BS 8613:2017 download free

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BS 8613:2017 download free.Finger protection devices for pedestrian doors Specification.
1 Scope
BS 8613 specifies requirements and test methods for durability. strength and effective function of finger protection devices fitted at the hanging stile of pedestrian doors with the main purpose of preventing inadvertent injury.
NOTE 1 Such finger protection devices might be incorporated into the doorset or applied to the door andlor frame.
BS 8613 is applicable to finger protection devices fitted to side hung and pivoted doors with single or double swing.
It is not applicable to devices fitted to sliding and revolving doors.
BS 8613 does not specify requirements for products intended to be
fitted by the consumer for use in dwellings.
NOTE 2 Such products are covered by 85 EN 16654.
NOTE 3 See Annex A for information on additional attributes.
2 Normative references
The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
BS EN 1154, Building hardware — Controlled door closing devices — Requirements and test methods
BS EN 1935, Building hardware — Single-axis hinges — Requirements and test methods
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of BS 8613, the following terms and definitions apply.
3.1 dwelling
building or part thereof used for domestic habitation
3.2 finger protection device
device intended to minimize the risk of crushing injuries to fingers in the gap between the hanging stile of the door leaf and the door frame
3.3 type A device
finger protection device fitted to the door and/or frame to shield the gap between the door and frame
3.4 type B device
finger protection device that is an integral part of or attached to the door andor frame to reduce the gap between door and frame
Note Type B devices might include the door hanging system.
5 Requirements
5.1 General requirements
The manufacturer shall indicate the type(s) of doors. including the thickness and the materials (e.g. aluminium, PVC, wood), for which the device is suitable.
Where the device is not integral to the doorset (Type A). the manufacturer shall provide fixings with the device to attach it to the door leaf and/or the door frame (e.g. adhesive tape, screws) which are suitable for the intended material(s) described in the accompanying information.
NOTE See Annex A for information on attributes which might be required in particular circumstances.
The manufacturer shall provide the information in accordance with Annex B concerning correct installation and use of the device.
5.2 Mechanical function and structural integrity
When tested in accordance with 7.4.1, the device shall not break, have any visible cracks or permanent deformation, or disengage. The device shall be fully functional after the test.
5.3 Effectiveness
5.3.1 General requirements
The device shall be operational over the full length of that part which is intended to provide its protective function. That part of the device which is intended to provide its protective function shall extend to within 15 mm of the bottom of the device (see also A.6).
A minimum length of 1 800 mm shall be supplied for testin9. Operational parameters to include maximum opening angle, minimum and maximum door thicknesses shall be used when testing.
5.3.2 Prevention of finger entrapment requirement
When tested in accordance with, the finger probe shall not be entrapped between the door leaf and door frame device and leaf, device and frame or within the device itself. When the finger probe is removed, the normal operation of the door shall not be impaired, and the device shall not be broken, or have any visible cracks or permanent deformation, or disengage.
NOTE 1 The probe is regarded as trapped when it cannot be removed by a force not exceeding 12 N.
NOTE 2 Additional safety measures might be needed to prevent entrapment in exposed areas above and below the device (see A.6).
5.3.3 Deformation of the device
When tested in accordance with, when the finger probe is removed the normal operation of the door shall not be impaired.
5.4 Small parts
If any part becomes detached during testing it shall not fit wholly in the small parts cylinder described in 7.2.4 when tested in accordance with,
5.5 Sharp edges
Edges and protruding parts accessible during use shall be rounded or chamfered and free of burr and sharp edges.
6 Marking
Devices shall be marked clearly and legibly with the following information:
a) the manufacturers name, trademark or other means of identification; b) the product model identification;
c) the number of this standard (i.e. 85 8613:201 7) ‘
d) the classification according to Clause 4; and
e) the week and year of manufacture (can be coded).
Where applicable, packaging in which the device is supplied shall clearly denote on the outside label all of the above.
7 Test methods
7.1 General test conditions
The tests shall be conducted at a temperature between 15 °C and 30 °C. The test sample shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions using a test door in accordance with 7.2.1.
7.2 Test equipment
7.2.1 Test door and frame for type A devices, with:
a) a test door leaf:
1) (2 100 ±100) mm high;
2) with a thickness of (44 ±2) mm;
3) with a mass of (60 ±5) kg; and
4) with an overhead door closer to power size 3, in accordance with
85 EN 1154;
7.4 Test procedures
7.4.1 Durability test
Open and close the door to an angle of (90 ±5)° for 200 000 cycles with the device mounted to the doorset in accordance with the manufacturer’s
Open the door to the maximum opening angle of the device at the beginning, middle and end of the test for five manual cycles.
The motion of the door leaf shall be operated without shock at a rate of 5—10 cycles per mm.
The rest time shall be at least 1 s and shall not exceed 4 s.
7.4.2 Effectiveness tests Prevention of finger entrapment test
Open the door to an angle of (35 ±5)°. Use the finger probe (see Figure 2) to
gradually apply a force of 25 N horizontally at three onerous positions on that part of the device intended to provide protection, but not within 12 mm of each end. If the probe enters into a space which might cause entrapment, allow the
door to close while maintaining the force.
Check whether the probe is trapped between the door leaf and the door frame, device and leaf, device and frame or within the device itself.
Repeat this procedure with an opening angle of (90 ±5)°.
Repeat three times at the start, middle and end of the durability test.
The probe shall be regarded as trapped when it cannot be removed by a force
of not more than 12 N.
7.4.2,2 Deformation test
Open the door to an angle of (105 ±5)°. Use the finger probe (see Figure 2) to gradually apply a force of (75 ±2) N horizontally and parallel to the door frame (see Figure 1) at the most onerous position on the surface of that part of the
device intended to provide protection.
Remove the probe and check the door closes fully into its frame.
Repeat three times at the start, middle and end of the durability test. Small parts test
Place any component which becomes detached throughout the testing without compressing it and in any possible orientation in the small parts cylinder
(see Figure 3).
If the component fits entirely within the cylinder the requirement of 5.4 has not been met.
7.4.3 Test report
The test report shall include the information necessary for the interpretation of the results and at least the following information:
a) a title and a date;
b) the name and address of the laboratory, and the location where the tests were carried out if different from the address of the laboratory;
c) the names, functions and signatures or equivalent identification of persons authorizing the test report
d) the name and address of the client;
e) unique identification of the test report and on each side an identification, in order to ensure that each page is recognized as a part of the test report, and a clear identification of the end of the test report;
f) identification of the test method(s) used;
g) information on specific test conditions, such as environmental conditions;
h) a description of the condition, and unambiguous identification, of the items tested;
i) the date of receipt of the test items and the date of performance of the test;
j) the test results and units of measurement, including locations where forces were applied by probes;
k) a statement on the estimated uncertainty of measurement;
I) a statement of compliance or non-compliance with requirements of Clause
m) type of fixing; and
n) location of fixing.

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