Phone: (011) 7541-421, 3409-301, 3409-335, 6547-293, 3409-310
E-mail: Standards sales: prodaja@iss.rs Education: iss-edukacija@iss.rs Information about standards: infocentar@iss.rs
Stevana Brakusa 2, 11030 Beograd
Main menu

SRPS EN 12101-6:2008

Smoke and heat control systems - Part 6: Specification for pressure differential systems - Kits

Oct 9, 2008

General information

90.92     Aug 3, 2005

ISS

Z021

European Norm

13.220.99  

English  

Buying

Published

Language in which you want to receive the document.

Scope

This document specifies pressure differential systems designed to hold back smoke at a leaky physical barrier in a building, such as a door (either open or closed) or other similarly restricted openings. It covers methods for calculating the parameters of pressure differential smoke control systems as part of the design procedure. It gives test procedures for the systems used, as well as describing relevant, and critical, features of the installation and commissioning procedures needed to implement the calculated design in a building. It covers systems intended to protect means of escape such as stairwells, corridors and lobbies, as well as systems intended to provide a protected firefighting bridgehead for the Fire Services.
The systems incorporate smoke control components in accordance with the relevant Parts of EN 12101 and kits comprising these and possibly other components (see 3.1.18). This document gives requirements and methods for the evaluation of conformity for such kits.

Related directives

Directives related to this standard.

89/106/EEC

Construction products

Harmonized
305/2011

Regulation (eu) No 305/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 march 2011 laying down harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products and repealing council directive 89/106/eec

Harmonized

Life cycle

NOW

PUBLISHED
SRPS EN 12101-6:2008
90.92 Standard to be revised
Aug 3, 2005

Related project

Adopted from EN 12101-6:2005

Preview

Only informative sections of projects are publicly available. To view the full content, you will need to members of the committee. If you are a member, please log in to your account by clicking on the "Log in" button.

Login