, a decision was made by ISO/TC 110 to form new ISO subcommittee (SC 4) to specifically cover variable-reach rough-terrain trucks. ISO/TC 110/SC 4 was approved and held it first plenary meeting in April 2007, in Paris. At that 3-day meeting, a scope of work was developed and 7 working groups were formed. It was also decided to expand the original scope to also include masted rough-terrain trucks. WG 1 was formed to develop the general and safety-related documents, WG 2 would cover user requirements, with other working groups for stability, visibility, work platforms, free-swinging applications and overturn indicators.

Current status:

ISO/TC 110/SC 4 and its Working Groups 1 & 2 held its second meeting last week in Paris to review preliminary drafts for safety and user requirements. Eric Ramsey, Steve Neva and Dan Moss participated in the meetings. An item of note is that due to the rejection by ISO/TC 110 to accept the revised scope, it was decided to "suspend" work on masted rough-terrain trucks until ISO 3691-1 is published, whereas a revision will begin to remove masted rough-terrain trucks from the ISO 3691-1 document. ISO 36911 is expected to be published later in 2008. - Next Working Group 1 and Working Group 2 meetings: September 2008 in Chicago or Milwaukee hosted by AEM. - Next plenary meeting: March 2009 in Paris.

Action to be taken:

None specifically. It is noted that a number of joint working groups have been formed with ISO/TC 110/SC 2 and JTLM members are asked to follow the work of these joint groups closely to ensure the needs of rough-terrain truck manufacturers are being met.

Annexes/Attachments:

None.

18th Joint Technical Liaison Meeting 15.2 ISO 11585 TS Machine Control Systems ­ Guideline to ISO 15998

5 ­ 7 March 2008 San Diego, CA

D. Gamble

First International Working Group Meeting

· · Stockholm on April 14-15, 2008 Working Group members ­ USA = D. Gamble, S. Neva, T. Haley, G. Austin, P. Merfeld, C. Rathman, D. Roley, E. Heck, M. Hadank, R. Weires, S. Vasicheck ­ Australia = W. Turner ­ France = A. Vecchia ­ Germany = W. Ruf, H. Beyer, R. Kampmeier ­ UK = A. Williams ­ Sweden = J. Bergsten ­ Japan = I. Nakano ­ Poland = A. Plewik Agenda ­ review draft proposal and establish general direction for WG Project Leader ­ D. Gamble & Document sponsor ­ R. Weires

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Concepts for WG meeting

· · Review preliminary document for discussion & outline content ISO TR 11585 based upon the following standards ­ ISO 15998 Machine control systems using electronic components ­ ISO 14121 Principles of risk assessment ­ ISO 13849-1 Safety related parts of control system - General principles for design ­ ISO TR 13849-100 Safety related parts of control system ­ Guidelines for the use and application of ISO 13849-1 ­ IEC 61508 Parts 1-7 Functional safety of electrical electronic programmable electronic safety-related systems ­ IEC 62061 Functional safety of safety-related electrical, electronic and programmable electronic control systems Use WG consensus process to establish industry position on acceptable designs for compliance with ISO 15998

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Overview Concept

· Limit scope to only safety-related electrical, electronic & programmable electronic control systems ­ SIL assessments & requirements for mechanical, hydraulic & other control systems are to be considered but beyond the scope Expand ISO 15998 Annex A ­ Guidance for risk assessment ­ Add more definition to risk parameters (i.e., Consequence (C ), Frequency & exposure time in hazardous zone (F), Possibility of avoiding hazardous event (P), & Probability of unwanted occurrence (W) ­ Add more machine forms & examples of risk assessments (i.e., ISO 15998 Table A.2) to develop a table of required SIL values ­ Hazard examples to include steering, braking, propel & operating

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Overview Concept

· Expand ISO 15998 Annex C ­ "List of well-tried components" ­ Provide listing of electrical components with theoretical SIL values established by industry consensus Provide relevant software development guidelines using IEC 61508 Provide illustrative example of documentation required to demonstrate compliance with ISO 15998

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Overview Concept

· Provide illustrative annex for applying ISO TR 11585 using a four wheel drive loader example ­ Include typical architectures for electrical controls (steering, braking, propelling & operating) ­ Apply FMEA of architectures (electrical components, systems and software) to assess the SIL achieved ­ Compare SIL achieved verses SIL required ­ redesign to achieve required SIL ­ Provide example redesign solutions to reduce SIL levels ­ Show example of typical compliance documentation for this example

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Questions

Do your FMEA include this hazard?

