This document specifies the test methods for discrete polymer fibre for fibre-reinforced cementitious composites (FRCC). This document defines the test methods for discrete polymer fibre, such as diameter, length, tensile strength, initial modulus of elasticity, density, melting point, moisture content and alkaline durability as basic items. These are test methods intended for certification of a fibre and not for quality control or field acceptance.

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This document specifies a method for determining the lap-shear strength of the adhesive joint between carbon fibre-reinforced plastics (CFRPs) and metal adherends, using a standard specimen loaded in tension and under specified conditions of preparation, conditioning and testing. This method is intended for assessing the suitability of adhesives to be used for bonding a carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRPs) to a metal.

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This document specifies a thermogravimetric method for the determination of fibre weight content by weight percent, of carbon fibre reinforced composites. This method applies to pre-products, such as, prepregs, parts and products of carbon fibre reinforced composites.

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This document specifies the test method for the determination of adhesive fracture energy of adhesively bonded plates of carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) and metal using a double cantilever beam (DCB) specimen. The test method is also applicable to bonded joints between metals and other composite materials, such as glass fibre reinforced plastics.

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This document specifies a method for the determination of the mass per unit area. It also specifies five
methods (Method A to Method E) for the determination of the fibre mass per unit area of moulding
compounds and prepregs. The five methods are as follows:
— Method A: Extraction by Soxhlet;
— Method B: Extraction by immersion in solvent in a beaker;
— Method C: Decomposition by loss ignition;
— Method D: Extraction by wet combustion;
— Method E: Method by calculation.
This document is applicable to the following types of materials:
— moulding compound and preimpregnated unidirectional sheet, tape, fabric and mats;
— prepregs in which any type of reinforcement (aramid, carbon, glass, etc.) and any type of matrix
(thermosetting or thermoplastic) has been used.
Typically, reinforcement fibres are coated with sizing or finishes. These normally dissolve with the
resin and are, therefore, included in the resin content.
This document is not applicable to the following types of prepregs:
— those containing reinforcements which are soluble (or partly soluble) in the solvents used to dissolve
the resin.

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This document specifies accelerated moisture absorption properties and supersaturated conditioning by moisture for fibre-reinforced plastics) using sealed pressure vessel at higher temperature than 100 °C with saturated water vapour at used heating temperature. The purpose of this moisture absorbing procedure is to screen test specimens with moisture by mechanical or thermal properties. This document applies to carbon-fibre materials and their products with either thermoset or thermoplastic matrices, with a Tg greater than 150 °C. This document can also apply to materials reinforced with other fibres (e.g. glass-fibres) with a Tg greater than 150 °C.

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ISO 10350 identifies specific test procedures for the acquisition and presentation of comparable data
for certain basic properties of plastics. In general, each property is specified by a single experimental
value, although in certain cases properties are represented by two values obtained under different test
conditions or along different directions in the material. The properties included are those presented
conventionally in manufacturers' data sheets.
This document applies to reinforced thermoplastic and thermosetting materials where the
reinforcement fibres are either discontinuous with a fibre length prior to processing greater than
7,5 mm or continuous (e.g. fabric, continuous-strand mat or unidirectional).
ISO 10350-1 deals specifically with unreinforced and filled plastics, including those using fibres less
than 7,5 mm in length.

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This document specifies requirements for three types of textile-reinforced thermoplastics hoses and
hose assemblies of nominal size from 3,2 to 25. Each type is divided into two classes dependent on
electrical conductivity requirements.
They are suitable for use with:
— oil-based hydraulic fluids HH, HL, HM, HR and HV as defined in ISO 6743-4 at temperatures ranging
from −40 °C to +93 °C;
— water-based fluids HFC, HFAE, HFAS and HFB as defined in ISO 6743-4 at temperatures ranging
from 0 °C to +60 °C
— water at temperatures ranging from 0 °C to +60 °C.
This document does not include any requirements for end fittings. It is limited to the performance of
hoses and hose assemblies.
NOTE It is the responsibility of the user, in consultation with the hose manufacturer, to establish the
compatibility of the hose with the fluid to be used

