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DIN EN 15182-1:2007-05

DIN EN 15182-1:2007-05

Hand-held branchpipes for fire service use - Part 1: Common requirements; German version EN 15182-1:2007

Lances à main destinées aux services d'incendie et de secours - Partie 1: Prescriptions communes; Version allemande EN 15182-1:2007

Strahlrohre für die Brandbekämpfung - Teil 1: Allgemeine Anforderungen; Deutsche Fassung EN 15182-1:2007

Fecha Anulación:
2010-04 /Withdrawn
Equivalencias internacionales:

EN 15182-1 (2007-02)

Relación con otras normas DIN:

Reemplaza a: DIN EN 15182-1:2005-05

Reemplazada por: DIN EN 15182-1:2010-04

Reemplaza a: DIN 14365-1:1991-02

Reemplaza a: DIN 14367:2002-07

Reemplaza a: DIN 14365-2:1986-09

Reemplaza a: DIN 14200:1979-06

Resumen:
This part of this European Standard applies to hand-held branchpipes. It deals with: - safety requirements; - performance requirements; - test methods; - classification and designation; - operating instructions; - marking and maintenance. This standard does not apply to branchpipes covered by EN 671, foam branchpipes nor powder branchpipes, nor branchpipes with a maximum working pressure above 40 bar. The Working Group has thoroughly addressed and discussed the issue of electrical safety in relation to using water branchpipes. However, an electrical test is not incorporated into this standard as international experience, as well as research (NFPA handbook, French research, etc) have shown that any "artificial" or "laboratory style" testing will not take into account poor visibility and other conditions present on any fireground, nor the problem of estimating distances under these conditions. The end user should be advised (through the operating instructions, see 8.1) that when fighting fires in or near electrical installations, the power should be cut off as soon as possible. Also, maintain a maximum possible safety distance (at least 1 m up to 1000 V) and use a spray jet with a minimum spray angle of 30 °.
Keywords:
Classification, Definitions, Descriptions, Directed spray, Drop tests, Equipment safety, Fire brigade, Fire nozzles, Firefighting, Firefighting equipment, Flow rates, Fluid equipment components, Full jet, Functions, Inspection, Marking, Mechanical properties, Multi-purpose, Multi-purpose branch pipes, Operational instructions, Safety, Safety engineering, Safety requirements, Specification (approval), Sprayer nozzles, Technical data sheets, Testing, User information, Valve and fitting for fire brigades, Valves
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