Firefighting and rescue service vehicles - Part 3: Permanently installed equipment - Safety and performance

1.1   This part of this European Standard specifies the minimum requirements for safety and performance of some optional specific permanently installed equipment on firefighting and rescue service vehicles, operated by trained persons, as designated in EN 1846-1 and specified in EN 1846-2.
NOTE   Categories and mass classes of the firefighting and rescue service vehicles are given in EN 1846-1.
The permanently installed equipment covered by this Part of this European Standard is given below:
-   water installation;
-   liquid additive installation;
-   monitor;
-   equipment gantries;
-   demountable systems using a hydraulic hook arm.
This part of this European Standard should be read in conjunction with any national regulations in force for vehicles using the public roads and with any EU Directives and associated EFTA regulations in force relevant to vehicles and their equipment.
For the purposes of this European Standard, the normal ambient temperature range is - 15 °C to + 35 °C.
For equipment to be used at temperature outside this temperature range, the particular temperature range should be specified by the user and the manufacturer should determine by a risk assessment any need for additional precautions.
1.2   This European Standard does not deal with the following types of fire-fighting or rescue vehicles or equipment:
-   all control systems outside of the cabin related to hook arm system;
-   vehicles designed exclusively for carrying personnel;
-   vehicles with a gross laden mass not exceeding 3 t;
-   boats;
-   aircraft;
-   railway vehicles;
-   ambulances (see EN 1789);
-   provisions for removable equipment driven by PTO;
   airport vehicles in the scope of the recommendations of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).
1.3   This part of this European Standard deals with the technical requirements to minimise the hazards listed in Clause 4 which can arise during operational use, routine checking and maintenance of firefighting and rescue service vehicles.
It does not cover the hazards generated by:
-   non-permanently installed equipment i.e. portable equipment carried on the vehicle;
-   use in potentially explosive atmospheres;
-   commissioning and decommissioning;
-   noise (as permanently installed equipment cannot be operated separately from the vehicle, this hazard is covered in Part 2);
-   electromagnetic compatibility.
Additional measures not dealt with in this European Standard may be necessary for specific use (e.g. fire in natural environment, flooding, etc.).
1.4   This document is not applicable to the equipment which is manufactured before its date of publication by CEN.

Feuerwehrfahrzeuge - Teil 3: Fest eingebaute Ausrüstung - Sicherheits- und Leistungsanforderungen

