INTERSTATE COUNCIL FOR STANDARDIZATION, METROLOGY AND CERTIFICATION

(EASC)
INTERSTATE COUNCIL FOR STANDARDIZATION, METROLOGY AND CERTIFICATION
(ISC)

GOST
I N T E R S TAT E
S TA N D A R D
530-
2012

BRICK AND STONE CERAMIC

General technical conditions
(EN 771-1:2003, NEQ)

(EN 772-1:2000, NEQ)

(EN 772-9:1998, NEQ)

(EN 772-11:2000, NEQ)

Moscow

Standartinform

2013

Preface
Objectives, main principles and basic order of works on Interstate standardization installed GOST
1.0-92 "Interstate system for standardization. «General provisions» and GOST 1.2-2009
"Interstate system for standardization. Interstate standards, rules and guidelines for interstate
standardization. Regulation of the development, adoption, application, renewal and
cancellation»
Information about the standard
1 DEVELOPED by the Association of producers of ceramic materials (APKM), a society with
limited liability "VNIISTROM" ceramics Research Center» (LLC "VNIISTROM" NCK ")
2 INTRODUCED the Technical Committee for Standardization TC 465 «construction»

3 ADOPTED Interstate scientific and technical Commission on standardization, technical
regulation and conformity assessment in construction (Supplement 1 to annex b of the Protocol
No. 40 of June 4, 2012)
The adoption of standard voted:
Short name of country
Country code
Abbreviated name of the national authority
by MK (ISO 3166) 004-
by MK (ISO 3166) 004- State construction management
97
97

Azerbaijan AZ State Committee for town-planning and architecture

Armenia Am Ministry of urban development

The Agency for construction and housing and communal
Kazakhstan KZ
services

Kyrgyzstan KG Gosstroy

Moldova MD Ministry of construction and regional development

Russian Federation RU Ministry of regional development

Tajikistan TJ Agency for construction and architecture under the
Government of

4 this standard complies with the basic provisions of the following European standards:

EN 771-1:2003 Definitions concerning wall stones-Part 1: Brick (Definitions, relating to the wall
of stones. Part 1: brick) medium density requirements, voidness, their thermal properties, the
initial speed of water absorption, kislotostojkosti;

EN 772-1:2000 Methods of test for masonry units-Part 1: Determination of compressive strength
(methods of testing of building blocks. Part 1. definition of strength at compression);

EN 772-9:1998 Methods of test for masonry units-Part 9: Determination of volume and
percentage of voids and net volume of clay and calcium silicate masonry units by sand filling
(methods of testing of building blocks. Part 9. Determining the amount and percentage of voids,
the amount net of ceramic bricks and silicate blocks by filling sand);

EN 772-11:2000 Methods of test for masonry units-Part 11: Determination of water absorption
of aggregate concrete, autoclaved aerated concrete, manufactured stone and natural stone
masonry units due to capillary action and the initial rate of water absorption of clay masonry
units (methods of testing of building blocks. Part 11. determination of capillary water absorption
are the building blocks of concrete, autoclaved aerated concrete, artificial and natural stone, the
initial water absorption of ceramic bricks) method for determining the speed of initial water
absorption.

Translation from English (en).

Degree of conformity-nejekvivalentnaja (NEQ)

5 by order of Federal Agency on technical regulation and Metrology of December 27, 2012 No.
2148-art Interstate standard GOST 530-2012 introduced as a national standard of the Russian
Federation from July 1, 2013

6 REPLACE the GOST 530-2007

Information on the entry into force (termination) of this standard is published in a monthly
newsletter published by the index "national standards".

Information about changes to this standard is published in the annually published index
information "national standards", and the text changes and amendments - in monthly newsletter
issued by the index "national standards." in case of revision or repeal of this standard, the
relevant information will be published in a monthly newsletter published by the index "national
standards"

Table of contents

1 area of application
2 normative references
3 terms and definitions
4 Classification, basic dimensions and symbols
5 technical requirements
6 acceptance rules
7 test methods
8 transportation and storage
9 instructions for use
Annex a (recommended) Types of products
Annex b (normative) Types of damage during the test on frost resistance
Annex b (informative) Calculation of resistance of masonry compressive strength of
brick and stone in heavy solutions
Annex g (informative) Thermal characteristics of solid (conditional) clutches

GOST 530-2012
INTERSTATE STANDARD
BRICK AND STONE CERAMIC
General technical conditions
Ceramic brick and stone. General specifications
Date of 2013-07-01

self-supporting and curtain walls and other elements of buildings and structures. heat-resistant and acid-proof brick. Methods of determining compressive strength and bending strength GOST 14192-96 marking of goods GOST 18343-80 trays for brick and ceramic stones. This standard sets out the technical requirements. Test methods for flammability Not e -When using this standard it is advisable to test the effect of reference standards in the territory of the State under the appropriate pointer standards established as at 1 January of the current year and on . 1 area of application This standard applies to brick and stone ceramic (hereinafter referred to as products) used for masonry and lining of the carriers. Technical conditions GOST 25706-83 Magnifiers.1-81 Products. arches. This standard does not apply to bricks for paving roads. Method for the determination of kislotostojkosti GOST 3749-77 squares testing 90°. resistance control GOST 8462-85 Wall Materials. Technical conditions GOST 7025-91 bricks and stones. methods of testing products. Technical conditions GOST 473. walls. The types. as well as clinker brick. General technical requirements GOST 26254-84 buildings and structures. Specific effective activity of natural radionuclides GOST 30244-94 building materials. brick masonry on the inner surface of chimneys and industrial ovens. Technical conditions GOST 427-75 rulers measuring metal. Methods for determination of heat transfer resistance of frame structures GOST 30108-94 construction materials and products. chemical-resistant and heat-resistant ceramic. ceramic and silicate. subjected to heavy load. used for laying the foundations. 2 normative references In this standard the following normative references used interstate standards: GOST 166-89 (ISO 3599-76) Calipers. basic parameters. acceptance rules. and bricks for exterior masonry chimneys. industrial and household stoves. Methods for determining the density and water absorption.

