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DS/EN 15889

Fire-fighting hoses - Test methods

active, Most Current
Organization: DS
Publication Date: 24 August 2011
Status: active
Page Count: 54
ICS Code (Fire-fighting): 13.220.10
scope:

This European standard specifies test methods for lay-flat fire-fighting hoses for fixed systems, semi-rigid fire-fighting hoses for both fixed systems and vehicles and fire-fighting suction hoses for vehicles. These test methods are required for the standards for fire-fighting hose product standards developed by CEN/TC 192. Consequently, the applicable test methods are selected and the requirements and test values defined in the relevant fire-fighting hose product standards and normatively referenced in those standards. This European Standard does not cover test methods for lay-flat fire-fighting hoses for vehicles for which no European standard exists. NOTE Annex R (informative) lists the existing published ISO and EN hose test methods standards that are specified within fire-fighting hose standards.

Document History

DS/EN 15889
August 24, 2011
Fire-fighting hoses - Test methods
This European standard specifies test methods for lay-flat fire-fighting hoses for fixed systems, semi-rigid fire-fighting hoses for both fixed systems and vehicles and fire-fighting suction hoses...
Fire-fighting hoses - Test methods
This European standard specifies test methods for layflat fire-fighting hoses for fixed systems, semi-rigid firefighting hoses for both fixed systems and vehicles and fire-fighting suction hoses for...
Fire-fighting hoses - Test methods
This document details specific test methods for layflat, semi-rigid and suction fire fighting-hoses. The described test methods are recommended for standards for firefighting hoses. Applicable...
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