1.1   Der vorliegende Teil dieser Europäischen Norm legt die nach EN 1846 1 und EN 1846 2 geltenden Mindestanforderungen an Sicherheit und Leistung bestimmter optionaler, fest eingebauter und durch geschultes Personal betriebener Ausrüstungen in Feuerwehrfahrzeugen fest.
ANMERKUNG   Die für Feuerwehrfahrzeuge geltenden Kategorien und Gewichtsklassen sind in EN 1846 1 festgelegt.
Folgende fest eingebaute Ausrüstungen werden im vorliegenden Teil dieser Europäischen Norm behandelt:
-   löschtechnische Einrichtung für Wasser;
-   löschtechnische Einrichtung für flüssigen Löschmittelzusatz;
-   Werfer;
-   Entnahmehilfe für Geräte (Aufnahmeeinrichtung);
-   Abrollbehältersysteme mit einem hydraulischen Hakenausleger.
Zusätzlich zum vorliegenden Teil dieser Europäischen Norm sollten einerseits diejenigen nationalen Festlegungen beachtet werden, die für auf öffentlichen Straßen eingesetzte Fahrzeuge gelten, sowie andererseits die auf Fahrzeuge und deren Ausrüstungen zutreffenden EU-Richtlinien und damit in Zusammenhang stehenden EFTA-Regelungen.
Für die Anwendung dieser Europäischen Norm gilt als normaler Umgebungstemperaturbereich 15 °C bis 35 °C.
Bei Ausrüstung zum Einsatz außerhalb dieses Temperaturbereichs sollte der spezielle Temperaturbereich vom Anwender vorgegeben werden, und der Hersteller sollte die Notwendigkeit zusätzlicher Vorkehrungen mittels Risikobewertung bestimmen.
1.2   Diese Europäische Norm behandelt nicht die folgenden Typen von Feuerwehrfahrzeugen oder Ausrüstungen:
-   alle Steuerungssysteme außerhalb der Kabine, die auf das Hakenauslegersystem bezogen sind;
-   Fahrzeuge, ausschließlich zur Personenbeförderung konstruiert;
-   Fahrzeuge, deren Gesamtmasse im beladenen Zustand 3 t nicht überschreitet;
-   Boote;
-   Luftfahrzeuge;
-   Eisenbahnen;
-   Krankenkraftwagen (siehe EN 1789);
-   Einrichtungen für entfernbare Ausrüstung, die mit Nebenantrieb (NA) angetrieben wird;
-   Flugfeldfahrzeuge, die den Empfehlungen der Internationalen Zivilen Luftfahrtbehörde (ICAO, en: International Civil Aviation Organisation) entsprechen.
1.3   Der vorliegende Teil dieser Europäischen Norm enthält die technischen Anforderungen zur Minimierung der in Abschnitt 4 aufgeführten Gefährdungen, die im Einsatz, bei routinemäßigen Überprüfungen und Instandhaltung der Feuerwehrfahrzeuge auftreten können.
Nicht behandelt werden Gefährdungen, die hervorgerufen werden durch:
-   nicht fest eingebaute Ausrüstung, d. h. tragbare Ausrüstung, die auf dem Fahrzeug mitgeführt wird;
-   Einsatz in explosionsgefährdeten Bereichen;
-   Inbetrieb- und Außerbetriebnahme;
-   Lärm (da fest eingebaute Ausrüstungen nicht unabhängig vom Fahrzeug betrieben werden können, wird diese Gefährdung durch EN 1846 2 abgedeckt);
-   Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit (EMV).
Zusätzliche Maßnahmen, die nicht in dieser Europäischen Norm behandelt werden, können für besondere Anwendungen (z. B. Brand in natürlicher Umgebung, Hochwasser usw.) erforderlich sein.
1.4   Dieses Dokument gilt nicht für Ausrüstungen, die hergestellt wurden, bevor CEN dieses Dokument veröffentlichte.

Véhicules des services de secours et de lutte contre l'incendie - Partie 3: Equipements installés à demeure - Sécurité et performances

1.1 La présente partie de la présente Norme européenne spécifie les prescriptions minimales de sécurité et de performances de certains équipements optionnels spécifiques installés à demeure sur les véhicules des services de secours et de lutte contre l'incendie, mis en œuvre par des personnels qualifiés, tel que défini dans l'EN 1846-1et spécifié dans l’EN 1846-2.
NOTE   Les catégories et les classes de masse des véhicules des services de secours et de lutte contre l'incendie sont données dans l'EN 1846-1.
Les équipements installés à demeure couverts par la présente partie de la présente Norme européenne sont donnés ci-dessous :
-   installation d'eau ;
-   installation d'additif ;
-   lance-canon ;
-   supports d'équipement ;
-   systèmes porte berce avec bras hydraulique à crochet.
Il convient d'utiliser la présente partie de la présente Norme européenne conjointement avec tout règlement national en vigueur pour les véhicules utilisant les voies publiques, ainsi que toute Directive EU et toute réglementation de l'AELE qui y est associée, concernant les véhicules et leurs équipements.
Pour les besoins de la présente Norme européenne, la plage de température ambiante normale s’étend de
- 15 °C à + 35 °C.
Dans le cas d'utilisation à l'extérieur de cette plage de température, il convient que la plage de température particulière soit spécifiée par l’utilisateur et que le fabricant détermine par une appréciation des risques toutes les précautions supplémentaires nécessaires.
1.2   La présente partie de la présente Norme européenne ne traite ni des véhicules de lutte contre l’incendie ou de secours ni des équipements suivants :
-   tous les systèmes de commande situés à l’extérieur de la cabine en relation avec le système de bras à crochet ;
-   véhicules destinés exclusivement au transport de personnel ;
-   véhicules d'une masse totale en charge n'excédant pas 3 t ;
-   bateaux ;
-   aéronefs ;
-   trains ;
-   ambulances (voir EN 1789) ;
-   dispositifs pour équipements amovibles utilisant la prise de mouvement ;
-   véhicules d'aéroport correspondant aux recommandations de l'Organisation de l'Aviation Civile Internationale (OACI).
1.3   La présente partie de la présente Norme européenne traite des prescriptions techniques destinées à réduire au maximum les phénomènes dangereux énumérés à l'Article 4 qui peuvent intervenir pendant l'utilisation opérationnelle, la vérification de routine et la maintenance des véhicules des services de secours et de lutte contre l'incendie.
Il ne couvre pas les phénomènes dangereux créés par :
-   les équipements non installés à demeure, c'est-à-dire les équipements portables transportés par le véhicule ;
-   les utilisations en atmosphère explosible ;
-   la construction, et la mise au rebut ;
-   le bruit (les équipements installés à demeure ne pouvant être utilisés séparément du véhicule, ce phénomène dangereux est couvert par la partie 2) ;
-   la compatibilité électromagnétique.
Des dispositions complémentaires, non définies dans la présente norme, peuvent être nécessaires pour certaines utilisations (par exemple : feux d'espaces naturels, inondations, etc.).
1.4   Le présent document ne s'applique pas aux équipements qui ont été fabriqués avant sa date de publication par le CEN.

