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080.DRAFT FOR DEVELOPMENT DD ENV 13459-1:1999 Road marking materials — Quality control — Part 1: Sampling from storage and testing Licensed Copy: Mark Wright. Uncontrolled Copy. (c) BSI ICS 93.20 . Bechtel Ltd. 20 May 2004.
20 May 2004. This will be indicated in the amendment table on the inside front cover. Comments should be sent in writing to the Secretary of BSI Subcommittee B/509/2. pages i and ii. having been prepared under the direction of the Sector Committee for Building and Civil Engineering. Cross-references The British Standards which implement international or European publications referred to in this document may be found in the BSI Standards Catalogue under the section entitled “International Standards Correspondence Index”. This publication is not to be regarded as a British Standard. According to the replies received by the end of the review period. at 389 Chiswick High Road. The commencement of the review period will be notified by an announcement in Update Standards. Bechtel Ltd. (c) BSI Summary of pages This document comprises a front cover. pages 2 to 6. A review of this publication will be initiated 2 years after its publication by the European organization so that a decision can be taken on its status at the end of its three-year life. Comments arising from the use of this Draft for Development are requested so that UK experience can be reported to the European organization responsible for its conversion into a European Standard. or by using the “Find” facility of the BSI Standards Electronic Catalogue. Horizontal road markings and road studs. giving the document reference and clause number and proposing.DD ENV 13459-1:1999 National foreword This Draft for Development is the English language version of ENV 13459-1:1999. Date Comments ISBN 0 580 35322 2 . the responsible BSI Committee will decide whether to support the conversion into a European Standard. an appropriate revision of the text. No. the ENV title page. an inside back cover and a back cover. was published under the authority of the Standards Committee and comes into effect on 15 November 1999 © BSI 03-2000 Amendments issued since publication Amd. Uncontrolled Copy. Licensed Copy: Mark Wright. This Draft for Development. to extend the life of the prestandard or to withdraw it. It is being issued in the Draft for Development series of publications and is of a provisional nature. so that information and experience of its practical application may be obtained. This standard has been updated (see copyright date) and may have had amendments incorporated. London W4 4AL. A list of organizations represented on this subcommittee can be obtained on request to its secretary. It should be applied on this provisional basis. an inside front cover. where possible.
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Netherlands. Germany. ENV 13459-1:1999 E . Luxembourg. Finland. After two years the members of CEN will be requested to submit their comments. B-1050 Brussels © 1999 CEN All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CEN national Members. Greece. Ref. (c) BSI This European Prestandard (ENV) was approved by CEN on 19 August 1999 as a prospective standard for provisional application. 20 May 2004. Portugal. Belgium. France. Sweden. Czech Republic. Bechtel Ltd.080. Uncontrolled Copy. CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria.20 ENV 13459-1 September 1999 English version Road marking materials — Quality control — Part 1: Sampling from storage and testing Produits de marquage routier — Contrôle de la qualité — Partie 1: Echantillonnage sur stock et essais Straßenmarkierungsmaterialien — Qualitätskontrolle — Teil 1: Probenahme an rückgestellter Produktion und Prüfung Licensed Copy: Mark Wright. The period of validity of this ENV is limited initially to three years. CEN European Committee for Standardization Comité Européen de Normalisation Europäisches Komitee für Normung Central Secretariat: rue de Stassart 36. Denmark. Switzerland and United Kingdom. Norway. Ireland. Spain. No. Iceland. CEN members are required to announce the existence of this ENV in the same way as for an EN and to make the ENV available promptly at national level in an appropriate form.EUROPEAN PRESTANDARD PRÉNORME EUROPÉENNE EUROPÄISCHE VORNORM ICS 93. particularly on the question whether the ENV can be converted into a European Standard. It is permissible to keep conflicting national standards in force (in parallel to the ENV) until the final decision about the possible conversion of the ENV into an EN is reached. Italy.
