BS EN ISO 5912:2020 pdf – Camping tents – Requirements and test methods.
3.1 base area area limited by the outer tent walls, which contact the ground Note 1 to entry: This area does include tents and canopies, but excludes area for guy lines, mud walls and snowskirts. [SOURCE: ISO 7152:1997, 1.3.2, modified — Note 1 to entry has been added.] 3.2 outer tent dimensions dimension of the smallest rectangular pitching space necessary for the camping tent excluding guy lines 3.3 inner tent area part of the base area (3.1) designated for living and sleeping 3.4 inner tent dimensions maximum length and the maximum width of the inner tent measured on the ground 3.5 pitching dimensions dimension of the smallest rectangular pitching space necessary for the tent including guy lines 3.6 sleeping capacity number of sleeping berths 3.7 minimum usable weight weight of the camping tent including the inner and flysheet (where applicable) plus the minimum number of poles, pegs, and guy lines for the camping tent when erected Note 1 to entry: Tent pole bags and peg bags do not need to be included. 3.8 total weight weight of the camping tent as supplied including for example all poles, fabrics, pegs, bags, excluding packaging 3.9 shear and squeeze point point at which the distance between two rigid accessible parts moving relative to each other is less than 18 mm and more than 7 mm in any position during movement 3.10 accessible shear and squeeze point shear and squeeze point (3.9) to which access can be easily gained when the camping tent is in its intended configuration for use and for which unintentional contact is foreseeable 3.11 automatic locking system mechanism which engages without guidance by the user and prevents unintended movement
3.12 sealed tent camping tent that has either the groundsheet sewn to the flysheet to form a sealed enclosed area or a camping tent with a snowskirt (3.13) Note 1 to entry: Camping tents with snowskirts are not normally sealed tents but there is the possibility of snow or sand building up on these snowskirts which can restrict air circulation creating a sealed tent. Note 2 to entry: The use of a sealed tent can result in a build-up of harmful gases. 3.13 snowskirt fabric attached to the lower edge of the tent flysheet which is usually designed to sit horizontally on the ground Note 1 to entry: This can be covered with snow, or have rocks placed upon it, in order to secure the camping tent to the ground. 4? Classification 4.1 Categories of camping tents 4.1.1 Camping tents cat. A (lightweight) Camping tents having a total weight of ≤2,5 kg per sleeping berth. 4.1.2 Camping tents cat. B Camping tents having a total weight of >2,5 kg per sleeping berth. 4.2 Tent performance level 4.2.1 Level 1 Camping tent designed for infrequent and short-term use. Although rain resistant, these tents should be used mainly in fair weather. EXAMPLE Occasional summer weekend camping. 4.2.2 Level 2 Camping tent designed for use in mainly moderate weather conditions. Suitable for use in poor (wet and windy) weather conditions, but not intended for extreme or mountain conditions. 4.2.3 Level 3 Camping tent designed for use in all weather conditions. EXAMPLE Mountaineering, expeditions, snow-loading or extended residential use.
126.96.36.199.3 Inner tent material When tested in accordance with ISO 6941:2003, Procedure A (using a 10 s ignition time, face ignition), no marker threads shall be severed, there shall be flaming debris on no more than 2 of the tested samples, there shall be no flame to either vertical edge of the test specimen, no single sample shall show after-flame exceeding 20 s, with an average after-flame time not exceeding 12 s. Should a single sample fail, the test shall be repeated once more and if the fabric fails a second time then the fabric is deemed to have failed the test. 188.8.131.52.4 Groundsheet When tested in accordance with ISO 6925, the radius of burn shall be less than 35 mm. 6.1.2 Ground fastening At least one ground fastening shall be provided for each corner or four ground fasteners as a minimum if the camping tent is not rectangular. 6.1.3 Protective measures Points on the ground-sheet which are in contact with frame parts shall be suitably protected. 6.1.4 Ventilation 184.108.40.206 General In order to reduce the risk of suffocation camping tents shall be designed to maintain a circulation of air and minimise the opportunity for a build-up of harmful gases to dangerous levels within the sleeping areas. NOTE For warning label, see Clause 9.