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DIN EN 14373 E : 2006

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EXPLOSION SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS
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Hardcopy , PDF

Language(s)

English

Published date

01-01-2006

Foreword
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions
4 Explosion suppression
  4.1 General
  4.2 Influencing factors
      4.2.1 General
      4.2.2 The explosion hazard
      4.2.3 The explosion suppressant
      4.2.4 The suppression system
      4.2.5 Interrelation
5 General requirements for explosion suppression components
  5.1 Detection
      5.1.1 General
      5.1.2 Optical detection
      5.1.3 Pressure detection
  5.2 Suppressant
  5.3 HRD-suppressors
  5.4 Control and Indicating Equipment, CIE
6 Requirements for the design of an explosion suppression system
  6.1 General
  6.2 Hazard definition
  6.3 Determination of the p[red, max] as a function
      of relevant influencing parameters
      6.3.1 General
      6.3.2 Validation by testing in one volume
      6.3.3 Validation by testing in a second volume
      6.3.4 Elongated enclosures
      6.3.5 Pipes
      6.3.6 Occupied spaces
  6.4 Validation of system design guidelines
      6.4.1 General
      6.4.2 Design nomograph
      6.4.3 Mathematical model for design
  6.5 Special applications
      6.5.1 Suppression combined with venting
      6.5.2 Venting combined with suppression
      6.5.3 Suppression combined with reduced oxygen
            concentrations
      6.5.4 Partial volumes
      6.5.5 Segregated volumes
      6.5.6 Obstructed volumes
  6.6 Test report
7 Safety integrity of explosion suppression systems
  7.1 General
  7.2 Measures to avoid and control systematic faults
  7.3 Control of electric connections
  7.4 Indicators and messages CIE
  7.5 Energy supply
8 Instructions for installation, commissioning and maintenance
  8.1 General
  8.2 Installation of cables
  8.3 Assembling
      8.3.1 General
      8.3.2 Assembly
  8.4 Commissioning
      8.4.1 General
      8.4.2 Commissioning phase
      8.4.3 Instruction
      8.4.4 Commissioning report
      8.4.5 Safety
  8.5 Maintenance
      8.5.1 General
      8.5.2 Servicing
9 Marking and packaging
  9.1 General
  9.2 Explosion suppression system components
  9.3 Explosion suppression system
  9.4 Omission of markings
Annex A (informative) Development of nomograph type
                      design guidelines
  A.1 General
  A.2 Design nomograph
Annex ZA (informative) Relationship between this European
                       Standard and the Essential
                       Requirements of EU Directive 94/9/EC
                       of 23 March 1994
Bibliography

Defines describes the basic requirements for the design and application of explosion suppression systems.

DocumentType
Standard
Pages
45
PublisherName
German Institute for Standardisation (Deutsches Institut für Normung)
Status
Current
SupersededBy

Standards Relationship
NBN EN 14373 : 2006 Identical
NEN EN 14373 : 2005 Identical
NS EN 14373 : 1ED 2005 Identical
I.S. EN 14373:2005 Identical
SN EN 14373 : 2005 Identical
UNI EN 14373 : 2006 Identical
UNE-EN 14373:2006 Identical
BS EN 14373:2005 Identical
EN 14373:2005 Identical
NF EN 14373 : 2006 Identical
ONORM EN 14373 : 2006 Identical

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