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AS 1735.6(INT)-1996

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Lifts, escalators and moving walks Moving walks

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Superseded date

24-05-2024

Language(s)

English

Published date

01-01-1996

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1 - AS 1735.6(Int)-1996 LIFTS, ESCALATORS AND MOVING WALKS - MOVING WALKS
4 - PREFACE
6 - CONTENTS
8 - FOREWORD
9 - SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
9 - 1.1 SCOPE
9 - 1.2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
9 - 1.3 DEFINITIONS
10 - SECTION 2 GENERAL DESIGN
10 - 2.1 ACCESS
10 - 2.1.1 Exit landing area
10 - 2.1.2 Width of passageways
10 - 2.2 WIDTH
11 - 2.3 SLOPE
11 - 2.4 RATED SPEED
11 - 2.5 MEASURED SPEED
12 - 2.6 LOAD RATING FOR CONSTANT SPEED MOVING WALKS
12 - 2.6.1 Structural
12 - 2.6.2 Machinery
13 - 2.7 FACTORS OF SAFETY
15 - SECTION 3 COMPONENTS
15 - 3.1 SUPPORTS
15 - 3.2 TRUSSES
15 - 3.2.1 Construction
15 - 3.2.2 Protection
15 - 3.2.3 Lighting of trusses and pits
15 - 3.2.4 Lighting at inspection panels
16 - 3.3 BALUSTRADES
16 - 3.3.1 Construction
16 - 3.3.2 Change in width between balustrades
16 - 3.3.3 Use of glazing in balustrades
17 - 3.3.4 Treadway clearances
17 - 3.3.5 Illumination of balustrades
17 - 3.3.6 Guards at ceiling intersection
17 - 3.3.7 Side guarding
18 - 3.4 HANDRAILS
18 - 3.4.1 Type and finish
18 - 3.4.2 Extension beyond combplate
18 - 3.4.3 Distance from newel to handrail point
18 - 3.4.4 Distance between handrails
18 - 3.4.5 Guards
21 - 3.4.6 Handrail clearances
21 - 3.5 END-PLATE
21 - 3.5.1 Location
21 - 3.5.2 Design
22 - 3.5.3 Clearance for belt- and belt-pallet-type treadways
22 - 3.5.4 Clearances for pallet-type treadways
22 - 3.5.5 Clearance for flat-belt-type treadways
22 - 3.6 TREADWAYS
22 - 3.6.1 Treadway width
22 - 3.6.2 Treadway surface
23 - 3.6.3 Splicing of belts
23 - 3.6.4 Belt-type treadways-Side displacement
23 - 3.6.5 Belt-pallet-type treadways-Alignment
23 - 3.6.6 Pallet- type treadways
23 - 3.6.7 Treadway supports
24 - 3.6.8 Lighting of treadways
24 - 3.6.9 Headroom above treadway
25 - SECTION 4 MACHINE ROOMS, MACHINE AREAS AND PITS
25 - 4.1 GENERAL
25 - 4.2 ACCESS AND GUARDING
25 - 4.3 LIMITATIONS ON USE
25 - 4.4 ENCLOSURE
25 - 4.5 LIGHTING
26 - 4.6 GENERAL PURPOSE OUTLETS IN TRUSS EXTENSION
26 - 4.7 VENTILATION
26 - 4.8 SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
26 - 4.9 NUMBERING
26 - 4.10 PIT ACCESS
26 - 4.11 LANDING ACCESS GUARDING
27 - SECTION 5 DRIVING MACHINE, MOTOR AND BRAKE
27 - 5.1 LOCATION
27 - 5.2 FACTORS OF SAFETY
27 - 5.3 CONNECTION BETWEEN DRIVING MACHINE AND MAIN DRIVING SHAFT
27 - 5.4 DRIVING MOTOR
27 - 5.5 BRAKE
27 - 5.5.1 Provision
28 - 5.5.2 Chain drive
28 - 5.5.3 Brake deceleration
28 - 5.6 BOLTS TRANSMITTING TORQUE
28 - 5.7 THREADS FOR STUDS OR SCREWS IN TENSION
28 - 5.8 KEYS
28 - 5.9 GEARS
28 - 5.10 BEARINGS
28 - 5.11 V-BELT DRIVES
28 - 5.12 CHAIN DRIVES
28 - 5.13 DESIGN LIFE
28 - 5.14 EMERGENCY OPERATION
29 - 5.15 HOLDING DEVICE
29 - 5.16 LUBRICATION
