PD CEN/TS 16368:2014 - Lightweight Particleboards. Specifications

PD CEN/TS 16368:2014

Lightweight Particleboards. Specifications

Status : Current, Under review   Published : April 2014

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This European Technical Specification specifies the requirements for uncoated particleboards for use in dry conditions in non load-bearing applications with density below 600 kg/m3. This Technical Specification applies to particleboard which is mostly homogenous and continuous in its composition and which does not contain hollow spaces, chambers or other type of cavities which can be encountered as honeycombs in sandwich panels or as tubes in extruded boards. This Technical Specification does not give requirements for extruded particleboards (see EN 14755), flaxboards (see EN 15197) and sandwich panels. NOTE Typical applications for lightweight boards are in furniture and non-structural applications e.g. in doors, packaging.




Standard NumberPD CEN/TS 16368:2014
TitleLightweight Particleboards. Specifications
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date30 April 2014
Confirm Date26 April 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 324-2, EN 326-3, EN 717-1, EN 311, EN 318, EN 326-1, EN 322, EN 323, EN 319, EN 326-2, EN 324-1, EN 317, ISO 3340, EN 310
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 14755, EN 309, EN 312, EN 15197, EN 120, EN 1995-1-1
International RelationshipsCEN/TS 16368:2014
Draft Superseded By12/30254092 DC
DescriptorsWoodbased sheet materials, Classification systems, Particle boards, Wood products, Definitions
ICS79.060.20
Title in FrenchPanneaux de particules légers. Spécifications
Title in GermanLeichte Spanplatten. Anforderungen
CommitteeB/541
ISBN978 0 580 76829 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages14
File Size1.099 MB
Price£110.00


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