BS 5808:1991 - Specification for underlays for textile floor coverings

BS 5808:1991

Specification for underlays for textile floor coverings

Status : Withdrawn   Published : March 1991 Replaced By : BS EN 14499:2004

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Basic performance requirements for fibrous, non-fibrous and combined underlays, together with classification criteria for five categories of use.




Standard NumberBS 5808:1991
TitleSpecification for underlays for textile floor coverings
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date29 March 1991
Confirm Date01 January 2011
Withdrawn Date10 December 2018
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
Replaced ByBS EN 14499:2004
ReplacesBS 5808:1979
Amended ByAMD 15385
DescriptorsPerformance, Dimensional changes, Textile testing, Folding, Cracking, Classification systems, Breaking load, Underlays, Thickness, Floor coverings, Bend testing, Elongation, Splitting tests, Textile floor coverings, Grades (quality), Dynamic loading, Static loading, Marking
ICS97.150
Title in FrenchSous-couches des revêtements de sol textiles. Spécifications
Title in GermanUnterlagen fuer textile Fussbodenbelaege
CommitteePRI/3
ISBN0 580 19366 7
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages12
File Size228 KB
NotesThis standard is proposed for withdrawal. This standard has effectively been replaced by BS EN 14499:2004, the information (classification scheme) of BS 5808 is contained within this standard. BS EN 14499:2004 is now revised by BS EN 14499:2015.
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