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    Respiratory protective devices

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    Superseded date:  30-06-2017

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    Published date:  01-01-1994

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS/NZS 1716:1994 RESPIRATORY PROTECTIVE DEVICES
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    8 - SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
    8 - 1.1 SCOPE
    8 - 1.2 APPLICATION
    8 - 1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    9 - 1.4 DEFINITIONS
    9 - 1.4.1 Air-hose respirator
    9 - 1.4.2 Air-line respirator
    9 - 1.4.3 Air-purifying respirator
    9 - 1.4.5 Combination filter respirator
    9 - 1.4.6 Demand valve
    10 - 1.4.7 Disposable respirator
    10 - 1.4.8 Escape type respirator
    10 - 1.4.9 Filtration type escape respirator
    10 - 1.4.10 Full facepiece
    10 - 1.4.11 Gas filter respirator
    10 - 1.4.12 Half facepiece
    10 - 1.4.13 Head covering
    10 - 1.4.14 Informative
    10 - 1.4.15 Mouthpiece
    10 - 1.4.16 Normative
    10 - 1.4.17 Nose clip
    10 - 1.4.18 Particulate filter respirator
    10 - 1.4.19 Powered air-purifying respirator
    10 - 1.4.20 Regulatory authority
    10 - 1.4.21 Respirator
    10 - 1.4.22 Self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA)
    10 - 1.4.23 Shall
    10 - 1.4.24 Should
    11 - 1.4.25 Single use low-boiling point filter
    11 - 1.4.26 Supplied-air respirator
    11 - 1.4.27 Supplied-oxygen respirator
    11 - 1.4.28 Work sets
    11 - 1.5 NOMINAL VALUES AND TOLERANCES
    11 - 1.6 UNITS FOR GAS AND VAPOUR CONCENTRATIONS
    12 - SECTION 2 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF ASSEMBLED RESPIRATORS
    12 - 2.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    12 - 2.1.1 Assembled respirators
    12 - 2.1.2 Materials
    12 - 2.1.3 Filters
    12 - 2.1.4 Shelf life
    12 - 2.1.5 Combined protective equipment
    12 - 2.1.6 Noise level
    12 - 2.1.7 Protection against explosion
    13 - 2.1.8 Avoidance of frictional sparks
    13 - 2.1.9 Protection from flame
    13 - 2.2 FACIAL FIT
    13 - 2.2.1 General
    13 - 2.2.2 Assessment
    14 - 2.3 BREATHING AND CONNECTING TUBE
    14 - 2.4 DEMAND VALVE
    14 - 2.4.1 Design
    14 - 2.4.2 Mode of operation
    15 - SECTION 3 FACEPIECES AND HEAD COVERINGS
    15 - 3.1 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
    15 - 3.1.1 General
    15 - 3.1.2 Exhalation valve assembly
    15 - 3.1.3 Mouthpiece and nose clip
    16 - 3.1.4 Facepiece connector
    16 - 3.2 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
    16 - 3.2.1 Facial fit
    16 - 3.2.2 Accumulated carbon dioxide
    16 - 3.2.3 Positive pressure test
    16 - 3.2.4 Exhalation valve
    17 - 3.2.5 Exhalation resistance of air filtering respirators with a facepiece
    17 - 3.2.6 Security of attachments
    18 - SECTION 4 PARTICULATE FILTER RESPIRATORS
    18 - 4.1 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
    18 - 4.2 CLASSIFICATION AND COMPONENTS
    18 - 4.2.1 Classes
    18 - 4.2.2 Components
    18 - 4.3 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
    18 - 4.3.1 General
    18 - 4.3.2 Simulated rough usage
    18 - 4.3.3 Simulated wear
    19 - 4.3.4 Inhalation resistance
    19 - 4.3.5 Test of filtering efficiency
    19 - 4.3.6 Filters used in series
    20 - SECTION 5 GAS AND VAPOUR FILTER RESPIRATORS
    20 - 5.1 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
    20 - 5.2 TYPES OF FILTER
    20 - 5.3 CLASSIFICATION AND COMPONENT PARTS
    20 - 5.3.1 Classes of filter
    21 - 5.3.2 Component parts
    21 - 5.4 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
    21 - 5.4.1 General
    21 - 5.4.2 Particulate filtration efficiency
    21 - 5.4.3 Simulated rough usage
    21 - 5.4.4 Inhalation resistance
    22 - 5.4.5 Filter capacity
    23 - 5.4.6 Additional requirements for filters
    24 - 5.4.7 Desorption
    25 - SECTION 6 POWERED AIR-PURIFYING RESPIRATORS
    25 - 6.1 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
    25 - 6.2 COMPONENT