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15.3 Definition of Compact Machines

Steve Neva

Definition of Compact Machines

· Current ISO 6165 definition of compact machine ­ Earth-moving machinery, except for compact excavators, having an operating mass of 4 500 kg or less · Compact excavator has an operating mass of 6 000 kg or less Recent growth of market of skid steer loaders with dedicated tracks (compact track loaders) has resulted in need to increase the operating mass limit for these machines ­ Analysis of comparable wheeled skid steer loaders to compact track loader shows track loaders approximately 25% higher in operating mass due to additional mass of tracks and track frames

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Definition of Compact Machines

· EN 474 and 16 ISO/TC 127 standards refer to compact machines or compact loader or skid steer loader < 4 500 kg ­ 8-9 standards would need to be revised · For example: ISO 20474-1: Defines compact machine and provides exception in fore/aft and vertical seat adjustments requirements for compact machine

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Definition of Compact Machines

· Proposing to increase operating mass to 6 000 kg for compact track loaders ­ This would not change the entire category of compact machines but would only limit it to compact track loaders ­ ISO/DIS 7131 comment submission on compact loader definition · loader, with an operating mass of 4 500 kg or less for wheel loaders and 6 000 kg or less for crawler loaders, designed to work in confined spaces with the associated needs for greater manoeuvrability

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Preparation date: 2008-03-03 By: Steve Neva Page 1 of 1 Action Information

Title/issue:

Definition of Compact Machines

Background:

ISO 6165 and EN 474 limit size of compact machine to 6000 kg for compact excavators and 4500 kg for all other machines. Recent growth of market of skid steer loaders with dedicated tracks (compact track loaders) has resulted in the need to increase the operating mass limit for these machines. Analysis of comparable wheeled SSL to compact track loader shows that the compact track loaders are typically 25% higher in operating mass due to the additional mass of the tracks and the necessary track structure.

Current status:

At ISO/TC 127 plenary meeting will be recommending to increase the operating mass for compact track loaders to 6000 kg. This would not have any affect on the operating mass of other compact machines. A search of ISO/TC 127 standards shows that 8-9 standards are affected by this change although many more make reference to compact machines.

Action to be taken:

USA to submitted recommendation for change to ISO/TC 127.

Annexes/Attachments:

Compact Machine Presentation

18th Joint Technical Liaison Meeting 15.4 ISO 3450 "Braking" status

5 ­ 7 March 2008 San Diego, CA

D. Gamble - ISO 3450 PL

Results of January ISO 3450 WG Meeting · CD passed to DIS but PL elected to prepare 3rd CD due to number of comments · WG formed Ad Hoc team to determine how to proceed with the mining requirements in Annex A or new work item · Next WG meeting expected for mid September 2008 with exact date and location to be determine ­ WG meeting date dependent upon when Ad Hoc proposals received ­ June 1 announcement date for next WG meeting · WG members comprised of the following categories: ­ 19 Manufacturers; 1 Users; 2 Regulators; 1 Testing body

Results of January ISO 3450 WG Meeting · 3 Ad Hoc Team proposals due end of February ­ Mining Application with Chuck Crowell as PL & convener ­ Roller braking harmonization with Chuck Crowell as PL & convener ­ Brake slope capability based on user needs with Gregg Austin as PL & convener · TC127 Chair to contact ISO TC82 "Mining" & CEN TC196 "Machines for underground mines" for approval to include underground mining in scope of ISO 3450 ­ Pending ISO CS written approval of expanding scope of ISO 3450 to cover underground mining machines

