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AS/NZS 4663:2002

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Slip resistance measurement of existing pedestrian surfaces
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Hardcopy , PDF 1 User , PDF 3 Users , PDF 5 Users , PDF 9 Users

Superseded date

06-30-2017

Language(s)

English

Published date

01-11-2002

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1 - AS/NZS 4663:2002 SLIP RESISTANCE MEASUREMENT OF EXISTING PEDESTRIAN SURFACES
4 - PREFACE
5 - CONTENTS
6 - 1 SCOPE
6 - 2 APPLICATION
6 - 3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
7 - 4 DEFINITIONS
7 - 4.1 Coefficient of friction (COF)
7 - 4.2 Contaminant
7 - 4.3 Dynamic coefficient of friction (DCOF)
7 - 4.4 Friction
7 - 4.5 Slip resistive
7 - 5 TEST METHODS
7 - 5.1 Frictional characteristics-wet
7 - 5.2 Coefficient of friction-dry
7 - 6 INTERPRETATION OF TEST RESULTS
7 - 6.1 Slip resistance
10 - APPENDIX A - WET PENDULUM TEST METHOD
10 - A1 SCOPE
10 - A2 PRINCIPLE
10 - A3 APPARATUS
10 - A3.1 Pendulum friction testing apparatus
12 - A3.2 General
13 - A3.3 Thermometer
13 - A3.4 Abrasive paper
13 - A3.5 Cleaning agents
13 - A4 PREPARATION FOR TESTING
13 - A4.1 Equipment adjustment
13 - A4.2 Conditioning rubber sliders
14 - A4.3 Environmental conditions
14 - A4.4 Test surface
14 - A4.5 Sloping surfaces
14 - A5 PROCEDURE
15 - A6 REPORT
16 - APPENDIX B - DRY FLOOR FRICTION TEST METHOD
16 - B1 SCOPE
16 - B2 PRINCIPLE
16 - B3 APPARATUS
16 - B3.1 Floor friction tester (FFT)
16 - B3.2 Slider material
16 - B3.3 Slider size and shape
16 - B3.4 Abrasive paper
16 - B3.5 Cleaning agents
17 - B4 SLIDER ASSEMBLY
17 - B5 PREPARATION FOR TESTING
17 - B5.1 Equipment conditioning
17 - B5.2 Calibration of floor friction tester
17 - B5.3 Conditioning of slider
17 - B5.4 Test surface
17 - B5.5 Test location
19 - B6 PROCEDURE
19 - B7 REPORT

Provides users, maintenance organisations and facility managers with standardised methods of testing existing in situ pedestrian surface materials for determination of their slip resistance, and provides means of measuring the frictional characteristics of existing pedestrian surfaces in wet and dry conditions.

This Standard provides means of measuring the frictional characteristics of existing pedestrian surfaces in wet and dry conditions.This Standard does not cover gratings or carpet.NOTE: The slip resistance testing of carpets used for synthetic sporting surfaces is covered in AS 2983.4.

Committee
BD-094
DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
0 7337 4262 9
Pages
14
PublisherName
Standards Australia
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes
UnderRevision

Under Revision see DR 03385 First published as part of AS/NZS 3661.1:1993.Jointly revised and redesignated in part as AS/NZS 4663:2002. First published as part of AS/NZS 3661.1:1993. Jointly revised and redesignated in part as AS/NZS 4663:2002.

AS 2983.4-1988 Methods of test for synthetic sporting surfaces - Test for slip resistance
AS 1683.15.1-2000 Methods of test for elastomers International rubber hardness (Reconfirmed 2018)
HB 197:1999 An introductory guide to the slip resistance of pedestrian surface materials

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