CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS REGULATION 305/2011
- Any construction product that is marketed in the European Union and which falls within the scope of the Regulation, must have CE mark.
- The documentation to be delivered by the manufacturer will depend on the evaluation system that corresponds to it.
- For evaluation systems 1, such as the concrete in situ barrier, the documentation to be delivered is:
- Certificate of Constancy of Performance.
- Declaration of Constancy of Performance.
- Installation Manual.
- Safety instructions and information.
- CE mark attached to the invoice.
LETTER TO THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION
CEN/TC 226/WG 01 N 185
- As the production of in situ concrete barrier is carried out directly on site, the European Construction Regulation was not clarified that it needs to have CE mark.
- As a consequence of the previous point, the European Commission has drawn up a letter clarifying that in situ concrete barriers can be CE marked according to harmonized standard EN 1317-5.
- European standard EN 1317-2 establishes the minimum conditions to be met in the design, production and installation of a vehicle restraint system.
- This standard defines the following main points:
- Vehicle impact tests.
- Containment levels.
- Impact severity levels.
- Normalized work width levels.
- Maximum dynamic deflection.
- Normalized vehicle intrusion levels.
Relation between tests and containment level
Illustration of work width, dynamic deflection and vehicle intrusion
Impact severity level classes
Work width classes
In situ concrete barriers designed and produced by GIVASA
|NAME||CONTAINMENT LEVEL||WORK WIDTH||DYNAMIC DEFLECTION||IMPACT SEVERITY LEVEL ASI|
|BHSEG0/0a-H1||H1||W2 (0,7 m)||0,22 m||B|
|BHSEG0/0a-H2W1||H2||W1 (0,6 m)||0,0 m||B|
|BHSEG0/0a-M-H2W2||H2||W2 (0,7 m)||0,0 m||B|
|BHDEG0/0a-H2W2||H2||W2 (0,8 m)||0,0 m||B|
|BHDEG0/0a-H2||H2||W4 (1,2 m)||0,50 m||B|
|BHDEG0/0a-HV-H2W3||H2||W3 (1,0 m)||0,0 m||B|