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Firefighting and rescue service vehicles - Permanently installed equipment. Safety and performance

Overview What is BS EN 1846-3 - Safety and performance of permanently installed equipment of firefighting and rescue service vehicles about? BS EN 1846-3 discusses firefighting and rescue service vehicles. BS EN 1846-3 is the third part of the BS EN 1846 series of standards that specifies the minimum requirements for the safety and performance of some optional specific permanently installed equipment on firefighting and rescue service vehicles, operated by trained persons, as designated in BS EN 1846-1 and specified in BS EN 1846-2. The permanently installed equipment covered in BS EN 1846-3 is given below: Water installation, liquid additive installation Monitor, equipment gantries Demountable systems using a hydraulic hook arm Note: BS EN 1846-3 should be read in conjunction with any national regulations in force for vehicles using the public roads and with any EU Directives and associated EFTA regulations in force relevant to vehicles and their equipment. Who is BS EN 1846-2 - Safety and performance of permanently installed equipment of firefighting and rescue service vehicles for? BS EN 1846-2 on firefighting and rescue service vehicles is useful for: Firefighting and rescue service vehicles manufacturers Product designers Quality control department Safety department Why should you use BS EN 1846-3 - Safety and performance of permanently installed equipment of firefighting and rescue service vehicles? BS EN 1846-3 provides requirements for the permanently installed equipment that shall comply with the general safety requirements and/or protective measures. BS EN 1846-3 provides requirements for water installation which will ensure that the tank can withstand the load. Overall BS EN 1846-3 aims to check the performance of the firefighting and rescue service vehicles.

BS EN 1846-3:2013

SKU: PBSEN1846-3:2013
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