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DIN EN ISO 13506-1:2016-08

DIN EN ISO 13506-1:2016-08

Protective clothing against heat and flame - Part 1: Test method for complete garments - Measurement of transferred energy using an instrumented manikin (ISO/DIS 13506-1.2:2016); German and English version prEN ISO 13506-1:2016 / Note: Date of issue 2016-07-15

Vêtements de protection contre la chaleur et les flammes - Partie 1: Méthode d'essai pour vêtements complets - Mesure de la transmission de chaleur à l'aide d'un mannequin instrumenté (ISO/DIS 13506-1.2:2016); Version allemande et anglaise prEN ISO 13506-1:2016 / Attention: Date de parution 2016-07-15

Schutzkleidung gegen Hitze und Flammen - Teil 1: Prüfverfahren für vollständige Bekleidung - Messung der Wärmeübertragung unter Verwendung einer sensorbestückten Prüfpuppe (ISO/DIS 13506-1.2:2016); Deutsche und Englische Fassung prEN ISO 13506-1:2016 / Achtung: Erscheinungsdatum 2016-07-15

Fecha Anulación:
2017-12 /Withdrawn
Equivalencias internacionales:

ISO/DIS 13506-1 (2016-07)

prEN ISO 13506-1 (2016-07)

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Resumen:
This International Standard specifies the overall requirements, equipment and calculation methods to provide results that can be used for evaluating the performance of complete garments or protective clothing ensembles exposed to short duration fires. This test method establishes a system to characterize the thermal protection provided by garments (e. g. fire fighter or industrial garments in the form of single or multi-layered fabrics (coated, quilted, multi-layered, sandwich constructions, and other similar combinations)), based on the measurement of heat transfer to a full-size manikin exposed to convective and radiant energy in a laboratory simulation of a fire with controlled heat flux, duration and flame distribution. The heat transfer data is summed over a prescribed time to give the total transferred energy. For the purposes of this test method, the incident heat flux is limited to a nominal level of 84 kW/m2 and limited to exposure durations of 3 s to 12 s dependant on the thermal insulating capability of the garment. The results obtained apply only to the particular garments or ensembles, as tested, and for the specified conditions of each test, particularly with respect to the heat flux, duration and flame distribution. This test method allows for a visual evaluation, observation and inspection on the overall behaviour of the test specimen during and after the exposure as the garment or complete ensemble on the manikin is recorded before, during and after the flame exposure. This also applies to the evaluation of protection for the hands or the feet when they do not contain sensors. For the interfaces of ensembles tested, the test method is limited to visual inspection. The effects of body position and movement are not addressed in this test method. The heat measurements can also be used to calculate the predicted skin burn injury resulting from the exposure (see ISO 13506-2). This test method does not simulate high radiant exposures such as those found in arc flash exposures, some types of fire exposures where liquid or solid fuels are involved, nor exposure to nuclear explosions. NOTE 1 This test method provides information on material behaviour and a measurement of garment performance on a stationary upright manikin. The relative size of the garment and the manikin and the fit of the garment on the shape of the manikin have an important influence on the performance. NOTE 2 This test method is complex and requires a high degree of technical expertise in both the test setup and operation. NOTE 3 Deviations from the instructions in this test method can lead to significantly different test results. Technical knowledge concerning fabric behaviour and the theory of heat transfer and testing practices is needed in order to evaluate which deviations are significant with respect to the instructions given in this test method. Standardization of the test method reduces, but does not eliminate, the need for such technical knowledge.
Keywords:
Air flow, Clothing, Combustion, Definitions, Design, Dummies, Evaluations, Fire, Fire hazards, Fire risks, Fire safety, Firefighting, Flame propagation, Flame test, Flameproofness, Flames, Heat, Heat protection, Heat protective clothing, Laboratory testing, Materials, Materials testing, Occupational safety, Overalls, Protection against combustion, Protective clothing, Protective equipment, Protective suits, Pumps, Safety engineering, Safety requirements, Sampling methods, Sensors, Simulation, Specification (approval), Temperature, Test atmospheres, Test loading, Test specimens, Testing, Textile, Workplace safety
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