1 The European Fire Safety Standard CEN TS 555 Railway Interiorsexpo Amsterdam November 2008
2 A Introduction B History C CEN TS 555 D Impact of approved CEN TS on national standards for fire protection E Economic impact that CEN TS 555 will have on rail operators F New input for the final standard EN 555 G Actual status
3 Introduction Situation in the beginning : -National Railway companies were responsible for operation and certification -Each country had different levels and used not comparable test methods of fire safety regulations -The relationship between national operators and suppliers was stronger than today -Each country defended its own national methods and the related test equipment
4 Introduction Working Process on the Fire Safety Standard First stage : - Agreement on the content of the seven parts - Reaching common targets against the different opinions of national experts - Develop common test methods and fire safety levels Second stage : - Description of development objective to CEN Starr - Test of most critical scenarios inside FIRESTARR - Change of responsibility from national operators to national safety authorities
5 Introduction Final stage : - Redesign of all 7 parts according to fire safety guideline issued by FIRESTARR - National enquiry of pren 555 part 1,, 5 - National voting of parts 1, and 5 - Harmonising the standards with measures for TSI (HS, RST and SRT) - Redesign of all parts as technical specification - Comment review meeting of TS 555 part 1 to 7
6 Introduction Main show stoppers : Delay of FIRESTARR project Change of the Fire safety behaviour in accordance with TSI (RST, HS, SRT) Non consistent delegations of experts at the working groups
7 Introduction Finally : CEN TS 555 Fire protection of railway vehicles May 2008 : Positive vote
8 Introduction Future : EUROPEAN STANDARD EN 555 Fire protection of railway vehicles
9 History Founding of JWG : The Joint Working Group was founded from - CEN TC 256 Working Group 1 - CENELEC TC 9X Working Group
10 History CEN TC 256 Convenor: Jochen Wieschermann DLA AG, DE Wangen Working Group TC256/WG 1 Joint Working Group JWG part 1 CENELEC TC9X Special Group AIEF;UNIFE;JWG Working Group TC9X/WG part part part 6 part 7 Sub-Working Group WGS part 2 part 5 Convenor WG Heinz Reimann Bombardier Transportation CH-8050 Zurich
11 History Support to the development of the European Standard Fire protection of railway vehicles FIRESTARR PROJECT
12 History The FIRESTARR project was a European Commission funded research program - established assist: Joint Working Group in drafting part 2
13 CEN TS 555 Scope of the EN 555 This European Standard specifies: measures on railway vehicles for fire protection verification of these measures The objective of the measures and requirements specified in this European Standard is to protect passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board. It is not within the scope of this standard to describe measures which ensure the preservation of the vehicles in the event of a fire.
14 CEN TS 555 CEN TS 555 : Scope of the parts part 1: General part 2: Requirements for fire behaviour of materials and components part : Fire resistance requirements for fire barriers part : Fire safety requirements for railway rolling stock design part 5: Fire safety requirements for electrical equipment part 6: Fire control and management systems part 7: Fire safety requirements for flammable liquid and flammable gas installations
15 CEN TS 555 Definition of railway vehicles Railway vehicles in this standard are: locomotives multiple units coaches light rail vehicles underground vehicles Trams trolley buses (only in relation to the electrical equipment); magnetic levitation vehicles
16 CEN TS 555 Objectives of the standard The objectives are considered in the context of the operation categories and design categories where appropriate in train sections.
17 CEN TS 555 Objectives for the following possible scenarios - Fire resulting from accident or arson Typical ignition models involving newspaper, matches, cigarettes and gas lighters shall be taken into consideration in any position freely accessible to passengers and staff. - Fire resulting from technical defects Ignition models, comparable to electric arcs or abnormal temperatures shall be taken into consideration. The effects of any flammable gases or flammable liquids which may be present shall also be taken into account. - Fire resulting from larger ignition models To reduce the hazards to passenger and staff, the following requirements, which are defined in all parts of this technical Specification, are intended to cover cases with bigger ignition models e.g. passenger clothes or passenger luggage.
18 1 General Objective CEN TS 555 General Objectives for CEN TS 555 The objectives of this standard is to minimize the risk of a fire starting and fire spreading within railway vehicles and their effects on passenger and staff and to offer, as a consequence, the best level of protection against the occurrence of a fire on board Minimising the risk of a fire starting in passenger and staff areas of railway vehicles by accident or arson
19 CEN TS 555 General Objectives for CEN TS 555 (continued) Objective 2 Minimising the risk of a fire starting as a result of technical defects on railway vehicles. Objective Allowing for the safety of passengers and staff on board railway vehicles, in such cases where objectives 1 and 2 do not give an acceptable level of protection.
