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ASTM C636 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR INSTALLATION OF METAL CEILING SUSPENSION SYSTEMS FOR ACOUSTICAL TILE AND LAY-IN PANELS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2004-04-01
Description: While the practices described in this document have equal application to rated fire-resistive suspension systems, additional requirements may have been imposed to obtain the fire endurance classification of particular floor-ceiling or roof-ceiling assemblies. These details should be obtained from the manufacturers.
ASTM C636/C636M - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR INSTALLATION OF METAL CEILING SUSPENSION SYSTEMS FOR ACOUSTICAL TILE AND LAY-IN PANELS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-04-01
Description: While the practices described in this document have equal application to rated fire-resistive suspension systems, additional requirements may have been imposed to obtain the fire endurance classification of particular floor-ceiling or roofceiling assemblies. These details should be obtained from the manufacturers.
DS/EN 12004 - ADHESIVES FOR TILES - REQUIREMENTS, EVALUATION OF CONFORMITY, CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGNATION Organization: DS
Date: 2007-09-07
Description: This European Standard is applicable to ceramic tile adhesives for internal and external tile installations on walls, floors and ceilings. This standard gives the terminology concerning the products, working methods, application properties, etc, for ceramic tile adhesives.
DS/EN 12004/ZA - ADHESIVES FOR TILES - REQUIREMENTS, EVALUATION OF CONFORMITY, CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGNATION Organization: DS
Date: 2008-02-01
Description: This European Standard is applicable to ceramic tile adhesives for internal and external tile installations on walls, floors and ceilings. This standard gives the terminology concerning the products, working methods, application properties, etc, for ceramic tile adhesives.
AENOR - UNE-EN 12004 - ADHESIVES FOR TILES - REQUIREMENTS, EVALUATION OF CONFORMITY, CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGNATION Organization: AENOR
Date: 2008-05-21
Description: This European Standard is applicable to ceramic tile adhesives for internal and external tile installations on walls, floors and ceilings. This standard gives the terminology concerning the products, working methods, application properties, etc, for ceramic tile adhesives.
UL 1683 OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR ELECTRIC HEATING PRODUCTS FOR INSTALLATION UNDER FLOOR COVERINGS - ISSUE 2 Organization: UL
Date: 2013-09-20
Description: These requirements do not cover the following: a) Heating products connected to the supply by use of a flexible cord with attachment plug; b) Heating products that are movable after installation; c) Heating products with integral means of producing air flow; d) Heating products manufactured and sold as an integral part of a floor covering materials such as heated floor tiles, heated carpet, and heated laminate floor; e) Heating products intended for use outdoors; f) Heating products intended for installation on, in, or above a ceiling; g) Heating products intended for installation in or under a concrete subfloor; h) Heating products intended for installation under a wood subfloor; i) Heating products employing self-regulating or positive temperature coefficient (PTC) heater design; and j) Flexible film-type products not embedded, and installed directly in contact with rigid or flexible floor coverings.
ARMY - UFGS-09 68 00 - CARPETING Organization: ARMY
Date: 2016-08-01
Description: NOTE: This guide specification covers the requirements for broadloom carpet, modular tile carpet, and entrance carpet This section is intended for floor coverings only, and should not be used to specify carpeting installed on wall or ceiling surfaces. Where carpeting is to be used on surfaces other than floors, refer to Section 09 72 00 WALLCOVERINGS.
DOL - FED OSHA 3096 - ASBESTOS STANDARD FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY Organization: DOL
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: Introdution In the construction industry, asbestos is found in installed products such as sprayed-on fireproofing, pipe insulation, floor tiles, cement pipe and sheet, roofing felts and shingles, ceiling tiles, fire-resistant drywall, drywall joint compounds, and acoustical products.
NASA-LLIS-5216 - LESSONS LEARNED – PRE-TASK BRIEFINGS TO IMPROVE SAFETY / LADDER FALL INCIDENT Organization: NASA
Date: 2011-03-21
Description: The technician moved a ceiling tile in order to view the area above the ceiling. After finishing the inspection of the above-the-ceiling area, the technician began descending the ladder.