Italy. the national standards organizations of the following countries are bound to announce this European Prestandard: Austria. — Part 3: Performance in use. Luxembourg. Greece. Netherlands. (c) BSI 2 © BSI 03-2000 . 20 May 2004. Denmark. This European Prestandard consists of the following Parts under the general title: Road marking materials — Quality control: — Part 1: Sampling from storage and testing. Spain. France.ENV 13459-1:1999 Foreword This European Prestandard has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 226 “Road equipment”. Road studs are included in Part 1 and 2 but not in Part 3. Sweden. Germany. Belgium. the secretariat of which is held by AFNOR. According to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations. — Part 2: Guidelines for preparing quality plans for materials application. Iceland. Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Czech Republic. Portugal. Contents Page Foreword 2 1 Scope 3 2 Normative references 3 3 Definitions 3 4 Sampling procedures 3 5 Testing of samples 5 6 Test report 5 Annex A (normative) Minimum information required to accompany the sample Inside back cover Table 1 — Selection of batches or containers from a multi-batch stock 4 Table 2 — Minimum sample quantities to conduct tests 5 Licensed Copy: Mark Wright. Finland. Ireland. Uncontrolled Copy. Bechtel Ltd. Norway.
Paints and varnishes — Sampling of products in liquid or paste form. cold plastics.1). Licensed Copy: Mark Wright.2 When a series of original product containers to be examined can be identified as being from different batches. Determine the number of batches and refer to Table 1 to obtain the number of batches to be selected for sampling. (c) BSI 3 Definitions For the purposes of this Prestandard. subsequent amendments to or revisions of any of these publications apply to this European Prestandard only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. 4. preformed road markings and retroreflecting road studs. premix glass beads. Bechtel Ltd. Not less than two and not more than five containers shall be selected for sampling for each batch. These normative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text and the publications are listed hereafter. EN 1423. the sampling shall be organized as follows. paint.3 When the consignment to be examined is not classified as being from different batches. NOTE In order to avoid excessively large amounts of product being removed as samples it may be more appropriate to take representative samples on the storage site.3 hardener a component of the road marking material which through chemical action will cause the product to harden 4 Sampling procedures NOTE Clause 4 specifies the procedure for the selection of original product containers and for obtaining representative samples from a stock for subsequent inspection and testing. For dated references. Road equipment — Horizontal signalization — Laboratory methods and identification.2 intermediate bulk container (IBC) container with a capacity of up to 1 000 kg. or when the batch information is not known. Road marking materials — Retroreflecting road studs — Part 1: Initial performance requirements. EN 1424. Road marking materials — Drop on materials — Glass beads. 4. Containers of large capacity should be sampled on the storage site by skilled personnel.ENV 13459-1:1999 1 Scope This Part specifies methods to obtain representative samples of road marking materials for testing and gives the appropriate test methods. This Part applies to the verification and/or identification of road marking materials held in stock. or for materials delivered to a customer. 2 Normative references This European Prestandard incorporates.1 When a series of original product containers to be examined can be identified as being from a single batch. © BSI 03-2000 3 .1. 4.1. ISO 1512:1991. Road marking materials — Premix glass beads. When removing reduced samples from containers. Road marking materials — Preformed road markings. The samples shall be labelled with the information required to accompany the sample as specified in Annex A. provisions from other publications. i. thermoplastics. For undated references the latest edition of the publication referred to applies. The number of original product containers to be selected for sampling from each batch for testing shall be 1 %. EN 1790. prEN 12802. by dated or undated reference.1 original product container the primary packaging of each batch of a road marking material Samples removed for testing from original product containers shall be suitably packaged and stored in conditions in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations. 20 May 2004. the number of containers to be selected for sampling shall be 1 %. Not less than two and not more than five containers shall be selected for sampling. determine the number of containers and refer to Table 1 to obtain the number of containers to be selected for sampling. antiskid aggregates and mixtures of the two. the following definitions apply: 3. used as an intermediate size between bags and tins (25 kg to 50 kg) and bulk transport 3. which require checking prior to application.1 General 4. consideration should be given to the amount required for testing (see 5. prEN 1871. The methods to obtain representative samples are described as appropriate for the main product types. Uncontrolled Copy. EN 1463-1.1.e. for example in a warehouse or at the manufacturer’s storage facility. 3. drop-on materials. Road marking materials — Physical properties.
