This document gives guidance on the process and development of extended fields of application using test results obtained from CEN/TS 1187, tests 1 to 4, and included in test reports, and other relevant information in order to evaluate and classify the performance of roofs/roof coverings. This document provides a methodology to consider the possible effect(s) on classification to EN 13501-5 from single or multiple changes to the individual product and end-use application parameters of the roof/roof covering.
Specific application guidance is given in Annex A, Annex B, Annex C and Annex D for CEN/TS 1187, tests 1 to 4 respectively.

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This document gives guidance on the process and development of extended fields of application using test results obtained from CEN/TS 1187, tests 1 to 4, and included in test reports, and other relevant information in order to evaluate and classify the performance of roofs/roof coverings. This document provides a methodology to consider the possible effect(s) on classification to EN 13501-5 from single or multiple changes to the individual product and end-use application parameters of the roof/roof covering.
Specific application guidance is given in Annex A, Annex B, Annex C and Annex D for CEN/TS 1187, tests 1 to 4 respectively.

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This European Standard specifies methods for the determination of the thickness and mass per unit area of plastic and rubber sheets for roof waterproofing.

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This part of EN 508 specifies requirements for self-supporting external profiled sheets for roof covering wall cladding, lining and liner tray products for discontinuous laying made from aluminium sheet with or without surface treatment (additional organic coatings or anodising).
The standard establishes general characteristics, definitions, classifications and labelling for the products, together with requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that the products comply before they are made available on the market before being despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products which enable them to meet all normal service conditions.
The standard applies to all discontinuously laid self-supporting external profiled sheets for roof covering, wall cladding, lining and liner trays with the exception of tiles with a surface area less than 1 m2 and produced by stamping. These profiled roof sheets are designed to keep wind, rain and snow out of the building, and to transfer any resultant loads and infrequent maintenance loads to the structure.
This standard does not cover products for structural purposes, i.e. it does not cover products used in structural class III (according to EN 1999 1 4), it does not cover products used in constructions of Structural Classes I and II (according to EN 1999 1 4) intended to contribute to the global or partial stability of the building structure by providing racking resistance or resistance of permanent static loads (excluding self-weight of the metal sheet).
No requirements for supporting construction, design of roof system and execution of connections and flashings are included.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for roofing and cladding products used for assembly into coverings for wall claddings, linings and pitched roofs, made from aluminium sheet with or without additional surface treatment (organic coating or anodising).
The standard establishes general characteristics, definitions and labelling of the products, together with requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that the products comply before they are despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products which enable them to meet all normal service conditions. Products can be prefabricated or semi-formed products as well as strip, coil and sheet for on-site-formed applications (e.g. standing seam roofs).
The standard applies to all discontinuously laid and fully supported roofing and cladding products made of aluminium sheets. No requirements for supporting construction, design of roof system and execution of connections and flashings are included.
The standard does not apply to self-supporting aluminium sheets that are covered by EN 508-2.

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This part of EN 508 specifies requirements for self-supporting external profiled sheets for roof covering, wall cladding, lining and liner tray products for discontinuous laying made from aluminium sheet with or without surface treatment (additional organic coatings or anodising).
This document establishes general characteristics, definitions, classifications and labelling for the products, together with requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that the products comply before they are made available on the market before being despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products which enable them to meet all normal service conditions.
This document applies to all discontinuously laid self-supporting external profiled sheets for roof covering, wall cladding, lining and liner trays with the exception of tiles with a surface area less than 1 m2 and produced by stamping. These profiled roof sheets are designed to keep wind, rain and snow out of the building, and to transfer any resultant loads and infrequent maintenance loads to the structure.
This document does not cover products for structural purposes, i.e. it does cover products used in structural class III (according to EN 1999-1-4), it does not cover products used in constructions of Structural Classes I and II (according to EN 1999-1-4) intended to contribute to the global or partial stability of the building structure by providing racking resistance or resistance of permanent static loads (excluding self-weight of the metal sheet).
No requirements for supporting construction, design of roof system and execution of connections and flashings are included.

