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Thermoplastics piping systems for non-pressure underground drainage and sewerage - Thermoplastics shafts or risers for inspection chambers and manholes - Determination of resistance against surface and traffic loading (ISO 13266:2022)
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This document specifies a method of testing the resistance of the upper assembly of inspection chambers and manhole components against surface and traffic loading. It is not applicable to requirements for testing the cover and frame. Those requirements are specified in EN 124-1 or other standards, depending on the material. NOTE    Upper assembly components normally include shafts or risers, cones, telescopic adapters and near surface components.


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Technical Committee :
CEN/TC 155 : Plastics piping systems and ducting systems


start of the vote on the project    08/09/2022   date of ratification (dor)    05/08/2024
end of the vote on the project    01/12/2022   date of anouncement (doa)    07/01/2025
start of the vote on the final project    09/05/2024   date of publication (dop)    07/04/2025
end of the vote on the final project    04/07/2024   date of withdrawal (dow)    07/04/2025

Publication Official Journal
of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg


Relations to older standards
ILNAS-EN 14802:2005

International Classification for Standards (ICS codes) :

23.040.20 : Plastics pipes
23.040.45 : Plastics fittings
91.140.80 : Drainage systems
93.030 : External sewage systems


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