BS EN 13450:2013 - Aggregates for railway ballast
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BS EN 13450:2013

Aggregates for railway ballast

Status : Withdrawn   Published : May 2013

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Standard NumberBS EN 13450:2013
TitleAggregates for railway ballast
Publication Date31 May 2013
Withdrawn Date10 January 2014
Cross ReferencesEN 932-1:1996, EN 932-3, EN 933-1, EN 933-3, EN 933-4, EN 1097-1, EN 1097-2, EN 1097-6, EN 1367-1:2007, EN 1367-2:2009, EN 1367-3, EN 1367-6, EN 16236:2013, EN 932-2, EN 932-5
ReplacesBS EN 13450:2002
International RelationshipsEN 13450:2013
DescriptorsAggregates, Ballast (aggregates), Construction materials, Railways, Railway track, Conformity Railway applications
Title in FrenchGranulats pour ballasts de voies ferrées
Title in GermanGesteinskörnungen für Gleisschotter
ISBN978 0 580 77483 6
File Size1.109 MB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as technical changes are required to the document.

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