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AS 1418.10-1996 cranes including hoists and winches - elevating work platforms

Standard Number:  AS 1418.10-1996
Title:  cranes including hoists and winches - elevating work platforms
Language:  English
Replaced by Standard:  AS 1418.10(Int)-2004

Publication Date:  1995/11/1
Execute Date:  1996/2/5
Status:  Withdrawn
International Classification for Standards (ICS)MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT>>Lifting equipment>>Cranes
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:60P.;A4  

Preface:   
Description:Specifies requirements for elevating work platforms as defined in AS 2549. Does not apply to passenger goods lifts, builders' hoists or fixed elevating work platforms, nor does it apply to any matter relating to firefighting or any matter relating to vehicles upon which aerial devices are mounted, except to a vehicle being, while stationary, a stable support for the aerial device. It includes a section on tests to be conducted on elevating work platforms, and new sections on requirements for glass-reinforced plastic and pedestrian-controlled elevating work platforms. It is intended for use with AS 2550.10, which specifies the requirements for the safe use of elevating work platforms and AS 1418.1.  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 1418.10-1996 CRANES (INCLUDING HOISTS AND WINCHES) - ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 APPLICATION
1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.4 DEFINITIONS
1.4.1 High voltage
1.4.2 Low voltage
1.4.3 May
1.4.4 Shall
1.4.5 Should
1.5 DESIGN
1.5.1 General
1.5.2 Basis of design
1.5.3 Classification
1.5.4 Design for strength
1.5.5 Design for stability
1.5.6 Design life
1.5.7 Protection from uncontrolled motions
1.5.8 Duplication of controls
1.5.9 Retrieval of platform in the event of loss of normal power
1.5.10 Platform equipment
1.5.11 Personnel protection
1.5.12 Outriggers, stabilizers, and extendible axles
1.5.13 Elevating work platforms with electrical insulation
1.5.14 Noise level
1.6 GLASS FIBRE REINFORCED PLASTIC
1.7 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
1.8 HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT
1.9 PNEUMATIC EQUIPMENT
1.10 CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
1.10.1 General
1.10.2 Level indicator
1.10.3 Articulating boom and extendible boom platform controls
1.10.4 Interlocks
1.10.5 Boom angle indicators and boom length indicators
1.10.6 Control from various positions
1.11 RATING
1.11.1 General capacity
1.11.2 Variable capacity
1.11.3 Alternative configuration
1.11.4 Rated capacity
1.11.5 Operating height and reach
1.12 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
1.12.1 General
1.12.2 Stability tests
1.12.3 Overload test
1.12.4 Functional tests
1.12.5 Electrical insulation testing
1.13 TEST REPORT
1.14 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
1.14.1 General
1.14.2 Manual
1.14.3 Inspection and maintenance
1.15 MARKING
SECTION 2 PEDESTRIAN-CONTROLLED ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS
2.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
2.2 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
2.2.1 Automatic safety device
2.2.2 Controlbars
2.2.3 Park brake
2.2.4 Travel brake
SECTION 3 MANUALLY PROPELLED ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS
3.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
3.2 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
SECTION 4 SELF-PROPELLED ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS
4.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
4.2 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
4.2.1 In-service brake
4.2.2 Out-of-service brake
4.2.3 Inclination alarm
4.2.4 Inclination interlock
SECTION 5 VEHICLE-MOUNTED AND TRAILER-MOUNTED ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS
5.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
5.2 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
5.2.1 Vehicle or trailer capacity
5.2.2 Axle assembly
5.2.3 Slewing mechanism
APPENDIX A - MEANS FOR DEMONSTRATING COMPLIANCE WITH THIS STANDARD
A1 SCOPE
A2 STATISTICAL SAMPLING
A3 PRODUCT CERTIFICATION
A4 SUPPLIER S QUALITY SYSTEM
A5 OTHER MEANS OF ASSESSMENT
APPENDIX B - TYPICAL ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS
APPENDIX C - TYPICAL BASKETS, PLATFORMS, OUTRIGGERS, STABILIZERS, AND EXTENDIBLE AXLES
APPENDIX D - COMPUTER CALCULATIONS
D1 GENERAL
D2 CONCLUSION
APPENDIX E - WORKED EXAMPLES FOR THE DESIGN OF GLASS FIBRE REINFORCED PLASTIC BOOMS
E1 GENERAL
E2 TYPICAL RANGE OF COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH FOR GLASS FIBRE REINFORCED PLASTIC
E3 THICKNES SAND GLASS RELATIONSHIP
E4 TYPICAL CALCULATIONS
E4.1 Example 1
E4.2 Example 2
E4.3 Example 3
APPENDIX F - LOADS AND FORCES IN STABILITY CALCULATIONS
F1 GENERAL
F2 CLASSIFICATION
F3 RATED LOAD
F4 STRUCTURAL LOADS
F5 WIND LOADS
F5.1 General
F5.2 Wind forces
F5.3 Area of persons on a work platform exposed to wind
F5.4 Exposed equipment
F6 MANUAL FORCE
F7 SPECIAL LOADS AND FORCES
APPENDIX G - STABILITY CALCULATIONS
G1 CALCULATION OF FORCES
G1.1 Structural
G1.2 Wind forces
G1.3 Manual forces
G1.4 Special loads
G2 CALCULATION OF OVERTURNING AND STABILIZING MOMENTS
APPENDIX H - TIPPING LINES OF ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS
H1 GENERAL
H2 ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS ON WHEELS (TYRES)
H2.1 Elevating work platforms on wheels (tyres) without suspension or with the suspension
H2.2 Elevating work platforms on wheels with the suspension unlocked
H3 ELEVATING WORK PLATFORM ON OUTRIGGERS
APPENDIX I - TEST CERTIFICATE FORMAT
  
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