UL 1693 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ELECTRIC RADIANT HEATING PANELS AND HEATING PANEL SETS - THIRD EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING OCTOBER 14, 2011 Organization: UL
Date: 2010-09-13
Description: These requirements do not cover the following: a) Heating equipment connected to the supply by use of a flexible cord with attachment plug; b) Heating equipment that is movable after installation; c) Heating equipment with integral means of producing air flow; d) Heating equipment manufactured and sold as an integral part of a floor or ceiling covering materials such as heated floor tiles, heated carpet, and heated laminate floor; e) Heating equipment exceeding 355 W/m2(33 W/ft2) when installed in concrete or poured masonry; f) Electric Space-Heating Cables of Article 424 Part V of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70; g) Heating panels and panel sets for mounted directly underfloor coverings in accordance with 424.99 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70; and h) Radiant heating panels intended to be installed in a dropped or suspended ceiling.
VDI 2585 - EMISSION CONTROL - CERAMIC INDUSTRY Organization: VDI
Date: 2006-02-01
Description: Scope of validity The guideline is applicable to plants for the production of ceramic raw materials and products such as: • clay bricks, ceiling bricks and roof tiles • clinkers and floor clinkers as well as other brick products (e.g. drain pipes and cable manhole covers) • ceramic tiles and slabs as well as split tiles • stoneware pipes and fittings • refractory bricks (i.e. made of chamotte, quartzite, bauxite, magnesite, dolomite, ferrous chromate) • tableware, artificial and ornamental porcelain/ stoneware • sanitary and clay ware • technical ceramics, e.g. machine construction, electrical and chemical engineering • abrasives (in bulk, on bedding layers, grinding tools) • expanded clay Emission related environmental effects into air, water and soil are considered in the following in an integrated view (compare IPPC Directive [G15]).
ISO 22262-2 - AIR QUALITY - BULK MATERIALS - PART 2: QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF ASBESTOS BY GRAVIMETRIC AND MICROSCOPICAL METHODS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2014-09-01
Description: This part of ISO 22262 is applicable to the quantitative analysis of: a) any material for which the estimate of asbestos mass fraction obtained using ISO 22262-1 is deemed to be of insufficient precision to reliably classify the regulatory status of the material, or for which it is considered necessary to obtain further evidence to demonstrate the absence of asbestos; b) resilient floor tiles, asphaltic materials, roofing felts and any other materials in which asbestos is embedded in an organic matrix; c) wall and ceiling plasters, with or without aggregate; d) mineral products such as wollastonite, dolomite, calcite, talc or vermiculite, and commercial products containing these minerals.
ASHRAE - OR-10-005 - HIGH DENSITY COOLING SOLUTIONS-TAKING IT TO THE NEXT LEVEL: THE COLD AISLE CONTAINMENT ALTERNATIVE Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: Improved cable management and control and use of under floor and overhead ceiling spaces can also stretch these resources.
UL 1673 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ELECTRIC SPACE HEATING CABLES - THIRD EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING OCTOBER 14, 2011 Organization: UL
Date: 2010-09-13
Description: These requirements do not cover the following: a) Heating cable intended to be installed in a dropped or suspended ceiling; b) Heating cable connected to the supply by use of a flexible cord with attachment plug; c) Heating cable equipment that is movable after installation; d) Heating equipment with integral means of producing air flow; e) Heating equipment manufactured and sold as an integral part of a floor covering materials such as heated floor tiles, heated carpet, and heated laminate floor; f) Heating equipment intended for installation on dry board or plaster, when heating equipment exceeds 2-3/4 W/ft (9 W/m) and/or with adjacent runs intended to be installed less than 1.5 inches (38 mm) on center; g) Constant wattage heating cable intended for installation in concrete or poured masonry floors with heating leads rated greater than 16-1/2 W/ft (54 W/m); and h) Heating panels and panel sets of Article Part IX of the National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70; and i) Heating cables for installation directly below floor coverings in accordance with 424.99 of the National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70.
ISO 22262-3 - AIR QUALITY - BULK MATERIALS - PART 3: QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF ASBESTOS BY X-RAY DIFFRACTION METHOD - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-10-01
Description: The following are examples of sample matrices: a) any building materials in which asbestos was detected by the analysis in ISO 22262-1; b) resilient floor tiles, asphaltic materials, roofing felts and any other materials in which asbestos is embedded in an organic matrix and in which asbestos was detected when using ISO 22262-1; c) wall and ceiling plasters, with or without aggregate, in which asbestos was detected when using ISO 22262-1.

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