IEC. Edition Hand-held motor-operated electric tools –. Safety –. Part 1: General requirements. Outils électroportatifs à moteur –. Sécurité . 1 Scope. This part of IEC deals with the safety of hand-held motor- operated or magnetically driven electric tools, the rated voltage of the tools being not. IEC Ed. b Hand-held motor-operated electric tools – Safety – Part 1: General requirements. Deals with the safety of hand-held motor-operated .
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This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC Particular requirements for tappers “Deals with the safety of tools which the rated voltage is not more than V for single-phase a.
IEC Hand Held Motor Operated Electric Tools
Proceed to Checkout Continue Shopping. Back to Machine Tool Standards Home. These machines are intended to cut materials such as metals, concrete, masonry, glass and tile. Supplements or modifies the corresponding clauses of IEC This consolidated version consists of the second edition and its amendment 1 This part 2 is to be used in conjunction with the latest edition of IEC and its amendments. 06745 are covered by IEC Supplements or modifies the corresponding clauses of IEC Applies to spray guns used for spraying non-flammable liquids which incorporate the motor in the hand-held unit.
IEC 60745 Hand Held Motor Operated Electric Tools
General requirements Deals with ief safety of hand-held motor-operated or magnetically driven electric tools, the rated voltage of the tools being not more than V for single-phase a. Starting with general requirements and moving through the particular requirements for a variety of specific hand-held tools, the series addresses their safety in the face of common hazards and their reasonably foreseeable misuse.
Does not apply to chain saws for tree service as defined in ISOpole cutters and pruners.
This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published inof which it constitutes a technical eic. It was established on the basis of the fourth edition of that standard.
This standard does not apply to: Particular requirements for hammers “Deals with the safety of hand-held motor-operated or magnetically driven tools, specifically hammers. This standard does not apply to saws used with abrasive wheels.
Particular requirements for concrete vibrators “Deals with the safety of hand-held motor-operated or magnetically driven tools, specific requirements for concrete vibrators.
Requirements for motors not isolated from the supply, and having basic insulation not designed for the rated voltage of the tools, are given in Annex b. They should also comply with relevant parts of IEC Particular requirements for hedge trimmers “IEC Tools with an electric heating element are within the scope of this standard. Requirements for such supports or working stands are given in Annex m. Particular requirements for sanders and polishers other than disk type “Applies to sanders with the exception of all types of disc-type sanders, which are covered by IEC This consolidated version consists of the second editionits amendment 1 and its amendment 2 This standard does not apply to grinders, sanders, or polishers, even if they can be converted to a cut-off machine, which are covered by IECcircular saws which are covered by IEC The IEC series of machine tool safety standards focuses on the particulars surrounding hand-held motor-operated electric tools.
This standard is also available to be included in Standards Subscriptions. Particular requirements for grinders, polishers and disk-type sanders IEC Particular requirements for chain saws “IEC Particular requirements for cut-off machines “IEC Die grinders, rotary tools, grinding, sanding.
Those tools are covered by IEC Particular requirements for spray guns for non-flammable liquids Applies to spray guns used for spraying non-flammable liquids which incorporate the motor in the hand-held unit.
The rated voltage being not more than V for single-phase a. This standard does not apply to straight and vertical grinders utilizing flanges for driving an abrasive accessory. Does not apply to random-orbit polishers and random-orbit sanders. This standard is not applicable to hedge trimmers with a rotating blade. Particular requirements for strapping tools “Deals with the safety of tools which the rated voltage is not more than V for single-phase a.
Particular 60475 for jointers “IEC Subscription pricing is determined by: Tools covered include but are not limited to belt sanders, reciprocating sanders or polishers, orbital sanders or polishers, and random orbit sanders or polishers. For hand-held tools intended to be used in tropical countries, special requirements may be necessary. This consolidated version consists of the second editionits amendments 1 and 2