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The European standard BS EN 14470-1, passed in April 2004, defines the terms of the storage in safety cabinets (< 1cbm capacity). The cabinet's fire resistance has to be proven through the means of a fire test (type checking) in accordance with DIN EN 14470-1. Since the implementation of the BS EN 14470-2, similar regulations have to be obeyed in storing gas cylinders. The fire resistance is classified as G30 or G60.
Fire safety storage cabinets. Safety cabinets for pressurised gas cylinders.
Status : Current Published : January 2007
Fire safety, Laboratory furniture, Storage furniture, Safety devices, Storage, Gas cylinders, Compressed gases, Volume, Performance, Ventilation, Performance testing, ype testing, Fire tests, Fire resistance, Fire-test classifications, Classification systems.
The European Committee for Standardization CEN passed a European standard for emergency showers. The new EN 15154 is currently divided into two sections. Part 1 for "body showers with water connection in laboratories" Part 2 for "eye showers with water connection", Part 1 for "body showers without water connection", Part 2 for "eye showers without water connection" and Part 1 for "body showers with water connection in production sites".
Fire tests on building materials and structures. Method for determination of the fire resistance of elements of construction (general principles).
Related standards BS 476-21:1987, -22, -23.
This British Standard, a part of the BS 476 series, describes a procedure for a laboratory test for the determination of fire resistance of elements of construction when subjected to defined heating and pressure conditions.
The method provides a means of quantifying the ability of elements to withstand exposure to high temperatures, by setting criteria by which the load-bearing capacity, the fire containment (integrity) and the thermal
transmittance (insulation) functions can be adjudged.
A representative sample of the element is exposed to a specified regime of heating and the performance of the test sample is monitored on the basis of criteria described in the standard. Fire resistance of the test element is expressed as the time for which appropriate criteria have been satisfied. The times so obtained are a measure of the adequacy of the construction in a fire but have no direct relationship with the duration of a real fire.
Fire resistance and smoke control tests for door, shutter and, openable window assemblies and elements of building hardware. Fire resistance tests for doors, shutters and openable windows.
Published Date: 31/05/2009 Status: Current
Fire resistance, Flammability, Fire tests, Doors, Shutters (buildings), Windows, Construction systems parts, Fire doors, Fire barriers, Fire spread prevention, Fire safety in buildings, Hinged doors, Sliding doors, Folding shutters, Test equipment, Testing conditions, Test specimens, Specimen preparation, Thermocouples, Performance, Glazing, Classification systems, Fire-test classifications, Lifts.
Fire classification of construction products and building elements. Classification using test data from reaction to fire tests.
Status : Current Published : March 2007
Construction materials, Construction systems parts, Fire, Classification systems, Fire tests, Fire-test classifications, Floor coverings, Floors, Pipes, Thermal insulating materials, Flame-spread classifications, Ignitability, Fire resistance.
Fire classification of construction products and building elements. Classification using data from fire resistance tests, excluding ventilation services.
Status : Current Published : January 2008
Construction materials, Construction systems parts, Fire, Classification systems, Fire-test classifications, Fire tests, Fire safety in buildings, Fire spread prevention, Structural fire protection, Fire-resistant materials, Walls, Loadbearing walls, Floors, Roofs, Beams, Columns, Projections (buildings), Gangways (buildings), Stairs, Suspended floors, Ceilings, Facades, Curtain walling, Conveyor belts, Ducts (building services), Chimneys, Wall coverings, Fire doors, Fire barriers, Protective coatings.
Fire behaviour of building materials and building components - Part 1: Building materials; concepts, requirements and tests
Publication date: 1998-05