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The use of pressurized and unpressurized stairwells serving the same storeys shall only be considered if either of the following conditions are met: If the test samples are prototypes, they shall be representative of the intended future production and shall be selected by the manufacturer.
Specification for natural smoke and heat exhaust ventilators; Part 3: The smoke detectors may be part of the fire detection system protecting the building or may be dedicated to the pressure differential system.
Packaging and distribution of goods Fans supplying air to meet the former condition can raise the pressure excessively in the latter condition. These signals shall allow the pressure differential system in the fire zone area to operate as required on the actuation of the 121101-5 detection system.
The pressure relief vent area may 1210-15 closed by a counter-balanced flap valve so designed that it will only open when the pressure exceeds the design pressure.
If the venting is not evenly distributed around the external wall, the side with the largest area of venting shall 12110-5 discounted for the calculation.
It covers methods for calculating the parameters of pressure differential smoke control systems as part of the design 121101-5. Various BSI electronic information services are also available which give details on all 112101-5 products and services.
The BSI copyright notice displayed in this document indicates when the document was last issued. The calculation procedures set out in the annexes of this Technical Report can be used to design the SHEVS to meet whatever recommendations have been agreed. It is assumed that firefighting operations, such as the use of spray, contribute significantly to the holding back of hot smoky gases.
This document gives requirements and methods for the evaluation of conformity for such kits. This Technical Report does not include any functional recommendations for design parameters where the primary purpose of the SHEVS is to cf fire-fighting.
Consequently, the evacuation will occur during the early stages of fire development, and some smoke leakage onto the stairway can be tolerated.
The air supply requirements should be considered for two situations: It is essential that the air supply used for pressurization is never in danger of contamination by smoke. NOTE Where pressure differential fan s serve more than one pressurized space concurrently, it may be necessary to interpose volume control dampers to ensure that when high leakage occurs from an area, e.
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The design of a Smoke Heat and Exhaust Ventilation system SHEV falls into two distinct areas, namely code compliant systems and projects requiring a fire engineered solution. The objectives addressed in this document are as follows: However, during this stage the final exit from the stairwell is likely to be in use, producing a loss of pressurizing air and hence tending to reduce the pressure in the stairwell, and it is necessary to take account of this when calculating the air supply.
The lobby shall have pressurizing air supplied through ductwork that is independent of that cg the stair. The design conditions for stairwell pressure differential systems are shown in Figures 9 a9 b10, 11 a11 b11 c12 a12 b13, 14, 15 and If the manufacturer has the kit designed, manufactured, assembled, packed, processed and labelled by subcontracting, FPC of the original manufacturer may be taken into account. The pressure differential system should be designed so as to limit the spread of smoke into the dedicated firefighting route under normal firefighting conditions.
Calculate the pressure difference across those same ce to maintain this airspeed. However, in compartmented buildings it may be possible 1211-5 depressurize individual spaces. Specification for pressure differential systems — Kits; Part 7: However, they may be used for an approximate calculation when windows form part of a series leakage path.
Requirement c above does not apply if there is a simple lobby between the staircase and the final exit door. Fluid systems and components for general use Items a – d are not discussed further within this document.
Standards are also available from the BSI website at http: If this is functioning normally, then it may be necessary to add further vents to increase the escape of air.
Information regarding online access to British Standards via British Standards Online can be found at http: It is often difficult to identify all leakage paths likely to occur where solid construction encloses the protected space. SE Controls are involved extensively with government sponsored working groups and SE Controls are able to share this knowledge with clients.
See Figure 17 for the typical features of a depressurization system. Other standards related to protection against fire Pressure differential systems offer the facility of maintaining tenable conditions in protected spaces, for example escape routes, firefighting access routes, firefighting shafts, lobbies, staircases, and other areas that require to be kept free of smoke.
This shall in turn operate the central fire alarm panel, thus activating the pressure differential system.
However, if the corridor has many doors or other leakage paths the air supply needed may be large.
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As a first alternative, he may have it designed, manufactured, assembled, packed, processed or labelled by subcontracting. That the ventilation system has operated as required on all storeys should be ensured. The FPC system shall also cover the selection of the components and processing assembling, packing and labelling of the kit.
In response to orders for international standards, it is BSI policy to supply the BSI implementation of those that have been published as British Standards, unless otherwise requested. This production control system documentation shall ensure a common understanding of conformity evaluation and vr the achievement of the required component characteristics and the effective operation of the production control system to be checked.
The design requirements for a Class A system are shown in Figure 2.