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This document specifies a method for the determination of the mass per unit area. It also specifies five methods (Method A to Method E) for the determination of the fibre mass per unit area of moulding compounds and prepregs. The five methods are as follows: — Method A: Extraction by Soxhlet; — Method B: Extraction by immersion in solvent in a beaker; — Method C: Decomposition by loss ignition; — Method D: Extraction by wet combustion; — Method E: Method by calculation. This document is applicable to the following types of materials: — moulding compound and preimpregnated unidirectional sheet, tape, fabric and mats; — prepregs in which any type of reinforcement (aramid, carbon, glass, etc.) and any type of matrix (thermosetting or thermoplastic) has been used. Typically, reinforcement fibres are coated with sizing or finishes. These normally dissolve with the resin and are, therefore, included in the resin content. This document is not applicable to the following types of prepregs: — those containing reinforcements which are soluble (or partly soluble) in the solvents used to dissolve the resin.

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ISO 10350 identifies specific test procedures for the acquisition and presentation of comparable data for certain basic properties of plastics. In general, each property is specified by a single experimental value, although in certain cases properties are represented by two values obtained under different test conditions or along different directions in the material. The properties included are those presented conventionally in manufacturers' data sheets. This document applies to reinforced thermoplastic and thermosetting materials where the reinforcement fibres are either discontinuous with a fibre length prior to processing greater than 7,5 mm or continuous (e.g. fabric, continuous-strand mat or unidirectional). ISO 10350-1 deals specifically with unreinforced and filled plastics, including those using fibres less than 7,5 mm in length.

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This document provides general principles for the verification and assessment of the performance of concrete structures with the applications of different fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP) systems varying from internal FRP reinforcements/tendons, external FRP tendons, externally bonded FRP sheets/plates, to near-surface mounted FRP reinforcement. It can be used for the international harmonization of the design of un-reinforced, conventionally reinforced, and pre-stressed concrete structures with the use of the above-mentioned FRP systems.

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This document specifies a method using a shear test apparatus for measuring the in-plane shear stress/shear strain response, shear modulus and shear strength of continuous-fibre-reinforced plastic composite materials with fibre orientations of 0° and 0°/90°.
This method is applicable to thermoset and thermoplastic matrix laminates made from unidirectional layers/non-woven fabrics and/or fabrics including unidirectional fabrics, with the fibres oriented at 0° and 0°/90° to the specimen axis, where the lay-up is symmetrical and balanced about the specimen mid-plane.
The method is suitable for determining shear properties in both the linear and nonlinear load-deformation range even at shear strains greater than 5 %.
Short and long fibre-reinforced plastic composites can also be tested using this document.

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This document specifies a method using a shear test apparatus for measuring the in-plane shear stress/shear strain response, shear modulus and shear strength of continuous-fibre-reinforced plastic composite materials with fibre orientations of 0° and 0°/90°.
This method is applicable to thermoset and thermoplastic matrix laminates made from unidirectional layers/non-woven fabrics and/or fabrics including unidirectional fabrics, with the fibres oriented at 0° and 0°/90° to the specimen axis, where the lay-up is symmetrical and balanced about the specimen mid-plane.
The method is suitable for determining shear properties in both the linear and nonlinear load-deformation range even at shear strains greater than 5 %.
Short and long fibre-reinforced plastic composites can also be tested using this document.

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This document specifies test methods applicable to unidirectional carbon fibre-reinforced polymer (CFRP) strips as external-bonded reinforcements on the concrete substrate. This document is applicable for the CFRP strips that: — consist of carbon fibre and thermoset resin; — are manufactured by pultrusion method; — have a higher carbon fibre fraction such as over 60 %; and — have a thickness within 3 mm. Also, the test pieces for determining tensile properties are cut down from CFRP strips along the CFRP strips axis, and have bonded anchorage block at the both ends.

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This document specifies the test method for obtaining bending moment-curvature curves of fibre-reinforced cementitious composites (FRCCs) through four-point bending test of prism specimens. It is applicable to FRCCs that show separated multiple cracks under pure bending before maximum load.

