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21/30437703 DC BS EN 12230. Surfaces for sports areas. Test method for the determination of tensile properties of synthetic sports surfaces

21/30437703 DC

BS EN 12230. Surfaces for sports areas. Test method for the determination of tensile properties of synthetic sports surfaces

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Standard number:21/30437703 DC
Pages:16
Released:2021-09-08
Status:Draft for Comment
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21/30437703 DC


This standard 21/30437703 DC BS EN 12230. Surfaces for sports areas. Test method for the determination of tensile properties of synthetic sports surfaces is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 97.220.10 Sports facilities

This document specifies three methods for the determination of the tensile properties of materials used as surfaces, elastic layers and shockpads for sports areas.

Method 1 measures the tensile strength of homogenous test specimens that are less than 25 mm in thickness.

Method 2 measures the transversal tensile strength of homogenous test specimens that are more than 25 mm in thickness.

Method 3 measures the tensile strength of sports surfaces or shockpads that are non-homogenous and contain slots or grooves cut into their structure.

This document is applicable both to prefabricated sheet materials and to materials formed by casting of liquid systems cured in- situ.

NOTE

If the nature of the sports surface is such that a properly representative test piece cannot be prepared in the manner described in this document, then determination of tensile properties should not be attempted for quality control purposes, or as a predictor of performance in use. With such materials, it can be more appropriate to determine their compressive properties or other dynamic characteristics for these purposes.