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Komité: CEN/TC 397 (Baling presses - Safety requirements)
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Sluttdato: 15. nov 2018
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This European Standard specifies the safety requirements for the design, manufacture and information for the safe use of compactors that compact waste material or recyclable fractions (e. g. paper, plastics, textiles, cans, cardboard, mixed waste), hereafter referred to as materials. This European Standard applies to: — compactors using a horizontally moving screw, pendulum or plate as compacting part and where the materials move horizontally; and — compactors that are mechanically fed and/or fed by hand. These compactors can be: — static compactors; — transportable compactors; — traversing systems. The scope includes: — any integral mechanical feed equipment (e.g. bin lift/skip hoist); — feed hoppers/openings; — any integral pre-conditioning equipment in the hopper (e.g. perforators, pre-crushing devices and shredders); — integral material flow control equipment; — the interface between the compactor and any feed equipment (except those excluded from the scope). The scope of this European Standard does not cover: — compactors that are covered by EN 1501 (all parts); — underground compactors, however if these compactors can be used above ground this standard applies; — compactors using thermal technologies for compaction; — vacuum compactors; — compactors where materials are compacted vertically; — containers for static compactors, however the interface between the compactor and the container is included; — bins/skips in which materials are collected for feeding into the compactor; — any up-stream pre-treatment equipment that is not integral to the machine and is used to treat the materials before they are fed into the feed opening of the compactor; — vehicles including lifting equipment used to collect and transport the compactor or container; — cranes, lift trucks or other transportable plant used to load materials into the feed hopper/opening and the hazards arising out of using this equipment to load; — any suction or dust control equipment. This European standard does not cover the lifting and transport of transportable compactors. This European Standard does not apply to hazards arising from the materials being processed (e.g. asbestos, clinical waste, aerosol containers). All hazards mentioned in Clause 4 are dealt with in this European Standard. This European Standard is not applicable for compactors which are manufactured before the date of its publication as an EN.
Komité: CEN/TC 197 (Pumps)
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Sluttdato: 22. nov 2018
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This document contains technical safety requirements for the design, equipment and testing of brushless vehicle washing systems and vehicle washing systems with brushes for, indoor and outdoor operation e.g. roll-over vehicle washing systems, vehicle washing tunnels, manually movable vehicle washing facilities. This standard does not apply to hand-guided high pressure cleaners which are covered by EN 60335-2-79, to water recycling systems, buildings and doors for entering the traffic zone, for powered ride-on machines and powered walk-behind machines with a traction drive. NOTE Signals (example doors, lighting systems) may be provided by the vehicle washing system. This standard contains requirements for the protection of persons and objects from accidents and damages during use and operation of vehicle washing systems. Persons to be protected are - operators, - maintenance and monitoring personnel, - persons in the vicinity of vehicle washing systems, - persons sitting in the vehicle during cleaning. Objects to be protected are - vehicles. Significant hazards associated with vehicle washing systems are listed in Clause 4. These hazards have been established by a risk assessment according to EN ISO 12100 and require measures to eliminate the hazard or to reduce the risk. These measures are specified in Clause 5 of this standard. The safety requirements assume that vehicle washing systems are regularly maintained by trained and competent persons according to the manufacturer's information and that the operators, with the exception of users of self-service washing systems, have been instructed in the handling of vehicle washing systems.