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This Technical Specification is applicable to graphical symbols for control elements and displays and for markings for fire fighting and rescue service vehicles and equipment.

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Firefighting and rescue service vehicles and equipment - Graphical symbols for control

elements and displays and for markings
Feuerwehrfahrzeuge und -geräte - Graphische Symbole für Bedien- und
Anzeigeelemente sowie für Kennzeichnungen
Véhicules et équipements des services de secours et de lutte contre l'incendie -
Symboles graphiques pour les éléments de commande et afficheurs et pour le
marquages
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: CEN/TS 15989:2015
ICS:
01.080.20 *UDILþQLVLPEROL]DSRVHEQR Graphical symbols for use on
RSUHPR specific equipment
13.220.10 Gašenje požara Fire-fighting
43.160 Vozila za posebne namene Special purpose vehicles
SIST-TS CEN/TS 15989:2015 en,fr,de

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

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
CEN/TS 15989
SPÉCIFICATION TECHNIQUE
TECHNISCHE SPEZIFIKATION
May 2015
ICS 01.080.20; 13.220.10 Supersedes CEN/TS 15989:2010
English Version
Firefighting and rescue service vehicles and equipment -
Graphical symbols for control elements and displays and for
markings

Véhicules et équipements des services de secours et de Feuerwehrfahrzeuge und -geräte - Graphische Symbole für

lutte contre l'incendie - Symboles graphiques pour les Bedien- und Anzeigeelemente sowie für Kennzeichnungen

éléments de commande et afficheurs et pour le marquage

This Technical Specification (CEN/TS) was approved by CEN on 3 February 2015 for provisional application.

The period of validity of this CEN/TS is limited initially to three years. After two years the members of CEN will be requested to submit their

comments, particularly on the question whether the CEN/TS can be converted into a European Standard.

CEN members are required to announce the existence of this CEN/TS in the same way as for an EN and to make the CEN/TS available

promptly at national level in an appropriate form. It is permissible to keep conflicting national standards in force (in parallel to the CEN/TS)

until the final decision about the possible conversion of the CEN/TS into an EN is reached.

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.
EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR STANDARDIZATION
COMITÉ EUROPÉEN DE NORMALISATION
EUROPÄISCHES KOMITEE FÜR NORMUNG
CEN-CENELEC Management Centre: Avenue Marnix 17, B-1000 Brussels

© 2015 CEN All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved Ref. No. CEN/TS 15989:2015 E

worldwide for CEN national Members.
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Contents Page

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

1 Scope ......................................................................................................................................................4

2 Normative references ............................................................................................................................4

3 Terms and definitions ...........................................................................................................................4

4 General ....................................................................................................................................................4

5 Adaptation of symbols as digital display icons .................................................................................5

6 Application rules ....................................................................................................................................5

7 Designation and illustration of symbols .............................................................................................6

8 Index of symbols................................................................................................................................. 46

8.1 General symbols in Table 1, no. 3.1 .................................................................................................. 46

8.2 Basic symbols in Table 1, no. 3.2 ...................................................................................................... 46

8.3 Specific symbols in Table 1, no. 3.3 to no. 3.12 .............................................................................. 47

Annex A (normative) Colouring to indicate operating status or condition ................................................ 53

Annex B (informative) Colouring of actuators and external connections .................................................. 54

Bibliography ..................................................................................................................................................... 55

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Foreword

This document (CEN/TS 15989:2015) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 192 “Fire and

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

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 CEN/TS 15989:2010.

The significant changes with respect to the previous edition of CEN/TS 15989:2010 are listed below:

a) general requirements, adaptation of symbols as digital display icons and application rules added;

b) term and definition for graphical symbol added;

c) clause with requirements for designation, illustration and size of symbols added;

d) number of graphical symbols in Table 1 increased, some symbols revised in presentation and designation

and partly harmonized with FAMA White paper, Graphical Symbols for Automotive Fire Apparatus;

e) general (basic) symbols listed at first in Table 1, section no. 3.1 and section no. 3.2 and partly repeated in

the specific sections of Table 1 to keep the coherence of this document;

f) colouring of the symbol deleted in Table 1 and mentioned in new normative Annex A;

g) recommendation on colouring of actuators and external connections added in new informative Annex B;

h) normative references revised;
i) bibliography added.

