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BS EN 115-1:2008+A1:2010

EN 115-1:2008+A1:2010 (E)

b) have the switching positions marked clearly and permanently;

c) be a safety switch satisfying 5.12.1.2.2;

d) require manual reset.

When the inspection control device is plugged in, the operation of the stop switch shall cause the
disconnection of the power supply from the driving machine and the operational brake shall be activated.

5.12.2.5.4 When the inspection control device is used, all other starting devices shall be rendered
inoperative in accordance with 5.12.1.2.

All inspection outlets shall be arranged in such a way that when more than one control device is connected,
they all become inoperative. The electric safety devices (according to 5.12.2.2.4) shall remain effective with
the exception of the electric safety devices mentioned in h), j), k), l), m) and n) of Table 6.

6 Verification of the safety requirements and/or protective measures

6.1 General

Table 7 indicates the methods by which the safety requirements and measures described in Clause 5 shall be
verified by the manufacturer for each new model of escalator/moving walk, together with a reference to the
corresponding sub-clauses in this standard. Secondary sub-clauses, which are not listed in the table, are
verified as part of the quoted sub-clause. All verification records shall be kept by the manufacturer.

Where mechanical testing is required in accordance with this standard, setting tolerances are permitted.

Table 7 Methods to be used to verify conformity to the requirements

Visual
Clause Testinga Measurementb Calculationc
inspectiond
5.2.1.1 x
5.2.1.2 x
5.2.1.3 x
5.2.1.4 x
5.2.1.5 x
5.2.2 x
5.2.3 x
5.2.4 x x
5.2.5 x
5.3.1 x
5.3.2 x
5.3.3 x x
5.3.4 x
5.3.5 x
5.4.1.1 x
5.4.1.2 x
5.4.1.3.1 x
5.4.1.3.2 x
5.4.1.4 x
5.4.1.5 x

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EN 115-1:2008+A1:2010 (E)

Table 7 (continued)
Visual
Clause Testinga Measurementb Calculationc
inspectiond
5.4.2.1.1 x
5.4.2.1.2 x
5.4.2.1.3.1 x
5.4.2.1.3.2 x
5.4.2.1.3.3 x
5.4.2.1.3.4 x
5.4.2.2.1 x
5.4.2.2.2 x
5.4.2.2.3 x
5.4.2.2.4 x
5.4.2.2.5 x
5.4.2.3 x
5.4.3.1 x
5.4.3.2 x
5.4.3.3 x x
5.4.4.1 x
5.4.4.2 x
5.5.1 x
5.5.2.1 x
5.5.2.2 x x
5.5.2.3 x
5.5.2.4 x x
5.5.2.5 x
5.5.2.6 x
5.5.3.1 x
5.5.3.2 x
5.5.3.3 x
5.5.3.4 x x x
5.5.4 x
5.5.5 x x
5.6.1 x x
5.6.2.1 x x
5.6.2.2 x
5.6.2.3 x
5.6.3 x
5.6.4.1 x
5.6.4.2 x
5.6.4.3 x
5.6.5 x
5.7.1 x x
5.7.2.1 x

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EN 115-1:2008+A1:2010 (E)

Table 7 (continued)

Visual
Clause Testinga Measurementb Calculationc
inspectiond
5.7.2.2 x
5.7.2.3 x
5.7.2.4 x
5.7.2.5 x
5.7.3.1 x
5.7.3.2.1 x x
5.7.3.2.2 x x
5.7.3.2.3 x x
5.7.3.2.4 x
5.7.3.2.5 x
5.7.3.2.6 x
5.7.3.3 x
5.8.1 x
5.8.2.1 x
5.8.2.2 x x
5.8.3 x x
5.8.4 x
5.9
5.10 x
5.11 x x x
5.12 x x
7 x
Annex A x x
Annex B x x
Annex G x x
a The result of the test is to show that the escalator/moving walk works as intended,
including the electric safety devices.
b The result of the measurement is to show that the stated measurable parameters have
been met.
c Calculations will verify that the design characteristics of the provided components meet
the requirements.
d The results of the visual inspections is only to show that something is present (e.g. a
marking, a control panel, an instruction handbook) , that the marking required satisfies the
requirement and that the content of the documents delivered to the owner is in accordance
with the requirements.

6.2 Specific data, test reports and certificates

The following documentation should be held by the manufacturer:

a) stress analysis of the truss or equivalent certificate by a stress analyst;

b) proof by calculation of sufficient breakage resistance of the parts directly driving the steps, pallets or the
belt, e.g. step chains, racks;

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