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This document specifies requirements for roofing and cladding products used for assembly into coverings for wall claddings, linings and pitched roofs, made from aluminium sheet with or without additional surface treatment (organic coating or anodising).
This document establishes general characteristics, definitions and labelling of the products, together with requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that the products comply before they are despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products which enable them to meet all normal service conditions. Products can be prefabricated or semi-formed products as well as strip, coil and sheet for on-site-formed applications (e.g. standing seam roofs).
This document applies to all discontinuously laid and fully supported roofing and cladding products made of aluminium sheets. No requirements for supporting construction, design of roof system and execution of connections and flashings are included.
This document does not apply to self-supporting aluminium sheets that are covered by EN 508-2.

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This European Standard specifies a method for the determination of tear properties of plastic and rubber sheets for roof waterproofing using a trapezoidal test specimen with a nick or cut.

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This European Standard specifies a test method to determine the resistance to wind load of mechanically fastened flexible sheets for roof waterproofing.
The assessment is limited to the performance of the mechanically fastened flexible sheets only. The test method does not include the determination of the performance of the mechanical fastener and/or the combination of the mechanical fastener and the substrate.

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This European Standard specifies the technical requirements and establishes methods of control and test as well as acceptance conditions for fibre-cement slates and their fibre-cement fittings for one or more of the following uses:
-   roofing;
-   internal wall finishes;
-   external wall and ceiling finishes.
This European Standard applies to fibre-cement slates with a height dimension h (see Clause 4) not exceeding 850 mm for overlapping assembly. For the purpose of this European Standard, fibre-cement slates have been classified according to their bending moment.
This European Standard covers fibre-cement slates reinforced with fibres of different types as specified in 5.1.1.
This European Standard does not include calculations with regard to works, design requirements, installation techniques, wind uplift or rain proofing of the installed products.

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This European Standard specifies a test for puncture by impact on sheets for roof waterproofing. Mechanical stress on waterproofing sheets ranges from static long-term loads to dynamic short-term loads. This method represents the dynamic category of load where puncture may be caused by impact.
This European Standard may also be applied for other purposes of waterproofing.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for concrete roofing tiles and fittings for pitched roof coverings and wall cladding and lining.
Concrete roofing tiles and fittings may incorporate surface coatings and glued concrete components.
NOTE 1   Information on surface characteristics is given in Annex A.
NOTE 2   Information on the performance of roof and wall assemblies is given in Annex B.

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This Technical Report provides test methods for the assessment of external fire exposure to roofs in combination with photovoltaic (PV) arrays which characterize potential impacts of PV arrays to an existing fire rating of roofs from an external fire exposure. The performance of roofs without PV to external fire exposure is defined in CEN/TS 1187.
The test methods of CLC/prTR 50670 are only applicable to roof added installations. Building integrated PV is not covered by this standard.
The test method refers to PV modules as test specimens without a specific mounting system as well as combinations of PV modules with particular mounting systems on tilted roofs and flat roofs.

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This Technical Report provides test methods for the assessment of external fire exposure to roofs in combination with photovoltaic (PV) arrays which characterize potential impacts of PV arrays to an existing fire rating of roofs from an external fire exposure. The performance of roofs without PV to external fire exposure is defined in CEN/TS 1187. The test methods of CLC/prTR 50670 are only applicable to roof added installations. Building integrated PV is not covered by this standard. The test method refers to PV modules as test specimens without a specific mounting system as well as combinations of PV modules with particular mounting systems on tilted roofs and flat roofs.

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This European Standard applies to the apparatus and the test procedure used for the determination of the adhesion of granules to factory made bituminous sheets for roofing. It can also be used in other areas where it is relevant.

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This European Standard provides the fire performance classification procedures for roofs/roof coverings exposed to external fire based on the four test methods given in CEN/TS 1187:2012 and the relevant extended application rules.
For the classification of a roof/roof covering, only those test methods and those application rules need to be applied for which the corresponding classification is envisaged.
Products are considered in relation to their end use application.
NOTE   The distinction between roofs with a steep slope and facades, in terms of the test and classification standard to be applied, may be subject to national regulations.
General information on the four test methods in CEN/TS 1187 is given in Annex A.

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This European Standard provides the fire performance classification procedures for roofs/roof coverings exposed to external fire based on the four test methods given in CEN/TS 1187:2012 and the relevant extended application rules.
For the classification of a roof/roof covering, only those test methods and those application rules need to be applied for which the corresponding classification is envisaged.
Products are considered in relation to their end use application.
NOTE   The distinction between roofs with a steep slope and facades, in terms of the test and classification standard to be applied, may be subject to national regulations.
General information on the four test methods in CEN/TS 1187 is given in Annex A.

