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NEN-EN 17323

Geosynthetics - Determination of tensile properties of Polymeric Geosynthetic Barriers

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Organization: NEN
Publication Date: 1 May 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 22
ICS Code (Geotextiles): 59.080.70
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This document specifies test methods for the determination of tensile properties of polymeric geosynthetic barriers PE (e.g. PE-HD and PE-LLD), FPO (e.g. EVA, FPP, and PE-VLD), PVC-P and EPDM.

Method A is suitable for testing polymeric geosynthetic barriers (GBR-P), made of PVC-P, EPDM and FPO (e.g. EVA, FPP and PE-VLD), non-reinforced (including maximum 80 g/m2 glass fleece) and without backing.

Method B is suitable for testing polymeric geosynthetic barriers (GBR-P) made of PE (e.g. PE-HD and PE-LLD), non-reinforced and without backing.

Method C is suitable for testing polymeric geosynthetic barriers (GBR-P), reinforced and/or with backing.

Method D is suitable for measuring modulus (if required) of all non-reinforced GBR-P.

NOTE For homogenous polymers not listed above, method A and D can be used.

Document History

NEN-EN 17323
May 1, 2020
Geosynthetics - Determination of tensile properties of Polymeric Geosynthetic Barriers
This document specifies test methods for the determination of tensile properties of polymeric geosynthetic barriers PE (e.g. PE-HD and PE-LLD), FPO (e.g. EVA, FPP, and PE-VLD), PVC-P and EPDM....
November 1, 2018
Geosynthetics - Polymeric geosynthetic barriers - Determination of tensile properties
This document specifies test methods for the determination of tensile properties of polymeric geosynthetic barriers (PE (PEHD and PELLD, FPO (EVA, FPP, and PEVLD), PVC-P and EPDM). Method A is...

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