20 EN 555 Part 1, General This Part of CEN TS 555 covers : Principal definitions Operation categories Design categories CEN TS 555 Fire safety objectives General requirements for fire protection measures and their evaluation of conformity
21 Operation Categories for Railway vehicles Operation category 1: CEN TS 555 Vehicles that are not designed or equipped to run on underground sections, tunnels and/or elevated structures and which may be stopped with minimum delay, after which immediate side evacuation to a place of ultimate safety is possible. Remark : Annex B defines the infrastructure
22 Operation Categories for Railway vehicles Operation category 2: CEN TS 555 Vehicles that are designed or equipped to run on underground sections, tunnels and/or elevated structures with side evacuation available and where there are stations or emergency stations that offer a place of ultimate safety to passengers, reachable within a short running time.
23 Operation Categories for Railway vehicles Operation category : CEN TS 555 Vehicles that are designed or equipped to run on underground sections, tunnels and/or elevated structures, with side evacuation available and where there are stations or emergency stations that offer a place of ultimate safety to passengers, reachable within a long running time.
24 Operation Categories for Railway vehicles Operation category : CEN TS 555 Vehicles that are designed or equipped to run on underground sections, tunnels and/or elevated structures, without side evacuation available and where there are stations or emergency stations that offer a place of ultimate safety to passengers, reachable within a short running time.
25 Design categories All vehicles are classified due to their design as follows: A: D: S: N: Vehicles forming part of an automatic train having no emergency trained staff on board Double decked vehicles CEN TS 555 Sleeping and couchette vehicles All other vehicles (standard vehicles)
26 CEN TS 555 Ignition models within the scope of the standard (Annex A) Flaming source with minutes duration and average power output of 7 kw generating an flux of 25 to 0 kw/m 2. A radiant flux of nominal value 25 kwm -2 applied to an area of 0,1 m 2. A radiant flux of nominal value 50 kwm -2 applied to an area of 0,1 m 2. Flaming source of power 1 kw and 0 sec. duration. A flaming source generating a radiant flux of nominal value in the range kwm -2 applied to an area of 0.7 m 2 with an average heat of 75 kw for a period of 2 minutes followed immediately by a flux of nominal value in the range 0 50 kwm -2 applied to the same 0,7 m 2 area with an average heat of 150 kw for a period of 8 minutes.
27 CEN TS 555 Requirements for fire behaviour of materials and components The content of part 2 is: Functional description of the fire safety objectives The generic material classes and the requirement classes Test methods according to the generic material classes Characteristic requirement of the system test Requirements in principle for selection of testing and test samples Interior material construction
28 CEN TS 555 Relation between operation categories and design categories (Fire Hazard levels values) Fire hazard levels values (HL 1 to HL ) as a result from operation and design categories defined in part 1 shall take into account the different dwell times defined in part1. Relations between operation categories and fire hazard levels (=HL) Table
29 CEN TS 555 Evaluation of material reaction to fire The 5 parameters for evaluation of reaction to fire are : Spread of flame; Ignitability; Heat release; Smoke; Toxicity. And the fire behaviour is evaluated on materials and components, in end-use condition as far as it is possible. The test methods are unique, taking in account the different material classes like: Structural surface related products Furniture products Electrical equipment Mechanical equipment
30 CEN TS 555 Implementing compliant fire safety measures The small scale test methods for testing the fire safety properties are checked to be in consistence with the real scale tests in the vehicle The flame spread test is also used in the IMO regulation. Smoke and Toxic measurement uses the European smoke chamber EN ISO 5659
31 CEN TS 555 Test Methods Material classes Interiors and exterior located products Furniture products Electro technical products Mechanical products Non Listed products Spread of flame ISO Radial panel Ignitability Rate of Heat release ISO Cone calorimeter Smoke Full scale product testing ISO 9705 Furniture calorimeter with level of vandalisation ISO LO ISO LO ISO LO Sample testing ISO Cone calorimeter ISO NBS ISO NBS ISO NBS Toxicity ISO NBS chamber Sample testing ISO NBS chamber NFX or ISO NBS NFX or ISO NBS NFX or ISO NBS
32 CEN TS 555 CEN TS 555 : part, Fire resistance requirements for fire barriers Requirements and testing methods for fire barriers in railway vehicles The objective of this part is to protect passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by containing fire
33 The following points shall be taken into consideration for the verification of functionality: 1. Origin of fire 2. Size of fire. Material involved in fire. Nature of detector 5. Air blow CEN TS 555
34 CEN TS 555 e. g. extract from table Fire barrier requirements
35 CEN TS 555 CEN TS 555 : part, Fire safety requirements for railway rolling stock design This part specifies aims to protect passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by minimising the risk of a fire starting, delaying the fire development and aiding evacuation.