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This European Standard applies to rooflights with a rectangular or circular ground plan (see Figures 1 and 2), with an opening span (width) or diameter not larger than 2,5 m and an opening length not larger than 3,0 m in roof pitches up to 25°. This document does not cover rooflights which contribute to the load-bearing or stiffness of the roof itself.
This European Standard applies to rooflights and rooflights with upstand, where a single manufacturer provides all components of the rooflight with upstand, which are bought in a single purchase.
This European Standard applies to rooflights with one or several translucent parts.
Rooflights may be opened by means of opening devices in one or more parts for ventilation.
The possible additional functions of day to day ventilation, smoke and heat ventilation e.g. in case of fire in accordance with EN 12101 2, roof access, and/ or slinging point e.g. in accordance with EN 795 are outside the scope of this document.
This European Standard does not include calculations with regard to construction, design requirements and installation techniques.
NOTE   Guidelines for safety, application, use and maintenance of individual rooflights are presented in Annex A.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for rooflights made of plastic materials (e.g. GF-UP, PC, PMMA, PVC) and rooflights with upstands made of e.g. GF-UP, PVC, steel, aluminium or wood for installation in roofs. These rooflights serve the purpose of introducing daylight.
This European Standard applies to rooflights with a rectangular or circular ground plan (see Figures 1 and 2), with an opening span (width) or diameter not larger than 2,5 m and an opening length not larger than 3,0 m in roof pitches up to 25°. This document does not cover rooflights which contribute to the load-bearing or stiffness of the roof itself.
This European Standard applies to rooflights and rooflights with upstand, where a single manufacturer provides all components of the rooflight with upstand, which are bought in a single purchase.
This European Standard applies to rooflights with one or several translucent parts.
Rooflights may be opened by means of opening devices in one or more parts for ventilation.
The possible additional functions of day to day ventilation, smoke and heat ventilation e.g. in case of fire in accordance with EN 12101 2, roof access, and/ or slinging point e.g. in accordance with EN 795 are outside the scope of this document.
This European Standard does not include calculations with regard to construction, design requirements and installation techniques.
NOTE   Guidelines for safety, application, use and maintenance of individual rooflights are presented in Annex A.

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This European Standard specifies the technical requirements and establishes methods of control and test as well as acceptance conditions for fibre-cement profiled sheets and their fibre-cement fittings for one or more of the following uses:
-   roofing;
-   internal wall finishes;
-   external wall and ceiling finishes.
For the purpose of this European Standard, fibre-cement profiled sheets are classified according to their height of corrugation and their mechanical characteristics.
This European Standard covers fibre-cement profiled sheets reinforced with fibres of different type as specified in 5.1.1, with and without factory applied coating.
This European Standard does not include calculations with regard to works, design requirements, installation techniques, wind uplift or rain proofing of the installed sheets.
NOTE   Some of these requirements can be applied, after agreement, to curved sheets for specific applications.

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This European Standard specifies a test for puncture by static loading for roofing membranes. Mechanical stress on membranes varies from static long-term loads to dynamic short-term loads. This method represents the static category of load where the stress is applied over a period of time.
This European Standard may also be applied for waterproofing.

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Slovenski nacionalni standard SIST 1039:2015 je pripravil tehnični odbor SIST/TC VLA Vlaga.
Standard predpisuje minimalne kakovostne zahteve za hidroizolacijske polimerne in elastomerne
trakove za tesnjenje, ki se uporabljajo za hidroizolacijo streh. Ker so v priloženem standardu naštete
različne vrste materialov za isti namen hidroizolacije streh, morajo uporabniki skrbno izbrati vrste
materialov in tudi upoštevati njihove minimalne zahteve.
Ta slovenski nacionalni standard se lahko uporablja skupaj s standardom SIST EN 13956:2013.
Evropski standard EN 13956 je pripravil tehnični odbor CEN/TC 254 Fleksibilni tesnilni trakovi,
katerega sekretariat je v pristojnosti organizacije za standardizacijo NEN.
Evropski standardi za polimerne in elastomerne trakove za tesnjenje streh (npr. EN 13956) nudijo
širok izbor tistih lastnosti, ki so najustreznejše glede na podnebne razmere in izkušnje v posameznih
državah. Glede na zahtevne podnebne razmere v Sloveniji (npr. letna količina padavin in temperaturni
razponi) v primerjavi z drugimi evropskimi državami, slovenski strokovnjaki na področju hidroizolacij
ocenjujejo, da Slovenija potrebuje svoje minimalne kriterije kakovosti.
Člani SIST/TC VLA menijo, da bi bili brez postavljenih ustreznih meril lahko oškodovani predvsem
uporabniki teh materialov, ker bodo zaupali, da kakovost materialov, izdelanih skladno z evropskim
standardom in označenih z znakom CE, v celoti ustrezajo pogojem uporabe v naši državi. Tudi druge
evropske države pripravljajo svoje nacionalne zahteve (npr. Avstrija). Nacionalni standardi
opredeljujejo nacionalne zahteve, ki dopolnjujejo evropski standard, niso pa z njim v ničemer v
nasprotju. V tem standardu so jasno postavljena merila za bistvene lastnosti materialov glede na
zahtevne podnebne razmere v naši državi.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for light transmitting single skin profiled plastics sheets for internal and external walls, roofs and ceilings. It is applicable to single skin sheets which are used as a single layer or when assembled to form a multiple layer construction.
It also specifies the test methods and provides for the evaluation of conformity and marking of the sheets.

