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BS EN 17685-1:2023 Earthworks. Chemical tests Determination of loss on ignition

BS EN 17685-1:2023

Earthworks. Chemical tests Determination of loss on ignition

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Standard number:BS EN 17685-1:2023
Pages:16
Released:2023-03-14
ISBN:978 0 539 17664 3
Status:Standard

BS EN 17685-1:2023 Earthworks. Chemical tests Determination of loss on ignition

Introducing the BS EN 17685-1:2023 Earthworks. Chemical tests Determination of loss on ignition, a comprehensive and authoritative standard that provides a systematic approach to the chemical testing of earthworks. This standard is a must-have for professionals in the field of earthworks, construction, and civil engineering, providing them with the necessary guidelines to ensure the quality and safety of their projects.

Released on 14th March 2023, this standard is the latest in the series, reflecting the most recent advancements and updates in the field. With a total of 16 pages, it provides a concise yet comprehensive guide to the determination of loss on ignition in earthworks.

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The BS EN 17685-1:2023 standard provides a detailed methodology for conducting chemical tests on earthworks, specifically focusing on the determination of loss on ignition. This process is crucial in assessing the quality of the soil and other materials used in earthworks, helping to prevent potential issues and ensuring the longevity and stability of the structures.

With its clear and straightforward guidelines, this standard can be easily understood and implemented by professionals, regardless of their level of experience. It provides a reliable reference that can be used in the planning, execution, and evaluation stages of any earthworks project.

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Choosing the BS EN 17685-1:2023 standard means choosing a tool that is recognized and respected in the industry. It is backed by the British Standards Institution (BSI), a globally recognized body that sets the benchmark for quality and safety in various fields. This standard carries the BSI's seal of approval, giving it a high level of credibility and reliability.

Moreover, this standard is up-to-date with the latest industry practices and advancements, ensuring that you are equipped with the most current and relevant information. It is also conveniently available in a digital format, making it easily accessible anytime, anywhere.

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  • Standard number: BS EN 17685-1:2023
  • Pages: 16
  • Released: 2023-03-14
  • ISBN: 978 0 539 17664 3
  • Name: Earthworks. Chemical tests Determination of loss on ignition
  • Status: Standard

In conclusion, the BS EN 17685-1:2023 Earthworks. Chemical tests Determination of loss on ignition is an invaluable resource for professionals in the earthworks and construction industry. It provides a comprehensive guide to chemical testing, ensuring the quality, safety, and success of your projects. Don't miss out on this essential tool - get your copy today!

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BS EN 17685-1:2023


This standard BS EN 17685-1:2023 Earthworks. Chemical tests is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 13.080.99 Other standards related to soil quality
  • 93.020 Earthworks. Excavations. Foundation construction. Underground works
This document specifies a method for the determination of the loss on ignition (wLOI) of fine, intermediate, composite and coarse soils, organic soils and anthropogenic materials (according to EN 16907 2) after ignition under air at 550°C. NOTE The loss of mass suffered by these materials at 550 °C is usually due to the release of volatile compounds, water (absorbed, crystalized or structural) and gases from decomposition of organic matter and inorganic substances such as sulfur, sulfides or hydroxides (e.g. H2O, CO2, SO2). A method is given in Annex B in order to estimate the organic matter content (COM) from the value of wLOI for clayey soils.