2 normal brick format (single): the product is in the form of a rectangular parallelepiped nominal size 250 × 120 × 65 mm.11 the stone with the pazogrebnevoj system: the product with the tabs on the vertical sides for pazogrebnevogo connections in masonry stones without the use of mortar in the vertical seams.relevant information signs.10 brick rough: the product that provides the performance characteristics of masonry. 3.9 brick: the product that provides the performance characteristics of laying and acting as a decorative material. the position. providing operational characteristics of masonry in a highly aggressive Wednesday and as decorative material. forming the wall thickness when laying in one stone.16 : punch the smallest facet products located perpendicular to the bed (see figure 1). .8 clinker bricks: Product having high strength and low water absorption. located parallel to the base of the brickwork (see figure 1). published this year.13 an unhealthy size (length) of the stone: product Size between vertical faces with bumps for pazogrebnevogo compounds forming when laying the length of the wall. designed to complete the brickwork.12 work size (width): Size between the smooth vertical edges (without protrusions for pazogrebnevogo connections).15 stretcher: the largest surface area of the product located perpendicular to the bed (see figure 1). 3. 3 terms and definitions In this standard the following terms applied to the relevant definitions: 3. 3.7 the cover element: the product of a special form. designed for devices of the oviposition. which provides a link to it applied part not affecting this link. 3.4 brick: Product containing no emptiness or voidness not more than 13%. 3.6 brick: a product that has a form different from the forms rectangular parallelepiped.5 hollow brick: a product that has voidness of various shapes and sizes.3 stone: the large piece of pottery pustoteloe nominal thickness 140 mm and more. when using this standard should be guided by replacing (modified) standard. 3. Unless a reference standard replaced (changed). 3. 3. If a reference standard canceled without replacement. 3. 3. 3. 3.14 bed: Working line products. 3. 3.1 brick: Ceramic piece product designed for masonry mortars on the device. 3.

23 peeling: destruction of the products. expressed as a percentage. 3. 3. angle of the product.19 Brack: Crack passing through the entire thickness of the product. opening width more than 0.17 voidness: the percentage of voids in the volume of the product. referred to as polovnjaku. 3 -thickness. 3.20 posechka: Crack opening width not more than 0.5 mm. 3. 1 -width. .28 vysoly: Water-soluble salt onto the surface of the ceramic ware in contact with moisture. 3. 5 -bed. arising in the process of drying or roasting and do not affect product characteristics. 4 -stretcher.27 contact spot: Plot the surface of the product. 3. Products with cross-cutting crack.25 cracking: the appearance or increase the size of the cracks after exposure to alternating temperatures (see annex b).24 chipping: Falling fragments of a product surface (see annex b). 3. 3.18 crack: Gap products without breaking it apart. with more than half the width of the product. excellent color. formed by the splitting of it.5 mm. 3. 2 -length.21 otbitost': Mechanical damage to the faces. 6 -small Figure 1-fragment masonry 2 3. 3.26 half brick: Two parts. in the form of detachment from its surface of thin plates (see annex b). edges.22 splitting: a defect of the product caused by the presence of carbonate or other inclusions (see annex b). 3.

30 exposed brickwork: Masonry. M600. the inner part of double layered wall.6 On the Thermo-technical characteristics of the product depending on the class of average density subdivide into groups according to table 1. 1. F35.1 Products are divided into ordinary and facial. M35. 3. 3.5.1. 2. exposed in periodic moisture and alternate freezing and thawing but not related to bricklaying in highly aggressive Wednesday.1. Cement. 4 Classification.34 brickwork in unaggressive Wednesday: Masonry. 3. M50. moisture and alternate freezing and thawing. stones-M25. exposed in the permanent saturation of water as a result of the impact of the totality of adverse natural and/or artificial factors (groundwater or wastewater. The stone can be made with flat vertical faces. F75. clinker brick-M300. In terms of the average density of the product are divided into classes 0.4 resistance articles subdivide into marks F25. grainy or smooth bearing surface (bed). Voidness in articles can be located perpendicular (vertical) or parallel to the bed (horizontal). F200.2 Brick manufacture polnotelym and hollow. М150.4. 1.8. M100.4. M125. M300. 1. 4. 4.7. stone-just annoying. M500. outer wall. М250. 3.29 Black hearts: Plot inside the products resulting from the formation of the firing process products iron (II) oxide.1. M175.2.0.33 brickwork in moderately aggressive Wednesday: Masonry.31 protected brickwork: Masonry. Stone with pazogrebnevym and pazovym compounds can only be a member. protected by a layer of plaster or lining). climatic conditions) and at the same time frequent freezing and thawing in the absence of effective protection. М150. М200. 3. Cement.32 brickwork in highly aggressive Wednesday: Masonry.1. M300.3 on durability the brick subdivide into marks M100. Grinders. 2. F100.1 Classification 4. 4. М200. M50. M175. protected against water penetration (the inner wall. not subject to the operating conditions. 0.1. М800. not protected from external climatic influences and water penetration. with bumps for pazogrebnevogo connections on the vertical edges. 4. M35. F50. М250.1.3. 4. M125. . basic dimensions and symbols 4. brick and stone with horizontal perforation-M25. M100. F300. M400.0.

0 Improved efficiency 1. Table 2-nominal size brick In millimetres Nominal dimensions Product size View products Ingres designation Length Width Thickness Brick CD 250 120 65 1 NF 250 85 65 0. 0.2.4 NF perforation 250 200 70 1. Featured products.5 NF 288 138 65 1.7.2 basic dimensions 4. 2.7 NF 250 120 88 1.2 Effective 1.1 Products make nominal sizes shown in tables 2 and 3. as well as the location of voids in the products listed in the annex and.8 NF 250 120 55 0.0.3 NF 288 138 88 1.4 NF 250 60 65 0.Table 1-product groups on the Thermo-technical characteristics Medium density class products Product group on the Thermo-technical characteristics 0.8 NF Bricks with horizontal CWP 250 120 88 1.8 NF Table 3-nominal sizes of stone In millimetres Ingres Nominal dimensions .8 High efficiency 1.4 Inefficient (ordinary) 4.4 Conditionally effective 2.

00195 m3 rounded value to one decimal place.2. 2.7 (11. with the deviation of dimensions should not exceed the values shown in the 4. 6.7 (11. Length or View non-working Width or Thickness of Thickness of Product size products size unpolished stones cut stones designation the size of the Stone KM 250 120 140 .0) NF 250 380 219 229 10.3 (15.2 (5.8) NF N o te s 1 is allowed upon agreement with the consumer manufacturer production of additional products and products of other nominal sizes.1 (11. calculated as the product of nominal dimensions length x width x thickness.8 NF 250 380 140 .8 NF 250 250 188 .1 NF 250 250 140 .0) NF 260 510 219 229 14.6 (3.5 (5.2) NF 510 250 219 229 14. 4.6) NF 248 250 219 229 7. 6.9 (15.2.3) NF 260 250 219 229 7.3 (15.9 (7.5 NF 380 250 140 .8) NF cover 188 250 219 229 5.0 (7. volume normal format bricks 0. .6) NF 380 250 219 229 10.0 NF 510 120 219 229 6.8) NF 129 510 219 229 7.5) NF 129 380 219 229 5.1 (7. 2. Product thickness must be a multiple of the thickness of the brick plus 12 mm-bed seam.6) NF 250 510 219 229 14.4 (7.2) NF 260 380 219 229 11.6) NF Stone KMD 129 250 219 229 3.3 (7. 6.2) NF 250 250 219 229 7. the size designation (format) product is defined as the ratio of the volume of products in cubic metres.