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1.1 This document specifies a procedure for the initial qualification of composite materials in order to allow quality control, material selection and preliminary design to be undertaken. It provides a single procedure allowing quicker and lower cost qualification compared to multiple bi-lateral qualification against different bespoke user needs. This document focuses on developing B-basis design allowables. 1.2 The procedure comprises a standard qualification plan (SQP) that includes the minimum common test requirements for more highly anisotropic composite materials. Further test requirements are encompassed in an extended qualification plan (EQP), which includes options representing specific in-service features. A reduced qualification plan (RQP) scheme, using the same core structure of test plate preparation and test methods as the SQP, is available for less highly anisotropic and tending towards nominally isotropic composite materials. 1.3 The procedure is suitable for fibre-reinforced thermoset, and thermoplastic, based material systems intended for structural or semi-structural applications. Individual test method standards referred to in this document provide more details as to the classes and types of composite materials that are covered in each case. 1.4 Annexes A and B are included to support presentation of the data obtained in a consistent database and to provide statistical procedures for the determination of B-basis design allowables, respectively.

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This document specifies the apparatus, the reagents and the procedure to be used in conducting the neutral salt spray (NSS), acetic acid salt spray (AASS) and copper-accelerated acetic acid salt spray (CASS) tests for assessment of the galvanic corrosion resistance of joints and bonded structures between carbon fibre reinforced plastics (CFRPs) and metallic materials, with or without permanent or temporary insulation for the galvanic current.

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining the tensile properties of pultruded, unidirectional rods made from continuous fibre-reinforced plastic composites, in parallel to fibre direction.
It is applicable to pultruded rods which diameters are preferably ranging from 3 mm to 20 mm.
This method is suitable for use with continuous-fibre-reinforced plastic composites made from carbon fibres and glass fibres.
This method is suitable for use with all polymer matrix systems reinforced with unidirectional fibres having a cylindrical shape.
This method is not intended to be used for testing specimens such as tubes or yarns already covered by other test methods.

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This document specifies a test method for evaluating flexural performance of fibre-reinforced cementitious composites (FRCCs) using derived parameters. These parameters are derived from the load-deflection curve obtained by testing a circular specimen supported on a concentric ring and loaded by another ring with a smaller diameter. The performance of FRCCs tested by this method is characterized for biaxial properties. This test method provides for the determination of first-cracking load and the corresponding stress. It also provides for the determination of specimen toughness based on the area under the load-deflection curve up to the deflections at the first-cracking and peak loads. For determining the toughness value, this test method is intended primarily for use with FRCCs that exhibit deflection hardening behaviour. This test method is not intended for materials that exhibit deflection-softening behaviour.

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This document specifies a method using a shear test apparatus for measuring the in-plane shear stress/shear strain response, shear modulus and shear strength of continuous-fibre-reinforced plastic composite materials with fibre orientations of 0° and 0°/90°. This method is applicable to thermoset and thermoplastic matrix laminates made from unidirectional layers/non-woven fabrics and/or fabrics including unidirectional fabrics, with the fibres oriented at 0° and 0°/90° to the specimen axis, where the lay-up is symmetrical and balanced about the specimen mid-plane. The method is suitable for determining shear properties in both the linear and nonlinear load-deformation range even at shear strains greater than 5 %. Short and long fibre-reinforced plastic composites can also be tested using this document.

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This document specifies a method for determining the tensile properties of pultruded, unidirectional rods made from continuous fibre-reinforced plastic composites, in parallel to fibre direction.
It is applicable to pultruded rods which diameters are preferably ranging from 3 mm to 20 mm.
This method is suitable for use with continuous-fibre-reinforced plastic composites made from carbon fibres and glass fibres.
This method is suitable for use with all polymer matrix systems reinforced with unidirectional fibres having a cylindrical shape.
This method is not intended to be used for testing specimens such as tubes or yarns already covered by other test methods.

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This document specifies a flexural test method for determining the through-thickness (out-of-plane) tensile properties of laminated carbon fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP) composites, including strength, fracture strain, and modulus. This document is applicable to unidirectional CFRP (UD-CFRP) laminates. In addition, the calculation of effective volume is also described due to size effects of the through-thickness tensile strength.

