BS EN 15318:2007 - Design and application of gypsum blocks

BS EN 15318:2007

Design and application of gypsum blocks

Status : Current, Under review   Published : October 2007



This European Standard defines the rules for the design of gypsum blocks as specified in EN 12859, assembled with adhesives as specified in EN 12860. Accessory products are also defined in this document. It is applicable to non-loadbearing partition walls and internal insulation of walls in rooms of residential buildings, offices, hospitals, schools etc. and to linings of posts, beams, ducts, shafts etc, that are suitable to receive finishes such as paint and wallpaper without any prior traditional plastering, but having had normal preparation prior to painting. Certain components requiring special provisions are not covered by this standard and require special consideration.

Standard NumberBS EN 15318:2007
TitleDesign and application of gypsum blocks
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date31 October 2007
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 13501-2, EN 12860, EN 12859:2001
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 1364-1, EN 14195, EN ISO 717-1, EN ISO 140-3, EN 13963, EN ISO 6946, ISO 717-1:1996, BS EN 13501-1:2018, ISO 140-3:1995, EN 13501-1:2018, ISO 6946:1996
International RelationshipsEN 15318:2007
Draft Superseded By06/30138013 DC
DescriptorsBlocks, Gypsum, Design, Plasters, Sound insulation, Fire resistance, Thermal resistance, Partitions, Thermal insulation, Gypsum plaster, Construction systems parts, Walls
Title in FrenchConception et exécution des ouvrages en carreaux de plâtre
Title in GermanPlanung und Ausführung von Bauteilen aus Gips-Wandbauplatten
ISBN978 0 580 55712 5
File Size575 KB

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