BS EN 622-4:2019 - Fibreboards. Specifications. Requirements for softboards

BS EN 622-4:2019

Fibreboards. Specifications. Requirements for softboards

Status : Current   Published : August 2019

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This document specifies the requirements for softboards as defined in EN 316, with a density from 230 kg/m³ to 400 kg/m³. The values listed in this document relate to product properties but they are not characteristic values to be used in design calculations. NOTE Panels which are intended for use exclusively as thermal insulating products are covered by EN 13171.




Standard NumberBS EN 622-4:2019
TitleFibreboards. Specifications. Requirements for softboards
StatusCurrent
Publication Date14 August 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 310, EN 622-1, EN 1995-1-1, EN 316, EN 317, EN 326-3, EN 326-1, EN 326-2, EN 13986:2004+A1:2015
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 1058, EN 789, EN 622-5, EN 13171, EN 12871, EN 622-2, EN 1156, EN 335, EN 622-3
ReplacesBS EN 622-4:2009
International RelationshipsEN 622-4:2019
Draft Superseded By18/30371546 DC
DescriptorsPerformance, Dimensional changes, Approval testing, Humidity, Load-bearing boards, Grades (quality), Thickness, Tensile strength, Modulus of elasticity, Strength of materials, Softboards, Wood products, Environment (working), Woodbased sheet materials, Identification methods, Moisture, Marking, Density, Fibre building board, Colour codes, Water absorption, Bending, Swelling
ICS79.060.20
Title in FrenchPanneaux de fibres. Exigences Exigences pour panneaux isolants
Title in GermanFaserplatten. Anforderungen Anforderungen an poröse Platten
CommitteeB/541
ISBN978 0 580 99540 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages14
File Size709 KB
Price£110.00


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