4. of a width not exceeding 120 mm ± 3. . brick ordinary ± 3.2. Diameter of vertical cylindrical voids and size hand square voids should be no more than 20 mm. 1 mm for polished stone. RADIUS corner vertical adjacent faces should not be more than 15 mm. 4. 4 ± pazogrebnevogo Stone with pazogrebnevym compound ± 10. stone-not less than 8 mm.4% of the length of any stone face length or width of more than 300 mm.4 the deviation from flatness faces not allowed more products: 3 mm for brick and stone. 1. Stone width greater than 120 mm ± 5.2. width chinked cavities-not more than 16 mm.2 limit deviations from the nominal dimensions should not exceed on one product. Dimensions horizontal voids do not regulate. -thickness: brick facial ± 2.2.5 hollow brick outside walls width should be not less than 12 mm. The size of the voids products with voidness not more than 13% do not regulate. 3 in parentheses are the size designation for polished stones.2. depth of the bevel on the horizontal edges-no more than 3 mm. width: brick. 4. 4. mm: -by length: brick and stone without connection. stone.3 the deviation from squareness adjacent faces not allowed more products: 3 mm for brick and stone with a length of up to 300 mm. stone ± 4. Dimensions and number of protrusions pazogrebnevogo connections are not regulated.

2 NF brand strength. Examples of legend: Ordinary (obverse). 4NF/75/1. medium density class 0. dimensions 250 × 120 × 65 mm. the size designation of the brick-in accordance with table 2.8/35/GOST 530-2012.4. for clinker CL. marks on cement strength medium density class 1.8. F50 resistance: KM-r (KM-l) 250 × 120 × 140/2. format half 10. Pazogrebnevym stone (polished). 3nf/100/0. 1NF format. size stone with pazogrebnevoj system-according to table 3.1 format. mark on frost resistance F50: CD-r (CD-l) 250 × 120 × 65/1NF/200/2.For stone allowed voids (when laying) with total area of cross section not exceeding 13% of the area of bed rock.8/35/GOST 530-2012. solid dimensions 250 × 120 × 65 mm. . l-for personal. Clinker brick.8/35/GOST 530-2012.3. medium density class 2. medium density class 0. brick (hollow). M100. 250 mm size. mark on frost resistance and the designation of the standard. w-for polished stones. Stone rough (obverse).4/50/GOST 530-2012. dimensions 250 × 120 × 88 mm. 1NF/200/1.0/GOST 530-2012. medium density class 0. stamps on frost resistance F35: KMD-PG (PG-KMD-w) 250/P10.4. brand strength M100.4/50/GOST 530-2012. medium density class 2. PG-stones with pazogrebnevoj system. 1NF format. nominal sizes of stone-in accordance with table 3. M100. format 1. medium density class 1. 4NF. dimensions 250 × 120 × 140 mm NF 2. Pu-for ventilating bricks. 3nf. stamps on frost resistance F35: KMD (KMD-w) 250/100 NF/5. stamps on strength.0/50/GOST 530-2012. medium density class. stamps on frost resistance F35: KM-PG (KM-NG-w) 510/14. 7NF/100/0.0.8. the letters r-for ordinary. brand strength M500.3 the legend 4.0. mark on frost resistance F100: CD-KL-on (CD-KL-Pu) 250 × 120 × 65/1 NF/500/100/2. 14 format.2 Allowed to fully identify products enter the symbol for more information.8.2/0. Brick with horizontal arrangement of voids rough (obverse). size 510 mm. Stone cover with connection pazogrebnevym (polished). 250 mm format size 5.3. Stone cover (polished). F50 resistance brand: CWP-r (CWP-l) 250 × 120 × 88/1. brand strength M200. brand strength M200. 4. 4.1 pottery symbol shall consist of the type designation in accordance with tables 2 and 3. the legend: for corpulent brick.7 brand strength SF.

limewater) incorporate depth not exceeding 3 mm. Color and appearance of the front brink set by agreement between the manufacturer and the consumer and stipulate in the document. approved by the manufacturer. surface. pieces. 5. size.1 Facial products must have at least two personal faces-lozhkovuju and tychkovuju.1.1. 5. glazurovaniem.2 The facial products allowed single swelling (e.3 on facial and clinker products not allowed vysoly. double molding or otherwise. On ordinary products allowed intumescent inclusion with total area of not more than 1. with a total area of no more than 0.4 defects in appearance.0% of the vertical faces of the product. mm. 5. Table 4-defects in appearance products The value of the Type of defect Facial products Ordinary products Otbitosti.1. ofakturennoj torkretirovaniem. angobirovaniem. and number of products which exceed the values specified in table 4are not allowed.g. deep corners otbitosti edges and faces are Are not allowed 4 longer than 15 mm.1. Face brick and stone by the sight of an obverse surface of produce: -with smooth and embossed surfaces. Individual posechki total length. Otbitosti. pieces. 5.1 appearance 5. Ordinary products are manufactured with smooth or embossed vertical faces. deep corners otbitosti edges and faces of a 2 Not regulated length not exceeding 15 mm. Articles may be natural color or volumetric painted. not more: .2% of the area of the front faces.When conducting export-import operations symbol products permitted to specify in the contract for the supply of products (including to enter additional alphanumeric or other information). 5 technical requirements Products must be manufactured in accordance with the requirements of this standard for the process regulations.

