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AVA should be estimated using the procedure outlined in A. The release of the pressurizing air by mechanical extraction is a satisfactory method. Power supplies; EN is included in a series of European Standards planned to cover also: An informative database of European and national provisions on dangerous substances is available at the Construction web site on EUROPA accessed through http: Typical leakage areas for the types of windows likely to be found in the pressurized space are given in Table A.
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When automatically controlled release venting is used, the venting shall take place on the fire storey only and the air release vents on all other storeys shall remain closed. It is vitally important that the architect and builder agree with the installing engineer, with full regard to prevailing national regulatory requirements, what is expected from the escape route construction.
When selecting a fan for the required performance, account shall be taken of the temperature and time for which the system is required to work see 9. All electrical installations shall be installed, and periodically inspected and tested with necessary maintenance carried outby qualified electrical engineers.
This production control system documentation shall ensure a common understanding of conformity evaluation and enable the achievement of the required component characteristics and the effective operation of the production control system to be checked. If excessive pressures are allowed to develop in the protected space it may become difficult or impossible to open doors into the space.
The spread of smoke should be prevented from entering into sensitive areas such as those containing ce equipment, data processing and other items that are particularly sensitive to smoke damage. However, it cannot be assumed that windows will have failed before fire service arrival, and it is therefore necessary to ensure that sufficient leakage area is available via the external facade, the ventilation ductwork or specifically designed air release paths.
It should be assumed that 121015- arrangements shown are informative only. In any case the operation shall lead to an equivalent level of conformity of the kit as if normal FPC had been carried out during the production. Also refer to Clause 12 for further information. All primary and secondary electrical supplies to: This will lead to design assumptions which are expected to be appropriate to the particular project, especially in regard c the most likely leakage paths caused by simultaneous open doors as outlined in Clause 5.
If the measured airflow is below the design value, then selected doors separating the pressurized and unpressurized spaces should be opened and the airflow measured again.
The typical leakage paths that may exist in a building are open doors, gaps around closed doors, lift doors, windows etc.
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 December ce, and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by December In order to meet the provisions of the EU Construction Products Directive, these requirements need also to be complied with, c and where they apply.
Information on standards BSI provides a wide range of information on national, European and Licensed copy: Any increase or decrease in inlet or outlet pressure due to wind effect will be communicated through the building, possibly 1211-5 the differential pressure balances through it. In this case not all kits of the family have to be tested for the purposes of the initial type testing.
The smoke detectors may be part of the fire detection system protecting the building or may be dedicated to the pressure differential system. Usually this fan duty will be less than that identified in 9. Specification for powered smoke and heat exhaust ventilators  prENSmoke and heat control systems — Part 8: The BSI copyright notice displayed in this document indicates when the document was last issued.
This being accomplished, the total air supply required with the doors open to the fire floor should now be calculated as a first order correction: If during the procedures outlined in item a the air supply to the pressurized spaces increases when doors are opened between the pressurized and unpressurized spaces, 1211-5 likely cause is a lower than expected rate of leakage from the unpressurized space. Alternatively it is possible to utilise a system controlled by pressure sensors so that the air cf or exhaust can be continuously varied to produce the pressure or flow required.
However, in compartmented buildings it may be possible to depressurize individual spaces. It covers systems intended to protect means of escape such as stairwells, corridors and lobbies, as well as systems intended to provide a protected firefighting bridgehead for the Fire Services. All doors of this lobby ct be self closing.
Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Therefore automatic smoke detectors shall be used to actuate the pressure differential system equipment, because a considerable quantity of smoke may be produced in the early stage of a fire before a heat detection, sprinkler or other extinguishing system is initiated. Where two or more pressurized stairs or lobbies open into the same unpressurized 11201-5 then the area of the relief vent per storey should reflect the total air passing on to the floor from the pressurized spaces.
When a common duct system serves several separate pressurized spaces it is important to ensure that, when the pressure in one or more spaces is disturbed because of open doors, the effect on the air supply to the others will be minimal.
Construction materials and building Revisions British Standards are updated by amendment or revision. Buoyancy experienced by hot gases on the fire storey. Buying standards Orders for all BSI, international and foreign standards publications should be addressed to Customer Services.
When the designer is unable to comply with this document in full, an alternative fire safety engineered approach can be adopted. The systems incorporate smoke control components in accordance with the relevant Parts of EN and kits comprising these and possibly other components see 3.
HVAC systems can supply air to the fire zone and aid combustion, or transport smoke rapidly to areas not within the zone of the source of the fire, and are often shut down in the event of fire. It is important that the architect and builder are aware of the 121101-5 for the construction to be as airtight as possible.