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    Powered doors for pedestrian access and egress (Reconfirmed 2018)

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  12-09-2007

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 5007-2007 POWERED DOORS FOR PEDESTRIAN ACCESS AND EGRESS
    5 - CONTENTS
    7 - SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
    7 - 1.1 SCOPE
    7 - 1.2 APPLICATION
    7 - 1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    7 - 1.4 DEFINITIONS
    7 - 1.4.1 Activation devices
    8 - 1.4.2 Air lock
    8 - 1.4.3 Ancillary devices
    8 - 1.4.4 Arc-of-swing
    8 - 1.4.5 Arm
    8 - 1.4.6 Automatic activation
    8 - 1.4.7 Automatic re-opening
    8 - 1.4.8 Battery back up
    8 - 1.4.9 Bi-parting doors
    8 - 1.4.10 Break-out
    8 - 1.4.11 Canopy
    8 - 1.4.12 Check-speed
    8 - 1.4.13 Clear opening height
    8 - 1.4.14 Clear opening width
    9 - 1.4.15 Closing cycle
    9 - 1.4.16 Concealed mounting
    9 - 1.4.17 Control system
    9 - 1.4.18 Controller
    9 - 1.4.19 Curved screens
    9 - 1.4.20 Curved sliding door
    9 - 1.4.21 Cycle
    9 - 1.4.22 Danger point
    9 - 1.4.23 Door
    9 - 1.4.24 Door carrier
    9 - 1.4.25 Door leaf
    9 - 1.4.26 Door size
    9 - 1.4.27 Doorway opening
    9 - 1.4.28 Double acting drive
    9 - 1.4.29 Drive
    10 - 1.4.30 Electro-sensitive protective equipment (ESPE)
    10 - 1.4.31 Emergency automatic closing
    10 - 1.4.32 Emergency automatic opening
    10 - 1.4.33 Emergency systems
    10 - 1.4.34 External diameter
    10 - 1.4.35 Fail secure
    10 - 1.4.36 Failsafe
    10 - 1.4.37 Finger guard
    10 - 1.4.38 Fixed leaves
    10 - 1.4.39 Folding door
    11 - 1.4.40 Hand
    14 - 1.4.41 Handicap speed
    14 - 1.4.42 Handicap switch
    14 - 1.4.43 High speed
    14 - 1.4.44 Hinge stile
    15 - 1.4.45 Hold-open beam
    15 - 1.4.46 ‘In’ door
    15 - 1.4.47 Ingress protection (IP)
    15 - 1.4.48 Internal diameter
    15 - 1.4.49 Leading edge safety device
    15 - 1.4.50 Leading mullion
    15 - 1.4.51 Leading mullion safety
    15 - 1.4.52 Leading stile
    15 - 1.4.53 Left hand sliding door
    15 - 1.4.54 Left hand swing door
    15 - 1.4.55 Limiting device
    15 - 1.4.56 Lintel
    15 - 1.4.57 Locking system
    15 - 1.4.58 Low energy powered swing door
    15 - 1.4.59 Low speed
    16 - 1.4.60 Main closing edge
    16 - 1.4.61 Manual activation
    16 - 1.4.62 Manual operation
    16 - 1.4.63 Meeting stile
    16 - 1.4.64 Monitoring system
    16 - 1.4.65 Motion sensor
    16 - 1.4.66 Opening cycle
    16 - 1.4.67 Opposing closing edge
    16 - 1.4.68 ‘Out’ door
    16 - 1.4.69 Outer stile
    16 - 1.4.70 Passive safety
    16 - 1.4.71 Phase-out
    16 - 1.4.72 Photocell/photoelectric
    16 - 1.4.73 Pivot point
    16 - 1.4.74 Powered pedestrian door
    17 - 1.4.75 Presence sensor
    17 - 1.4.76 Pressure-sensitive protective equipment
    17 - 1.4.77 Prismatic
    17 - 1.4.78 Protective device
    17 - 1.4.79 Recognized testing authority
    17 - 1.4.80 Redundancy
    17 - 1.4.81 Reference object
    17 - 1.4.82 Remote activation
    17 - 1.4.83 Required exit
    17 - 1.4.84 Revolving door
    18 - 1.4.85 Right hand sliding door
    18 - 1.4.86 Right hand swing door
    18 - 1.4.87 Safe mode
    18 - 1.4.88 Safety sensor
    18 - 1.4.89 Safety system
    18 - 1.4.90 Safety zone
    18 - 1.4.91 Secondary closing edge
    18 - 1.4.92 Side light
    18 - 1.4.93 Side screen
    18 - 1.4.94 Sliding door
    20 - 1.4.95 Sliding door with break out capability
    21 - 1.4.96 Sliding swing door
    21 - 1.4.97 Stile
    21 - 1.4.98 Storm lock
    21 - 1.4.99 Stroke
    21 - 1.4.100 Supervised system
    21 - 1.4.101 Swing door
    22 - 1.4.102 Telescopic door
    22 - 1.4.103 Test speed
    22 - 1.4.104 Track
    22 - 1.4.105 Trailing face
    22 - 1.4.106 Trailing mullion
    22 - 1.4.107 Trained traffic
    23 - SECTION 2 PRODUCT DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
    23 - 2.1 GENERAL
    23 - 2.2 DRIVE
    23 - 2.2.1 General
    23 - 2.2.2 Devices for stopping the leaf movement
    24 - 2.2.3 Activation of the drive
    24 - 2.2.4 Electrical equipment
    24 - 2.2.5 Hydraulic or pneumatic equipment (if fitted)