.6 in the party is not allowed more than half brick 5% of the volume of the batch.1.8 710-800 1. depending on the product group on the Thermo-technical characteristics are listed in table 6.7 classes.1.2 Characteristics 5.7 Before the 700 0.2. -for bricks 40 -for stone 80 Not regulated Crack.0 810-1000 1. otbitosti and cracks in the pazogrebnevogo connection elements are not considered a defect. 5. + 100 kg/m3 -for other classes. Coefficient of thermal conductivity of masonry in dry condition. 3 For facial products specified defects facial faces. Table 5 classes of medium density products Medium density class products Density. PCs.2.1.2.8 and 1. Thermal characteristics of heat conductivity coefficient is assessed by masonry in dry condition. 0.0 1410-2000 2. 2 cracks in mezhpustotnyh partitions. The average density of brick and stone depending on average density class must match the values given in table 5. kg/m3 0.4 2010-2400 Deviation of a single value of medium density (for one of the five sample) shall not exceed: + 50 kg/m3 -0. 5. 5. Are not allowed 4 N o te s 1 Otbitosti with a depth of less than 3 mm are not regarded as rejection.0. 5.2 1010-1200 1.4 1210-1400 2.5 products have allowed black core and the contact spots on the surface.

0.0 > 4.24 to 0.20 Improved efficiency St. brick with horizontal arrangement of voids and stone-on the value of the compressive strength. W/(m ·° c) High efficiency Before 0.4 > 3. 4NF 4NF Brand The smallest The smallest The smallest products The The The The average average The smallest average average for an for an for an for the for the for a single for the for the individual individual individual five five sample five five samples samples samples samples sample sample sample Grinders 100. 2 Thermal characteristics of solid (conditional) layings are given in Appendix G . etc. up to 0. 5.0 M400 40.9 M500 50.0 M600 60. corpulent brick than 1. 0.0 80. Table 7-durability products in compression and bending Bending strength. Limits compressive strength and bending strength shall not be less than the values shown in table 7.36 Conditionally effective St.4 3. 0.Table 6-product groups on the Thermo-technical characteristics Product groups on the Thermo-technical Coefficient of thermal conductivity of masonry in characteristics dry condition  .3 Trademark brick strength set by the values of the limits of compressive strength and bending strength.4 4.0 40.9 2.2.) on the basis of tests or calculations.46 N o te s 1 the values of the coefficient of thermal conductivity for clutches with minimally sufficient mortar.0 64. Mpa Compressive strength.0 48.24 Effective St.46 Inefficient (ordinary) St.0 32.20 to 0. The value of the coefficient of thermal conductivity based on the actual flow of the solution set in the design or technical documentation (construction norms and rules.0 М800 80. MPA products hollow brick format less hollow brick format 1.36 0.0 .4 > 2.

1 1. - M50 5.4 1. .0 3.4 Absorption products must be: -not more than 6.3 1.0 1.5 1.3 M200 20.2 1.5 2.0 . - For products with horizontal arrangement of voids M100 10. - M25 2.5 1.9 1. .8 1.2.5 2.4 2.5 15.7 2.6 Acid clinker bricks should be not less than 95.5 10. . . chipping (in addition to having broken away from the calcareous inclusions)-not less than 25.6 0.0 12.2 3.9 0. . . - M35 3.0 3. . 5.2. .9 2.0 25. .5 . .1 M175 17.5 . - Cement 7. . chipping. 5.5.0 2.5 5.5 2.9 1.0 M150 15.3 2.9 1.8 0.8 1. - M25 2.0 20.5 . .5 .0 3.0% for other products. .5 5. . -not less than 6. - M35 3.7 brick and stone need to be cold-resistant and depending on the brand of resistance in a saturated water status shall withstand without any visible signs of damage or destruction- cracking.0% in clinker bricks.0 4.4 0. . . the initial speed of water absorption of the supporting surface (bed) products must be not less than 0.1 1.3 1.5 М250 25.8 M100 10.5 3. . .0%.1 2. . peeling. .5 1.7 2.7 Cement 7. 200 or 300 freeze-thaw cycles. . .0 17.0 7.1 1. . 50.1 1.4 2.5 2.10 kg/(m2 · min) and no more than 3.0 2.2.2 1.2.5 1. . .5 1.00 kg/(m 2 · min)-from facial products.5 . - 5.9 M125 12. . 35. .4 1.0 . .5 . M300 30.6 0. . . . .5 2.0 7.0 3.5 2. . . 75. 5.5 . without limiting the maximum value-from ordinary products. - M50 5. . . 100. .

Mark on frost resistance of clinker bricks shall be not less than the F75.4. . -conventional designation of the product. 5. industrial waste (ugleothody. 5.4 Labelling 5. diatomaceous earth). ash. The manufacturer has the right to apply to the package by adding information that is not contrary to the requirements of this standard and that identify the product and its manufacturer.3 requirements for raw materials Clayish raw materials. etc. -conformity mark on delivery of certified products (if provided certification scheme)..2. kg.2 Marking applied on every packing unit.3. 5. -batch number and date of manufacture. -number of products in the packaging unit. packing unit mass. 5. mineral and organic additives shall comply with the requirements of the normative and technical documents on them.1 on not obverse surface of the product during the manufacturing process cause in any way the trademark or the short name of the manufacturer.8 ceramic products apply to non-combustible construction materials in accordance with GOST 30244.).2. In one packing unit shall not be less than 20% identifiable products.4. Allowed upon agreement with the consumer to deliver facial product brand on frost resistance F35. (kg). 5. Lessa. 5. PCs. facial products-not lower than the F50.9 Specific effective activity of natural radionuclides andRMS in the articles should be no more than 370 Bq/kg. The marking may be applied directly on the container or on a label which paste on the packaging or on a label attached to the package in a way that ensures its safety during transportation.Types of damage to the goods after the test of resistance to Frost is given in annex b.4. siliceous rocks (Tripoli. Thermo team effectiveness. The marking should contain: -the name of the manufacturer (or his trademark) and address.

5. 5. Each cargo package (overpack) shall have transport markings in accordance with GOST 14192.1. 6.2 Products take parties. Upon acceptance of the products by the consumer party believe products.4. 6.4 Quality products provide: -input control of raw materials. 6 acceptance rules 6.3 in one packaging unit should be the product of one symbol.4 upon agreement with the consumer allowed other types of packaging to ensure the safety of products during transportation.5.5. Table 8-number of selected products (designs) for testing Name of indicator Type of testing Frequency control Test method . The quality of our products confirmed acceptance control of finished products. Products must be taken technical control manufacturer. -operating industrial (technological) control. or articles in volume one vehicle decorated one document about quality.3 the party must consist of products of the same symbol. 6. sold under a particular contract (order).2 the laid product must be packed in shrink or stretch wrap or other materials.5.5 for testing by random selection from different places of the Party selected a number of articles (samples) in accordance with table 8.1.5. 5. Packaging 5. to ensure the safety of the products. The product must be stacked on the pallet method safety packing unit during storage and transportation. 6.5. 5. 5. Batch size set maximum daily formulation of a furnace. Acceptance control includes acceptance and periodic testing.4.

