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DIN EN 15814

Polymer modified bituminous thick coatings for waterproofing - Definitions and requirements (includes Amendment A2:2014)

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Organization: DIN
Publication Date: 1 March 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 28
ICS Code (Binders. Sealing materials): 91.100.50
scope:

This European Standard specifies the definitions and requirements of prefabricated polymer modified bituminous thick coatings used for the waterproofing of below ground structures. It applies to both onecomponent and two-component products. These products can be used with or without inlay.

This European Standard does not apply to products that are to be used for roof waterproofing.

Document History

DIN EN 15814
March 1, 2015
Polymer modified bituminous thick coatings for waterproofing - Definitions and requirements (includes Amendment A2:2014)
This European Standard specifies the definitions and requirements of prefabricated polymer modified bituminous thick coatings used for the waterproofing of below ground structures. It applies to both...
January 1, 2013
Polymer modified bituminous thick coatings for waterproofing - Definitions and requirements (includes Amendment A1:2012)
This European Standard specifies the definitions and requirements of prefabricated polymer modified bituminous thick coatings used for the waterproofing of below ground structures. It applies to both...
November 1, 2011
Polymer modified bituminous thick coatings for waterproofing - Definitions and requirements
This European Standard specifies the definitions and requirements of prefabricated polymer modified bituminous thick coatings used for the waterproofing of below ground structures. It applies to both...

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