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Steel Construction Certification Scheme Ltd
4 Whitehall Court Westminster
London SW1A 2ES
Country : United Kingdom

Phone : +44 (0) 20 7747 8134
Fax : +44 (0) 20 7976 1634

Email : sccs@steelconstruction.org
Website : www.steelconstruction.org

Notified Body number : 2273

Version(s): 1 2

Last update : 21/01/2011
 

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Legislation
89/106/EEC Construction products
Last update : 05/06/2013                 Version(s): 1 2 3

Decision Product family, product /Intended use AoC system Technical specification Body function
98/214/EC Structural metallic products and ancillaries (1/4) :
• Structural metallic sections/profiles: hot rolled, cold formed or otherwise produced sections/profiles with various shapes (T, L, H, U, Z, I, channels, angle, hollow, tubes), flat products (plate, sheet, strip), bars, castings, forgings made of various metallic materials, unprotected or protected against corrosion by coating (to be used in metal structures or in composite metal and concrete structures)
System 2+
EN 15048-1:2007
FPC Certification Body
98/214/EC Structural metallic products and ancillaries (2/4) :
• Structural metallic construction members: finished metallic products such as trusses, girders, columns, stairs, ground piles, bearing piles and sheet piling, cut to size sections designed for certain applications, and rails and sleepers. They can be unprotected or protected against corrosion by coating, welded or not. (for uses in work's frames and foundations)
System 2+
EN 1090-1:2009
EN 1090-1:2009+A1:2011
EN 1090-1:2009/AC:2010
FPC Certification Body
98/214/EC Structural metallic products and ancillaries (4/4) :
• Structural connectors: metallic rivets, bolts (nuts and washers) and H.R. bolts (high strength friction grip bolts), studs, screws, railway fasteners (for uses in structural metallic works)
System 2+
EN 14399-1:2005
FPC Certification Body
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