    25 - 6.2.1 Facepiece type
    25 - 6.2.2 Hood or helmet type
    26 - 6.3 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
    26 - 6.3.1 Battery
    26 - 6.3.2 Particulate filters
    26 - 6.3.3 Gas filters
    27 - 6.3.4 Combined filters
    28 - SECTION 7 ESCAPE RESPIRATORS-FILTRATION TYPE
    28 - 7.1 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
    28 - 7.2 CLASSIFICATION
    28 - 7.3 FILTER SELF-RESCUER (MINES)
    28 - 7.3.1 Components
    28 - 7.3.2 Carrying case
    29 - 7.3.3 Mouthpiece and nose clip
    29 - 7.3.4 Head harness
    29 - 7.3.5 Active element
    29 - 7.3.6 Chin guard
    29 - 7.3.7 Exhalation valve
    29 - 7.3.8 Heat exchanger
    29 - 7.3.9 Mass
    29 - 7.3.10 Performance requirements
    30 - 7.4 SMOKE MASK
    30 - 7.4.1 Components
    30 - 7.4.2 Performance requirements
    31 - 7.5 FILTER SELF-RESCUER (INDUSTRIAL)
    32 - SECTION 8 AIR-HOSE AND AIR-LINE RESPIRATORS
    32 - 8.1 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
    32 - 8.1.1 Design functions
    32 - 8.1.2 Types
    32 - 8.1.3 Components
    34 - 8.2 WAIST BELT OR BODY HARNESS
    34 - 8.3 AIR-HOSE AND AIR-LINE
    34 - 8.3.1 General
    34 - 8.3.2 Strainer
    34 - 8.3.3 Air-line
    34 - 8.3.4 Connectors and couplings
    34 - 8.4 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
    34 - 8.4.1 Application of tests
    34 - 8.4.2 Demand valve
    34 - 8.4.3 Air supply
    35 - 8.4.4 Breathing resistance
    35 - 8.4.5 Positive pressure under peak flow
    36 - 8.4.6 Test of the air-hose, air-lines and couplings
    36 - 8.4.7 Condition of the inhaled air (carbon dioxide content)
    37 - 8.4.8 Durability of abrasive blast helmets/protectors
    37 - 8.4.9 Simulated work test
    38 - SECTION 9 COMPRESSED AIR SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS
    38 - 9.1 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
    38 - 9.1.1 Design functions
    38 - 9.1.2 Types
    38 - 9.1.3 Requirements
    39 - 9.2 NOMINAL EFFECTIVE LIFE
    39 - 9.3 PRESSURE TUBES AND HOSES
    39 - 9.4 COMPRESSED AIR SCBA-DEMAND FLOW TYPES
    39 - 9.4.1 Functioning of assemblies without positive pressure
    40 - 9.4.2 Functioning of assemblies with positive pressure
    41 - 9.5 CONTINUOUS FLOW -ESCAPE TYPES
    41 - 9.5.1 Design
    41 - 9.5.2 Noise level
    41 - 9.6 AUXILIARY AIR-LINE CONNECTION
    41 - 9.7 CYLINDERS
    41 - 9.8 CYLINDER VALVE
    41 - 9.9 PRESSURE GAUGE
    41 - 9.9.1 General
    42 - 9.9.2 Design
    42 - 9.9.3 Accuracy and markings
    42 - 9.10 ISOLATING VALVE
    42 - 9.11 PRESSURE INDICATOR
    42 - 9.12 ACTIVE WARNING DEVICE
    42 - 9.13 BODY HARNESS AND SECURING HARNESS
    42 - 9.14 MASS
    42 - 9.15 TESTING
    42 - 9.15.1 Application of tests
    42 - 9.15.2 Warning device
    43 - 9.15.3 Resistance to temperature
    43 - 9.15.4 Simulated work test for compressed air SCBA
    43 - 9.16 REQUIREMENTS FOR AIR QUALITY (CYLINDERS) FOR SUPPLIED-AIR RESPIRATORS
    44 - SECTION 10 OXYGEN SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS
    44 - 10.1 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
    44 - 10.1.1 Design functions
    44 - 10.1.2 Requirements
    45 - 10.2 NOMINAL EFFECTIVE LIFE
    45 - 10.3 INHALATION TEMPERATURE
    45 - 10.4 RESISTANCE TO BREATHING
    46 - 10.5 SIMULATED ROUGH USAGE
    46 - 10.6 SIMULATED WORK TEST
    46 - 10.7 DEMAND VALVE
    46 - 10.8 CONTINUOUS FLOW VALVE
    46 - 10.9 RELIEF VALVE
    46 - 10.10 CARBON DIOXIDE ABSORBENT
    46 - 10.11 BREATHING BAG
    46 - 10.11.1 General
    46 - 10.11.2 Breathing bag capacity
    46 - 10.12 PRESSURE TUBES AND HOSES
    46 - 10.13 PRESSURE GAUGE
    47 - 10.14 PRESSURE GAUGE ISOLATING VALVE
    47 - 10.15 BODY HARNESS AND SECURING HARNESS
    47 - 10.16 MASS
    47 - 10.17 CYLINDERS
    47 - 10.18 CYLINDER VALVE
    47 - 10.19 COMPRESSED OXYGEN (DRY BREATHING)
    47 - 10.20 LEAK TIGHTNESS
    48 - SECTION 11 MARKING AND INSTRUCTIONS
    48 - 11.1 MARKING
    48 - 11.1.1 Marking of facepieces and head coverings
    48 - 11.1.2 Particulate filters
    48 - 11.1.3 Gas and vapour filters
    49 - 11.1.4 Air-line and air-hose respirators