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of:
- floor constructions, without cavities or with unventilated cavities;
- roof constructions, with or without cavities (ventilated or unventilated);
- floor and roof constructions incorporating glazing;
with fire exposure from the underside.
This standard is used in conjunction with EN 1363-1.

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of:
- floor constructions, without cavities or with unventilated cavities;
- roof constructions, with or without cavities (ventilated or unventilated);
- floor and roof constructions incorporating glazing;
with fire exposure from the underside.
This European Standard is used in conjunction with EN 1363-1.

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EN 12326-1 specifies requirements for slate and carbonate slate for discontinuous roofing and external cladding, as defined in 3.1, and 3.2, used for assembly into discontinuous roofing and external cladding. For the purposes of this European Standard, slates and carbonate slates have been classified. This European Standard does not apply to products for roofing or external cladding made from the following: a) stone other than those defined in 3.1 and 3.2; b) concrete; c) polymeric materials; d) fibre reinforced cement; e) metal; f) clay. This European Standard is not applicable to roofing and cladding slates used internally. This European Standard is not applicable to bonded cladding (cladding fixed with adhesives) and cladding fixed with dowels and cramps.

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EN 508-1 specifies requirements for self-supporting roofing, covering, wall cladding, lining, liner trays and tiles products for discontinuous laying made from metallic coated steel sheet with or without additional organic coatings. Sheets intended to be used with insulation and membranes are also covered. This European Standard establishes general characteristics, definitions, classifications and labelling for the products, together with requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that the products comply when purchased before they are despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products which enable them to meet all normal service conditions. This European Standard applies to all discontinuously laid self-supporting external profiled sheets for roofing covering, wall cladding, lining and liner trays with the exception of tiles with a surface area less than 1 m2 and produced by stamping. These profiled sheets are designed to keep wind, rain and snow out of the building and to transfer any resultant loads and infrequent maintenance loads to the structure. This European Standard does not cover products for structural purposes, i.e. it does cover products used in constructions of Class III (according to EN 1993-1-3), it does not cover products used in constructions of Classes I and II (according to EN 1993-1-3) intended to contribute to the global or partial stability of the building structure by providing racking resistance or resistance to permanent static loads (excluding self-weight of the metal sheet). No requirements for supporting construction, design of roof, cladding, lining, tile system and execution of connections and flashings are included.

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ISO/TR 12468-3:2014 provides background and guidance on the use and limitations of the external fire exposure to roofs test method, the classification system, and the application of the data obtained. ISO/TR 12468-3:2014 is designed to be of assistance to code officials, fire safety engineers, designers of buildings, and other persons responsible for the safety of persons in and around buildings.

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EN 13859-1 specifies the characteristics of flexible sheets for underlays which are to be used under roof covering of discontinuous roofs. It specifies the requirements and test methods and provides for the evaluation of conformity of the products with the requirements of this document.

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EN 13859-1 specifies the characteristics of flexible sheets for underlays which are to be used under roof covering of discontinuous roofs. It specifies the requirements and test methods and provides for the evaluation of conformity of the products with the requirements of this document.

