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IS : 8920 - 197%
Indian Standard
METHODS FOR SAMPLING OFBURNT CLAY TILES
Building Materials and Components SamplingScctionnl Committee, BDC 31
Chairman
SIIRI G. D. JooJ,RKARTelegaon (Dist Pune)
MembersRepresenting
SHRI
J. S.
BED1
Doors, Windows and Shutters Sectional Com-mittee, BDC 11, ISI
SHRI
A. K. S~~TI
(
Alternate
)
SHRI B. 13. BHATTACIIARJE~Concrete Reinforcement Sectional Committee,BSMDC 8. ISISHRI T. SUN
(
Alternnle )
SHRI
J. D. DAnOoAItalab Engineering Pvt Ltd, BombaySHRI N. R. PATI%A~AT,.%
Akernale )
SHRI K. H. GANDIIIDirectorate General of Inspection ( Ministry ofDefence). New DelhiSHRI SAT PAL
SINGF~ ( Alternate )
SHRI S. K. GUI~NANIRailway Board ( Ministry of Railways )SHRI M. S. EKB~T~ (
Alternate )
SHRI P. .J. JAGUSPozzolanas Sectional Committee, BDC 16, IS1
SHRI M.
R. VINAYAI~.~ (
Altern& )
SHRI K. P. JAINBuilder’s Hardware Sectional Committee, BDC15, IS1
SHRI
KARAMJIT SINanCentral Public Works Department, New Delhi
SHRI
K. K. KH~NNAConstruction Plant and Machinery SectionalCommittee, BDC 28, IS1
SHRI A. C.
MANivaN (
Alternnte )
DR
T. KRISHNANIndian Statistical Institute, CalcuttaSHRI S. R. KS~1RS4cz.41~Sanitary Appliances and Water Fittings SectionalCommittee, BDC 3, IS1SHRI R. P. MIS~RA (
Alternnte )
SHRI N. C.
M.~JUXDAR
Clay Products for Building Sectional Committee,BDC 30, IS1
SHRI
M. R. M.4I.YABiturn;;;?: Ia; Products Sectional Committee,SHRI S. K. DUTT.~ (
Alternate )
COL Y. P. MISRAWool Products Sectional Committee, BDC 20, IS1(
Continued on page 2 )@ Cofiyright
1979INDIAN STANDARDS INSTITUTIONThis publication is protected under the
Indian Copyright Act (
XIV of 1957 ) andreproduction in whole or in part by any means except with written permission ofthe publisher shall be deemed to be an infringement of copyright under the said Act.
 
IS:8920
-1978
( Continuedfrom page
1 )
Mem hers Representing
DR MORAN RAI Ccntr;\oy;itding Research Institute (CSIR),
SRRI
R. K.
GOEL (
Alternate )
DR
A. K.
MULLICK Cement Research Institute of India, New DelhiDR M. P~NCHOLY Sieves Sectional Committee, BDC 19, ISI
SHRI
S. S. RAJPUT Forest Research Institute
and Colleges,Dehra Dun
SHRI E. K.
RAMACHANDRAN
National Test House, Calcutta
LALA G. C. DAS (
Alternate )
SRRI N. MOHAN RAOResearch andDevelopment OrganizationSHRI V. B.
GHORPADE (
Alternate )
( Ministry of Defence ), New DelhiSHRI A. C. SEERARTimber Sectional Committee, BDC 9, ISISHRI C. A. TANEJAGypsum Building Materials Sectional Committee,BDC 21, IS1DR B. N. SIN~H, Director General, IS1 (
Ex-oJicio Member )
Director (Stat)Secretary
SHRI N.
C.
TYA~Deputy Director (Stat), ISI
2
 
IS:8920-1978
Indian Standard
METHODS FOR SAMPLING OFBURNT CLAY TILES
0. FOREWORD
0.1 This Indian Standard was adopted by the Indian Standards Institu-tion on 23 August 1978, after the draft finalized by the Building Materialsand Components Sampling Sectional Committee had been approved bythe Civil Engineering Division Council.0.2 Clay tiles are extensively used in flooring, roofing, roof finishing andlining works. With the adoption of complete mechanized plants in theproduction of clay products,these tiles will be produced in largernumbers and will find greater application in general building construc-tion. It is, therefore, imperative that due consideration is given to thesampling procedures which would help in proper and objective evalua-tion of the quality of the clay tiles.This standard, prepared at theinstance of the Clay Products for Building Sectional Committee, laysdown the methods for sampling of clay tiles as duly evolved on the basisof the statistical principles and practical considerations.0.3 The procedures for sampling of different types of clay tiles have beenindicated in the respective material specifications. However, in view ofthe experience gained in course of years, it was felt necessary to revisethese methods and unify them into a separate single standard so as togive more details of sampling for the various characteristics constitutingthe quality of clay tiles. It is hoped that this standard would help inthe development of proper sampling of clay tiles in the country.0.4 In reporting the results of a test or analysis, if the final value, observedor calculated,
is
to be rounded off, it shall be done in accordance withIS : 2-1960*.
1. SCOPE1.1
This standard prescribes the methods for sampling and criteria forconformity of burnt clay tiles.2.
TERMINOLOGY2.1 Lot -
A collection of clay tiles of the same type and size manufac-tured under relatively similar conditions of production.For the purpose
*Rules for rounding off numerical values (
revised .
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