+ Once in two weeks On 7. Each party On 7.3. + Once a week On 7. dimensions 25-35 Deviations + . Each party On 7. Each party -Stone 5 .10 strength of clinker bricks Flexural 5 . .10 strength: -brick. + Once per month On GOST absorption 7025 .5 of calcareous inclusions The presence . + Once a week On GOST strength clinker 8462 bricks The presence . PCs. The number of selected Acceptance Periodic products (samples). Appearance Stone-brick + . 10 + .8 efflorescence for clinker and facial products Average + . Each party On GOST strength brick 8462 Compressive 10 . - Flexural 5 + . Each party On GOST density 7025 Water .4 from the nominal dimensions and forms Compressive On 7. + Once per month On 7. 7.3.

the correctness of form and frost resistance) are unsatisfactory results. Periodic tests for indicators of water absorption. In the absence of data on provider enterprise-specific effective activity of natural radionuclides tests products for this indicator should be conducted at least once a year at an accredited testing laboratories. + Once per month On 7. if the size and accuracy of forms selected from the batch only one product does not meet the requirements of this standard.8 a game shall. if the retest results correspond to all the requirements of this standard. The results of periodic tests to subject all bundled in a batch until the next periodic test. by the presence of calcareous inclusions-when changing the content of inclusions in the mud. The initial . If you do not comply with party do not take. 6. as well as when changing a provider of raw materials.1 Frost resistance 5 . . 6. the initial speed water absorption. Receiving party shall not be subject to if the two selected from party products do not meet the requirements of this standard. size and accuracy of the form.9 if tests products on indicators given in table 8 (except for appearance. efflorescence and frost resistance of products also hold when changing raw materials and technological parameters. A party shall. + Once a year On GOST clinker bricks 473. 6. 6. + Once per month On 7. size indicators. kislotostojkosti. + Once a year On GOST effective activity of 30108 natural radionuclides andEFF Selected products are checked for compliance with the requirements of this standard in appearance. and then experiencing.6 Acid strength .7 Thermal characteristics of solid masonry define when products. + Once a quarter On GOST 7025 Specific .7 speed of water absorption Voidness 3 .6 Specific effective activity of natural radionuclides andEFF control input control according to documents the company-supplier of raw materials. conduct product re-testing in this indicator for twice the number of samples taken from this party.

which indicate: -the name of the manufacturer and/or his trademark. -water absorption. List of monitored parameters set in consultation with the participants in the test. In the case of tests carried out in the presence of a representative of the manufacturer. -acid (clinker).6. -number (mass) units in the lot.10 in testing consumer products. -the name and symbol of the product. Thermo team effectiveness. chinked checks the length of the otbitostej edges. 6.3.11 Each party supplies must be accompanied by a document about quality. by applying the methods of control in accordance with section 7. mark on frost resistance.3 determination of geometric dimensions 7. (kg). -brand. -speed of initial water absorption. -the lot number. -voidness. 7. radius of curvature . At export-import content of the accompanying document as specified in the specific contract for the supply of products. PCs. strength class. -number and date of issue of the document. sample selection and assessment of the results of controls carried out in accordance with the requirements of this section. 7.1 sizes. in surveillance and certification tests. thickness. the size of the square and the width. length. diameter of the outside walls of the cylindrical voids.2 test methods in conducting productive operations control set in the technological documentation for manufacturing. -specific effective activity of natural radionuclides andEFF. 7 test methods 7.1 test methods in quality control of the raw materials and input materials indicate the technological documentation for the manufacturing of products tailored to the requirements of normative documents of this raw material.

4. or metal ruler on GOST 427 the greatest gap between the surface and edge of a square.5.1 the deviation from squareness facets define putting a square to adjacent sides of a product and measuring metal ruler on GOST 427 the greatest gap between a square and a side. Samples. 7.3 outside walls thickness of hollow products measured in at least three places of each outer wall. stack on a rack placed in a jar with a lid.2.2. 7. . 7. As the result of the measurement take the arithmetic mean of three measurements.3. formed by a square. Steaming continued for 1:00 then the samples cooled in the closed vessel during 4 hours. 7. As the result of the measurement shall take the greatest value. Measurement accuracy-± 1 mm.5 the presence of calcareous inclusions determine after steam cleaning products in the vessel.adjacent faces and the depth of the bevel on the edges of the metal ruler is measured according to GOST 427 or slide on GOST 166. Measurement accuracy-± 1 mm.1.4. As the result of the measurement shall take the smallest value. 7. Measurement accuracy-± 1 mm.3.3.3. For measurement result shall take the greatest of all measurement results. after which the product is checked on conformity to requirements 5. As the result of the measurement shall take the greatest of all measurement results. Measurement accuracy-± 1 mm. Pour under water Grill is heated to a boil. calibrated in accordance with the established procedure.2 the length. after which they check for compliance with the requirements of 5.4.2 the deviation from flatness products define.6 Voidness products is defined as the ratio of sand that fills the void products to the volume of the product.4 disclosure of cracks Width shall be measured using measuring magnifying glasses on GOST 25706. -Measurement accuracy of ± 0. 7. Dimensions measure within the voids of emptiness no less than three cavities.4 determination of the correctness of form 7. width and thickness of each product shall be measured along the edges (at a distance of 15 mm from the corner) and in the Middle edges of opposite faces. Depth of otbitosti corners and edges shall be measured by means of a square by GOST 3749 and rulers on GOST 427 perpendicular from the top corner or edges. to the damaged surface. not previously exposed to moisture. 7. putting one side of a metal Straightedge to the edge of the product and the other along each diagonal facets and measuring probe.1 mm. 7.

Product cleaning. (h) -product thickness. Scales to ensure measurement accuracy not less than 0. remove excess water and weighed. 7. (l) -length of the workpiece. Voidness of the product p. The product immersed in water with a temperature of (20 ± 5)° c at a depth (5 ± 1) mm and stand over (60 ± 2) Then the test sample is extracted from the water.%. mm. measure the length and width of submerging in water bearing surface and calculate its area.1 kg/(m2 · m) .7. The samples are dried to constant mass (105 ± 5)° c and cooled to room temperature. mm. 7. kg/(m2 · m). The water level in the tank should be kept constant. mm3.7.Void products lying on a sheet of paper on a flat surface the holed part facing upwards.4. sand pouring into a glass measuring cylinder and fix it. mm. and with a height of not less than 20 mm. 7. (d) -width.7 the initial determination of water absorption 7.3 testing Sample weigh. For test result take arithmetic mean value of the three parallel definitions and to rounded up to 1%.0 mm. fill with dry quartz sand fractions 0.2 Equipment Water tank with a footprint larger than bed products.7.1. processing of the results Primary water absorption rate withABS. Stopwatch with 1 with divisions. calculate using the formula (1) where Vdog -sand volume.1% of the dry weight of the sample. with a grate or ribs on the bottom to create the distance between the bottom and the surface of the product. Preparation of samples A model is a whole product.7. Drying oven with automatic temperature maintenance (105 ± 5)° c. calculated for each sample with a precision of 0.5-1. 7. with surface which removed dust and surplus material.

