Chapters

Introduction
User interface
Info
Search
Result list
Full display
Alerts
Customer data
Shopping basket
Settings
Administration
Boolean Operators
Search fields
ICS


Perinorm Help

Introduction

Perinorm is an application designed to help you in searching for, displaying and administrating standards and technical regulations. Perinorm includes databases from twenty-four countries as well as data from the European and international standards institutes: making a total of more than 1.5 million data records in all. The direct monthly updating of the data by the standards organisations guaranties a reliable supply of up-to-date information.

With around fifty search fields and extensive search functions, Perinorm offers users rapid and targeted access to all the information they require. Individual bookmarks, notes and profiles entered by users make for simple data administration. All Customer data can be updated automatically every month.

Different Perinorm versions

Perinorm is trilingual (German, English and French) and can be obtained on DVD, online or as an intranet version. The different versions can be combined in various ways. For example, you can use the online version with offline full texts or combine the offline version (DVD/intranet) with online full texts.

DVD and Online versions (Interface and Operation modes)

As Perinorm has been developed on as a browser-based application, the DVD and online versions look more or less identical. Furthermore, both versions have identical operation modes. In other words, you, as a user, no longer have to adjust when switching from one version to the others (see also User interface).

Please note: If you discover different operation modes in the different versions of Perinorm, the documentation will draw your attention to this.

Individual settings

Perinorm allows you to make and save a large number of individual settings. You can configure as many Search masks as you wish, save them and load them later for specific search tasks. The same applies to search queries.

Furthermore, in the Result list and in the Full display you can change your field selection and the order of the fields to suit your needs and choose between text and table layout. Last but not least, in the results list and the full display you can chose from a great number of individual print and export options settings. You can save and reload them for future print and export orders. In addition, you can combine each data record with a Full text of your choice.


Sections

Example 1
Example 2


Chapter overview


User interface

Please note: The user interface is structured in different ways depending on the roles/rights assigned. For instance, all tabs are displayed to users with administration rights (e.g. Company administrators). The Administration and Shopping basket tabs are not displayed, however, to users with exclusive Read-only rights (see second example below).

Example 1: User interface showing all tabs for User with administration rights (e.g. Company administrator)


The user interface is composed of the main navigation area with the horizontal tab bar, the navigator on the left and the virtual text and working area.

On the upper edge of the screen you will see a green bar showing the language settings. Click the arrow to select the language you require (German, English or French). The bar also shows your log-in name. You can also log off here (except for the DVD workstation application).

Beneath the bar you will see a blue bar composed of tabs. By clicking with the mouse on this bar you can access various pages (Search, Result list, Customer data, etc.) The light-coloured tab always shows the page of the application you are currently using. Below the tab bar, you will see the working area of the page you have selected (in our example, the Search mask).

On the left hand side is the Navigator with Functions relating especially to the current Page. You may hide the Navigator using the Link Hide left menu (below Search and Result Display) to have more space for the data.

If you wish to see further information about the current page, simply open the related help text by clicking the ”Question mark” symbol on any page of the application.

Example 2: User interface showing seven tabs for User without administrative rights (e.g. Read-only user)


In this example, the user has exclusive Read-only rights. As a result, he cannot access any tabs to perform administration tasks.


Sections

Chapter overview


Info

Update status

If you have selected the Update Status in the Navigation column, the Collections included in Perinorm will be displayed, with Information about the Number of Records, and when the last Update of the particular Collection has been carried out.

User data update report

DVD Customers will find the protocols in the Data update report. The Info tab contains a link for all customers that leads them straight to this directory.

The protocols will be collected for Online customers and made available - as downloadable files - for a period of three months.

Monthly customer info

This link takes you to a page of DIN Software containing the customer information which appear monthly.

Product news

Click this link to open a page with the latest Product news.

Tips and tricks

If you want to make optimal use of all the information on Perinorm, you must be familiar not only with the new software, but also with the data content. Here you will find examples of specific uses and interesting research, as well as tips and tricks on how to use Perinorm.

Organisation information

In the Online Multiple stations and in the Intranet version the link Organisation Information has been created in the Info tab for normal users (without administration rights). The organisation and contact data may been deposited there.

Hotline/Support

Here you will find the contact data for the Perinorm support.

Send comments

In Online/Intranet Version you may send comments to the Perinorm team.

Help

Click here to open the Perinorm help file.

Terms & Conditions

Here you find the BSI TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALE AND USE of Perinorm.


Sections

Performing a search
Index search
Index search classification
Search options
Functions in the Navigator
Loading a list of documents
Saving and loading Search masks
Simple Search


Chapter overview


Search

When you launch Perinorm, the first page you will see is the Search mask, because the tasks you wish to perform with Perinorm generally begin with a search. If there are new customer infos, Perinorm starts with the Info tab.



On this page, you can perform searches, save and load Search queries, set Search options, and load and save search masks.

Performing a search

Auto completion function

Certain fields in the Internet and Intranet version (Free text, Title/Keywords, Document identifier - not Document identifier + - and Descriptors) have an auto-completion function. If, for example, you enter the word "fire", you will immediately be shown several suitable search terms (i.e. Fire alarm, Fire arms; etc.) which you can simply select with a mouse click.



Start search

You will see the hits in the Result list.


Index search


If you wish, you can choose between logical the operators and, or and without.

Determining the type of index

In some of the search fields (i.e. Title) you can determine whether to conduct your search in the Words or Lines index. Composite terms are displayed together in the Lines Index; in the Words index they are displayed as separate terms.


Index search classification

The Index search in the Classification field has a different structure.



In this dialogue, you will see the main and lower levels of the ICS classifications.


Search options

The Search options are selected in the Search mask. The first step is to select a Search mask (next to the Navigator). Before you make this selection you must first save one or more customized Search masks (see section Save search masks).

The next option concerns the Data range in which you want to carry out a search. You can choose between All data, Perinorm data and Company standards.

If you wish to change the logical connector (and, or, without) between the search fields, you can do so using one of the selection boxes. For the Title/Keywords field you can select only one language.

Please note: This option can be faded out(see also Settings/Search).



You can chose any Search field you want using a selection box. If you wish to use additional Search fields for your research, you can enter these in the Search mask using the Add Search fields link.

Connect Search with

You can now also limit the range of Data records you are looking for by your choice of Status (All records, Only valid records, Only withdrawn records and Without historical records).

Please note: This option can be faded out (see also Settings/Search).

Search in Customer data

In the case of Customer data, you are free to choose whether you wish to search for records with or without Bookmarks, Notes and Full texts. You can also choose whether you want to search for the hits of all profiles or of one specific profile only. Or you search for the hits which do not belong to any profile or to none specific profile.

User data filter enhanced

If you wish to combine a search with user data, you can do this via the user data filter options below the search fields. Using these options, you search will be narrowed down to record, which have a note, a book-mark, or are connected to full texts or are part of specific profiles in Perinorm. Up to now, the connection between the different criteria was always a logical AND operator. You can now choose to connect the options with AND plus OR. Like this you can find records which have a note or are part of a profile.



Connect your search with a previous result

At the bottom of the Search mask you can choose whether you want to link your current search with a previous one.

Please note: This option can be faded out (see also Settings/Search).

Note: This option is not available before you have performed a search with a valid search result.


Functions in the Navigator

Search settings

You use this link to switch to the Settings/Search page. There you can manage your Search masks, among other things.

Load search query

If you have already saved some Search queries, you can load these using a Dialogue window.



Save search query

You can save the entries in the current Search mask under one name so that you can use them again for research at a later date (see also Customer data/Saved queries.

Search history

The Search queries for searches performed in the current session are displayed as a list. If you wish to relaunch them, click them with the mouse.

Note: When you end the session, the search history will be removed. Select Save query when you wish to keep the queries permanently.

Loading a list of documents

Using this function you can import without export license Document identifiers as Search queries. These files are imported in ASCII format ”.txt”. They may contain only the document identifiers. The document identifiers must be separated by a Field separator. The document identifier notation must correspond to that used by Perinorm. With export license you can also import other search criteria (e.g. Publication date).



Please note: You cannot add more than 5,000 documents to a profile at any one time.

Add results to profile

As importing large files can take a long time, this process is launched by a batch procedure.

Note: The alert service is not available in the DVD workstation and DVD network version.

Please note:When you try to import records without AC code or Document identifier, a fault report is created for that purpose.

Saving and loading Search masks

You can search with the standard Search mask, or create one or several search masks (see also the Settings/Search page). This could be worthwhile if, for instance, you regularly need to conduct searches in fields that are not displayed in the default search mask.

You can add Search fields to the Search mask, change the logical connections (see also Boolean Operators) and then save these Search masks under a name.


Reset to default

Simple Search

Perinorm contains information on more than 1.8 million standards and technical regulations worldwide. For each document detailed information is included like title, document number, hints to earlier editions, equivalent international standards or references to legal regulations.


In the simple search mode you can access all this information by entering a term in the search space and clicking the search button.

If you want to search in several fields separately, click „Advanced search“.

Searching for a single term

If you enter a term, e.g. Machinery, all documents will be found, for which the term machinery is included in any data field.

Truncation of search terms (*)

You can abbreviate search terms by using the truncation sign * e.g. Machine*. This will find all terms starting with Machine in any data field.

Searching for several terms

You can enter several search terms.

A search for machines safety will find all documents that deal with both, machines and safety, e.g. safety requirements for machines, i.e. the terms will be automatically connected with logical AND.

If you want to search with logical OR, e.g. in the above example to find documents that deal with either machines or safety, please enter machines or safety.

Searching for document numbers

If you want to search for documents where you know the document numbers, e.g. DIN 13-2, it is recommended to check the box beside „Search in document number only“. Otherwise you would also find documents that quote or refer to DIN 13-2.

Saved searches

You can save any combination of search terms for later use. Please enter the search terms and, click “Save search query” in the navigation. Afterwards you can load saved searches by clicking „Available saved searches“.



Sections

Display options
Sorting the data records
Searching in the results
Symbols in the Result list
Functions in the Navigator
Assign Full texts
Transferring a copy to the Company standards
Print
Export


Chapter overview


Result list

The Result list opens automatically when you start a search with the Search button. You can also access the Result list by clicking the Result list tab at the top of the page. You will now see the hits from your last search.



Display options

Beneath the tab bar, you can set the number of data records (10, 25, 50, 100) you wish to display on each page. If the set number – or a lower number – of hits are found, they will all be displayed. If the number of data records is greater, only the first will be displayed. You can now click the link to go to the Next page, the Previous page, the Last page and the First page.

Please note: The Navigator is temporarily shifted to the left so that you can make the preview window as large as possible. You can open it again by clicking the arrow.

Opening assigned Full Text

In the Result list and in Full display you may open assigned Full text.

Please note!  If the Full text will not be displayed immediately, the following page will open up:



Here you will find a detailed description how you can open the Full text nevertheless.

Keyboard shortcuts for the Result list/Full display

In this version, the following keyboard shortcuts apply:
ctr-alt-s -> Switch to Search mask
alt 1 -> first reord in list

Sorting the data records

The data records can be sorted in accordance with a series of fields, but only if less than 40,000 data records are found.

The default setting sorts the data records in accordance with the sort key provided by the data supplier.

Searching in the results

If you wish to refine your search, you can search for specific search terms in the hit list. The terms you enter will be searched for in every data field in the data records found. If you wish, you can undo the filtering process by clicking the mouse.

Other methods for filtering the results

In the Result list, hits are also filtered according to Classification, Status, Select records, Update flag and Origin code. The number of hits in the list is also displayed.




Symbols in the Result list

Please note: In the Settings tab, you can choose whether to display the following symbols or not. (See the Settings/Result list page.

This symbol means that the data record has been withdrawn.

If you wish to keep a data record for later use, you can bookmark it by clicking the star that appears with the data record. If the star is yellow, you have bookmarked the record, if it is white, it means that you have not bookmarked it.

This symbol means that there is a note assigned to this data record.

This symbol means that the data record is assigned to a profile.

This symbol means that this data record is the first notice of a draft.

Different icons represent the links to Full text documents depending on File type and language (e.g. PDF german).

When the language of the Full text document is unkwown, this icon is diplayed.

When Englisch is the language of the Word file, this icon is diplayed.

Different icons represent the links to Excel files depending on File type and language (e.g. Excel file french).

Please note: For reasons of security, you may have to enter the path (URL) in your browser address line and then click Enter to open the PDF.

This symbol means that this data record is a Company standard.


Functions in the Navigator

Please note: Depending on the role you have been assigned, you may not be able to use all of the functions here (see Administration page).

Settings

Here you can switch to the Settings/Result list page. You can also change the display fields of the Result list and set other display options.

Save search query

In the Search mask, you can save the entries that led you to this Result list and give them a name.

Add Bookmark

With this link, you can add bookmarks to all or to selected (marked) documents (see also Customer data/Bookmarks page).

Add note

Using this link, you can add notes to all or to selected (marked) documents (see also Customer data/Notes page).

The following dialogue will now open:


Note: You can add as many notes as you like to any data record.

Add to profile

With this link you can add all or to selected (marked) data records to a profile.

Note: You administer the profiles under Customer data/Profiles.


Create new profile

Here you can create a new profile for the marked data records.

Please note: The alert service is not available in the DVD workstation and DVD network version.

Add to Shopping basket

With this link you can place all or selected (marked) data records in the Shopping basket (see also Shopping basket page).


Assign Full texts

The option Assign full texts is available only to users who have been assigned the role of company Full text administrator. This role is assigned automatically in the DVD single-user system. With this option, you can link a data record to the related Full text.

Please note: Full texts are managed under Customer data/Full texts. There, you can compile full-text collections. In the Result list, Full texts can be assigned to single data records only.

A dialogue will now open:



If the document is already linked to Full texts, these will be displayed together with information on the language, the URL and full-text collection(s), to which they belong.

Please note: The base URL allows you to move a full text collection any time you choose (e.g. to a new server) without having to manually process the assignments of the full texts to the documents.

Please note: An empty basic path can no longer be adapted to suit your needs.

URL for Online Full texts

Please note: You must always enter the entire URL. It is not enough to enter a subpath.

Please note: If no Full text collection exists, you must first create a new collection, because all Full texts must belong to at least one collection.

Path to offline Full texts

Base URL

The link to the Full texts consists of two components. Firstly of the determined path/URL as a permanent component, secondly - which is optional - of a variable sub-directory and name of the PDF file per link.

Select collection

Note: If you do not select a Full-text collection in the respective open dialogue, the assigned full text will automatically be placed in the default collection My full-text collection and the following message opens:

You didn't select a full text collection to add your full text(s) to. The full text(s) you're adding will be added to a default collection "My personal collection". Do you want to proceed?

Enter language

Please note: If you do not enter anything, the language of the Document full text will be referred to as unknown. So you might not be able to distinguish which language version is behind a Full text link.

Create new collection

Please note: Do not forget to select the new collection.


Transferring a copy to the Company standards

You may copy the contents of a Perinorm-Document and insert them in the fields of a Company standard's data set.

You change to Add Company standard Page. The contents of the Perinorm-Document have been inserted in the respective fields.


Print

When you print, a PDF file is always created. Here, you have a variety of individual output settings to choose from. The Easy print command, on the other hand, is executed via the browser and cannot be configured.

