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ISO 12567-1

Thermal performance of windows and doors — Determination of thermal transmittance by the hot-box method — Part 1: Complete windows and doors TECHNICAL CORRIGENDUM 1

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 November 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 2
ICS Code (Thermal insulation of buildings): 91.120.10
ICS Code (Doors and windows): 91.060.50
scope:

This part of ISO 12567 specifies a method to measure the thermal transmittance of a door or window system. It is applicable to all effects of frames, sashes, shutters, blinds, screens, panels, door leaves and fittings.

It is not applicable to

- edge effects occurring outside the perimeter of the specimen,

- energy transfer due to solar radiation on the specimen,

- effects of air leakage through the specimen, and

- roof windows and projecting products, where the external face projects beyond the cold side roof surface.

NOTE For roof windows and projecting units, see the procedure given in ISO 12567-2.

Annex A gives methods for the calculation of environmental temperatures.

Document History

ISO 12567-1
November 1, 2010
Thermal performance of windows and doors — Determination of thermal transmittance by the hot-box method — Part 1: Complete windows and doors TECHNICAL CORRIGENDUM 1
This part of ISO 12567 specifies a method to measure the thermal transmittance of a door or window system. It is applicable to all effects of frames, sashes, shutters, blinds, screens, panels, door...
July 1, 2010
Thermal performance of windows and doors - Determination of thermal transmittance by the hot-box method - Part 1: Complete windows and doors
This part of ISO 12567 specifies a method to measure the thermal transmittance of a door or window system. It is applicable to all effects of frames, sashes, shutters, blinds, screens, panels, door...
September 1, 2000
Thermal Performance of Windows and Doors - Determination of Thermal Transmittance by Hot Box Method - Part 1: Complete Windows and Doors
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