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DIN EN 14891:2011-09

DIN EN 14891:2011-09

Liquid-applied water impermeable products for use beneath ceramic tiling bonded with adhesives - Requirements, test methods, evaluation of conformity, classification and designation; German version FprEN 14891:2011 / Note: Date of issue 2011-08-08

Produits d'imperméabilisation pour la pose collée du carrelage - Spécification, méthodes d'essai, évaluation de la conformité, classification et désignation; Version allemande FprEN 14891:2011 / Attention: Date de parution 2011-08-08

Flüssig zu verarbeitende wasserundurchlässige Produkte im Verbund mit keramischen Fliesen- und Plattenbelägen - Anforderungen, Prüfverfahren, Konformitätsbewertung, Klassifizierung und Bezeichnung; Deutsche Fassung FprEN 14891:2011 / Achtung: Erscheinungsdatum 2011-08-08

Fecha Anulación:
2012-07 /Withdrawn
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FprEN 14891 (2011-09)

This European Standard applies to all liquid-applied water impermeable products, based on polymer modified cementitious mortars, dispersions and reaction resin coatings, used beneath ceramic tiling, for external tile installations on walls and floors and swimming pools. This European Standard gives the terminology concerning the products and specifies the test methods and the values of performance requirements for liquid-applied water impermeable products associated with tile adhesives. This European Standard specifies the evaluation of conformity and the classification and designation of liquid-applied water impermeable products beneath ceramic tiling. This European Standard does not contain recommendations for the design and installation of ceramic tiles and grouts in combination with water impermeable products. NOTE 1 Liquid-applied water impermeable products may also be used beneath other types of tiles (natural and agglomerated stones etc.), where they do not adversely affect these materials. NOTE 2 The user of this European Standard should be familiar with normal laboratory practice. This European Standard does not purport to address all the safety problems associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user to establish appropriate health and safety practices and to ensure compliance with any European and national regulatory conditions.
Adhesive strength, Boards, CE marking, Cement mortar, Ceramic tiles, Ceramics, Classification, Conformity, Construction, Definitions, Dispersion, Exterior areas, Flagging, Floor coverings, Impermeability to water, Initial verification, Interior areas, Liquid, Marking, Plates, Polymers, Production control, Reaction resins, Sealing, Sealing materials, Strength of materials, Testing, Tiles, Traceability, Vapour barriers, Wall coatings
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