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What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-13Canadian RegionWorkshops 2015Toronto November 3-4Vancouver November 17-181

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-13What’s New in 2013 Detailed in 2 documents What’s New “Excel” table of changes and noteso Check TSSA website Key items in What’s New “PowerPoint” Changes are from previous 2010 Edition2

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-13 Summary of Changes is explained (Excel/PPoint) more detail/comments in “Excel” table “Excel” includes rationale from Public Review drafts3

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-13PART 1GeneralCanadian Region4

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-131.3 Definitions 29 new definitionsmaintenance procedure;maintenance task;accredited certifying organization;Occupant Evacuation Operation;accrediting body;operation, automatic call;base,building;operation, automatic send;control, mechanical-hydraulic;pallet band;conveyor, vertical reciprocating (VRC); platform, landing;driving machine, traction climbing;records, electronic;elevator, outside emergency;seal, adjustment;elevator discharge level;SIL rated;elevator, wind turbine tower;step band;guide rope fixes;sway control guide;guiding means, ladder;sway control guide suspension means;hard, copy;maintenance control program (MCP); tail line;travel path5maintenance interval;

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-131.3 Definitions 9 updated definitionscontrol, e electric system (E/E/PES);manual reset, escalator and moving walk;material lift;operation, group automatic;safety integral level (SIL);terminal stopping device, final;terminal stopping device, normal;unlocking zone;6

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-13PART 2Electric ElevatorsCanadian Region7

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.2 Pits multiple pit switches shall be wired in series2.3 Location and Guarding of Cwts“no space greater than 500 mm (20 in.) between anyadjacent combination of compensation means, suspensionmeans, counterweight rails and guard(s) that blocks theaccess to the counterweight runway” variety of equipment (rails, ropes, guards) can be usedalert personnel to the cwt runway8

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.4 Vertical Clearances & Runbys for Cars &Cwts Language to enhancing physical properties ofSIGNAGE as related to signs used to convey Topand Bottom car clearance signage- Durable material- Securely fastened9

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.7 Machinery Spaces, Machine Rooms,Control Spaces and Control Rooms2.7.3.1.3“Access to other locations within the building oraccess to machinery and equipment not related toelevators through the machinery space,machine room, control spaces or control roomsshall not be permitted” Language to clearly prohibit passage throughelevator rooms and spaces10

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.7 Machinery Spaces, Machine Rooms,Control Spaces and Control Rooms2.7.3.2.2Passage over roof railing conforming to 2.10.2 add strength requirements to the railing (2.10.2.4)2.7.5.3.5 regarding Access panels to a hoistway clarification of intent permit a lock and contact11

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.10 Guarding of Equipment and StandardRailingsThe top rail shall be located at a verticalheight ofnot less than 1070 mm (42 in.) andnot more than 1095 mm (43 in)from the working surface. add tolerance for the top rail dimension12

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.11 Protection of Hoistway OpeningsRegarding Emergency Doors in Blind Hoistways:Lock and contact requirement have been revisedto read:2.11.1.2 (e) It shall be provided with anelectromechanical device electric contact that willprevent the operation of the driving machine unlessthe door is closed and locked (see 2.26.2.25). still required to be self closing, self locking13

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.11 Protection of Hoistway Openings to recognize designs like TKE freedom sill2.11.5 Entrances and equipment shall not projectinto an elevator hoistway beyond the line of thelanding sill, except for(a) equipment required for interlocking, indicatorand signal devices, and door operating devices,door guiding devices, and door retaining devices14

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.11 Protectionof HoistwayOpenings15

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.11 Protection of Hoistway Openings 2.11.6.3 Revised in its entiretyEgress from the interior of the car to any.landing.shall be unrestricted once the car and hoistwaydoors are open.Additional doors which are not part of the elevator,but provided in lieu of an enclosed lobbydoors to guard against the migration of smokeshall comply with the following:16

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.11 Protection of Hoistway Openings 2.11.6.3 (smoke migration prevention, doors to conform to;)(a) The building code.(b) not interfere with elevator function and operation(c) not interfere with h/w door fire resistance rating andoperation of the hoistway entrance.(d) shall not prevent firefighters from visually observingthe elevator landing (lobby)(e) deployed only when elevator’s FAID is activated.17