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This part of EN 508 specifies requirements for self-supporting roofing, covering, wall cladding, lining, liner trays and tiles products for discontinuous laying made from metallic coated steel sheet with or without additional organic coatings. Sheets intended to be used with insulation and membranes are also covered.
This European Standard establishes general characteristics, definitions, classifications and labelling for the products, together with requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that the products comply when purchased before they are despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products which enable them to meet all normal service conditions.
This European Standard applies to all discontinuously laid self-supporting external profiled sheets for roofing covering, wall cladding, lining and liner trays with the exception of tiles with a surface area less than 1 m2 and produced by stamping. These profiled sheets are designed to keep wind, rain and snow out of the building and to transfer any resultant loads and infrequent maintenance loads to the structure.
This European Standard does not cover products for structural purposes, i.e. it does cover products used in constructions of Class III (according to EN 1993-1-3), it does not cover products used in constructions of Classes I and II (according to EN 1993-1-3) intended to contribute to the global or partial stability of the building structure by providing racking resistance or resistance to permanent static loads (excluding self-weight of the metal sheet).
No requirements for supporting construction, design of roof, cladding, lining, tile system and execution of connections and flashings are included.

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EN 16240 specifies the requirements for light transmitting flat solid polycarbonate (PC) sheets for internal and external use in walls, roofs and ceilings. This European Standard applies to light transmitting flat extruded solid PC sheets of minimum thickness 2 mm, without or with uniform functional layers (e.g. coating, co-extruded layer) made from PC-based or other materials. It also specifies the test methods needed for the evaluation of conformity and marking of the sheets.

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This European Standard specifies definitions and characteristics for flexible reinforced bitumen sheets for which the intended use is roofing. This covers sheets used as top layers, intermediate layers and underlayers. It does not cover reinforced bitumen sheets for waterproofing used as underlays for discontinuous roofing. It does not cover waterproofing sheets which are intended to be used fully bonded under bituminous products (e.g. asphalt) directly applied at high temperature, specified by EN 14695.

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ISO 12468-1:2013 specifies a test method to determine the resistance of roofs to external exposure to fire. This method evaluates the behaviour of the roof when exposed to three types of burning brands combined with wind and with or without heat radiation, concerning the fire spread across the external surface of the roof, the fire spread within the roof, the fire penetration, and the production of flaming droplets or debris falling through the roof, from the underside of the roof, or from the exposed surface.

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This European Standard specifies a method for the determination of the resistance of plastic and rubber sheets for waterproofing to cracking when exposed, under static tensile strain, to air containing a definite concentration of ozone and at a definite temperature without the effects of direct light.

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This European Standard specifies a method for the determination of the behaviour of plastic and rubber sheets for waterproofing to folding after exposure at a low temperature.

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining the resistance to peeling of joints between two adjacent sheets of the same plastic or rubber sheets for waterproofing. This test method will be used mainly for testing the joints in mechanically fastened plastic or rubber sheets for waterproofing. The peel strength characterises the optimum joint strength which can be reached for a membrane and a joint technique under laboratory conditions. On roofs the joint strength could be clearly reduced due to the non-optimal conditions (e.g. pressure, temperature, humidity, pollution, workmanship). The requirement for the joint technique at the site is to ensure a permanently tight joint.

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This European Standard specifies test methods for the determination of the tensile properties of plastic and rubber sheets for roof waterproofing.

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This European Standard specifies the determination of flexibility of bitumen sheets at low temperatures. The test can be carried out on the upper or lower face of the sheet either at a predetermined temperature or successively at different temperature steps to determine the cold bending temperature which represents a limiting temperature. Therefore, the test can be used to confirm a minimum cold bending temperature for a product or to determine the specific cold bending temperature for the product e.g. to determine the change of these properties as a result of artificial ageing. In the case of sheets with the same bituminous compound on both sides and where the reinforcement is placed in the cross section visually closer to the upper surface, the test is performed on the bottom face only. If the upper surface is covered with a non-woven (e.g. tissue, fleece etc.) or metal facing, the test is performed on the bottom side only. If the sheet on the upper surface is covered with permanent light surface protection and where the reinforcement is placed in the cross section visually closer to the upper surface, the test is performed on the bottom side only.

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This European Standard specifies the test method for the determination of frost resistance of clay roofing tiles and fittings. The test method is applicable in all CEN member countries in accordance with the required performance level of each member state.