Please note: Generating a PDF file can take several minutes, especially if you are working with many documents. If you have too little free memory, you may not be able to print at all. In this case, please use the Easy print option.


In the Settings tab, start by choosing the range (All items found, Range from - to, All items selected, etc.) that you wish to print. Now select the layout (Detailed view, List format) and the Orientation as well as the desired margin width. You can also choose between serif and sans serif fonts. If you want, you can enter a text for the header or select the content of a field for the header. You can also choose whether, and where you want to print the Search query. Last but not least, you have the option of inserting Vertical or Horizontal Borders between the data records and clicking the option Show user data symbols.

Under the Customization tab use add > or < delete to select the fields you wish to print, determine their order and enter the desired column width for the various fields.

Under the Load/Save tab you can save your current printer settings and load or delete saved printer settings. You can also reload the default settings.

In the Preview tab, you can preview your print-out with the current printer settings.

Please note: You first must download the PDF file you have created before you can print it out.

Easy print

In this option, the selected data records are printed via the browser print function. Beyond there are no more layout options at one’s disposal.




Export

The Export function allows you to save the results of your Search in a format readable by other programmes, especially by table calculator software.

Please note: The export function is active only if you have acquired a corresponding export license. If you do not have a license, you can only export data records that you yourself have created.


Please note: In case you do not have an export licence and do not administer Company standards on your own, a corresponding note is displayed.

In the Settings tab, start by selecting the data records you wish to export (All records found, Range from - to, All records selected, or only Current record). You can choose between the following export formats: Comma separated values (CSV), txt, Excel, XML and RTF. If you choose CSV format, please enter a Text qualifier and a Delimiter within fields; in the case of multiple entries, please select Delimiter within fields. For exporting, you can also select UTF-8 (Unicode) or ISO-8859-1 (Windows) font. Now decide how you wish to export special characters and umlauts/mutated vowels. Here, you can choose between the following Character mapping options: None, single character and multiple character. Alternatively, you can upload a User-defined table. Once you have done this, select whether you wish to export Field names (short or long), and if so, which ones.

Last but not least, if you want to export more than 1,000 data records by e-mail, decide whether you wish to be notified by email when the export file is created. Extensive exports are executed in a batch procedure that runs in the background while you are working with Perinorm.

Please note: The alert service is not available in the DVD workstation and DVD network version.

In the Customization tab use add > or < delete to select the fields you wish to export. Use the double arrows to set the order of the fields.

Under the Load/Save tab you can not only save your current export settings, but also load and delete saved export settings. If you wish, you can also reload the default settings.

If you make a mistake, you can also stop the process. Once you have saved the export file, it will remain in the Perinorm system but not on your local computer.

If the Export has been successful, you will receive the following message:



You can directly download your export files now or download them later under Customer data /Download exported records.

Overview of Export Data fields and Codes

Code

Designation

Code

Designation

AB(0)

Abstract (English)

AF

Abstract (French)

AD

Abstract (German)

AN

Abstract (other languages)

AC

AC code

AZ

Amended by

AS

Amends

PU

Available from

CE

Certification

CA

Classification

CM

Committee reference

DC

Confirmation date

XR

Cross references

DA

Date of Appearance

D3

Descriptors (English)

D1

Descriptors (French)

D2

Descriptors (German)

FN

Descriptors (other languages)

DI

Document identifier

DI +

Document identifier +

DR

Draft superseded

DV

Effective date

DX

Expiry date

XTR1

Extra1

XTR2

Extra2

XTR3

Extra3

FM

Format/Pages

AV

Full text address

VB

Full Text Online ID

HB

Handbook

RH

History Of versions

HA

Hyperlink Amended by

HS

Hyperlink Amends

HH

Hyperlink History Of versions

HI

Hyperlink Intern. relationship

HX

Hyperlink Replaced by

HZ

Hyperlink Replaces

IF

Identifier fragments

II

International relationship

IU

Issuing body

LE

Legislation

NB

Notes (English)

NF

Notes (French)

NG

Notes (German)

NN

Notes (Other languages)

B.IF

omitted

SORT

omitted

LC

Origin code

AL

Original language

OV

Overview

PDF

PDF

PQ

Price

ID

Product ID

DP

Publication date

PI

Published in

RX

Replaced by

RZ

Replaces

SL

Sectional list

SK

Sortkey

TS

Status

TI

Title (English)

TF

Title (French)

TG

Title (German)

TN

Title (original language)

TP

Transition Period

TR

Translations

UP

Update flag

WD

Withdrawal date

WF

Withdrawal flag


Sections

Display options
Symbols in the Full display
Functions in the Navigator
Further options


Chapter overview


Full display

The Full display page contains all the information or the information selected by you for a single data record. The default setting lists all fields. The field selection can be changed however.



Display options

In the upper margin of the Full display, you can select a display format in a selection box. Before you do so, however, you must have already created and saved one or several customized display formats under Settings/Full display.


Symbols in the Full display

Please note: In the Settings tab, you can choose whether to display the following symbols or not. (See the Settings/Result list page.)

This symbol means that the data record has been withdrawn.

If you wish to keep a data record for later use, you can bookmark it by clicking the star that appears with the data record. If the star is yellow, you have bookmarked the record, if it is white, it means that you have not bookmarked it.

This symbol means that there is a note assigned to this data record.

This symbol means that the data record is assigned to a profile.

This symbol means that this data record is the first notice of a draft.

Different icons represent the links to Full text documents depending on File type and language (e.g. PDF german).

When the language of the Full text document is unkwown, this icon is diplayed.

When Englisch is the language of the Word file, this icon is diplayed.

Different icons represent the links to Excel files depending on File type and language (e.g. Excel file french).

Please note: For reasons of security, you may have to enter the path (URL) in your browser address line and then click Enter to open the PDF.

This symbol means that this data record is a Company standard.


Functions in the Navigator

Please note: Depending on the role you have been assigned, you may not be able to use all of the functions here (see Administration page).

Settings

Here you can switch to the Settings/Result list page. You can also change the display fields of the Result list and set other display options.

Add note

see Result list

Add to Profile

see Result list

Add to Shopping basket

see Result list

Assign full text

see Result list

Copy to Company standards

see Result list

Print

see Result list

Easy print

see Result list

Export

see Result list


Further options

In the left side, beneath the Link selection, you will see whether a note is available for the data record and/or whether the data record is assigned to a profile.


Sections

Profile alerts
Saved query alerts
Update alerts


Chapter overview


Alerts

In the Online- and the Intranet-Version of Perinorm you can be informed automatically via E-Mail in case of changes. The corresponding functions are summarised on the Alerts tab. This applies to Changes in Profiles, in Saved queries and in the various Update-Procedures.

Selecting E-Mail addresses for the Alert service

You can use any e-mail addresses listed for the Alert service for Queries and Updates.



Via the left hand navigation you can choose the alert types, view the corresponding alerts and modify or edit them directly on the page.

Profile alerts

Here all Profiles of the respective User are displayed in tabular form. If desired, you may limit the display only to Profiles with Alerts.

At first you will see the name of the Profile and the storage position.

In the third column is displayed if the respective Profile is shared. In the next column the user is displayed who has initialized the Update.

On the right-hand side you can see if the Profile's Alert Service has been activated for the User or not (please check Update User data under Customer data). If the Service has been activated, there will be the respective e-Mail-Addresses be displayed on the right-hand side.


Note: You only receive an alert, if an update procedure with this profile is performed automatically or manually. If profiles are not included in an update procedure, no alerts can be established.


Saved Queries Alerts

Under this link, all he saved queries of a specific user are displayed in tabular form. This applies to the name of the query and to information concerning the last changes, alerts etc. If desired you may limit the display only to Queries with Alerts.



At first you will see the Queryname and the content of the Query identifier in the list.

In the third column is displayed when the Query has been changed for the last time. On the right-hand side you can see if Queries are shared. In the next column you can see if the Alert Service for the user has been activated or not. If the Service is active the respective Email-addresses are displayed on the right.

Note: Alerts concerning Saved queries are only created and posted monthly with the Perinorm update.


Update Alerts

Here all Costumer-data will be listed. Displayed are: The Name of the Update procedure, the Type (only certain Profiles, for example), if the Update will be starting automatically and the e-mail-recipient of the Alert.



Here you may continue editing the chosen Update-Procedure.


Sections

Bookmarks
Notes
Profiles
Saved queries
Company standards
Full text documents
Update User data
Download exported records
Backup/Restore


Chapter overview


Customer data

Please note: Depending on the role you have been assigned, you may not be able to use all of the functions here (see Administration page).

On the Customer Data page you can manage your User data, starting with classical Customer data such as Bookmarks, Notes and Profiles. Here, you can also manage your Search queries, Company standards and Full text documents. From this page you can also update, backup and restore your Customer data and download the export files.

Please note: When customer data are used jointly, it is shown in the column Shared. This applies for Notes, Profiles, Saved queries and for Full text documents. By clicking the link Show shared data you display solely shared data. The link Show own data leads back to the primary display.

Select from long list

On all of the Customer data tab pages (Bookmarks, Notes, Profiles, etc.) you can easily select data records from the lists.

Note: These links are exclusively diplayed when you open long lists.


Bookmarks

There are various ways of incorporating specific data records into a user selection and marking them. The first and probably most simple solution is to bookmark them. You add Bookmarks in the Result list or in the Full display. On this page, you can manage any Bookmarks you may have added, in other words: you can remove Bookmarks, display the related data records, etc.



Displaying Bookmarks

Removing Bookmarks


Notes

Notes are comments (on texts) that are attached to one or more records. You can attach Notes in either the Result list or the Full display. As with the Bookmarks, if you can look in the Results list and in the Full display you will see whether they contain any Notes. Records with one or more Notes are marked with the symbol (unless the display of symbols for Customer data has been deactivated. (See Settings/Result list).



View Notes

On this page you can see a list of all available Notes, or, if there are very many Notes, the first page of each Note. In this case you can browse through the list of Notes.

The following information is added to each Note: the name of the Note, the number of data records related to the Note in question, and the date when it was last edited.

Removing Notes

You can remove Notes singly or as selections. They will then be removed from all data records.

Edit Notes

When you edit a Note you change its name, the contents of the Note (or both).



Searching in Notes

You can filter Notes with the aid of the search window.

Share selected Notes

You can share Notes with specific users and/or groups.


Filtering Users of data shared

If there is a large number of Users sharing you may limit the display via Filter (last name or name of group). Furthermore you may scroll the list of the User comfortably with help of the ABC.

Selecting User/Groups


Profiles

Profiles are used to compile data records to documents which, for example, belong to one and the same subject area or – in the eyes of the user, and for different reasons – belong to a common category. Profiles can be hierarchical, in other words, they can contain not only documents but also other Profiles (Subprofiles) or a combination of both.

Display the date of the last update

The date of the last update is displayed in square brackets to the right of the Profile name.



Generally, data records are assigned to a profile in both the Result list and the Full display. Here you can decide whether to assign data records to an existing profile or to create a new profile for them. You can also create new Profiles as copies of existing ones and then edit them (see below).

Display the creator of the profile (Display shared items)

In the case of shared profiles, you can display all of the shared profiles using the function Display shared items. The names of the users who created the profile are also displayed.

Changing profile levels

Initially, only the upper level of the Profiles is displayed (see the screenshot above); the related data records and Subprofiles are not shown.

Managing Profiles

In the Profiles list, you can mark specific profiles and use them to perform the following operations.

Please note: You cannot mark profiles under the function Create new profile.

Create a new profile

A note shows that a new profile is created.

You can also activate the alert service.
(see Update User data).

Remove selected profiles

This command removes the selected profiles.

Note: If you wish to delete a profile that is shared with other users and/or linked with an update procedure, a message will display stating that changes to "Update processes will affect results, and may affect other users".

Rename selected Profiles

The names of the selected profiles are changed into editable text fields.

Move/copy selected Profiles

When you copy a profile, you keep the existing profile and create a new one with the same contents.


You can move selected profiles so that they are subordinate to another profile as a subprofile.

In both cases, i.e. Move and Copy, you can activate or deactivate the option Include Subprofiles.

If this option is selected, a copy will be made of every subprofile and saved in the profile copy as a subprofile.

If it is not selected, only the documents will be copied, and the copy will not contain any subprofiles.

You can choose a file/tray for your copy or copies. The copies have the same name as the original with the Note (”Copy”) attached to the name.

Print selected profiles

You will get an overview printout of the data records in the profile.

Share selected Profiles

Here you can make specific profiles available to some or all users/groups.

Filtering Users of data shared (Profiles)

If a large number of users are sharing profiles, you can reduce the number of the displayed users with a filter. You can also use the ABC, to scroll up and down the list of users.

Editing Profiles shared

Managing profile records

The document identifiers and the date of issue of the data records appear in the profile. If there are a lot of data records in the profile, the remainder may be displayed on the following pages.



Remove

With Remove, you can remove data records from your profile. If you wish, you can remove several data records simultaneously by selecting them and then clicking remove.

Copy to profile

With this function, you can add selected documents to a different (existing) profile or newly created profile.

Print

Here you can print all the data records as a list.

Show as Result list

The data records in this profile will be displayed with the selected data fields in the Result list.


Saved queries

You can save Search queries in the Search and Result list pages. If you wish to do so, use the link Save query. The last search query is saved.



This page contains the name, a short description of the query, and the date marking the last change to the Search query.

Selecting saved queries

Remove selected queries

Once you have selected one or several Search queries, you can remove them by cliccking the Remove selected link.

Sharing selected queries

Here you can make saved queries available to some or all users/groups.



If there is a large number of Users sharing you may limit the display via Filter (last name or name of group). Furthermore you may scroll the list of the User comfortably with help of the ABC.

Loading Queries

Deleting queries

Executing queries

Editing settings of search queries

Here you may change the name of the search query and determine that you wish to be informed, when changes are made to the Search result. This option can be used to observe the publication of new standards.

Please note: The alert service is not available in the DVD workstation and DVD network version.

Selecting associate email addresses

You can enter one or more different addresses to which a notification should be sent, e.g. to a colleague, or to a second mail address.



Company standards

Company standards are data records that do not belong to Perinorm's database, but have been created by you. They may be company standards, for instance. Company standards can be created either singly from Company records or imported from other databases.



Viewing company standards

By default, all Company standards are displayed on this page, unless their number exceeds twenty-five. You can change the number of data records per page in the Result list.

If you want to see a smaller number of Company standards, you can filter the displayed result by conducting a search. You can search using Document Identifiers and Publication Dates.

In the Search mask, you can limit your search to Company standards. In the Free text field you can search for entries in the Company standards fields Extra 1, 2, 3.

Removing/editing/duplicating company data

Here, you can delete, edit and duplicate existing company data.

Please note: When you change the AC code of a Company standard and this standard is linked to Customer data, and you intend to save the editing, a warning window opens displaying that established assignments might get lost.

Adding Company standard

Using the link Add new record, you can manually add new data records.
(See Additional fields for Company standards)



When adding a record, please observe the following points:

The AC code must begin with the letters CS (Company Standard) and have a maximum length of 12 characters. It must not be identical with an existing company standard. Your company may have its own rules for indexing documents. If this is not the case, please observe the following guidelines:

Whereas the AC code is the unambiguous record key, the document identifier is the user's designation. You should therefore use a code that allows you and others to unequivocally identify the document by, for example, its identifier within a series of standards.