Update on ISO 10265 "Crawler Braking" · ISO 10265 "Crawler braking" published in Feb 2008 · Summary ISO 10265 changes or clarifications ­ Crawler machines with travel speed > 20 km/hr governed by ISO 3450 criteria ­ 2nd brakes may be automatically applied without modulation ­ Requirements for failure of common component expanded but must still meet 2nd brake requirements ­ Note on manufacturer's brake slope capability to be within 170 to 450 slope ­ Analytical & component level verification permitted ­ Brake slope capacity shall be provided in manual or labels

18th Joint Technical Liaison Meeting 15.5 ISO 2867 Revision Status

5 ­ 7 March 2008 San Diego, CA

D. Gamble

Background of ISO 2867 Revisions

· Quarry Industry & UK HSE Partnership ­ Quarry National Joint Advisory Committee (QNJAC) Mobile Plant Working Party formed with UK HSE leadership ­ UK HSE serves as chair, secretary, & have 9 HSE members on QNJAC ­ Purpose: reduce risk of accidents with mobile plant via incorporating safety at design stage · UK HSE Objectives ­ Outlined in HSE presentation slide "A Way Forward" (inserted)

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Quarry & UK HSE Agenda

· Quarry Expectations ­ as outlined in QNJAC Guidance on HSE website ­ Visibility = 1 meter high by 1 meter away ­ Access = revision of ISO 2867 for quarry applications ­ Maintenance Activities = service platforms & tie off to access lights, windows, & mirrors; amber beacons; hatches w/power assist open & close; light to show seatbelt in use; operator noise reduce by 5 Dba ­ Fire protection = auto fire protection systems ­ Dump trucks ­ extra features = brake testing equipment fitted on truck; interlock on dump & travel speed; indicator for raised dump ­ Drill Rigs = improved maintenance access for mast

Examples of Quarry Industry Concepts

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Unacceptable access & service on tracks

·Distance between handholds ·Track serves as walkway ·No service platform ·No stairs ·Wrong step height ·Comply with current ISO 2867??

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Examples of unacceptable steps

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Unacceptable forestry access systems

·Current production machines ·Forcing forestry industry to write separate ISO access/egress standard

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Challenges

· Quarry & UK HSE agenda for other changes ­ Visibility ­ Maintenance requirements ­ Fire protection ­ Operator noise reduction ­ Beacon for seat belt in use · Proposed revisions will require redesign of access systems for entire industry · Published date of revised ISO 2867 should be on or before 2010 · Tier IV & Stage 3b starts in 2010 · What about design resources?

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Proposals to Working Group · Use the regional requirement concepts of ISO 20427 · Have general criteria in the standard with special requirements in application annexes ­ Quarry Annex ­ Purpose-built Forestry Annex ­ Underground Mining Annex · Expand Working Group to include experts from the various applications

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AGENDA ITEM: 15.6

Preparation date: 25 Feb 2008 By: Kenzo Tanaka Page 1 of 1

Action Information

Title:Revision of ISO 12117 (Excavator ROPS standardization)

Background and Issue Status: Excavator ROPS standards was prepared to line up with the following 3 parts. Part 1 : TOPS for compact excavators ( with a mass of 1,000 kg to 6,000kg) Part 2 : ROPS for excavators with a mass of 6,000 kg to 50,000 kg Part 3 : ROPS for forestry machines with rotating upper structures There was a strong request of harmonizing part 2 and part 3. Especially because there exists cross-over excavator which can be used as earthmoving excavator and forestry machine. WG met in Sep. 2007 and agreed: - Cross-over excavators will be addressed in Part 2. - Purpose built self-propelled forestry machinery having a rotating platform with a cab and boom on the platform should be addressed by ISO/TC 23/SC 15. Current status: Part 1: To be kept as it is with the current ISO 12117 (TOPS for compact excavators) Part 2: FDIS has been sent to SC2 secretary to proceed to final voting. Part 3: The work has been stopped. Purpose built forestry machines shall be dealt within ISO/TC 23.

Actions to be taken:

Further harmonization between Part 1 and Part 2 expected after passing the FDIS of Part 2.

