CWA 16221:2010 - Vehicle security barriers. Performance requirements, test methods and guidance on application

CWA 16221:2010

Vehicle security barriers. Performance requirements, test methods and guidance on application

Status : Current   Published : October 2010

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This CWA specifies a classification system for the performance of a vehicle security barrier (VSB) when subjected to a single horizontal impact. This CWA specifies two methods for determining the performance classification of a VSB: - the vehicle impact method for all types of VSBs using a test vehicle classified in accordance with EC Directive 2007/46/EC [1] and registered for use in Europe; - the design method for all types of VSBs. This CWA refers to alternative test methods for determining the performance classification of a VSB (see Annex A). This CWA also provides guidance for the selection, installation and use of VSBs (see Annexes D to M). This CWA also describes the process of producing operational requirements (see Annex N). This CWA does not cover the performance of a VSB or its control apparatus when subjected to: - blast explosion; - ballistic impact; - manual attack, with the aid of tools (excluding vehicles). NOTE?For manual attack, attention is drawn to LPS 1175 which covers test methods for assessing burglary resistance of building components, such as doors, windows, shutters, grilles, strongpoints and security enclosures.




Standard NumberCWA 16221:2010
TitleVehicle security barriers. Performance requirements, test methods and guidance on application
StatusCurrent
Publication Date01 October 2010
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
DescriptorsRoad transport, Transportation safety, Traffic, Road vehicles, Security, Barriers, Protective barriers, Street furniture, Testing
ICS93.080.30
PublisherCEN
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages98
File Size1.572 MB
Price£75.00


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