Gasilska in reševalna vozila - 3. del: Trajno vgrajena oprema - Varnost in zahteve za obnašanje v uporabi

Ta del tega evropskega standarda določa minimalne zahteve za varnost in obnašanje v uporabi nekatere neobvezne posebne trajno vgrajene opreme v gasilskih in reševalnih vozilih, ki jih upravljajo usposobljene osebe, kot je navedeno v standardu EN 1846-1 in opredeljeno v standardu EN 1846-2. Trajno vgrajena oprema iz tega dela tega evropskega standarda je navedena spodaj: – vodna napeljava; – napeljava za tekoče aditive; – monitor; – nosilci za opremo; – razstavljivi sistemi, ki uporabljajo hidravlično kljuko. Ta del tega evropskega standarda naj bi se bral v povezavi z morebitnimi nacionalnimi predpisi, ki veljajo za vozila, ki uporabljajo javne ceste, ter v povezavi z morebitnimi veljavnimi direktivami EU in povezanimi uredbami EFTA, ki se nanašajo na vozila in njihovo opremo. Za namene tega evropskega standarda je običajen razpon temperature okolja –15 °C do +35 °C. Za opremo, ki se bo uporabljala pri temperaturi zunaj tega temperaturnega razpona, naj bi uporabnik opredelil veljavni temperaturni razpon, proizvajalec pa naj bi z oceno tveganja določil vse potrebe po dodatnih preventivnih ukrepih.

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN 1846-3:2013
01-november-2013
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SIST EN 1846-3:2003+A1:2009

Gasilska in reševalna vozila - 3. del: Trajno vgrajena oprema - Varnost in zahteve

za obnašanje v uporabi

Firefighting and rescue service vehicles - Part 3: Permanently installed equipment -

Safety and performance
Feuerwehrfahrzeuge - Teil 3: Fest eingebaute Ausrüstung - Sicherheits- und
Leistungsanforderungen

Véhicules des services de secours et de lutte contre l'incendie - Partie 3: Equipements

installés à demeure - Sécurité et performances
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 1846-3:2013
ICS:
13.220.10 Gašenje požara Fire-fighting
43.160 Vozila za posebne namene Special purpose vehicles
SIST EN 1846-3:2013 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN 1846-3:2013
EUROPEAN STANDARD
EN 1846-3
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
July 2013
ICS 13.220.10 Supersedes EN 1846-3:2002+A1:2008
English Version
Firefighting and rescue service vehicles - Part 3: Permanently
installed equipment - Safety and performance

Véhicules des services de secours et de lutte contre Feuerwehrfahrzeuge - Teil 3: Fest eingebaute Ausrüstung -

l'incendie - Partie 3: Equipements installés à demeure - Sicherheits- und Leistungsanforderungen

Sécurité et performances
This European Standard was approved by CEN on 22 May 2013.

CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this European

Standard the status of a national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national

standards may be obtained on application to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre or to any CEN member.

This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translation

under the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre has the same

status as the official versions.

CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia,

Finland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania,

Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and United

Kingdom.
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Management Centre: Avenue Marnix 17, B-1000 Brussels

© 2013 CEN All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved Ref. No. EN 1846-3:2013: E

worldwide for CEN national Members.
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Contents Page

Foreword ...............................................................................................................................................................3

Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................5

1 Scope ........................................................................................................................................................6

2 Normative references ...............................................................................................................................7

3 Terms and definitions ..............................................................................................................................8

4 List of significant hazards ..................................................................................................................... 11

5 Requirements and verifications............................................................................................................. 18

5.1 General ...................................................................................................................................................1 8

5.2 Safety requirements and/or protective measures................................................................................. 19

5.2.1 General ...................................................................................................................................................1 9

5.2.2 Water installation ...................................................................................................................................2 0

5.2.3 Additive installation ...............................................................................................................................2 2

5.2.4 Monitor ...................................................................................................................................................2 3

5.2.5 Bracket assembly for removable equipment ........................................................................................ 24

5.2.6 Hook arm system ...................................................................................................................................2 5

5.3 Performance requirements .................................................................................................................... 28

5.3.1 General ...................................................................................................................................................2 8

5.3.2 Water installation ...................................................................................................................................2 8

5.3.3 Additive installation ...............................................................................................................................3 5

5.3.4 Monitor ...................................................................................................................................................3 8

5.3.5 Bracket assembly ...................................................................................................................................4 0

5.3.6 Hook arm system ...................................................................................................................................4 1

6 Information for use ................................................................................................................................. 42

6.1 General ...................................................................................................................................................4 2

6.2 Essential information relevant to safety ............................................................................................... 42

6.3 Information relevant to performance ..................................................................................................... 42

6.4 Marking on equipment ........................................................................................................................... 43

Annex A (informative) Symbols and abbreviated terms .................................................................................... 44

Annex B (normative) Theoretical stability calculation....................................................................................... 45

Annex C (normative) Rated capacity of the tank ............................................................................................... 48

Annex D (normative) Monitor throw measurement........................................................................................... 49

D.1 General ...................................................................................................................................................4 9

D.2 Test method ............................................................................................................................................4 9

Annex ZA (informative) Relationship between this European Standard and the Essential Requirements

of EU Directive 2006/42/EC .................................................................................................................... 50

Bibliography........................................................................................................................................................5 1

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Foreword

This document (EN 1846-3:2013) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 192 “Fire and Rescue

Service Equipment”, the secretariat of which is held by BSI.

This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical text or

by endorsement, at the latest by January 2014, and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest

by January 2014.

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of patent rights.

CEN [and/or CENELEC] shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

This document supersedes EN 1846-3:2002+A1:2008.

This document has been prepared under a mandate given to CEN by the European Commission and the European

Free Trade Association, and supports essential requirements of EU Directive(s).

For relationship with EU Directive(s), see informative Annex ZA, which is an integral part of this document.

EN 1846, Firefighting and rescue service vehicles, is composed of three parts:
 Part 1: Nomenclature and designation;
 Part 2: Common requirements — Safety and performance;

 Part 3: Permanently installed equipment — Safety and performance (the present document).

Significant changes:

The significant changes with respect to the previous edition EN 1846-3:2002+A1:2008 are listed below:

a) demountable systems using a hydraulic hook arm are integrated in the standard;

b) Clause 2: updated;
c) Clause 3:

1) 3.1.1 "specified rate(s) of the water installation, Q " and 3.1.2 "specified outlet pressure(s) of the water

installation, p " replaced with new 3.1.1 "classification of the water installation";

2) 3.1.4 "specified height of the water installation, d" deleted;
3) 3.1.10 "hosereel system": new wording;
4) 3.6 "equipment gantry" replaced with "bracket assembly";
5) new definitions: 3.7 "demountable" and 3.8 "hold-to-run control device";
d) Clause 4: updated;
e) Clause 5: verification placed directly after the requirements;
1) 5.2.1: new numbered sub-entries dealing with oil hydraulic components;

