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  • Abstract:
    This European Standard contains safety-related requirements for high pressure water jet machines with drives of all kinds (e. g. electric motor, internal combustion engine, air and hydraulic) in which pumps are used to generate pressure. This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events arising during assembly, erection, operation and servicing relevant to high pressure water jet machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). All references to high pressure water jet machines within this document includes machines for one or more of the following industrial applications: cleaning; surface preparation; material removal; readjustment of concrete; cutting. This document applies to mobile and fixed high pressure water jet machines, in which the water pressure is generated by a pressure generator/pump and in which the maximum allowable working pressure is more than the upper limit fixed in the scope of EN 60335-2-79. NOTE 135 MPa (350 bar) is currently the upper limit for machines covered by EN 60335-2-79. NOTE 2 In general the machines in the scope will not be in the scope of the Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC. In some cases, specific parts may be in the scope of that directive, but their application is not dealt with in this document. This document does not apply to high pressure cleaners which are dealt with in EN 60335-2-54 and EN 60335-2-79. NOTE 3 EN 60335-2-54 applies to steam cleaners for household use. EN 60335-2-79 applies to high pressure cleaners having a rated pressure not less than 2,5 MPa and not exceeding 35 MPa, as well as steam cleaners and those parts of hot water high pressure cleaners incorporating a steam stage which have a capacity not exceeding 100 l, a rated pressure not exceeding 2,5 MPa and a product of capacity and rated pressure not exceeding 5 MPa-l. This document does not cover additional hazards due to the incorporation of high pressure water jet machines into other process-technology machines. This document does not cover specific hazards associated with explosive atmospheres, use on ships or ambient temperatures outside the range 5 °C to 40 °C. This document does not cover hazards associated with the drives or specific hazards due to any heat generation function. However the hazards due to high temperatures of touchable surfaces are dealt with. Any hazard due to the nature of liquids used for jetting, other than that due to pressure, is excluded from the scope of this European Standard. This document is not applicable to high pressure water jet machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.
  • Document number:
    EN 1829-1
  • Issuing date:
    2010-01-01
  • Document type:
    Norm
  • Title:
    High pressure water jet machines - Safety requirements - Part 1: Machines
  • Replaces:
    FprEN 1829-1(2009-09)
  • Author:
    CEN/TC 197 Pumps
  • Search term:
    CE marking; Cleaning equipment; Components; Definitions; Equipment; Hazards; High-pressure cleaners; Instructions for use; Marking; Mechanical engineering; Mobile; Noise measurement; Operating instructions; Pumps; Safety; Safety engineering; Safety of machinery; Safety requirements; Specification (approval); Stationary; Testing; User information; Warning notices; Water jet; Workplace safety
  • Application areas:
    02.50 Anstrich- und Reinigungswerkzeuge
  • Hazards:
    AB Terminologische Festlegungen in Normen mit Arbeitsschutzbezug; DA Mechanische Gefährdungen im Allgemeinen; GC Schall (Lärm); GL Kontakt mit heißen oder kalten Medien (Oberflächen, Umgebungen); KE Belastungen durch Funktionsstörungen an Arbeitsmitteln (Ausfall, Bruch, fehlerhafte Montage, Softwarefehler, Störung der Energieversorgung)
  • ICS:
    97.080 Cleaning appliances
  • Price:
    65,70 EUR
  • Cross references:
