EN Measurements and intervals. The third part of the standard defines preferred numbers of primary and secondary body dimensions. The product. EN /LC I.S. xxx: Irish Standard – national specification based on the consensus of an expert panel and subject to public. BS EN describes a flexible sizing system based on body dimensions and the related size labelling information for consumers.
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EN EN is a European standard for labeling clothes sizes. Traditionally, clothes have em labeled using many different ad-hoc size systems. EN Size designation of clothes is a European standard for labelling clothes sizes. Retrieved 22 March The full list of centimeter figures on the pictogram contains a lot of redundancy and the same information can be squeezed into fewer digits with lookup tables.
Parts of this article those related to part 4 of the standard need to be updated. Writing out all the centimetre figures of all the primary and secondary measures from EN can — in some cases — require up to 12 digits.
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It describes a compact coding system for clothes sizes. Input European clothing standard EN pictogram generator: The EN standard consists of four parts: The following table shows the primary in bold and secondary dimensions listed in the standard, 1340-23 out the redundant words girthlength and size for better overview. Primary and secondary dimensions, London, UK: This approach has led to a number of problems:. List of EN standards.
Sizes in clothing EN standards Metrication Fashion design. Few other countries are known to have followed suit. They list all in-use combinations of EN measures and assign a short 2- dn 3-digit code to each. The EN pictograms can be used for: The standard also defines a pictogram that can be used in language-neutral labels to indicate one or several of the above body dimensions.
The label provides a size number or code with no obvious relationship to any measurement. EN is a European standard for 31402-3 clothes sizes. In these cases, one or two “secondary dimensions” can be added to the label. The standard also suggests that neck girth can be associated with chest girth according to this table:.
Since then, several new proposals have been presented to the CEN working group. Retrieved 29 October This tool does not account for the EN standard. This proposal was agreed upon inbut later disregarded. This code represents the bust girth for women and the chest girth for men. The full list of centimeter figures on the 13402-33 contains a lot of redundancy and the same information can be squeezed into fewer digits with lookup tables.