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    EN 13813:2002 Screed material and floor screeds - Screed material - Properties and requirements Read more +

  • It defines for fresh screed material the performance related to working time, consistency, pH value and for hardened screed material, compressive strength, flexural strength, wear resistance, surface hardness, resistance to uindentation, resistance to rolling wheel, shrinkage and swelling, modulus of elasticity and bond strength. It provides for the evaluation of conformity of the product to this draft European standard. The marking requirements for products covered by this draft European standard are included. This standard covers screed materials as defined in prEN 13318.

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    EN 13318:2000 Screed material and floor screeds Read more +

  • This European Standard defines terms, which are used in the production and application of screed material and floor screeds. The terms are valid for all standards prepared by TC 303.

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    EN ISO 13370:2017 Thermal performance of buildings - Heat transfer via the ground - Calculation methods Read more +

  • This standard provides methods of calculation of heat transfer coefficients and heat flow rates for building elements in thermal contact with the ground, including slab‐on‐ground floors, suspended floors and basements. It applies to building elements, or parts of them, below a horizontal plane in the bounding walls of the building situated - at the level of the inside floor surface, for slab‐on‐ground floors, suspended floors and unheated basements; NOTE 1 In some cases, external dimension systems define the boundary at the lower surface of the floor slab. - at the level of the external ground surface, for heated basements. ISO 13370:2017 includes calculation of the steady‐state part of the heat transfer (the annual average rate of heat flow) and the part due to annual periodic variations in temperature (the seasonal variations of the heat flow rate about the annual average). These seasonal variations are obtained on a monthly basis and, except for the application to dynamic simulation programmes in Annex D, ISO 13370:2017 does not apply to shorter periods of time. NOTE 2 Table 1 in the Introduction shows the relative position of ISO 13370:2017 within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in ISO 52000-1.

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    EN 14063-1:2004 Thermal insulation products for buildings - In-situ formed expanded clay lightweight aggregate products - Part 1: specification for the loose-fill products before installation Read more +

  • This European Standard specifies the requirements for loose-fill expanded clay lightweight aggregate products for in-situ installation in roofs, ceilings, floors and ground floors. This Part 1 of the standard is a specification for the insulation products before installation. This Part 1 of the standard also describes the product characteristics and includes procedures for testing, marking and labelling. This standard does not specify the required level of a given property to be achieved by a product to demonstrate fitness for purpose in a particular application. The levels required for a given application are to be found in regulations or non-conflicting standards. This standard does not specify performance requirements for airborne sound insulation and for acoustic absorption applications.

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    EN 14063-2:2013 Thermal insulation products for buildings - In-situ formed expanded clay lightweight aggregate products - Part 2: Specification for the installed products Read more +

  • This European Standard specifies the requirements for loose-fill expanded clay lightweight aggregate (LWA) products installed in roofs, ceilings, floors and ground floors. This Part 2 is a specification for the installed product. Part 2 of this European Standard describes, when taken together with Part 1, the product characteristics that are linked to the essential requirements of the EU Construction Products Directive. Part 2 also specifies the checks and tests to be used for the declarations made by the installer of the product. Part 2 of this European Standard does not specify the required level of a given property to be achieved by a product to demonstrate fitness for purpose in a particular application. The levels required for a given application are to be found in national regulations or non conflicting standards. This European Standard does not cover factory made expanded clay lightweight aggregate products or in-situ products intended to be used for the insulation of building equipment and industrial installations. This European Standard does not specify performance requirements for airborne sound insulation and for acoustic absorption applications

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