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ASSE/SAFE - ANSI A10.4 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR PERSONNEL HOISTS AND EMPLOYEE ELEVATORS ON CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION SITES - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD FOR CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION OPERATIONS Organization: ASSE/SAFE
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: This standard applies to the design, construction, installation, operation, inspection, testing, maintenance, alterations and repair of hoists and elevators that 1) are not an integral part of buildings, 2) are installed inside or outside buildings or structures during construction, alteration, demolition or operations and 3) are used to raise and lower workers and other personnel connected with or related to the structure.
ASME A17.5 - ELEVATOR AND ESCALATOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT - INCORPORATES ERRATA: 10/2014 Organization: ASME
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: The requirements of this Standard apply to the following electrical equipment for elevators, escalators, moving walks, dumbwaiters, material lifts, and elevating devices for persons with physical disabilities (platform lifts and stairway chairlifts): (a) motor controllers; (b) motion controllers; (c) operation controllers; (d) operating devices; and (e) all other electrical equipment not listed/certified and labelled/marked according to another product safety standard or code.
CSA B44.1 - ELEVATOR AND ESCALATOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT - FIFTH EDITION; UPDATE NO. 1: AUGUST 2014; UPDATE NO. 2: OCTOBER 2016 Organization: CSA
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: The requirements of this Standard apply to the following electrical equipment for elevators, escalators, moving walks, dumbwaiters, material lifts, and elevating devices for persons with physical disabilities (platform lifts and stairway chairlifts): (a) motor controllers; (b) motion controllers; (c) operation controllers; (d) operating devices; and (e) all other electrical equipment not listed/certified and labelled/marked according to another product safety standard or code.
ISO DIS 22201-1 - LIFTS (ELEVATORS), ESCALATORS AND MOVING WALKS - PROGRAMMABLE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS IN SAFETY RELATED APPLICATIONS - PART 1: LIFTS (ELEVATORS) (PESSRAL) Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-01-04
Description: NOTE Within this International Standard, the UK term “lift” is used throughout instead of the US term “elevator”. This International Standard is also applicable for PESSRAL that are new or deviate from those described in this International Standard.
ISO TR 11071-1 - COMPARISON OF WORLDWIDE LIFT SAFETY STANDARDS PART 1: ELECTRIC LIFTS (ELEVATORS) - SECOND EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2004-07-15
Description: NOTE 1 The following standards were compared in the original (1990) publication: — CEN EN 81 – Part 1:1985; — ASME/ANSI A17.1 (1987 edition plus the A17.a-1988 and A17.1b-1989 addenda); — CSA/CAN3-B44 (1985 edition plus Supplement 1 – 1987); — USSR Elevator design and safe operation code (Edition NEDRA, 1971); — CMEA – Elevator Safety Regulations of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance.
ISO 22201-2 - LIFTS (ELEVATORS), ESCALATORS AND MOVING WALKS - PROGRAMMABLE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS IN SAFETY RELATED APPLICATIONS - PART 2: ESCALATORS AND MOVING WALKS (PESSRAE) - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2013-03-15
Description: In particular, this International Standard a) uses safety integrity levels (SIL) for specifying the target failure rate for the safety functions to be implemented by the PESSRAE; b) specifies the requirements for achieving safety integrity for a function but does not specify who is responsible for implementing and maintaining the requirements (for example, designers, suppliers, owner/operating company, contractor); this responsibility is assigned to different parties according to safety planning and national regulations; c) applies to PES used in escalator and moving walk applications that meet the minimum requirements of a recognized escalator and moving walk standards such as EN 115, ASME A17.1/CSA B44, or escalator and moving walk laws such as The Japan Building Standard Law Enforcement Order For Elevator and Escalator; d) defines the relationship between this International Standard and IEC 61508 and defines the relationship between this International Standard and the EMC Standard for Escalators and moving walks on immunity, ISO 22200; e) outlines the relationship between escalator and moving walk safety functions and their safe-state conditions; f) applies to phases and activities that are specific to design of hardware and software but not those phases and activities which occur post design, for example sourcing and manufacturing; g) requires the manufacturer of the PESSRAE to provide instructions that specify what is necessary to maintain the integrity of the PESSRAE (instruction manual) for organization carrying out the assembly, connections, adjustment and maintenance of the escalators and moving walks; h) provides requirements relating to the hardware and software safety validation; i) establishes the safety integrity levels for specific escalator and moving walk safety functions; j) specifies techniques/measures required for achieving the specified safety integrity levels; k) defines a maximum level of performance (SIL 3) which can be achieved for a PESSRAE according to this International Standard and defines a minimum level of performance (SIL 1).