2) 5.2.2.3: addition of requirements regarding the installation of the final supply and delivery connection(s);

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3) 5.2.3.1: reference to prEN 16327:2011 added;

4) 5.2.6 and 5.3.6: addition of requirements for demountable systems using a hydraulic hook arm;

5) 5.3.2: amended to take into account all type of pumps and/or water installation;

6) 5.3.2.7: Figure 3 amended with new dimensions;
7) 5.3.4: text amended taking into account EN 15767-1;
f) Annex A: new informative annex "Symbols and abbreviated terms";
g) Annex B: new normative annex "Theoretical stability calculation";
h) Annex C: new normative annex "Rated capacity of the tank".

According to the CEN-CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organisations of the following

countries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech

Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece,

Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal,

Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

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Introduction
This document is a type C standard as stated in EN ISO 12100:2010.

This document should be used with EN 1846-2 which also deals with some optional specific permanently installed

equipment used by firefighters.

The equipment concerned and the extent to which hazards, hazardous situations and events are covered are

indicated in the scope of this document.

When provisions of this type C standard are different from those which are stated in type A or B standards, the

provisions of this type C standard take precedence over the provisions of the other standards, for machines that

have been designed and built according to the provisions of this type C standard.

This document also deals with the performance requirements which apply to the equipment as defined in the

scope.
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1 Scope

1.1 This part of this European Standard specifies the minimum requirements for safety and performance of some

optional specific permanently installed equipment on firefighting and rescue service vehicles, operated by trained

persons, as designated in EN 1846-1 and specified in EN 1846-2.

NOTE Categories and mass classes of the firefighting and rescue service vehicles are given in EN 1846-1.

The permanently installed equipment covered by this Part of this European Standard is given below:

 water installation;
 liquid additive installation;
 monitor;
 equipment gantries;
 demountable systems using a hydraulic hook arm.

This part of this European Standard should be read in conjunction with any national regulations in force for vehicles

using the public roads and with any EU Directives and associated EFTA regulations in force relevant to vehicles

and their equipment.

For the purposes of this European Standard, the normal ambient temperature range is - 15 °C to + 35 °C.

For equipment to be used at temperature outside this temperature range, the particular temperature range should

be specified by the user and the manufacturer should determine by a risk assessment any need for additional

precautions.

1.2 This European Standard does not deal with the following types of fire-fighting or rescue vehicles or

equipment:
 all control systems outside of the cabin related to hook arm system;
 vehicles designed exclusively for carrying personnel;
 vehicles with a gross laden mass not exceeding 3 t;
 boats;
 aircraft;
 railway vehicles;
 ambulances (see EN 1789);
 provisions for removable equipment driven by PTO;

 airport vehicles in the scope of the recommendations of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).

1.3 This part of this European Standard deals with the technical requirements to minimise the hazards listed in

Clause 4 which can arise during operational use, routine checking and maintenance of firefighting and rescue

service vehicles.
It does not cover the hazards generated by:
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 non-permanently installed equipment i.e. portable equipment carried on the vehicle;

 use in potentially explosive atmospheres;
 commissioning and decommissioning;

 noise (as permanently installed equipment cannot be operated separately from the vehicle, this hazard is

covered in Part 2);
 electromagnetic compatibility.

Additional measures not dealt with in this European Standard may be necessary for specific use (e.g. fire in natural

environment, flooding, etc.).

1.4 This document is not applicable to the equipment which is manufactured before its date of publication by

CEN.
2 Normative references

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are indispensable for

its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the

referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

EN 547-2, Safety of machinery — Human body measurements — Part 2: Principles for determining the dimensions

required for access openings
EN 659, Protective gloves for firefighters

EN 953, Safety of machinery — Guards — General requirements for the design and construction of fixed and

movable guards

EN 1028-1:2002+A1:2008, Fire-fighting pumps — Fire-fighting centrifugal pumps with primer — Part 1:

