Cement - Part 1: Composition, specifications and conformity criteria for common cements; Amendment A2 (Sulfate resisting cement)
A2 of EN 197-1 defines and gives the specifications of 7 sulfate resisting common cements and their constituents.The 7 products in the family of the sulfate resisting common cements are as follows: CEM I (3 types) , CEM III/B , CEM III/C , CEM IV/A and CEM IV/B.
Zement - Teil 1: Zusammensetzung, Anforderungen und Konformitätskriterien von Normalzement; Änderung A2 ( Zement mit hohem Sulfatwiderstand)
Ciment - Partie 1: Composition, spécifications et critères de conformité des ciments courants; Amendement A2 (Ciment résistant aux sulfates)
Ajouter (la modification est soulignée) :
L’EN 197-1 définit et présente les spécifications de 27 ciments courants différents et de 7 ciments courants résistant aux sulfates ainsi que de leurs constituants. La définition de chaque ciment inclut les proportions dans lesquelles les constituants doivent être associés pour produire ces produits différents dans une plage de six classes de résistance. La définition comporte également des exigences que les constituants doivent satisfaire ainsi que les exigences mécaniques, physiques et chimiques applicables à ces produits et aux classes de résistance. L’EN 197-1 établit également les critères de conformité et les règles correspondantes. En outre, il est fait référence aux exigences portant sur la durabilité.
Outre les ciments résistant aux sulfates définis dans le présent document, il a été localement démontré que d’autres ciments conformes soit à l’EN 197-1 soit à des normes nationales ont des propriétés de résistance aux sulfates. Ces ciments peuvent être utilisés dans des environnements sulfatiques agressifs si les dispositions nationales en vigueur sur le site de construction l’autorisent. Ces ciments peuvent ne pas porter le marquage CE relatif à leur propriété de résistance aux sulfates.
NOTE 1 En plus de ces exigences, il peut s’avérer utile que le fabricant et l’utilisateur du ciment échangent des informations complémentaires. Les procédures afférentes à un tel échange ne sont pas du domaine d’application de l’EN 197-1, mais il convient qu’elles soient traitées conformément aux normes ou règlements nationaux ; elles peuvent également faire l’objet d’un accord entre les parties concernées.
NOTE 2 Sauf spécification contraire, le mot «ciment» est uniquement utilisé dans l’EN 197-1 pour qualifier les ciments courants.
Cement - 1. del: Sestava, zahteve in merila skladnosti za običajne cemente - Dopolnilo A2 (Sulfatnoodporni cement)
Standards Content (sample)
SIST EN 197-1:2001/oprA2:2006
Cement - Part 1: Composition, specifications and conformity criteria for common
cements; Amendment A2 (Sulfate resisting cement)
Zement - Teil 1: Zusammensetzung, Anforderungen und Konformitätskriterien von
Normalzement; Änderung A2 ( Zement mit hohem Sulfatwiderstand)
Ciment - Partie 1: Composition, spécifications et criteres de conformité des cimentscourants; Amendement A2 (Ciment résistant aux sulfates)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 197-1:2000/prA2
91.100.10 Cement. Mavec. Apno. Malta Cement. Gypsum. Lime.
SIST EN 197-1:2001/oprA2:2006 en
2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.---------------------- Page: 1 ----------------------
Cement - Part 1: Composition, specifications and conformity
criteria for common cements; Amendment A2 (Sulfate resisting
Zement - Teil 1: Zusammensetzung, Anforderungen und
Konformitätskriterien von Normalzement; Änderung A2 (
Zement mit hohem Sulfatwiderstand)
This draft amendment is submitted to CEN members for enquiry. It has been drawn up by the Technical Committee CEN/TC 51.
This draft amendment A2, if approved, will modify the European Standard EN 197-1:2000. If this draft becomes an amendment, CEN
members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for inclusion of this amendmentinto the relevant national standard without any alteration.
This draft amendment was established by CEN in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made
by translation under the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the Management Centre has the same statusas the official versions.
CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,
Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania,Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.
Recipients of this draft are invited to submit, with their comments, notification of any relevant patent rights of which they are aware and toprovide supporting documentation.
Warning : This document is not a European Standard. It is distributed for review and comments. It is subject to change without notice andshall not be referred to as a European Standard.
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EN 197-1:2000/prA2:2006 (E)
This document (EN 197-1:2000/prA2:2006) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 51 “Cement andbuilding limes”, the secretariat of which is held by IBN.
This document is currently submitted to the CEN Enquiry.
This document has been prepared under a mandate given to CEN by the European Commission and the EuropeanFree Trade Association, and supports essential requirements of EU Directive(s).
For relationship with EU Directive(s), see informative Annex ZA, which is an integral part of this document.
This Amendment extends the European Standard EN 197-1:2000 to cover the optional property of sulfate
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EN 197-1:2000/prA2:2006 (E)
The numbering of the clauses refers to EN 197-1:2000.
Add (modification is underlined):
The amendment A2:2006 contained the sulfate resisting common cements.
