BS EN 12758:2019 - Glass in building. Glazing and airborne sound insulation. Product descriptions, determination of properties and extension rules

BS EN 12758:2019

Glass in building. Glazing and airborne sound insulation. Product descriptions, determination of properties and extension rules

Status : Current   Published : September 2019

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This European Standard assigns sound insulation values to all transparent, translucent and opaque glass products, described in the European Standards for basic, special basic or processed glass products, when intended to be used in glazed assemblies in buildings, and which exhibit properties of acoustic protection, either as a prime intention or as a supplementary characteristic. This document outlines the procedure, by which glass products may be rated, according to their acoustic performance which enables assessment of compliance with the acoustic requirements of buildings. Rigorous technical analysis of measurement data remains an option, but this standard is intended to enable the derivation of simpler indices of performance, which can be adopted with confidence by non-specialists. By adopting the principles of this standard the formulation of acoustic requirements in Building Codes and for product specification to satisfy particular needs for glazing is simplified. It is recognised that the acoustic test procedures contained within EN ISO 140-1 and EN ISO 140-3 relate only to glass panes and their combinations. Although the same principles should be followed as closely as possible, it is inevitable that some compromises are necessary, because of the bulkier construction of other glazing types, e.g. glass blocks, paver units, channel-shaped glass, structural glazing and structural sealant glazing. Guidelines on how to adapt the test procedures for these glazing types are offered in Clause 4. All the considerations of this standard relate to panes of glass/glazing alone. Incorporation of them into windows may cause changes in acoustic performance as a result of other influences, e.g. frame design, frame material, glazing material/method, mounting method, air tightness, etc. Measurements of the sound insulation of complete windows (glass and frame) may be undertaken to resolve such issues.




Standard NumberBS EN 12758:2019
TitleGlass in building. Glazing and airborne sound insulation. Product descriptions, determination of properties and extension rules
StatusCurrent
Publication Date11 September 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 15683-1, EN 1279-1, EN 572-3, EN 17257-1:2018, EN 12337-1, EN ISO 12543-3, EN 1748-2-1, EN 16477-1, EN ISO 12543-1, EN 14179-1, EN ISO 717-1, EN 572-4, EN 13024-1, EN 1863-1, EN 572-2, EN 14321-1, EN 1096-1, EN 12150-1, EN 572-7, EN ISO 10140 (all parts), EN ISO 12543-2, EN 1748-1-1, EN 1051-1, EN 17258-1:2018, EN 572-1, EN 572-6, EN 14178-1, EN 15682-1, EN 15755-1, EN 1036-1, EN 572-5, EN ISO 12543-5, EN 15681-1, ISO 16940
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS EN 12758:2011
International RelationshipsEN 12758:2019
Draft Superseded By18/30378217 DC
DescriptorsOpacity, Airborne sound insulation, Acoustic properties and phenomena, Glazing, Window glass, Construction materials, Glass, Sound insulation, Performance, Transparency
ICS81.040.20
91.120.20
Title in FrenchVerre dans la construction. Vitrages et isolation aux bruits aériens. Descriptions de produits, détermination des propriétés et règles d’extension
Title in GermanGlas im Bauwesen. Glas und Luftschalldämmung. Produktbeschreibungen, Bestimmung der Eigenschaften und Erweiterungsregeln
CommitteeB/520/4
ISBN978 0 539 01110 4
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages20
File Size769 KB
Price£130.00


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