BS ISO 10987-2:2017 pdf download – Earth-moving machinery – Sustainability Part 2: Remanufacturing
1 Scope
This document gives requirements for identification and labelling, applicable processes, and relevantinformation for remanufactured components for earth-moving machinery.
This document is applicable to remanufacturing for reuse of components on earth-moving machines asdefined in ISO 6165.It can be used for all types of off-road machines.
2Normative references
The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their contentconstitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. Forundated references, the latest edition of the referenced document(including any amendments) applies.ISO6165,Earth-moving machinery — Basic types — ldentification and terms and definitions
ISO 10987,Earth-moving machinery —Sustainability —Terminology, sustainability factors and reportingISO 16714,Earth-moving machinery —Recyclability and recoverability —Terminology and calculationmethod
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in lS0 6165,ISO 10987 andISO 16714, and the following apply.
NOTEAnnex A provides additional general terms and definitions.
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component at the end of its useful service life that can be processed so that it can be reusedNote 1 to entry: A core has monetary value and is not waste.
industrial process performed by the original equipment manufacturer(3.10) or its associates, or formallyauthorized entity, by which a previously sold,worn or non-functional component, known as a core(3.1), is returned to a “like new” or “better-than-new” condition from both a quality and a performanceperspective
remanufactured product
component which completes the remanufacturing process(3.6), meets the remanufacturingrequirements and is ready to be placed on the market once again
Note 1 to entry: See Annex A.
attributes of the core (3.1) that determine if the core can be remanufactured, taking into account suchfactors as technology,economy, environment, safety and service
design for remanufacturability
design that enhances remanufacturability (3.4) during the initial product design stage
remanufacturing process
process for the remanufacturing (3.2) of the core (3.1)
Note 1 to entry: This process can include the take back, inspection, disassembly, cleaning (3.8 ), classification,assessment, reconditioning, repair, reassembly (3.9), testing and labelling and packaging.
entity engaged in the production of remanufactured products3.8
process in which rust, burrs and various stains on the surfaces of a core and its parts and componentsare removed
process in which remanufactured, directly useable and new parts are assembled into a remanufacturedproduct ( 3.3)
original equipment manufacturerOEM
original producer of the earth-moving machine or its components3
reprocessing in a production process of the waste materials for the original purpose or for otherpurposes, excluding processing as a means of generating energy
[SOURCE: ISO 16714:2008,3.6]
activity in which a core is dismantled into parts
4 Remanufacturing process
Figure 1 shows the earth-moving machine component remanufacturing process. More information on specific processes is provided in Annex B to Annex D.
5 Requirements
The remanufacturing process shall return the core to its “like new” or “better-than-new” condition from both quality and performance perspectives. The “like new” or “better-than-new” condition may include design for remanufacturing improvements that are compatible with the original design.
Remanufacturing is only performed by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) or its associates or by a formally authorized entity.
The remanufacturer shall verify that all safety improvement programs have been completed.
The remanufacturer should determine if additional information is required for service (for example, a higher bolt torque) and shall provide a means to obtain the information.
6 Information
6.1 Product marking
The original product information shall be kept on the remanufactured product or the packaging.
Remanufactured components shall be identified as remanufactured.
The following information shall be provided on the remanufactured product or package:
— remanufacturer name and address;
— product name (for example, name, model, or style);
— part number of the remanufactured product, if applicable;
— serial number of the remanufactured product, if applicable;
— regulatory markings (for example, exhaust emission labelling requirements), if applicable;
— remanufactured date, if a date is required on the same new product;
— mass of remanufactured product, if applicable.BS ISO 10987-2 pdf download.