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

countries are bound to announce this Technical Specification: 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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1 Scope

This Technical Specification is applicable to graphical symbols for control elements and displays and for

markings for fire fighting and rescue service vehicles and equipment.
2 Normative references

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

indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

EN 1147, Portable ladders for fire service use

EN 80416-1:2009, Basic principles for graphical symbols for use on equipment — Part 1: Creation of graphical

symbols for registration (IEC 80416-1:2008)

EN ISO 7010, Graphical symbols — Safety colours and safety signs — Registered safety signs (ISO 7010)

ISO 7000, Graphical symbols for use on equipment — Registered symbols

ISO 20381, Mobile elevating work platforms — Symbols for operator controls and other displays

IEC 60417, Graphical symbols for use on equipment
IEC 60617, Graphical symbols for diagrams
FAMA White paper, Graphical Symbols for Automotive Fire Apparatus
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
3.1
graphical symbol

visually perceptible figure with a particular meaning used to transmit information independently of language

[SOURCE: EN 80416-1:2009, 3.4]
4 General

4.1 New symbol ideas for graphical symbols for control elements and displays and for markings for

fire fighting and rescue service vehicles and equipment should be forwarded to CEN/TC 192. The

CEN/TC 192 Graphical symbols group will consider new symbols at each CEN technical committee meeting

and add new symbols as appropriate.

4.2 Graphical symbols for control elements and displays and for markings for fire fighting and rescue

service vehicles and equipment should be conform to the symbols as shown in this document. However,

symbols which are shown in outline form may be filled in actual use for enhanced clarity of reproduction and

improved visual perception by the operator, unless otherwise noted for individual symbols.

NOTE Guidelines for the application of graphical symbols are given in EN 80416-3.

1) Published by Fire Apparatus Manufacturers’ Association (FAMA), available at Fire Apparatus Manufacturers'

Association (FAMA), 29 Stillman Road, Lynnfield MA, 01940, USA (www.fama.org).
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4.3 Limitations inherent in some reproduction and display technologies may require increased line

thickness or other minor modifications of symbols. Such modifications are acceptable provided the symbol is

unchanged in its basic graphical elements and remains easily discernible by the operator.

4.4 To improve the appearance and perceptibility of a graphical symbol, or to coordinate with the design of

the equipment to which the symbol is applied, it may be necessary to change the line thickness or round the

corners of a symbol. The graphic designer is free to make such changes, provided that the essential

perceptual characteristics of the symbol are maintained.

4.5 For actual use, all symbols shall be reproduced large enough to be easily discernible by the operator.

See EN 80416-1 for guidelines on the proper sizing of symbols. Symbols grouped together in a display or on a

set of controls should be scaled to the same degree relative to the corner marks of the original symbol as

shown in this document in order to maintain the correct visual relationship among the symbols. Symbols shall

be used in the orientation shown unless otherwise noted for individual symbols.

4.6 Most symbols are constructed using a building block approach in which various symbols and symbol

elements are combined in a logical manner to produce new symbols.

4.7 Symbols are generally intended to replace a word or words with a graphical representation that has the

same meaning for all operators, regardless of their native language. However, the use of a graphical symbol

to identify a control or display does not preclude the use of words in conjunction with that control or display.

4.8 Symbols on controls and displays shall have good contrast to their background. Displays may use

either a light symbol on a dark background or a dark symbol on a light background, depending upon which

alternative provides the best visual perception. If a symbol image is reversed (for example from black-on-white

to white-on-black and vice versa), it shall be done for the entire symbol.

4.9 Symbols shall be located on or adjacent to the control or display that is being identified. Where more

than one symbol is required for a control, the symbols shall be located in relation to the control such that

movement of the control toward the symbol shall effect the function depicted by that symbol. Symbols shall be

visible by the operator from the operating position in all weather conditions.

4.10 Reference numbers and the standards they come from are provided for each symbol not unique to this

document. This list is not exhaustive. Certain symbols may be found in more than one standard, or in

standards not referenced in this document.
5 Adaptation of symbols as digital display icons

Symbols may be adapted for use as digital display icons on reconfigurable or other electronic displays. Such

adaptations should follow the principles of ISO 80416-4. Special care should be taken to ensure that digital

display icons preserve the visual impression of the symbol from which the icon is adapted.

If the display is in close proximity to the operator and clear identification and visibility is given from the

operators position, the symbols may be smaller than 15 mm × 15 mm, but still clearly visible from that

position. Close proximity is given if the operator is in a designated seat or stand, closer than 1 m to the display

and controls. Whenever the operator’s position is not defined by a seat or a stand, clear recognition and

visibility shall be given from a distance of at least 1 m. Distance shall be measured between the operator’s

head and the actual display or control.

