Industritruckar

Ämnesområden: Industritruckar
Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 221 (Industritruckar)
Källa: ISO
Svarsdatum: den 27 aug 2019
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This document gives safety requirements for the application, operation, maintenance, transport, tow, assembly and storage of industrial trucks (hereafter referred to as trucks) as defined in ISO 5053-1.

It applies to the following truck types:

a) counterbalance lift trucks;

b) reach trucks (with retractable mast or retractable fork arm carriage);

c) straddle trucks;

d) pallet-stacking trucks;

e) platform trucks;

f) double stackers

g) side-loading trucks (one side only);

h) lateral-stacking trucks (both sides), and lateral- and front-stacking trucks;

i) order-picking trucks

j) bidirectional and multidirectional trucks;

k) counterbalance container handlers;

l) articulated counterbalance lift trucks;

m) variable-reach trucks;

n) pallet trucks;

o) platform and stillage trucks;

p) tractors with a drawbar pull up to and including 20 000 N;

q) burden and personnel carriers;

r) trucks powered by battery, diesel, gasoline or LPG (liquefied petroleum gas).

Ämnesområden: Industritruckar
Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 221 (Industritruckar)
Källa: CEN
Svarsdatum: den 12 sep 2019
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This document specifies requirements for the truck side of the attachment interface of rough-terrain non-slewing and slewing variable reach trucks (hereafter referred to as "trucks") dealt with in EN 1459-1, EN 1459-2 and prEN 1459-4.

This document covers the interface of the attachments fitted to the telescopic boom carriage or mounted on the forks. This document does not cover:

— interface for interchangeable equipment designed for lifting person(s) (covered by EN 1459-3);

— interface for equipment for container handling (e.g. spreader);

— interface for equipment permanently installed on the machine and not intended to be removed by the user;

NOTE In this case, equipment becomes part of the truck.

This document does not give requirements for the completed assembly of a truck fitted with an attachment. This document does not address risks to parts of the truck other than the interface with the attachment.

Ämnesområden: Industritruckar
Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 221 (Industritruckar)
Källa: ISO
Svarsdatum: den 13 sep 2019
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This part of ISO 10896 specifies general safety requirements for non-slewing, rough-terrain variablereach trucks (hereafter known as “trucks”), with rigid chassis and equipped with a telescopic lifting means (pivoting boom) on which a load-handling device such as a carriage with fork arms is typically fitted. Fork arms and other integrated attachments are considered to be parts of the truck.

NOTE These trucks are also known as telehandlers, or telescopic handlers.

For the purpose of this Standard, trucks are designed to transport, lift and place loads and can be driven on unimproved terrain. They can also be equipped with a variety of attachments (e.g. fork arms, bale spikes) and interchangeable equipment (e.g. mowers, sweepers) which can be both load-carrying and non-load-carrying.

Other standards, in addition to the relevant provisions of this part of ISO 10896, can apply to the attachments.

This part of ISO 10896 is not applicable to the following:

a) industrial variable-reach trucks covered by ISO 3691-2;

b) machines designed primarily for earth-moving, such as loaders, even if their buckets are replaced by fork arms (see ISO 20474);

c) trucks with articulated chassis;

d) trucks designed primarily with variable-length load suspension elements (e.g. chain, ropes) from which the load may swing freely in all directions 

e) trucks fitted with personnel/work platforms, designed to move persons to elevated

f) trucks designed primarily for container handling.

The significant hazards covered by this part of ISO 10896 are listed in Annex A. This part of ISO 10896 does not address hazards that can occur:

— during manufacture,

— when handling suspended loads, which may swing freely,

— when using trucks on public roads,

— when operating in potentially explosive atmospheres,

— with a battery, LPG or hybrid as the primary power source.