Annexes/Attachments (if any):

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AGENDA ITEM: 15.7

Preparation date: 31 Jan 2008 By: Yoshie IDEURA Page 1 of 1

Title: Revision of ISO9533 ­ Backup alarm

Background and Issue Status:

ISO9533 is now under revision work.

Action Information

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The major point is to add the test method and criteria for self- adjusting sound level alarm. It automatically varies sound level by comparing the ambient sound level measured by the alarm. Now machine manufactures receive many complaints that backup alarm is so noisy, especially at city area or snow wiping in the early morning. Therefore using self-adjusting sound level alarm is very effective to make machine noise at work sites quieter. However, additional 3 test points, 8, 10 and 11 for travel warning alarm were proposed in CD (See figure). The travel warning alarm is for machines that have rotating upper structures, like excavators.

Current status:

CD voting was closed with many comments in December. For example, USA commented that "Only 4 points, 5, 8, 10 and 11 are enough." It is a good proposal so that testing time will be shorter. However, satisfying these 4 points may make alarm much louder. The working group will have a meeting on 16 & 17th of April.

Actions to be taken:

More manufactures are welcome to join in the next meeting or send comments to the working group, whether these additional test points are really needed. Including these points in the testing, excavators' warning alarm will be much louder than ever, against one of the purposes of this revision, reducing sound from warning alarms.

Proposed JTLM Action:

Introduce this issue to member companies.

15.8 JTLM New ISO/TC 127 Standards Projects

Dan Roley March 5/7, 2008

New ISO/TC 127 Standards Projects

· Energy Use Test methods · Sustainability/Life Cycle Assessment · Electric Drive and Hybrid Machines ­ General safety Requirements · Nonmetallic ROPS · Roading Standard · Discussion of ISO 3457 for Hot Temperatures with Tier 4 and Stage 4

Energy Use Test methods

· Define Test Courses/Methods to Quantify Fuel Consumption for Different Types of Machines and Applications · Some Challenges Will Include: ­ Repeatability of Test Method ­ Accuracy of Measuring Fuel Consumption ­ Evaluating System Influences: Controls, Linkage, Cutting Edge, Power Train, etc. · First WG Meeting Will Be March 27/28, 2008

Sustainability/Life Cycle Assessment

· Many Customers Are Asking for Sustainability/Life Cycle Assessment Data for Earthmoving Machines · A PNWI Was Approved to Start a New Standard Project · The First WG Meeting Will Be March 26/27, 2008 in Geneva · First Task Will Be To Establish Priorities

Sustainability/Life Cycle Assessment

· The General Areas to Cover in the Standard Are: ­ Terminology and Definitions ­ Process for Addressing Sustainability ­ Test Methods ­ Generic Document Format to Present Data ­ Performance Criteria

Sustainability/Life Cycle Assessment

· Potential Areas of Sustainability: ­ Energy Consumption ­ Emissions, After Treatment ­ Bio Fuels and Oils ­ Greenhouse Gas ­ Noise (Spectator) ­ Noise (Operator) ­ Safety ­ Manufacturing and Remanufacturing ­ Dismantling and Recycling ­ Hazardous Materials ­ Maintenance

Electric Drive and Hybrid Machines ­ General safety Requirements

· Higher Voltage Systems Are Being Developed for Earthmoving Machines · The New Standard Would Cover the Risks From These Systems For Operators and Service People · Gregg Austin Is the Project Leader

Nonmetallic ROPS

· Experts Have Proposed Methods to Handle Cold Temperature Capability · PNWIP Approved to Develop Standard · Still Some Concern About Covering the Whole Temperature Range

Roading Standard

· An EN Roading Standard Is Being Developed to Try to Harmonize EU Roading Requirements · An ISO/TC 127 PNWI Was Approved to Harmonize Global Roading Requirements · A WD Was Based on the EN Standard, But No Progress Has Been Made in the Last 2 Years · Need to Restart the ISO Roading Standard

Discussion of ISO 3457 for Hot Temperatures with Tier 4/Stage 4

· Machine Temperatures May Increase With Tier 4 and Stage 4 Emission Requirements · Are New Guarding/sheilding Requirements Needed to Address the Higher Temperatures? · Should Iso 3457 Be Updated? · Discussion?

