BS EN 14889-2:2006 - Fibres for concrete. Polymer fibres. Definitions, specifications and conformity
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BS EN 14889-2:2006

Fibres for concrete. Polymer fibres. Definitions, specifications and conformity

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : September 2006



This Part 2 of EN 14889 specifies requirements for polymer fibres for structural or non-structural use in concrete, mortar and grout. NOTE Structural use of fibres is where the addition of fibres is designed to contribute to the load bearing capacity of a concrete element. This standard covers fibres intended for use in all types of concrete and mortar, including sprayed concrete, flooring, precast, in-situ and repair concretes.

Standard NumberBS EN 14889-2:2006
TitleFibres for concrete. Polymer fibres. Definitions, specifications and conformity
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date29 September 2006
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 2062:1993, prEN 14845-1, EN 13392, EN 10002-1, EN 12350-3, EN 14845-2, EN ISO 2062, ISO 11357-3
Informative References(Provided for Information)99/469/EC, 93/68/EEC, 01/596/EC, EN ISO 9001, 89/106/EEC, ISO 9001:2000
International RelationshipsEN 14889-2:2006
Draft Superseded By04/30110333 DC
DescriptorsConcretes, Mortars, Fibres, Strength of materials, Fibre-reinforced concrete, Test methods, Dimensions, Reinforced concrete, Polymers, Reinforcing materials, Mechanical properties of materials, Grouting, Conformity, Quality control
Title in FrenchFibres pour beton. Fibres polymere. Definition, specifications et conformite
Title in GermanFasern fuer Beton. Polymerfasern. Begriffe, Festlegungen und Konformitaet
ISBN0 580 49305 9
File Size477 KB

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