There are no other obligatory fields. However, it is worth filling out as many fields as possible so that you and your staff members can find the document and, once they have found it, access further information.

Note: The limits are based solely on the table Overview of fields and field lengths.

Customise extra field names

On the Company standards page, you can assign and save user defined-names for three extra fields.


You may assign different names for the extra fields in all three languages.

Editing company standards icons

On the Company standards page, you can integrate into Perinorm your own symbols for company standards and for withdrawn company standards.

Please note: the symbol files must fulfill certain conditions such as file extension, file size, etc. The conditions are stated in the dialogue.

Importing company standards

If you want to add a lot of data records, the simplest way is to create a CSV file with these records. You can then load this file by clicking the link Import records.



Please note: When you import company data records, a partial backup is automatically created for your company standards.

Configure import settings

Recording CSV files in Excel and other editors

A CSV file is a text file used for storing or exchanging simply structured data. You can record or further process CSV files in Excel, or in other spread-sheet programs and editors, and continue working on them. The single entries are separated by a special separator, such as a semicolon for instance.

Please note: You will find a sample file “Import company data sample.csv” on the Perinorm DVD in the “manual/en” directory.



Please note: You always import the data of a CSV file in the Customer data/Company standards page using the function Import record ... .

Important tips on recording

1. For each csv-file you create, you must enter a column heading in the first line. Your heading must be identical to the internal Perinorm program codes. If, for instance, you want to import the field document number into the csdata.mdb, the column heading must be called DI. You must always use capitals.

2. Every data record must have the field AC. You must therefore enter an unique key in Perinorm. To create a clear distinction between this key and Perinorm’s AC codes (an AC code is composed of the 2-digit country code and an 8-digit number) it is absolutely essential that you enter the two-letter CS code for the company standards. Hence, in the csdata.mdb file the AC code will, for example, be CS00000001. Any one AC code may only be entered once. Should you accidentally use an AC code twice, Perinorm will register this when you import data into csdata.mdb and refuse to import the record. You will then receive a log-report containing the corresponding information.

3. The fields are limited in length (see table below). If you do not keep within this prescribed length, the import will not start. You will then receive a log-report containing information to this effect.

4. You do not have to fill in all the fields: you need only select the fields you wish to import. The sequence is not important.

5. In the directory CSDATA on the Perinorm DVD you can open an example file. In the file Sample.csv you find the Code names with long Field names in German, English and French.

Overview of fields and field length

Code

lange Feldbezeichnung

Feldlänge

AB
AC
AD
AF
AL
AN
AS
AV
AZ
CA
CE
CM
DC
DI
DP
DR
DV
DX
FM
FN
HB
II
IU
LE
NB
PDF
PI
PQ
PU
RX
RZ
SL
TF
TG
TI
TN
TR
TS
UP
WD
WF
XR
XTR1
XTR2
XTR3

Abstract (English)
Country code
Abstract (German)
Abstract (French)
Original language
Abstract (other languages)
Amends
Full text address
Amended by
Classification
Certification
Committee reference
Confirmation date
Document identifier
Publication date
Draft superseded
Effective date
Expiry date
Pages
Descriptors (other languages)
Handbook
International relationship
Issuing body
Legislation
Notes
Full text
Published in
Price
Available from
Replaced by
Replaces
Sectional list
Title (French)
Title (German)
Titel (English)
Title (other languages)
Translations
Status
Update flag
Withdrawal date
Withdrawn
Cross references
Field 1
Field 2
Field 3

-
20
-
-
255
-
-
-
-
187
-
-
80
255
21
255
21
221
233
-
-
-
-
-
-
254
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
242
50
45
21
1
-
254
254
254

- = unlimited

Fields you will only find in the CSDATA company database

In addition to Perinorm’s data fields, you can also enter data in four additional company data fields. One of these fields is reserved for a special purpose. You can assign the three other data fields to a specific purpose and give them any names you choose.

Name in Original file

Purpose

PDF

filename.pdf; determines which full text is displayed.
Please note: It is advisable to use normal full text collections instead of a file name.
This PDF field exists only for the sake of compatibility (migration) with the old Perinorm. You will not see a PDF symbol in the Result list, even if this field contains a reference to a full text.
There is no base URL. So you cannot move/shift the full texts.
However, the link can be loaded/updated by performing a CSV import.

Extra 1

purpose is free

Extra 2

purpose is free

Extra 3

purpose is free


You may assign as much full text as you like to individual Company standards. Those are to be found on Company standards page under Customer data.

Please note: Company standards, having a link to an external file in the PDF field, are displayed with the full-text-symbol in the List and the Full Display (left-hand side). The corresponding full text can be opened via the Link.

Indexing/Updating of Company Standards

Indexing of Company Standards will be started automatically in the Internet- and Intranet-Version (e.g. over night). The Administrator receives an E-Mail in the case of an error in the Indexing.

Directly after the Indexing the Update of Company Standards in bookmarks, Notes and Profiles will be carried out. The Administrator receives an Alert on the Update that has been carried out. Within the monthly Update the Index of the Company Standards will persist.

For customers of the Online-Version:
Company Standards are included in the Update of the Customer data. This means: If you enter Company standards in your Profile and establish respective Update-Procedures, the changes in your Company standards will be displayed in the Updating E-Mails. It is a precondition, that you use the Updating Code by Perinorm (w, h, a, m) during Data supply.

Link Company standards with Perinorm-Data or other Company standards

On the Company standards page Links to Perinorm or other Company standards may be used. This happens via the AC code in the additional field to Amends, Amended by, Replaces, History of versions, Replaced by, International relationship.

The result could be as follows:



Via the Hyperlink in the Amends field you could call up the full text of the document.


Full text documents

On this page, you can manage your full texts. The page is divided into two areas: At the top, you will see a selection of the various functions available for managing full texts and full text collections. Beneath this area, you will see a list of available Full text collections (providing they have been compiled).



Displaying Full text collections

By default, all full text collections are displayed on this page, providing their number does not exceed the max. number of data records per page. You can change the max. number of data records per page in the in the Result list.

Each collection is quoted with its name, the number of full text documents it contains and the date it was last modified. The collection's name is executed as a link: if you click it you will see a Result list containing the data records in the collection.

Please note: If no full text collection exists, you may create a new collection.

Max. number of simultaneous users

When yor license for Full texts is limited to a max. number of simultaneous users, you can control the compliance with the help of Perinorm.

If you have activated this option in the Admin tab on the Organisation information page, the column Maximum Number of simultaneous users will also appear under Customer data on the Full text page. If the maximum number of simultaneous users is reached, no more users will be able to open the full text documents.

Create new collection

You may assign Full texts singly in the Result list. For a large number of Full texts we recommend the storage in collections. For this you must first create an empty collection.

The new collection now appears in the list of collections an can be edited (see Editing Full text collections).

Please note: In the Result list and the Full display, you can link data records with full texts and assign them to this or several collections.

Editing Full text collections

Please note: Each user should define his or her own Basic URL/Folder (or the path for the DVD version), which contains the PDF files (and where required subdirectories). This helps to administer the full text collections.

The link to the Full texts consists of two components. Firstly of the determined Basic URL/Folder as a permanent component, secondly - which is optional - of a variable sub-directory and name of the PDF file per link. An empty Basic URL/Folder can not be edited later, because for each link of the collection the entire Basic URL/Folder will be saved.

Note: When you delete a full text collection, this does not affect data records and full text documents. You only delete the links between data records and full text documents. These data records then will no longer be connected to full text documents unless there are existing links to other full text collections.

Updating/synchronizing the file lists

The links between the data records and full texts are documented in the various file lists (Control file, Extended and Simple list; see the explanations in the following section). In this dialogue, you can update and/or synchronize your file list of Full texts.

Please note: When you update the file list, a partial backup is automatically created for your full text assignments.



Please note: Full text documents with unknown AC Code can also be added from the Beuth Standards ticker.

Please note: Each user should define the base URL, which contains the PDF files (and where required subdirectories). This helps to administer the full text collections.

Please note: With the base URL you can move a full text collection any time you choose (e.g. to a new server) without having to process singly the allocations of the full texts to the documents.

Updating/synchronizing the Control file

Please note: An empty base URL can no longer be adapted to suit your needs.

Please note: If a base URL has already been entered for the selected collection, it will be displayed when you select the collection.

Update/synchronize the Extended list

An extended list must have a similar structure to the control file. It always contains the AC Code and the language. The columns are separated by commas and each column can be framed by quotation marks. Subdirectories are separated by a slash or a backslash.

Example
MyFulltexts\QualityAssurance\1234567.pdf;DE12345467;de
MyFulltexts\QualityAssurance\1234568.pdf;DE12345467;de
MyFulltexts\QualityAssurance\1234569.pdf;DE12345467;de
MyFulltexts\Construction\9234567.pdf;DE78657412;en
MyFulltexts\Downloads\3443567.pdf;DE41215467;de


Please note: An empty base URL can no longer be adapted to suit your needs.

Please note: If a base URL has already been entered for the selected collection, it will be displayed when you select the collection.

Update/synchronize Simple list

The Simple list may contain only one column, the path and the file name.

Example:
MyFulltexts\QualityAssurance\1234567.pdf
MyFulltexts\QualityAssurance\1234569.pdf
MyFulltexts\Construction\9234567.pdf
MyFulltexts\Downloads\3443567.pdf
“MyFulltexts\Downloads\1234567.pdf”
“MyFulltexts\Downloads\FGD567.pdf

Please note: An empty base URL can no longer be adapted to suit your needs.

Please note: If a base URL has already been entered for the selected collection, it will be displayed when you select the collection.

Marking a Collection

Here, you may mark the collection where full text shall be integrated into. And you may create new collections right here.

Furthermore you may create a personal Collection via the Select a personal collection Link or select the personal collection of a specific users.


Please note! If there is a large number of Users/Groups sharing you may limit the display via Filter. Furthermore you may scroll the list of the User comfortably with help of the ABC.

Upload list of files

The File list (Control file, Extended list and Simple list) contains the links between the data records and the full texts. In this dialogue, you can upload your file list of full texts.

Please note: When you upload the file list, a partial backup is automatically created for your full text assignments.


Load control file

Please note: An empty base URL can no longer be adapted to suit your needs.

Please note: If a base URL has already been entered for the selected collection, it will be displayed when you select the collection.

Upload Extended/Simple list

Please note: You will find examples of these lists on the previous pages.

Please note: An empty base URL can no longer be adapted to suit your needs.

Please note: If a base URL has already been entered for the selected collection, it will be displayed when you select the collection.

Share selected

If you click Share selected you make the selected collections, and particularly the Full text documents in these collections, available to one, several or all other users in your company in as much as this is permissible with the license you have acquired.



Filtering Users of data shared

If there is a large number of Users sharing you may limit the display via Filter (last name or name of group). Furthermore you may scroll the list of the User comfortably with help of the ABC.

Please note: you must acquire the corresponding licences for the full texts.

Clear all full text links

With this function, you clear all full text links to single documents and directories, but not the data records and full texts themselves.

Please note: With this function you do not clear data records or full texts; you clear exclusively the assignments between them.

Remove selected

With Remove selected you can immediately remove all collections (those that you have marked for this purpose).

Get Online Full texts (DVD version only)

As a user of a Perinorm DVD version, you can use this function to obtain and update online the full texts covered by your subscription.

Please note: The download may take some time. You cannot use Perinorm, while you are downloading data. When you have finished downloading your data a report will appear.

If you wish, you can read the report on your full text update.

Append directory to collection (DVD version only)

As user of a Perinorm DVD version, you can add a directory of full texts to an empty full text collection.




Update User data

Within the regular update of the Perinorm database, data records that you have linked with Bookmarks, Notes or Profiles may have been amended or withdrawn.

Please note: When you update the user data, a partial backup is automatically created.



No matter whether you have defined updates or not, you will see the link Update user data at the top of the screen. This link enables you to perform an update with a new title and to create an update that is only performed once.

If you have already carried out certain updates, these will be displayed. You can perform the update again, edit the update settings or delete it.

Create new update

Please note: You CANNOT change this part when you modify the update later on. If you edit the update to include or exclude Notes, for example, you will have to create a new update procedure.

Modify profile selection

You may delete and add profiles of/to an existing profile.

The profile incl. subprofiles is displayed in a tree structure.


Setting update options

Here you can determine which specific actions you wish to perform.

Update withdrawn documents

Update partially replaced documents

Update amended documents

Execute update procedure automatically

If you wish, you can have a report on executed update procedures sent to your e-mail address incl. an attached CSV file (optional).

Please note: The alert service is not available in the DVD workstation and DVD network version.

Please note! If you are generating a new Alert Service for specific profiles, and there already is an Alert Service for this profile (or others) existing, a message will appear. This message will appear as well if the actual situation is reverse, and is correct for automatic and manual Updates.

Check update actions in a list

Creating Update report without performing update

You can create an update report before the update in question is actually performed, without performing the update yourself. With the aid of the reports, you can decide whether you wish to perform the update in the existing form.

Report as attachement

You may select wether you wish to get an report (CSV or Excel file)attached to your alert mail or not.

Selecting associate email addresses

You can enter one or more different addresses to which a notification should be sent, e.g. to a colleague, or to a second mail address.


Execute update now

You may organise the saved Update settings according to your wishes. In other words, you may execute, save or cancel them.


Download exported records

Records can be downloaded on both the Result list and the Full display pages. After the files have been created, you can download them from this page. Here you will find a list of your exported files.

Note! You need an Export licence to export records.



Every time files are exported, you will receive a status report. The status report states Export not started yet, Export started, or Export ready. Small exports are executed on request. Consequently they are always available. Larger exports, however, can be created in a batch file the background; hence, their status is initially announced with the phrase Export not started yet and subsequently with Started.

Remove selected

Please note: We recommend that you delete files you no longer need.

Refresh

You can use the Refresh link, to check whether the status of one of your exports has changed. The page view then changes accordingly.

Start Download in Perinorm Online and Internet

If an export is available, you can start downloading it.

Note: We recommend to select Save and enter file name and path.

The file you are downloading contains the information you have selected concerning the data records. You selected the display format when you performed the export.

Export in Perinorm Offline (DVD workstation and DVD network)

During the export the file is loaded to the application directory.

Here, all exported files are located.

Remove export files singly


Backup/Restore

Here you can create backup files of your User and Company records (manually and automatically) and re-import back-up files that you have already saved.

Import backup files

You can import migration files (format XML) from the old version of Perinorm, as well as newly created backup files, into Perinorm.



Please note: When you import another user's backup files, please always select the second option.

Backup/Restore

You can create organization-level backups and user-level backups manually.

Restore

Use this link to restore the backup you have selected.

Remove

Use this command to remove the selected backup.

Download

Use this link to download the selected backup into Perinorm.


Sections

Select Data records
Select Webshop
View order
Place your order
Centralised Order (Document request)
Reviewing my requested Documents (User)
Further editing of Document requests (Webshop Administrator)


Chapter overview


Shopping basket

The Shopping basket is available only to users who are authorized to order from the Webshop (see Admin). It allows authorized users to order documents directly online and, if required, to download them.

Before you can order a document, you must first place it in the Shopping basket. The Result list and Full display contain a link Add to the Shopping basket where you place your orders. Only users with an order authorization are entitled to use this link.

