This test method specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of air transfer grilles(ATG).
It is applicable to air transfer grilles intended for installation in building components (typically walls, floors or ceilings). The orientation of the installation of the air transfer grille can be vertical or horizontal.
The closing mechanism of the air transfer grille can come from expansion of material and/or from any mechanical or electrical closing device.
This test method is valid for fire resistant or fire resistant and smoke control air transfer grilles.
This test method evaluates the behaviour of the air transfer grille when exposed to the standard fire curve described in EN 1363-1 and the standard pressure described in EN 1363-1.It is not the intention of this test to provide quantitative information on the rate of leakage of smoke and/or hot gases or on the transmission or generation of fumes under fire conditions. Such phenomena are only to be noted in describing the general behaviour of test specimens during the test.
The rate of leakage of smoke at ambient temperature or at 200°C is addressed in product technical specifications (e.g. in ETAG 026 – part 4)
All values given in this standard are nominal unless otherwise specified.
This test method is not valid for determining the fire resistance of air transfer grilles that are used in ducts because ATG  are considered as separating elements. The test method for ATG, used in ducts is described in the corresponding duct standards.
Non-mechanical fire barriers for ventilation ductwork according to EN 1366-12 are excluded.
This test method is not valid for determining the fire resistance of air transfer grilles in fire doors, shutters and openable windows as specified in EN 1634-1 and EN 1364-2, because the deformation of fire doors, shutters and openable windows in fire conditions differs from the deformation of flexible/rigid walls. Moreover the location of TC in the door standard is too specific to be handled in this standard.

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of air transfer grilles (ATG).
It is applicable to air transfer grilles intended for installation in building components (typically walls, floors or ceilings). The orientation of the installation of the air transfer grille can be vertical or horizontal.
The closing mechanism of the air transfer grille can come from expansion of material and/or from any mechanical or electrical closing device.
This test method is valid for fire resistant or fire resistant and smoke control air transfer grilles.
An additional test configuration is valid for fire resistant or fire resistant and smoke control air transfer grilles in applications where flame impingement is a risk during open state from start of fire (Annex A).
This test method evaluates the behaviour of the air transfer grille when exposed to the standard fire curve described in EN 1363-1 and the standard pressure described in EN 1363-1. It is not the intention of this test to provide quantitative information on the rate of leakage of smoke and/or hot gases or on the transmission or generation of fumes under fire conditions. Such phenomena are only to be noted in describing the general behaviour of test specimens during the test.
The rate of leakage of smoke at ambient temperature or at 200 °C as an optional requirement for ATG with declared smoke control will be confirmed in accordance with standard EN 1634-3.
This test method is not valid for determining the fire resistance of air transfer grilles that are used in ducts because ATG are considered as separating elements. The test method for ATG, used in ducts is described in the corresponding duct standards.
This test method is not valid for determining the fire resistance of a fire damper or a fire barrier connected to a duct on either or both sides because an ATG is tested as a fire-separating element on its own. Fire dampers are tested according to EN 1366-2. Non-mechanical fire barriers are tested according to EN 1366-12.
This test method is not valid for determining the fire resistance of air transfer grilles in fire doors, shutters and openable windows as specified in EN 1634-1 and EN 1364-2, because the deformation of fire doors, shutters and openable windows in fire conditions differs from the deformation of flexible/rigid walls. Moreover the location of thermocouples in the door standard is too specific to be handled in this standard.
All values given in this standard are nominal unless otherwise specified.

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This part of EN 15080 identifies the parameters and factors that affect the fire resistance of beams and need to be taken into account when considering extended application of results of beams tested in accordance with EN 1365-3. It also gives the methodology to be used when preparing an extended application, including rules and calculation methods which can be applied to establish the resultant influence of a variation in one or more parameters and to determine the field of extended application.

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This Part of EN 15080 identifies the parameters and factors that affect the fire resistance of beams and need to be taken into account when considering extended application of results of beams tested in accordance with EN 1365-3. It also gives the methodology to be used when preparing an extended application, including rules and calculation methods which can be applied to establish the resultant influence of a variation in one or more parameters and to determine the field of extended application.

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This Part of EN 1365 specifies a method for determining the fire resistance, in respect with loadbearing capacity and with no separating function, of:
- balconies exposed to the fire from either outside or inside the building; and
- walkways exposed to the fire from either outside or inside the building.
This standard is used in conjunction with EN 1363-1.

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This document specifies a method for determining the ability of a covering to protect underlying products against damage during a specified fire exposure.

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This part of EN 1365 specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of beams with or without applied fire protection systems and with or without cavities.  This standard is used in conjunction with prEN 1363-1. Beams which are part of a floor construction are tested with the floor construction as described in prEN 1365-2 and are subject to evaluation of integrity and insulation. General guidance on this method of test is given in annex A.

