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CEN - EN 17009

Flooring of lignified materials other than wood - Characteristics, assessment and verification of constancy of performance and marking

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Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 March 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 44
ICS Code (Floor coverings): 97.150
scope:

This document defines and specifies the relevant characteristics, requirements and appropriate assessment methods for determination of the suitability of floorings made with at least a top layer of lignified materials other than wood. This document covers solid and multi-layer flooring products for internal use and fully enclosed public transport premises.

This document provides also additional product definitions, requirements for dimensional tolerances and other technical specifications for specific flooring products made of lignified material other than wood, such as: bamboo flooring products.

This document covers products intended to be installed as self-supporting flooring or supported by battens on a subfloor or to be installed floating or glued on a subfloor.

This document provides for the assessment and verification of constancy of performance and the requirements for marking these products.

This document covers flooring products made of lignified materials other than wood which may or may not be treated to improve their reaction to fire performance or their durability against biological agents.

This document does not apply to:

- flooring products specifically manufactured for enhanced tactile and recognition;

- wood flooring products covered by EN 14342;

- laminate flooring products covered by EN 14041.

Document History

EN 17009
March 1, 2019
Flooring of lignified materials other than wood - Characteristics, assessment and verification of constancy of performance and marking
This document defines and specifies the relevant characteristics, requirements and appropriate assessment methods for determination of the suitability of floorings made with at least a top layer of...

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