    EN 12723 (2000-05){historisch}<S>; EN 60204-1 (2006-06){historisch}<S>; EN 60335-2-79 (2004-08){historisch}<S>; EN ISO 11203 (1995-12){historisch}<S>; EN ISO 12100-1 (2003-11){historisch}<S>; EN ISO 12100-2 (2003-11){historisch}<S>; ISO 7010 (2003-10){historisch}<S>; EN 1829-2 (2008-04)<G>; EN 60529 (1991-10)<G>; EN 61310-2 (2008-01)<G>; EN ISO 4871 (2009-08)<G>; EN ISO 13732-1 (2008-09)<G>; EN 614-1+A1 (2009-02)<G>; EN 809+A1 (2009-10)<G>; EN ISO 14120 (2015-11)<G>; EN 981+A1 (2008-09)<G>; EN ISO 14119 (2013-10)<G>; EN 12162+A1 (2009-05)<G>; EN ISO 3743-1 (2010-10)<G>; EN ISO 3744 (2010-10)<G>; EN ISO 13849-1 (2015-12)<G>; EN ISO 13857 (2019-10)<G>; 2006/42/EG (2006-05-17)
  • Cited in:
    DIN EN 809 (2012-10)<GLEITEND>; DIN EN 1034-22 (2010-06); DIN EN 1953 (2013-12); DIN EN 12621 (2011-07)<GLEITEND>; DIN EN 14654-1 (2014-08)<STARR>; 10/30216264 DC (2010-11-11){historisch}; 12/30249558 DC (2012-08-17); 15/30298375 DC (2015-01-13); 17/30354111 DC (2017-03-16); 19/30382011 DC (2019-04-26); 20/30404919 DC (2020-06-11); BS EN 1953 (2013-09-30); BS EN 14654-1 (2014-06-30); BS EN 60335-2-79 (2013-06-30); EN 12621+A1 (2010-06)<GLEITEND>; EN 14654-1 (2014-06)<STARR>; EN 60335-2-79 (2009-09){historisch}<GLEITEND>; NF P16-158-1 (2014-07-18); NF T35-200 (2010-07-01); OENORM EN 12621 (2010-12-15); OENORM EN 12621 (2011-07-01); OENORM EN 14654-1 (2014-08-01); OEVE/OENORM EN 60335-2-79 (2010-03-01); 2006/42/EGMitt 2010-05 (2010-05-26)<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2010-10 (2010-10-20){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2011-04 (2011-04-08){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2011-07 (2011-07-20){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2011-11 (2011-11-18){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2012-02 (2012-02-29){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2012-03 (2012-03-23){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2012-06 (2012-06-05){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2012-08 (2012-08-24){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2012-11 (2012-11-15){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2013-04 (2013-04-05){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2013-11 (2013-11-28){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2014-04 (2014-04-11){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2014-07 (2014-07-11){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2015-02 (2015-02-13){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2016-01 (2016-01-15){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2016-05 (2016-05-13){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2016-09 (2016-09-09){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2017-06 (2017-06-09){historisch}<STARR>; 2006/42/EGMitt 2018-03 (2018-03-09)<STARR>; EUB 2022/621 (2022-04-07)<STARR>
  • Identical with:
    DIN EN 1829-1(2010-05)<IDT>; BS EN 1829-1(2010-02-28)<IDT>; DS/EN 1829-1(2010-04-16)<IDT>; NF E44-093-1(2010-03-01)<IDT>; SN EN 1829-1(2010-06)<IDT>; OENORM EN 1829-1(2010-04-01)<IDT>; PN-EN 1829-1(2010-04-27)<IDT>; SS-EN 1829-1(2010-02-08)<IDT>; UNE-EN 1829-1(2010-07-07)<IDT>
  • Legislation:
    2006/42/EG (2006-05-17)<H>; Maschinenrichtlinie; 98/37/EG (1998-06-22)<M>; Maschinenrichtlinie; 2006/42/EG (2006-05-17)<M>; Maschinenrichtlinie; 2006/42/EGMitt 2010-05 (2010-05-26); 2006/42/EGMitt 2010-10 (2010-10-20); 2006/42/EGMitt 2011-04 (2011-04-08); 2006/42/EGMitt 2011-07 (2011-07-20); 2006/42/EGMitt 2011-11 (2011-11-18); 2006/42/EGMitt 2012-02 (2012-02-29); 2006/42/EGMitt 2012-03 (2012-03-23); 2006/42/EGMitt 2012-06 (2012-06-05); 2006/42/EGMitt 2012-08 (2012-08-24); 2006/42/EGMitt 2012-11 (2012-11-15); 2006/42/EGMitt 2013-04 (2013-04-05); 2006/42/EGMitt 2013-11 (2013-11-28); 2006/42/EGMitt 2014-04 (2014-04-11); 2006/42/EGMitt 2014-07 (2014-07-11); 2006/42/EGMitt 2015-02 (2015-02-13); 2006/42/EGMitt 2016-01 (2016-01-15); 2006/42/EGMitt 2016-05 (2016-05-13); 2006/42/EGMitt 2016-09 (2016-09-09); 2006/42/EGMitt 2017-06 (2017-06-09); 2006/42/EGMitt 2018-03 (2018-03-09); EUB 2022/621 (2022-04-07)
  • Harmonization info:
    2006/42/EG (2006-05-17); Maschinenrichtlinie<HARMANFANG>2010-05-26</HARMANFANG><HARMENDE>2023-10-11</HARMENDE>
  • Update flag:
    Historically