7. On the expiry of 7 h 8 half dried products in the oven at a temperature of (105 ± 5)° c to constant mass and then compared with the second half. mm 2. and aged for 7 h 20 (water level in the vessel must be kept constant). t 2 -sample mass after water immersion.10. as well as check availability of information which is the basis for such a link. checking for compliance with 5.1.3. 7.. The initial speed of water absorption is calculated as the arithmetic mean value of the results of five concurrent definitions.8 determine whether vysolov To determine whether the product is split into two vysolov roughly equal halves. When arbitration trials brick and stone used grinding clinker-cement leveling solution prepared under subsection 2.1 mm for every 100 mm length. Non-parallelism of contact surfaces examinees samples (measured height difference on the four vertical edges) should be no more than 2 mm. . untreated controls testing. t = 1 min). t -time soak sample in water (constant.6 GOST 8462. 7. When tested. stacked beds on top of each other. the stones as the sample using a stone. Preparation of samples Samples in an air-dry condition. S -area of submerging the sample surface. The deviation from flatness supporting surfaces examinees samples should not exceed 0. one of whom dipped into the flank of a batted.1. g. (2) where the t1 -the dry weight of the sample. When testing the brick test specimen constituted from two whole bricks.10 compressive strength products define the compression test machine on GOST 8462 with the following additions. Allowed carrying out of acceptance tests apply different alignment methods supporting surfaces of samples subject to the availability of the correlation between the results obtained with different methods of alignment. g. to designs of clinker bricks used the alignment of the cement mortar. 7. Preparation of supporting surfaces for acceptance testing hold ground.9 flexural strength brick determined in accordance with GOST 8462. filled with distilled water to a depth of 1-2 cm.

the average . 7. calculate using the formula (3) where r is the maximum installed load during the test sample n (kgf). 7.Test specimen shall be measured according to average lines supporting surfaces with an accuracy of ± 1 mm.3 compressive strength products RCol. On the lateral surface of the sample put centerlines. Water absorption at saturation water samples to determine the temperature of (20 ± 5)° c at atmospheric pressure. Laying of rough stones perform thickness in one stone. 7. Define coefficient of experimentally on a fragment of the wall. then support this loading speed to destruction of sample occurred no earlier than 1 min.1 MPa (1 kg) as the arithmetic mean value of the test results the 6.12 the acid strength clinker brick determined in accordance with GOST 473.10. Assessment of the extent of damage all the samples hold every five cycles of freezing and thawing. mm 2 (see2).2 testing Sample set in the Centre of the base plate of the machine for compression. The result is Middle density definition products rounded up to 10 kg/m 3. 7.5 m (see figure 2). water absorption and frost resistance (volumetric method of freezing) of products determined in accordance with GOST 7025. taking into account the mortar joints perform one thick and one bonded lozhkovogo rows of bricks or stones.5 number of samples. 7.1. The length and height of masonry should be not less than 1.11 the average density. Breaking load value register. MPA (kgf/cm2). The value of the compressive strength of samples calculate with accuracy up to 0. Clutch perform the complex solution of 50 marks.10.14 the coefficient of heat conductivity of oviposition by GOST 26254 with the following additions. Frost resistance determine the volumetric method of freezing. (F) -cross-section area of the test piece (without subtracting square voids). and press the upper plate of the machine. calculated as the arithmetic mean value of the squares in the upper and lower surfaces.13 Unit effective activity of natural radionuclides andEFF determined according to GOST 30108. Load tests on sample should increase as follows: to achieve about half of the expected value of breaking load-randomly. 7. combining the geometrical axis of the sample and plate. which.

sofitami. etc. Masonry performed in the opening of the climate Chamber with a device on a path of insulation slab insulation.density of 1800 kg/m3. 1 -single brick masonry. 2 -laying from incrassate a brick.0 (cement: izvest: sand) by volume. the temperature in the warm zone camera tin = 18° c-20° c. in hollow-9 cm.9:8. a general view of masonry) b) examples of oviposition in cross-section  -thickness of masonry.0:0. 3 -stone masonry Figure 2-the fragment of the masonry to determine the coefficient of thermal conductivity Fragment of the products through perforation technology should be performed. Humidity in masonry products define nondestructive control. using other solutions. the whole 1. Executing the snippet of masonry than the one specified above. . but not more than 1400 and at least 800 kg/m 3.0 m 2 · ° C/W. on Portland cement of mark 400 with a draught of the cone to fit articles 12-13 cm. relative air humidity (40 ± 5)%. After producing a fragment of masonry to its external and internal surface rub clean plaster solution of a thickness not exceeding 5 mm and density corresponding to density of subjects of articles. Testing the camera is carried out at the temperature difference between the inner and outer surfaces of masonry  t = (tin . which indicated in the test report. stage 2-spend an extra drying masonry to humidity 1%-3%. Fragment of masonry in two stages: -stage 1-laying stand and dry for at least two weeks before the humidity not more than 6%. thermal resistance of the insulation must be at least 1. excluding mounting hole fill solution or filling cavities with a solution of the entry in the test report. to a temperature of 35° c-40° c. reduction of exposure time laying under the condition of the exterior surface of the blower and heating the inner surface of the slice tubular electric heaters (ten).tn) > 40° c.