Classification — General and safety requirements

EN 1028-2, Fire-fighting pumps — Fire-fighting centrifugal pumps with primer — Part 2: Verification of general and

safety requirements

EN 1846-1, Firefighting and rescue service vehicles — Part 1: Nomenclature and designation

EN 1846-2:2009+A1:2013, Firefighting and rescue service vehicles — Part 2: Common requirements — Safety and

performance

EN 1947, Fire-fighting hoses — Semi-rigid delivery hoses and hose assemblies for pumps and vehicles

EN 14710-1:2005+A2:2008, Fire-fighting pumps — Fire-fighting centrifugal pumps without primer — Part 1:

Classification, general and safety requirements

EN 15767-1, Portable equipment for projecting extinguishing agents supplied by fire fighting pumps — Portable

monitors — Part 1: General requirements for portable monitor assemblies

prEN 16327:2011, Fire-fighting — Positive pressure foam proportioning systems (PPFPS) and compressed air

foam systems (CAFS)

EN ISO 4413, Hydraulic fluid power — General rules and safety requirements for systems and their components

(ISO 4413)

EN ISO 12100:2010, Safety of machinery — General principles for design — Risk assessment and risk reduction

(ISO 12100:2010)
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EN ISO 13849-1:2008, Safety of machinery — Safety-related parts of control systems — Part 1: General principles

for design (ISO 13849-1:2006)

EN ISO 13849-2:2008, Safety of machinery — Safety-related parts of control systems — Part 2: Validation

(ISO 13849-2:2003)

EN ISO 13850, Safety of machinery — Emergency stop— Principles for design (ISO 13850)

3 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in EN 1846-1, EN 1846-2:2009+A1:2013 and

the following apply.

NOTE The list of the symbols and abbreviated terms used in the standard is given in Annex A.

3.1
water installation

combination of components for the collection, storage and delivery of water and/or water-additive mixture at varying

pressures and delivery rates
3.1.1
classification of the water installation

combination of the delivery rate Q specified at pressure p and at specified height d

1 a1
3.1.2
height

difference of level between the standing surface of the vehicle and the water surface at the time of a pumping

appliance suction operation
3.1.3
standing surface of the vehicle
surface on which the vehicle wheels are resting when it is operating
3.1.4
standing surface of the operator
surface on which the operator stands
3.1.5
installed water pump

pump permanently installed on a vehicle and driven by the motive power of the vehicle, or a pump complete with

drive motor
3.1.6
installed water tank
container for storage of water for fire service purposes
3.1.7
supply and delivery connections for water
inlet and outlet devices for joining hoses to the pipework installation
3.1.8
pipework installation for water

system linking the installed water pump(s), the installed water tank(s) and the supply and delivery connections

3.1.9
operating and control instruments for water

controls and gauges necessary to operate and monitor the water installation system

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3.1.10
hosereel system

fixed hose storage system on a rotating drum for semi-rigid hose(s) permanently connected to the pipework

installation
3.1.11
wheeled hosereel

hosereel designed for the storage, the transport and the deployment of layflat hose

3.2
liquid additive

addition to water to enhance firefighting capabilities e.g. foam concentrate, fire retardant

Note 1 to entry: In this document, the term "additive" means "liquid additive".
3.2.1
additive installation

combination of components for the collection, storage and delivery of additive at varying pressures and delivery

rates before mixing with water
3.2.2
installed additive pump

pump permanently installed on a vehicle and driven by the motive power of the vehicle, or a pump complete with

drive motor
3.2.3
installed additive tank
container for storage of additive for fire service purposes
3.2.4
supply and delivery connections for additive
inlet and outlet devices for joining hoses to the additive installation
3.2.5
pipework installation for additive

system linking the installed additive pump(s), the additive installed tank(s) and the supply and delivery connections

3.2.6
operating and control instruments for additive

controls and gauges necessary to operate and monitor the additive installation system

3.3
rated capacity of a tank

capacity of liquid contained in a tank that could be used by the corresponding pump(s)

3.4
mixing system

system to mix the additive (including foam concentrate) with water (and sometimes air) to produce the required

firefighting media

Note 1 to entry: The mixing system is part of the water and/or additive installation.

