The National Standards Authority of Ireland wishes to announce the launch of a systematic review period (12th April 2022 to 06th May 2022) for the following Irish Standards in line with NSAI procedures;
- S.R. 16:2016 Guidance on the use of I.S. EN 12620:2002+A1:2008 - Aggregates for concrete
- This Standard Recommendation gives advice on the use of I.S. EN 12620:2002+A1:2008 in Ireland and recommends values/categories for aggregate properties within the ranges permitted in I.S. EN 12620:2002+A1:2008 for end use applications.
- S.R. 17:2004 Guidance on the use of I.S. EN 13043:2002 Aggregates for bituminous mixtures and surface treatments for roads, airfields, and other trafficked areas.
- This Standard Recommendation gives guidance on the use of I.S. EN 13043:2002 in Ireland. I.S. EN 13043:2002 specifies the properties of aggregates and filler aggregates obtained by processing natural, manufactured, or recycled materials for use in bituminous mixtures and surface treatments for roads, airfields, and other trafficked areas.
- S.R. 21:2014+A1:2016 Guidance on the use of I.S. EN 13242:2002+A1:2007 – Aggregates for unbound and hydraulically bound materials for use in civil engineering work and road
- This Standard Recommendation gives advice on the use of I.S. EN 13242:2002+A1:2007 in Ireland. I.S. EN 13242:2002+A1:2007 specifies the properties of aggregates obtained by processing natural, manufactured or recycled materials for hydraulically bound and unbound materials for civil engineering work and road construction.
- I.S. 888:2016 Code of Practice for the procurement and use of unbound granular fill hardcore material for use under concrete floors
- This Irish Standard specifies requirements for the procurement and use of unbound granular fill (hardcore) for use under concrete floors and footpaths, for post-manufacturing operations such as procurement, haulage, delivery and receipt, storage and handling, placing, traceability and record management from the original manufacturer and source to the location where it is incorporated into the works.
The need to revise these documents and the development of the associated work programme including priorities is a decision for the relevant NSAI technical committee.
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