Thermal parameters record after the onset of the stationary thermal state of masonry no earlier than 72 hours after the inclusion of the climate Chamber. For each heat flow meter and thermocouples define arithmetic mean value readings over the observation period qi and t(i). On the basis of tests calculate a weighted average of temperature of exterior and interior surfaces of masonry in view of lozhkovogo and bonded area of measured plots. m2. By value calculate the equivalent thermal conductivity coefficient of masonry EQ() w/(m ·° c) according to the formula (6) where  -thickness of the masonry.Before the test. in the light of the actual humidity during tests by the formula (5) Where is . Measurement of conducting at least three times at intervals of 2-3 h. w/m 2. Thermocouples and heat meters establish so that they cover the surface of the lozhkovogo zone and bonded brickwork.° С. Additionally on the inner surface of the masonry install heat meters according to normative document. q Wed average density of heat flow through the test fragment of masonry. as well as a series of horizontal and vertical mortar joints. as well as the vertical and horizontal mortar joints of sites according to the formula (4) where ti -surface temperature in point i. m. Building plot of equivalent thermal conductivity of masonry humidity (see figure 3) and determine the change in the value of the  EQ one percent humidity  EQ W/(m ·° c) according to the formula (7) . 2 According to the test results determine thermal resistance of masonry m ·° c/w. the outer and inner surfaces of masonry in the central zone set at least five thermocouples under existing normative document. Fi -area i-station.

subject to security requirements.3 Mass the same package must not exceed the rated load capacity of the pallet.2 Transportation brick and stone implement in dry form.5 Formed transport packages must be stored in one layer in solid piles. Transport packages form the warehouse or directly to the production line on pallets by GOST 18343 size 1 × 1 m (980 × 980 mm) or technological containers of other sizes on technical documentation of the manufacturer. The package can be installed on top of each other is not above four storeys.4 in the technological documentation for manufacturing lead mounting diagram in the transport package depending on the distance of transportation and vehicle type. calculate using the formula (8) (9) For test result take arithmetic mean value of the coefficient of thermal conductivity of masonry in dry condition  0 . 8. 8. operating in the transport of a particular type. W/(m ·° c). Figure 3-diagram of dependence of equivalent thermal conductivity coefficient of masonry humidity Coefficient of thermal conductivity of masonry in dry condition  0 W/(m ·° c).5 and safety regulations. in accordance with the rules of carriage of goods. 8.6 storage of products a consumer should be in accordance with the requirements of 8. . 8. calculated by the formula (10) 8 transportation and storage 8. 8.1 the Products transported by all modes of transport.

parapets. 1. In accordance with the requirements of normative documents on the design of clinker brick can be used in the foundations and walls of buildings. density.2 Type products (bricks.8. production work (construction norms and regulations. flue pipes. ordinary facial clinker PFC. Table 9-terms of use View products Stone Hollow brick and stone Brick full Terms and classes medium density class 1.4 conditions of use average density 0. When applying the clinker brick project documents should take into account the physico- mechanical characteristics-high durability and frost resistance.2.0 Unagressive Wednesday: -brickwork + + + + + + + -exposed + + + + + + + brickwork Moderately aggressive . 9 instructions for use 9. 9. for use in the sewage system. 1.0 and 2.1 brick and stone apply taking into account the requirements of existing regulations for the design. for the construction of retaining walls. increased resistance to aggressive external influences.0 classes average density 2.3 clinker brick apply mainly for masonry and lining in highly aggressive Wednesday. ducts and so forth For laying of clinker using special mortars for products with water absorption no more than 6%. self-supporting and curtain designs. columns. brand strength and frost resistance point in the working drawings. Loading products in bulk (nabrasyvaniem) and unload their dropping are not allowed.7. codes of practice) and standards in accordance with the design documentation for the construction of buildings and structures. basements. stones) for masonry load-bearing. facial clinker 0.4. low water absorption. including for facing of facades of buildings. 9. Terms of use of other species are listed in table 9. pedestals. 2.8.7 the loading and unloading of packages of products must be carried out mechanically by means of special lifting devices ensure safety products and safety compliance production handling. for external walls of premises with damp mode.

1 . + + + + -exposed . manufactured in accordance with the requirements of this standard are given in tables c. .Wednesday: -brickwork + + + + + + + -exposed . . . 2 applications in. + + brickwork Highly aggressive Wednesday: -brickwork . Annex A (recommended) Types of products Solid brick Bricks with cylindrical perforation Brick with square perforation Brick with except emptiness . + brickwork 9. .c. . + + . .4 reference values of the compression resistance of masonry made of brick and stone. + .

2-Products with horizontal perforation . 1-Products with vertical perforation Figure a.A stone with a hole to capture Stone without openings up for grabs Figure a.

3-piece with neskvoznymi emptiness Figure a.Figure a. 4-stones .

1-types of damage during the test on frost resistance . Appendix B: (mandatory) Types of damage during the test on frost resistance Figure b.

9 0.5 1.2 zero M300 3.3 3.0 1. Mark MPA brick or stone on When the solution When brand solution strength strength.7 1.6 3.5 M50 .7 1.6 3. 2 Class Decreasing coefficients to the calculated resistances compression of hollow ceramic brick and medium stone density When brand solution When the strength of the solution .8 1. Application In (informative) Calculation of resistance of masonry compressive strength of brick and stone in heavy solutions Table C.35 M35 . .6 1.3 1.4 0.8 1.6 1.6 Cement .5 2. 0.2 1.4 1.2 1.5 1.5 0.9 0.7 0.85-for laying on hard cement mortals (without additives lime or clay). .4 2.2 1.0 1.1 1. 1.7 M100 .6 0. Decreasing coefficients do not apply to masonry quality.3 3. 0. Brand solution for conventional masonry brickwork and high quality point in the project.7 2.2 3. 2.0 0. .0 2.5 1.8 2. 1 Estimated compressive strength of masonry on heavy mortars from a brick and ceramic stones with except perforation width to 12 mm with a height range of 50-150 mm masonry R.25 N o te -Compressive strength of masonry on solution marks from M4 to M50 should be reduced by applying the reduction coefficients: 0.4 1. 1. 2.3 1.5 М250 3.2 1.7 0.1 0.0 2. .3 1. MPA M200 M150 M100 Cement M50 M25 M10 M4 0.1 0.2 2.9 3.0 0.6 0.4 1.6 2.9 0.8 1.3 1.9 1.45 0. lungs and limy solutions up to the age of 3 months.7 0.5 1.2 1.5 2.6 0.0 2.8 2.8 0.2 2.0 1. .9 1.7 1.0 0.8 1.5 2.0 M150 2. Mortar joint of the laying of high quality perform under frame with leveling and sealing solution rejkoj.9 0.9 0.8 M125 .3 M200 3. Table C.9-for masonry cement mortars (no lime or clay) with organic plasticizer.8 0.

