BS EN 15497:2014
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2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions
5 Performance characteristics for structural finger
6 Assessment and Verification of Constancy of
7 Marking and labelling
Annex A (normative) - Release of Formaldehyde
Annex B (normative) - Additional test methods and provisions
Annex C (normative) - Bending tests with finger joints (including
Annex D (normative) - Measurement of moisture content
Annex E (normative) - Equipment
Annex F (normative) - Separation tests with finger joints produced
with contact-free application of adhesive
Annex G (normative) - Minimum production provisions
Annex ZA (informative) - Clauses of this European Standard
addressing the provisions of EU Construction Products
Provides provisions regarding the performance characteristics for structural finger jointed timber with rectangular cross section for use in buildings and bridges.
This European Standard sets out provisions regarding the performance characteristics for structural finger jointed timber with rectangular cross section for use in buildings and bridges.
The use of structural finger jointed timber may be limited to certain service classes in some member states.
It also lays down minimum production provisions and procedures for Assessment and Verification of Constancy of Performance for structural finger jointed timber.
This European Standard is applicable to structural finger jointed timber made of coniferous timber species listed in this standard or poplar.
Although it may be possible to produce structural finger jointed timber made from specific broadleaf species based on some provisions of this European Standard, this standard is not applicable to these products.
This European Standard is only applicable to finger joints between timber sections of the same species.
This European Standard does not cover impressed (die-formed) finger joints.
This European Standard covers structural finger jointed timber untreated or treated against biological attack. Structural finger jointed timber treated with fire retardants is not covered.
|Moisture content of a piece of sawn timber - Part 3: Estimation by capacitance method
|MOISTURE CONTENT OF A PIECE OF SAWN TIMBER - DETERMINATION BY OVEN DRY METHOD
|Adhesives for load-bearing timber structures - Test methods - Part 5: Determination of maximum assembly time under referenced conditions
|STRUCTURAL TIMBER - STRENGTH CLASSES - ASSIGNMENT OF VISUAL GRADES AND SPECIES
|Timber structures - Strength graded structural timber with rectangular cross section - Part 2: Machine grading; additional requirements for initial type testing
|Adhesives for load bearing timber structures other than phenolic and aminoplastic - Test methods - Part 5: Determination of minimum pressing time under referenced conditions
|Adhesives for load-bearing timber structures - Test methods - Part 2: Determination of resistance to delamination
|Adhesives for load bearing timber structures other than phenolic and aminoplastic - Test methods - Part 3: Creep deformation test at cyclic climate conditions with specimens loaded in bending shear
|Wood-based panels - Determination of formaldehyde release - Part 1: Formaldehyde emission by the chamber method
|Timber structures - Strength graded structural timber with rectangular cross section - Part 4: Machine grading - Grading machine settings for machine controlled systems
|Fire classification of construction products and building elements - Part 2: Classification using data from fire resistance tests, excluding ventilation services
|Adhesives, phenolic and aminoplastic, for load-bearing timber structures - Classification and performance requirements
|Round and sawn timber - Nomenclature of timbers used in Europe
|Adhesives for load-bearing timber structures - Test methods - Part 1: Determination of longitudinal tensile shear strength
|Reaction to fire tests for building products - Conditioning procedures and general rules for selection of substrates
|REACTION TO FIRE TESTS FOR BUILDING PRODUCTS - BUILDING PRODUCTS EXCLUDING FLOORINGS EXPOSED TO THE THERMAL ATTACK BY A SINGLE BURNING ITEM
|Durability of wood and wood-based products - Natural durability of solid wood - Part 2: Guide to natural durability and treatability of selected wood species of importance in Europe
|Timber structures - Strength graded structural timber with rectangular cross section - Part 1: General requirements
|MOISTURE CONTENT OF A PIECE OF SAWN TIMBER - ESTIMATION BY ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE METHOD
|Structural timber - Sizes, permitted deviations
|EN ISO 9001:2015
|Quality management systems - Requirements (ISO 9001:2015)
|Adhesives for load-bearing timber structures - Test methods - Part 4: Determination of the effects of wood shrinkage on the shear strength
|Adhesives for load-bearing timber structures - Test methods - Part 3: Determination of the effect of acid damage to wood fibres by temperature and humidity cycling on the transverse tensile strength
|Timber structures - Structural timber and glued laminated timber - Determination of some physical and mechanical properties
|Adhesives - One component polyurethane (PUR) for load-bearing timber structures - Classification and performance requirements
|Quality management systems — Requirements
|Structural timber - Strength classes
|PREN 16351 : DRAFT 2011
|TIMBER STRUCTURES - CROSS LAMINATED TIMBER - REQUIREMENTS
|EUROCODE 5: DESIGN OF TIMBER STRUCTURES - PART 1-1: GENERAL - COMMON RULES AND RULES FOR BUILDINGS
|Timber structures - Calculation and verification of characteristic values
|Timber structures - Glued laminated timber and glued solid timber - Requirements
|Timber structures - Strength graded structural timber with rectangular cross section - Part 3: Machine grading; additional requirements for factory production control
|Structural timber - Structural timber preservative treated against biological attack
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