The visual expression of displays shall remain visible under all weather- and light- conditions, including bright

sunlight. The display shall not disturb operator’s vision during night-time.
6 Application rules

6.1 If a control system or mechanism comprises a manual override, the function of the control shall be

explained with the general “Manual Control” symbol in Table 1, no. 3.1.4 with the adequate function-symbol.

EXAMPLE Symbol “Back-up or emergency pump, manually powered” in Table 1, no. 3.10.30.

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6.2 If applicable, multiple symbols may be grouped together to explain controls with multiple use

(for example a joystick). The size of the symbol shall be chosen in such way, that clear recognition and

visibility is given from the operator’s position.
7 Designation and illustration of symbols

7.1 The designation and illustration of symbols shall conform to Table 1. Symbols not mentioned in this

document shall be in accordance with existing standards (e.g. ISO 7000) or accepted codes of practice.

7.2 The size of the boundary with a square shape shall be at least 15 mm × 15 mm. The diameter of round

boundary shall not be smaller than 15 mm. The symbol shall use the space available within the boundary as

efficient as possible. Corner marks are not part of the symbol itself.

If a control or function is described by text as well, for example on a Display or dashboard, the size of the

boundary may be smaller than the required 15 mm × 15 mm.

7.3 General (basic) symbols (see Table 1, section no. 3.1 and section no. 3.2) may be used to create new

or additional symbols.
The listing of the symbols in this standard is grouped into:

— fundamental general symbols, for example to describe movements up and down etc.. As an example,

these symbols can be used to add into basic symbols to create a specific one;

— basic symbols, for example the side or the top of a Fire fighting vehicle, these symbols shall be used to

create specific symbols by adding to the basic drawing;

— specific symbols, grouped for certain purposes such as extinguishing agent (system) or high rise aerial

appliances.

NOTE Some general (basic) symbols in Table 1, section no. 3.1 and section no. 3.2 are repeated in the different

sections no. 3.3 to no. 3.12 of Table 1 to keep the coherence of this document and to prevent having the user going back

and forward through the standard.

7.4 Additional texts should be preferably indicated underneath the symbol and shall neither decrease the

readability of the symbol nor change it.
7.5 Colouring should be in accordance with Annex A.

NOTE Retro reflecting/fluorescent symbols or displays on the outside of the vehicle are subject to road traffic

regulations of each country.
7.6 Registered safety signs are included in EN ISO 7010.
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Table 1 — Designation and illustration of symbols
No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
3.1 General symbols for specific symbols in no. 3.3 to no. 3.12
The word “AUTO”
3.1.1 Automatic cycle may be used as ISO 7000-0026
an alternative
The crossed out
word “AUTO” may Similar
3.1.2 Automatic cycle Off
be used as an ISO 7000-0026
alternative
The crossed out
Similar
word “AUTO” may
3.1.3 Manual override ISO 7000-0026 and
be used as an
ISO 7000-0096
alternative
3.1.4 Manual control ISO 7000-0096
3.1.5 On / Start IEC 60417–5007
3.1.6 Off / Stop IEC 60417–5008
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
3.1.7 On and Off IEC 60417–5010
3.1.8 Failure / malfunction ISO 7000-1603b
Continuous
3.1.9 adjustment increase IEC 60417-5004
/ decrease (linear)
Continuous
adjustment
3.1.10 ISO 7000-1364
increase/decrease
(rotational)
in addition to
functional symbol
3.1.11 Operating hours IEC 60617
(example see
3.3.4)
Extension,
Arrow in the
move out,
direction of
3.1.12 reel off,
movement (away
lift,
from the device)
Retraction,
Arrow in the
pulling in,
direction of
3.1.13 winding, movement
(towards the
lower,
device)
down
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
3.1.14 Turn clockwise
3.1.15 Turn anti-clockwise
3.1.16 Elevate
3.1.17 Depress
3.1.18 Slew
Moving apart,
3.1.19
pull apart
Go back,
3.1.20
retract
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
3.1.21 Left
3.1.22 Right
Read operator’s
3.1.23 ISO 7000-0790
manual