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.11 Protection of Hoistway Openings Recognize designs like TKE freedom sill2.11.10.1.4 A horizontal door guiding groove maxwidth of 10 mm shall be permitted .(as shown in previous picture slide)(a) pre-opening shall not be permitted,(b) leveling/re-leveling before groove is revealed(c) where groove is revealed the car shall not re-level(d) edges forming the groove shall be configured toprevent hazards18

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.11 Protection of Hoistway Openings2.11.11.1 Landing sills shall(d) be permitted to include the correspondingmember of a bottom guiding means (see2.11.11.5.7 and 2.11.11.6).2.11.19.3If h/w doors are fire gasketed, then gasketsare now required to list certifying agency19

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.12 Hoistway Door Locking Devices &Electric Contacts & H/W Access Sw’s2.12.5 Restricted Opening of Hoistway orCar Doors Requirements has been moved to 2.14.5.7 Also, no longer applicable to H/W doors20

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.12 Hoistway Door Locking Devices &Electric Contacts & H/W Access Sw’s2.12.7Hoistway access switches shall be Labelled “ACCESS” Marked “UP”, “OFF”, “DOWN”21

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.14 Power Operation of Hoistway Doors andCars Doors2.14.2.1.2 Flame/smoke values were CADified in 2010,now included in 2013 code.2.14.5.7 (relocated requirement from 2.12.5)Relates to Restricted Opening of Car Doors- Applies only to car doors- “Means” shall be an Interlock or meet NEW reqm’ts22

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.14 Power Operation of Hoistway Doors andCars Doors2.14.5.7 Restricted Opening of Car Doors If electrical power required for functioning, then-4” max open, w/o tools from outside if inside unlocking zonedesign not dependant on power to maintain restrictionAuxilliary power for 1 hour (after which, may not function)Monitored auxillary power,audible signal when pwr not OK, 10dB over ambient ( 80dB)Expiration date of auxiliary power Restrictor has new strength requirements23

What’s NewCSA B44-132.14 PowerOperation ofHoistway Doorsand Cars DoorsNote:Change tosize ofunlockingzone forpassengerelevators24

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.15 Car Frames and Platforms2.15.2 Guiding MeansChange to GUIDING means requirements means no longer requires “auxiliary retainers” shall prevent displacement 13mm (0.5”) shall have a factor of safety 525

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.16 Capacity and Loading2.16.3.3 Material & Marking of PlatesWas: shall be of such material and construction .stamped, etched, cast, or otherwise remainpermanently and readily legible.New: shall be metal or durable plastic with 1.6 mm(0.063 in.) minimum thickness.- Securely fastened (resist 15 lb force)- Resist /allow removal of contaminants to ensure26required data not obscured

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.16 Capacity and Loading2.16.3.3 Material & Marking of Plates- Sticky labels (plastic, foil) would not qualify- Requirement is applicable to:- Data Plates (XHEAD Data Plate)- in car Capacity plates- counterweight runby plate- door operator data plate- governor & hoist rope tags- Plunger gripper marking plate27

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.18 Speed Governors2.18.4.1.2 move Overspeed Switch requirement to here Sw to be positively opened (no change)2.18.4.1.3 Note added to clarify “Manual Reset”2.18.4.4 deleted Requirements relocated Clarify that Speed Reducing Sw is manual reset,but not necessarily positively opened28

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.21 Counterweights2.21.1.3 Guiding Meanssame permission as for car guiding means means no longer requires “auxiliary retainers” shall prevent displacement 13mm (0.5”) shall have a factor of safety 529

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.22 Buffers and Bumpers2.22.4.6 Means for Determining Oil Level Permission added to allow transparent sightgauges30

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.25 Terminal Stopping Devices2.25.2 Normal Terminal Stopping Device2.25.4.1 Emergency Terminal Speed-Limiting Device2.25.4.2 Emergency Terminal Stopping Device In all 3 sections permissions added to permit: common mechanical actuating means, common members, and common mounting meanswith additional requirements.31

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-13 A common CAM ispermitted to actuate theNTSD, the NormalStopping Means, and theFinal Terminal StoppingDevice. Monitoring of the Cam(common member that issensed by the NSM andNTSD) is required.Common Member(CAM) Presencedetection nnot req’d)Final32

