BS EN 15274:2007 - General purpose adhesives for structural assembly. Requirements and test methods

BS EN 15274:2007

General purpose adhesives for structural assembly. Requirements and test methods

Status : Revised, Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : November 2007 Replaced By : BS EN 15274:2015

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This European Standard specifies requirements for adhesives intended for use in the creation and general assembly of load-bearing, structural elements used in civil engineering works and the construction of buildings. Other than the exceptions stated, it embraces all combinations of bonded materials, used to create or repair load-bearing elements. It covers individual adhesives and special purpose kits comprising various combinations of adhesive types and components. It includes test methods and methods of assessment. The performance requirements in this standard may not be applicable to highly specialised applications in extreme environmental conditions, e.g. cryogenic use, nor do they cover specialised circumstances such as accidental impact, e.g. due to traffic or ice, or earthquake loading where specific performance requirements will apply. The intended use is for internal and external construction elements and those cladding and covering elements (excluding ceramic tiles) specifically required, by regulatory authorities, to provide protection from fire in identified building zones, including escape routes. It does not cover: Prefabricated, bonded structural components. Concrete bonded either to itself or steel or a material based on carbon fibre. Wood, when bonded to itself to form a timber based, laminated beam [of the type known as a ‘ Glulam’ beam] intended for use as a major structural, load bearing element. Thermoplastics [e.g. polyethylene, polypropylene, polyamide and fluorinated polymers in general] unless they have been specifically prepared [usually a specialised oxidative process] for bonded assembly on site. Co-axial metallic assemblies comprising fasteners- threaded and otherwise, pipes and tubes. Glass assemblies in structural glazing applications made using silicone adhesives. Those structural elements that are permanently immersed in water.

Standard NumberBS EN 15274:2007
TitleGeneral purpose adhesives for structural assembly. Requirements and test methods
StatusRevised, Superseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 November 2007
Withdrawn Date30 April 2015
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN ISO 15605, ISO 11909:2007, EN ISO 11339, EN ISO 527-3, EN 1465, EN 12092, EN 1067, EN 1877-2, ISO 4587:1979, ISO 527-2:1993, EN 923:2005, EN 13999-3, EN 14022, EN 13999-2, ISO 9664:1993, ISO 15109:1998, EN 1504-8, EN ISO 75-3, EN 1877-1, ISO 527-2:1993/Corrigendum 1:1994, EN ISO 527-2, EN 13999-1, ISO 75-3:2004, ISO 9142:2003, ISO 14896:2000, EN ISO 9664, EN ISO 11909, ISO 11339:2003, EN 1242, ISO 15605:2000, EN ISO 14896, ISO 527-3:1995, EN 13999-4, EN ISO 9142, EN 15336
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 6721-2:1994, EN ISO 178, ISO 6721-2:1994/Technical Corrigendum 1:1995, CEN/TR 14548, 89/106/EEC, ISO 11343:2003, EN ISO 6721-2, EN ISO 11343, 93/68/EEC, ISO 178:2001
Replaced ByBS EN 15274:2015
International RelationshipsEN 15274:2007
Draft Superseded By05/30135769 DC
DescriptorsJoining materials, Approval testing, Adhesive strength, Construction systems parts, Quality control, Adhesives, Bonding, Structures, Conformity
Title in FrenchAdhésifs structuraux pour applications générales. Exigences et méthodes d'essai
Title in GermanKlebstoffe für allgemeine Anwendungen in strukturellen Klebverbunden. Anforderungen und Prüfverfahren
ISBN978 0 580 55518 3
File Size373 KB

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