BS EN 12258-3:2003 - Aluminium and aluminium alloys. Terms and definitions. Scrap

BS EN 12258-3:2003

Aluminium and aluminium alloys. Terms and definitions. Scrap

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : September 2003



This part of EN 302 specifies a method for determining the resistance to delamination of bonded joints. It is suitable for the following applications: a) for assessing the compliance of adhesives with prEN 301; b) for assessing the suitability and quality of adhesives for load-bearing timber structures; c) for comparing the effects on the bond strength resulting from the choice of bonding conditions, from different climatic conditioning and from the treatment of the test pieces before and after bonding. This test is intended primarily to obtain performance data for the classification of adhesives for load-bearing timber structures according to their suitability for use in defined climatic environments. This method is not intended for use to provide numerical design data and does not necessarily represent the performance of the bonded member in service. It is not intended to be used to assess the suitability of adhesives for the manufacture of wood-based panels.

Standard NumberBS EN 12258-3:2003
TitleAluminium and aluminium alloys. Terms and definitions. Scrap
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date09 September 2003
Confirm Date19 June 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 12258-3:2003
DescriptorsDefinitions, Recycling, Electric conductors, Grades (quality), Terminology, Vocabulary, Aluminium alloys, Aluminium, Metal scrap, Waste handling
Title in FrenchAluminium et alliages d'aluminium. Termes et definitions. Scrap (matieres premieres pour recyclage)
Title in GermanAluminium und Aluminiumlegierungen. Begriffe. Schrott
ISBN0 580 42602 5
File Size164 KB

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