Ceramic tiles - Part 3: Determination of water absorption, apparent porosity, apparent relative density and bulk density (ISO 10545-3:1995, including Technical Corrigendum 1:1997)

Contains minor amendments in subclause 3.10 and subclause 5.1.2.

Keramische Fliesen und Platten - Teil 3: Bestimmung von Wasseraufnahme, offener Porosität, scheinbarer relativer Dichte und Rohdichte (ISO 10545-3:1995, einschließlich Technische Korrektur 1:1997)

Dieser Teil von ISO 10545 legt ein Prüfverfahren fest, um die Wasseraufnahme, die offene Porosität, die scheinbare relative Dichte und die Rohdichte von keramischen Fliesen und Platten zu bestimmen. Zwei Verfahren stehen zur Ver- fügung, met denen das Eindringen von Wasser in die offenen Poren der Proben ermittelt wird: Kochen und Eintauchen unter Vakuum. Durch Kochen werden nur die leicht zu füllenden offenen Poren getränkt; durch das Vakuum-Verfahren werden fast alle offenen Poren gefüllt.

Carreaux et dalles céramiques - Partie 3: Détermination de l'absorption d'eau, de la porosité ouverte, de la densité relative apparente et de la masse volumique globale (ISO 10545-3:1995, Rectificatif Technique 1:1997 inclus)

La présente partie de l'ISO 10545 prescrit des méthodes pour la détermination de l'absorption d'eau, la porosité ouverte, la densité relative apparente et la masse volumique globale des carreaux céramiques. Il y a deux façons de réaliser l'imprégnation d'eau des pores ouverts des échantillons: par ébullition ou par immersion sous vide. La méthode par ébullition doit être utilisée pour la classification et la caractérisation des carreaux. La méthode sous vide doit être utilisée pour déterminer la porosité ouverte, la densité relative apparente et l'absorption d'eau. Cette dernière méthode ne doit pas, dans ce cas, être employée pour la classification des carreaux.

Keramične ploščice - 3. del: Ugotavljanje vpijanja vode, navidezne poroznosti, navidezne relativne gostote in prostorninske mase

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Ceramic tiles - Part 3: Determination of water absorption, apparent porosity, apparent

relative density and bulk density (ISO 10545-3:1995, including Technical Corrigendum

1:1997)
Keramische Fliesen und Platten - Teil 3: Bestimmung von Wasseraufnahme, offener

Porosität, scheinbarer relativer Dichte und Rohdichte (ISO 10545-3:1995, einschließlich

Technische Korrektur 1:1997)

Carreaux et dalles céramiques - Partie 3: Détermination de l'absorption d'eau, de la

porosité ouverte, de la densité relative apparente et de la masse volumique globale (ISO

10545-3:1995, Rectificatif Technique 1:1997 inclus)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN ISO 10545-3:1997
ICS:
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SIST EN ISO 10545-3:1998 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN ISO 10545-3:1998
ISO
INTERNATIONAL
10545-3
STANDARD
First edition
1995-1 l-l 5
Ceramic tiles -
Part 3:
Determination of water absorption, apparent
porosity, apparent relative density and bulk
density
Carreaux et dalles c&amiques -
Partie 3: Determination de I ’absorption d ’eau, de Ia porositk ouverte, de Ia
densite relative apparente et de Ia masse volumique globale
Reference number
ISO 10545-3:1995(E)
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SIST EN ISO 10545-3:1998
ISO 10545=3:1995(E)
Foreword
ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide
federation of national Standards bodies (ISO member bodies). The work
of preparing International Standards is normally carried out through ISO
technical committees. Esch member body interested in a subject for
which a technical committee has been established has the right to be
represented on that committee. International organizations, governmental
and non-governmental, in liaison with ISO, also take patt in the work. ISO
collaborates closely with the International Electrotechnical Commission
(IEC) on all matters of electrotechnical standardization.
Draft International Standards adopted by the technical committees are
circulated to the member bodies for voting. Publication as an International
Standard requires approval by at least 75 % of the member bodies casting
a vote.
International Standard ISO 10545-3 was prepared by Technical Committee
lSO/TC 189, Ceramic tile.
ISO 10545 consists of the following Parts, under the general title Ceramic
tiles:
- Part 1: Sampling and basis for acceptance
- Part 2: Determination of dimensions and surface quality
- Part 3: Determination of water absorption, apparent porosity, appar-
en t relative density and bulk density
- Part 4: Determination of modulus of rupture and breaking strength
- Part 5: Determination of impact resistance by measurement of co-
efficient of restitution
- Part 6: De fermination of resistance to deep abrasion for unglazed
tiles
- Part 7: Determination of resistance to surface abrasion for glazed
tiles
- Part 8: Determination of linear thermal expansion
0 ISO 1995

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SIST EN ISO 10545-3:1998
0 ISO ISO 10545=3:1995(E)
- Part 9: Determination of resistance to thermal shock
- Part IO: Determination of moisture expansion
- Part ? 1: Determination of crazing resistance for glazed tiles
- Part 12: Determination of frost resistance
- Part 13: Determination of Chemical resistance
- Part 14: Determination of resistance to stains
.iles
- Part 15: Determination of lead and Cadmium given off by glazed f
- Part 16: Determination of small colour differentes
- Part 7 7: Determination of coefficien t of friction
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD 0 ISO ISO 10545=3:1995(E)
Ceramic tiles -
Part 3:
Determination of water absorption, apparent porosity,
apparent relative density and bulk density
3.2 Heating apparatus, constructed of suitable
1 Scope
inert material, in which boiling takes place.
This patt of ISO 10545 specifies methods for deter-
mining water absorption, apparent porosity, apparent
3.3 Source of heat.
relative density and bulk density of ceramic tiles.
3.4 Balance, accurate to 0,Ol % of the mass of a
There are two methods of obtaining impregnation
test specimen.
with water of the samples’ open pores: boiling and
immersion under vacuum. Boiling will impregnate
3.5 Deionized or distilled water.
open pores that are easily fillable; the vacuum method
fills almost all the open pores.
3.6 Desiccator.
The boiling method shall be used for classification of
tiles and product specifications. The vacuum method
3.7 Chamois leather.
shall be used for apparent porosity, apparent relative
density and water absorption for purposes other than
3.8 Wire loop, halter or basket, capable of sup-
classification.
porting specimens under water for making suspended
mass measurements.
2 Principle
3.9 Glass beaker, or similar Container of size and
shape such that the Sample, when suspended from
Impregnation of dry tiles with water and then sus-
the balance (3.4) by the wire loop (3.8), is completely
Pension in water. Calculation of the listed properties
immersed in water, with the test specimen and the
using the relationships between the dry, saturated
wire loop being completely free of contact with any
and suspended masses.
part of the Container.
3.10 Vacuum chamber and vacuum System, of
sufficient capacity to accommodate the required
3 Apparatus
number of test specimens and achieve and hold a
vacuum of (100 & 1) kPa for 30 min.
3.1 Drying oven, capable of being operated at
(110 + 5) “C.
4 Test specimens
Microwave, infrared or other drying Systems may be

used provided that it has been determined that the 4.1 A Sample of each type of ti

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