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  • Classification of lever handles in compliance with EN 1906:2002, EN 1906:2010 and EN 1906:2012-12

    Lever handles are divided into four categories of use in these standards.

    The requirements are classified using an 8-digit designation system.

    The products are classified in accordance with the 2002, 2010 and 2012-12 keys.

    Deviating definitions can be identified by the issue date.

    8-digit classification key in accordance with EN 1906:2002, EN 1906:2010 and EN 1906:2012-12

    Position

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    EN 1906:2002

    Category of use

    Durability

    Door weight

    Fire resistance*

    Security

    Corrosion resistance

    Forced entry resistance

    Version

    EN 1906:2010

    Category of use

    Durability

    Burglar protection

    EN 1906:2012-12

    Durability

    Meaning of individual positions in classification key:

    Position

    Possible grades

    Meaning

    1

    2002: Category of use

    2010, 2012-12: Category of use

    1 – 4

    1 =

    2002, 2010: Moderate usage frequency by persons who are inclined to take the utmost care and are unlikely to use the fittings incorrectly, e.g. interior doors in residential buildings

    2012-12: Moderate usage frequency by persons who are inclined to take the utmost care and are unlikely to use the fittings incorrectly, e.g. interior doors in living rooms

    2 =

    2002, 2010: Moderate usage frequency by persons who are inclined to take (2002:: "the utmost") care but may possibly use the fittings incorrectly, e.g. interior doors in office buildings

    2012-12: Moderate usage frequency by persons who are inclined to take the utmost care but may use the fittings incorrectly, e.g. interior doors in office buildings

    3 =2002, 2010: Frequent use by the public or other persons who are not inclined to take care and are extremely likely to use the fittings incorrectly, e.g. doors in office buildings with public traffic2012-12: Frequent use by the public or other persons who are not inclined to take care and are extremely likely to use the fittings incorrectly, e.g. doors in office buildings with public traffic
    4 =

    For use on doors that are frequently subjected to applied force or property damage,

    2002, 2010: for example football stadiums, oil platforms, military bases or public toilets

    2012-12: for example football stadiums, offshore facilities (oil platforms), military bases, public toilets, etc.

    2

    2002, 2012-12: Durability

    2010: Durability

    6 – 7

    6 =

    2002, 2010: Moderate usage frequency: 100,000 test cycles,

    2012: Moderate usage frequency: 100,000 test cycles

    7 =

    2002, 2010: Frequent use: 200,000 test cycles,

    2012-12: High usage frequency: 200,000 test cycles

    3

    Door weight

    No classification

    4

    2002: Fire resistance

    0 – 1

    0 =

    2002: Not permitted for use on fire resistant/smoke control doors2010 and 2012-12: No classification

    1 =

    2002: Suitable for use on fire resistant/smoke control doors

    2010: Fire resistance

    0, A, B, C

    A =

    2010, 2012-12: Suitable for use on smoke control doors

    A1 =

    2012-12: Suitable for use on smoke control doors, 200,000 test cycles completed with test door

    2012-12: Fire resistance*

    0, A, A1, B, B1, C, C1, D, D1

    B =

    2010, 2012-12: Suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors

    B1=

    2012-12: Suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors, 200,000 test cycles completed with test door

    C=

    2010: Suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors with requirements on a lever handle core

    2012-12: Suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors with requirements on intumescent pads in backplate, roses and escutcheons

    C1=

    2012-12: Suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors with requirements on intumescent pads in backplate, roses and escutcheons, 200,000 test cycles completed with test door

    D=

    2012-12: Suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors with requirements on a special lever handle core in lever handle/turn knob

    D1 =

    2012-12: Suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors with requirements on a special lever handle core in lever handle/turn knob, 200,000 test cycles completed with test door

    5

    Security

    0 – 1

    0 =

    2002, 2010: For standard purposes, 2012-12: Normal use

    1 =

    2002, 2010: For applications with safety requirements, 2012-12: Safety requirements

