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DIN 18650-1

Powered pedestrian doors - Part 1: Product requirements and test methods

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Organization: DIN
Publication Date: 1 June 2010
Status: inactive
Page Count: 57
ICS Code (Building accessories): 91.190
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This standard specifies requirements for the design of, and the relevant test methods for, drive systems, door leaves and fittings of powered pedestrian doors. Powered pedestrian doors may be operated electromechanically, electro-hydraulically or pneumatically.

This standard covers powered pedestrian doors used in escape routes, as fire-resisting and/or smoke control doors and those for all other applications.

The types of door dealt with here include powered pedestrian sliding, swing, revolving, sliding swing (balanced) doors and powered pedestrian folding doors with horizontally moving leaves.

This standard does not apply to powered room partitions, powered doors with vertically moving door leaves, powered doors mainly intended for vehicular traffic or access for goods, powered doors within industrial premises, powered pedestrian gates or barriers, powered pedestrian turnstiles, powered lift doors, or doors operating in environments where there is a risk of explosion.

A list of potential hazards relating to powered pedestrian doors is given in Annex E.

NOTE The requirements of this standard include safety requirements for powered door systems in accordance with Directive 2006/42/EC (Machinery Directive).

Document History

DIN 18650-1
June 1, 2010
Powered pedestrian doors - Part 1: Product requirements and test methods
This standard specifies requirements for the design of, and the relevant test methods for, drive systems, door leaves and fittings of powered pedestrian doors. Powered pedestrian doors may be...
December 1, 2005
Building hardware - Powered pedestrian doors - Part 1: Product requirements and test methods
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