DD CEN/TS 15717:2008 - Parquet flooring. General guideline for installation
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DD CEN/TS 15717:2008

Parquet flooring. General guideline for installation

Status : Under review, Current   Published : February 2009



This Technical specification gives guidelines for installation of parquet flooring. Products which are defined in EN 13226, EN 13227, EN 13228, EN 13488, EN 13489, EN 13629, and EN 14761 are concerned. This Technical specification applies for installations indoors, and does not apply to the installation of joists and sub floors. This Technical specification does not cover installations in service class 3 (see 3.4).

Standard NumberDD CEN/TS 15717:2008
TitleParquet flooring. General guideline for installation
StatusUnder review, Current
Publication Date28 February 2009
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 13489, EN 13629, EN 13756:2002
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 13228, EN 14762, EN 14761, EN 13226, EN 13227, EN 13488
International RelationshipsCEN/TS 15717:2008
DescriptorsWood products, Finishes, Instructions for use, Installation, Floor coverings, Joinery, Panel flooring, Floors, Dimensional tolerances, Environment (working), Parquet panel flooring
Title in FrenchParquet en bois. Guide général de mise en oeuvre
Title in GermanParkett. Allgemeine Verlegenanleitung
ISBN978 0 580 59941 5
File Size409 KB

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