36 Systems for running CEN TS 555 For ignition models there is no significant risk for the strength of the body structure to enable the running capability. For relevant ignition models, the following shall be demonstrated for vehicles of operation categories 2, & : Vehicles shall be designed in such way that, in the event of a fire on board, they will remain capable of running for a time or a distance to an evacuation point in accordance with CEN TS clause 6.
37 CEN TS 555 The demands on modern design come from: Passengers Operators Certification authorities
38 CEN TS 555 Additional demands come from: Styles Materials Shape opportunities of using standard equipment Types of tooling Finishing technologies Manufacturing Low cost Assembly concepts All of these factors shall be taken into consideration
39 CEN TS 555 CEN TS 555 : part 5, Fire safety requirements for electrical equipment This part specifies the objective of protecting passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by means of: Minimising the risk of starting a fire during operation and as a result of technical defect of the electrical equipment and wiring. General requirements The normal electrical design requirements used for railway vehicles are supplemented by the design requirements of this standard. In addition to the design requirements of this standard, electrical equipment shall be designed to withstand the mechanical, electrical and thermal stresses which are likely to be encountered in operation. (see EN ).
40 CEN TS 555 This part of the standard deals with the following design requirements for fire safety measures like : Overload protection - Overload protection between current collectors (e.g. Pantograph) and consumers of a vehicle - Overload protection devices - Installation rules of the unprotected parts of circuits Integrity of connection - Electrical conductors - Temperature rise - Soldering instructions - Instruction for wire wrap techniques Instruction for flat, quick connected terminations Wiring (rules for cable distribution) Instruction for size of cables Installation instruction for high power cables Installation instruction for supply line cables
41 This part of the standard deals with the following design requirements for fire safety measures like : Enclosures Cable ducts Batteries and battery supply circuits Switchgear Electrical emergency equipment Bonding CEN TS 555 Resistors and heating equipment Locations exposed to current collection arcing Forced ventilated equipment Container filled with mineral oil
42 EN 555 Part 6 Fire control and management systems Requirements for: fire detection alarm systems equipment shutdown fire fighting systems CEN TS 555 The requirements specify aims to protect passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by: alerting staff and passengers to a fire delaying the fire development control the movement of smoke
43 CEN TS Design category A Design categories S&DS Design categories N&D Luggage Compartment Engine compartment on locomotives Electric traction equipment inside Combustion engines inside Electric traction equipment under car Combustion engines under the car HVAC Unit Technical cabinets Cooking or catering area Staff area Toilets Sleeper compartment Passenger Area Table 1 Excluding remarks
44 EN 555 : part 7, Fire safety requirements for flammable liquid and flammable gas installations This part specifies the objective of protecting passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of fire on board, by: Minimising the risk of fire during operation and as a result of technical defect. This minimising of risk is valid for the installation of flammable liquid parts and flammable gas parts. CEN TS 555
45 CEN TS 555 EN 555: part 7, General requirements In each area where flammable fluids, vapours or gases might escape by leakage, appropriate means must be available to minimize the probability of ignition as well as the resultant hazards if ignition does occur. Compliance shall be shown by analysis or tests.
46 Impact of approved CEN TS on national standards for fire protection Basis for the compilation of EN 555 Legal Basis of the JWG EC Directives Council Directive 968EC of 2 July 1996 on the interoperability of the Trans-European high-speed rail system Directive EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 March 2001 on the interoperability of the Trans-European conventional rail system
47 Impact of approved CEN TS on national standards for fire protection Relationship between EN 555 and TSI Annex ZA (informative) Relationship between this European Standard and the Essential Requirements of EU Directive 968EC of 2 July 1996 on the interoperability of the European high-speed train network.