3.2 Basic symbols and basic symbol shapes for specific symbols in no. 3.3 to no. 3.12

3.2.1 Fire fighting vehicle
Fire fighting vehicle,
3.2.2
top view
3.2.3 Hydraulic pump ISO 7000-0134
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Similar
3.2.4 Tank
ISO 7000-0028
3.2.5 Pressure vessel
3.2.6 Turntable ladder
Symbols may
vary due to
3.2.7 Hydraulic platform
different boom
design principles
3.2.8 Winch ISO 7000-1176
Similar FAMA white
3.2.9 Monitor
paper-10.15
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
3.2.10 Hose-reel
3.2.11 Lamp, headlight
3.2.12 Telescopic mast
3.2.13 Water ISO 7000-0536
3.2.14 Foam concentrate
3.2.15 Powder
3.2.16 Air ISO 7000-0537
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Fire fighting pump(s)
3.2.17
(general)
3.3 Frame, engine and chassis
Fire fighting vehicle
3.3.1
(basic symbol)
Fire fighting vehicle,
3.3.2 top view (basic
symbol)
The “n” may be
3.3.3 Rotational speed replaced with a ISO 7000-1389
numeral
Engine operating FAMA white paper-
3.3.4
hours 9.26
3.3.5 Auxiliary cooler ISO 7000-0036
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Fit the sign in the
view of driver;
Height of vehicle,
3.3.6 diameter of sign
hint for driver
approximately
50 mm
Fit the sign in the
view of driver;
Width of vehicle, hint
3.3.7
diameter of sign
for driver
approximately
50 mm
Fit the sign in the
Gross laden mass
view of driver;
3.3.8 (GLM) of vehicle, diameter of sign
hint for driver approximately
50 mm
Fit the sign
outside in the
Fording depth, appropriate height
3.3.9 water crossing at driver side of
ability the cabin; width of
the symbol at
least 50 mm
Fit the sign in the
Fording depth, view of driver;
3.3.10 water crossing diameter of sign
ability, hint for driver approximately
50 mm
Power Take Off
or
3.3.11 ISO 7000-1200
(PTO) not engaged
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Power Take Off Similar
or
3.3.12
(PTO) engaged ISO 7000-1200
Example of
Power Take Off
symbol 3.3.11 in
(PTO) for fire ISO 7000-1202a or
3.3.13 combination with
fighting pump not ISO 7000-1202b
basic symbol
engaged
3.2.17
Example of
Power Take Off symbol 3.3.11 in
ISO 7000-1202a or
3.3.14 (PTO) for turntable combination with
ISO 7000-1202b
ladder not engaged basic symbol
3.2.6
3.3.15 Locker room opened
3.3.16 Locker room lock
3.3.17 Maintenance ISO 7000-0717
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
3.3.18 Vehicle backside
3.3.19 Folding step
3.3.20 Camera
3.3.21 Rear view camera
3.3.22 Door lock ISO 7000-0638
Power assisted reel
3.3.23
brackets
Power assisted
3.3.24
guard rail
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Power assisted Or 3.3.26 as
3.3.25
ladder gantry alternative
Power assisted
3.3.26
ladder gantry
3.3.27 Diesel fuel ISO 7000-1541
Or 3.3.29 as
3.3.28 Unleaded fuel ISO 7000-0237
alternative
3.3.29 Fuel ISO 7000-0245
3.3.30 Fuel additive
3.3.31 Exhaust gas ISO 7000-3405
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
3.4 Jacking
3.4.1 Jacking system ISO 7000-1222
Vehicle jacking
3.4.2
complete
3.4.3 Jacks out
3.4.4 Jacks in
3.4.5 Jacks down
3.4.6 Jacks up
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
3.4.7 House jacks (all)
Jacks force on
3.4.8
footplate
With arrow in
ISO 7000-1223 and
3.4.9 Jacks right side direction of
ISO 7000-1224
movement
With arrow in
ISO 7000-1223 and
3.4.10 Jacks left side direction of
ISO 7000-1224
movement
With arrow in
3.4.11 Jack left side front direction of ISO 7000-1226
movement
With arrow in
3.4.12 Jack left side rear direction of ISO 7000-1227
movement
With arrow in
3.4.13 Jack right side front direction of ISO 7000-1225
movement
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
With arrow in
3.4.14 Jack right side rear direction of ISO 7000-1228
movement
Jacks extend,
3.4.15 ISO 7000-2075
inclined
Jacks retract,
3.4.16 ISO 7000-2076
inclined
Axle-locking system
3.4.17 ISO 7000-1220
- on
Axle-locking system
3.4.18 ISO 7000-1221
- off
3.5 Electrical
Or 3.5.2 as
Main electrical
