Overview. This standard serves the purpose of specifying basics for tolerances and for their testing. The tolerances specified in this standard and in DIN . Page 1. Flatness Specification: DIN – Table 3. Din Eng. Uploaded by Sameh Abboud. Tolerances for Building. Copyright: © All Rights Reserved. Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd.
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What is DIN ? DIN controls the flatness by continuously calculating the deviation of the floor from m,. m and m mean lines (the mean lines. Din Table 3 P·ermltted filatness devlaHons. Co'lumn. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Group. Deviations applicable to. 1 unfinished upper surfaces of floors, su bfloors. Section 5 of the German DIN (General Building Specification) relates to Further Explanatory Information · Click Here To Download Table 3 pdf.
Measuring points for clear dimensions in elevation table 1, group 4 El Figure 5: Checking of width 6. The grid shall be measured out. Distances between measuring points shall be selected on the lines of those shown in figures 6 and 7. Line of straightedge Figure 6 : Position deviations and distances between measuring points in a check for flatness e.
Modular size: Levels: Actual s Sections: Figure 7: Determination of actual deviations by measurement of surface levels To measure surface levels, the surface shall be divided into a grid e. The measurements shall be taken where grid lines intersect.
In this example, for the section between points of intersection 4 and 6, the position deviation shall be measured at the point of intersection situated at level 5, and for the section between points of intersection 5 and 10, the position deviation shall be measured at the level situated at point of intersection 7.
Explanatory notes In the following, the survey reference system for determining actual deviations from structural sizes is explained. The reference system by which to survey the building can be established in terms of position and height from fixed points.
As a rule, this point should be a point of intersection. The position of the absolute point of origin shall be such that, even after completion of the building, it remains, for surveying purposes, clearly marked, secure and accessible. The orientation of the reference system is determined by a second agreed point which should, if possible, be situated on a line of the reference system which runs through the point of origin cf.
This second point shall satisfy the same criteria as the point of origin.
An easily legible graph is produced for each mean line — when the floor complies with the limits defined by the specification the graph is green and when it does not comply, the graph is red. In table 3, Group 3 and 4 relate to floor flatness, the rest is a general building specification. Data is collected by the device before being downloaded to a handheld device for analysis. Read All Testimonials. Din Table 3: Flatness tolerances Column 1 2 3 4 5 6 Group Applicable to Position deviations limit values.
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