You need three steps to order documents from the webshop. The first page displays the documents that you have placed in the Shopping basket.



Select Data records

If you have selected twenty data records or less for the Shopping basket, they will all be displayed on one page.

Select Webshop

If you generally use a specific Webshop, you should make this your default Webshop.

View order

Please note: Some webshops allow you to place single orders only. In this case, only the first data record will be placed in the basket.

A second page will now open showing the selected Webshop and the documents you wish to order.

Place your order

The Webshop will now open in a new window.


Centralised Order (Document request)

In many companies it is usual to order Norms centralized, and not individually by each user. In such cases the user without Permission to order may transfer their Document requests directly to Perinorm's Norm-Manager by adding documents to the Shopping basket (below Result list and Full Text). Afterwards the user may transfer the documents on the page Shopping basket to the Administrator (with Permission to order).

It is a precondition, that on the Organisation information Page the Permission to request Documents has been activated (via the tab Admin). By default, users will have permission to order on the Admin tab on the Organisation page.

The Admin than has an extra Shopping basket, where the various requests are summarised, and according to the central manager's decision will be ordered or will be postponed. The status of the particular documents can be retained, for example as "in Process" or as "Ordered".

By the use of this function double orders will be avoided and it is clearly visible at any time which documents shall be provided for whom.

As a User without Permission to order, you can add documents to the Shopping basket in the Result list and the Full display. Afterwards you can forward the documents on the Shopping basket page to the Administrator (with Permission to order). So none of the documents will get lost, even when the User is logged off.

You have performed the Document request. You will receive an e-Mail for this activity. The Administrator (with Permission to order) may now finish the Order (see below).


Reviewing my requested Documents (User)

Via the My requested Documents Link you may observe any change of status (Pending, Processing etc.) of the requested documents.



Please note! The Cancel request Function of the Document request only allows to remove documents with the Status Pending out of the Document request.


Further editing of Document requests (Webshop Administrator)

Via the Document requests Link you - as Webshop Administrator - have access to all requested documents. The search function allows to display only specific Document requests (i.g. of one User) in longer lists. The Clear Function allows to view all Document requests.

Setting Status

Please note! The chosen Status is visible for the User without Permission to order as well, on the Shopping basket tab under My requested documents.

Add to Shopping basket


Sections

Your account information
Search
Result list
Full display
Access system (Offline versions only)


Chapter overview


Settings

Use the Settings tab to edit and manage your personal settings. These include your account, Search, the Result list and the Full display. When you open this page using the tab bar, you will first see your Account information. If you open the Settings from any other pages (e.g. from Search or the Full display) the corresponding settings will be displayed.



Your account information

Under Your account you will see your Account information: your Username, your E-mail address, your Last name, the Creation date and your last Logon date.



To prevent anyone from making malicious changes to your password without your knowledge and thereby blocking your access to Perinorm, you will be asked to enter your current password when you use this function.

You can see as well which Group you are belonging to (specific Customer data may be shared from several Users, all belonging to a certain group) and which Role has been given to you.

You can also see which group you belong to (certain User data can by used jointly by a number of users assigned to a specific group) and which roles are assigned to you. The Perinorm system provides for various specific roles, the most important being those of Company administrator and Webshop user. A Company administrator is entitled to add, remove or edit users (but not from his/her own organisation); a Webshop user is entitled to order copies of Full texts.

Please note: You find detailed information on the Management of Rights in the Chapter Administration.


Search

Here you can start by choosing which Search mask (Standard or Customised search mask) you wish to use as your standard Search mask. If you want Perinorm to always search with the last used Search mask, please select the second option.

Managing search masks

Under Manage search mask you will see the individual search masks you have already created. You can edit – or delete – search masks you have created (see operation modes below).

Enable search filters

When you deactivate this option, the results of the filters Classification, Status, Select records, Update flag und Origin code are not displayed in the result list on the left. So you can speed up your search when you do not use these filters.

Create new search mask

Here, you can create your own individual search mask.


Now you can determine for this Search mask wether logical operators are displayed between Search fields and wether the option “Limit search to” is active (i.e. the filters are displayed for the current search mask).


Result list

In the Result list settings you can change your field selection and select further options.

Field selection



In the column on the right, the fields will be listed that are currently displayed in the Result list. The available fields are listed in the column on the left.

Under Settings/Result list/Field selection, you can set the maximum column width for selected data fields.

Note: The maximum column width is, however, only supported in the Table layout.

Options

Show search query

When you select this option, you will see your search query and, if it is the case, the active filter on the Result list page. If this option is not selected, this line will not appear.

Display symbols for Customer data

If this option is selected, all the symbols for Customer data (Bookmarks, Notes and Profiles), the symbols for withdrawn records and first notice of drafts (only German documents) and the PDF symbol will be displayed. If you cancel your selection, no symbols will appear.

Layout (Table/Text layout)

In the Text layout, each data record appears as a number of lines and the whole field content is displayed. In the Table layout, a data record occupies only one line, with the details appearing from left to right. This means that several data records can be displayed on one page. On the other hand, if a lot of fields are displayed, you will have to scroll horizontally to see all of them.

Please note: When selecting display fields, table as well as text layout are available with additional fields.


Full display

Display options

You can start by deciding whether you want to display additional information or not. If you cancel the marking in the checkbox, the symbols for Withdrawals and bookmarks will no longer be displayed. The same applies to information on notes, full texts and profiles appearing to the left of the Full display.

Select display formats

Here you can select your predefined display (the display that appears when you launch Perinorm, unless you have changed the display format). You can either select a display or, when you start your next session, use the format you used the last time.

Creating new display formats

Finally, you can also add new display formats, or edit or delete existing ones.


The right-hand column contains the fields selected for this display. On the left you will see a list of all fields.


Access system (Offline versions only)


Sections

Organisation information
Manage users
Manage groups
Manage roles
Manage E-Mails not sent
Backup/Restore


Chapter overview


Administration

This page is only displayed to users who possess the Company Administrator role and are entitled to perform administrative functions.



Browsing in lists

You can browse easily through the pages of the long lists in the Admin tab (Customers, Groups and Roles). You can browse to the first/last page, the next/previous page and to a specific page.


Organisation information

Please note: Processing of theses data is possible only with the intranet version.

On the main page, you will see your organisation details, which are stored in the Perinorm application. The page is divided into three fields: for Organisation details, Contact details and for your License details.

Options

Use of temporary links

Here, you may determine wether you allow the use of temporary links or not.

Please note: The use of temporary links (proxy) is intended to stop the unauthorised forwarding of links to Perinorm full texts.

Enable Limit on number of simultaneous users

If you have activated this option in the Admin tab on the Organisation information page, the column Maximum Number of simultaneous users will also appear under Customer data on the Full text page. If the maximum number of simultaneous users is reached, no more users will be able to open the full text documents.

Show all User data on the Manage users page

In the table on the Manage users page surname, user name, e-mail address as well as all of their user data (Bookmarks, notes, profiles, etc.) and their total number are displayed for each user.

Allow creation of Document requests

Users without WebShop Administrator rights can place documents in the shopping basket in both the Results list and the Full display. These users can then forward the documents on the Shopping basket page to the Administrator (with WebShop administrator rights). The precondition is, however, that permission to create document requests has been granted and users do not have Read only rights.

IP and e-mail domains

If available, authorized IP and e-mail domains are automatically listed here. Under e-mail domains you may also determine wether there are limitations for the e-mail dispatch or not.

If, for example, perinorm.com is listed here, Perinorm only allows e-mail addresses like brown@perinorm.com but not addresses like brown@companyxy.com.


Manage users

This page lists all the users of your company, which are determined for you company.



Display/Search users

In the standard setting, up to twenty users are displayed. If your company has more than twenty users, you can browse through the entire list.

Each user's last name, user name and e-mail address is displayed.

Edit user data

Here you will see a list of all User details and User rights, which can be processed by the Company administrator.



Here you can change e-mail addresses and last names, but not user names. You cannot change the password, but you can reset it. Users who reset their passwords will have to use the company's Default password again.

Assign to groups

You may change the groups to which a user is assigned.

A small dialogue window will now open. On the right, it names the groups to which the user belongs. Other available groups are listed on the left.

Assign different roles

A user can also be assigned various roles. The important roles of Organisation Administrator and Webshop user are also listed in the bottom field of the page. On the right, you will see check-boxes. Depending on which check- boxes are selected, specific user permissions can be granted or withdrawn again.

Deactivation of users

Users can be deactivated on the page Manage users - user details.

Users are deactivated only temporarily and can be reactivated at any time by removing the tick symbol.

Transfer of all user data

As an administrator, you have the right to transfer all user data (Bookmarks, Notes, Profiles, etc.) to another user.

The user data will be tranferred.

Log-on as a different user (Administrator)

As an Administrator, you can now log on as a random user on the Manage users page without knowing the password of the user and without having to log out. You can, for instance, easily and quickly check a user's data.

In this role, you can perform all of the tasks granted to users.

Add user

You can also add users.

The page Manage users - User Details will now open.

Import users from a file

If you wish to add a large number of users, you can also use a CSV file for this purpose.

In the CSV file the data of one user is captured in per line, seperated by a semicolon. The following fields must appear in a fixed sequence.

User name
Surname
First name
E-mail
Password


Example:
user2imp;Brown;Mirian;mirian1@email.de;tammy12
user3imp;Brown;Thomas;thomas2@email.de;buesum66

Note: The Intranet version supports LDAP and Single sign on.


Manage groups

Groups consist of several users with certain common interests who may therefore need similar information. Such a group can, for instance, include people working on one and the same project or people with a conjoint access to a collection of full texts.

Viewing and managing groups

Here you will see a list of the groups in your organisation. If there are too many to display on one page, you can browse through the entire list.



Add group

The new group will be included in the list of groups and can now be edited again.

Remove groups

The users of the group are not deleted.

Manage groups - Group details



The page is divided into two fields: The first field displays the group name. The second one contains all the users in this group as well as their roles (full text administrator, Company Standards administrator, User data administrator, etc.).

Assign users

After you have clicked this link, you will see a page with two columns. On the left, the users are listed who do not have these rights; on the right, the users who have these rights.

Remove users

Assign Roles to groups

You may assign certain Roles to members of a group. In other words: You don't have to assign individual Roles to all group-members one after another in that case.


Manage roles

On this page, you can assign certain roles in your capacity as Company Administrator without selecting each user singly on this page (see below). Furthermore, this page offers you a good overview of all users and their assigned roles/rights.

Please note: If you wish to assign administration roles, you must always remove these users from the list of users with read only or read only+ roles.


Once you have selected the user, the arrow pointing right is activated.

Please note: If you wish to assign a role to several users, you can do it by marking these users.


Manage E-mails not send

If the SMTP server is not ready/accessible, all of the messages will be temporarily saved in a special directory. When the administrator logs on, the administrator is automatically notified that some e-mails have not been forwarded. Consequently, the Administrator can later forward all of these messages to the recipient.


Backup/Restore

Opens the Backup/Restore Page under Customer data


Sections

Logical Operators
Range Operators
Truncation


Chapter overview


Boolean Operators

The List of Boolean Operators covers the following three types of operators:

Logical Operators,
Range Operators,
Truncation Symbols (or wildcards).

Operators help you to select precise records from a database. With the Logical Operators you only select records which fulfil certain search criteria, and with the Range Operators you select a range (e.g. the period 1960-1967). Truncation enables you to start a search even if you are not certain of the exact spelling of a descriptor, for example, or want to save yourself having to enter many similar search terms.

Of importance as well is the use of quotation marks (" "). With quotation marks you may transform all terms Perinom would normally see as logical Operators into Search terms. For example: You could with the german Operator ODER, using it as the Search term "ODER", search all documents including the Search term "ODER" ("ODER" for the german River Oder, for example). Furthermore you may define with the quotation marks, that Perinorm has to start with "fields" instead of "words", searching the list of index.

Logical Operators

With the help of Logical Operators you can rapidly find the desired records even in a very large database. Logical Operators enable you to connect a number of search terms. We shall first introduce you to the five main operators.

Operator

Description

AND (+)

And-connections between two search terms in a search field or between two terms in two search fields. Both terms must occur in the record.

OR (,)

One of the two descriptors must occur in the record or in one of the records.

WITHOUT (NOT) (#)

This exclusion connection searches in all records which do not contain the search term entered. ”Not” may be used instead of ”Without” if you prefer.

ALL

Here you search through all records which have an entry in the field in question.

NONE

Searches through all records which do not have an entry in this field.

Note: You can either write the operators as words (e.g. ”AND”) or use their symbols (e.g. ”+”). If you use symbols, make sure that they are placed between blank spaces.

Range Operators

DYou can only enter these operators in numerical or in data search fields (with the exception of the TO(..)operator.

Operator

Description

<

You only search through records whose value is less than the one you have entered in the Search Field.

>

You only search through records whose value is greater than the one you have entered in the Search Field.

<=

You only search through records whose value is less than or equal to the one you have entered in the Search Field.

>=

You only search through records whose value is greater than or equal to the one you have entered in the Search Field.

Truncation

There is one Truncation Symbol (*).

Operator

Description

*

This symbol represents one or any number of letters, or one or any number of symbols. For example, you can search records with the entry ”secur*”, which can contain the terms ”security”, ”secure” and ”security regulations” in the respective search fields.
Note: Only the left truncation is possible; e.g. “Home*” and not “*Home”.


Sections

Additional Company standards fields


Chapter overview


List of English Search fields

Field identifier

Content

Abstract (English) AB

Textual description of the content of the document in English.

Abstract (French) AF

Textual description of the content of the document in French.

Abstract(German) AD

Textual description of the content of the document in German.

Abstract(other languages)

Textual description of the content of the document in other languages than English, French or German

AC Code AC

Shows the entire Key of the document which consists of Origin Code and 8 digit number.

Amended by AZ

States the source of the amending document or the document identifier of the amending document. Any other relevant information may also be included.

Amends AS

This field contains the document identifier and, if available, the publication date of any item that is amended by this document.

Available from PU

Publishing house or selling agent of the document (for all countries).

Certification CE

Name of certification scheme applicable to the standard.

Classification CA

The International Classification for Standards (ICS) is used for Perinorm by all organizations. For Perinorm a maximum of four notations will be used. For the time being only notations, no texts, are used. The maximum length of the ICS field is 39 (4x9 plus 3 "*"). This field can be used also for additional classification notations which have to be separated by a hash '#'. If only ICS is used then no '#' is needed. If an organization is not yet using the ICS this space can be used for the national classification system starting with a hash '#'.
See Appendix: ICS Classification

Committee reference CM

Name or notation of the committee or body which produced the document.

Confirmation date DC

(Re-)confirmation date of document

Cross references XR

Normative and/or informative references taken from the document.

Date of appearance (DA)

If the delivery date of a document does not correspond to the entry in the publication date field (06 DP), as for German draft standards, it can be stated here.

Descriptors(German) CT

Descriptors for the description of the document taken from one of the official ISO thesauri (Root or TIT). Terms used on national basis may also be included, but will not be translated by the thesaurus concordance mechanism.

Descriptors (English) ET

Descriptors for the description of the document taken from one of the official ISO thesauri (Root or TIT). Terms used on national basis may also be included, but will not be translated by the thesaurus concordance mechanism.

