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Effects of Different Standards Standard FEM 1.001 DIN 15018
International Tower Cranes 2011
12th May 2011
EN 14439 Update
Tim Watson
CPA Technical Consultant
Latest Advances in Tower Crane
Standards and Design
Old and New Standards
■ Old National Standards
► DIN
15018
► NF E 52-081
► FEM 1.001
■ EN 14439:2006 + A2:2009
► One
standard across Europe
► Adopted by these
manufacturers amongst
others
What's New in EN14439
■ Improved Safety in Service
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►
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Compulsory anemometer
Anti-collision and zoning devices
Improved cab visibility
■ Improved Operator Comfort
►
Requirements for cab heating and control station layout
■ Improved Safety for Erection and Maintenance
Personnel
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Reduction of crushing hazards
Improved access
Specifications for climbing systems
■ Increased Requirements for Out-of-service Wind
Out-of-service Wind
European Storm Wind Map
CPA TIN 027
Effects of Different Standards
A typical top slew tower
crane on a rail going chassis
Standard
FEM 1.001
DIN 15018
EN14439
FEM 1.005
C25
EN14439
FEM 1.005
D25
Max. Height
under Hook
50.2 metre
46.9 metre
46.9 metre
41.9 metre
Base Ballast
80.2 tonne
114 tonne
96 tonne
102 tonne
Out-of-service Wind Accidents
Common Requirements for Access
Walkways – EN 13586
Toprail
Minimal
Gaps
Midrail
Minimum
Width
Toe board
Common Requirements for Access
Ladders
Zoning Systems
Anemometer
Requirements for Operator’s Cabs
Climbing Frame Design
Benefits of EN 14439
■
■
■
■
■
One Standard across Europe
Improved access for the operator
Improved access for maintenance
Improved operator comfort
Improved requirements for climbing
frames
■ All adds up to improved safety for tower
cranes
Thank You
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