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BS 1982-0:1990 Fungal resistance of panel products made of or containing materials of organic origin Guide to methods for determination

BS 1982-0:1990

Fungal resistance of panel products made of or containing materials of organic origin Guide to methods for determination

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Standard number:BS 1982-0:1990
Pages:10
Released:1990-10-31
ISBN:0 580 18438 2
Status:Standard
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BS 1982-0:1990


This standard BS 1982-0:1990 Fungal resistance of panel products made of or containing materials of organic origin is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 79.060.01 Wood-based panels in general
  • 79.020 Wood technology processes

This Part of BS 1982 sets out general considerations to be taken into account in the selection of test methods for the assessment of fungal resistance of panel products, made of or containing materials of organic origin, in a variety of hazard situations.

The term “panel product” is used to include materials variously known or described as board or sheet materials, building boards, composite boards, rigid sheet materials, etc. It includes not only wood-based panel products such as plywood, particleboards and fibre building boards, but also products made of or containing other ligno-cellulosic fibres such as bagasse, flax and straw. BS 6100-4.3 and BS 4261 give guidance on terminology.

NOTE The titles of the publications referred to in this standard are listed on the inside back cover.


Sets out the general considerations (including health and safety) in the selection of an appropriate fungal test.