Lighting columns - Part 6: Requirements for aluminium lighting columns
This European Standard specifies requirements for aluminium lighting columns. It includes materials and conformity control. It applies to post top columns not exceeding 20 m height for post top lanterns and to columns with brackets not exceeding 18 m height for side entry lanterns.
This European Standard specifies performance related to the essential requirements of resistance to horizontal (wind) loads and performance under impact in support of the Essential Requirement No 4 Safety in use measured according to the corresponding test methods included in this European Standard or available in separate European Standards.
It provides for the evaluation of conformity of the products to this European Standard.
Lichtmaste - Teil 6: Anforderungen für Lichtmaste aus Aluminium
Diese Europäische Norm legt Anforderungen für Lichtmaste aus Aluminium fest. Sie umfasst auch Werkstoffe und den Konformitätsnachweis. Sie gilt für gerade Maste für Aufsatzleuchten mit einer Höhe bis zu 20 m sowie für Auslegermaste für Ansatzleuchten mit einer Höhe bis zu 18 m.
Diese Europäische Norm legt Leistungsanforderungen im Hinblick auf die wesentliche Anforderung Widerstand gegen horizontale (Wind-)Lasten sowie gegen An-prall von Fahrzeugen (passive Sicherheit) in Unterstützung der wesentlichen Anforderung Nr. 4 Nutzungssicherheit fest, bestimmt nach den entsprechenden Prüfverfahren, die in dieser oder in separaten Normen enthalten sind.
Sie dient dem Nachweis der Konformität der Produkte mit dieser Europäischen Norm.
Candélabres d'éclairage public - Partie 6: Exigences pour les candélabres d'éclairage public en aluminium
La présente partie spécifie les prescriptions relatives aux candélabres d'éclairage public en aluminium. Elle comprend les matériaux et contrôles de conformité. Elle s'applique aux candélabres ne dépassant pas 20 m de haut, pour les luminaires montés au sommet, et aux candélabres a crosses ne dépassant 18 m de haut, pour les luminaires a entrée latérale.
La présente partie spécifie les performances liées aux exigences essentielles de résistance aux charges horizontales (dues au vent) et au comportement en cas de choc en application de l'exigence essentielle n°4, Sécurité en utilisation, mesurées conformément aux méthodes d'essai correspondantes incluses dans cette Norme européenne ou dans des Normes européennes distinctes.
Cette Norme européenne spécifie également l'évaluation de la conformité des produits.
Drogovi za razsvetljavo - 6. del: Zahteve za aluminijaste drogove za razsvetljavo
Standards Content (sample)
2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Lighting columns - Part 6: Requirements for aluminium lighting columnsDrogovi za razsvetljavo - 6. del: Zahteve za aluminijaste drogove za razsvetljavoCandélabres d'éclairage public - Partie 6: Exigences pour les candélabres d'éclairage public en aluminiumLichtmaste - Teil 6: Anforderungen für Lichtmaste aus AluminiumTa slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 40-6:2002SIST EN 40-6:2002en93.080.4077.150.10ICS:SIST EN 40-6:20011DGRPHãþDSLOVENSKISTANDARDSIST EN 40-6:200201-september-2002
EUROPEAN STANDARDNORME EUROPÉENNEEUROPÄISCHE NORMEN 40-6April 2002ICS 77.150.10; 93.080.40Supersedes EN 40-6:2000English versionLighting columns - Part 6: Requirements for aluminium lightingcolumnsCandélabres d'éclairage public - Partie 6: Exigences pourles candélabres d'éclairage public en aluminiumLichtmaste - Teil 6: Anforderungen für Lichtmaste ausAluminiumThis European Standard was approved by CEN on 25 February 2002.CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this EuropeanStandard the status of a national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such nationalstandards may be obtained on application to the 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 translationunder the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the Management Centre has the same status as the officialversions.CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR STANDARDIZATIONCOMITÉ EUROPÉEN DE NORMALISATIONEUROPÄISCHES KOMITEE FÜR NORMUNGManagement Centre: rue de Stassart, 36
B-1050 Brussels© 2002 CENAll rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reservedworldwide for CEN national Members.Ref. No. EN 40-6:2002 E
