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Type: Artigo
Title: The importance of the European standard EN 1504, on the protection and repair of concrete structures
Author: Monteiro, F. C. B.
Trautwein, L. M.
Almeida, L. C.
Abstract: The growing concern for sustainability in construction, supported by environmental policies, has been urging the designers, builders and entities linked to the sector, a more informed view of the importance of the aspects that relate to the quality, performance, durability and life useful constructions, translated into a set of procedures, obtained by the technical/scientific experiment and research, giving rise to Normative documents or Guidelines that regulate the practice of construction. The above, the present study aims to highlight the importance of European Standard EN 1504, entitled: “Products and systems for the protection and repair of concrete structures”, both present as a single document that includes all aspects that relate to the protection of processes and/or repair, as well as leads to an absolute involvement of all professionals affects the work (owners of the works, designer, contractors and suppliers material). This fact has allowed a higher level of confidence of project owners and simultaneously obtaining quality construction and superior durability. The standard content comprises 10 distinct parts. Initially, there will be a theoretical approach of each party, follows the relationship between them and finally their practical applicability through four concrete examples. Thus, it intends to contribute with the professional progress, in the use of this powerful wide application tool, from simple detection of pathologies arising from the development and repair of project control
Subject: Habitações - Manutenção e reparos
Country: Alemanha
Editor: Springer
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s41024-017-0022-0
Date Issue: 2017
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