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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.
MMSA - NO. 10 - CERAMIC TILE OVER WOOD STRUCTURAL PANEL FLOORS Organization: MMSA
Date: 2008-02-20
Description: The purpose of MMSA is to establish standards of quality and performance of materials and methods for installation in the Ceramic Tile and Dimensional Stone Industries. MMSA is represented on the ANSI A108 committee, the Tile Council of America Handbook for Ceramic Tile Installation Committee, and the Marble Institute of America design manual committee.
MMSA - NO. 4 - SOUND RATED FLOORS Organization: MMSA
Date: 2005-11-01
Description: The purpose of MMSA is to establish standards of quality and performance of materials and methods for installation in the Ceramic Tile and Dimensional Stone Industries. MMSA is represented on the ANSI A108 committee, the Tile Council of America Handbook for Ceramic Tile Installation Committee, and the Marble Institute of America design manual committee.
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]).
ASHRAE 90441 - HIGH DENSITY DATA CENTERS CASE STUDIES AND BEST PRACTICES Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: The chilled-air supply enters the room through perforated tiles in the raised floor, washing the fronts of the racks facing the cold aisle.
ASTM C1286 - STANDARD CLASSIFICATION FOR ADVANCED CERAMICS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1994-11-15
Description: On this basis, the classification system does not cover: 1.4.1.1 Elemental carbon, except for specific ceramic forms such as diamond, vitreous carbon, and chemical vapor deposit (CVD) graphite; 1.4.1.2 Elemental silicon, elemental germanium, and other elemental or compound semimetallic (intermetallic) substances other than when they form an integral component of, or precursor for, an advanced ceramic; 1.4.1.3 Traditional ceramics based on clay, including: porcelains; whitewares; sanitary wares; floor and wall tiles; 1.4.1.4 Unshaped and shaped refractories and bulk glasses for tonnage applications; and 1.4.1.5 Flat or container glass.
MANEY - PVC: PRODUCTION PROPERTIE - PVC: PRODUCTION PROPERTIES AND USES Organization: MANEY
Date: 1996-01-01
Description: The same terms are used to describe the polymers themselves, as well as compositions derived from these polymers by combination with other materials such as stabilisers, plasticisers, and fillers. In the extreme case of vinyl floor tiles the vinyl chloride content can be as low as 15 per cent, yet these products are frequently referred to as PVC.

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