BS 7036-2:1996 - Code of practice for safety at powered doors for pedestrian use. Straight and curved sliding doors and prismatic and folding doors – BSI British Standards

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BS 7036-2:1996

Code of practice for safety at powered doors for pedestrian use. Straight and curved sliding doors and prismatic and folding doors

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : April 1996 Replaced By : BS 7036-0:2014, BS EN 16005:2012

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Code of practice for safety at powered doors for pedestrian use - Part 2: Straight and curved sliding doors and prismatic and folding doors

Executive summary

Safety recommendations for straight and curved sliding doors and prismatic and folding doors.

Abstract

This British Standard, a part of the BS 7036 series, provides guidance on the  specific safety recommendations applicable to the following types of powered sliding doors:

a) single, bi-parting and telescopic straight sliding doors; and

b) single and bi-parting curved sliding doors and prismatic doors; and

c) folding doors.

The aim of this standard is to give guidance to manufacturers, suppliers, installers, specifiers, occupiers and property owners on the specific recommendations for the provision, installation, safe operation and maintenance of powered sliding doors with a view to safeguarding traffic against the risk of accidents. It is not intended to cover the manufacture or design of powered sliding door operating systems except where the products, components or devices have a bearing on safety.

History and related standards

This British Standard together with BS 7036-1 and BS 7036-3 supersedes BS 7036:1988 which is withdrawn.

This standard should be read in conjunction with BS 7036-1.

This standard includes the following cross references:

BS 6262:1982, BS 7036, BS 7036-1:1996, BS 7036, BS 7036-3:1996.




Standard NumberBS 7036-2:1996
TitleCode of practice for safety at powered doors for pedestrian use. Straight and curved sliding doors and prismatic and folding doors
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date15 April 1996
Confirm Date01 January 2010
Withdrawn Date31 October 2014
Cross ReferencesBS 6262, BS 7036:Part 1, BS 7036:Part 3
Replaced ByBS 7036-0:2014, BS EN 16005:2012
ReplacesBS 7036:1988
Amended ByAMD 9375
Draft Superseded By95/709602 DC
DescriptorsAutomatic control systems, Doors, Sliding doors, Folding doors, Pedestrians, Safety devices, Electrical safety, Detectors, Dimensions, Barriers, Means of escape from fire in buildings, Fire-escape routes, Electrically-operated devices
ICS91.060.50
Title in FrenchCode de bonne pratique de securite des portes automatiques pour usage pieton. Portes a coulisse droite et courbee et portes battantes et a prisme
Title in GermanLeitfaden zur Sicherheit von automatischen Tuersystemen fuer den menschlichen Gebrauch. Glatte und gewellte Schiebetueren, sowie prismatische und Falttueren
CommitteeMHE/31
ISBN0 580 25597 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages18
File Size442.5 KB
Price£126.00


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