65 1.5 0.45 0. 1.24 1. M200 M150 M100 Cement M50 M25 M10 M4 0.65 0.0 1.9 0.16 0.0 1.6 0.75 0.48 0.85 0.0 2.55 Appendix D: (informative) Thermal characteristics of solid (conditional) clutches G1 Shown resistance to heat layings R0 KLAve define calculation on temperature fields for each individual building project taking into account the requirements acting construction norms and rules.65 0.65 0.0 0. Table G.9 0.27 0.0 0.41 0.7 0.23 0.9 0.8 0.36 0.9 0.65 1.55 0.85 0.%.0 0.14 1000 1130 0.75 0.35 0.8 0.18 1.14 1200 1300 0.0 0.55 0.6 0.5 0. 1-heat engineering characteristics of solid (conditional) clutches Characteristics of masonry The mass Odds in dry condition ratio of Average moisture in thermal density the masonry conductivity  Type of masonry products  .12 Stone hollow 800 960 0.9 0.15 0.55 0.0 2. W/(m° c) operation  mg/(m · h PA) (A) B (A) B The laying of the stone and brick on a cement-Sandy solution density  0 = 1800 kg/m3 Stone hollow 600 670 0.85 0.0 2. Thermal characteristics of masonry using hollow products are masonry performed without void filling solution.0 0.8 0.2 0.28 1. G2 continuous heat engineering characteristics (conditional) clutches made of ceramic products in laboratory conditions.75 0.14 1100 1215 0.33 1.75 0.6 1.65 0.14 .13 1. with Vapour  0 operating  0 conductivity  0 conditions permeability kg/m3 conditions kg/m3 .65 0.75 0.32 0.9 0.6 0.0 1. are given in table g.9 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.5 0.2 zero 2.40 0.20 1.4 0.9 0. under Density Thermal W/(m° c).21 0.12 porous ceramic material 800 890 0.9 0.75 0.

39 0.14 1400 1370 0.16 0.15 0.41 1.46 0.37 0.33 0.47 0.0 0.27 1.38 1.20 thickened Hollow brick 1000 1040 0.0 0.15 single and thickened 1100 1120 0.5 3.39 0.14 1400 1300 0.5 3.37 0.5 3.15 1300 1285 0.42 0.5 3.24 1.0 4.0 0.0 4.47 0.0 2.31 0.15 .0 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.32 0.20 1.90 0.13 porous ceramic material 800 870 0.26 1.30 1.81 0.09 Laying on a cement mortal with porous insulation filling density  0 = 1200 kg/m3 Stone hollow 600 640 0.23 0.28 1.0 0.13 1400 1480 0.36 0.39 1.21 0.31 0.0 4.10 2000 1960 0.14 Brick 900 960 0.13 Brick 900 1090 0.39 0.54 0.44 0.49 0.53 0.0 2.14 1300 1405 0.44 0.80 0.50 0.26 1.5 3.24 trepel'nyj brick single and 1000 1040 0.0 0.19 thickened Hollow brick 1000 1170 0.0 2.47 0.0 0.39 0.0 2.14 single and thickened 1100 1250 0.42 1.0 0.5 0.5 0.0 2.70 0.30 1.29 0.5 3.0 4.52 0.41 0.35 0. 1300 1460 0.18 1.0 0.15 1100 1115 0.13 Stone hollow 800 890 0.16 1200 1200 0.37 0.32 1.0 0.0 0.61 0.47 0.0 0.0 0.27 1.30 2.32 0.11 bricks and thickened 1800 1800 0.26 0.70 0.45 1.32 0.55 0.0 0.34 2.13 Solid single 1600 1640 0.40 0.0 2.0 0.31 2.0 1.56 1.26 2.13 1.0 0.0 1.50 0.0 0.14 1200 1330 0.15 1000 1030 0.0 0.29 1.0 0.0 0.15 1200 1200 0.5 3.45 0.66 1.42 0.23 trepel'nyj brick single and 1000 1170 0.51 0.0 2.5 3.0 0.31 0.42 0.0 2.24 1.45 0.0 2.5 3.

16 1100 1055 0.24 0.27 2.5 3.5 3.0 0.0 4. 1300 1280 0.12 2000 1750 0.19 2.0 4. 3 thermal conductivity Coefficients layings of hollow products with density up to 1200 kg/m 3 on a cement- Sandy solution density 1800 kg/m 3.36 0.25 2.0 0.16 1300 1190 0.0 0.37 0. performed without events.14 1400 1360 0.60 1.0 0.0 1.0 0.5 3.17 1.22 0.30 2.40 0.5 3.16 single and thickened 1100 1035 0.0 3.13 bricks and thickened 1800 1590 0.23 2.43 0.31 1.20 0.12 bricks and thickened 1800 1670 0.0 0.86 0.70 0.0 4.36 0.16 1000 970 0. 2 the values of the coefficients of the oviposition of hollow products are for oviposition. which excludes technology filling voids with a solution.34 0.0 4.30 0.40 0.60 0.0 4.47 0.53 2.14 porous ceramic material 800 800 0.37 0.46 0.16 1200 1110 0.16 1300 1220 0.0 4.46 0.0 3.0 0.0 0.0 1.38 0.45 0.49 0.12 N o te s 1 intermediate values of thermal indicators brickwork define the interpolation.41 0.23 2.77 0.0 3.27 2.15 Solid single 1600 1430 0.0 0.15 1400 1300 0.70 0.14 0.10 Laying on cement-perlitovom insulation solution density  0 = 800 kg/m3 Stone hollow 600 630 0.39 0.0 0.5 0.11 2000 1830 0.5 3.12 1.0 0.14 Solid single 1600 1510 0.15 0.39 0.0 3.0 0.50 1.39 2.24 2.0 0.5 0.0 0.30 0.0 0.15 1400 1270 0.36 0.42 1.0 3.82 0.35 0.15 Hollow brick 1000 960 0.65 0.0 4.31 0.0 0.50 0.33 0.42 0.56 0.45 0.0 4.29 2.0 0.0 3.45 2.33 1.28 2.0 0.66 0. excluding filling voids with a solution .14 Stone hollow 800 800 0.58 0.25 2.0 0.74 0.16 1200 1140 0.

5 operating conditions a and b shall take.0 × 1. clinker brick.should take appropriate density. acceptance rules Original МЕЖГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ . 4 the value of the coefficient of thermal conductivity of masonry in the actual filling voids solution determined by the density of manufactured and dried until air-dry condition fragment size masonry 1. technical requirements. in accordance with applicable building codes.0 × 0. increased by 100 kg/m 3.38 m using the values shown in this annex. 6 specific heat of masonry in dry condition with0 = 88 kJ/(kg ·° c). test methods. stone. Keywords: ceramic brick. ceramic.