BS EN ISO 9094:2017 pdf download – Small craft – Fire protection (ISO 9094:2015)
Appliance manufacturer’s instructions may be followed to meet this clause provided the appliance hasbeen temperature tested in accordance with EN 12815[5],EN 13240[6] or UL1100[8].
4.2.4 Protection from solid fuel appliances Solid fuel appliances shall stand on and be secured to a hearth, designed and constructed ofsuitable robust and non-combustible materials, substantial enough to support the weight of the applianceand be of appropriate dimensions such that,in normal use,will prevent ignition of floor coveringsthrough radiated heat or in the event a hot solid fuel falls from the appliance.
Appliance manufacturer’s instructions may be followed to meet this clause provided the appliance hasbeen temperature tested in accordance with EN 128155], EN 132406] or UL1100[因. Combustible fixtures, fittings or furniture other than flooring and its covering shall not bepositioned within the distance from solid fuel appliance specified by the manufacturer or, if no distanceis specified, within 600 mm of the closest point to the appliance. Free-hanging combustible material, such as curtains or blinds adjacent to solid fuel applianceshall be fitted not less than the minimum distance specified by the manufacturer or, if no distance isspecified, not within 600 mm of the closest point to the appliance and any uninsulated flue pipe.
NOTE Careful consideration needs to be given in the selection of materials in all other parts of habitablespaces to ensure, as far as practical, that the materials are not readily ignitable and/or have low flame spreadcharacteristics and do not readily give rise to toxic or explosive hazards at elevated temperatures.
4.2.5 Protection from electrical appliances Free hanging curtains or other fabrics adjacent to electrical cooking hobs shall not be fitted inZone I according to Figure 1. Electrical heating appliances shall not be fitted with an element so exposed that clothing.curtains,or other similar materials can be scorched or set on fire by heat from the element.
4.3 Engine and fuel compartments and exhausts
4.3.1 General requirements not dependent on fuel type Insulation material
Material used for the insulation of engine compartments shall:
present a non-fuel absorbent surface towards the engine; and
not support combustion and accordingly shall have an oxygen index (O1) of at least 21 according toISO 4589-3 at an ambient temperature of 60°C, or be tested as meeting an equivalent standard Permanently installed fuel tanks
Permanently installed fuel tanks shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the requirementsof ISO 21487 and installed in accordance with ISO 10088. Bilge cleaning
Bilges and other spaces that can contain spillage of petrol and diesel shall be accessible for cleaning andshall have a non-fuel absorbent floor surface. Checking of exhaust water injection
Where a non-metallic component or flexible hose is part of a water-cooled exhaust system a means toindicate a loss of cooling water shall be provided to prevent failure of the component or flexible hose.The means shall be obvious from the steering position.
NOTEA temperature or flow alarm may suffice.
Where the engine manufacturer makes specific system recommendations or with installations ofengine systems that include all the exhaust components through the terminus where the exhaust gasesare discharged, the manufacturer’s recommendations shall be followed.
4.3.2 Specific requirements for compartments containing fixed petrol engines andpermanently installed petrol tanks General
Compartments or spaces containing fixed petrol engines and/or fixed petrol tanks shall be separatedfrom habitable spaces. This is met where the structure fulfils the following requirements:
a)the boundaries are continuously sealed (e.g. welded, brazed, glued, laminated or otherwise sealed);
b)penetrations for cables, piping etc. are closed by fittings, seals and/or sealants;
caccess openings such as doors, hatches, etc. are equipped with fittings so they can be secured to minimize the flow of gas or vapours in the closed position.
The effectiveness of the boundary joints or sealing may be demonstrated either by documentation orvisual inspection. Ignition protection
All electrical equipment shall be ignition protected as specified in Ventilation
Compartments or spaces containing fixed petrol engines and fixed petrol tanks shall meet theventilation requirements of IS0 11105.BS EN ISO 9094 pdf download.