This European Standard specifies requirements for the suitability for use of supported and unsupported glass products for use in Structural Sealant Glazing (SSG) applications. Four schematic drawings of SSG systems are shown in Figure 1 and three section drawings of an SSG type II system are shown in Figure 2 for illustration purposes. This European Standard on glass products is considered as a supplement to the requirements specified in the corresponding standards with regard to verifying the suitability for use in SSG systems.
Only soda lime silicate glasses are taken into consideration in this European Standard.
Plastic glazing is excluded from the scope of this European Standard.
Any glass products meeting the requirements of this European Standard are suitable for use in SSG systems as defined in ETAG 002 ) Structural sealant glazing system.
All glass products are installed and bonded into the support under controlled environmental conditions as described in Clause 5 of FprEN 13022-2:20131.
When the outer seal of the insulating glass unit has a structural function and/or is exposed to UV radiation without any protection, only silicone based sealant are permitted in the construction of the unit.

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This European Standard deals with the assembling and bonding of glass elements in a frame, window, door or curtain walling construction, or directly into the building by means of structural bonding of the glass element into or onto framework or directly into the building.
It gives information to the assembler to enable him to organize his work and comply with requirements regarding quality control.
Structural sealant glazing can be incorporated into the façades (curtain walls, doors and windows) or roofs as follows:
-   either vertically; or
-   up to 7° from the horizontal, i.e. 83° from the vertical.
This European Standard only deals with the bonding to glass surfaces, i.e. coated or uncoated or enamelled, and metallic surfaces, i.e. aluminium (anodised or coated), stainless steel, as considered in G.2 of EN 15434:2006+A1:2010.

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This European Standard covers the evaluation of conformity and the factory production control of sealant for the intrinsic capabilities when intended to apply for:
   manufacturing of insulating glass units where ultra-violet resistance and/or mechanical resistance (structural use) of the insulating glass edge seal is required:
   required level of resistance to UV exposure will depend on the degree of exposure to UV radiation with or without protection;
   when the outer seal of the insulating glass has a structural function and/or is exposed to the UV radiation without any protection, only silicone based sealants are permitted;
   when the outer seal of the insulating glass has no structural function and is protected from direct exposure to UV radiation, organic and silicone based sealants are permitted;
   manufacturing of factory made structural sealant glazing elements when referred to by the relevant European Standards and ETAGs.
   Only silicone based sealants are permitted;
   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.
   Only silicone based sealants are permitted.
This European Standard also specifies requirements concerning seals and bonds of sealant in conformity with this European Standard.
   When bonding of sealant to a non-glass substrate is tested, the substrate, which means the material, its treatment and its preparations for bonding, as applied or to be applied on the work is used in testing (coating of coated glass is considered as a non-glass substrate).
This European Standard contains other aspects of importance of trade.

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This European Standard deals with the assembling and bonding of glass elements in a frame, window, door or curtain walling construction, or directly into the building by means of structural bonding of the glass element into or onto framework or directly into the building.
It gives information to the assembler to enable him to organise his work and comply with requirements regarding quality control.
Structural sealant glazing can be incorporated into the façade as follows:
-   either vertically; or
-   up to 7° from the horizontal, i.e. 83o from the vertical..
This European Standard only deals with the bonding to glass surfaces, i.e. coated or uncoated, and metallic surfaces, i.e. aluminium (anodized or coated), stainless steel, as considered in clause G.2 of EN 15434.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the suitability for use of supported and unsupported glass products for use in "Structural Sealant Glazing" (SSG) applications. This European Standard on glass products is considered as a supplement to the requirements specified in the corresponding standards with regard to verifying the suitability for use in SSG systems.
Only soda lime silicate glasses are taken into consideration in this European Standard.
Plastic glazing is excluded from the scope of this European Standard.
Any glass products meeting the requirements of this European Standard are suitable for use in SSG systems as defined in ETAG 002 ) "Structural sealant glazing system".
All glass products are installed and bonded into the support under controlled environmental conditions as described in Clause 5 of EN 13022-2:2006.
When the outer seal of the insulating glass unit has a structural function and/or is exposed to UV radiation without any protection, only silicone based sealant are permitted in the construction of the unit.

