BS EN 1279-2:2002 - Glass in building. Insulating glass units. Long term test method and requirements for moisture penetration – BSI British Standards
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BS EN 1279-2:2002

Glass in building. Insulating glass units. Long term test method and requirements for moisture penetration

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : January 2003 Replaced By : BS EN 1279-2:2018

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BS EN 1279-2:2002 specifies requirements for moisture penetration and the long term test method for insulating glass units and ensures by means of an adequate evaluation of conformity to this standard that over time:

  • Energy savings are made because the U-value and solar factor do not change significantly
  • Health is preserved because sound reduction and vision do not change significantly
  • Safety is provided because mechanical resistance does not change significantly.

It covers additional characteristics that are of importance for trade. Marking conditions are included. For glass products with electrical wiring or connections for e.g. alarm or heating purposes, this standard covers only wiring subject for electrical potential difference to earth less than 50 V a.c. or less than 75 V d.c.

The main intended uses of the insulating glass units are installations in buildings and constructions such as in windows, doors, curtain walling, roofs and partitions where there exists protection against direct ultraviolet radiation at the edges.




Standard NumberBS EN 1279-2:2002
TitleGlass in building. Insulating glass units. Long term test method and requirements for moisture penetration
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date08 January 2003
Withdrawn Date30 July 2018
Cross ReferencesEN 1279-6, EN ISO 9001, ISO 9001:2000, EN 572-1, EN 572-2, prEN 1279-1:1998, EN 1279-3, EN 1279-4, ISO 760
Replaced ByBS EN 1279-2:2018
International RelationshipsEN 1279-2:2002
Draft Superseded By97/100559 DC
DescriptorsThermal insulation, Glass, Moisture control, Buildings, Long-term, Performance, Moisture, Thermal insulating materials, Glazing, Construction systems parts, Construction materials
ICS81.040.20
91.100.99
Title in FrenchVerre dans la construction. Vitrage isolant prefabrique scelle. Methode d'essai de longue duree et exigences en matiere de penetration d'humidite
Title in GermanGlas im Bauwesen. Mehrscheiben-Isolierglas. Langzeitpruefverfahren und Anforderungen bezueglich Feuchtigkeitsaufnahme
CommitteeB/520
ISBN0 580 41079 X
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages32
File Size511.6 KB
Price£176.00


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