BS EN 1908:2004 - Safety requirements for cableways installations designed to carry person. Tensioning Devices

BS EN 1908:2004

Safety requirements for cableways installations designed to carry person. Tensioning Devices

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : October 2004 Replaced By : BS EN 1908:2015

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Standard NumberBS EN 1908:2004
TitleSafety requirements for cableways installations designed to carry person. Tensioning Devices
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date27 October 2004
Withdrawn Date31 July 2015
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 982, EN 1709, prEN 1907:2004, EN 1909, EN 12397, EN 12408, EN 12927-1, EN 12927-2, EN 12927-3, EN 12927-4, EN 12927-5, EN 12927-6, EN 12927-7, EN 12927-8, EN 12929-1, EN 12929-2, EN 12930, EN 13107, EN 13223, EN 13243, prEN 13796-1, prEN 13796-2, prEN 13796-3
Informative References(Provided for Information)2000/9/EC
Replaced ByBS EN 1908:2015
International RelationshipsEN 1908:2004
Draft Superseded By95/707251 DC
DescriptorsRopes, Passenger ropeways, Cableways, Tensile loading, Safety devices, Transportation safety
ICS45.100
Title in FrenchPrescriptions de securite pour les installations a cables transportant des personnes. Dispositifs de mise en tension
Title in GermanSicherheitsanforderungen fuer Seilbahnen fuer den Personenverkehr. Spanneinrichtungen
CommitteeMCE/20
ISBN0 580 446662
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages22
File Size364.1 KB
Price£130.00


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