BS 5655-13:1995 Lifts and service lifts. Part 13: Recommendations for vandal resistant lifts

Abbreviation
BS 5655-13:1995
Valid from
15/12/1995
Replaces

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
British Standards Institution
Information type
British Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This Part of BS 5655 supplements BS 5655-1 and BS 5655-2 with additional recommendations and performance criteria intended to increase the vandal resistance of lifts. It does not cover such measures as improved building security, enhanced aesthetics, etc. which might also be usefully considered.

It is assumed that car and landing doors are operated automatically with characteristics taken from Tables 1 to 4 of BS 5655-5:1989.

Note: A totally enclosed well, and car and landing doors which are operated automatically, are rerequisites to vandal resistance. This British Standard assumes that the more restrictive access is to equipment, the less likely will be the occurrence of vandalism.

 

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BS 5655-13:1995 Lifts and service lifts. Part 13: Recommendations for vandal resistant lifts

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BS 5655-13:1995 Lifts and service lifts. Part 13: Recommendations for vandal resistant lifts

Description

This Part of BS 5655 supplements BS 5655-1 and BS 5655-2 with additional recommendations and performance criteria intended to increase the vandal resistance of lifts. It does not cover such measures as improved building security, enhanced aesthetics, etc. which might also be usefully considered.

It is assumed that car and landing doors are operated automatically with characteristics taken from Tables 1 to 4 of BS 5655-5:1989.

Note: A totally enclosed well, and car and landing doors which are operated automatically, are rerequisites to vandal resistance. This British Standard assumes that the more restrictive access is to equipment, the less likely will be the occurrence of vandalism.

 

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BS 5655-13:1995 Lifts and service lifts. Part 13: Recommendations for vandal resistant lifts
Description

This Part of BS 5655 supplements BS 5655-1 and BS 5655-2 with additional recommendations and performance criteria intended to increase the vandal resistance of lifts. It does not cover such measures as improved building security, enhanced aesthetics, etc. which might also be usefully considered.

It is assumed that car and landing doors are operated automatically with characteristics taken from Tables 1 to 4 of BS 5655-5:1989.

Note: A totally enclosed well, and car and landing doors which are operated automatically, are rerequisites to vandal resistance. This British Standard assumes that the more restrictive access is to equipment, the less likely will be the occurrence of vandalism.

 

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