ISO DIS 8100-32
Lifts for the transportation of persons and goods - Part 32: Planning and selection of passenger lifts to be installed in office, hotel and residential buildings
|Publication Date:||13 March 2019|
|ICS Code (Lifts. Escalators):||91.140.90|
This part of ISO 8100 gives recommendations relating to the traffic planning and selection of new passenger lift installations in office, hotel and residential buildings. The requirements and recommendations given are applicable to both simple and complex lift installations.
This part of ISO 8100 gives guidance to select the most appropriate method of traffic planning for each case within the scope.
This part of ISO 8100 permits the number and configuration of lifts and their main characteristics to be determined at the early stages of building design, provided that the size and intended use of the building is known.
This part of ISO 8100 is a revision of ISO 4190‐6: 1984 and is applicable to mixed use buildings provided that the mixed use can be evaluated separately as either office, residential or hotel use.
This part of ISO 8100 gives basic requirements, recommendations and guidance as part of the planning and selection of lifts relating to:
a) the design criteria to be evaluated;
b) the values of design criteria to be used;
c) a calculation method (7) to be used as part of simple planning and selection of lifts (5.3);
d) a simulation method (8) to be used as part of simple and more complex planning and selection of lifts (5.3);
e) output report format of lift planning and selection analysis to be provided to interested parties;
f) consideration of existing safety standards and cultural norms for determining the number of persons that may fit into a specific size of car3;
g) accommodation for luggage, bicycles, prams, etc., or other non‐personal items that may be transported with passengers in the lifts;
h) accessibility for disabled people.
3 The European Lift Directive 2014 refers to the car as a carrier.
This part of ISO 8100 does not address:
a) the transportation of goods only;
b) the transportation of passengers using multiple lifts sharing a single hoist way;
c) the transportation of passengers using double deck systems;
d) lift travel in excess of 200 m and/or rated speed above 7 m/s;
e) variations to the calculation method (eg: traffic conditions other than uppeak);
f) variations to the simulation method (eg: passenger batches or traffic templates with variable passenger demand);
g) design of simulator models or traffic control systems;
h) advanced passenger features (eg: walking speed).