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CEN/TR 17113:2017 Edition 10/2017
Construction products - Assessment of release of dangerous substances - Radiation from construction products - Dose assessment of emitted gamma radiation
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Abstract

The aim of this Technical Report is to propose a methodology to determine indoor gamma dose from building materials and to help classify such a product as required in the Construction Products Regulation [7]. This first technical approach could be a precursor for the development of a harmonized European Standard based on this methodology. NOTE 1 In this Technical Report, doses from radon and thoron exhalation are excluded. However, in 3.3, information is given on how radon exhalation is dealt with in (EU)2013/59/Euratom, the Basic Safety Standards Directive (2013/59/EURATOM) [1]. NOTE 2 Compliance with national exemption levels for NORM nuclides remains.

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Standard - Active

Origin

Technical Committee :
CEN/TC 351 : Construction Products - Assessment of release of dangerous substances

Implementation

start of the vote on the project      date of ratification (dor)    28/05/2017
end of the vote on the project      date of anouncement (doa)   
start of the vote on the final project    02/02/2017   date of publication (dop)   
end of the vote on the final project    27/04/2017   date of withdrawal (dow)   


Publication Official Journal
of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
Reference

International Classification for Standards (ICS codes) :

91.100.01 : Construction materials in general

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