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Air ducts, substantial materials (non-construction product) (expired 2017-09-12; being updated)

Not in line with EN 15804

by: Josep Sole (josepsolebonet) 28 August 2014, 1:52:49 PM (GMT +1)

Boards for air conditioned ducts are a construction product any EPD must be in line wit EN 15804

Re: Not in line with EN 15804

by: Kristian Jelse (kristianjelse) 29 August 2014, 8:18:43 AM (GMT +1)

Dear Josep,

For the EPD to claim compliance with EN 15804, but PCR must be compliant with this standard, yes. There are market situations, e.g. outside of Europe, however, where the compliance with a European standard is not relevant, why we allow both compliant and non-compliant PCRs. The compliance or non-compliance should be stated in the EPD. Best regards, Kristian Jelse, Secretariat

Re: Not in line with EN 15804

by: Josep Sole (josepsolebonet) 29 August 2014, 10:57:38 AM (GMT +1)

This PCR is not neither in line with IS0 21930.
Even if one standard it's not mandatory it will make snse to align PCR with existing standards as a "good practice"
In my opinion this PCR sould not be acceped as it is in the draft.

Re: Not in line with EN 15804

by: Kristian Jelse (kristianjelse) 03 September 2014, 1:48:02 PM (GMT +1)

Dear Josep,

I do not know the details of ISO 21930 as well as EN 15804, why I cannot judge the compliance of the PCR with ISO 21930 myself. Are there any specific guidance that are contradictory or missing that you have noticed?

Best regards,
Kristian Jelse

Re: Not in line with EN 15804

by: Josep Sole (josepsolebonet) 04 September 2014, 4:47:50 PM (GMT +1)

Indicators and modules are absolutelly different in this draft PCR and Standards 

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