Separate technical parts of the mechanisms are responsible for the effectiveness of the entire complex, which is why it is so important to consider in detail the issue of safety of each aspect of building a production system. Since technological parameters and devices are used in absolutely different areas, but they can be partially universal, we recommend adhering to international standards, which will more clearly and structured define the methods, methods and parameters of using certain technical devices. Moreover, when it comes to safety and such areas as social or those responsible for the life and health of people, compliance with the standards becomes not a recommendation but a requirement. That is why we recommend that you read some of the latest standards in this specification.
District cooling pipes — Factory made flexible pipe systems — Part 2: Bonded system with plastic service pipes — Requirements and test methods
Manufacturing in factories is a set of safety measures and standards that are responsible not only for the quality of the final result, but also for the systematization of the entire process. Sometimes even individual parts and details require international standardization. One such standard regulating such aspects is SIST EN 17414–2: 2020.
This document specifies requirements and test methods for factory made thermally insulated bonded flexible pipe-in-pipe assemblies for directly buried district cooling distribution systems, comprising a service pipe from DN 15 to DN 200 and a casing of polyethylene. The pipe assembly may also include the following additional elements: measuring wires, spacers and diffusion barriers.
This document is intended to be used in conjunction with prEN 17414–1 ). This document applies only to insulated pipe assemblies, for continuous operation with water at various temperatures (1 to 30) °C and a maximum operation pressure of 25 bar dependent on material specified. The design is based on an expected service life with continuous operation of a minimum 50 years.
Since the technical features of this standard may not be applicable in every production, we recommend that you clarify the possibility of applying this document directly to your field of activity with a team of professionals.
Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts — Particular applications for passenger and goods passenger lifts — Part 73: Behaviour of lifts in the event of fire
Construction, the process of installation and design is basic in the formation of any object. Since interaction in this area is increasingly taking place at the international level, the standardization of these processes is a necessary aspect for establishing links between individual parts of the entire system. For such regulation, standards are created like SIST EN 81–73: 2020.
This document specifies the special provisions and safety rules describing the behaviour of lifts in the event of fire in a building, on the basis of a recall signal(s) to the lift(s) control system. This document applies to new passenger lifts and goods passenger lifts with all types of drives. However, it may be used as a basis to improve the safety of existing passenger and goods passenger lifts. This document does not apply to:
- lifts which remain in use in the event of fire e.g. firefighters lifts as defined in EN 81–72:2015;
- lifts used for the evacuation of a building. This industry has many amendments and refinements, and that is why we recommend that you study the characteristics of this standard in more detail to ensure that it is fully consistent with your field of activity. Mobile cranes — Determination of stability ISO 4305:2014 During the design of the various stages of construction, control and regulation require not only production processes, but also the technologies used in the process of carrying out activities. One example of such standards is ISO 4305: 2014.
This document specifies the conditions to be taken into consideration when verifying the stability of a mobile crane by calculation, assuming that the crane is operating on a firm and level surface (up to 1 % gradient). It applies to mobile cranes as defined in ISO 4306–2, i.e. appliances mounted on wheels (tires) or crawlers, with or without outriggers with the exception of loader cranes.
If your company or organization is involved in an industry that uses this type of equipment, consider purchasing this standard to gain confidence in adhering to international norms and standards.
We would also like to note that due to the development of technologies and innovations, not only new standards are created, but also additions and updates to existing ones are coming out. Therefore, if you are interested in the aforementioned document, we recommend that you also pay attention to its supplement, which details key aspects in more detail.
Guidance on data bases for human vibration
In the process of carrying out production activities, a number of derivative moments arise that affect not only internal aspects, but also the external environment. That is why international standards such as SIST-TP CEN / TR 17506: 2020 are being created.
The purpose of this technical report is to give guidelines for elaborating databases on human vibration for different purposes (emission or immission) and types of exposure (hand arm vibration or whole body vibration). This Technical Report is restricted to cases where vibration affects persons at work. It is mainly addressed to competent services for the assessment of vibration exposure at the workplace and to national authorities and industrial organizations.
It defines basic requirements to get databanks respecting quality criteria (information to be given regarding exposure, reference standards, machines, persons, key parts, data origin and traceability …) taken into account the type of exposure (HAV, WBV …). Although this report has been mainly designed to facilitate the exchange of data between experts, a section explains the minimum information to be provided and precautions to be taken for databases opened to public. The way the data should be formatted to facilitate the exchange between developers of data bases is covered. Also this report provides proper terminology to qualify the different families of vibration sources e. g. tools, machines and working conditions (see annex B). This technical report provides a method for classifying the quality of vibration data.
If in the course of reading this document you have any additional questions, you can contact iTeh, which will answer you and give you all the necessary clarifications that will help you in choosing the standard you need.
International standards = international safety
As noted, the key reason for applying the above standards is compliance with safety standards and confidence in the safety of human health. If we delve deeper into the emergence of possible risks, it should be noted that non-compliance with standards can also entail financial losses, material problems and, as a result, disruption of the entire system of the organization. If you care about important issues related to the foundations of building a stable technical base that can bring your company to the international level, iTeh will be able to choose a standard for you that will take into account all the technical features of the activity and the vector of development direction in the future.
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