15/30324381 DC - BS EN 14944-4. Influence of cementitious products on water intended for human consumption. Test methods. Part 4. Migration of substances from site-applied cementititous materials and associated non-cementitious products/materials

15/30324381 DC

BS EN 14944-4. Influence of cementitious products on water intended for human consumption. Test methods. Part 4. Migration of substances from site-applied cementititous materials and associated non-cementitious products/materials

Status : Current, Draft for public comment   Published : July 2015

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Standard Number15/30324381 DC
TitleBS EN 14944-4. Influence of cementitious products on water intended for human consumption. Test methods. Part 4. Migration of substances from site-applied cementititous materials and associated non-cementitious products/materials
StatusCurrent, Draft for public comment
Publication Date02 July 2015
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 196-1:2005, EN 197-1, EN 206:2013, EN 450-1, EN 480-1, EN 12350-2, EN 12390-1, EN 12620, EN 12878, prEN 13055, EN 13263-1, EN 13639, prEN 14944-3:2015, EN 15167-1, EN ISO 3696, ISO 3696, EN ISO 7393-1, ISO 7393-1, EN ISO 7393-2, ISO 7393-2, EN ISO 10523, ISO 10523
Informative References(Provided for Information)prEN 14944-1:2015, ISO 16132, Report EUR 19602 EN, ISO/TS 13530
International RelationshipsprEN 14944-4:2015
Draft Expiry Date02 September 2015
DescriptorsWater supply, Water, Quality, Potable water, Cements, Concretes, Cement mortar, Water testing, Taste tests, Olfactory analysis, Sensory analysis (food), Colour tests, Turbidity, Optical measurement, Pipes, Coatings, Tanks (containers)
ICS13.060.20
67.250
CommitteeEH/6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages47
File Size520 KB
NotesWarning: this draft is not current beyond its expiry date for comments.
Price£20.00


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