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ISO 13992-2014 pdf free download

ISO 13992-2014 pdf free download.Alpine touring ski-bindings — Requirements and test methods
Fixations pour le ski alpin de randonnée — Exigences et méthodes dessai. In the downhill position, the binding shall release at least in two cases:
— when applying a torque M about an axis perpendicular to the ski gliding surface;
— when applying a torque M about an axis parallel to the ski surface and perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the ski.
The binding is said to release when the mentioned torque reaches a maximum value (release value) and then drops to a value that is harmless for the skier. After release, all the loads applied by the ski and the boot on the leg shall remain under the dangerous level for all possible movements, and until all the risks associated with the coupling boot-ski have disappeared.
In the advancing position, the binding shall release in the same cases as before if its maximum angular displacement is less than 45°. For bindings allowing a greater angular displacement, the requirement for release is optional. The release level shall be clearly indicated by a scale covering all of the setting range anticipated by the manufacturer. The release shall still be possible at the upper limit (maximum setting). Settings above Z= 10 shall be clearly differentiated froni settings below Z= 10 on the indicator scale. Each procedure of adjustment to the boot having an influence on the binding functioning shall be verifiable by the use of a clear indicator, or by any other means considered suitable by the operator for showing the correct adjustment. The binding shall be equipped with a ski-brake or allow for an easy and secure attachment of a leash. The ski-brake and the attachment for the leash shall be according to ISO 11087. The design of the ski-brake or the leash shall be such that, after release, no unnecessary danger will occur to the skier. The binding shall have an external design which does not have a negative influence on skiing or cause unnecessary risk of injuries when used normally.
6.1.2 Handling Mounting instructions
The manufacturer or the importer shall deliver mounting instructions that are easily understood to the sports shop. These instructions shall include at least
a) the mechanical procedure for adjusting the release values of the binding,
b) recommendations for determining the appropriate release values for the skier.ISO 13992-2014 pdf free download.

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