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This document specifies a procedure for determining the interlaminar strength, and modulus, by double beam shear (DBS) tests of fibre-reinforced plastic composites. The method is suitable for use with glass or carbon fibre-reinforced plastic composites with thermoset matrices, providing an acceptable interlaminar failure is obtained. This document only applies to laminate with a symmetrical and balanced lay‐up as it avoids bending/twisting or bending/extension coupling deformations (see 6.2). The preferred lay-up is unidirectional, with fibres aligned along the specimen (axial) length. The suitability of the test for specific lay-ups, matrices and fibres (e.g. natural) are assessed by trial tests to ensure the correct delamination failures are obtained.

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ISO 19044:2016 specifies the test method for the load-displacement curves of fibre-reinforced cementitious composites (FRCC) by three-point loading of notched prisms. The main purpose of this test is to evaluate the tension softening curve of FRCC.

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining the indentation hardness of glass reinforced plastics materials using a Barcol Impressor, Model N° 934 1 )
As the Barcol Impressor is portable, this method is suitable for testing the hardness of fabricated parts and individual test specimens for production control purposes.

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining the indentation hardness of glass reinforced plastics materials by means of a Barcol hardness tester.
The Barcol hardness tester is a portable device which can be used with a stand. This method is suitable for testing the indentation hardness of individual test specimens or finished products for production control purposes.

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This standard specifies the procedure to determine the mode II interlaminar fracture toughness energy GIIC of carbon fibre composites manufactured from unidirectional tape or woven fabric.
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This standard specifies the procedure to determine the mode I interlaminar fracture toughness energy GIC of carbon fibre composites manufactured from unidirectional tape or woven fabric.
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This standard defines a method to be used to determine the compression strength of notched, unnotched and filled hole fibre reinforced plastics.
It is applicable to composite laminates with unidirectional layers or woven fabric reinforcement.
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This standard defines a method to be used to determine the tensile strength of notched and unnotched fibre reinforced plastics.
It is applicable to composite laminates with unidirectional plies or woven fabrics reinforcement.
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This European Standard specifies the procedure for the determination of the in-plane shear strength
and modulus of fibre composites. The procedure is based on the uni-axial tensile stress-strain response
of a ± 45° laminate which is symmetrically laminated about the mid-plane.
This standard is applicable to composite laminates manufactured from unidirectional tape or woven
fabric reinforcement.
This standard does not give any directions necessary to meet the health and safety requirements. It is
the responsibility of the user of this standard to consult and establish appropriate health and safety
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This standard specifies a method to determine the apparent glass transition temperatures of non-metallic materials.
This standard is applicable to unidirectional tape and woven fabric reinforced plastic or plastic materials like adhesive or neat resin for comparison of the influence on the glass transition temperature resulting from processing-parameters of non-metallic parts, for compatibility tests for checking co-curing effects of different prepreg types or with adhesive.
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This European Standard defines the procedure to be used to determine the bearing strength of fibre
composites with multidirectional reinforcement. This standard is applicable to composite laminates
manufactured from unidirectional tape or woven fabric reinforcement.
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responsibility of the user of this standard to consult and establish appropriate health and safety
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This European Standard defines a method to be used to measure the low speed impact resistance
characteristics of fibre reinforced plastics.
It is applicable to composite laminates with unidirectional plies or woven fabric reinforcement.
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responsibility of the user of this standard to consult and establish appropriate health and safety
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ISO 10406-2:2015 specifies test methods applicable to fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP) sheets for the upgrading of concrete members.

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ISO 10406-1:2014 specifies test methods applicable to fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP) bars and grids as reinforcements or pre-stressing tendons in concrete.

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EN ISO 3994 specifies the requirements for three types of helical-thermoplasticreinforced thermoplastics hoses for suction and discharge of water, weak aqueous chemical solutions and abrasive solids and slurries, for use in the ambient temperature range from -10 °C to 55 °C. The three types of hose are for light-, medium- and heavy-duty applications. The types of hoses covered in this International Standard are not intended for use with flammable or combustible materials, nor with aromatic solvents.

