BS EN 15115:2006 - Textile floor coverings. Determination of sensitivity to spilled water

BS EN 15115:2006

Textile floor coverings. Determination of sensitivity to spilled water

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : February 2007

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This European Standard specifies a method to determine the sensitivity of a textile floor covering for change in colour or structure after water has been spilled on the surface. This change can be due to a real colour change or to a migration and concentration of chemicals from pre-coat or backing during the drying process. This concentration of chemicals on a part of the surface is one of the major causes of accelerated uneven soiling of textile floor covering.




Standard NumberBS EN 15115:2006
TitleTextile floor coverings. Determination of sensitivity to spilled water
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date28 February 2007
Confirm Date01 June 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 3696:1987, ISO 1957, EN 1471, EN ISO 139, EN 20105-A02, ISO 139:2005, ISO 105-A02:1993, EN ISO 3696
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN ISO 105-A01, ISO 105-A01:1994
International RelationshipsEN 15115:2006
Draft Superseded By04/30085868 DC
DescriptorsTextile floor coverings, Carpets, Migration (chemical), Floor coverings, Sensitivity, Water, Colour-fastness tests, Water-resistance tests, Test specimens, Textile testing
ICS97.150
Title in FrenchRevêtements de sol textiles. Détermination de la sensibilité aux taches d'eau
Title in GermanTextile Bodenbeläge. Bestimmung der Wasserfleckenempfindlichkeit
CommitteePRI/3
ISBN978 0 580 50242 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages10
File Size203 KB
Price£110.00


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