Descriptors (French) FT

Descriptors for the description of the document taken from one of the official ISO thesauri (Root or TIT). Terms used on national basis may also be included, but will not be translated by the thesaurus concordance mechanism.

Descriptors (other languages) FN

Descriptors for the description of the content of the document chosen from thesauri (Root or TIT). Terms used on national basis may also be included, but will not be translated by the thesaurus concordance mechanism.

Document identifier DI

The syntax of a document identifier is determined by the body issuing the standard or technical rule. A document identifier usually consists of an abbreviation standing for the name of the body of rules, a sequential number and, where relevant, an indication that it is a supplement, amendment, technical corrigendum, etc. Some issuing bodies also incorporate the date of the year in the document identifier. In order to facilitate the search for document identifiers, there are two data fields by which to search: the "Document identifier" field (DI) for an exact search, and the "Document identifier+" field (DA) for an extended search.
Exact search
This field contains the exact designation of a document or the document identifier. It is also possible to use truncation on one or both sides combined with asterisks (*).

Document identifier+ DA

Extended search
This field can be used for a search by entering a document identifier without blanks and/or symbols (e.g. DINEN485). Individual elements of the exact document identifier designation can also be entered (e.g. the sequential number "9000" or the appendage "Corrigendum").
This field also contains synonymous designations of document identifiers as search entries (e.g. "DIN 13", "VbF" or "ANSI 100").
The structure of the index in the "Document identifier+" field corresponds to the way Perinorm actually searches. If this index is used, the number must be entered without blanks (e.g. "DINENISO….").
A search in the "Document identifier" field, on the other hand, must be with blanks (e.g. "DIN EN ISO ….").

Draft superseded DR

States the superseded draft(s) of a document.
This field contains the document identifier and, if available, the publication date in brackets.

Effective date DV

Effective date of the document

Expiry date DX

Date until which objections against the publication of a draft of a technical rule or the withdrawal without substitution of a standard are possible (Format YYYY-MM-DD).

Full text address AV

States the addresses of full text information
(microforms, facsimile [NormCD or IHS products] or character coded [SGML]) and PDF files.

Handbook HB

Secondary source of a document if published additionally.

History of versions RH

Complete chain of versions of a document (only available for data from DITR database of DIN Software GmbH).

International relationship II

References to identical and related European and International standards or legal documents are listed.
The kind of relationship is marked by IDT (identical), EQV (equivalent), or NEQ (not-equivalent). There are other regional or national codes which can also appear, e.g.:

REL (related)

(CEN/CLC)

MOD (modify)

(ISONET)

NEC (necessary)

(ON)

USE (useful)

(ON)

Issuing body IU

Body, in whose name (or acronym) the document was published.
Full name(s) if available.

Legislation LE

References to legal or provisional documents.

Notes (English) NB

Any kind of information can be given in this field.

Notes (French) NF

Any kind of information can be given in this field.

Notes (German) NG

Any kind of information can be given in this field.

Notes (other languages) NN

Any kind of information can be given in this field.

Origin Code AC

Code for the country (or region) of origin of the document and unique record identifier.The first two letters are according to the country codes given in ISO 3166-1:1997 Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions - Part 1: Country codes.
The code is a two letter symbol in capitals, e.g.
AT Austria
AU Australia
BE Belgium
CA Canada
CH Switzerland
CZ Czech Republic
DE Germany
DK Denmark
ES Spain
FA France (Standards)
FR France (French and European Guidelines)
GB United Kingdom
IT Italy
IX International, Regional, Multinational JP Japan
NL Netherlands
RU Russia
SE Sweden
SK Slovakia
TR Turkey
US USA
ZA South Africa

Original language AL

The language(s) used for the publication of the document.To express a language use ISO 639:1988 Codes for the representation of names of languages. The code is an alpha two symbol using lower case letters, e.g.:
af Afrikaans
ar Arabic
bg Bulgarian
cs Czech
da Danish
de German
el Greek
en English
es Spanish
fi Finnish
fr French
ga Irish
he Hebrew
hi Hindi
in Indonesian
is Icelandic
it Italian
iw Hebrew
ja Japanese
ko Korean
nl Dutch
no Norwegian
pl Polish
ps Afghan
pt Portuguese
ro Romanian
ru Russian
sh Serbo-Croatian
sk Slovakian
sl Slovenian
sv Swedish
th Thai
tr Turkish
uk Ukranian
zh Chinese

Overview OV

This field contains brief introductory texts describing contents and practical relevance of standards. In the German data, these texts are used for announcing new standards in the standardization bulletin "DIN Mitteilungen".

Pages PM

The number of pages of the document.
The format of the documents should be by default A4 and not mentioned. Other formats may be added after a semicolon, if really necessary. If there is no page reference a statement could be given as "not applicable".

Price PQ

The price of the document in the country of origin if available. International documents will have only price groups

Publication date DP

Date of the publication of the document.
The date has to be given as exact as possible. Unknown details (only months and days) are listed as zeros. The date format is YYYY-MM-DD.
Examples: 1994-01-17, 1989-10-00, 1954-00-00 (AFNOR)

Published in PI

Primary source of a document if published in a bulletin or journal and not as a separate document.

Replaced by RX

States the successor of a document.
Consists of document identifier followed by the publishing date.

Replaces RZ

States the predecessor of a document.
Consists of document identifier followed by the publishing date.

Sectional list SL

Search for standards profiles or subsets of the database like Occupational safety, Construction catalogue or Technical law and for collections of technical rules as "Regelwerk AD-2000" or "Sammeleintrag DIN-Regelwerk".

Status TS

Code for the status of the document (defined by the document number and the publication date).There is a set of common codes which have to be used for all documents:

ST

Standards

DC

Draft standards for public comment

RG

Administrative and legal documents

TD

(other) technical documents

AH

Under revision (foreseen as amendment)

VW

Applies in conjunction with other documents

NI

No longer included in the body of rules

If there are national codes in addition to these then they should be listed after the common code.
In German data the following additional codes occur:

B

Notice

G

Law

N

Standard

N-E

Draft Standard

PR

Partially replaced

PW

Proposed for withdrawal

TR

Other technical rule

TR-E

Draft of a technical rule

UVV

Provision for accident prevention

VN

Preliminary standard

VN-E

Draft of a preliminary standard

VV

Administrative regulation

In British data the following codes occur:

CF

Confirmed

OB

Obsolescent

PC

Proposed for confirmation

PO

Proposed for declaration of obsolescence

PR

Partially replaced

PU

Project underway (only for british documents)

PW

Proposed for withdrawal

RV

Revised

SD

Standstill document (only for british documents)

SS

Superseded

WH

Under revision (foreseen as replacement)

WN

Withdrawn

In Australian data the following codes occur:

AV

Replaced standards which continues to be valid in other collections

OB

Obsolescent

SS

Superseded

WN

Withdrawn

In Canadian data the following codes occur:

1

standard

2

preliminary

3

provisional

4

other recognized document

5

guide

6

special publication

7

withdrawn

8

in press

9

endorsed (might not necessarily have a copy)

10

adopted

11

part of a series

12

part of a series - adopted

13

joint

14

based on

15

part of a series - based on

16

joint - adopted

17

harmonized

18

endorsemsnt withdrawn (1)

70

withdrawn (adopted)

71

withdrawn (part of a series)

72

withdrawn (part of a series - adopted)

73

withdrawn (joint)

74

withdrawn (based on)

75

withdrawn (part of a series - based on)

76

withdrawn (joint - adopted)

77

withdrawn (Harmonized)

79

withdrawn (endorsed) (2)

80

in press (adopted)

81

in press (part of a series)

82

in press (part of a series - adopted)

83

in press (joint)

84

in press (based on)

85

in press (part of a series - based on)

86

in press (joint - adopted)

87

in press (Harmonized)

GC

government of Canada form

N-E-S

Final draft is a possible entry (Austrian data)

GD

Guide (Turkish data only)

(1) Indicates a standard for which the SDO withdrew its endorsement of.
(2) Indicates the withdrawal of an endorsed standard.

Title (English)TI

The complete title (including special symbols, blanks etc.)
a) as printed on the document
b) as translated following the structure of the original title

Title (French)TF

The complete title (including special symbols, blanks etc.)
a) as printed on the document
b) as translated following the structure of the original title

Title (German) TG

The complete title (including special symbols, blanks etc.)
a) as printed on the document
b) as translated following the structure of the original title

Title (other languages) TN

The complete title in other languages than English, German or French (including special symbols, blanks etc.)
a) as printed on the document
b) as translated following the structure of the original title

Transition period TP

If a document remains valid for a certain transition period even after it has been replaced, this can be noted here.

Translations TR

Languages in which the document is translated and available.
Linked to the code may be information concerning author and/or type of translation.
Examples:

en-AFNOR

(AFNOR)

en

(DIN)

fr-M

[M=manuscript translation, not officially published] (DIN)

Update flag UP

Codes for the changes made since the previous edition of Perinorm.

N

New since the last update

U

Unchanged since the last update

A

Modified document since the last update (changein the 'Amended by' field)

W

Withdrawn since the last update

H

Historical document (document withdrawn for more than one month)

The use of the following codes is optional:

C

Modified record since the last update

F

First notice (only for german data)

I

Intended withdrawal since the last update

M

All modified documents (with an entry in the 'Amended by' field)

P

Partially replaced since the last update

R

Re-instated since the last update

S

Change of status since the last update (only for British documents

Withdrawal date WD

Withdrawal date of the document.
This field usually used when the update flag is either "W" or "H", but can also be used for current documents when the withdrawal date is already known (for legal or provisional documents).

Additional Company standards fields

In addition to Perinorm's data fields, you can also enter data in four additional company data fields. One of these fields is reserved for a special purpose. You can assign the three other data fields to a specific purpose and give them any names you choose.

Field identifier

Content

PDF

filename.pdf; determines which full text is displayed.

Extra 1

purpose is free

Extra 2

purpose is free

Extra 3

purpose is free


Sections


Chapter overview


ICS Classification (edition 6)

Terms and assigned Classification

A

Abrasives 25.100.70 Accessories 33.160.50 Accessories for lifting equipment 53.020.30 Accident and disaster control 13.200 Accommodation spaces 47.020.80 Accountancy 03.100.60 Acid secondary cells and batteries 29.220.20 Acids 71.060.30 Acoustic measurements and noise abatement in general 17.140.01 Acoustics and acoustic measurements 17.140 Acoustics in buildings. Sound insulation 91.120.20 Adhesives 49.025.50 Adhesives 83.180 Advanced ceramics 81.060.30 Aerials 33.120.40 Aerosol containers 55.130 Aerospace electric equipment and systems 49.060 Aerospace engines and propulsion systems 49.050 Aerospace fluid systems and components 49.080 Agricultural machines, implements and equipment 65.060 Agricultural machines, implements and equipment in general 65.060.01 Agricultural tractors and trailed vehicles 65.060.10 Agriculture 65 Agriculture (Vocabularies) 01.040.65 Aids and adaptations for moving 11.180.10 Aids for blind and partially sighted people 11.180.30 Aids for deaf and hearing impaired people 11.180.15 Aids for disabled or handicapped persons 11.180 Aids for disabled or handicapped persons in general 11.180.01 Aids for drinking and eating 11.180.40 Aids for incontinence and ostomy 11.180.20 Air mode containers, pallets and nets 55.180.30 Air quality 13.040 Air quality in general 13.040.01 Air transport 03.220.50 Aircraft and space vehicle engineering 49 Aircraft and space vehicle engineering (Vocabularies) 01.040.49 Aircraft and space vehicles in general 49.020 Aircraft tyres 83.160.20 Alarm and warning systems 13.320 Alcoholic beverages 67.160.10 Alcohols. Ethers 71.080.60 Aldehydes and ketones 71.080.80 Aliphatic hydrocarbons 71.080.10 Alkaline secondary cells and batteries 29.220.30 Aluminium 49.025.20 Aluminium and aluminium alloys 77.120.10 Aluminium electrolytic capacitors 31.060.50 Aluminium ores 73.060.40 Aluminium products 77.150.10 Ambient atmospheres 13.040.20 Amplifiers 33.160.10 Anaesthetic, respiratory and reanimation equipment 11.040.10 Analysis of blood and urine 11.100.30 Analytical chemistry 71.040 Analytical chemistry in general 71.040.01 Anhydrides 71.080.50 Animal and vegetable fats and oils 67.200.10 Animal feeding stuffs 65.120 Animal husbandry and breeding 65.020.30 Animal produce in general 67.120.01 Application layer 35.100.70 Application of statistical methods 03.120.30 Applications of information technology 35.240 Applications of information technology in general 35.240.01 Aramide materials 59.100.30 Aromatic hydrocarbons 71.080.15 Astronomy. Geodesy. Geography 07.040 Audio systems 33.160.30 Audio, video and audiovisual engineering 33.160 Audio, video and audiovisual engineering in general 33.160.01 Automatic controls for household use 97.120 Auxiliary materials and additives for plastics 83.040.30

B

Balancing and balancing machines 21.120.40 Ball and plug valves 23.060.20 Barrels. Drums. Canisters 55.140 Bases 71.060.40 Bearings 21.100 Bearings in general 21.100.01 Beekeeping 65.140 Belt drives and their components 21.220.10 Beverages 67.160 Beverages in general 67.160.01 Binders 87.060.20 Binders. Sealing materials 91.100.50 Biological evaluation of medical devices 11.100.20 Biological properties of soil 13.080.30 Biological sources and alternative sources of energy 27.190 Biology. Botany. Zoology 07.080 Birth control. Mechanical contraceptives 11.200 Bodies and body components 43.040.60 Body care equipment 97.170 Boilers and heat exchangers 27.060.30 Bolts, screws, studs 21.060.10 Bolts, screws, studs 49.030.20 Boring and milling machines 25.080.20 Bottles. Pots. Jars 55.100 Braking systems 43.040.40 Brazing and soldering 25.160.50 Bridge construction 93.040 Broaching machines 25.080.30 Building accessories 91.190 Buildings 91.040 Buildings and installations for processing and storage of agricultural produce 65.040.20 Buildings for commerce and industry 91.040.20 Buildings in general 91.040.01 Burners and boilers in general 27.060.01 Burners. Boilers 27.060 Buses 43.080.20 Bushings 29.080.20 Butter 67.100.20