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AGENDA ITEM: 15.8

Preparation date: 31 Jan 08 By: Kazuyuki Saki Page 1 of 3

Action Information

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Title:ISO/DIS 7135 EMM-Hydraulic Excavator-Teminology and commercial specifications Additional Items

Background and Issue Status:

Many excavator makers have extra long reach equipment application, extra long front equipment demolition application, telescopic arm, separate boom and minimal swing radius, minimal tail radius excavator. Then these commercial specifications necessary to be added to ISO/DIS 7135.

Current status:

extra long reach equipment application application of hydraulic excavator being equipped with extra long reach equipment Definition : Extra long reach equipment application includes followings.- Extra long front equipment application consisting of an extra long boom and an extra long arm with lighter duty bucket for extra wide working range purpose. Example Manufacturer Weight Maximum Reach Application A company 7ton class 10,650mm River Dredging, Cleaning, Repair Work, Light duty B company 13.5ton class 12,310mm River Dredging, Light duty B company 20ton class 12,850mm, 15,820mm River Dredging, Light duty B company 23ton class 15,560mm, 18,510mm River Dredging, Light duty C company 20ton class 15,520mm, 18,000mm River Dredging, Slope finishing, Light duty C company 23ton class 18,190mm, 20,000mm River Dredging, Slope finishing, Light duty C company 27ton class 18,190mm River Dredging, Slope finishing, Light duty

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Manufacturer Weight C company 33ton class C company 45ton class D company 12ton class D company 20ton class D company 24ton class E company 20ton class

Maximum Reach 18,190mm 20,000mm 14,210mm 15,600mm 18,370mm 17,504mm

Application River Dredging, Slope finishing, Light duty River Dredging, Slope finishing, Light duty River Dredging, Slope finishing, Light duty River Dredging, Slope finishing, Light duty River Dredging, Slope finishing, Light duty Wide working range

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Extra long front equipment demolition application consisting of an extra long boom (multi booms), extra long arm and demolition attachment.

Two Piece Boom (Separate boom)

Telescopic arm

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Attachment

Swing Center

Crawler Width (Undercarriage Width)

Crawler Width (Undercarriage Width)

Front Min. Swing Radius Tail Swing Radius

Front Min. Swing Radius Tail Swing Radius

minimal tail-swing radius excavator : MTRX minimal swing radius excavator : MSRX

Terminology

Minimal Tail-swing radius Excavator and Minimal Swing Radius Excavator Minimal Tail-swing radius Excavator

Tail swing radius ratio is less than 120% for keeping rear side safety at swing operation and front minimum radius ratio is over than 120 120 120%.(Tail swing radius ratio=2*Tail swing radius/Crawler width) (Front min. radius ratio=2*front min. radius/Crawler width)

Minimal Swing Radius Excavator

Tail swing radius ratio and front minimum radius ratio are less than 120% for tight working sight job. 120

JIS AJIS A 8304-4 and ISO 6165: 8308 , JIS A8308JIS A8340-4 2006

Minimal swing radius excavator : MSRX 120% Excavator designed for operation in a confined space, having an upper structure with a short swinging radius and with its equipment and attachment swinging within 120% of the width of the undercarriage.

Actions to be taken:

Propose to ISO TC127 SC4.of attachment specifications addition and MTRX(Minimal Tail Radius Excavator).

Proposed JTLM Action: None

ISO/DIS 7135-Hydraulic excavatorsTerminology and commercial specifications

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ISO/DIS 7135-Hydraulic excavatorsTerminology and commercial specifications

Extra long reach equipment application Application of hydraulic excavator being equipped with extra long reach equipment NOTE Extra long reach equipment application includes followings. - Extra long front equipment application consisting of an extra long boom and an extra long arm with lighter duty bucket for extra wide working range purpose

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ISO/DIS 7135-Hydraulic excavatorsTerminology and commercial specifications

- Extra long front equipment demolition application consisting of an extra long boom (multi booms), extra long arm and demolition

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ISO/DIS 7135-Hydraulic excavatorsTerminology and commercial specifications

