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This part of ISO 28927 specifies a laboratory method for measuring the vibration at the handle of continuous operating fastener driving tools. It is a type test procedure for establishing the vibration value in the handle of a hand-held power tool operating under a specified load. Fastening tools without continuous operating modes are very unlikely to contribute significantly to risk of vibration injury. In addition, there are uncertainties regarding the application of vibration measurement based on existing International Standards to low-rate or single impact machines. For these reasons, this International standard assumes vibration emissions result in a daily dose [A(8)] less than 2.5m/s² for low power fastening tools without continuous operating modes. However, if individual tools are likely to emit vibration at levels higher than 2.5m/s² (when averaged over periods of typical tool operation according to ISO 5349-2) vibration emission values based on sample work activities should be given for that tool.
|Nederlandse titel||Draagbare handgereedschappen - Beproevingsmethoden voor de evaluatie van trillingsemmissie - Deel 13: Nietmachines|
|Engelse titel||Hand-held portable power tools - Test methods for evaluation of vibration emission - Part 13: Fastener driving tools|