C

Cable distribution systems 33.060.40 Cable or rope drives and their components 21.220.20 Cables 29.060.20 Cableway equipment 45.100 Cadmium and cobalt products 77.150.70 Cadmium, cobalt and their alloys 77.120.70 Camping equipment and camp-sites 97.200.30 Cans. Tins. Tubes 55.120 Capacitors 31.060 Capacitors in general 31.060.01 Car informatics. On-board computer systems 43.040.15 Carbon materials 59.100.20 Cardboard 85.080.30 Cargo equipment 49.120 Cargo spaces 47.020.85 Cases. Boxes. Crates 55.160 Cassettes and cartridges for magnetic tapes 35.220.23 Ceilings. Floors. Stairs 91.060.30 Cellular materials 83.100 Cement. Gypsum. Lime. Mortar 91.100.10 Central heating systems 91.140.10 Ceramic and mica capacitors 31.060.20 Ceramic products 81.060.20 Ceramic tiles 91.100.23 Ceramics 81.060 Ceramics in general 81.060.01 Cereals, pulses and derived products 67.060 Chain drives and their components 21.220.30 Character sets and information coding 35.040 Character symbols 01.075 Characteristics and design of machines, apparatus, equipment 21.020 Cheese 67.100.30 Chemical analysis 71.040.40 Chemical analysis of metals 77.040.30 Chemical characteristics of soil 13.080.10 Chemical elements 71.060.10 Chemical laboratories. Laboratory equipment 71.040.10 Chemical reagents 71.040.30 Chemical technology 71 Chemical technology (Vocabularies) 01.040.71 Chemicals for industrial and domestic disinfection purposes 71.100.35 Chemicals for purification of water 71.100.80 Chimneys, shafts, ducts 91.060.40 Chipless working equipment 25.120 Chipless working equipment in general 25.120.01 Chocolate 67.190 Chromium ores 73.060.30 Cinematography 37.060 Cinematography in general 37.060.01 Civil engineering 93 Civil engineering (Vocabularies) 01.040.93 Civil engineering in general 93.010 Clamps and staples 21.060.70 Cleaning appliances 97.080 Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments 13.040.35 Clocks 39.040.20 Clothes 61.020 Clothing industry 61 Clothing industry (Vocabularies) 01.040.61 Coals 73.040 Coated fabrics 59.080.40 Coatings and related processes used in aerospace industry 49.040 Coaxial cables. Waveguides 33.120.10 Cocoa 67.140.30 Coffee and coffee substitutes 67.140.20 Colour coding 01.070 Colours and measurement of light 17.180.20 Columns 71.120.20 Commercial refrigerating appliances 97.130.20 Commercial vehicles 43.080 Commercial vehicles in general 43.080.01 Company organization and management 03.100 Company organization and management in general 03.100.01 Complete, filled transport packages 55.180.40 Components and accessories for telecommunication equipment 33.120 Components and accessories in general 33.120.01 Components for aerospace construction 49.035 Components for conveyors 53.040.20 Components for electrical equipment 29.100 Components for electrical equipment in general 29.100.01 Components for rotating machinery 29.160.10 Compressors and pneumatic machines 23.140 Computer graphics 35.140 Computer-aided design (CAD) 35.240.10 Concrete and concrete products 91.100.30 Concrete structures 91.080.40 Conduits for electrical purposes 29.120.10 Connecting devices 29.120.20 Construction drawings 01.100.30 Construction equipment 91.220 Construction industry 91.010 Construction industry in general 91.010.01 Construction materials 91.100 Construction materials 91.100.01 Construction materials and building 91 Construction materials and building (Vocabularies) 01.040.91 Construction of airports 93.120 Construction of railways 93.100 Construction of ropeways 93.110 Construction of waterways, ports and dykes 93.140 Construction technology 91.200 Continuous handling equipment 53.040 Continuous handling equipment in general 53.040.01 Contractual aspects 91.010.20 Control components 23.100.50 Control equipment for electric power systems 29.240.30 Conveyors 53.040.10 Cooking ranges, working tables, ovens and similar appliances 97.040.20 Cookware, cutlery and flatware 97.040.60 Cooling systems. Lubricating systems 43.060.30 Copper and copper alloys 77.120.30 Copper products 77.150.30 Cork and cork products 79.100 Corrosion of metals 77.060 Cosmetics. Toiletries 71.100.70 Couplings 21.120.20 Couplings 43.040.70 Cranes 53.020.20 Crude petroleum 75.040 Cryogenic vessels 23.020.40 Cutting tools 25.100 Cutting tools in general 25.100.01 Cycles 43.150 Cylinders 23.100.20

D

Data communication networks 33.040.40 Data link layer 35.100.20 Data storage devices 35.220 Data storage devices in general 35.220.01 Deck and other equipment and installations 47.020.50 Dental equipment 11.060.20 Dental implants 11.060.15 Dental instruments 11.060.25 Dental materials 11.060.10 Dentistry 11.060 Dentistry in general 11.060.01 Diagnostic equipment 11.040.55 Diagnostic, maintenance and test equipment 43.180 Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) 33.070.30 Diodes 31.080.10 Dishwashers 97.040.40 Disinfectants and antiseptics 11.080.20 Distribution and vending machines 55.230 Dividing and tool-workpiece holding devices 25.060.20 Document imaging applications 37.080 Documents in administration, commerce and industry 01.140.30 Domestic and commercial equipment. Entertainment. Sports 97 Domestic and commercial equipment. Entertainment. Sports (Vocabularies) 01.040.97 Domestic electrical appliances in general 97.030 Domestic safety 13.120 Domestic, commercial and industrial heating appliances 97.100 Domestic, commercial and industrial heating appliances in general 97.100.01 Doors and windows 91.060.50 Drainage systems 91.140.80 Drawing equipment 01.100.40 Drilling machines 25.080.40 Drills, countersinks, reamers 25.100.30 Drinking water 13.060.20 Dyeing and finishing equipment 59.120.50

E

Earth-moving machinery 53.100 Earthworks. Excavations. Foundation construction. Underground works 93.020 Ecolabelling 13.020.50 Edible oils and fats. Oilseeds 67.200 Education 03.180 Electric and electronic equipment 43.040.10 Electric filters 31.160 Electric furnaces 25.180.10 Electric heaters 97.100.10 Electric oscillation 29.300 Electric road vehicles 43.120 Electric tools 25.140.20 Electric traction equipment 29.280 Electrical accessories 29.120 Electrical accessories in general 29.120.01 Electrical and electromechanical components 29.100.20 Electrical and electronic testing 19.080 Electrical and electronics engineering drawings 01.100.25 Electrical engineering 29 Electrical engineering (Vocabularies) 01.040.29 Electrical engineering in general 29.020 Electrical equipment for ships or marine structures 47.020.60 Electrical equipment for working in special conditions 29.260 Electrical equipment for working in special conditions in general 29.260.01 Electrical equipment. Control systems 43.060.50 Electrical installations for explosive atmospheres 29.260.20 Electrical installations for outdoor use 29.260.10 Electrical wires and cables 29.060 Electrical wires and cables in general 29.060.01 Electricity supply system 91.140.50 Electricity. Magnetism. Electrical and magnetic measurements 17.220 Electricity. Magnetism. General aspects 17.220.01 Electroacoustics 17.140.50 Electrochemical machines 25.120.40 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) 33.100 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) in general 33.100.01 Electromechanical components for electronic and telecommunications equipment 31.220 Electromechanical components for electronic and telecommunications equipment in general 31.220.01 Electronic component assemblies 31.190 Electronic components in general 31.020 Electronic display devices 31.120 Electronic tubes 31.100 Electronics 31 Electronics (Vocabularies) 01.040.31 Elements of buildings 91.060 Elements of buildings in general 91.060.01 Emission 33.100.10 Enamels 25.220.50 Energy and heat transfer engineering 27 Energy and heat transfer engineering (Vocabularies) 01.040.27 Energy and heat transfer engineering in general 27.010 Engine block and internal components 43.060.10 Environment and health protection. Safety 13 Environment and health protection. Safety (Vocabularies) 01.040.13 Environment, environmental protection and safety 13.020 Environment, environmental protection and safety in general 13.020.01 Environmental economics 13.020.20 Environmental impact assessment 13.020.30 Environmental management 13.020.10 Environmental projects 13.020.70 Environmental testing 19.040 Equipment for children 97.190 Equipment for drilling and mine excavation 73.100.30 Equipment for entertainment 97.200 Equipment for entertainment in general 97.200.01 Equipment for manual handling 53.120 Equipment for petroleum and natural gas industries 75.180 Equipment for petroleum and natural gas industries in general 75.180.01 Equipment for processing of minerals 73.120 Equipment for railway/cableway construction and maintenance 45.120 Equipment for storage, preparation and distribution of fertilizers 65.060.25 Equipment for telex, teletext, telefax 33.050.30 Equipment for the chemical industry 71.120 Equipment for the chemical industry in general 71.120.01 Equipment for the glass and ceramics industries 81.100 Equipment for the metallurgical industry 77.180 Equipment for the paper industry 85.100 Equipment for the rubber and plastics industries 83.200 Ergonomics 13.180 Essential oils 71.100.60 Esters 71.080.70 Examination of soil in general 13.080.05 Examination of water for biological properties 13.060.70 Examination of water for chemical substances 13.060.50 Examination of water for physical properties 13.060.60 Examination of water in general 13.060.45 Exploratory and extraction equipment 75.180.10 Explosion protection 13.230 Explosives. Pyrotechnics and fireworks 71.100.30 Exterior building lighting 91.160.20 External sewerage systems 93.030 External structures 91.090 External water conveyance systems 93.025 Extraction and processing of petroleum and natural gas 75.020

F

Farm buildings and installations in general 65.040.01 Farm buildings, structures and installations 65.040 Farming and forestry 65.020 Farming and forestry in general 65.020.01 Fasteners 21.060 Fasteners for aerospace construction 49.030 Fasteners in general 21.060.01 Fasteners in general 49.030.01 Ferroalloys 77.100 Ferrous alloys in general 49.025.05 Ferrous metals 77.080 Ferrous metals in general 77.080.01 Fertilizers 65.080 Fibre optic communications 33.180 Fibre optic interconnecting devices 33.180.20 Fibre optic systems in general 33.180.01 Fibreboard and particleboard 79.060.20 Fibres and cables 33.180.10 Files 25.100.60 Films and sheets 83.140.10 Filters, seals and contamination of fluids 23.100.60 Finances. Banking. Monetary systems. Insurance 03.060 Fire protection 13.220.20 Fire resistance of building materials and elements 13.220.50 Firefighting 13.220.10 First aid 11.160 Fish and fishery products 67.120.30 Fishing and fish breeding 65.150 Fissile materials and nuclear fuel technology 27.120.30 Fixed capacitors 31.060.10 Fixed resistors 31.040.10 Flanges, couplings and joints 23.040.60 Flat steel products and semi-products 77.140.50 Flexible drives and transmissions 21.220 Flexible drives and transmissions in general 21.220.01 Flow in closed conduits 17.120.10 Flow in open channels 17.120.20 Fluid power systems 23.100 Fluid power systems in general 23.100.01 Fluid storage devices 23.020 Fluid storage devices in general 23.020.01 Fluid systems and components for general use 23 Fluid systems and components for general use (Vocabularies) 01.040.23 Fluorescent lamps. Discharge lamps 29.140.30 Food additives 67.220.20 Food microbiology 07.100.30 Food products in general 67.040 Food technology 67 Food technology (Vocabularies) 01.040.67 Food testing and analysis 67.050 Footwear 61.060 Forestry equipment 65.060.80 Forging equipment. Presses. Shears 25.120.10 Forgings 77.140.85 Freight distribution of goods 55.180 Freight distribution of goods in general 55.180.01 Fruits and derived products 67.080.10 Fruits and vegetables 67.080 Fruits and vegetables in general 67.080.01 Fuel cells 27.070 Fuel furnaces 25.180.20 Fuel systems 43.060.40 Fuels 75.160 Fuels in general 75.160.01 Fungicides 65.100.30 Furniture 97.140 Fuses and other overcurrent protection devices 29.120.50

G

Galvanic cells and batteries 29.220 Galvanic cells and batteries in general 29.220.01 Gas and steam turbines. Steam engines 27.040 Gas fuel burners 27.060.20 Gas heaters 97.100.20 Gas supply systems 91.140.40 Gaseous fuels 75.160.30 Gases for industrial application 71.100.20 Gate valves 23.060.30 Gears 21.200 General purpose containers 55.180.10 General purpose pallets 55.180.20 General standards related to fire protection 13.220.01 General standards related to shipbuilding and marine structures 47.020.01 Generalities. Terminology. Standardization. Documentation 01 Generalities. Terminology. Standardization. Documentation (Vocabularies) 01.040.01 Generating sets 29.160.40 Generators 29.160.20 Geology. Meteorology. Hydrology 07.060 Geotextiles 59.080.70 Glas and ceramics industries (Vocabularies) 01.040.81 Glass 81.040 Glass and ceramic insulating materials 29.035.30 Glass and ceramics industry 81 Glass in building 81.040.20 Glass in general 81.040.01 Glass products 81.040.30 Glazing and wiper systems 43.040.65 Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) 33.070.50 Globe valves 23.060.10 Graphic technology 37.100 Graphic technology in general 37.100.01 Graphical symbols 01.080 Graphical symbols for use on electrical and electronics engineering technical drawings, diagrams, plans and in relevant technical product documentation 01.080.40 Graphical symbols for use on information technology and telecommunications technical drawings and relevant technical product documentation 01.080.50 Graphical symbols for use on mechanical engineering technical drawings, diagrams, plans, maps and in relevant technical product documentation 01.080.30 Graphical symbols for use on specific equipment 01.080.20 Graphical symbols in general 01.080.01 Greenhouses and other installations 65.040.30 Grinding and polishing machines 25.080.50 Ground service and maintenance equipment 49.100

H

Halogenated hydrocarbons 71.080.20 Hand and arm protection 13.340.40 Hand-held tools 25.140 Hand-held tools in general 25.140.01 Hand-operated tools 25.140.30 Harvesting equipment 65.060.50 Haulage and hoisting equipment 73.100.40 Head protective equipment 13.340.20 Headgear. Clothing accessories. Fastening of clothing 61.040 Health care technology 11 Health care technology (Vocabularies) 01.040.11 Heat exchangers 71.120.30 Heat pumps 27.080 Heat recovery. Thermal insulation 27.220 Heat treatment 25.200 Heat. Calorimetry 17.200.10 Heaters using other sources of energy 97.100.99 Heat-treatable steels 77.140.10 Herbicides 65.100.20 High voltage switchgear and controlgear 29.130.10 Hinges, eyelets and other articulated joints 21.080 Home economics in general 97.020 Home textiles. Linen 97.160 Horology 39.040 Horology in general 39.040.01 Horticultural equipment 65.060.70 Hoses 83.140.40 Hoses and hose assemblies 23.040.70 Hospital equipment 11.140 Household refrigerating appliances 97.040.30 Housings, enclosures, other machine parts 21.180 Hulls and their structure elements 47.020.10 Hunting 65.145 Hydraulic construction 93.160 Hydraulic energy engineering 27.140 Hydraulic fluids 75.120 Hydrogen technologies 27.075 Hydrological properties of soil 13.080.40