Two Piece Boom (Separate boom Telescopic arm

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ISO/DIS 7135-Hydraulic excavatorsTerminology and commercial specifications

Minimal tail-swing radius and minimal swing radius excavator

Minimal tail-swing radius excavator

Attachment

Minimal Tail-swing Radius Excavator : MTRX Tail swing radius ratio is less than 120% for keeping rear side safety at swing operation and front minimum radius ratio is over than 120%.(Tail-swing radius ratio=2*Tail-swing radius/Crawler width) (Front min. radius ratio=2*front min. radius/Crawler width) Minimal Swing Radius Excavator Tail swing radius ratio and front minimum radius ratio are less than 120% for tight working sight job. JIS A 8308 , JIS A 8304-4 and ISO 6165:2006 Minimal swing radius excavator : MSRX Excavator designed for operation in a confined space, having an upper structure with a short swinging radius and with its equipment and attachment swinging within 120% of the width of the undercarriage.

Minimal swing radius excavator

Swing center

Crawler Width (Undercarriage width)

Crawler width (undercarriage width)

Front min. swing radius Tail swing radius Front min. swing radius Tail swing radius

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AGENDA ITEM: 15.9

Preparation date: 24 Feb 2008 By: JCMA Page 1 of 3

Action Information

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Title: ISO/TC 195 Building construction machinery and equipment

Background and Issue Status:

ISO/TC 195 "Building construction machinery and equipment" has become active and construction machinery industry is felt necessary to watch and participate this TC (also with its SC 1) more deeply.

Current status:

1) ISO/TC 195 and its WGs also TC 195/SC 1 meetings were held in Korea, last year. 2) TC 195 plenary (with its WGs also SC 1) will be held in Chicago, USA, this April.

Actions to be taken:

none

Annex:

TC 195 Current structure, publications and work items are as follows: Secretary: Mr. A. Rozbiewski Chairperson: Mr Eugeniusz Budny (Poland) until end 2010 Scope: Standardization in the field of machines and equipment used on construction sites, including aggregate processing, road construction and maintenance equipment concerning nomenclature, application, classification, ratings, technical requirements and test methods, safety requirements, operation and maintenance manuals formats Excluded: standardization of earth-moving machinery (dealt with by ISO / TC 127), cranes (dealt with by ISO / TC 96) and elevating work platforms (dealt with by ISO / TC 214). Participating countries: 14 Observing countries: 18 ISO committees in liaison: ISO TC 43, TC 43/SC 1, TC 96, TC 108, TC 110/SC 4, TC 118, TC 127, TC 127/SC 3, TC 199, TC 214 Organizations in liaison: CECE Subcommittees/Working Groups: TC 195/WG 5 Road construction and maintenance equipment - Terminology and commercial specifications The convener can be reached through: DIN

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TC 195/WG 6 Hand-held machinery and equipment The convener can be reached through: DIN TC 195/WG 7 Pedestrian controlled compaction equipment The convener can be reached through: ANSI TC 195/WG 8 Aggregate processing The convener can be reached through: JISC TC 195/SC 1 Machinery and equipment for concrete work Standards (including another ISO deliverable) ISO 11375:1998 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Terms and definitions ISO 11886:2002 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Pile driving and extracting equipment -- Terminology and commercial specifications ISO/TR 12603:1996 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Classification ISO 15642:2003 Road construction and maintenance equipment -- Asphalt mixing plants -Terminology and commercial specifications ISO 15643:2002 Road construction and maintenance equipment -- Bituminous binder spreaders/sprayers -- Terminology and commercial specifications ISO 15644:2002 Road construction and maintenance equipment -- Chippings spreaders -Terminology and commercial specifications ISO 15645:2002 Road construction and maintenance equipment -- Road milling machinery -- Terminology and commercial specifications ISO 15688:2003 Road construction and maintenance equipment -- Soil stabilizers -Terminology and commercial specifications ISO 15689:2003 Road construction and maintenance equipment -- Powder binder spreaders -- Terminology and commercial specifications ISO 16039:2004 Road construction and maintenance equipment -- Slipform pavers -Definitions and commercial specifications ISO 18650-1:2004 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Concrete mixers -Part 1: Vocabulary and general specifications ISO 18650-2:2006 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Concrete mixers -Part 2: Procedure for examination of mixing efficiency ISO 18652:2005 Building construction machinery and equipment -- External vibrators for concrete ISO 19432:2006 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Portable, hand-held, internal combustion engine driven cut-off machines -- Safety requirements and testing ISO 21573-1:2006 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Concrete pumps -Part 1: Terminology and commercial specifications ISO 21592:2006 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Concrete spraying machines -- Terminology and commercial

