This document applies to hand-held branchpipes. It deals with:
- safety requirements;
- performance requirements;
- test methods;
- classification and designation;
- instructions for use and maintenance;
- marking.
It is advised to read this document in conjunction with parts 2, 3 or 4.
This document does not apply to branchpipes covered by EN 671 series, foam branchpipes covered by EN 16712-3, powder branchpipes, or branchpipes with a maximum working pressure above 40 bar.
NOTE 1   The W...
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In addition to the requirements given in EN 15182-1:2019, this document applies to hand-held combination branchpipes (nozzles), with a nominal pressure of 16 bar (1,6 MPa) PN 16, with a maximum flow rate up to 1 000 l/min at a reference pressure of 6 bar (0,6 MPa). It deals with:
- safety requirements;
- performance requirements;
- test methods.
This document applies to branchpipes as defined in Annex A of EN 15182-1:2019.

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In addition to the requirements given in EN 15182-1:2019, this document applies to hand-held high pressure branchpipes (nozzles) with a nominal pressure of 40 bar (4,0 MPa) PN 40, with a maximum flow rate up to 250 l/min at a reference pressure of 6 bar (0,6 MPa). It deals with:
- safety requirements;
-  performance requirements;
- test methods.
This document applies to branchpipes as defined in Annex A of EN 15182-1:2019.

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In addition to the requirements given in EN 15182-1:2019, this document applies to hand-held branchpipes with smooth bore jet and/or one fixed spray jet angle branchpipes with a nominal pressure of 16 bar (1,6 MPa) PN 16, with a maximum flow rate up to 1 000 l/min at a reference pressure of 6 bar (0,6 MPa). It deals with:
- safety requirements;
- performance requirements;
- test methods.
This document applies to branchpipes as defined in Annex A of EN 15182-1:2019.
WARNING 1 — These branchp...
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1.1   This document applies to high expansion foam generators, having an expansion ratio greater than 200:1, whose only source of external power is the pressure and/or flow of the water supply to the device. This is used by fire and rescue services and contains their specification and test procedures.
NOTE   In this document, the term"foam generator" also refers to "high expansion foam generator".
1.2   This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events, with ...
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This European Standard specifies safety and performance requirements for double acting hydraulic rescue tools manufactured after the date of publication.
It is applicable to double acting hydraulic rescue tool systems which are intended for use by the firefighting and rescue services, principally for cutting through, spreading or pushing apart the structural parts of road vehicles, ships, trains, aircraft and building structures involved in accidents. They consist of a separate power pack, the ...
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1.1   This European Standard applies to handheld foam branchpipes, and self-inducting foam branchpipes, for low and medium expansion foam used by fire and rescue services and defines their specification and test procedures.
NOTE   In this European Standard, the term "branchpipe" also refers to "hand-held foam branchpipes".
1.2   This European Standard is not applicable to hand-held foam branchpipes which have been manufactured before its date of publication as European Standard.

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1.1   This European Standard specifies performance requirements and test methods for pick-up tubes.
This European Standard applies to pick-up tubes from DN 20 to DN 50 which are used for the suction of foam concentrate or additives and defines their requirements and test procedures.
Pick-up tubes are especially used with inductors in accordance with prEN 16712-1.
NOTE   Pick-up tubes can also be used for the suction of other substances (e.g. absorbents).
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1.1   This European Standard defines requirements and tests which apply to inductors PN 16 which are used to proportion foam concentrate or other additives to the water stream and work using the Venturi principle.
1.2   This European Standard is not applicable to inductors which are integrated in self-inducting foam branchpipe.
1.3   This European Standard is not applicable to inductors which have been manufactured before its date of publication as European Standard.

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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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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for semi-rigid hoses for fire-fighting purposes for use with fixed systems. The hoses are intended for use at a maximum working pressure of 1,2 MPa for hoses of 19 mm and 25 mm inside diameter and 0,7 MPa for hoses of 33 mm inside diameter.
Hoses conforming to this European Standard are intended for applications where long intervals can occur between the occasions of use, for example on fixed fire hose reels in buildings and oth...
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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for non-percolating layflat hoses for fixed systems. The hoses are intended for use at a maximum working pressure of 1,5 MPa over a range of inside diameters from 25 mm to 52 mm.
This European Standard applies exclusively to hoses for fire-fighting purposes intended for use at a minimum ambient temperature of −20 °C in normal conditions, and a minimum temperature of −30 °C in colder climatic conditions and a maximum ambient temp...
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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for semi-rigid hoses for use on fire-fighting vehicles and trailer pumps. The hoses are intended for use at a maximum working pressure of 1,5 MPa for normal pressure hoses (category I) and 4,0 MPa for high pressure hoses (category II). The hoses are further subdivided into types and classes (see Clause 4).
This European Standard applies to hoses for fire-fighting purposes intended for use at ambient conditions within the tempera...
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This European Standard applies to systems which add a foam concentrate to the water discharged from a fire-fighting centrifugal pump either:
a)   by a positive-pressure proportioning system (PPPS) alone, or
b)   together with compressed-air by means of a compressed-air foam system (CAFS).
In both cases pressure is applied to the foam concentrate in order to permit continuous operation. Such systems are permanently installed in fire-fighting vehicles. Permanently installed or fixed systems in buil...
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1.1   This European Standard specifies the safety and performance requirements and test methods applicable to turntable ladders with combined movements of classes 18, 24, 30 and > 30 to 56, as defined in 3.13, under the control of fire-fighters and intended for fire fighting and rescuing people.
NOTE   This European Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 1846–1, EN 1846–2 and EN 1846–3.
Turntable ladder vehicles comprise a chassis, bodywork and a powered extending structure unit in...
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1.1   This European Standard specifies the safety and performance requirements and test methods applicable to turntable ladders with sequential movements of classes 18, 24, 30 and > 30 to 56, as defined in 3.13, under the control of fire-fighters and intended for fire fighting and rescuing people.
NOTE   This European Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 1846–1, EN 1846–2 and EN 1846–3.
Turntable ladder vehicles comprise a chassis, bodywork and a powered extending structure unit ...
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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:
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1.1   This European Standard specifies the common requirements for safety and the (minimum) common performance requirements of firefighting and rescue service vehicles as designated in EN 1846-1.
NOTE 1   Categories and mass classes of these vehicles are given in EN 1846-1.
When drafting this European Standard it has been assumed that the finished standard automotive chassis (or the chassis designed in accordance with the same principles) that is the basis for the firefighting or rescue vehicle, o...
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This European standard specifies test methods for lay-flat fire-fighting hoses for fixed systems, semi-rigid fire-fighting hoses for both fixed systems and vehicles and fire-fighting suction hoses for vehicles.
These test methods are required for the standards for fire-fighting hose product standards developed by CEN/TC 192. Consequently, the applicable test methods are selected and the requirements and test values defined in the relevant fire-fighting hose product standards and normatively ref...
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This European Standard establishes classes and defines categories which are functions of the use and mass of the firefighting and rescue service vehicles and provides a designation system that gives the various criteria used for characterizing the vehicles.

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