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NEN-ISO 16938-2

Buildings and civil engineering works - Determination of the staining of porous substrates by sealants used in joints - Part 2: Test without compression

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Organization: NEN
Publication Date: 1 October 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 18
ICS Code (Binders. Sealing materials): 91.100.50
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This document specifies a method for determining the staining of porous substrates (e.g. marble, limestone, sandstone, or granite) by sealants used in building construction. The method evaluates the likelihood of a sealant causing an early stain on a porous substrate due to exudation of materials from the sealant. The outcome of the test is specific to the tested sealant and tested substrate and cannot be extrapolated to other sealant formulations or other porous substrates. During this accelerated test, if the sealant does not stain or discolour the substrates, it does not mean that the tested sealant will not stain or discolour the tested porous substrate over a longer time period.

Document History

NEN-ISO 16938-2
October 1, 2019
Buildings and civil engineering works - Determination of the staining of porous substrates by sealants used in joints - Part 2: Test without compression
This document specifies a method for determining the staining of porous substrates (e.g. marble, limestone, sandstone, or granite) by sealants used in building construction. The method evaluates the...
March 1, 2008
Building construction - Determination of the staining of porous substrates by sealants used in joints - Part 2: Test without compression
This part of ISO 16938 specifies a method for determining the staining of porous substrates (e.g. marble, limestone, sandstone, or granite) by sealants used in building construction. The method...

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