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ISO 22242:2005 Road construction and road maintenance machinery and equipment -Basic types -- Identification and description Projects, stage (Under TC 195 and its direct WGs) IISO/NP 12603 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Classification 10.20 ISO 15878 Road construction and maintenance equipment -- Asphalt pavers -Terminology and commercial specifications 60.00 ISO/PRF 19433 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Pedestrian-controlled vibratory plates -- Terminology and commercial specifications 50.20 ISO/PRF 19452 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Pedestrian-controlled vibratory (percussion) rammers -- Terminology and commercial specifications 50.20 ISO/FDIS 21873-1 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Mobile crushers -- Part 1: Terminology and commercial specifications 50.00 ISO/CD 21873-2 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Mobile concrete crushers -- Part 2: Safety requirements 30.60 (Under SC 1) ISO/DIS 18651.4 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Internal vibrators for concrete 40.98 ISO/CD 18651 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Internal vibrators for concrete 30.00 ISO/FDIS 21573-2 Building construction machinery and equipment -- Concrete pumps -- Part 2: Procedure for examination of technical parameters 50.00

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AGENDA ITEM:

Preparation date: 2/28/2008 By: Michael Pankonin Page 1 of 3 Action Information

Title/issue:

ISO/TC 23/SC 15 Machinery for Forestry

Background:

ISO TC23 SC 15 US TAG, Chaired by Dave Gamble from Deere and Company, meets jointly with SAE MTC SC4 Forestry and Logging. This committee meets twice annually, general late fall and early spring. The most recent meeting was held Wednesday, February 20th, 2007 in Eugene Oregon. There are currently 14 Standards with 4 additional standards being developed under the direct responsibility of the TC 23/15 secretariat.

Current status:

Following are several Draft resolutions and their status as taken from Dave Gamble's report: No 210/2007 ­ Revision of ISO 6814:2000 Machinery for forestry ­ Mobile and self-propelled machinery ­ Terms, definitions and classification, doc. 23/15 N 381, 390REV SC 15 decided to submit doc. 23/15 N 381 as amended according to the meeting decisions to be registered by ISO/CS as a DIS by 2007-12-31. Status: DIS has not yet been circulated. No 211/2007 ­ ISO/WD xxxxx Saw chain whiplash guarding system ­ Test method and performance requirements, doc. 23/15 N 382, 391 SC 15 decided to have a new working draft with title Machinery for forestry ­ Saw chain shot guarding systems ­ Test method and performance criteria to be drafted by the project leader according to the meeting decisions to be circulated to SC 15 by 2008-04-01 as a WD for their comments and approval as a CD by 2008-07-01. Timeframe to be 3 years. The project leader is Mr. Frisk of Sweden and the item to be registered by ISO/CS before the circulation. Status: Waiting for the WD. No 212/2007 ­ ISO/CD xxxxx Test method for classification of panel material of the operator's enclosure for thrown objects, doc. 23/15 N 385REV SC 15 decided to have a CD titled Machinery for forestry ­ Glazing and panel material of the operator's enclosure against thrown objects ­ Test method and performance criteria be drafted based on the meeting decisions and be edited into ISO format by the project leader and SC 15 secretariat and be circulated by 2008-02-01 to SC 15 for their comments and approval as a DIS by 2008-05-01. Timeframe to be 3 years. The project leader is Mr. Rummer of USA and the item to be registered by ISO/CS before the circulation. Status: CD is to be submitted by Feb 1 from US PL (B. Rummer)

