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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It will define a compact coding system for clothes sizes. The full list of centimetre figures on the pictogram contains a lot of dn and the same information can be squeezed into fewer characters with lookup tables.
This is the body measure according to which the product must be labelled.
EVS-EN – Estonian Centre for Standardisation
The standard EN “Size designation of clothes” is based on: This tool allows you to create your own custom EN pictogram with one or 134402-3 body dimensions. EN defines several such tables. It is mostly intended for industry to use in databases and as a part of stock-keeping identifiers and catalogue ordering numbers.
Measurements and intervals The third part of the standard defines preferred numbers of primary and secondary body dimensions. The third part  of the standard defines preferred numbers of primary and secondary body dimensions. Since then, several new proposals have been presented to the CEN working group.
BS EN 13402-3:2017
This tool will indicate which is a primary or secondary dimension depending on the selected garment. It aims to replace many older national dress-size systems, starting in the year Few other countries are known to have followed suit. Instead, the label should show the range of body dimensions from half the step sn below to half the step size above the design size e.
Writing out all the centimetre 31402-3 of all the primary and secondary measures from EN can in some cases require up to 12 digits. The first part  of the standard defines the list of body dimensions to be used for designating clothes sizes, together with an anatomical explanation and measurement guidelines. Wn example, the Spanish Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs has commissioned a study  to categorise female body types with a view to harmonising Spanish clothing sizes with EN Original article can be found here.
Where men’s garments use the chest girth, women’s clothes are designed for a certain bust girth. 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 fourth part of the standard is still under review. Traditionally, clothes have been labelled using many different ad hoc size systems.
In these cases, one or two “secondary dimensions” can be added to the label. The fourth part of the standard is still under review and is expected to be published in early Secondary dimensions are shown in parenthesis. Archived from the original on 3 December The European standard EN also defines bra sizes based on the “bust girth” and the “underbust girth”.
The product should not be labeled with the average body dimension for which the garment was designed i.
1340-23 second part  of the standard defines for each type of garment one “primary dimension”. This was originally intended primarily for industry use in databases and as a part of stock-keeping identifiers and catalogue ordering numbers, but later users have also expressed a desire to use compact codes for customer communication.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This tool allows you em create 4 different pictograms that can be used in language-neutral labels to indicate one or several of the following body dimensions: There are three approaches for size-labeling of clothes: EN EN is a European standard for labeling clothes sizes.