CEN - EN 13501-1

Fire classification of construction products and building elements - Part 1: Classification using data from reaction to fire tests

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Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 December 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 58
ICS Code (Fire-resistance of building materials and elements): 13.220.50
scope:

This document provides the reaction to fire classification procedure for all construction products, including products incorporated within building elements with the exception of power, control and communication cables which are covered by EN 13501-6.

Products are considered in relation to their end use application.

This document applies to three categories, which are treated separately in this document:

- construction products, excluding floorings and linear pipe thermal insulation products;

- floorings;

- linear pipe thermal insulation products.

NOTE For CE marking of construction products under the Construction Product Regulation ((EC) 305/2011) the NPD option can be used when no reaction of fire performance is to be declared.

Document History

EN 13501-1
December 1, 2018
Fire classification of construction products and building elements - Part 1: Classification using data from reaction to fire tests
This document provides the reaction to fire classification procedure for all construction products, including products incorporated within building elements with the exception of power, control and...
February 1, 2007
Fire classification of construction products and building elements - Part 1: Classification using data from reaction to fire tests
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February 1, 2007
Fire classification of construction products and building elements - Part 1: Classification using data from reaction to fire tests
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February 1, 2002
Fire Classification of Construction Products and Building Elements - Part 1: Classification Using Test Data from Reaction to Fire Tests
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