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EVS-EN 15635:2008

Steel static storage systems - Application and maintenance of storage equipment

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Kehtiv alates 09.01.2009
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EN 15635:2008
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This European Standard gives guidelines for operational aspects relevant to structural safety of storagsystems. Such systems operate with heavy mechanical handling equipment working in close proximity tstatic storage equipment. This European Standard minimizes the risk and consequences of unsafe operatioor damage to the structure. Some other forms of storage equipment are only partially covered and furtheconsideration, beyond the scope of this European Standard, can be required.  This European Standard gives guidance in conjunction with prEN 15512, EN 15620, and EN 15629 to ensurthat the specifier, user and designer are aware of the constraints in each other’s area to allow a safe design tbe produced. This European Standard specifically excludes storage equipment manufactured form materials other thasteel (except for certain accessories) and equipment intended to be used for domestic storage purposes
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