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ISO 15114:2014 specifies a method for the determination of mode II shear load delamination resistance. GIIC, (critical energy release rate), of unidirectional fibre-reinforced plastic composites using the calibrated end-loaded split (C-ELS) test. It is applicable to carbon-fibre and glass-fibre reinforced thermosets and thermoplastics. The scope is not necessarily limited to these fibres and lay-ups, but for laminates with other types of fibres or lay-ups, no recommendations for specimen dimensions and fibre volume content are currently available.

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1.1 This International Standard specifies a method for determining the flexural properties of fibrereinforced plastic composites under three-point (Method A) and four-point (Method B) loading. Standard test specimens are defined but parameters included for alternative specimen sizes for use where appropriate. A range of test speeds is included.
1.2 The method is not suitable for the determination of design parameters, but may be used for screening materials, or as a quality-control test. NOTE – For example, the flexural modulus is only an appropriate value of the tensile Young's modulus of elasticity as the test is not for the additional deflection due to the shear stress which leads to a lower value of the flexural modulus but uses test span/specimen thickness ratios that minimise this effect. Differences between tensile and flexural properties are also caused by the material structure/lay-up.
1.3 The method is suitable for fibre-reinforced thermoplastic and thermosetting plastic composites. Unreinforced and particle-filled plastics and plastics reinforced with short (i.e. less than 1 mm length) fibres are covered by ISO 178.
1.4 The method is performed using specimens which may be moulded to the chosen dimensions, machined from the central portion of the standard multi-purpose test specimen (see ISO 3167) or machined from semi-finished or finished products such as mouldings or laminates.
1.5 The method specifies preferred dimensions for the specimen. Tests which are carried out on specimens of other dimensions, or on specimens which are prepared under different conditions, may produce results which are not comparable. Other factors, such as the speed of testing and the conditioning of the specimens can influence the results. For materials which are not homogeneous through the section, or above the linear-elastic response region, the result applies only to the thickness and structure tested. Consequently, when comparative data are required, these factors must be carefully controlled and recorded.

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CEN/TS 14578 specifies recommended practices for the underground installation of piping systems made of glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics based on unsaturated polyester resin (GRP-UP), intended to be used for pressure or non-pressure water or sewerage applications and complying with, as applicable, EN 14364 and/or EN 1796. It is applicable to GRP-UP piping systems of nominal sizes from DN 100 to DN 4000 which are intended to be used for the conveyance of liquids at temperatures up to 50 °C and at pressures of 0,5 bar and greater. Design procedures, the determination of long-term safety factors based on a semi-probabilistic approach, surge allowance and allowable negative pressures for buried GRP pipe applications are addressed in CEN/TS 14807 [1]. Piping systems conforming to EN 1796 or EN 14364 can also be used for above-ground applications provided the influence of the environment and the supports is considered in the design of the pipes and joints. It is recommended to refer to ISO/TR 10986 [4] for guidelines for the installation of above-ground flexible jointed pipes.

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This Technical Specification, which is a guidance document for use with a structural analysis procedure for below ground installations, covers limits applicable to glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes used for the conveyance of liquids under pressure or gravity conditions. This document does not specify a particular structural analysis procedure but gives guidance on the selection of a structural analysis procedure. It concludes that any established structural analysis procedure may be used provided it includes the assessment of short and long-term deflection and buckling resistance. Products complying to the applicable GRP product standards EN 1796 or EN 14364, which are not subject to internal pressure, are suitable as long as the analysis shows that the long-term deflection of the installed pipes is limited to 6 %, which is the basic assumption of the GRP pipe product standards. Products complying with the applicable system standards (EN 1796 or EN 14364), which are subject to internal pressure, are suitable as long as the analysis shows that the initial deflection of the installed pipes does not exceed 3 %. A suitable structural analysis procedure should normally be capable of being used for pipes operating at different temperatures provided that the corresponding temperature re-rating factors for the relevant pipe properties are applied, as specified in the referring standard(s). Nevertheless, high service temperatures may require an additional analysis of the longitudinal stresses and strains and/or a special design of the joints. Normal structural analysis procedures are intended to cover normal soil installation conditions. Pipes to be designed for installations in abnormal or unusual conditions, e.g. in quick soils or a marine sea-bed, may require special engineering. Some structural analysis procedures may include axial effects depending upon the type of joint used.