    50 - 11.1.5 Compressed air self-contained breathing apparatus
    50 - 11.1.6 Oxygen self-contained breathing apparatus
    50 - 11.2 INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
    50 - 11.2.1 General
    50 - 11.2.2 Instructions for use, maintenance and storage
    50 - 11.2.3 Additional requirements for powered air-purifying respirators
    51 - APPENDIX A - NOISE LEVEL TEST
    51 - A1 SCOPE
    51 - A2 PRINCIPLE
    51 - A3 APPARATUS
    51 - A4 PROCEDURE
    51 - A5 REPORTING THE RESULTS
    52 - APPENDIX B - METHOD OF SELECTING PERSONNEL FOR ASSEMBLED RESPIRATORS TESTS
    52 - B1 METHOD OF SELECTION
    52 - B2 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
    52 - B3 SELECTION OF TEST PANEL
    54 - APPENDIX C - RESISTANCE TO FLAME TEST
    54 - C1 SCOPE
    54 - C2 PRINCIPLE
    54 - C3 APPARATUS
    54 - C4 PROCEDURE
    54 - C5 ASSESSMENT
    55 - C6 REPORTING OF RESULTS
    56 - APPENDIX D - TOTAL INWARD LEAKAGE OF ASSEMBLED RESPIRATORS-QUANTITATIVE SODIUM CHLORIDE TEST
    56 - D1 SCOPE
    56 - D2 PRINCIPLE
    56 - D3 APPARATUS
    56 - D4 PROCEDURE
    56 - D4.1 Subject preparation
    56 - D4.2 Test - non-powered filtering respirators sampled on inhalation only
    57 - D4.3 Test - powered filtering or supplied-air respirator
    58 - D5 REPORTING OF RESULTS
    60 - APPENDIX E - BREATHING SIMULATOR TESTS
    60 - E1 SCOPE
    60 - E2 PRINCIPLE
    60 - E3 APPARATUS
    61 - E4 PROCEDURE
    61 - E5 TESTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
    61 - E5.1 Breathing resistance and carbon monoxide filtering efficiency in filter self-rescuers (mines)
    61 - E5.2 Temperature rise in filter self-rescuers (mines)
    61 - E5.3 Carbon dioxide accumulation
    62 - E5.4 Resistance to breathing
    62 - E5.5 Positive pressure in facepieces and head coverings
    62 - E5.6 Exhaled air humidity pre-conditioning
    62 - E6 REPORTING OF RESULTS
    65 - APPENDIX F - EXHALATION VALVE LEAKAGE TEST
    65 - F1 SCOPE
    65 - F2 PRINCIPLE
    65 - F3 APPARATUS
    65 - F4 PREPARATION
    65 - F5 PROCEDURE
    66 - F6 REPORTING OF RESULTS
    67 - APPENDIX G - BREATHING RESISTANCE TEST
    67 - G1 SCOPE
    67 - G2 PRINCIPLE
    67 - G3 APPARATUS
    67 - G4 PROCEDURE
    67 - G5 REPORTING OF RESULTS
    69 - APPENDIX H - SIMULATED ROUGH USAGE TEST
    69 - H1 SCOPE
    69 - H2 PRINCIPLE
    69 - H3 APPARATUS
    69 - H4 PROCEDURE
    69 - H5 ALTERNATIVE APPARATUS AND PROCEDURE
    69 - H6 ALTERNATIVE TEST PROCEDURE
    71 - H7 REPORTING OF RESULTS
    72 - APPENDIX I - PARTICULATE FILTERS-TEST FOR FILTERING EFFICIENCY
    72 - I1 SCOPE
    72 - I2 PRINCIPLE
    72 - I3 APPARATUS
    72 - I4 PROCEDURE
    72 - I5 CALCULATION OF THE PENETRATION
    72 - I6 REPORTING OF RESULTS
    73 - APPENDIX J - SUPPLIED-AIR RESPIRATORS-SIMULATED WORK TESTS
    73 - J1 SCOPE
    73 - J2 APPLICATION
    73 - J3 TEST SUBJECTS
    73 - J4 TEST PROCEDURE
    73 - J4.1 General
    73 - J4.2 Simulated work tests for air-line or compressed-air SCBA respirators work or rescue type
    74 - J4.3 Simulated work test for compressed-air SCBA and supplied-oxygen SCBA-escape type
    74 - J4.4 Simulated work test for supplied oxygen SCBAs
    74 - J5 ASSESSMENT
    75 - J6 REPORTING OF RESULTS
    76 - APPENDIX K - CYLINDER VALVE REQUIREMENTS
    76 - K1 SCOPE
    76 - K2 VALVES
    76 - K2.1 Construction - general
    76 - K2.2 Materials
    76 - K2.3 Pressure rating
    76 - K2.4 Valve stem (inlet) thread
    76 - K2.5 Type of valve exhalation connection
    76 - K2.6 Marking
    77 - APPENDIX L - APPARATUS TO BE USED IN SODIUM CHLORIDE AEROSOL TESTS
    77 - L1 SCOPE
    77 - L2 APPARATUS AND TEST CONDITIONS COMMON TO BOTH TESTS
    77 - L2.1 Aerosol generator
    77 - L2.2 Detection
    77 - L3 APPARATUS AND CONDITIONS FOR FILTER TESTING
    77 - L4 APPARATUS AND CONDITIONS FOR FACIAL FIT TESTING
    77 - L4.1 Aerosol
    77 - L4.2
    78 - L4.3 Detection system
    78 - L4.4 Exercise machine
    78 - L4.5 Sample pumps
    78 - L4.6 Sample tubes
    78 - L4.7 Sampling system
    79 - L4.8 Filter simulator blank (full facepiece only)
    83 - APPENDIX M - CONVERSION TABLE

