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Please note, the order volume has been updated to. This is due to package and minimum order quantities.
The performance of buildings is clearly reduced when they’re subjected to high temperatures. Mortars also lose their load capacity.
But for many years there were no standardized guidelines to design rebar when subjected to fire.
That’s because the TR023 guidelines, used to test products, only covered static conditions and not fire conditions.
Instead engineers had to rely on reports from technical institutes, such as DIBT and CSTB. But these tests weren’t standardized and design safety concepts weren’t necessarily compliant with Eurocode 2’s safety margins.
What changed in 2015
In 2015 the EAD 330087-00-0601 guidelines were endorsed. These showed how to evaluate rebar connections in fire. They replaced the TR023 guidelines for rebar connections with mortar. Now you can use EAD 330087-00-0601 to:
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