EN 40-6:2002 (E)2ContentspageForeword31Scope42Normative references43Terms and definitions54Materials65Dimensions66Design and design verification67Welding68Joints79Protection against mechanical impact710Internal finish and sharp edges811Corrosion protection812Marking913Conformity control914Acceptance criteria1315Re-testing1416Performance under vehicle impact – Passive safety15Annex A (informative) Corrosion protection for aluminium lighting columns16Annex B (informative) Recommendations for storage and installation17Annex C (normative) Initial type tests18Annex ZA (informative) Clauses of this European Standard addressing the provisions of theEU Construction Products Directive19
EN 40-6:2002 (E)3ForewordThis document EN 40-6:2002 has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 50"Lighting columns and spigots", the secretariat of which is held by BSI.This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publicationof an identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by October 2002, and conflicting nationalstandards shall be withdrawn at the latest by January 2004.This document supercedes EN 40-6:2000.This document has been prepared under a mandate given to CEN by the EuropeanCommission and the European Free Trade Association and supports essential requirements ofEU Directive 89/106/EEC.For relationship with EU Directive 89/106/EEC see informative annex ZA which is anintegral part of this document.In this standard the annexes A and B are informative and the annex C is normative.Wherever reference is made to classes, they are considered to be technical classes and notclasses according to 3(2) of the Construction Products Directive.This European Standard is the sixth in a series relating to specifications for lighting columns.At present the Parts of this standard are as follows:Part 1: Definitions and termsPart 2: General requirements and dimensionsPart 3: Design and verification3-1:Specification for characteristic loads3-2:Verification by testing3-3:Verification by calculationPart 4: Requirements for reinforced and prestressed concrete lighting columnsPart 5: Requirements for steel lighting columnsPart 6: Requirements for aluminium lighting columnsPart 7: Requirements for fibre reinforced polymer composite lighting columnsAccording to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizationsof the following countries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium,Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy,
EN 40-6:2002 (E)4Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and theUnited Kingdom.1
ScopeThis European Standard specifies requirements for aluminium lighting columns. It includesmaterials and conformity control. It applies to post top columns not exceeding 20 m height forpost top lanterns and to columns with brackets not exceeding 18 m height for side entrylanterns.This European Standard specifies performance related to the essential requirements of resistanceto horizontal (wind) loads and performance under vehicle impact (passive safety) in support ofthe Essential Requirement No 4 Safety in use measured according to the corresponding testmethods included in this European Standard or available in separate European Standards.It provides for the evaluation of conformity of the products to this European Standard.2
Normative referencesThis European Standard incorporates, by dated or undated reference, provisions from otherpublications. These normative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text, andthe publications are listed hereafter. For dated references, subsequent amendments to orrevisions of any of these publications apply to this European Standard only when incorporatedin it by amendment or revision. For undated references the latest edition of the publicationreferred to applies (including amendments).EN 40-1Lighting columns - Part 1: Definitions and terms.prEN 40-2:1999Lighting columns - Part 2: General requirements and dimensions.EN 40-3-1Lighting columns - Design and verification - Part 3-1: Specification forcharacteristic loads.EN 40-3-2Lighting columns - Design and verification - Part 3-2: Verification bytesting.prEN 40-3-3Lighting columns - Design and verification - Part 3-3: Verification bycalculation.EN 288-1Specification and approval of welding procedures for metallic materials –Part 1: General rules for fusion welding.EN 288-2Specification and approval of welding procedures for metallic materials –Part 2: Welding procedures specification for arc welding.
