BS EN 14178-2:2004 - Glass in building. Basic alkaline earth silicate glass products. Evaluation of conformity/Product standard

BS EN 14178-2:2004

Glass in building. Basic alkaline earth silicate glass products. Evaluation of conformity/Product standard

Status : Current, Under review   Published : October 2004

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This document covers the evaluation of conformity and the factory production control of basic alkaline earth silicate glass products for use in buildings. Note: For glass products with electrical wiring or connections for, e.g. alarm or heating purposes, other directives, e.g. Low Voltage Directive, may apply.




Standard NumberBS EN 14178-2:2004
TitleGlass in building. Basic alkaline earth silicate glass products. Evaluation of conformity/Product standard
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date20 October 2004
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 13541, EN 12600, EN 673, ENV 1187, EN 12898, EN 1063, prEN 13501-5, prEN 13474, EN 410, EN 12758, EN 13501-2, EN 356:1999, EN 14178-1:2004, EN 13501-1:2018
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 357, EN ISO 9001, ISO 9001:2000
International RelationshipsEN 14178-2:2004
Draft Superseded By01/105399 DC
DescriptorsDurability, Quality control, Type testing, Buildings, Silicates, Conformity, Quality assurance systems, Construction materials, Properties, Glass, Alkaline earth metals
ICS81.040.20
Title in FrenchVerre dans la construction. Produits verriers de silicate alcalinoterreux de base. Evaluation de la conformite
Title in GermanGlas im Bauwesen. Basiserzeugnisse aus Erdalkali- Silicatglas. Konformitaetsbewertung/Produktnorm
CommitteeB/520
ISBN0 580 44633 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages34
File Size506 KB
Price£214.00


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