BS EN 1912:2012 - Structural Timber. Strength classes. Assignment of visual grades and species

BS EN 1912:2012

Structural Timber. Strength classes. Assignment of visual grades and species

Status : Under review, Current   Published : August 2012

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This European Standard lists the visual grades, species and sources of timber, and specifies the strength classes to which they are assigned, as documented in EN 338. NOTE For the grades, species and sources included, there is a long history of use and/or satisfactory test data. The sources listed therefore are largely determined by existing commercial practices.




Standard NumberBS EN 1912:2012
TitleStructural Timber. Strength classes. Assignment of visual grades and species
StatusUnder review, Current
Publication Date31 August 2012
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 14081-4, EN 384, EN 14081-3, EN 14081-1, EN 14081-2:2018, BS EN 14081-2:2018
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 338
ReplacesBS EN 1912:2004+A4:2010
International RelationshipsEN 1912 Corr 1 (08/13)
Amended ByCorrigendum, September 2013
DescriptorsGrades (quality), Geographic and political divisions, Strength of materials, Coniferales, Wood, Softwoods, Visual inspection (testing), National standards, Structural timber, Species identification, Hardwoods, Construction materials, Classification systems, Poplar (wood)
ICS79.040
Title in FrenchBois de structure. Classes de résistance. Affectation des classes visuelles et des essences
Title in GermanBauholz für tragende Zwecke. Festigkeitsklassen. Zuordnung von visuellen Sortierklassen und Holzarten
CommitteeB/518
ISBN978 0 580 84267 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages22
File Size1.337 MB
Price£130.00


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