This document specifies requirements for a chain of custody (CoC) of wood and wood-based products, cork and lignified materials other than wood, such as bamboo, and their products. NOTE The term "material" will henceforth be used throughout this document to denote "raw materials and products from wood, cork and lignified materials other than wood, such as bamboo", as defined in 3.8. This document is applicable to material that originates from different categories of input material and can be derived from mechanical, chemical, biological and/or thermal processing or a combination thereof. A chain of custody relies on a control system to track and handle material throughout the entire supply chain or parts of the supply chain, including transportation, receipt, production, sale, resale and output declaration. This document is intended to enable tracking of material from different categories of source to finished products. Furthermore, this document also specifies minimum requirements for input material. This document is not applicable to forest management.

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The scope of WG28 Performance Classification is expressed in this Technical Report:
Guidance on the determination of end use performance of wood products: utilization and improvement of existing test methods to estimate service life, in order to give input to the harmonized product standards dealing with the durability requirement of the CPD and future CPR.
This Technical Report brings together the evaluations and discussions to date that have occurred within CEN/TC38/WG28 Performance Classification.

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This European Standard contains terms relating to wood durability and the definitions of these terms.

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This document provides the basis for selecting the preferred equivalent terms for the drafting of future European Standards and other documents on natural or conferred durability of wood and wood based products.
NOTE    A new list of terms relating to environment, health and safety aspects will be prepared and will be dealt within an other European Standard.

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This European Standard contains terms relating to wood durability and the definitions of these terms.

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This document is intended to facilitate the interpretation and use of the European Standards where the testing and specification of wood preservative products are described. It aims to assist users (manufacturers, specifiers, authorities, etc.) to correlate the choice of selected test methods, wood substrates and biological agents with the efficacy requirements of wood preservatives based on their claimed target organisms and end use. This document is a source of supplementary information to the relevant standards and cannot be used as a standalone document.

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This part of standard contains general terms relating to sawn timber used in European Standards and the definitions of these terms.

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This part of standard contains general terms relating to sawntimber used in European Standards and defintions of these terms.

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This standard specifies requirements for bonded finger joints and minimum requirements for the manufacture of cut, interlocking, bonded finger joints in structural timber members. Requirements are given for timber, adhesive, moisturecontent, cutting, bonding and preservative treatments and flame retardant treatments. This standard is only applicable to finger joints between timber members of the same species type.

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