Standard

NS-EN 13501-2:2003

Withdrawn

Note: This standard has a draft: prNS-EN 13501-2:2021

Corrigendums and amendments are bought separately.

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Abstract

This Part of this European Standard specifies the procedure for classification of construction products and building elements using data from fire resistance and smoke leakage tests which are within the direct field of application of the relevant test method. This part of this European Standard currently cannot be applied to classify curtain walling for resistance to fire. Classification on the basis of extended application is outside the scope of this standard. For extended application, however, the same classes are used as specified in this standard. This standard deals with: a) Loadbearing elements without a fire separating function walls floors roofs beams columns balconies walkways stairs b) Loadbearing elements with a fire separating function, with or without glazing, services and fixtures walls floors roofs raised floors c) Products and systems for protecting elements or parts of the works ceilings with no independent fire resistance fire protective coatings, claddings and screens d) Non-loadbearing elements or parts of works, with or without glazing, services and fixtures partitions facades (curtain walls) and external walls ceilings with independent fire resistance fire doors and shutters and their closing devices smoke control doors conveyor systems and their closures penetration seals linear joint seals service ducts and shafts chimneys e) Wall and ceiling coverings with fire protection ability f) Lift landing doors which are tested to prEN 81-8 are excluded from this standard. Lift landing doors which are tested to EN 1634-1 are classified in accordance with 7.5.5. Relevant test methods which have been prepared for these elements are listed in clause 2.

Document information

  • Standard from SN
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  • Edition: 1
  • Version: 1
  • Document type: NAT
  • Pages
  • ICS 13.220.50
  • National Committee SN/K 15

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