ISO DIS 22201-2 - LIFTS (ELEVATORS), ESCALATORS AND MOVING WALKS - PROGRAMMABLE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS IN SAFETY RELATED APPLICATIONS - PART 2: ESCALATORS AND MOVING WALKS (PESSRAE) Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-01-04
Description: In particular, this International Standard: a) uses safety integrity levels (SIL) for specifying the target failure rate for the safety functions to be implemented by the PESSRAE; b) specifies the requirements for achieving safety integrity for a function but does not specify who is responsible for implementing and maintaining the requirements (for example, designers, suppliers, owner/operating company, contractor); this responsibility is assigned to different parties according to safety planning and national regulations; c) applies to PE systems used in escalator and moving walk applications that meet the minimum requirements of a recognized escalator and moving walk standards such as EN 115, ASME A17.1/CSA B44, or escalator and moving walk laws such as The Japan Building Standard Law Enforcement Order For Elevator and Escalator; d) defines the relationship between this International Standard and IEC 61508 and defines the relationship between this International Standard and the EMC Standard for Escalators and moving walks on immunity, ISO 22200; e) outlines the relationship between escalator and moving walk safe y functions and their safestate conditions; f ) applies to phases and activities that are specific to design of hardware and software but not those phases and activities which occur post design, for example sourcing and manufacturing; h) provides requirements relating to the hardware and software safety validation; i) establishes the safety integrity levels for specific escalator and moving walk safety functions; j) specifies techniques/measures required for achieving the specified safety integrity levels; k) defines a maximum level of performance (SIL 3) which can be achieved for a PESSR-AE according to this International Standard and defines a minimum level of performance (SIL 1).
ISO TS 18870 - LIFTS (ELEVATORS) - REQUIREMENTS FOR LIFTS USED TO ASSIST IN BUILDING EVACUATION - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2014-08-15
Description: Excluded from this Technical Specification are the following: — details of a building evacuation strategy; — details of building features to reduce risks or eliminate hazards; — national building requirements which might demand special features.
ASSE/SAFE - ANSI A10.5 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR MATERIAL HOISTS Organization: ASSE/SAFE
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: Personnel hoists constructed and operated in conformance with ANSI/ASSE A10.4, American National Standard Safety Requirements for Personnel Hoists and Employee Elevators for Construction and Demolition Operations.
IEC 61196-4-1 - COAXIAL COMMUNICATION CABLES – PART 4-1: BLANK DETAIL SPECIFICATION FOR RADIATING CABLES - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: These cables are intended for use in wireless communication system, such as tunnels, railways, highways, subways, elevators and other installations in which conventional radio transmission is not satisfactory or even impossible.
UL 62 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY FLEXIBLE CORDS AND CABLES - NINETEENTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2014-03-14
Description: General This standard specifies the requirements for flexible cords, elevator cables, electric vehicle cables, electric vehicle cables, and hoistway cables rated 600 V maximum and intended for use in accordance with CSA C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), Part I and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 0, General Requirements – Canadian Electrical Code, Part II, in Canada, NOM-001-SEDE, La Norma de Instalaciones Electricas (Mexican Electrical Code [MEC]), in Mexico, and NFPA 70, National Electrical Code (NEC), in the United States.
