DIN Profile boards with chamfer and broad root; dimensions. standard by Deutsches Institut Fur Normung E.V. (German National. Profile boards with chamfer and broad root; dimensions. Pellets produced by our company meet the requirements of GOST R and the requirements of European standards DIN EN ISO , EN ISO.
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Softwood; cross-sectional dimensions and static values for sawn timber, square timber stock and roof battens. Coniferous timber; dimensions of cross-sections and static values, goods sawn for dimensions and specification.
Unplaned boards 6812 planks made of coniferous timber; dimensions. Boards tongued and grooved made of coniferous timber. Planed boards and planks made of coniferous timber; dimensions.
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Strength grading of wood – Part 1: This standard is applicable for coniferous sawn timber for components, which must be measured according to their strength. It specifies grading characteristics and classes as a precondition for the specification and application of calculation values for the verification of limiting strength and usability according to DIN or Din Grading may be done by two methods: For special use of timber special standards are applicable regarding the strength grading: Strength grading of wood – Part 3: Grading machines for sawn timber, requirements and testing.
This standard specifies requirements and test methods for grading machines for sawn timber according to DIN and DIN Th purpose of this method is to ensure the correct operation of these grading machines. Strength grading of wood – Part 4: Certificate of suitability for machine grading. This standard specifies how the suitablility for machine strength grading has to be certified. With this certification it shall be ensured that firms, which practice machine grading according to DIN and DINhave the required suitability.
Strength grading of wood – Part 5: This standard is applicable for sawn hard wood for components, which must be measured according to their strength. Terms and symbols in the field diin wood; species of wood.
Building lumber made of spruce and pine wood.
fin The standard lists for species of softwood conventionally, timber of coniferous trees and hardwood conventionally, broad-leaved trees in normal commercial usage the standard names, symbols, trade names, botanical names, density, and sources of supply. Testing of wood; sampling and cutting, principles. Determination of growth properties of coniferous sawn timber. Testing of wood; determination of density. Testing of wood; determination of moisture content. Testing of wood; determination of swelling and shrinkage.
Testing of wood; diin test parallel to grain. Testing of wood; bending test. Testing of wood; determination of cin shearing stress parallel to grain. Testing of wood; determination of ultimate tensile stress parallel to grain. Testing of wood; Impact bending test; Determination of impact bending strength.
Testing of wood; compression fin perpendicular to grain. Chamfered boards tongued and grooved made of coniferous timber. Weatherboards made of coniferous timber. Profile boards with chamfer and broad root; dimensions. Wood finger-jointing – Part 1: Finger jointing of softwood for load-bearing structures. The document applies to longitudinal jointing of coniferous solid wood for load-bearing and stiffening timber structures according to DIN Cutting waste of wood; definitions and mathematical calculation methods.
Measurement of coniferous sawn timber. Sawn timber terms; form and dimensions. Sawn timber transportation packages. Properties of wood species – Density, modulus of elasticity and strength. This Standard includes characteristic values of the density, bending modulus of elasticity and certain strength parameters determined on small sound samples conditioned at standard atmosphere and serves to compare different wood dih.
The characteristic strength and elasticity values are not directly applicable to structural timber, to that see DIN EN Shrinkage and swelling dimensions see DIN Structural timber for 61826 quality conditions. Sawn timber of broadleaved species for stairs; quality requirements.
Measurement of sawn timber of broadleaved species. Durability dkn wood and wood-based products – Definition of use classes – Part 1: General; German version prEN This part of EN defines five use classes which represent the different service situations to which wood and wood-based products can be exposed.
This part of EN also indicates the biological agents relevant to each situation. Annex A gives information on these biological agents. Durability of wood and derived materials; definition of hazard classes of biological attack; part 1: This document defines five hazard ein which represent the different service situations to which wood and wood-based products can be exposed.
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It also indicates the biological agencies relevant to each situation. Durability of wood and wood-based products – Definition of use classes – Part 2: Application to solid wood; German version prEN This Part of EN gives guidance on the application of the use classes, as defined in Part 1 to solid wood of ENin relation to the biological agents that can attack solid wood and solid wood panels.
This Part should be used in conjunction with Part 1 of EN Annex A gives information and guidance for the user to determine the appropriate use class and to select a suitable level of durability either natural or conferred by preservative treatment. It does not give guidance on protective measures other than preservative treatment.
Durability of wood and derived materials; definition of hazard classes of biological attack; part 2: This document gives guidance on the application to solid wood of the hazard classes, as defined in part 1 of DIN ENin relation to the biological agencies that can attack solid wood. Durability of wood and wood-based products – Definition of hazard classes of biological attack – Part 3: Application to wood-based panels; German version EN The document gives guidance on the application to wood-based panels of the hazard classes, as defined in DIN ENin relation to the biological agencies that can attack wood-based panels.
Structural timber – Sizes, permitted deviations; German version EN This standard specifies two classes of permitted deviations from target sizes for strutural timber 688126 softwood and hardwood species.
It also specifies the moisture content to be used as a xin point for the measurement of sizes, and gives average values for changes in size due to changes in moisture content.
It is 668126 to sawn and prepared sqare-edged timber with parallel edges having sawn thickness or widths in the range of 22 mm to mm.
Timber structures – Strength classes; German version EN This standard establishes a system of strength classes for general use in structural codes. It gives characteristic strength and stiffness properties and density values for each class and the rules for allocation of timber populations i. This standard applies to all softwood and hardwood timber for structural use. Durability of wood and wood based products – Natural durability of solid wood – Part 1: 61826 to the principles of testing and classification of the natural durability of wood; German version EN The document gives guidance on methods for the determination of the 681226 durability of untreated solid wood to attack by wood-destroying fungi, insects beetles and termitesmarine organisms and the classification of the wood species based on the results of these test methods.
61826 Durability of wood and wood based products – Natural durability of solid wood – Part 2: Guide to the natural durability and treatability of selected wood species of importance in Europe; German version EN The document lists the natural durability of solid wood for selected wood species, considered of importance to the countries within Europe for constructional purposes. It lists their relative durability to wood-destroying funge, dry wood-destroying beetles, termites, marine organisms. It also gives information relating to their treatability, origin, density and sapwood width.
Durability of wood and wood-based products – Preservative-treated solid wood – Part 1: Classification of diin penetration and retention; German version EN This document establishes a classification of preservative-treated wood in terms of penetration and retention of preservative.
Durability of wood and wood-based products – Preservative-treated solid wood – Part 2: Dkn on sampling for the analysis of preservative-treated wood; German version EN This document gives guidance on the general procedures to be followed in the sampling for the analysis of preservative-treated fin to demonstrate that it conforms 68162 the requirements of EN Structural timber – Determination of characteristic values of mechanical properties and density; German version EN A method is also given for checking the strength of a timber sample against its designated value.
The values determined is in accordance with this standard for mechanical properties and density are suitable for assigning grade dij species to the strength classes of EN Finger jointed structural timber – Performance requirements and minimum production requirements; German version EN This standard specifies requirements for bonded finger joints and minimum requirements for the manufacture of cut, interlocking, bonding finger joints in structural timber members.
Requirements are given for timber, adhesive, moisture content, cutting, bonding and preservative treatments and flame retardent treatment.
This standard is only applicable to finger joints between timber members of the same species type. Although most finger joints are produced in coniferous species this standard also applies to broad leaved 6826 where information is available to enable them to be satisfactorily bonded.