EN 40-6:2002 (E)5EN 288-4Specification and approval of welding procedures for metallic materials –Part 4: Welding procedure tests for the arc welding of aluminium and itsalloys.EN 288-8Specification and approval of welding procedures for metallic materials –Part 8: Approval by a pre-production welding test.EN 485-3Aluminium and aluminium alloys - Sheet, strip and plates -Part 3:Tolerances on shape and dimensions for hot rolled products.EN 485-4Aluminium and aluminium alloys - Sheet, strip and plates – Part 4:Tolerances on shape and dimensions for cold rolled products.EN 571-1Non-destructive testing – Penetrant testing – General principles.EN 755-7Aluminium and aluminium alloys - Extruded rod/bar, tube and profiles -Part 7: Seamless tubes, tolerances on dimension and form.EN 755-8Aluminium and aluminium alloys - Extruded rod/bar, tube and profiles -Part 8: Porthole tubes, tolerances on dimensions and form.EN 970Non-destructive examination of fusion welds - Visual examination.EN 1011-1Welding - Recommendations for welding of metallic materials – Generalguidance for arc welding.EN 1011-4Welding - Recommendations for welding of metallic materials -
Arcwelding of aluminium and aluminium alloys.EN 1706Aluminium and aluminium alloys - Castings - Chemical composition andmechanical properties.EN 10025Hot rolled products of non-alloy structural steels - Technical deliveryconditions.EN 10204Metallic products - Types of inspection documents.EN 12767Passive safety of support structures for road equipment – Requirementsand test methods.EN 50102Degrees of protection provided by enclosures for electrical equipmentagainst external mechanical impacts (IK code).3
Terms and definitionsFor the purposes of this European Standard, the terms and definitions given in EN 40-1 apply.EN 40-6:2002 (E)64
AluminiumMaterials used shall comply with one of the following standards: EN 485-3, EN 485-4, EN 755-7, EN 755-8 and EN 1706.Electrolytic action between the foundation bolts and the flange plate shall be prevented byinsulation or physical separation.4.2
Foundation boltsThe minimum mechanical properties of the steel used for foundation bolts shall comply with therequirements of EN 10025 grade S 235 JR.5DimensionsDimensions shall be in accordance with prEN 40-2.6
Design and design verificationThe column shall be designed to sustain safely the dead loads and the wind loads specified inEN 40-3-1.The structural design of a lighting column shall be verified either by calculation in accordancewith prEN 40-3-3 or by testing in accordance with EN 40-3-2.7Welding7.1
Welding processArc welding of aluminium and its alloys shall be in accordance with EN 1011-1 andprEN 1011-4.7.2
Welding proceduresWelding procedures shall comply with EN 288-1 and EN 288-2.Written procedures shall be provided for the main structural joints which shall include whererelevant the flange plate joint, the base compartment to shaft joint, the door reinforcement, anyintermediate column joint, the column to bracket joint and the column seam weld when this iscarried out at the time of column manufacture.
EN 40-6:2002 (E)7Welding procedures shall be approved in accordance with EN 288-8. Pre-production test piecesshall represent the main structural joints.Welding procedures shall be verified by testing to the requirements of EN 288-4. The weldingconsumables and procedures used shall be such that the mechanical properties of the as-deposited weld metal will not be less than the respective minimum values required by thedesigner's specifications for the parent metal to be welded. Verification shall be by a weldingco-ordinator.Procedures shall be reviewed and reapproved where necessary after a period of seven years.7.3
Welding personnelWelders shall be tested for each approved procedure to which they shall be required to work(see 7.2). Test pieces shall be as used in the original procedure tests. The approval range shall bein accordance with that for the original procedure.8Joints8.1
GeneralAll joints shall be designed to the requirements specified in clause 6.NOTEDesign of joint details should avoid moisture retention and corrosion.8.2
Friction jointsWhen joints are made by drawing parts together to form a friction joint the additional stresses inthe connection shall be included in the design.8.3Welded jointsWelded joints shall comply with the requirements of clause 7.9
Protection against mechanical impactA type test shall be carried out on each type of column base, or part, provided that each end ofthe part extends at least 0,3 m above and below the door opening. The test shall comply with animpact protection category of IK08 as specified in EN 50102 with the door fitted.The test equipment shall be either impact pendulum hammer or vertical free fall hammer.The number of impacts shall be five and shall be applied around the circumference at the midheight of the door. For circular columns these shall be equi-spaced around the remainingcircumference excluding the door. For octagonal columns these shall be on each of the adjacentfaces excluding the door.
