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Specifies requirements for seat belt assemblies, for use by adults and larger children in motor vehicles excluding larger buses, trucks, and specially constructed vehicles. The assemblies are also recommended for smaller children when used in conjunction with an appropriate child restraint in accordance with AS 1754. Half seat belts are also provided for, these being suitable to replace a damaged half of a seat belt. Requirements align with Australian Design Rules 4C and D, with some additional requirements.
 

Document History

  1. AS 2596:2022


    Seat belt assemblies for motor vehicles (United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), UN Regulation No. 16:2020 (Rev. 10) MOD)

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  2. AS/NZS 2596:2003


    Seat belt assemblies for motor vehicles (ECE Regulation No. 16, MOD)

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  3. AS/NZS 2596:1995 AMDT 1


    Seat belt assemblies for motor vehicles

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  4. AS/NZS 2596:1995


    Seat belt assemblies for motor vehicles

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  5. AS 2597.8-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of free-end device strength

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  6. AS 2597.1-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of webbing durability in adjustment duty

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  7. AS 2597.3-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of fatigue resistance of a flexible member

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  8. AS 2597.7-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of locking angle of tilt-lock adjustment device

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  9. AS 2597.13-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of dynamic performance

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  10. AS 2597.4-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of potential for inadvertent buckle release

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  11. AS 2597.5-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of fatigue effect on buckle release force

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  12. AS 2597.6-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of adjustment device forces

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  13. AS 2597.10-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of static strength and dummy displacement

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  14. AS 2597.2-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of webbing durability in withdrawing and retracting duty through a sash guide

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  15. AS 2597.11-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of webbing retraction force

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  16. AS 2597.12-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Determination of retractor locking under acceleration

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  17. AS 2597.9-1983


    Methods of testing seat belts - Preparation and conditioning of test specimens for retractor function

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  18. AS 2597:1983 Series


    Methods of testing seat belts - Series

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  19. AS 2596-1983

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    Seat belt assemblies for motor vehicles

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