This British Standard is the official English language version of. EN Together wi th BS EN i t supersedes. BS EN l which. BS EN BRITISH STANDARDOffshore containers and associated lifting sets — Part 1: Offshore containers — Design, manufacture. CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this European.
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Together with BS EN A list of organizations represented on this committee can be obtained on request to its secretary. This publication does not purport to include all the necessary provisions of a contract. Users are responsible for its correct application. Compliance with a British Standard does not of itself confer immunity from legal obligations.
Summary of pagesThis document comprises a front cover, an inside front cover, the EN title page, pages 2 to 34, an inside back cover and a back cover. The BSI copyright notice displayed in this document indicates when the document was last issued.
This British Standard was Amendments issued since publicationpublished under the authority of the Standards Policy and Amd.
Conception, construction et marquageTeil 1: Up-to-date lists and bibliographical 112079-1 concerning such nationalstandards may be obtained on application to the 12079- Secretariat or to any CEN member.
A version in any other language made by translationunder the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the Central Secretariat has the same status as the officialversions.
Eworldwide for CEN national Members. This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by Octoberand conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by October This document, together with EN This 21079-1 of EN specifies only transport related requirements.
Other parts of the standard are: ENOffshore containers and associated lifting sets – Part 2: Lifting sets — Design, manufacture and marking ENOffshore containers and associated lifting sets – Part 3: Periodic inspection, examination and testing 2 Normative references The following be documents are indispensable for the application of this European Standard.
For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document including any amendments applies. ENQualification test of welders — Fusion welding — Part 1: General principles ENNon-destructive examination of fusion welds — Visual examination WnNon-destructive examination of welds – Penetrant testing of welds – Acceptance levels ENNon-destructive examination of welds – Magnetic particle examination of welds ENNon-destructive examination of welds – Magnetic particle testing of welds – Acceptance levels ENNon-destructive examination of welds – Radiographic examination of welded joints RnNon-destructive examination of welds – Ultrasonic examination of welded joints – Acceptance levels ENNon-destructive examination of welds – Ultrasonic examination of welded joints ENMetallic materials — Tensile testing — Part 1: Method of test at ambient temperature ENHot rolled products of structural steels – Part 1: General technical bx conditions ENHot rolled products of structural steels – Part 2: Technical delivery conditions for non-alloy structural steels ENHot rolled products of structural steels – Part 3: Technical delivery conditions for thermomechanical rolled weldable fine grain structural steels ENMetallic materials — Charpy impact test — Part 1: Test method ENSteel products with improved deformation properties perpendicular 12079- the surface of the product – Technical delivery conditions ENMetallic products — Types of inspection documents ENHot finished structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain structural steels – Part bz Technical delivery requirements ENB formed welded structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain steels – Part 1: Technical delivery requirements ENOpen die steel forgings for general engineering purposes — Part 2: Non-alloy quality and special steels ENOpen die steel forgings for general engineering purposes — Part 3: Alloy special steels ENNon-destructive testing of welds – Part 1: Evaluation of welded joints in steel, nickel, titanium and their alloys by radiography – Acceptance levels EN 10279-1, Arc-welded joints in aluminium and its weldable alloys – Guidance on quality levels for imperfections ISO Aluminium and aluminium alloys ISO Arc welding ISO Arc and gas welding of steels and arc welding of nickel and nickel alloys ISO Arc welding of aluminium and its alloys ISO General cargo containers for general purposes 5 EN Tank containers for liquids, gases and pressurized dry bulk ISOSeries 1 freight containers — Specification and testing — Part 4: NOTE The unit incorporates permanently installed equipment for lifting and handling and may include equipment for filling, emptying, cooling, heating, etc.
Offshore containers are bbs into 3 categories: A container for the transport of em cargo e. In addition to the pad eyes 122079-1 the lifting set, these containers may have side mounted lugs suitable for use with the lifting equipment mounted on a skip lift vehicle.
NOTE This may include, e. Primary structure is divided into two subgroups: Side and roof panels, including corrugated panels, are not considered to be part of the primary structure 3.
