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ISO 13992:2014 pdf free.Alpine touring ski-bindings一Requirements and test methods
Field tests are an important complement to laboratory tests. Since evaluation of the following procedure is to a degree, subjective results should not form the basis for acceptance or rejection of a given binding.However, comments from this test procedure should be attached to laboratory test results, and should be considered by the manufacturer.
The quasi-static test method does not allow a prediction of the dynamic behaviour of the binding in all circumstances but it does represent an appropriate means of evaluation of this behaviour.
Carry out the tests with a wet test sole on one of the new bindings remaining from the set of six bindings (see 6.2.2), at two values of the longitudinal compression of the sole: normal and increased. The “increased” value is obtained by reducing the length between the clamping elements by 1 mm.
The bindings are tested by four skiers, usually only in winter conditions, on several difficult runs with a total vertical drop of at least 5 000 m. For the evaluation of the advancing function, a climb of at least 1 000 m is required. Each of the five points described in 6.6.3 (four if the design in question does not allow touring) are graded on the basis of the following scale.
A quasi-static torsion moment diagram is recorded for each repetition of the test.For all practical tests, the bindings are adjusted according to ISO 8061, on values located in the mid-range between the lower and upper limit, individually for each skier. If the binding has a coupled setting (only one setting screw or feature for adjusting torsion and forward lean), one of both release values will be set according to ISO 8061, mid-range. The other release value should be equal to or lower than the value indicated by ISO 8061.
The setting in the other release directions (if foreseen) will be carried out according to the manufacturer’s instructions, with the condition that the release values in torsion and forward lean remain equal to or lower than the values indicated by ISO 8061, mid-range (case of the coupled setting).With these settings, the binding should allow skiing with avery restricted number of inadvertent releases.ISO 13992 pdf free download.

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