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This part of EN 1365 specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of columns when fully exposed to fire on all sides. This standard is used in conjunction with prEN 1363-1. General guidance on this method of test is given in annex A.

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Forms one of a series concerning joints in building. The series includes the following International Standards: ISO 2444 - Joints in building - Vocabulary; ISO 2445 - Joints in building - Fundamental principles for design. Gives a general check-list of functions of joints in building for use in their design.

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Is one of a series dealing with general rules and principles for the jointing of building components. Establishes a classification system for joints in building based on the ability of joints to accommodate dimensional deviations during construction. Examples of types of joints are given in an annex.

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Specifies the test method to be used in laboratories for assessing the air permeability of non-opening joints between components in the exterior walls of buildings, whether the joints have been subjected to prior ageing or not. Does not apply to joints within components (for example the joint between glass fixed in a window frame and sealed with a glazing compound).

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Outlines some basic principles for the design of joints in building. These principles fall under three main headings of properties: geometrical, structural and environmental properties of joints.

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Specifies the test method to be used in laboratories for assessing the air permeability of non-opening joints between components in the exterior walls of buildings, whether the joints have been subjected to prior ageing or not. Does not apply to joints within components (for example the joint between glass fixed in a window frame and sealed with a glazing compound).

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Forms one of a series concerning joints in building. The series includes the following International Standards: ISO 2444 - Joints in building - Vocabulary; ISO 2445 - Joints in building - Fundamental principles for design. Gives a general check-list of functions of joints in building for use in their design.

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Outlines some basic principles for the design of joints in building. These principles fall under three main headings of properties: geometrical, structural and environmental properties of joints.

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This test method specifies methods for determining the fire resistance of cavity barriers and is to be used in conjunction with EN 1363-1.
This document is applicable to non-loadbearing vertically or horizontally oriented closed and open cavity barriers, which are used to provide fire separation to uncompartmented or ventilated spaces. Cavity barriers are designed to provide fire separating performance and the test method is therefore based on the standard room fire exposure in EN 1363-1. Open cavity barrier specimens are installed for test in one of two ways to simulate either normal or sudden exposure to fire in use.
Ventilating cavity barriers in facades, where the fire exposure comes as a result of a breaking window and allowing a developed fire to come into contact with the façade, shall be tested as prescribed in Annex D.
This document is not applicable to cavity barriers containing penetration seals, which shall be tested to EN 1366-3.

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This test method specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of cavity barriers and is to be used in conjunction with EN 1363 1.
This standard is applicable to non-loadbearing vertically or horizontally oriented closed and open cavity barriers, which are used to provide fire separation to uncompartmented or ventilated spaces. Cavity barriers are designed to provide fire separating performance and the test method is therefore based on the standard room fire exposure in EN 1363 1. Open cavity barrier specimens are installed for test in one of two ways to simulate slow or sudden exposure in use.
This standard is not applicable to cavity barriers containing penetration seals, which are to be tested in accordance with EN 1366 3.

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This test method specifies methods for determining the fire resistance of cavity barriers and is to be used in conjunction with EN 1363-1.
This document is applicable to non-loadbearing vertically or horizontally oriented closed and open cavity barriers, which are used to provide fire separation to uncompartmented or ventilated spaces. Cavity barriers are designed to provide fire separating performance and the test method is therefore based on the standard room fire exposure in EN 1363-1. Open cavity barrier specimens are installed for test in one of two ways to simulate either normal or sudden exposure to fire in use.
Ventilating cavity barriers in facades, where the fire exposure comes as a result of a breaking window and allowing a developed fire to come into contact with the façade, shall be tested as prescribed in Annex D.
This document is not applicable to cavity barriers containing penetration seals, which shall be tested to EN 1366-3.

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This test method specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of cavity barriers and is to be used in conjunction with EN 1363 1.
This standard is applicable to non-loadbearing vertically or horizontally oriented closed and open cavity barriers, which are used to provide fire separation to uncompartmented or ventilated spaces. Cavity barriers are designed to provide fire separating performance and the test method is therefore based on the standard room fire exposure in EN 1363 1. Open cavity barrier specimens are installed for test in one of two ways to simulate slow or sudden exposure in use.
This standard is not applicable to cavity barriers containing penetration seals, which are to be tested in accordance with EN 1366 3.

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Defines terms used to describe building joints, their constituent parts and their design in building construction. Cancels and replaces the first edition (ISO 2444-1974), of which it constitutes a minor revision.

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Defines terms used to describe building joints, their constituent parts and their design in building construction. Cancels and replaces the first edition (ISO 2444-1974), of which it constitutes a minor revision.

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