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Powered industrial trucks - Visibility-test methods and verification - Part 8: Stand-on counterbalance trucks up to and including 10 000 kg capacity
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This document specifies the requirements and test procedures for 360° visibility of stand-on counterbalance trucks with a capacity up to and including 10 000 kg in accordance with ISO 5053 1 (herein after referred to as trucks) without a load and it is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 16842-1. Where specific requirements in this document are modified from the general requirements in EN 16842 1, the requirements of this document are truck-specific and are to be used for stand-on counterbalance trucks with a capacity up to, and including, 10 000 kg. This part of EN 16842 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events, relevant to the visibility of the operator for applicable machines when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.


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Technical Committee :
CEN/TC 150 : Industrial Trucks - Safety


start of the vote on the project    26/09/2019   date of ratification (dor)    27/05/2021
end of the vote on the project    19/12/2019   date of anouncement (doa)    27/10/2021
start of the vote on the final project    02/03/2021   date of publication (dop)    27/01/2022
end of the vote on the final project    27/04/2021   date of withdrawal (dow)    27/01/2022

Publication Official Journal
of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg

International Classification for Standards (ICS codes) :

53.060 : Industrial trucks


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