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This European Standard applies to a) manholes, when made from glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) based on polyester resin (UP); b) inspection chambers, when made from glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) based on polyester resin (UP) which are intended to be used with inverts which are at a depth not exceeding 2 m. These products are intended to be used within a drain or sewer system operating without pressure or occasionally at a head of pressure up to 1 bar. It applies to products, and their joints, intended for use in buried installations and to be installed by open-trench techniques. The units have a circular shape with nominal sizes not exceeding the maximum nominal size specified in EN 14364. The intended use of these products is to provide access to, buried drain or sewer systems for the conveyance of waste water at temperatures up to 50 °C, without pressure or occasionally at a head of pressure up to 1 bar, outside buildings and installed in areas subjected to vehicle and/or pedestrian traffic. It specifies definitions including symbols, requirements and characteristics of manholes, inspection chambers, joints, materials, test methods and marking.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum information to be declared for fibre material to be used for the manufacturing of composites products. These specific declaration requirements are given in addition to the general requirements given in EN 16245-1. This document includes requirements for the Certificate of Analysis (CoA). The purpose of the CoA is to verify that material properties and quality conforms to the declared values. This part of the standard is applicable to carbon and glass fibre material.

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This part of the standard specifies the minimum information to be declared for resins, curing systems, additives and modifiers to be used for the manufacturing of composites products.  These specific declaration requirements are in addition to the general requirements given in part 1 of this standard (i.e. EN 16245-1). This document includes requirements for the certificate of analysis (CoA). The purpose of the CoA is to verify that material properties and quality conforms to the declared values.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum information to be declared for core materials to be used for the manufacturing of composites products. These specific declaration requirements are in addition to the general requirements given EN 16245-1. This document includes requirements for the Certificate of Analysis (CoA). The purpose of the CoA is to verify that material properties conform to the declared values. This part of the standard is applicable to rigid foam and balsa core material.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum information to be declared for fibre material to be used for the manufacturing of composites products.
These specific declaration requirements are given in addition to the general requirements given in EN 16245 1.
This document includes requirements for the Certificate of Analysis (CoA). The purpose of the CoA is to verify that material properties and quality conforms to the declared values.
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This European Standard specifies the minimum information to be declared for resins, curing systems, additives and modifiers to be used for the manufacturing of composites products.
These specific declaration requirements are in addition to the general requirements given in EN 16245-1.
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This European Standard specifies the minimum general information to be declared for materials to be used for manufacturing fibre-reinforced plastic composites products. This document includes requirements for the Certificate of Analysis (CoA). The purpose of the CoA is to verify that material properties and quality conform to the declared values. This part of the standard is applicable to resins, curing systems, additives and modifiers, fibres, fabrics and core materials. The current version of the standard includes the following: - the thermoset resins polyesters and vinyl esters; - glass and carbon fibres; - knitted/stitched fabrics; - foam core and balsa core.

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This part of this European Standard specifies the minimum information to be declared for fabrics to be used for the manufacturing of composites products, also impregnated products, but not to the composite products or impregnated products themselves. These specific declaration requirements are in addition to the general requirements given in Part 1 of this standard (i.e. EN 16245-1). This document includes requirements for the Certificate of Analysis (CoA). The purpose of the CoA is to verify that material properties and quality conform to the declared values. This part of the standard is applicable to uni-axial and multi-axial fabric material.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum information to be declared for core materials to be used for the manufacturing of composites products.
These specific declaration requirements are in addition to the general requirements given EN 16245-1.
This document includes requirements for the Certificate of Analysis (CoA). The purpose of the CoA is to verify that material properties and quality conforms to the declared values.
This part of the standard is applicable to rigid foam and balsa core material.

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