This document specifies a method for the evaluation of the fungal growth on sealants which are used in joints in building construction.

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This document covers the requirements for, and testing of sealants for use in one or more of the following applications:
a)   Manufacturing of insulating glass units where direct ultraviolet resistance and mechanical resistance (bonding use) of the insulating glass edge seal are required;
b)   Manufacturing of factory-made bonded sealant glazing elements when referred to by the relevant European Standards and/or European Technical Approval Guidelines;
c)   Assembling of glass products into or onto supports, where also direct ultraviolet resistance and/or mechanical resistance (bonding use) of the seal are required, under controlled environmental conditions as described in EN 13022-2.
This document covers the evaluation of conformity and the factory production control with respect to the production of sealants in conformity with this document.
This document describes the role of sealants that are in conformity with this document, with respect to sealing and bonding.
This document does not apply to sealants for the manufacture of insulating glass units where the seal is fully protected, i.e. by a frame, from ultraviolet radiation.

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This European Standard specifies procedures for assessment and verification of constancy of performance of sealants for non-structural use in joints in building construction and pedestrian walkways.

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This European Standard specifies definitions and requirements for non-structural elastic sealants used for sealing glazing in building construction applications.
It covers glazing joints from 7° horizontal. Main areas of application are:
-   glass to glass;
-   glass to frame;
-   glass to porous substrates.
Excluding aquariums, structural bonding/glazing, inner and outer seal to manufacture insulated glazing units, horizontal glazing (below 7°), organic glass (e.g. polycarbonate, PMMA, etc.).

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This European Standard specifies definitions and requirements for non-structural facade sealants intended for sealing exterior wall joints, window and door perimeter joints in building construction, including the interior face.
NOTE   Provisions on assessment and verification of constancy of performance - AVCP (i.e. Product type determination and Factory Production Control) and marking of these products are given in EN 15651-5.
This European Standard does not apply to non-structural sealants in any of non-paste form, to those used in interior walls and/or partitions and to oil-based mastics.

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This European Standard specifies definitions and requirements for cold applied non-structural elastic sealants used for movement joints in floors in building construction for interior and exterior use.
Areas of application are: floor joints designed for pedestrian walkways, public areas, movement joints between concrete slabs, areas with pedestrian load, areas used with trolleys, walkable floors, balconies, terraces, warehouses.
NOTE   Provisions on assessment and verification of constancy of performance - AVCP (i.e. Product type determination and Factory Production Control) and marking of these products are given in EN 15651-5.
Chemical containment, cold applied joint sealants for concrete pavements to be used in roads, airfields and sewage treatment plants, perimeter seals and seals in wood floors are excluded.
This European Standard does not apply to non-structural sealants in any of non-paste form, to those used in pedestrian walkways.

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This European Standard specifies definitions and requirements for sealants used for sealing of joints applied in sanitary areas in the interior of buildings exposed to non-pressurized water.
It covers joints in:
-   bathrooms;
-   toilets;
-   showers;
-   domestic kitchens;
-   prefabricated elements in sanitary areas (e.g. shower cubicles).
Industrial, drinking water, underwater (swimming pools, sewage systems, etc.), food contact applications and sealing of glass-ceramic cooktop panels (stove tops, ceramic hobs) are excluded from the scope.
This European Standard does not provide criteria or recommendations for the design of joints and installation of sealants in sanitary applications.
NOTE   Provisions on assessment and verification of constancy of performance - AVCP (i.e. Product type determination and Factory Production Control) and marking of these products are given in EN 15651-5.
This European Standard does not apply to non-structural sealants in any of non-paste form, to those used in sanitary joints and to oil-based mastics.

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ISO 8394-2 specifies a method for determining the extrudability of sealants independently of the package in which they are supplied.

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Corrigendum issued due to mistake from TC in Table ZA.1 (SV on 2017-06-02)

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This Technical Report provides guidance for CE marking and Declaration of Performance (DoP) for sealants for joints in building construction.

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ISO 8394-1:2010 specifies a method for determining the extrudability of sealants. The method is for use in testing the extrudability of a sealant.

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This European Standard covers the requirements for and testing of sealants for use in one or more of the following applications:
a)   Manufacturing of insulating glass units where ultra-violet resistance and/or mechanical resistance (structural use) of the insulating glass edge seal is required.
b)   Manufacturing of factory made structural sealant glazing elements when referred to by the relevant European Standards and/or European Technical Approval Guidelines.
c)   Assembling of glass products into or onto supports, where also ultra-violet resistance and/or mechanical resistance (structural use) of the seal is required, under controlled environmental conditions as described in Clause 5 of EN 13022-2: 2006.
NOTE 1   The required level of resistance to ultra-violet exposure will be dependent upon the degree of exposure to ultra-violet radiation.
NOTE 2   Only silicone based sealants are permitted for the applications a, b and c above.
d)   Manufacturing of insulating glass units where the outer seal of the insulating glass has no structural function and exposure to ultra-violet radiation is reduced for example either by:
i)   Use of glass components that decrease the ultra-violet radiation transmission, e.g. laminated glass with ultra-violet absorbing interlayer(s), screen enamelled printing, etc., or
ii)   Use of durable applied opaque surface coverings, e.g. metal components, etc.
NOTE    Dependent upon the amount of ultra-violet radiation exposure both organic and silicone based sealants are permitted.
This European Standard covers the evaluation of conformity and the factory production control with respect to the production of sealants in conformity with this standard.
This European Standard describes the role of sealants that are in conformity with this European Standard, with respect to sealing and bonding.