UL - 62 BULLETIN - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY FLEXIBLE CORDS AND CABLES - COMMENTS DUE: JANUARY 13, 2017 Organization: UL
Date: 2016-11-30
Description: General This standard specifies the requirements for flexible cords, elevator cables and hoistway cables rated 600 V maximum and electric vehicle cables rated 1000 V maximum and intended for use in accordance with CSA C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), Part I and CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 0, General Requirements – Canadian Electrical Code, Part II, in Canada, NOM-001-SEDE, La Norma de Instalaciones Electricas in Mexico, and NFPA 70, National Electrical Code (NEC), in the United States.
ASME B29.15M - STEEL ROLLER TYPE CONVEYOR CHAINS, ATTACHMENTS, AND SPROCKET TEETH Organization: ASME
Date: 1997-10-31
Description: These chains met with considerable success on material conveyors and elevators. Manufacturers developed and marketed many sizes and types in the following years.
ASTM D378 - STANDARD TEST METHODS FOR RUBBER (ELASTOMERIC) CONVEYOR BELTING, FLAT TYPE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2010-10-01
Description: Performance criteria for belting will not be detailed here, but can be found through the RMA (Rubber Manufacturers Association) Conveyor and Elevator Belt Handbook, ANSI (American National Standards Institute), various governmental authorities, and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
UL 698A - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY INDUSTRIAL CONTROL PANELS RELATING TO HAZARDOUS (CLASSIFIED) LOCATIONS - THIRD EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING DECEMBER 14, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2012-09-14
Description: The industrial control panels covered by these requirements are not intended for metal working machine tools, plastic injection molding, power press controls, flame safety supervision of combustible fuel type equipment, or elevator controls. These requirements do not cover electrostatic devices, circuits or systems, gas or vapor analysis equipment or other equipment having a process line brought into an enclosure.
ASHRAE - LV-11-C040 - REDUCING PLUG AND PROCESS LOADS FOR A LARGE SCALE, LOW ENERGY OFFICE BUILDING: NREL’S RESEARCH SUPPORT FACILITY Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: This paper documents the methodology NREL researchers developed to identify and reduce PPLs as part of the RSF's low energy design process. They examined PPLs, including elevators, kitchen equipment in breakrooms, and office equipment in NREL's previously occupied office spaces to determine a baseline.
UL 2889 OUTLINE - UL OUTLINE FOR INVESTIGATION ELECTRICALLY OPERATED ATTIC LIFTS - ISSUE 1 Organization: UL
Date: 2014-12-05
Description: Vertical platform lifts used exclusively for carrying materials between two or more landings (dumbwaiters) are covered by the Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators, ASME A17.1/CSA B44.
NASA - NACA-RM-L52E02 - LONGITUDINAL FREQUENCY-RESPONSE AND STABILITY CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DOUGLAS D-558-II AIRPLANE AS DETERMINED FROM TRANSIENT RESPONSE TO A MACH NUMBER OF 0.96 Organization: NASA
Date: 1952-01-01
Description: By a Fourier analysis of the airplane response to an elevator- pulse, the frequency response of the airplane has been obtained.
ASME B29.12M - STEEL BUSHED ROLLERLESS CHAINS, ATTACHMENTS, AND SPROCKET TEETH Organization: ASME
Date: 1997-09-01
Description: The chains met with considerable success on material conveyors and elevators, and manufacturers developed and marketed many sizes and types in the next several years.
ASME B29.11M - COMBINATION CHAINS, ATTACHMENTS, AND SPROCKET TEETH Organization: ASME
Date: 1994-01-01
Description: The ASCMA (now the American Chain Association), recognizing the need for a complete standard providing intercoupling and direct replacement of chains of diferent manufacture, established this Standard utilizing the minimum number of chains to meet requirements of industry for the chains widely used in conveyor and elevator applications. To facilitate the use of this Standard in the international market, the metric equivalents of all dimensions are given.

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