4. each having a mass of approximately 4 kg. 4. Licensed Copy: Mark Wright. at random. Representative samples of each component shall be taken from each container in accordance with ISO 1512:1991. in paste form. 4.4. Uncontrolled Copy.1. the number shall be rounded up to the next whole number.3. from the consignment or stock (N) in accordance with 4. Representative samples of thermoplastic material shall be taken from each selected IBC.3. shall be selected for sampling. at random.1. 20 May 2004. melt the three bags of material. Bechtel Ltd.4 as appropriate for the form of the packaging.2 Powder mix in bags A number (n) of full pallets.1. Alternatively the material can be supplied in intermediate bulk containers (IBC).1. at random.3 Thermoplastics 4. The correct proportion of each component shall be maintained when taking the samples.2 Paint A number (n) of original product containers shall be selected for sampling. 4. Or if according to the manufacturer’s recommendations such separate division is not possible. In powder form the material can be packed in individual bags and then supplied stacked on a pallet with an outer wrapping. from the consignment or stock (N) in accordance with 4. which can be in liquid form. Representative samples of each component shall be taken from each selected container in accordance with ISO 1512:1991. (c) BSI NOTE Where the calculation of n does not yield an integer. at random.1.4 Cold plastics NOTE This procedure applies to any of the components of cold plastics. containing stacked bags. 4. or take the sample directly from the melter. Table 1 — Selection of batches or containers from a multi-batch stock Number of batches or containers in consignment (N) Number of batches or containers to be sampled (n) 2 to 8 9 to 18 19 to 32 33 to 50 51 to 72 73 to 98 99 to 128 129 to 162 163 to 200 and thereafter at a rate of 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 n= N ---2 Either divide each bag separately using a suitable sample divider. having apertures of no more than 50 mm. 4.2 to 4. to obtain three representative samples. at random.4.3. The selection of packages or containers shall be as specified in 4. Either divide the sample after cooling as described in 126.96.36.199 Powder mix in IBC A number (n) of IBC shall be selected for sampling.3. from the consignment or stock (N) in accordance with 4. 4. For this purpose the product should be treated as type D (viscous product).3. remove the packaging and break up the material from all three blocks.ENV 13459-1:1999 4. including burnt material from the production process. 4 © BSI 03-2000 . Remove three blocks from each selected pallet. or in solid form.1 General NOTE Thermoplastic road marking material is usually supplied in powder form or in block form. Representative samples of paint shall be taken from each selected container in accordance with ISO 1512:1991.2 Powder (solid) component A number (n) of original product containers shall be selected for sampling. from the consignment or stock (N) in accordance with 4.3. Do not apply heat at any stage of the sampling procedure. Discard any material which is not uniform in texture and colour. Melt the material and remove samples from the melter to yield a combined sample of 12 kg. Remove three bags from each selected pallet ensuring that they are all from the same production batch. and combine the three samples. Take a portion of not less than 4 kg from the centre of each of the three blocks and combine these portions in a clean container.3.4 Block material A number (n) of full pallets of block material shall be selected for sampling.1 Liquid or paste components A number (n) of original product containers shall be selected for sampling. from the consignment or stock (N) in accordance with 4. at random. An appropriate amount of additives and meltable packaging shall also be sampled for subsequent incorporation during testing the thermoplastic road marking. from the consignment or stock (N) in accordance with 4.