I

Ice cream and ice confectionery 67.100.40 Identification cards and related devices 35.240.15 Ignitability and burning behaviour of materials and products 13.220.40 Image technology 37 Image technology (Vocabularies) 01.040.37 Immunity 33.100.20 Implants for surgery, prosthetics and orthotics 11.040.40 In vitro diagnostic test systems 11.100.10 Incandescent lamps 29.140.20 Inch screw threads 21.040.20 Indicating and control devices 43.040.30 Indoor sports equipment 97.220.30 Industrial automation systems 25.040 Industrial automation systems in general 25.040.01 Industrial furnaces 25.180 Industrial furnaces in general 25.180.01 Industrial process measurement and control 25.040.40 Industrial robots. Manipulators 25.040.30 Industrial services 03.080.10 Industrial trucks 53.060 Information sciences 01.140.20 Information sciences. Publishing 01.140 Information technology in general 35.020 Information technology. Office machines 35 Information technology. Office machines (Vocabularies) 01.040.35 Inks. Printing inks 87.080 Inland navigation vessels 47.060 Inorganic chemicals 71.060 Inorganic chemicals in general 71.060.01 Insecticides 65.100.10 Installations and equipment for waste disposal and treatment 13.030.40 Installations in buildings 91.140 Installations in buildings in general 91.140.01 Insulating fluids 29.040 Insulating fluids in general 29.040.01 Insulating gases 29.040.20 Insulating materials 29.035 Insulating materials in general 29.035.01 Insulating oils 29.040.10 Insulation 29.080 Insulation in general 29.080.01 Insulation systems 29.080.30 Insulators 29.080.10 Integrated circuits. Microelectronics 31.200 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) 33.080 Interface and interconnection equipment 35.200 Interior finishing 91.180 Interior lighting 91.160.10 Internal combustion engines 27.020 Internal combustion engines for road vehicles 43.060 Internal combustion engines for road vehicles in general 43.060.01 Iron and steel castings 77.140.80 Iron and steel pipes 23.040.10 Iron and steel products 77.140 Iron and steel products in general 77.140.01 Iron ores 73.060.10 Irons 77.080.10 Irrigation and drainage equipment 65.060.35 IT applications in banking 35.240.40 IT applications in health care technology 35.240.80 IT applications in industry 35.240.50 IT applications in information, documentation and publishing 35.240.30 IT applications in office work 35.240.20 IT applications in other fields 35.240.99 IT applications in science 35.240.70 IT applications in transport and trade 35.240.60 IT terminal and other peripheral equipment 35.180 Items of art and handicraft 97.195

J

Jewellery 39.060

K

Keys and keyways, splines 21.120.30 Kitchen equipment 97.040 Kitchen equipment in general 97.040.01 Kitchen furniture 97.040.10 Knitting machines 59.120.40

L

Laborgeräte 71.040.20 Laboratory medicine 11.100 Laboratory medicine in general 11.100.01 Laboratory ware and related apparatus 71.040.20 Labour. Employment 03.040 Ladders 97.145 Laminated sheets 83.140.20 Lamp caps and holders 29.140.10 Lamps and related equipment 29.140 Lamps and related equipment in general 29.140.01 Landscaping and silviculture 65.020.40 Languages used in information technology 35.060 Latex and raw rubber 83.040.10 Lathes 25.080.10 Laundry appliances 97.060 Law. Administration 03.160 Lead, zinc and tin products 77.150.60 Lead, zinc, tin and their alloys 77.120.60 Leather and furs 59.140.30 Leather products 59.140.35 Leather technology 59.140 Leather technology in general 59.140.01 Leg and foot protection 13.340.50 Legal aspects 91.010.10 Leisure. Tourism 03.200 Lifejackets, buoyancy aids and floating devices 13.340.70 Lifting and cargo handling systems 47.020.40 Lifting appliances in general 53.020.01 Lifting equipment 53.020 Lifts. Escalators 91.140.90 Lighting 91.160 Lighting in general 91.160.01 Lighting installation systems 29.140.50 Lighting, signalling and warning devices 43.040.20 Lightning protection 91.120.40 Limits and fits 17.040.10 Linear and angular measurements 17.040 Linear and angular measurements in general 17.040.01 Lines, connections and circuits 33.040.50 Liquid and solid fuel burners 27.060.10 Liquid fuel heaters 97.100.40 Liquid fuels 75.160.20 Liquid wastes. Sludge 13.030.20 Livestock buildings, installations and equipment 65.040.10 Looms. Weaving machines 59.120.30 Low voltage switchgear and controlgear 29.130.20 Lubricants, industrial oils and related products 75.100 Lubrication systems 21.260 Luminaires 29.140.40

M

Machine tools 25.080 Machine tools in general 25.080.01 Machine tools systems 25.060 Machine tools systems in general 25.060.01 Machines and equipment for leather and fur production 59.140.40 Machining centres 25.040.10 Magnesium and magnesium alloys 77.120.20 Magnesium products 77.150.20 Magnetic components 29.100.10 Magnetic disks 35.220.21 Magnetic materials 29.030 Magnetic storage devices 35.220.20 Magnetic tapes 35.220.22 Management of human resources 03.100.30 Manganese ores 73.060.20 Man-made fibres 59.060.20 Manufacturing engineering 25 Manufacturing engineering (Vocabularies) 01.040.25 Manufacturing forming processes 25.020 Manufacturing processes in the rubber and plastics industries 83.020 Marine engines and propulsion systems 47.020.20 Marine ventilation, air-conditioning and heating systems 47.020.90 Masonry 91.080.30 Materials and articles in contact with foodstuff 67.250 Materials and components for railway engineering 45.040 Materials and components for shipbuilding 47.020.05 Materials for aerospace construction 49.025 Materials for aerospace construction in general 49.025.01 Materials for aluminium production 71.100.10 Materials for graphic technology 37.100.20 Materials for the reinforcement of composites 59.100 Materials for the reinforcement of composites in general 59.100.01 Materials handling equipment 53 Materials handling equipment (Vocabularies) 01.040.53 Mathematics 07.020 Mathematics. Natural sciences 07 Mathematics. Natural sciences (Vocabularies) 01.040.07 Measurement of electrical and magnetic quantities 17.220.20 Measurement of fluid flow 17.120 Measurement of fluid flow in general 17.120.01 Measurement of force, weight and pressure 17.100 Measurement of time, velocity, acceleration, angular velocity 17.080 Measurement of volume, mass, density, viscosity 17.060 Measuring instruments 17.040.30 Meat and meat products 67.120.10 Meat, meat products and other animal produce 67.120 Mechanical engineering drawings 01.100.20 Mechanical structures for electronic equipment 31.240 Mechanical systems and components for general use (Vocabularies) 01.040.21 Mechanical testing 19.060 Mechanical testing of metals 77.040.10 Mechnical systems and components for general use 21 Medical equipment 11.040 Medical equipment in general 11.040.01 Medical microbiology 07.100.10 Medical sciences and health care facilities in general 11.020 Medicaments 11.120.10 Metal fittings 23.040.40 Metal structures 91.080.10 Metallic coatings 25.220.40 Metalliferrous minerals and their concentrates 73.060 Metalliferrous minerals and their concentrates in general 73.060.01 Metallurgy 77 Metallurgy (Vocabularies) 01.040.77 Metric screw threads 21.040.10 Metrology and measurement in general 17.020 Metrology and measurement. Physical phenomena 17 Metrology and measurement. Physical phenomena (Vocabularies) 01.040.17 Mica based insulating materials 29.035.50 Microbiology 07.100 Microbiology in general 07.100.01 Microbiology of water 07.100.20 Microprocessor systems 35.160 Military engineering 95 Military engineering (Vocabularies) 01.040.95 Military engineering. Military affairs. Weapons 95.020 Milk and milk products 67.100 Milk and milk products in general 67.100.01 Milk and processed milk products 67.100.10 Milling tools 25.100.20 Mineral and metal fibres 59.060.30 Mineral materials and products 91.100.15 Mining and minerals 73 Mining and minerals (Vocabularies) 01.040.73 Mining and quarrying 73.020 Mining equipment 73.100 Mining equipment in general 73.100.01 Miscellaneous 99 Miscellaneous domestic and commercial equipment 97.180 Mobile services 33.070 Mobile services in general 33.070.01 Modular units and other devices 25.060.10 Motion picture equipment 37.060.10 Motion picture films. Cartridges 37.060.20 Motorcycles and mopeds 43.140 Motors 29.160.30 Moulding equipment 25.120.30 Multilayer applications 35.100.05 Multimedia systems and teleconferencing equipment 33.160.60 Musical instruments 97.200.20

N

Natural fibres 59.060.10 Natural gas 75.060 Navigation and control equipment 47.020.70 Network layer 35.100.30 Networking 35.110 Nickel and chromium products 77.150.40 Nickel, chromium and their alloys 77.120.40 Noise emitted by machines and equipment 17.140.20 Noise emitted by means of transport 17.140.30 Noise with respect to human beings 13.140 Non-alcoholic beverages 67.160.20 Non-destructive testing 19.100 Non-destructive testing of metals 77.040.20 Non-ferrous alloys in general 49.025.15 Non-ferrous metal pipes 23.040.15 Non-ferrous metals 77.120 Non-ferrous metals in general 77.120.01 Non-metalliferrous minerals 73.080 Non-textile floor coverings 97.150 Nuclear energy engineering 27.120 Nuclear energy in general 27.120.01 Nuclear power plants. Safety 27.120.20 Numerically controlled machines 25.040.20 Nuts 21.060.20 Nuts 49.030.30

O

Occupational safety. Industrial hygiene 13.100 Office machines 35.260 Office paper 85.080.10 Oilseeds 67.200.20 On-board equipment and instruments 49.090 Open systems interconnection (OSI) 35.100 Open systems interconnection in general 35.100.01 Ophthalmic equipment 11.040.70 Optic amplifiers 33.180.30 Optical equipment 37.020 Optical measuring instruments 17.180.30 Optical storage devices 35.220.30 Optics and optical measurement 17.180 Optics and optical measurement in general 17.180.01 Optoelectronics. Laser equipment 31.260 Organic acids 71.080.40 Organic chemicals 71.080 Organic chemicals in general 71.080.01 Organic coatings 25.220.60 Organic nitrogen compounds 71.080.30 Other agricultural machines and equipment 65.060.99 Other animal produce 67.120.99 Other aspects 91.010.99 Other aspects related to EMC 33.100.99 Other audio, video and audiovisual equipment 33.160.99 Other buildings 91.040.99 Other capacitors 31.060.99 Other cells and batteries 29.220.99 Other chipless working equipment 25.120.99 Other commercial vehicles 43.080.99 Other components and accessories 33.120.99 Other components and systems of internal combustion engines 43.060.99 Other components for electrical equipment 29.100.99 Other construction materials 91.100.99 Other continuous handling equipment 53.040.99 Other cutting tools 25.100.99 Other data storage devices 35.220.99 Other electrical accessories 29.120.99 Other electrical equipment for working in special conditions 29.260.99 Other electromechanical components 31.220.99 Other elements of buildings 91.060.99 Other equipment for entertainment 97.200.99 Other equipment for petroleum and natural gas industries 75.180.99 Other equipment for radiocommunications 33.060.99 Other equipment for telecommunication systems 33.040.99 Other equipment for the chemical industry 71.120.99 Other equipment related to power transmission and distribution networks 29.240.99 Other fasteners 21.060.99 Other fasteners 49.030.99 Other fibre optic equipment 33.180.99 Other flexible drives and transmissions 21.220.99 Other fluid power system components 23.100.99 Other fluid storage devices 23.020.99 Other forms of transport 03.220.99 Other graphical symbols 01.080.99 Other hand-held tools 25.140.99 Other industrial automation systems 25.040.99 Other inorganic chemicals 71.060.99 Other installations in buildings 91.140.99 Other insulating fluids 29.040.99 Other insulating materials 29.035.99 Other iron and steel products 77.140.99 Other kitchen equipment 97.040.99 Other lifting equipment 53.020.99 Other machine tools 25.080.99 Other machine tools systems 25.060.99 Other materials 49.025.99 Other materials for the reinforcement of composites 59.100.99 Other medical equipment 11.040.99 Other metalliferrous minerals 73.060.99 Other methods of testing metals 77.040.99 Other milk products 67.100.99 Other mining equipment 73.100.99 Other mobile services 33.070.99 Other non-ferrous metals and their alloys 77.120.99 Other organic chemicals 71.080.99 Other paint ingredients 87.060.99 Other paper products 85.080.99 Other pesticides and agrochemicals 65.100.99 Other pipeline components 23.040.99 Other products of non-ferrous metals 77.150.99 Other products of the chemical industry 71.100.99 Other products of the textile industry 59.080.99 Other protective equipment 13.340.99 Other resistors 31.040.99 Other road vehicle systems 43.040.99 Other rubber and plastic products 83.140.99 Other semiconductor devices 31.080.99 Other services 03.080.99 Other shop fittings 97.130.99 Other sports equipment and facilities 97.220.99 Other standards related to acoustics 17.140.99 Other standards related to aids for disabled or handicapped persons 11.180.99 Other standards related to air quality 13.040.99 Other standards related to analytical chemistry 71.040.99 Other standards related to ceramics 81.060.99 Other standards related to cinematography 37.060.99 Other standards related to company organization and management 03.100.99 Other standards related to electricity and magnetism 17.220.99 Other standards related to environmental protection 13.020.99 Other standards related to farm buildings and installations 65.040.99 Other standards related to farming and forestry 65.020.99 Other standards related to fire protection 13.220.99 Other standards related to freight distribution of goods 55.180.99 Other standards related to graphic technology 37.100.99 Other standards related to insulators 29.080.99 Other standards related to laboratory medicine 11.100.99 Other standards related to leather technology 59.140.99 Other standards related to microbiology 07.100.99 Other standards related to nuclear energy 27.120.99 Other standards related to optics and optical measurements 17.180.99 Other standards related to pharmaceutics 11.120.99 Other standards related to photography 37.040.99 Other standards related to protection of and in buildings 91.120.99 Other standards related to quality 03.120.99 Other standards related to road engineering 93.080.99 Other standards related to shafts and couplings 21.120.99 Other standards related to shipbuilding and marine structures 47.020.99 Other standards related to soil quality 13.080.99 Other standards related to sterilization 11.080.99 Other standards related to technical drawings 01.100.99 Other standards related to thermodynamics 17.200.99 Other standards related to wastes 13.030.99 Other standards related to water quality 13.060.99 Other standards relating to lamps 29.140.99 Other standards relating to linear and angular measurements 17.040.99 Other standards relating to rotating machinery 29.160.99 Other structures 91.080.99 Other switchgear and controlgear 29.130.99 Other telecommunication terminal equipment 33.050.99 Other textile fibres 59.060.99 Other textile machinery 59.120.99 Other time-measuring instruments 39.040.99 Other treatments and coatings 25.220.99 Other tyres 83.160.99 Other valves 23.060.99 Other wood-based panels 79.060.99 Other woodworking equipment 79.120.99 Outdoor and water sports equipment 97.220.40 Oxides 71.060.20

