Thermal insulating products for buildings - In-situ formed urea-formaldehyde foam (UF) products - Specification for the foam system before installation

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CEN/TC 88 Thermal insulating materials and products

European Norm


The Scope of the prEN 15100-1:2005-02 so far describes the scope as:
This document specifies requirements for in-situ formed urea formaldehyde foam (UF) products when
installed in external walls, internal walls, partitions, floors and roofs. Products covered by this standard
may also be used for acoustic applications. This document is a specification for the rigid foam
dispensing system before installation. This document describes the product characteristics and
includes procedures for testing, marking and labelling and the rules for evaluation of conformity. This
document does not specify the required level of all properties that should be achieved by a product to
demonstrate fitness for purpose in a particular application. The required levels are to be found in
regulations or non-conflicting standards. UF products with a declared thermal conductivity at 10 °C
(mean temperature) greater than 0,050 W/(mK) are not covered by this document. This document
does not cover factory made products utilising urea formaldehyde foam intended to be used for the
insulation of buildings or for the insulation of building equipment and industrial installations. This
document does not specify all the requirements for the raw materials or the performance requirements
for loadbearing applications.
A potential extension of the scope: galleries and ceilings, suspended ceilings and the supply
of hot and cold water installations.

Related legislation

Legislation related to this standard


Regulation (eu) No 305/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 march 2011 laying down harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products and repealing council directive 89/106/eec

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