30 - SECTION 6 OPERATING AND SAFETY DEVICES
30 - 6.1 GENERAL
30 - 6.2 NORMAL OPERATION
30 - 6.2.1 Starting switch
30 - 6.2.2 Automatic operation
31 - 6.2.3 Remote operation
31 - 6.3 EMERGENCY STOP BUTTONS
31 - 6.4 STOP SWITCH AT TRUSS AND PIT INSPECTION PANELS
31 - 6.5 SPEED GOVERNOR
32 - 6.6 REVERSE PHASE PROTECTION
32 - 6.7 BROKEN TREADWAY DEVICE
32 - 6.7.1 Belt type
32 - 6.7.2 Pallet and belt-pallet type
32 - 6.8 BROKEN DRIVE-CHAIN DEVICE
32 - 6.9 BROKEN INPUT DRIVE-CHAIN OR V-BELT DEVICE
32 - 6.10 INTERLOCKING OF EXIT DOORS
32 - 6.11 OPERATION UNDER FIRE CONDITIONS
32 - 6.11.1 Application
32 - 6.11.2 Stopping operation
33 - 6.12 HANDRAIL ENTRY DEVICES
33 - 6.13 COMBPLATE SWITCHES
33 - 6.14 FLAT BELT ENTRY PROTECTION
33 - 6.15 PALLET-SAG DEVICES
33 - 6.16 BELT TRACKING DEVICES
33 - 6.17 HANDRAIL SPEED MONITORING DEVICE
34 - SECTION 7 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
34 - 7.1 WIRING
35 - 7.2 CIRCUIT-BREAKER OR MAIN SWITCH
35 - 7.3 POSITION OF CIRCUIT-BREAKER OR MAIN SWITCH
35 - 7.4 MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE VOLTAGE
35 - 7.5 CONTROL CIRCUIT VOLTAGES
35 - 7.6 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION LIGHTING VOLTAGE
36 - 7.7 FAULT PROTECTION
36 - 7.7.1 Single failure
36 - 7.7.2 Capacitors
36 - 7.8 ENCLOSURE OF SAFETY SWITCHES
36 - 7.9 EARTHING
36 - 7.10 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
36 - 7.11 ARCHITECTURAL ILLUMINATION
36 - 7.11.1 Voltage more than 1000 V
37 - 7.11.2 Voltage not more than 1000 V
37 - 7.11.3 Protection
37 - 7.12 CONTROLLERS
38 - SECTION 8 ACCELERATING MOVING WALKS
38 - 8.1 GENERAL
38 - 8.2 LOAD RATING (MACHINERY)
38 - 8.3 SPEEDS
39 - 8.4 ACCELERATION AND DECELERATION
39 - 8.4.1 Continuous type
40 - 8.4.2 Discontinuous type
40 - 8.5 TRANSFER POINTS (DISCONTINUOUS TYPES)
41 - 8.6 HANDRAILS
41 - 8.6.1 General
41 - 8.6.2 Discontinuous types
41 - 8.6.3 Guards
41 - 8.6.4 Handrail entry devices
42 - APPENDIX A - PERIODIC INSPECTION AND TESTING
43 - APPENDIX B - POWER EMERGENCY OPERATION

Sets out requirements for electric moving walks for carrying passengers. Covers constant speed and accelerating type moving walks.

This Interim Standard sets out requirements for electric moving walks for carrying passengers.This Standard is complementary to AS 1735.1; however, its requirements take precedence over corresponding requirements of AS 1735.1. Requirements for periodic inspection and testing are given in Appendix A.

CommentClosesDate
05-09-2001
Committee
ME-004
DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
0 7337 0679 7
Pages
38
PublisherName
Standards Australia
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes

Amendment 1 to AS 1735.6(Int)-1996 see DR 96568. Draft Revision see DR 99330 First published as AS CA3.6-1970.Revised and redesignated AS 1735.6-1975.Second edition 1982.Third edition 1986.Fourth edition 1996. First published as AS CA3.6-1970. Revised and redesignated AS 1735.6-1975. Second edition 1982. Third edition 1986. Fourth edition 1996.

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