48 Impact of approved CEN TS on national standards for fire protection Legal Basis- Hierarchy
49 Economic impact of CEN TS 555 on rail operators Balancing cost vs. benefit of CEN TS 555 Kind of material in passenger area Material properties Test methods CEN TS Test methods National Savings test costs % / Savings Sample preparation % / Horizontal downward and upward facing surface Surfaces within cavities; Walls - vertical surfaces Flame spread Rate of heat release Smoke and toxic gas emission EN ISO ISO KW /m 2 EN ISO FTIR EDIN 587; DIN 58 DIN NFP ; NFP92-50 AFNOR UNE 2721 ; UNE 272 UNE UNI 857; UNI 917 UNI BS 685 D8.5; BS76-6 BS EN ISO FTIR DIN NFX10-702; NFX AFNOR NFX10-702; ABD 001 UNE NFX10-702; NFX UNI BS685D; BS685 A2 BS
50 Economic impact of CEN TS 555 on rail operators Balancing cost vs. benefit of CEN TS 555 Kind of material in passenger area Material properties Test methods CEN TS Test methods National Savings test costs % / Savings Sample preparation % / Floor composite interior Flame spread Rate of heat release Smoke and toxic gas emission EN ISO ISO KW /m2 EN ISO FTIR EN ISO 929-1; DIN 58 DIN NFP ; NFP92-50 AFNOR UNE 2721 ; UNE 272 UNE EN ISO 929-1; UNI 857 UNI EN ISO 929-1; BS685 D8. BS EN ISO FTIR DIN NFX10-702; NFX AFNOR NFX10-702; ABD 001 UNE NFX10-702; NFX UNI BS685D; BS685 A2 BS
51 Pre-empting the economic impact of CEN TS 555 on rail operators Balancing cost vs. benefit of CEN TS 555 Kind of material in passenger area Material properties Test methods CEN TS Test methods National Savings Test costs % / Savings Sample preparation % / Passenger seat Ignitability Rate of heat release Smoke and toxic gas emission EN ISO 9705 ISO KW /m2 EN ISO FTIR DIN 51; DIN UIC 56-2 A1 AFOR UIC 56-2 A1 UNE UIC 56-2 A1 ; UNI 9175 UNI BS 5852; BS 685 D 8.5 BS EN ISO FTIR DIN NFX10-702; NFX AFNOR NFX10-702; ABD 001 UNE NFX10-702; NFX UNI BS685D; BS685 A2 BS
52 Economic impact of CEN TS 555 on rail operators Balancing cost vs. benefit of CEN TS 555 Conclusions By using harmonised Railway applications, international accepted test methods and standardised materials for all European countries, the cost savings of test costs and sample preparation for a passenger car homologation is Euro or a reduction of 76% of the actual costs for fire safety material certifications.
53 Economic impact of CEN TS 555 on rail operators Balancing cost vs. benefit of CEN TS 555 Conclusions By using the EN 555 The homologation process according fire safety measures for the different European countries will be more efficient. The laboratories for material test can reduce the test equipment and have a possibility for cost reductions The passengers are assured that they have the same safety against fire impact in trains all over Europe
54 New input for the final standard EN 555 Change from CEN-Standard procedure to a CEN TS Implementation of a special group (JWG/AEIF) for discussion of the standard text Restart of CEN-standard after carry out of CEN TS
55 New input for the final standard EN 555 European Fire safety Standards CEN TS 555 After the negative vote of the majority of the European member states of part 1 and part, the analysis shows, that the following arguments shall be taken into account. Ask for an advisory team containing CEN/CENELEC and AEIF responsibilities Word description of the operation categories in addition with the description of the interfaces to the infrastructure Eliminate the hazard levels Complete revision of part Technical specification The whole technical specification shall be voted completely
56 New input for the final standard EN 555 Guidance from Chairman and secretariat of CEN/TC 256 on new procedure with the JWG documents: work only on the English version until November 06 final versions have to be agreed by the JWG Part 5 is closed as a TS all parts are closed as TS May 2008 positive vote on complete CEN TS 555 start of the implementation stage
57 New input for the final standard EN 555 Open Points : After a resolution 17/0 the standstill is kept as the publication as TC is only an interim step before transformation of the whole series of TC into ENs. Therefore all 7 parts are changed into EN.
58 New input for the final standard EN 555 Open Points (continued) Support and guidance for toxicity testing methods. Checking both the individual and overall parts to achieve optimum security for persons in accordance with technical aspects. Consideration of system approaches for assessments according to Fire safety in Passenger vehicles. Assess the comments of pr TS Produce a transcript giving aid for a proposed end version off CEN TC 256
59 Actual Status All parts of the TS 55 have been accepted by the majority of the European national committees by an official vote. JWG proposed the following activities : -Give an application guide to all 7 parts of the TS 555 -Consider the system aspects for cables according to fire safety in rolling stock -Accreditation of Fire safety laboratories
60 New input for the final standard EN 555 Time frame : Publication from CEN TS 256 Restart of EN (base TS) approximately one year later EN 555 approximately 2010
61 Fire protection of Rolling Stock 2008 Thank you for your attention Jochen Wieschermann
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