    6

    Corrosion resistance

    0 – 5

    0 =

    2002: No defined corrosion resistance,

    2010 and 2012-12: No classification

    1 =

    Low corrosion resistance

    2 =

    2002: Medium corrosion resistance,

    2010, 2012-12: Moderate corrosion resistance

    3 =

    High corrosion resistance

    4 =

    Very high corrosion resistance

    5 =

    2002: Extraordinarily high corrosion resistance,

    2010, 2012-12: Extremely high corrosion resistance

    7

    2002: Forced entry resistance

    2010, 2012-12:burglar protection

    0 – 4

    0 =

    2002: Fittings, that are not suitable for use on forced entry resistant doors,

    2010, 2012-12: No classification

    1 =

    Low forced entry resistance

    2 =

    Moderate forced entry resistance

    3 =

    High forced entry resistance

    4 =

    Extremely high forced entry resistance

    8

    Version

    A, B or U

    Type A =

    Fittings with spring-loaded support

    Type B =

    2002: Fittings with sets with pre-tensioned spring,

    2010: Fitting with spring-loaded support

    2012-12: Fitting with pre-tensioned spring

    Type U =

    2002: Fittings without sets with pre-tensioned spring,

    2010, 2012-12: Fitting without spring system

    * The proven fire resistant properties can be found in the relevant report

    Classification of security door handles in compliance with DIN 18257 and DIN 18273

    DIN 18257 and EN 1906:2012-12: Comparison and requirements of security door handles

    Protection class in compliance with DIN 18257

    ES0

    ES1

    ES2

    ES3

    Burglar protectionclass in compliance with EN 1906:2012-12 (7th digit)

    Protection class 1 (grade 1)Low forced entry resistance

    Protection class 2 (grade 2)Moderateforced entry resistance

    Protection class 3 (grade 3)Highforced entry resistance

    Protection class 4 (grade 4)Extremely highforced entry resistance

    Strength test of backplate

    7 kNpermitted deformation≤5 mm

    10 kNpermitted deformation≤5 mm

    15 kNpermitted deformation≤5 mm

    20 kNpermitted deformation≤5 mm

    Strength test of fixing elements(one-sided tensile load) with wooden panel underlay

    10 kNpermitted deformation≤2 mm

    15 kNpermitted deformation≤2 mm

    20 kNpermitted deformation≤2 mm

    30 kN

    permitted deformation≤2 mm

    Drilling protection test of external backplate (hardness or drilling test)

    No requirement

    ES1: 60 HRC1 in bolt stamp area or30 sec./200 N

    SK2: 60 HRC1 or 30 sec./200 N

    ES2: 60 HRC1 in bolt stamp area or3 min./200 N

    SK3: 60 HRC1 or 3 min./200 N

    ES3: 6 HRC1 in bolt stamp area or5 min./300 N

    SK4: 60 HRC1 or 5 min./300 N

    Chisel resistance test (pendulum test) (one-sided tensile load)

    No requirement

    3 impacts in pre-defined positions

    6 impacts in pre-defined positions

    12 impacts in pre-defined positions

    Strength test of cylinder cover (if fitted)

    No

    10 kN

    15 kN

    20 kN

    1 Rockwell hardness test

    DIN 18273: Door handle sets for fire resistant and smoke control doors

    Abbreviations are used for designation of fire resistant and smoke control doors:

    Abbreviation

    Designation

    FS

    Door handle set for fire resistant and smoke control doors

    RD

    Door handle set for smoke control doors

    Door handle sets in compliance with this standard must meet the requirements of the DIN EN 1906 classification listed in the table below:

    Position

    request

    1

    Category of use

    Minimum grade 3

    2

    durability

    Grade 7 (200,000 test cycles)

    3

    Door weight

    No requirement

    4

    Fire resistance

    Class A1, B1, D1

    5

    Security

    No requirement

    6

    Corrosion resistance

    Minimum grade 2

    7

    Burglar protection

    No requirement

    8

    Version

    No requirement

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