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BS EN 81-3:2000 Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts. Electric and hydraulic service lifts (+A1:2008) (incorporating corrigendum July 2009)

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2000

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Abstract

Applies to new electric service lifts with traction or positive drive, or hydraulic service lifts defined as lifting equipment, serving defined landing levels, having a car, suspended by ropes or chains or supported by a ram and moving between rigid vertical guide rails, or guide rails whose inclination to the vertical does not exceed 15°. Covers service lifts with rated load not exceeding 300kg and not intended to move persons.


Document History

Supersedes BS 5655-3:1989. Amendment dated 30 April 2009 - Implementation of CEN amendment A1:2008, and alignment of BSI and CEN publication dates. Amendment dated 31 March 2010 - Implementation of CEN corrigendum July 2009.

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