ISO 9094:2015 pdf download

ISO 9094:2015 pdf download

ISO 9094:2015 pdf download.Small craft — Fire protection
1 Scope
This International Standard defines a practical degree of fire prevention and protection intended to provide enough time for occupants to escape a fire on board small craft.
It applies to all small craft of up to 24 m length of hull (L H ) except for personal watercraft.
This International Standard excludes:
— the design and installation of those permanently installed galley stoves and heating appliances (including components used to distribute the heat) using fuels that are liquid at atmospheric pressure on small craft, which are covered by ISO 14895;
— carbon monoxide detecting systems, which are covered by ISO 12133 [3] .
2 Normative references
The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
EN 3-7, Portable fire extinguishers – Part 7: Characteristics, performance requirements and test methods EN 1869, Fire blankets
IEC 60092-507, Electrical installations in ships — Part 507: Small vessels
ISO 4589-3, Plastics — Determination of burning behaviour by oxygen index — Part 3: Elevated-temperature test
ISO 5923, Equipment for fire protection and fire fighting — Fire extinguishing media — Carbon dioxide
ISO 7010:2011, Graphical symbols — Safety colours and safety signs — Registered safety signs
ISO 7165, Fire fighting-Portable fire extinguishers – Performance and construction
ISO 8846, Small craft — Electrical devices — Protection against ignition of surrounding flammable gases
ISO 10088, Small craft — Permanently installed fuel systems
ISO 10133, Small craft — Electrical systems — Extra-low-voltage d.c. installations
ISO 10239, Small craft — Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) systems
ISO 10240, Small craft — Owner’s manual
ISO 11105:1997, Small craft — Ventilation of petrol engine and/or petrol tank compartments
ISO 12216, Small craft — Windows, portlights, hatches, deadlights and doors — Strength and watertightness requirements
ISO 13297, Small craft — Electrical systems — Alternating current installations
ISO 14895, Small craft — Liquid-fuelled galley stoves and heating appliances
ISO 16315, Small craft — Electric propulsion system
unless covered by the design and installation requirements of ISO 14895, a readily accessible shut-off valve shall be installed in the supply line at the tank connection. If this is outside the space containing the appliance a second valve shall be fitted in the fuel line in the space containing the appliance, outside Zone II according to Figure 1, but not behind the appliance. This requirement does not apply where the tank is located lower than the cooking appliance/heater and there is no possibility of back siphoning or where a fire or fusible valve that prevents fuel from continuing to flow to an appliance in the event of a fire is installed in the appliance or near to the final fuel supply joint to it.