    24 - 2.2.6 Locking devices
    24 - 2.3 POWERED OPERATION
    24 - 2.3.1 General
    24 - 2.3.2 Limitation of leaf forces
    25 - 2.3.3 Kinetic energy limitations
    33 - 2.3.4 Protective devices
    34 - 2.3.5 Guards/barriers
    34 - 2.4 MANUAL OPERATION
    35 - 2.5 DOOR LEAF
    35 - 2.5.1 Materials
    35 - 2.5.2 Shaping of leaf surfaces
    35 - 2.5.3 Leaf travel limiting device
    35 - 2.5.4 Loads
    36 - 2.5.5 Door leaf frames
    36 - 2.6 TRACKS
    36 - 2.7 HANGERS
    37 - 2.8 BOTTOM GUIDES
    37 - 2.9 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
    37 - 2.9.1 Additional requirements for revolving doors
    38 - 2.9.2 Additional requirements for low energy powered swing doors
    38 - 2.9.3 Additional requirements for doors in escape routes and emergency exits
    40 - 2.10 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR POWERED PEDESTRIAN DOORS
    40 - 2.10.1 Fire resistant door
    40 - 2.10.2 Dual function unhindered access/egress door with selectable security override
    40 - 2.10.3 Dedicated security door
    41 - SECTION 3 INSTALLATION DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
    41 - 3.1 GENERAL (ENVIRONMENTAL AND MANAGEMENT)
    41 - 3.1.1 General
    41 - 3.1.2 Design, application, and installation requirements
    41 - 3.2 MATERIALS
    42 - 3.3 ACTIVATION
    42 - 3.3.1 Automatic activators
    43 - 3.3.2 Manual activation
    43 - 3.3.3 Remote activation
    43 - 3.3.4 Special activation requirements
    44 - 3.4 SAFEGUARDING AGAINST DANGER POINTS
    44 - 3.4.1 General
    44 - 3.4.2 Safety clearances for powered sliding doors
    44 - 3.4.3 Powered sliding doors
    46 - 3.4.4 Attachments
    46 - 3.4.5 Powered swing doors
    47 - 3.4.6 Low energy powered swing doors
    48 - 3.4.7 Powered revolving doors
    49 - 3.4.8 Other types of powered doors
    49 - 3.5 DOOR SIGNAGE
    49 - 3.5.1 General
    50 - 3.5.2 Type 1
    51 - 3.5.3 Type 2
    52 - 3.5.4 Type 3
    53 - 3.5.5 Type 4
    54 - SECTION 4 TESTING CRITERIA
    54 - 4.1 GENERAL
    54 - 4.2 TEST CONDITIONS
    54 - 4.2.1 General
    54 - 4.2.2 Measuring equipment
    54 - 4.3 DOCUMENTATION FOR TEST
    54 - 4.3.1 General
    55 - 4.3.2 Documentation for mechanical construction
    55 - 4.3.3 Documentation of electrical components
    55 - 4.4 TESTING
    55 - 4.4.1 Endurance tests
    55 - 4.4.2 Mains power failure
    55 - 4.4.3 Verification of the requirements
    57 - 4.5 RESULTS OF TEST
    57 - 4.6 VERIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE
    58 - SECTION 5 SITE INSTALLATION, TEST AND INSPECTION
    58 - 5.1 GENERAL
    58 - 5.1.1 Site acceptance test
    58 - 5.1.2 Maintenance
    58 - 5.1.3 Inspection
    58 - 5.2 TYPE AND SCOPE OF SITE ACCEPTANCE TEST
    58 - 5.3 FIELD MEASURING EQUIPMENT FOR OPERATING FORCES
    58 - 5.4 PROOF OF SITE ACCEPTANCE TEST
    58 - 5.5 OCCUPIER SAFETY CHECKS
    59 - SECTION 6 MARKING
    59 - 6.1 GENERAL
    59 - 6.2 DRIVE SYSTEM
    59 - 6.3 COMPLETE SYSTEM
    60 - SECTION 7 INFORMATION FOR OPERATION AND USE
    60 - 7.1 GENERAL
    60 - 7.2 INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
    60 - 7.3 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
    60 - 7.4 MAINTENANCE
    60 - 7.5 DOCUMENTATION
    61 - APPENDIX A - NORMATIVE REFERENCES
    62 - APPENDIX B - ILLUSTRATION OF SOME ESSENTIAL TERMS FOR DIFFERENT DOOR TYPES
    63 - APPENDIX C - TEST OF PRESENCE DETECTION DEVICES
    68 - APPENDIX D - PRODUCT TEST REPORT
    68 - D1 GENERAL INFORMATION
    68 - D2 AREAS/ITEMS TO BE TESTED
    69 - APPENDIX E - AUTOMATIC POWERED DOORS INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
    69 - E1 INTRODUCTION
    69 - E2 OPERATIONAL INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
    69 - E2.1 General
    69 - E2.2 Inspection and maintenance frequency
    69 - E2.3 Inspection procedure
    70 - E3 RECORDING OF MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
    70 - E4 MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL
    70 - E5 INSPECTION REPORT
    71 - APPENDIX F - INSTALLATION INSPECTION REPORT
    71 - F1 CHECKLIST FOR SLIDING AND SWING DOORS
    72 - F2 CHECKLIST FOR REVOLVING DOORS
    74 - APPENDIX G - BIBLIOGRAPHY