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.25.4.1.1 Emergency TerminalSpeed-Limiting DeviceBroken Shaft - Mainbrake does not workEmergency brake New requirement to applyapplied when carthe emergency brake iffails to slow downas intendedthe main brake fails toslow the car downCar below governorwhen ETSL actuated.tripping speed andabove bufferstriking speed Both brakes may beapplied but maxdeceleration is 9.81 m/s2.ETSLReduced stroke buffer33

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.25.4.2.2 Emergency Terminal StoppingTape is a commonDevicemember. Switchprovided to detect A common member that isit’s presence.sensed by both the ETSDNormal Terminal Stopping MeansETSD & NTSMis permittedon car Member must be monitored forits presence power removed from the drivingmachine motor and brake whennot detected.34

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.26.1.4.1(d)(1) Levelling speed2.26.1.6.6 Inspection Operation speed2.12.7.3.3 Hoistway Access speedCar speed sensing device to limit the speed to amaximum of 0.75 m/s. In all 3 sections permissions added to permit common mechanical actuating means, common members, and common mounting meanswith additional requirements.35

PROT car speed-sensing device used for the means tolimit the speed to max 0.75 m/s.Cannot be dependent on traction, friction or a flexiblecoupling unless continuously monitored.36

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What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.26 Operating Devices & Control Equipment Option added to permit SIL rated:- Transfer Switch- Bypass Switch- Sway control guide New EPD - Sway control guide (AKA ropefollower guide) slack suspension detectionswitch. Also requires a final travel limitswitch that operates after the car final limit.38

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.26 Operating Devices & Control Equipment New labelling requirements for SIL rateddevices: Devices to have Part Identification. Schematics to have Part Identification, SIL,and Certification Information. Assemblies labelled or tagged with:“Assembly contains SIL Rated Devices. Referto MCP and wiring diagrams prior toperforming work”39

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.1.1.3(f), 2.27.1.1.4(b) Emergency CommPermission to have timed termination of call from thecommunication device in the car. Call can be automatically terminated by the car after 3 minutes minimum and voice announcement sent to authorized personnel and they are provided with 20 seconds to respond. Applies to both a remote &local communication device40including the system used by firefighters.

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.1.1.6(a) and (b)(3) Emergency CommClarified intent of silencing the communicationmonitoring signal provide a meaningful period of quiet. Once the communication loss audible is silenced it isto remain silent for at least 12 hours. Signal check only required once per day.41

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.1.1.6(b)(4) Emergency CommThe alarm signals shall besilenced, extinguished and reset as soon as practicalafter the phone line operability has been restored. The communication line needs to be checked at leastevery 5 minutes once a failure is detected andsilence/clear the alarm once the line is restored.42

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.2.3 Emergency PowerClarifies that the emergency power indicator shall beprovided for each group of elevators and for single carsnot in the group. Where there is more than one group of cars orgroups of cars and single elevators,each group and each single elevatorrequires an emergency power indicator.43

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.2.4.4 Emergency PowerClarifies door operation of elevators with alternatedoors when recalled due to power failure. Permission is provided toopen more than one entrance at the designated levelwhen a car is recalled due to power failure.44

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.3.1.1, 2.27.3.3 Recall and Phase II Sw.Colour of fire recall switch and phase II in-car operationkey switch labeling now prohibitsRed Text on a Red Background. Red Text on a contrasting backgroundor Red Background with contrasting Text45

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.3.1.6 RecallClarifies that any door at the recall level that does nothave an associated “FIRE RECALL” switch is not toopen when the car is recalled. Side/rear entrances may be opened using the in caropen buttons but must initiate reclosing within 15seconds.46

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.3.2.2(a) FAID LocatonsClarifies that only FAIDs located in/at the elevatorlobbies shall cause recall of the associated elevator(s). Wording changed from“each floor” to“each elevator lobby”. Recall by other FAIDs listed in code still required.47

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.3.2.2(c) Pit FAIDs Harmonize with 2.27.3.2.1 ensure that detectors are located in the hoistwaywhen there are sprinklers in the hoistway.48

