AS/NZS 3809:1998 pdf free

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AS/NZS 3809:1998 pdf free.Safes and strongrooms.Here is part of details:
The tool coefficient relates to the Physical effects of using the tools, the amount of heat, smoke, noise and flame associated with using those tools. The tool coefficient is concerned with the logistics of mounting an attack.
The net working time is the time during which an attack is actively in progress. It does not include test preparation time, safety precautions and delays.
The basic value represents problems in obtaining, transporting, using and operating the relevant tool at the site in question and the necessary knowledge and experience for its efficient use.
AS/NZS 3809 specifics performance requirements and procedures for testing secure storage units of the type intended for use in commercial, industrial, mercantile, financial and insurance institutions, and the like, and that arc relied upon to protect the contents from intrusion and forced removal. The secure storage units include free-standing safes, built-in safes (floor and wall). strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without a door). This Standard excludes electronic packages (other than electronic locks) and other devices that may be attached to the secure storage unit or vault.
These requirements are intended to establish the resistance to forced removal and intrusion resistant rating of secure storage units according to attack by prescribed tools. This Standard does not cover tests for fire resistance.
I Examples of how to determine resistance values are given in Appendix A.
2 Information on how to determine time from a resistance value once the attack tools are known are given in Appendix B.
3 Alternative methods for determining compliance with this Standard are given in Appendix C.
2 APPLICATION This Standard is intended for use when verifying or determining the resistance grade of a secure storage unit. The resistance grade can also be used to assist in determining the extent or requirements of other security features of the premises with the proviso that, depending upon the criminal, the conditions at the place of the crime and the availability of tools, considerably longer times are likely to occur in real burglary attacks than in a test.
4 DEFINITIONS For the purpose of this Standard the following definitions apply:
4.1 Basic value—a number allocated to a specific tool and expressed in resistance units (4.1 1).
NOTE: The basic value represents problems in obtaining, transporting, using and operating the relevant tool at the site in question and the necessary knowledge and experience for its efficient use.
4.2 Boltwork—the mechanism by which a closed door is secured such that until it is retracted or withdrawn the door cannot be opened.
4.3 Complete access—hole of sufficient size for passage through the wall or door of a rigid test block (as specified in Clause 8.4) to the interior of the sample unit; alternatively—
(a) the removal of a door; or
(b) the opening of a door to a clear width of 300 mm over at least 80% of the inside height.
4.4 Lock—device able to recognize a coded input and which performs a blocking function on the boitwork or the door.
4.5 Locking mechanism the totality of locks and boitwork.AS/NZS 3809 pdf download.

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