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DR AS/NZS 1567:2022 Copper and copper alloys—Wrought rods, bars and sections

The objective of this document is to specify requirements for wrought copper and copper alloy rods, bars and sections, including hollow sections, having a diameter or width across flats of not less than 1.6 mm, for machining and general purposes other than forging.

The major changes in this edition are as follows:
(a) The compositional range for listed alloys has been removed and replaced with a reference to AS 2738.
(b) The known mechanical property tables have been moved to Appendix B.
(c) The stress corrosion cracking test listed under Clause 9 has been changed from the mercurous nitrate test specified in AS 2136 to the ammonium chloride test specified in ISO 6957.
(d)Clause 12, “Microstructure of alloy C68600”, has been added.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 23/12/2022

DR AS/NZS 1568:2022 Copper and copper alloys—Forging stock and forgings

The objective of this document is to specify the requirements for copper and copper alloy wrought or cast forging stock, and forgings produced from it by the hot-forging process.

The major changes in this edition are as follows:
(a) The compositional range for listed alloys has been removed and replaced with a reference to AS 2738.
(b) The known mechanical property tables have been moved to Appendix B.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 23/12/2022

DR AS/NZS 4146:2022 Laundry Practice

This is the current published version of AS/NZS 4146:2000. The purpose of this public comment period is to allow for input to the upcoming revision of this standard.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 6/12/2022

DR AS/NZS 60320.3:2022 Appliance couplers for household and similar general purposes, Part 3: Standard sheets and gauges

The objective of this document is to set the dimensions for appliance couplers for two poles and two poles with earth contact —
(a) for the connection of electrical devices for household and similar onto the mains supply;
(b) for the interconnection of the electrical supply to appliance or equipment; and
(c) the dimensions for gauges.
This document is an adoption with national modifications, and has been reproduced from, IEC 60320‑3:2014+AMD1:2018+AMD2:2022 CSV, Appliance couplers for household and similar general purposes — Part 3: Standard sheets and gauges.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 12/1/2023

DR AS/NZS 60335.2.2:2020 A1 Particular requirements for vacuum cleaners and water-suction cleaning appliances

The joint Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 60335.2.2:2020 will be revised to incorporate Amendment No. 1.

The amendment will be published to update the Australian and New Zealand National Variations to clauses 19 Abnormal operation and clause 30 Resistance to heat and fire.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards New Zealand. Please see attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comment via the Standards New Zealand website.

Closing date for comments 17/2/2023

DR AS/NZS 60335.2.40:2023 Particular requirements for heat pumps, air-conditioners and dehumidifiers

This Standard was prepared by the Joint Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand Committee EL-002 - Safety of Household and Similar Electrical Appliances and Small Power Transformers to supersede AS/NZS 60335.2.40:2019 three years from the date of publication of this Standard.

During this period AS/NZS 60335.2.40:2019 and its amendments will also remain current. Regulatory authorities that reference this Standard in regulation may apply these requirements at a different time. Users of this Standard should consult with these authorities to confirm their requirements.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards New Zealand. Please see attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comment via the Standards New Zealand website.

Closing date for comments 17/2/2023

DR AS/NZS 61386.21:2015 Amd 2:2022 Conduit systems for cable management, Part 21: Particular requirements - Rigid conduit systems

This Amendment applies to the following elements:
• Preface
• Clause 8.201.1
• Tables 201, 207

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 10/1/2023

DR AS/NZS 62841.4.7:2023 Electric motor-operated hand-held tools, transportable tools and lawn and garden machinery - Safety - Part 4.7: Particular requirements for pedestrian controlled walk-behind lawn scarifiers and aerators

The joint Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 62841.4.7:2023 will be revised to incorporate Amendment No. 1.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards New Zealand. Please see attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comment via the Standards New Zealand website.

Closing date for comments 17/2/2023

DR AS/NZS AS/NZS 1020:2022 The control of static electricity in non-hazardous areas

The objective of this document is to set out requirements and recommendations for controlling static electricity (static) that is incidentally generated by processes or activities in non-hazardous areas.

This document updates requirements for new technology and new equipment that have been introduced since the previous edition was published.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 22/12/2022

DR AS/NZS ISO 19426.1:2022 Structures for mine shafts, Part 1: Vocabulary

The objective of this document is to specify the terms and definitions related to the structures for mine shafts, used throughout the ISO 19426 series.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 19426‑1:2018, Structures for mine shafts — Part 1: Vocabulary.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 16/12/2022

DR AS/NZS ISO 6709:2022 Standard representation of geographic point location by coordinates

The objective of this document is to specify the representation of latitude and longitude and optionally height or depth compatible with previous editions of AS/NZS ISO 6709.

This document is identical with and has been reproduced from, ISO 6709:2022, Standard representation of geographic point location by coordinates.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 8/12/2022

DR AS/NZS ISO 8601.1:2021 Amd 1:2022 Date and time — Representations for information interchange — Part 1: Basic rules — Amendment 1

This Amendment applies to the following elements:
• Front cover
• Preface
• Amendment 1

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 16/12/2022

DR AS/NZS ISO 9999:2022 Assistive products — Classification and terminology

The objective of this document is to specify a classification and terminology of assistive products, especially produced or generally available, for persons to optimize functioning and reduce disability.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 9999:2022, Assistive products — Classification and terminology.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 16/12/2022