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    Specifies performances and testing criteria for seven main types of respirators. General design requirements and test requirements are provided for each respirator category. Appendices include a method for testing total inward leakage of assembled respirators, as well as qualitative facial fit testing and testing of component parts. Criteria for the correct selection use and maintenance of respirators are provided in AS/NZS 1715.

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    This Standard specifies requirements for respiratory protective devices (respirators) intended to provide, according to type, varying degrees of protection against atmospheres containing substances which may be harmful if breathed; also, with certain types, to provide protection against atmospheres which may be deficient in oxygen.The Standard specifies requirements, performance and testing criteria to be observed in the manufacture of respirators.It does not purport to give guidance on the selection, use and maintenance of respirators. Reference should be made to AS/NZS 1715 for such guidance and for determining the type of protection which should be provided for any particular condition.The Standard does not apply to respirators for use in aircraft, for operations under water (see AS 2299), or for life support respirators used for medical purposes or resuscitation (see AS 2488).

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    Committee SF-010
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes
    Under Revision

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    Amendment 1 to AS/NZS 1716:1994 see DR 95270. Under Revision see DR 03069 First published in Australia as AS Z18-1963.
    Second edition 1968.
    Revised and redesignated AS 1716-1975.
    Second edition 1982.
    Third edition 1984.
    Fourth edition 1991.
    First published in New Zealand as part of NZS 1568-1961 (being endorsement of BS 2091:1954 with amendments).
    NZS 2209 first published 1968.
    NZS 1586-1961 revised and redesignated in part as NZS 2266:1969.
    NZS 2209:1968 and NZS 2266:1969 replaced by NZS/AS 1716-1991 (harmonized 1992).
    NZS 2209:1968 and NZS 2266:1969 withdrawn 1992.
    Jointly revised and designated as Joint Standard AS/NZS 1716:1994. First published in Australia as AS Z18-1963. Second edition 1968. Revised and redesignated AS 1716-1975. Second edition 1982. Third edition 1984. Fourth edition 1991. First published in New Zealand as part of NZS 1568-1961 (being endorsement of BS 2091:1954 with amendments). NZS 2209 first published 1968. NZS 1586-1961 revised and redesignated in part as NZS 2266:1969. NZS 2209:1968 and NZS 2266:1969 replaced by NZS/AS 1716-1991 (harmonized 1992). NZS 2209:1968 and NZS 2266:1969 withdrawn 1992. Jointly revised and designated as Joint Standard AS/NZS 1716:1994.

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