3.5.1 alternative related ISO 7000-0353
switch
to chassis
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Or 3.5.1 as
Main electrical
3.5.2 alternative related
switch
to chassis
External electrical Replace “xxxV”
power supply 12 V, with 12 V, 24 V,
3.5.3 ISO 7000-2616
24 V, 110 V, 230 V 110 V, 230 V or
or 400 V 400 V
3.5.4 Battery ISO 7000-0247
Battery disconnect;
3.5.5 ISO 7000-2063
battery shut-off
3.5.6 Voltmeter
3.5.7 Ammeter
3.5.8 Locker light
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
3.5.9 Cabin light ISO 7000-1421
Additional hazard
3.5.10 ISO 7000-0085
warning light
3.5.11 Day/Night switch
ISO 7000-1421 and
3.5.12 Reading light
ISO 7000-0790
For all roof
or
3.5.13 Beacon mounted optical ISO 7000-1141
alarm signals
ISO 7000-1142 and
3.5.14 Front priority light
ISO 7000-2601
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Lamp, headlight
3.5.15 ISO 7000-0235
(basic symbol)
Rear traffic warning
3.5.16
light
Traffic warning
3.5.17
signal on roof
3.5.18 Siren
Audible emergency
3.5.19 warning signal for
priority vehicles
Audible Warning
3.5.20 signal, Emergency
signal
Rearward moving
3.5.21 ISO 7000-2104
vehicle alarm
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Rearward-moving-
3.5.22 vehicle alarm, ISO 7000-2240
cancel
3.5.23 Radio main switch
3.5.24 Loudspeaker IEC 60617
3.5.25 Loudspeaker off IEC 60417-5436
3.5.26 Fuse box access ISO 7000-2567
Auxiliary radio
3.5.27
loudspeaker
3.5.28 Intercom
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Adjustable working
3.5.29 ISO 7000-1142
light
Telescoping mast FAMA white paper-
3.5.30
light 17.14
Telescopic mast
3.5.31
(basic symbol)
Telescoping mast
3.5.32 light, Off / On and
Off / On
FAMA white paper-
3.5.33 Front spotlight
17.9
FAMA white paper-
3.5.34 Back spotlight
17.10
3.5.35 Mirror light
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
3.5.36 Area lighting
3.5.37 Spotlight ISO 7000-1700
3.6 Extinguishing agent
Water
3.6.1 ISO 7000-0536
(basic symbol)
Foam concentrate
3.6.2
(basic symbol)
Powder
3.6.3
(basic symbol)
Air is not an
extinguishing
agent but this
3.6.4 Air symbol is used at ISO 7000-0537
compressed air
foam system
(CAFS)
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Mix of water and
3.6.5 foam- concentrate
(Foam solution)
Compressed air
FAMA white paper-
3.6.6 foam system
8.5
(CAFS), wet
Compressed air
FAMA white paper-
3.6.7 foam system
8.6
(CAFS), dry
Foam concentrate
3.6.8
injection
Foam concentrate
3.6.9
injection, in % rating
Foam concentrate
3.6.10
injection, engage
Foam concentrate
3.6.11
injection, disengage
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Foam concentrate
3.6.12 injection,
engage/disengage
Foam concentrate
3.6.13
and air injection
Air injection ,
3.6.14
engage
Air injection ,
3.6.15
disengage
Air injection ,
3.6.16
engage/disengage
Flush foam
3.6.17
concentrate
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
3.7 Pumps and compressor
Fire fighting pump(s)
3.7.1
(basic symbol)
Fire fighting pump,
3.7.2
priming (vacuum)
Fire fighting pump, FAMA white paper-
3.7.3
intake 12.6
Fire fighting pump, FAMA white paper-
3.7.4
delivery 12.7
Fire fighting pump,
3.7.5
draining
Fire fighting pump,
3.7.6
engage
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Fire fighting pump,
3.7.7
disengage
Fire fighting pump,
3.7.8
engage/disengage
Fire fighting pump,
3.7.9
air-bleed valve
Fire fighting pump,
3.7.10
by-pass
Fire fighting pump,
3.7.11
cavitation warning
Pump water FAMA white paper-
3.7.12
temperature warning 12.14
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No. Designation Symbol Remark Reference
Or 3.7.14 with the
word “AUTO” as
an alternative.
Additional ISO 7000-0026 for
Automatic operating
3.7.13 symbols may symbol automatic
pump system
have to be added cycle
to explain specific
automated
functions.
Or 3.7.13 with the
automatic cycle
symbol as an
alternative.
Automatic operating Additional
3.7.14
pump s
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