    Abstract - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    Proposes requirements for the design, and test methods for, drive units, leaves and components of powered pedestrian doors, including constructions that are operated electro-mechanically, electro-hydraulically or pneumatically.

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    This Standard sets out the requirements for design and test methods for drive units, leaves and components of powered pedestrian doors. Such door constructions may be operated electro-mechanically, electro-hydraulically or pneumatically.This Standard also provides requirements for design of the installation, verification/testing, marking and commissioning of the complete powered pedestrian door installation.This Standard does not apply to the following:(a) Powered doors where the door leaves move vertically.(b) Powered doors mainly intended for vehicular traffic or access for goods.(c) Powered pedestrian gates or barriers.(d) Powered pedestrian turnstiles.(e) Powered doors used on lifts.(f) Power operated in environments where there is risk of explosion.

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    Committee BD-055
    Document Type Standard
    Product Note Reconfirmed 14/09/2018.
    This standard has been reconfirmed in Australia in 2018 and remains current in New Zealand. Reconfirmation Notice 14/09/2018
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Current
    Supersedes

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    Originated (in part) as AS/NZS 4290:1995.
    Previous edition AS 4290-2000.
    Originated (in part) as AS 4085-1992.
    AS 4290-2000 and AS 4085-1992 revised, amalgamated and redesignated as AS 5007-2007.
    Reconfirmed 2018. Originated (in part) as AS/NZS 4290:1995. Previous edition AS 4290-2000. Originated (in part) as AS 4085-1992. AS 4290-2000 and AS 4085-1992 revised, amalgamated and redesignated as AS 5007-2007.

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