the tests shall be carried out in accordance with the methods specified in prEN 12802.3. b) The condition and appearance of the sample. the tests shall be carried out in accordance with 5.1 General When samples have been obtained for the purpose of verifying conformity to one or more requirements specified in product standards.3. cold plastics. NOTE Only containers without damage or deterioration of the packaging which could directly affect the quality of the sample.2 Identification testing When samples of paint. thermoplastics and cold plastics have been obtained for the purpose of testing material for identification. 5 Testing of samples 5. following the instructions of the manufacturer. Representative samples shall be taken by removing a minimum of three pieces from each selected container. from the consignment or stock (N) in accordance with 4. at random.7 Drop on materials and premix glass beads A number (n) of original product containers shall be selected for sampling. a) A copy of the sampling report containing details as shown in Annex A.2 for one-component products.5 Retroreflecting road studs NOTE This procedure applies to retroreflecting road studs and to retroreflecting inserts for road studs.5 kg Licensed Copy: Mark Wright. 4. at random. (c) BSI A number (n) of original product containers shall be selected for sampling.2. 5. should be selected for sampling. at random. 5.3. 4.5 Drop on materials and premix glass beads Drop-on materials and premix glass beads shall be tested in accordance EN 1423 and EN 1424.75 m2 Premix glass beads and drop-on materials 1.1. All solid components should be handled with care. and assumes that the road studs are stored in original product containers.1.1 Minimum sample quantities Table 2 gives the minimum sample quantities for conducting all the tests specified in 5.4 for two-component products. Bechtel Ltd. from the consignment or stock (N) in accordance with 4.3.1. NOTE If a sample of adhesive is to be taken for testing for road studs and preformed road markings.4 Preformed road markings Preformed road markings shall be tested in accordance with EN 1790.3 Retroreflecting road studs Road studs shall be tested in accordance with EN 1463-1. cold plastics.3 Verification testing 5.5. Representatives samples of drop-on materials and premix glass beads shall be taken from each selected container in accordance with EN 1423 and EN 1424 respectively. or 4.3. If a preformed road marking material is to be installed using a primer and/or an adhesive then a sample shall be taken in accordance with 4. from the consignment or stock (N) in accordance with 4. 4.3. 5.6 Preformed road markings NOTE Preformed road markings are typically supplied in rolls or in packages containing a number of preformed sheets of the material. 6 Test report The test report shall include at least the following information. then a sample of this material shall be taken in accordance with 4. 5. 20 May 2004. a minimum quantity of 1 kg of sample is recommended. 5. If the road stud is to be installed using a primer and/or an adhesive.1 to 5.3. 4. The correct proportion of each component shall be maintained when taking the samples. Representative samples of preformed road marking shall be taken from each selected container in accordance with EN 1790. © BSI 03-2000 5 . Table 2 — Minimum sample quantities to conduct tests Product Sample quantity Paint Thermoplastics Cold plastics (final mixture) 5l 8 kg 5 kg Retroreflecting road studs (see note) 3 units Preformed road markings (see note) 0.3. thermoplastics Paint. It is recommended that the above sampling level is used even with reduced testing programmes. A number (n) of original product containers shall be selected for sampling.ENV 13459-1:1999 A solid component delivered as a surface coating on glass beads or aggregates shall be sampled in accordance with EN 1423.2 and 5. NOTE The customer or his agent may choose to conduct a reduced test programme. Uncontrolled Copy.3.4 for hot-melted adhesives. thermoplastics shall be tested in accordance with prEN 1871. 5.2 Paint.
g) The name and address of the organization which performed the tests. f) The actual storage conditions of samples in the laboratory. the test methods used and the specified requirements. 20 May 2004. d) A list of the test results. e) Any other comments resulting from the testing. the name of the person responsible for the test report and the date. Licensed Copy: Mark Wright. Bechtel Ltd. Uncontrolled Copy.ENV 13459-1:1999 c) The tests carried out. (c) BSI 6 © BSI 03-2000 .
Uncontrolled Copy.ENV 13459-1:1999 Annex A (normative) Minimum information required to accompany the sample Representative samples taken shall be accompanied by at least the following information: a) Date of sampling. Bechtel Ltd. e) Product identification. Licensed Copy: Mark Wright. i) Actual storage conditions. d) Batch number. f) Storage life information. (c) BSI © BSI 03-2000 . j) Health and Safety information. 20 May 2004. h) Condition of packaging. g) Instructions for use. k) Condition of product (when sampling from original containers). l) Sampling procedure (with reference to this ENV). c) Identification of the organization which performed the sampling. b) Location of the stock.
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