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ISO the International Organization for Standardization is a worldwidefederation of national standards bodies ISO member bodies. The work ofpreparing International Standards is normally carried out through ISO technicalcommittees. Each member body interested in a subject for which a technicalcommittee has been established has the right to be represented on thatcommittee. International organizations, governmental and non governmental, inliaison with ISO, also take part in the work. ISO collaborates closely with theInternational Electrotechnical Commission IEC on all matters ofelectrotechnical standardization. International Standards are drafted inaccordance with the rules given in the ISO IEC Directives, Part 2.Themain task of technical committees is to prepare International Standards. DraftInternational Standards adopted by the technical committees are circulated tothe member bodies for voting. Publication as an International Standard requiresapproval by at least 75 percent of the member bodies casting avote.Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of thisdocument may be the subject of patent rights. ISO shall not be held responsiblefor identifying any or all such patent rights.ISO 17712 was preparedby Technical Committee ISO TC 104, Freight containers.This secondedition cancels and replaces the first edition ISO 17712 2010, which hasbeen technically revised.Scope, This International Standard establishesuniform procedures for the classification, acceptance, and withdrawal ofmechanical freight container seals. It provides a single source of informationon mechanical seals which are acceptable for securing freight containers ininternational commerce.The purpose of mechanical seals is, as part of asecurity system, to determine whether a freight container has been tamperedwith, i.e. whether there has been unauthorized entry into the container throughits doors. Seals can be effective only if seal users properly select, store,account for, apply, document, and attend to seals prior to use and in use whilethese issues are not addressed in this International Standard, they are relevantto successful use of the seals covered by this International Standard.Sealsthat conform to this International Standard are suitable for otherapplications, such as bulk railcars or truck trailers used in cross border anddomestic operations. Users and regulatory agencies can apply this InternationalStandard to other applications as they deem appropriate.Normative references, Thefollowing documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in thisdocument and are indispensable for its application. For dated references, onlythe edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of thereferenced document including any amendmentsapplies.Terms and definitions,Forthe purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.Generalterms,seal,mechanical devicemarked with a unique identifier and usually designed for a single use, which isexternally affixed to the container doors and designed to evidence tampering orintrusion through the doors of a container and to secure closed doors of acontainer.Note 1 to entry, Depending on its design and construction, theseal provides varying degrees of resistance to an intentional or unintentionalattempt to open it or to enter the freight container through the containerdoors.Note 2 to entry, Seals need to be designed and constructed so thattamper attempts create and leave evidence of that tampering.Note 3 to entry, Allgrades and types of seals require inspection to indicate whether tampering hasoccurred or entry has been attempted.high security seal,seal that is constructed and manufacturedof material such as metal or metal cable with the intent to delay intrusion.Note1 to entry, High security seals can generally be removed with substantialbolt cutters or cable cutters.security seal,seal that is constructed and manufactured of material that provideslimited resistance to intrusion and requires lightweight tools for removal.indicativeseal,seal that is constructedand manufactured of material that can easily be broken by hand or by using asimple snipping tool or shear.manufacturer,company or entity that either owns the seal producing factory orcontracts to buy made to order seals for resale from a third party factory.bar code,automatic identification technology thatencodes information into an array of parallel bars and spaces of varying widths.defeatedseal,seal which has been openedor removed and replaced or reconstructed without detectable evidence oftampering.tampering,attempt toopen or remove and then replace or reconstruct a seal without leavingdetectable evidence of the attempt.tamper evidence,Tell tale indication that an attempt hasbeen made to open or remove and then replace or reconstruct without detectableevidence of that attempt.Note 1 to entry, Examples of tamper evidenceinclude a change in the colour of the material, in surface texture, cracks,indentations, or abrasions. Tamper evident indicators are recognizable bynormal examination under the usual circumstances prevailing in practice withouttechnical aids such as a magnifying glass or microscope.indicativeness,ability to reveal evidence after attemptshave been made to tamper with the seal. Terms describing different typesof mechanical seals,wire seal,length of wire secured in a loop by some type of seizing device. Wireseals include crimp wire, fold wire, and cup wire seals.Note 1 toentry The seizing device can be plastic or metal and its deformation isone indication of tampering.padlock seal,locking body with a bail attached.Padlock seals include,wire shacklepadlock metal or plastic body, plastic padlock, and keyless padlock seals.Note1 to entry The padlock itself is not an integral part of the freightcontainer.strap seal,metal orplastic strap secured in a loop by inserting one end into or through aprotected covered locking mechanism on the other end,Note 1 to entry Theseizing device can be plastic or metal and its deformation is one indication oftampering.cable seal,cable and alocking mechanism.On a one piece seal, the locking or seizing mechanism ispermanently attached to one end of the cable. A two piece cable seal has aseparate locking mechanism which slips onto the cable or prefabricated cableend.bolt seal,metal rod,threaded or unthreaded, flexible or rigid, with a formed head, secured with aseparate locking mechanism.cinch seal,pull up seal,indicativeseal consisting of a thin strip of material, serrated or non serrated, with alocking mechanism attached to one end.Note 1 to entry, The free end ispulled through a hole in the locking mechanism and drawn up to the necessarytightness. Cinch or pull up type seals can have multiple lock positions. Theseseals are generally made of synthetic materials such as nylon or plastic. Theycan resemble, but are significantly different from, simple electrical ties.twist seal,steel rod or heavy gauge wire of variousdiameters, which is inserted through the locking fixture and twisted arounditself by use of a special tool.scored seal,metal strip which is scored perpendicularto the length of the strip,Note 1 to entry The strip is passed through thelocking fixture and bent at the score mark. Removal of the seal requiresbending at the score mark, which results in breakage of the seal.label seal,frangible seal consisting of a paper orplastic backing with adhesive,Note 1 to entry The combination of backingand adhesive is chosen to cause the seal to tear when removal is attempted.barrierseal,designed to provide asignificant barrier to container entry,Note 1 to entry, A barrier seal canenclose a portion of the inner locking rods on a container.Note 2 to entry, Barrierseals can be designed to be reusable.
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