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DIN ISO – European Standards
You can download and open this file to your own computer but DRM prevents opening this file on another computer, including a networked server. In this standard, minimum requirements and tests are defined for devices for the securing of cargo strength of seat backs, partitioning systems and lashing points in cars, station wagons and multi-purpose vehicles.
Regulations governing the resistance capabilities of the backrests of the rear seats and for the retaining equipment partitioning systems of vehicles of the M1 class, which are intended to protect the occupants from the danger of shifting cargo during a frontal impact, are included in UNECE Regulation No 17, which first came into force in March All commercially-used cars, station wagons and multi-purpose vehicles within the scope of the accident prevention regulation for vehicles BGV D29 are required in Germany to be equipped with lashing points and retaining equipment.
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This International Standard defines minimum requirements and tests for front and rear seats and partitioning systems, in order to improve the protection of the vehicle occupants against shifting load during a frontal impact. We have no document history for this standard. Add to Alert PDF.
Please first verify your email before subscribing to alerts. In order to ensure all-embracing internal safety of such vehicles, it is necessary to effectively reduce the danger to occupants which could arise from the above-mentioned objects during extreme driving manoeuvres and also in accidents.
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In addition, this International Standard defines minimum requirements and tests for lashing points in the above-mentioned vehicles in order to be able izo secure a load luggage or goods in a reliable and roadworthy way. Proceed to Checkout Continue Shopping. This is intended to enable a transport and an operational securing of cargo in vehicles, in order to reduce the risk of injuries to occupants caused.
You may delete a document from your Alert Profile at any time. For vehicles primarily designed for the transportation of cargo and derived from a passenger car, only the requirements concerning the lashing points of this International Standard apply.
Furthermore, in certain countries, drivers are obliged by law to properly secure cargo in vehicles in compliance with state of the art. This International Standard applies to devices for the securing of cargo in passenger cars, isi wagons and multi-purpose passenger cars, where the seats directly delimit the loading space.
The main idea behind DIN was that lashing points in the luggage compartment, as well as sufficiently resistant seat backs and a partitioning system, are the basic elements for the protection of occupants.
In Novemberuniform conditions have been included in UNECE Regulation No for the approval of retrofit partitioning systems intended to protect the occupants from shifting cargo. Already Subscribed to this document. As the voice of the U. Subscription pricing is determined by: Additional requirements for these vehicles and requirements for any other delivery vans are specified in ISO If the document is revised or amended, you will be notified by email.