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This European Standard specifies the terminology, requirements and test methods for metal coil, strip, and flat sheets and factory made pieces intended for fully supported applications in roofing and wall cladding or lining. It does not apply to products manufactured on site. This European Standard covers fully-supported aluminium, copper, lead, steel, stainless steel and zinc products with or without coatings, e.g. metallic, organic, inorganic or multi-layer (see Annex A). This European Standard also includes rules for marking, labelling and evaluation of conformity. Requirements concerning acoustical and insulation properties are not considered in this European Standard. This European Standard does not include calculation or design requirements with regards to the works, installation techniques or the performance of the installed products.

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This European Standard specifies the terminology, requirements and test methods for metal coil, strip, and flat sheets and factory made pieces intended for fully supported applications in roofing and wall cladding or lining. It does not apply to products manufactured on site.
This European Standard covers fully-supported aluminium, copper, lead, steel, stainless steel and zinc products with or without coatings, e.g. metallic, organic, inorganic or multi-layer (see Annex A).
This European Standard also includes rules for marking, labelling and evaluation of conformity.
Requirements concerning acoustical and insulation properties are not considered in this European Standard.
This European Standard does not include calculation or design requirements with regards to the works, installation techniques or the performance of the installed products.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for roofing products used for assembly into coverings for pitched roofs, made from stainless steel, terne coated, tin coated or organic coated stainless steel sheet. The European Standard establishes general characteristics, definitions and labelling for the products, together with requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that the products comply before they are despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products which enable them to meet all normal service conditions. Products can be prefabricated or semiformed products as well as strip, coil and sheet for on-site-formed applications (e.g. standing seam roofs, roll cap). The European Standard applies to all discontinuously laid and fully supported roofing products made of stainless steel sheet. No requirements for application (e.g. methods of fixing, supporting construction, design of roof system, execution of connections and flashings) are included.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for roofing products used for assembly into coverings for pitched roofs, made from metallic coated steel sheet with or without additional organic coatings. The European Standard establishes general characteristics, definitions and labelling for the products, together with requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that the products comply before they are despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products which enable them to meet all normal service conditions. Products can be prefabricated or semiformed products as well as strip, coil and sheet for on-site-formed applications (e.g. standing-seam and clip fixroofs). The European Standard applies to all discontinuously laid and fully supported roofing products made of steel sheets. No requirements for supporting construction, design of roof system and execution of connections and flashings are included.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for roofing products used for assembly into coverings for pitched roofs, made from metallic coated steel sheet with or without additional organic coatings.
The European Standard establishes general characteristics, definitions and labelling for the products, together with requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that the products comply before they are despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products which enable them to meet all normal service conditions. Products can be prefabricated or semiformed products as well as strip, coil and sheet for on-site-formed applications (e.g. standing-seam and clip fixroofs).
The European Standard applies to all discontinuously laid and fully supported roofing products made of steel sheets. No requirements for supporting construction, design of roof system and execution of connections and flashings are included.
NOTE   The European Standard deals partly with flat products, partly with formed (prefabricated) products. Requirements for preformed self-supporting products are given in EN 508-1.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for roofing products used for assembly into coverings for pitched roofs, made from stainless steel, terne coated, tin coated or organic coated stainless steel sheet.
The European Standard establishes general characteristics, definitions and labelling for the products, together with requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that the products comply before they are despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products which enable them to meet all normal service conditions. Products can be prefabricated or semiformed products as well as strip, coil and sheet for on-site-formed applications (e.g. standing seam roofs, roll cap).
The European Standard applies to all discontinuously laid and fully supported roofing products made of stainless steel sheet. No requirements for application (e.g. methods of fixing, supporting construction, design of roof system, execution of connections and flashings) are included.
NOTE   The standard deals partly with flat products, partly with formed (prefabricated) products. Requirements for preformed self-supporting roofing products are given in EN 508-3.

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This European Standard specifies the definitions and characteristics of plastic and rubber sheets including sheets made out of their blends and alloys (thermoplastic rubber) for which the intended use is roof waterproofing. It specifies the requirements and test methods and provides for the evaluation of conformity of the products with the requirements of this European Standard.

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This European Standard specifies the determination of the resistance of flexible sheets for roofing to hail using a test for puncture by simulated hail. This European Standard may also be applied for waterproofing.

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This draft European Standard specifies a method of test to determine the resistance of pitched roof coverings to wind-driven rain. The test method is applicable to discontinuously laid unsealed small roof covering elements such as clay tiles, concrete tiles, slates, fibre cement slates and shingles.

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