3.5
monitor
device for projection of extinguishing agents
3.6
bracket assembly

mechanical system(s), manually or power driven, to assist with the loading, unloading and storage of equipment

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3.7
demountable

specially designed frame with superstructure that can be easily mounted on, removed from and transported by a

suitable vehicle with a hydraulic hook arm system
Note 1 to entry: See Figure 1.
3.8
hold-to-run control device

control device which initiates and maintains machine functions only as long as the manual control (actuator) is

actuated
[SOURCE: EN ISO 12100:2010, 3.28.3]
Key
1 super structure of demountable
2 frame of demountable
3 demountable (1 + 2)
4 hook arm system
5 chassis
6 vehicle with hook arm system (4 + 5)
Figure 1 — Vehicle with a hook arm system and demountable
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4 List of significant hazards

The significant hazards relevant to permanently installed equipment which are dealt with in this European Standard

are given in Tables 1 to 5.
Table 1 — List of significant hazards for water installation (1 of 2)
Clause/subclause
reference in this
References to Part 2 Part of this
of this standard or standard (in
Hazard
Situation/area
other standards addition to Part 2
(see EN ISO 12100:2010)
when dealt with in
it)
Mechanical hazards
Due to accumulation of energy inside the Variation of pressure
machinery caused, for example, by liquids for firefighters at the / 5.2.2
and gases under pressure end of the branchpipe
• 5.1.1.5 of
Exposed power take EN 1846-
off (PTO)/ 2:2009+A1:2013 /
transmissions
Entanglement by a powered system
• EN 953
Powered rewind / 5.2.2.6
hosereel(s)
Exposed parts of the / 5.2.2
Rupture or piercing of the water installation
installation
Supply and delivery / 5.2.2.1 / 5.2.2.3
Ejection of coupling
location
Thermal hazards
• 5.2.3 of
EN 1028-
Exposed parts of the
1:2002+A1:2008
Resulting in burns by contact with the pump
pump, pipework and /
or by projection of hot water from the pump
delivery connections
• 5.2.3 of
EN 14710-
1:2005+A2:2008
Material/substance hazards
• 5.1.1.1 of
Bad location of the
Inhalation of exhaust gases /
EN 1846-
exhaust
2:2009+A1:2013
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Table 1 (2 of 2)
Clause/subclause
reference in this
References to Part 2 Part of this
of this standard or standard (in
Hazard
Situation/area
other standards addition to Part 2
(see EN ISO 12100:2010)
when dealt with in
it)
Ergonomics hazards
• 5.1.3.3 and 5.1.4.4
At the operating
Inadequate local lighting of EN 1846- /
position
2:2009+A1:2013
Mental overload and underload, stress
No logical relationship • 5.1.2.5 of EN 1846-
between the command 2:2009+A1:2013
and the expected 5.2.2.4; 5.2.2.5
operation at the
Human error, human behaviour • 3 dash of 6.2.8 of
operating position EN ISO 12100:2010
• 5.1.4.4 and 6.4 of
EN 1846-
Inadequate design, location or identification At the operating 2:2009+A1:2013
of manual controls position
• 3 dash of 6.2.8 of
EN ISO 12100:2010
• 5.1.4.3 and 6.4 of
At the operating
Confusion between different signals /
EN 1846-
position
2:2009+A1:2013
Impossibility of stopping the machine in At the operating
/ 5.2.1
the best possible conditions position
Relating to the travelling function
Overturning of vehicle. • 5.1.1.2 and 5.1.1.3
Excessive oscillations when moving Loss of lateral stability of EN 1846- 5.2.2.2
during braking 2:2009+A1:2013
Table 2 — List of significant hazards for additive installation (1 of 2)
Clause/subclause
References to
reference in this Part
Hazard Part 2 of this
Situation/area of this standard (in
(see EN ISO 12100:2010) standard or other
addition to Part 2
standards
when dealt with in it)
Mechanical hazards
• 5.1.1.5 of
EN 1846-
Entanglement by a powered system (if Exposed
2:2009+A1:2013 /
pump) PTO/transmissions
• EN 953
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Table 2 — List of significant hazards for additive installation (2 of 2)
Clause/subclause
reference in this
References to Part 2 Part of this
Hazard
Situation/area of this standard or standard (in
(see EN ISO 12100:2010)
other standards addition to Part 2
when dealt with in
it)
Rupture or piercing of the additive Exposed parts of the
/ 5.2.3.1
installation additive installation
Supply and delivery
Ejection of coupling / 5.2.3.4
location
Material/substance hazards
Contact with or inhalation of harmful Point of contact with 6.1
additive additive 6.2
• 5.1.1.1 of
Bad location of the
Inhalation of exhaust gases EN 1846- /
exhaust
2:2009+A1:2013
Ergonomics hazards
• 5.1.3.3 and 5.1.4.4
At the operating
Inadequate local lighting of EN 1846- /
position
2:2009+A1:2013

