Interlaboratory technical project MC 12/2013 (Completed)
|Test subject||Code of the standard||Name of the standard||Tested parameters||* Beginning of the project||** Acceptance of applications till||*** End of the project|
|Asphalt mixtures||EN 12697-6:2012, Procedure В||Bituminous mixtures – Test methods for hot mix asphalt – Part 6: Determination of bulk density of bituminous specimens||Bulk density /ua/||16.12.2013||15.03.2014||30.06.2014|
|EN 12697-5:2009, Procedure А||Bituminous mixtures – Test methods for hot mix asphalt – Part 5: Determination of the maximum density||Maximum density /ua/|
|EN 12697-8:2003, clause 4||Bituminous mixtures – Test methods for hot mix asphalt – Part 8: Determination of void characteristics of bituminous specimens||Air voids content /ua/|
|EN 12697-34:2012||Bituminous mixtures – Test methods for hot mix asphalt – Part 34: Marshall test||Stability /ua/|
|EN 12697-34:2012||Bituminous mixtures – Test methods for hot mix asphalt – Part 34: Marshall test||Flow /ua/|
|Concrete products – Concrete paving blocks||EN 1338:2003, Анекс F||Concrete paving blocks – Requirements and test methods||Tensile splitting strength /ua/|
|EN 1338:2003, Анекс E||Concrete paving blocks – Requirements and test methods||Water absorption /ua/|
* The date which is pointed as a beginning of the relevant project is the date when acceptance of the applications starts.
** Application forms for the relevant project in English and Bulgarian may be found in the “ILC” section on our webpage: http://www.ptprovider.sslsb.org/
*** The end of the relevant project means that this is the deadline for the report to be prepared in case nothing else is stated in the instruction form QF 4.4-5.
/ua/ Under accredtitation (covered by the scope of accreditation)
/оа/ Out of accreditation (not covered by the scope of accreditation)
Note : All participants will receive further instructions for the process of implementing the relevant PT scheme. The minimum number of participants for a parameter to be included in the relevant PT scheme is 5.