P

Paletten 55.180.20 Packaging and distibution of goods in general 55.020 Packaging and distribution of goods 55 Packaging and distribution of goods (Vocabularies) 01.040.55 Packaging machinery 55.200 Packaging materials and accessories 55.040 Paging equipment 33.050.20 Paging systems 33.070.20 Paint and colour industries 87 Paint and colour industries (Vocabularies) 01.040.87 Paint coating equipment 87.100 Paint coating processes 87.020 Paint ingredients 87.060 Paint ingredients in general 87.060.01 Paints and varnishes 87.040 Paper and board 85.060 Paper and board insulating materials 29.035.10 Paper and plastic capacitors 31.060.30 Paper cards and tapes 35.220.10 Paper production processes 85.020 Paper products 85.080 Paper products in general 85.080.01 Paper technology 85 Paper technology (Vocabularies) 01.040.85 Particle size analysis. Sieving 19.120 Passenger and cabin equipment 49.095 Passenger cars. Caravans and light trailers 43.100 Patents. Intellectual property 03.140 Pesticides and other agrochemicals 65.100 Pesticides and other agrochemicals 65.100.01 Petroleum and related technologies 75 Petroleum and related technologies (Vocabularies) 01.040.75 Petroleum products in general 75.080 Petroleum, petroleum products and natural gas handling equipment 75.200 Pharmaceutics 11.120 Pharmaceutics 11.120.01 Phenols 71.080.90 Photographic chemicals 37.040.30 Photographic equipment. Projectors 37.040.10 Photographic paper, film and plates. Cartridges 37.040.20 Photography 37.040 Photography in general 37.040.01 Physical layer 35.100.10 Physical planning. Town planning 91.020 Physical properties of soil 13.080.20 Physicochemical methods of analysis 71.040.50 Physics. Chemistry 07.030 Piezoelectric devices 31.140 Pigments and extenders 87.060.10 Pins, nails 21.060.50 Pins. Nails 49.030.40 Pipeline components and pipelines 23.040 Pipeline components and pipelines in general 23.040.01 Pipes and fittings of other materials 23.040.50 Piping and couplings 23.100.40 Piping systems 47.020.30 Plain bearings 21.100.10 Planing machines 25.080.25 Plant care equipment 65.060.40 Plant growing 65.020.20 Plants and articles for the food industry 67.260 Plastic and rubber insulating materials 29.035.20 Plastic fittings 23.040.45 Plastic pipes 23.040.20 Plastic pipes and fittings for non-fluid use 83.140.30 Plastics 83.080 Plastics in general 83.080.01 Playgrounds 97.200.40 Plug-and-socket devices 31.220.10 Plugs, socket-outlets, couplers 29.120.30 Plywood 79.060.10 Pneumatic tools 25.140.10 Pneumatic transport and its components 53.040.30 Pollution, pollution control and conservation 13.020.40 Postal services 03.240 Potentiometers, variable resistors 31.040.20 Poultry and eggs 67.120.20 Powder metallurgy 77.160 Power capacitors 31.060.70 Power stations in general 27.100 Power transmission and distribution lines 29.240.20 Power transmission and distribution networks 29.240 Power transmission and distribution networks in general 29.240.01 Powerline telecommunications 33.040.60 Precision mechanics 39.020 Precision mechanics. Jewellery 39 Precision mechanics. Jewellery (Vocabularies) 01.040.39 Prepackaged and prepared foods 67.230 Presentation layer 35.100.60 Pressure charging and air/exhaust gas ducting systems 43.060.20 Pressure regulators 23.060.40 Pressure vessels, gas cylinders 23.020.30 Primary cells and batteries 29.220.10 Printed circuits and boards 31.180 Processes and auxiliary materials 59.140.10 Processes in the food industry 67.020 Processes in the glass and ceramics industries 81.020 Processes in the textile industry 59.020 Processing equipment 75.180.20 Product and company certification. Conformity assessment 03.120.20 Product life-cycles 13.020.60 Production in the chemical industry 71.020 Production of metals 77.020 Production. Production management 03.100.50 Products in fibre-reinforced cement 91.100.40 Products of non-ferrous metals 77.150 Products of non-ferrous metals in general 77.150.01 Products of the chemical industry 71.100 Products of the chemical industry in general 71.100.01 Products of the textile industry 59.080 Properties of surfaces 17.040.20 Protection against crime 13.310 Protection against dangerous goods 13.300 Protection against electric shock. Live working 13.260 Protection against excessive pressure 13.240 Protection against falling and slipping 13.340.60 Protection against fire 13.220 Protection of and in buildings 91.120 Protection of and in buildings in general 91.120.01 Protective clothing 13.340.10 Protective equipment 13.340 Protective equipment in general 13.340.01 Public buildings 91.040.10 Public information symbols 01.080.10 Publishing 01.140.40 Pulps 85.040 Pumps 23.080 Pumps and motors 23.100.10 Purchasing. Procurement. Management of stock 03.100.10

Q

Quality 03.120 Quality in general 03.120.01 Quality management and quality assurance 03.120.10 Quantities and units 01.060

R

R.F. connectors 33.120.30 Radiation measurements 17.240 Radiation protection 13.280 Radio receivers 33.160.20 Radio relay and fixed satellite communications systems 33.060.30 Radiocommunications 33.060 Radiocommunications in general 33.060.01 Radiographic equipment 11.040.50 Radiographic films 37.040.25 Rails and railway components 45.080 Railway engineering 45 Railway engineering (Vocabularies) 01.040.45 Railway engineering in general 45.020 Railway rolling stock 45.060 Railway rolling stock in general 45.060.01 Raw materials 81.060.10 Raw materials and raw glass 81.040.10 Raw materials for rubber and plastics 83.040 Raw materials for rubber and plastics in general 83.040.01 Raw skins, hides and pelts 59.140.20 Reaction vessels and their components 71.120.10 Reactor engineering 27.120.10 Receiving and transmitting equipment 33.060.20 Rectifiers. Converters. Stabilized power supply 29.200 Recycling 13.030.50 Refractories 81.080 Refrigerants and antifreezes 71.100.45 Refrigerating technology 27.200 Reinforced plastics 83.120 Relays 29.120.70 Reproduction equipment 37.100.10 Research and development 03.100.40 Residential buildings 91.040.30 Resistors 31.040 Resistors in general 31.040.01 Respiratory protective equipment 13.340.30 Rings, bushes, sleeves, collars 21.060.60 Rivets 21.060.40 Rivets 49.030.60 Road construction 93.080.10 Road construction materials 93.080.20 Road engineering 93.080 Road engineering in general 93.080.01 Road equipment and installations 93.080.30 Road transport 03.220.20 Road vehicle engineering 43 Road vehicle engineering (Vocabularies) 01.040.43 Road vehicle systems 43.040 Road vehicle systems in general 43.040.01 Road vehicle tyres 83.160.10 Road vehicles in general 43.020 Rolling bearings 21.100.20 Rolling, extruding and drawing equipment 25.120.20 Roofs 91.060.20 Ropes 59.080.50 Rotary-reciprocating mechanisms and their parts 21.240 Rotating machinery 29.160 Rotating machinery in general 29.160.01 Rubber 83.060 Rubber and plastic products 83.140 Rubber and plastic products in general 83.140.01 Rubber and plastics 49.025.40 Rubber and plastics industries 83 Rubber and plastics industries (Vocabularies) 01.040.83 Rubber compounding ingredients 83.040.20

S

Sacks. Bags 55.080 Safety installations and restraint systems 43.040.80 Safety of machinery 13.110 Salts 71.060.50 Sanitary installations 91.140.70 Satellite 33.070.40 Sawing machines 25.080.60 Saws 25.100.40 Screw threads 21.040 Screw threads 49.030.10 Screw threads in general 21.040.01 Seagoing vessels 47.040 Seals 83.140.50 Seals for pipe and hose assemblies 23.040.80 Seals, glands 21.140 Seismic and vibration protection 91.120.25 Semiconducting materials 29.045 Semiconductor devices 31.080 Semiconductor devices in general 31.080.01 Semi-manufactures of timber 79.080 Sensory analysis 67.240 Services 03.080 Services for companies 03.080.20 Services for consumers 03.080.30 Services in general 03.080.01 Services. Company organization, management and quality. Administration. Transport. Sociology (Vocabularies) 01.040.03 Services. Company organization, management and quality. Administration. Transport. Sociology 03 Session layer 35.100.50 Sewage water 13.060.30 Sewing machines and other equipment for the clothing industry 61.080 Shafts 21.120.10 Shafts and couplings 21.120 Shafts and couplings in general 21.120.01 Shelving 97.130.10 Shipbuilding and marine structures 47 Shipbuilding and marine structures (Vocabularies) 01.040.47 Shipbuilding and marine structures in general 47.020 Shop fittings 97.130 Shop fittings in general 97.130.01 Silicones 71.100.55 Small craft 47.080 Small kitchen appliances 97.040.50 Sociology. Demography 03.020 Software 35.080 Soil quality in general 13.080.01 Soil quality. Pedology 13.080 Soil-working equipment 65.060.20 Solar energy engineering 27.160 Solid fuel heaters 97.100.30 Solid fuels 75.160.10 Solid wastes 13.030.10 Solvents 87.060.30 Sowing and planting equipment 65.060.30 Space systems and operations 49.140 Special measuring equipment for use in telecommunications 33.140 Special screw threads 21.040.30 Special wastes 13.030.30 Special-purpose vehicles 43.160 Spices and condiments 67.220.10 Spices and condiments. Food additives 67.220 Spinning, twisting and texturing machines 59.120.10 Spools. Bobbins 55.060 Sports equipment and facilities 97.220 Sports equipment and facilities in general 97.220.01 Sports facilities 97.220.10 Spring steels 77.140.25 Springs 21.160 Standardization. General rules 01.120 Starch and derived products 67.180.20 Stationary containers and tanks 23.020.10 Stationary source emissions 13.040.40 Steel bars and rods 77.140.60 Steel profiles 77.140.70 Steel tubes 77.140.75 Steel wire, wire ropes and link chains 77.140.65 Steels 49.025.10 Steels 77.080.20 Steels for pressure purposes 77.140.30 Steels for reinforcement of concrete 77.140.15 Steels of high quality 77.140.20 Steels with special magnetic properties 77.140.40 Sterilization and disinfection 11.080 Sterilization and disinfection in general 11.080.01 Sterilized packages 11.080.30 Sterilizing equipment 11.080.10 Storage equipment 53.080 Storing. Warehousing 55.220 Street lighting and related equipment 93.080.40 Structure and structure elements 49.045 Structures of buildings 91.080 Structures of buildings in general 91.080.01 Substations. Surge arresters 29.240.10 Sugar and sugar products 67.180.10 Sugar. Sugar products. Starch 67.180 Superconductivity and conducting materials 29.050 Surface active agents 71.100.40 Surface preparation 25.220.10 Surface treatment 25.220.20 Surface treatment and coating 25.220 Surface treatment and coating in general 25.220.01 Surgical instruments and materials 11.040.30 Switches 29.120.40 Switches 31.220.20 Switchgear and controlgear 29.130 Switchgear and controlgear in general 29.130.01 Switching and signalling systems 33.040.30 Syringes. Needles. Catheters 11.040.25

T

Tantalum electrolytic capacitors 31.060.40 Taps and threading dies 25.100.50 Tea 67.140.10 Tea. Coffee. Cocoa 67.140 Technical aspects 91.010.30 Technical drawings 01.100 Technical drawings for telecommunications and information technology fields 01.100.27 Technical drawings in general 01.100.01 Technical product documentation 01.110 Telecommunication services. Applications 33.030 Telecommunication systems 33.040 Telecommunication systems 33.040.01 Telecommunication terminal equipment 33.050 Telecommunication terminal equipment in general 33.050.01 Telecommunications in general 33.020 Telecommunications. Audio and video engineering 33 Telecommunications. Audio and video engineering (Vocabularies) 01.040.33 Telecontrol. Telemetering 33.200 Telephone equipment 33.050.10 Telephone networks 33.040.35 Television and radio broadcasting 33.170 Television receivers 33.160.25 Temperature-measuring instruments 17.200.20 Terminology (principles and coordination) 01.020 Terracotta building products 91.100.25 Terrestrial Trunked radio (TETRA) 33.070.10 Test conditions and procedures in general 19.020 Testing 19 Testing (Vocabularies) 01.040.19 Testing of metals 77.040 Testing of metals in general 77.040.01 Textile and leather technology 59 Textile and leather technology (Vocabularies) 01.040.59 Textile auxiliary materials 59.040 Textile fabrics 59.080.30 Textile fibres 59.060 Textile fibres in general 59.060.01 Textile floor coverings 59.080.60 Textile glass 59.100.10 Textile machinery 59.120 Textile machinery in general 59.120.01 Textiles 49.025.60 Textiles in general 59.080.01 Theatre, stage and studio equipment 97.200.10 Therapy equipment 11.040.60 Thermal and sound insulating materials 91.100.60 Thermal insulation of buildings 91.120.10 Thermistors 31.040.30 Thermodynamics and temperature measurements 17.200 Thermodynamics in general 17.200.01 Thermoplastic materials 83.080.20 Thermosetting materials 83.080.10 Thyristors 31.080.20 Timber structures 91.080.20 Tissue paper 85.080.20 Titanium 49.025.30 Titanium and titanium alloys 77.120.50 Titanium products 77.150.50 Tobacco, tobacco products and related equipment 65.160 Tool steels 77.140.35 Tools for planing and broaching machines 25.100.25 Toys 97.200.50 Tractive stock 45.060.10 Trade. Commercial function. Marketing 03.100.20 Trailing stock 45.060.20 Transformers. Reactors 29.180 Transfusion. Infusion 11.040.20 Transistors 31.080.30 Transmission systems 33.040.20 Transmissions, suspensions 43.040.50 Transport 03.220 Transport by rail 03.220.30 Transport by water 03.220.40 Transport exhaust emissions 13.040.50 Transport in general 03.220.01 Transport layer 35.100.40 Trolleys for supermarkets 97.130.30 Trucks and trailers 43.080.10 Tunnel construction 93.060 Tunnelling and tubbing equipment 73.100.10 Turning tools 25.100.10 Tyres 83.160 Tyres for agricultural machinery 83.160.30 Tyres in general 83.160.01

U

Unalloyed steels 77.140.45

V

Vacuum technology 23.160 Valves 23.060 Valves in general 23.060.01 Variable capacitors 31.060.60 Varnished fabrics 29.035.60 Vegetables and derived products 67.080.20 Ventilation and air-conditioning systems 91.140.30 Ventilation, air-conditioning and illumination equipment 73.100.20 Ventilators. Fans. Air-conditioners 23.120 Vessels and containers mounted on vehicles 23.020.20 Veterinary medicine 11.220 Vibration with respect to human beings 13.160 Vibrations, shock and vibration measurement 17.160 Video systems 33.160.40 Viticultural and wine-making equipment 65.060.60 Vocabularies 01.040 Volumetric equipment and measurements 75.180.30

W

Wafer check valves 23.060.50 Walls. Partitions. Façades 91.060.10 Washers and other locking elements 49.030.50 Washers, locking elements 21.060.30 Wastes 13.030 Wastes in general 13.030.01 Watches 39.040.10 Water for industrial use 13.060.25 Water heating equipment 91.140.65 Water of natural resources 13.060.10 Water quality 13.060 Water quality in general 13.060.01 Water supply systems 91.140.60 Waterproofing 91.120.30 Waxes, bituminous materials and other petroleum products 75.140 Welded joints and welds 25.160.40 Welding consumables 25.160.20 Welding equipment 25.160.30 Welding processes 25.160.10 Welding, brazing and soldering 25.160 Welding, brazing and soldering in general 25.160.01 Wind turbine energy systems 27.180 Winding machines and equipment 59.120.20 Winter sports equipment 97.220.20 Wires 29.060.10 Wires and symmetrical cables 33.120.20 Wood technology 79 Wood technology (Vocabularies) 01.040.79 Wood technology processes 79.020 Wood, sawlogs and sawn timber 79.040 Wood-based panels 79.060 Wood-based panels in general 79.060.01 Wood-protecting chemicals 71.100.50 Woodworking equipment 79.120 Woodworking equipment in general 79.120.01 Woodworking machines 79.120.10 Woodworking tools 79.120.20 Workplace atmospheres 13.040.30 Wound dressings. Compresses 11.120.20 Writing and transliteration 01.140.10

Y

Yarns 59.080.20