Mental overload and underload, stress No logical relationship • 5.1.4.5 of EN 1846-

between the command 2:2009+A1:2013
and the expected 5.2.3.5
operation at the
Human error, human behaviour • 3 dash of 6.2.8 of
operating position
EN ISO 12100:2010
• 5.1.4.4 and 6.4 of
EN 1846-
Inadequate design, location or identification At the operating 2:2009+A1:2013
of manual controls position
• 3 dash of 6.2.8 of
EN ISO 12100:2010
• 5.1.4.3 and 6.4 of
At the operating
Confusion between different signals /
EN 1846-
position
2:2009+A1:2013
Impossibility of stopping the machine in At the operating
/ 5.2.1
the best possible conditions position
Relating to the travelling function
Overturning of the • 5.1.1.2 and 5.1.1.3
Excessive oscillations when moving vehicle. Loss of lateral 5.2.3.2
of EN 1846-
stability during braking 2:2009+A1:2013
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Table 3 — List of hazards for monitor (1 of 2)
Clause/subclause
reference in this
References to Part 2 Part of this
Hazard
Situation/area of this standard or standard (in
(see EN ISO 12100:2010)
other standards addition to Part 2
when dealt with in
it)
Mechanical hazards
Impact hazard when monitor is operating:
5.2.4
 movement (when remote control);
Monitor location /
6.1; 6.2
 movement (vertical, rotation)
Rupture or piercing of the pipework system Exposed pipework
/ 5.2.4
or monitor installation
Electrical hazards
Electric shock by
• 6.2 of EN 1846-
Full stream on high voltage conductors stream contact on high 6.1; 6.2
2:2009+A1:2013
voltage conductors
Material/substance hazards
Bad location of the • 5.1.1 of EN 1846-
Inhalation of exhaust gases /
exhaust 2:2009+A1:2013
Ergonomics hazards
• 5.1.4.4 of
At the operating
unhealthy postures or excessive effort EN 1846- /
position
2:2009+A1:2013
• 5.1.3.3 and 5.1.4.4
At the operating
Inadequate lighting of the operating position of EN 1846- /
position
2:2009+A1:2013
At the operating
Loss of permanent control of the monitor / 5.2.4
position
• 5.1.4.4 and 6.2 of
At the operating
Confusion between different signals /
EN 1846-
position
2:2009+A1:2013
Impossibility of stopping the machine in At the operating
/ 5.2.1
the best possible conditions position
• 5.1.2.3.3 / 5.1.2.3.4
At the operating and 5.1.2.3.5 of
Slip, trip and fall of persons /
position EN 1846-
2:2009+A1:2013
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Table 3 — List of hazards for monitor (2 of 2)
Clause/subclause
reference in this
References to Part 2 Part of this
Hazard
Situation/area of this standard or standard (in
(see EN ISO 12100:2010)
other standards addition to Part 2
when dealt with in
it)
Linked to the work position
At the operating • 5.1.2.3.5 of
position when the
Falling of person from the work position EN 1846- 5.2.4
vehicle is in motion 2:2009+A1:2013
Table 4 — List of hazards for bracket assembly (1 of 2)
Clause/subclause
reference in this
References to Part 2 Part of this
Hazard
Situation/area of this standard or standard (in
(see EN ISO 12100:2010)
other standards addition to Par
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