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NOTE Not all container walls are corrugated. It may either be fabricated especially for type testing or selected at random from a production series 3. Where design requirements are based on the gravitational forces derived from these values, those forces are indicated thus: Rg, Tg and Pg the units of which are in newtons or multiples thereof.
T design air temperature, i. NOTE Local impacts, e. For dedicated purpose containers e. Protruding parts doors handles, hatch cleats, etc.
Only the primary structure shall be considered rn the design calculations; however, on certain types of containers, e. NOTE 1 For containers with exposed aluminium, the danger of sparks caused by the impact of aluminium against corroded steel the thermite reaction should be taken into account.
NOTE 2 When preparing the specification for a service container, it is advised that the rating is chosen higher than the estimated fitted out mass, i. This will allow for changes in the amount and mass of equipment fitted in a container during its operational life, and it may bd be useful to be able to carry a certain amount of non-permanent equipment.
NOTE 3 For containers with special features, additional design requirements may apply.
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See informative Annex for guidance. The 120791- load shall be taken as 2,5 R – T g evenly distributed over the container floor. For tank containers, the actual distribution of the tare mass shall be used for the calculations. Pad eyes shall be designed for a total vertical force of 3 Rg.
The force shall be considered to be evenly distributed between n – 1 pad eyes where n is the actual number of pad eyes. To determine the resulting sling force on the pad eyes, the sling angle shall be taken into account, so that the resulting sling force on each pad eye is calculated as 21079-1 For containers with only one pad eye, that pad eye shall be designed for a ns vertical force of 5 Rg. NOTE Containers without a roof may have insufficient strength and stiffness to pass the 2 point lifting test 7.
In order to avoid building prototypes that will not pass the test, the ability of an open top container to withstand the load occurring in the 2-point lifting test should be checked by a suitable calculation method.
In these calculations, the nominal yield stress of the material should not be exceeded. These calculations do not replace 120791 prototype testing.
Ideally, dynamic calculations or tests should be carried out to verify the ability of a container to withstand such loads. However, for most applications it shall be sufficient to carry out simplified static calculations as specified in 5.
When simplified calculations are used, and each beam is considered separately, any assumptions concerning support conditions shall be stated. This force may act in any horizontal direction on the corner post. On all other frame members in the sides the load may be considered as acting at right angles to the side. The calculated static equivalent stresses due to impact shall be combined with the lifting stresses resulting from static lifting forces Rg.
Equivalent stresses shall not exceed: For container posts and side rails of the bottom structure: In addition, the side rails and end rails in the base shall be able to withstand vertical point forces of 0,25 Rg at the centre span. If the deck is at an angle, the first impact will be on a corner.
Such impact forces cannot be readily simulated by static forces. As dynamic calculations would be very complex, it is usually sufficient to verify the strength by a vertical impact test as described in 7. NOTE The thicknesses may have to be increased beyond these values to take account of special considerations such as rating, design, corrosion allowances, the need for impact tests of the material, etc.
For other primary structure, the use of fillet welds shall be justified by design appraisal including calculations and consideration of failure modes. Locking devices shall be secure against opening of the doors during transport and lifting.
Double doors shall have at least one such locking device on each door, locking directly to the top and bottom frame. Locking arrangements shall be protected to prevent dislodgement by impact. Hinges shall be protected against damage from impact loads.
Doors shall be capable of being secured in the open position. If weathertightness is required, the doors shall be equipped with seals. When intermediate cargo decks are designed to support other than half the total payload, the design requirement shall be calculated accordingly. Each shall be designed to withstand a force of at least 10 kN. NOTE 1 A minimum of 12 is recommended. NOTE 2 Hinge type lashing points are preferred.
NOTE 1 Special requirements apply for fork pockets on tank containers for dangerous cargoes, see 5. NOTE 2 The bottom face of the pocket may be fully closed but it is recommended that openings be provided to facilitate maintenance and to minimize the risk of loose items being retained in the pockets which could subsequently fall out during lifting operations.
These openings should be dimensioned and positioned so as to 13 EN The minimum internal dimensions of the forklift pockets shall be mm x 90 mm.
Forklift pockets shall be located such that the container is stable during handling and driving with forklift truck.