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This European Standard deals with the assembling and bonding of glass elements in a frame, window, door or curtain walling construction, or directly into the building by means of structural bonding of the glass element into or onto framework or directly into the building.
It gives information to the assembler to enable him to organise his work and comply with requirements regarding quality control.
Structural sealant glazing can be incorporated into the façade as follows:
-   either vertically; or
-   up to 7° from the horizontal, i.e. 83o from the vertical..
This European Standard only deals with the bonding to glass surfaces, i.e. coated or uncoated, and metallic surfaces, i.e. aluminium (anodized or coated), stainless steel, as considered in clause G.2 of EN 15434.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the suitability for use of supported and unsupported glass products for use in "Structural Sealant Glazing" (SSG) applications. Four schematic drawings of SSG systems are shown in Figure 1 and three section drawings of an SSG type II system are shown in Figure 2 for illustration purposes. This European Standard on glass products is considered as a supplement to the requirements specified in the corresponding standards with regard to verifying the suitability for use in SSG systems.
Only soda lime silicate glasses are taken into consideration in this European Standard.
Plastic glazing is excluded from the scope of this European Standard.
Any glass products meeting the requirements of this European Standard are suitable for use in SSG systems as defined in ETAG 002 ) "Structural sealant glazing system".
All glass products are installed and bonded into the support under controlled environmental conditions as described in Clause 5 of EN 13022-2:2006.
When the outer seal of the insulating glass unit has a structural function and/or is exposed to UV radiation without any protection, only silicone based sealant are permitted in the construction of the unit.

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This European Standard deals with the assembling and bonding of glass elements in a frame, window, door or curtain walling construction, or directly into the building by means of structural bonding of the glass element into or onto framework or directly into the building.
It gives information to the assembler to enable him to organise his work and comply with requirements regarding quality control.
Structural sealant glazing can be incorporated into the façade as follows:
·   either vertically; or
·   up to 7° from the horizontal, i.e. 83o from the vertical..
This European Standard only deals with the bonding to glass surfaces, i.e. coated or uncoated, and metallic surfaces, i.e. aluminium (anodized or coated), stainless steel, as considered in clause G.2 of EN 15434.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the suitability for use of supported and unsupported glass products for use in “Structural Sealant Glazing” (SSG) applications. Four schematic drawings of SSG systems are shown in Figure 1 and three section drawings of an SSG type II system are shown in Figure 2 for illustration purposes. This European Standard on glass products is considered as a supplement to the requirements specified in the corresponding standards with regard to verifying the suitability for use in SSG systems.
Only soda lime silicate glasses are taken into consideration in this European Standard.
Plastic glazing is excluded from the scope of this European Standard.
Any glass products meeting the requirements of this European Standard are suitable for use in SSG systems as defined in ETAG 002 ) “Structural sealant glazing system”.
All glass products are installed and bonded into the support under controlled environmental conditions as described in Clause 5 of EN 13022-2:2006.
When the outer seal of the insulating glass unit has a structural function and/or is exposed to UV radiation without any protection, only silicone based sealant are permitted in the construction of the unit.

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This European Standard covers the evaluation of conformity and the factory production control of sealant for the intrinsic capabilities when intended to apply for:
¾   insulating glass units to assemble there where ultra-violet resistance and/or mechanical resistance (structural use) of the insulating glass edge seal is required:
¾   required level of resistance to UV exposure will depend on the degree of exposure to UV radiation with or without protection;
¾   when the outer seal of the insulating glass has a structural function and/or is exposed to the UV radiation without any protection, only silicone based sealants are permitted;
¾   when the outer seal of the insulating glass has no structural function and is protected from direct exposure to UV radiation, organic and silicone based sealants are permitted;
¾   manufacturing of factory made structural sealant glazing elements when referred to by the relevant European Standards and ETAGs.
   Only silicone based sealants are permitted;
¾   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.
   Only silicone based sealants are permitted.
This European Standard also specifies requirements concerning seals and bonds of sealant in conformity with this European Standard.
¾   When bonding of sealant to a non-glass substrate is tested, the substrate, which means the material, its treatment and its preparations for bonding, as applied or to be applied on the work is used in testing (coating of coated glass is considered as a non-glass substrate).
This European Standard contains other aspects of importance of trade.

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