• I.S. 465:2018+A1:2020

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    Assessment, testing and categorisation of damaged buildings incorporating concrete blocks containing certain deleterious materials and Amendment 1:2020

    Available format(s):  PDF

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  25-09-2020

    Publisher:  National Standards Authority of Ireland

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    0 Introduction
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 The protocol
    5 Building Condition Assessment
    6 Sampling requirements
    7 Testing of samples
    8 Remedial works
    9 Reports and conclusions
    Annex A (informative) Example Building Condition Assessment report template
    Annex B (informative) Example sample record and chain of custody
    Annex C(informative) Guidance on further testing
    Annex D (informative) Remedial works
    Annex E(informative) Guidance on elevation of degradation of concrete blocks due to
    Annex F (informative) Clarification notes issued by the Expert panel on concrete blocks
    to the Department of Housing Planning and Local Government on 2nd December 2019

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    This Irish Standard: a) establishes a protocol for assessing and determining whether a building has been damaged by concrete blocks containing excessive amounts of certain deleterious materials (aggregate containing free or unbound muscovite mica or potentially deleterious quantities of pyrite); b) describes methods for establishing the extent of the problem and categorises dwellings; c) describes the scope of any testing required and evaluation of the findings; and d) provides the Chartered Engineer with guidance on the selection of appropriate remedial works to be undertaken.

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    Committee TC 063
    Document Type Standard
    Product Note This standard is also refers to I.S. EN 1744-1:2009+A1:2012,S.R. 325,BS 1881-211:2016,TR32 2nd Edition. (2014),S.R. 16.<br>
    Publisher National Standards Authority of Ireland
    Status Current
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