In view of the large number of different cements involved, it was considered necessary to separate the “common
cements” from special cements i.e. those with additional or special properties. The purpose of EN 197-1 is to
specify the composition, requirements and conformity criteria for the common cements. This includes all common
cements and common cements with adequate sulfate resistance which are described by the respective national
standardisation bodies within CEN as traditional and well tried. Types based on composition and a classification
based on strength have been introduced in order to take into account the different cements included. The
hardening of these cements mainly depends on the hydration of calcium silicates. Common cements with special
properties as well as cements with different hardening processes will be included in further parts of this EuropeanStandard or in further European Standards respectively.
The requirements in EN 197-1 are based on the results of tests on cement in accordance with EN 196-1, -2, -3, -5,
-6, -7, -8, and -9. The scheme for the evaluation of conformity of common cements and common cements withadequate sulfate resistance is specified in EN 197-2.
In order to find out whether cement with high sulfate resistance should be taken into account in EN 197-1, there
was an investigation within CEN/TC 51 comprising all national specifications and recommendations in theEuropean Union. The review of these investigations led to the following results:
- A wide variety of cements have been classified in the EU Member States as sulfate resisting. This is due to the
different geographical and climatic conditions under which sulfate attacks on mortar and concrete occur at the
place of use and the traditionally different rules governing the production and use of sulfate resistant mortars andconcretes.
- Sulfate resistance is an additional property and therefore sulfate resisting cements have first to comply with the
requirements of the standards which define the product, e. g. EN 197-1 for common cements.
- The additional requirements to be met by the nationally specified sulfate resisting cements refer to selected
characteristics for which the required limit values are more stringent than those for common cements.
- Having satisfied the local requirements for various cement types many countries apply further restrictions to the
production of concrete to be used in a sulfate environment, such as minimum cement contents and/or maximum
water/cement ratio that vary depending on the cement type and the type and intensity of the sulfate conditions.
Based on the above results common cement types to be harmonized on European level have been chosen. The
predominant part of the common cements with high sulfate resistance in the market is covered by this selection. It
was not possible to take into account national local particularities the use of which is laid down within nationalapplication rules and regulations/provisions.
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EN 197-1:2000/prA2:2006 (E)
Add (modification is underlined):
EN 197-1 defines and gives the specifications of 27 distinct common cement products and 7 sulfate resisting
common cements and their constituents. The definition of each cement includes the proportions in which the
constituents are to be combined to produce these distinct products in a range of six strength classes. The definition
also includes requirements the constituents have to meet and the mechanical, physical and chemical requirements
of these products and strength classes. EN 197-1 also states the conformity criteria and the related rules.Necessary durability requirements are also given.
In addition to those sulfate resisting cements defined in the present document, other cements conforming either to
EN 197-1 or to national standards have been locally demonstrated to have sulfate resisting properties. These
cements may be used in sulfate aggressive environments if permitted in national provisions valid in the place of the
construction site. These cements may not bear the CE Marking for their sulfate resistance property.
NOTE 1 In addition to the specified requirements, an exchange of additional information between the cement manufacturer
and user may be helpful. The procedures for such an exchange are not within the scope of EN 197-1 but should be dealt with in
accordance with national standards or regulations or may be agreed between the parties concerned.
NOTE 2 The word “cement” in EN 197-1 is used to refer only to common cements unless otherwise specified.3 Definition
Sulfate resisting common cement
Common cement which fulfills the requirements to sulfate resisting properties according to this amendment of EN197-1
5.2.1 Portland cement clinker (K)
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Sulfate resisting common cement shall fulfill additional requirements to the tricalcium aluminate C A content of theclinker (see 7.4.1).
The tricalcium aluminate content of the clinker shall be calculated by equation as follows:C A = 2,65 A – 1,69 F
A is the percentage of aluminium oxide (Al O ) by mass of the clinker as determined in accordance with EN 196-2 3
F is the percentage of iron (III) oxide (Fe O ) by mass of the clinker as determined in accordance with EN 196-2.2 3
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EN 197-1:2000/prA2:2006 (E)
6 Composition and notation
Add (the title):
6.1 Composition and notation of common cements
6.2 Composition and notation of sulfate resisting common cements (SR-Cements)
The 7 products in the family of the sulfate resisting common cements, covered by EN 197-1 are given in Table 1.1.They are grouped into three main cement types as follows:
CEM I…-SR 0 Sulfate Resisting Portland Cement (C A content of the clinker = 0 %)
CEM I…-SR 3 Sulfate Resisting Portland Cement (C A content of the clinker ≤ 3 %)
CEM I…-SR 5 Sulfate Resisting Portland Cement (C A content of the clinker ≤ 5 %) CEM III/B…-SR S
Sulfate Resisting Blastfurnace Cement
CEM III/C…-SR S
CEM IV/A…-SR P
Sulfate Resisting Pozzolanic Cement
CEM IV/B…-SR P
The composition of each of the 7 products in the family of the sulfate resisting common cements shall be in
accordance with Table 1.1. The cement type notation shall be in accordance with the requirements of EN 197-1with additionally notation by SR 0, SR 3, SR 5, SR S and SR P.
Table 1.1 — The 7 products in the family of sulfate resisting common cements
Composition (percentage by mass )
Notation of the
5 products Main constituents
(types of sulfate resisting common
Clinker Blastfurnace Pozzolana Siliceous fly
Slag Natural ash Constituents
K S P V