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No 213/2007 ­ Revision of ISO 11850:2003 Machinery for forestry ­ Self-propelled machinery ­ Safety requirements, doc. 23/15 N 383, 383Result, 387REV, Auburn 2007-N1 ­ and proposal to develop a common EN-ISO standard SC 15 decided to start revision of ISO 11850. A new document will be drafted by the project leader including the items of revision as given in doc. N 383, 383Result and N 387REV. to be circulated to SC 15 by 2008-04-01 for SC 15 comments by 2008-07-01. The item will be kept on preliminary stage until the respective decision is taken by CEN/TC 144, see below. The project leader will be Mr. Thesslin of Sweden and the timeframe will be 3 years. This revision will be proposed to CEN to be developed into a common EN-ISO standard revising EN 14861:2004 Forestry machinery ­ Self-propelled machinery ­ Safety requirements, according to the Vienna Agreement under ISO lead. Status: Waiting for draft due April 1. US position is to have backup alarms as standard requirement. US position on the Noise in the operator's cab. US position is to propose that a separate std be prepared to address noise within EN or ISO. US proposals: 1. Update to list ISO 2867:2006 Access & egress systems 2. Update to list ISO 15998:2008 Complex electrical control systems 3. Update to give the ROPS requirements for swing machines 4. Update to require backup alarms on forestry machines 5. Review requirement for front & rear retrieval devices 6. Update to require ISO 13776 EMC requirements 7. Review requirement for defrosting No 214/2007 ­ ROPS for forestry machinery having a cab and boom on a rotating platform, doc. 23/15 N 380, 384Rev, 393 Noting the result of the previous meeting of the JWG TC 23/SC 15 ­ TC 127/SC 2 to discontinue the development of CD 12117-3, ref. to doc. 23/15 N380, SC 15 decided to have the proposal in document 23/15 N 380 to be revised according to the meeting decisions and be submitted to NPquestionnaire to be developed as part 2 of ISO 8082 with title Self-propelled machinery for forestry Laboratory tests and performance requirements for roll-over protective structures ­ Part 2: Machines having a rotating platform with a cab and boom on the platform. The NP to be circulated by 2008-0201 to SC 15 for approval and comments with a recommendation to adopt the proposal as a CD. The project leader is Mr. Gamble of USA. The timeframe will be 3 years. Subject to confirmation of the temporary draft memorandum from the JWG-meeting, ref. to doc. 23/15 N393. Status: Review NWIP and draft CD at the meeting. Ken Lindblom recommendations. Keep consistent with ISO 12117-2. Ken showed ISO 8082 edited to show it as Part 2. Old loading sequence: lateral, vertical, longitudinal New loading sequence: lateral, longitudinal or vertical (keep sequence as ISO 12117-2). · ISO 8082 Part 2 = ISO 12117 Part 3 · Forestry Risers = ISO 12117 Part 2 Annex for fixed risers · US Proposal is for ISO 8082 Part 2 as fast track of ISO 12117 Part 3

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No 215/2007 ­ Additional symbols for forestry machinery, doc. 23/15 N 386, 394 SC 15 agreed to support the principle of the alternative proposed by Sweden to be used instead of symbols 19.1 and 19.2 in ISO 3767-4 DAM 2 and to inform SC 14 accordingly. Status: No 216 /2007 ­ Safety of control systems, doc. 23/15 N 396 SC 15 decided to support ISO/TC 23/SC 19/WG 6 decision that forestry machinery according to ISO 6814 should not be included in the scope of ISO/CD 25119-series. Furthermore SC 15 agreed that the requirements for the safety of control systems shall be dealt with in the revision of ISO 11850. Status: no additional action No 217/2007 ­ Systematic review of ISO 17591 Machinery for forestry ­ Knuckle-boom log loaders ­ Identification terminology, classification and component nomenclature SC 15 meeting agreed to recommend that its member bodies vote for reconfirmation of ISO 17591 in its systematic review closing on 2008-03-17. Status: US vote due March 17.

Action to be taken:

Informational only. No action by this group.

Annexes/Attachments:

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