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Eu/enterprise/construction/cpd-ds/). 1 and shows the relevant clauses applicable. This annex has the same scope as Clause 1 of this standard and is defined by Table ZA. 1. 2 9 See Notes 1 and 2 Selection of cements by the Member States in technical regulations for particular intended uses shall be possible, based on the different cement products and on strength classes b None b None Only for CEM I and CEM III b None Only for CEM I and CEM III Requirements expressed in terms of upper limits b None Requirements expressed in terms of upper limitsb None b None Requirements expressed in terms of lower limits Requirements expressed in terms of upper limits Requirements expressed in terms of upper limits Requirements expressed in terms of upper limits Requirements expressed in terms of limits b None Only for low heat common cements Only for CEM IV Durability relates to the concrete, mortar, grout and other mixes made from cement according to the application rules valid in the place of use Requirements expressed in terms of upper limitsb None Only for sulfate resisting common cements See Notes 1 and 2 The requirements in these clauses, including the entire contents and tables of the clauses listed, are fully integrated parts of this harmonised European Standard for cement.

3 CE marking and labelling The manufacturer or his authorised representative established within the EEA is responsible for the affixing of the CE marking. g. a delivery note. 1; 2) as an alternative, standard designation(s) alone or in combination with declared values as above, and 3) “No performance determined” for characteristics where this is relevant. The “No performance determined” (NPD) option may not be used where the characteristic is subject to a threshold level. Otherwise, the NPD option may be used when and where the characteristic, for a given intended use, is not subject to regulatory requirements in the Member State of destination.

1 of EN 197-1:2011, a fly ash is used as main constituent. 5 of EN 197-1:2011, an admixture conforming to the EN 934 series is used. 6) Only where CEM I-SR 5 is produced with a different limit of the sulfate content compared to the specifications given in Table 5 of EN 197-1:2011. 5 of EN 197-1:2011, the quantity of organic additives on a dry basis exceeds 0,2 % by mass of the final cement. For reasons of practicability, selections from the following alternative arrangements for bagged cement concerning the presentation of the accompanying information may be used.

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