ISO 6005:1991 pdf download – Alpine skis – Ski binding screws – Test methods

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ISO 6005:1991 pdf download – Alpine skis – Ski binding screws – Test methods.
1 Scope This International Standard specifes test methods for screws used for fastening ski bindings to alpine skis. Acceptance criteria are specified in Iso 6004. The results of these test methods characterize only the properties of the binding screw and give no information about the actual mounting and fastening characteristics of different ski models. A test method for these characteristics is specified in ISO 8364. 2 Normative references The following standards contain provisions which, through reference in this text, constitute provisions of this International Standard. At the time of publi- cation, the editions indicated were valid. AlI stan- dards are subject to revision, and parties to agreements based on this International Standard are encouraged to investigate the possibility of ap- plying the most recent editions of the standards in- dicated below. Members of IEC and ISO maintain registers of currently valid International Standards. ISO 1302: 1991), Technical drawings – Method of in- dicating surface texture. ISO 2632-1:1985, Roughness comparison specimens – Part 1: Turned, ground, bored, milled, shaped and planed. ISO 3506:1979,Corrosion-resistant stainless steel fasteners – Specifications. ISO 6004:1991, Alpine skis – Ski binding screws – Requirements.
3 Definitions For the purposes of this International Standard, the definitions given in ISO 6004 apply. 4 Apparatus 4.1 Fixation for ductility test The assembly shall be made in a manner which does not damage the screw threads; at least two complele threads shall overlop lhe assembly. 4.2 Test assembly For the purpose of this test, it is necessary to pre- pare test assemblies representative of material configurations commonly used in ski construction and having dimensions similar to those of a cross- scction of the binding mounting area of an alpine ski.
5.5.2 Use the pull-out apparatus described in 4.4 (see figure 4), which allows the introduction of the screw perpendicular to the surface of the test as- sembly to a penetration depth of 8 mm土0,5 mm, and an axial load of the screw perpendicular to the surface of the test assembly during the pull-out test. Use a maximum tightening torque of 4 N-m. Position the test assembly such that the test screw is equidistant from the support rolls. 5.5.3 Apply a load at a rate of 20 mm/min until the screw is pulled from the test assembly. Record the maximum load required.

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