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This part of ISO 8394 specifies a method for determining the extrudability of sealants independently of the package in which they are supplied. It is not applicable to the classification of sealants.

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ISO 8394-2:2010 specifies a method for determining the extrudability of sealants independently of the package in which they are supplied. It is not applicable to the classification of sealants.

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This European Standard specifies procedures for evaluation of conformity, marking and labelling of non-structural sealants for joints in building construction according to EN 15651-1, EN 15651-2, EN 15651-3 or EN 15651-4 dealing with sealants for non-structural use in joints in building construction and pedestrian walkways.

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This European Standard specifies definitions and requirements for cold applied non-structural elastic sealants used for movement joints in floors in building construction for interior and exterior use.
Areas of application are: floor joints designed for pedestrian walkways, public areas, movement joints between concrete slabs, areas with pedestrian load, areas used with trolleys, walkable floors, balconies, terraces, warehouses.
NOTE   Provisions on evaluation of conformity (i.e. Initial Type Testing and Factory Production Control) and marking of these products are given in EN 15651-5.
Chemical containment, cold applied joint sealants for concrete pavements to be used in roads, airfields and sewage treatment plants, perimeter seals are excluded.
This European Standard does not apply to non-structural sealants in any of non-paste form, to those used in pedestrian walkways.

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This European Standard specifies definitions and requirements for sealants used for sealing of joints applied in sanitary areas in the interior of buildings exposed to non-pressurised water.
It covers joints in:
-   bathrooms;
-   toilets;
-   showers;
-   domestic kitchens.
Industrial, drinking water, underwater (swimming pools, sewage systems, etc.) and food contact applications are excluded from the scope.
This European Standard does not provide criteria or recommendations for the design of joints and installation of sealants in sanitary applications.
NOTE   Provisions on evaluation of conformity (i.e. Initial Type Testing and Factory Production Control) and marking of these products are given in EN 15651-5.
This European Standard does not apply to non-structural sealants in any of non-paste form, to those used in sanitary joints and to oil-based mastics.

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This European Standard specifies definitions and requirements for non-structural facade sealants intended for sealing exterior wall joints, window and door perimeter joints in building construction, including the interior face.
NOTE   Provisions on evaluation of conformity (i.e. Initial Type Testing and Factory Production Control) and marking of these products are given in EN 15651-5.
This European Standard does not apply to non-structural sealants in any of non-paste form, to those used in internal walls and/or partitions and to oil-based mastics.

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This European Standard specifies definitions and requirements for non-structural elastic sealants used for sealing glazing in building construction applications.
It covers glazing joints from 7° horizontal. Main areas of application are:
-   glass to glass;
-   glass to frame;
-   glass to porous substrates.
Excluding aquariums, structural bonding/glazing, inner and outer seal to manufacture insulated glazing units, horizontal glazing (below 7°), organic glass (e.g. polycarbonate, PMMA, etc.).

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This document specifies definitions and requirements for sealants used for sealing of joints applied in sanitary areas in the interior of buildings exposed to non-pressurized water.
It covers joints in:
-   bathrooms;
-   toilets;
-   showers;
-   domestic kitchens.
Industrial, drinking water, underwater (swimming pools, sewage systems, etc.) and food contact applications are excluded from the scope.
This document does not provide criteria or recommendations for the design of joints and installation of sealants in sanitary applications.
NOTE   Provisions on evaluation of conformity (i.e. Initial Type Testing and Factory Production Control) and marking of these products are given in EN 15651-5.
This document does not apply to non-structural sealants in any of non-paste form, to those used in sanitary joints.

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This document specifies definitions and requirements for non-structural elastic sealants used for sealing glazing in building construction applications.
It covers glazing joints from 7° horizontal. Main areas of application are:
-   glass to glass;
-   glass to frame;
-   glass to porous substrates.
Excluding aquariums, structural bonding/glazing, inner and outer seal to manufacture insulated glazing units, horizontal glazing (below 7°), organic glass (e.g. polycarbonate, PMMA, etc.).

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This document specifies definitions and requirements for non-structural facade sealants intended for sealing exterior wall joints, window and door perimeter joints in building construction, including the interior face.
NOTE   Provisions on evaluation of conformity (i.e. Initial Type Testing and Factory Production Control) and marking of these products are given in EN 15651-5.
This document does not apply to non-structural sealants in any of non-paste form, to those used in internal walls and/or partitions and to oil-based mastics.

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This document specifies definitions and requirements for cold applied non-structural elastic sealants used for movement joints in floors in building construction for interior and exterior use.
Areas of application are: floor joints designed for pedestrian walkways, public areas, movement joints between concrete slabs, areas with pedestrian load, areas used with trolleys, walkable floors, balconies, terraces, warehouses.
NOTE   Provisions on evaluation of conformity (i.e. Initial Type Testing and Factory Production Control) and marking of these products are given in EN 15651-5.
Chemical containment, cold applied joint sealants for concrete pavements to be used in roads, airfields and sewage treatment plants, perimeter seals are excluded.

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This European Standard specifies procedures for evaluation of conformity, marking and labelling of non-structural sealants for joints in building construction according to EN 15651-1, EN 15651-2, EN 15651-3 or EN 15651-4 dealing with sealants for non-structural use in joints in building construction and pedestrian walkways.

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