EN 40-6:2002 (E)8After testing there shall be no indentation greater than 3 mm in depth when measured with aprofile gauge. The test validates those products of which the outside diameter (or flatdimension) is equal to or less than the diameter being tested, with the same wall thickness andmaterial strength.NOTE 1
A type is defined by the shape, the dimensions and thickness and material of the section atmid door height.NOTE 2
For sections other than circular or octagonal the provisions defined above apply.10Internal finish and sharp edges10.1
CablewaysCableways shall conform with the requirements of prEN 40-2.10.2
Access pointsAll access points used for the installation and fitting of electrical equipment shall be free fromrough edges and burrs.11Corrosion protection11.1
Areas of the column for consideration of corrosion protectionFor corrosion protection purposes the column is divided into the following areas:Area A : The exterior surface of the column from the top to a minimum of 0,2 m aboveground level or the whole exterior for a column with flange plate.NOTE 1
The minimum of 0,2 m allows a protection overlap.Area B : The exterior surface of the ground section including a minimum length of0,25 m above ground level.Area C : The interior surface of the column.NOTE 2
The minimum values in A and B can be increased in countries where snow can causecorrosion problems.11.2
Corrosion protection measuresUnless otherwise specified the corrosion protection measures given in annex A arerecommended.NOTE
Additional measures for corrosion protection at the erection site, do not fall within the scope ofthis standard.EN 40-6:2002 (E)912
MarkingAll columns and brackets shall be clearly and durably marked with: a)
the name or symbol of the manufacturer; b)
the year of manufacture; c)
a reference to this standard; d)
a unique product code.The marking shall be formed either in the material or by painting, hard stamping or by asecurely fixed label.NOTEFor CE marking and labelling see ZA.3.13
Conformity control13.1 Evaluation of conformity13.1.1 Factory production controlLighting columns and brackets shall be manufactured under a permanent factory productioncontrol system which incorporates the relevant requirements of 13.3 to 13.10 and clauses 14 and15.The production control system shall include the following operations: - the specification and verification of raw materials and constituents; - the identification of the controlling and checking procedures for the design of new ormodified products including the inspection and calibration of equipment; - the controls and tests
to be carried out during manufacture according to a frequency laiddown;- the identification and recording of any instances of non-conformity; - the procedures for correcting any instances of non-conformity.The manufacturer shall record the results of the production control system. These recordsshall include at least the following: - identification of the product tested; - the dates of sampling; - the test methods used; - the test and inspection results; - the dates of the tests; - the identification of the responsible authority within the factory; - calibration of records.
EN 40-6:2002 (E)10Where third party surveillance is required the following shall apply: - the tests necessary to confirm conformity shall be identified; - the frequency of surveillance tests shall be specified; - the third party shall be able to undertake verification of the manufacturer’s test records; - records shall be made available to the third party for examination.13.1.2 Initial type testingInitial type tests shall conform to annex C.13.2 SamplingIf required in a particular specification of the customer all lighting columns and/or bracketsmanufactured shall be submitted for verification. A control sample for verification testing shallbe taken randomly from each lot and presented for testing. The minimum number of articlesfrom each lot to form the control sample shall comply with Table 1.A lot shall consist of columns or brackets of the same nominal height/projection, type anddesign strength.Table 1 - Control sample size related to lot sizeNumber of articles in the lotMinimum number of articles in the controlsample1 to 314 to 5003501 to 1 200513.3 Dimensional verificationAll dimensional parameters given in prEN 40-2 and applicable to the lot shall be verified. Theseinclude:length/projection;cross-section - at each end and at all changes in cross-section;door opening;cable entry slot;planting depth ;flange plate dimensions ;
EN 40-6:2002 (E)11base plate dimensions ;lantern fixing diameter, length and angle.Tolerances shall be in accordance with prEN 40-2.Measurements shall be taken with the column and/or bracket in the horizontal position.Dimensions shall be verified using a measuring tape or gauge which shall be checked foraccuracy according to a documented calibration procedure.13.4 Straightness verificationWhen any article in the control sample indicates non-compliance, it shall be verified by either orboth of the following methods. The column shall be placed horizontally on flat ground or timberbearers with the face showing the greatest curvature at 90° to the vertical plane.Method A: A line shall be fixed at each end of the column above the maximum bow, tautened,and measurements taken from the line to the column surface with rule or tape measure at aminimum of six locations at or near the apparent posit...