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ETAG018-Part2_06 June Part2

ETAG018-Part2_06 June Part2

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ETAG 018
Edition June 2006GUIDELINE FOR EUROPEAN TECHNICAL APPROVALOF
FIRE PROTECTIVE PRODUCTSPART 2:REACTIVE COATINGS FOR FIRE PROTECTIONOF STEEL ELEMENTS
EOTA
Kunstlaan 40, Avenue des Art
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B-1040 Brussel
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European Organisation for Technical ApprovalsEuropäische Organisation für Technische ZulassungenOrganisation Européenne pour l’Agrément Technique
 
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Table of Contents
FOREWORD........................................................................................................................…………...5Background.............................................................................................................................……..5List of reference documents ..........................................................................................……………5Updating conditions of reference documents ..................................................................................….51. PRELIMINARIES ........................................................................................................................…..61.1. Legal basis ........................................................................................................................…..61.2. Status of ETA-Guidelines..................................................................................................... ..62. SCOPE .......................................................................................................................................…..62.1 Scope ..................................................................................................................................... 62.2 Use categories, product families, kits and systems ................................................................62.2.1 General ........................................................................................................................62.2.2 Use categories related to environmental conditions ....................................................62.2.3 Use categories related to the element intended to be protected .................................7
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.3 Assumptions........................................................................................................................…73. TERMINOLOGY .........................................................................................................................…..73.1. Common terminology and abbreviations................................................................................73.2. Terminology specific to this Part 2 of the ETA-Guideline for Fire Protective Products..........74. REQUIREMENTS.....................................................................................................................…....94.0 General ...................................................................................................................…...........94.1. ER 1: Mechanical resistance and stability See Part 1 – General, Table 4.1........................94.2. ER 2: Safety in case of fire See Part 1 – General, Table 4.1................................................94.3. ER 3: Hygiene, health and the environment See Part 1 – General, Table 4.1...................94.4. ER 4: Safety in use............................................................................................................…94.4.1 Mechanical resistance and stability Not relevant ..............................................…...94.4.2 Resistance to impact/movement Not relevant .....................................................…..94.4.3 Adhesion ................................................................................................................….94.5. ER 5: Protection against noise See Part 1 – General, Table 4.1...................................…. 94.6. ER 6: Energy, economy and heat retention See Part 1 – General, Table 4.1......................94.7. Aspects of durability, serviceability and identification.......................................................….94.7.1 Serviceability..................................................................................................……..…94.7.1.1 Adhesion....................................................................................................………...94.7.2 Durability .......................................................................................................………..104.7.2.1 Corrosion resistance................................................................................………….104.7.2.2 Behaviour under different environmental conditions ......................................…….104.7.2.3 Resistance to chemicals...........................................................................…………104.7.2.4 Resistance to biological attack ..................................................................………..104.7.3 Identification...................................................................................................……………..105. SPECIFIC METHODS OF VERIFICATION............................................................................…….105.0 General ...........................................................................................................................… .105.0.1 Sampling and Test Specimens.....................................................................………...105.0.2 Conditioning of Tests Specimens and Test Conditions ......................................……115.0.3 Dry thickness of the reactive coating system.....................................................…....115.0.4 Handling with primers and top coats..............................................................……….115.0.4.1 General.....................................................................................................…………115.0.4.2 Primer Evaluation .......................................................................................………115.0.4.3 Top coat Evaluation.................................................................................…………..125.1 Mechanical resistance and stability......................................................................…………..135.2 Safety in case of fire.......................................................................................…………........135.2.1 Reaction to fire.............................................................................................…………135.2.2 Fire Resistance.............................................................................................……….135.3 Hygiene, health and the environment..................................................................................145.4 Safety in use...…...................................................................................................................145.4.1 Mechanical Resistance & Stability………………………………………………………..145.4.2 Resistance to impact/movement........................................................................……14
 
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5.4.3 Adhesion .....................................................................................................………...145.5 Protection against noise...........................................................................................………..145.6 Energy economy and heat retention ................................................................................….145.7 Aspects of serviceability, durability and identification.......................................................….145.7.1 Serviceability...............................................................................................………….145.7.1.1 Adhesion..................................................................................................………….145.7.2 Durability ........................................................................................................……….145.7.2.1 Corrosion resistance................................................................................…………..145.7.2.2 Behaviour under different environmental conditions ..............................................145.7.2.2.1 Initial test..............................................................................................………..…145.7.2.2.2 Exposure conditions for type Z
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: Reactive coating system intended for internalconditions…..……………………………………………………………………………155.7.2.2.3 Exposure conditions for type Z
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: Reactive coating system intended for internalconditions with high humidity………………………………………………………….165.7.2.2.4 Exposure conditions for Type Y: Reactive coating system intended for internaland semi-exposed conditions.……...............................................…………………165.7.2.2.5 Exposure conditions for Type X: Reactive coating system intended for allconditions……………………………………………………………………………….165.7.2.3 Resistance to chemicals........................................................................……………165.7.2.4 Resistance to biological attack …..........................................................……………165.7.3 Identification ………………………………………………………………………………..166. ASSESSING AND JUDGING OF THE FITNESS FOR USE OF PRODUCTS FOR AN INTENDEDUSE................................................................................................................................………….186.1 Mechanical resistance and stability........................................................................................186.2 Safety in case of fire..............................................................................................................186.2.1 Reaction to fire...................................................................................................……186.2.2 Fire resistance ..........................................................................................…………186.3 Hygiene, health and the environment....................................................................................……186.4 Safety in use..........................................................................................................................….186.4.1 Mechanical resistance and stability ...........................................................................186.4.2 Resistance to impact/movement................................................................................186.4.3 Adhesion ....................................................................................................................186.5 Protection against Noise .......................................................................................................….186.6 Energy economy and heat retention .....................................................................................….186.7 Aspects of serviceability, durability and identification............................................................….186.7.1 Serviceability..............................................................................................................196.7.1.1 Adhesion.................................................................................................................196.7.2 Durability ....................................................................................................................196.7.2.1 Corrosion Resistance .............................................................................................196.7.2.2 Behaviour under different environmental conditions ...........................................…196.7.2.2.1 Initial test...........................................................................................................…196.7.2.2.2 Criteria for exposure conditions for use categories Z
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, Y and X..................…196.7.2.3 Resistance to chemicals (optional test) ..................................................................196.7.2.4 Resistance to biological attack (optional test) ........................................................196.7.3 Identification...............................................................................................................197. ASSUMPTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS UNDER WHICH THE FITNESS FOR USE OF THEPRODUCTS IS ASSESSED .......................................................................................................207.1 Design of the works...............................................................................................................……207.2 Transport and storage...........................................................................................................……207.3 Execution of the works..........................................................................................................…….217.4 Maintenance and repair ........................................................................................................…218. EVALUATION OF CONFORMITY............................................................................................…..228.1 EC decision ...........................................................................................................................……228.2 Responsibilities .....................................................................................................................……228.2.1 Tasks for the manufacturer.......................................................................................…228.2.1.1 Factory production control .................................................................................….228.2.2 Tasks for the approved body ...................................................................................…248.2.2.1 Initial type testing of the product)........................................................................…...248.2.2.2 Assessment of the FPC system -initial inspection and continuing surveillance.........248.2.2.3 Certification of Conformity ......................................................................................……24

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