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.3.3.1(n), 2.27.3.3.2, 2.27.3.3.4New requirements provided for phase II operationwhen elevator is equipped with auxiliary power that canmove the car to a floor. Flash illuminated signal If not at a floor, do not move until a call is entered,then move to closest floor the car can reach. If stopped at a landing, not move until poweravailable (normal, emergency or standby)49

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.4.2Revised non-automatic elevator recall to be consistentwith FAID requirements in 2.27.3.2.2.50

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.27 Emergency Operation & Signal’g Devices2.27.11 Occupant Evacuation Operation Occupant Evacuation Operation added in 2.27.11 various other portions updated with references to2.27.11 where required. OEO is not currently addressed in the OntarioBuilding Code.51

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.29 Identification2.29.1.3 New requirement to number devices-if in the same enclosureto prevent operation of wrong deviceGovernor trip & reset meansDisplay devicesMeans to move the car from outside H/WStop Sw’s & Insp’n operation transfer swBypass sw’sACO/UCM resetEarthquake reset52

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-132.30 Sway Control Guides new section addedsway control guide: a device attached to the car or thecounterweight used to limit the sway of suspensionmeans, compensating means, traveling cables, etc.,to prevent tangling or snagging on other hoistwaycomponents. Not mandatory Section defines electrical and mechanical criteria if provided53

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-13Part 3Hydraulic ElevatorsCanadian Region54

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-133.4 Bottom and Top Clearances and Runbysfor Cars and Counterweights3.4.1.6Language requirement for pit area outside the refugespace updated to include performance requirements.55

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-133.12 Hoistway Door Locking Devices, ElectricContacts and H/W Access Switches3.12.1Language updated to clarify that all of 2.12 isapplicable to hydraulic elevators56

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-133.17 Car Safeties, Cwt Safeties, PlungerGripper and Governors3.17.3.2 Plunger Gripper ActuationClearer language covering the required actuationmeans of the plunger gripper. Hydraulic or electric means permitted.57

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-133.17 Car Safeties, Cwt Safeties, PlungerGripper and Governors3.17.3.2.1 Plunger Gripper Electrical Req’sRestated as a requirement when electrical actuationmeans are used for plunger grippers.3.17.3.2.2 Plunger Gripper TestingAdded section for inspection and test means.Permission provided for electrical inspection and testmeans not to comply with 3.17.3.2.1. eg. No single failure requirements for testing means.58

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-133.17 Car Safeties, Cwt Safeties, PlungerGripper and Governors3.17.3.8New plunger gripper marking plate requirementsraised or depressed letters. Rubber ink stamp or sharpie markings not permitted.59

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-133.18 Hydraulic Jacks3.18.1.2 Suspension Members “Wire ropes” change to “suspension members”. Permission for one rope per jack in three or morejack arrangements removed.60

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-133.18 Hydraulic Jacks3.18.6 Marking of Hydraulic JackRevised cylinder marking requirements,requires raised or depressed lettering. Rubber ink stamp or sharpie markings not permitted. Markings to be on the Jack.61

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-133.19 Valves, Pressure Piping & Fittings3.19.2.5 Pressure Gauge ShutoffPressure gauge shut off means clarified distinguish between a shutoff valve and asmall valve (the means) used to protectthe pressure gauge.62

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-133.19 Valves, Pressure Piping & Fittings3.19.2.8 PipingNew piping protection requirements added. Piping outside the machine room and hoistway tobe protected from external damage. Piping underground outside the building containingthe machine room or hoistway requires a carsafety, or an overspeed valve or a plunger gripper.63

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-133.19 Valves, Pressure Piping & Fittings3.19.4.6.3 Valve Coil DataNew requirement for electrical coil data. Electric coil data is to be markedon each individual coil rather than on the valve body.64

What’s New inASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-133.24 Hydraulic Machines and Tanks3.24.1.1Hydr

ASME A17.1-2013 / CSA B44-13 2.25.4.1.1 Emergency Terminal Speed-Limiting Device New requirement to apply the emergency brake if the main brake fails to slow the car down when ETSL actuated. Both brakes may be applied but max deceleration is 9.81 m/s2. Reduced stroke buffer ETSL Broken Shaft - Main brake does not work Emergency brake applied when car fails to slow down as intended Car below .

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