Conformity evaluation of building lime in accordance with EN 459 | Part 2

5 The contents of EN 459, Part 3 – Scope

The standard defines the procedure for evaluation of the conformity of building lime with the EN 459, Part 1, product standard, and is therefore addressed both to producers and to notified bodies.

With respect to the producer, the standard describes the factory production control system which he is required to define in a work’s quality manual, and internal surveillance of building lime production by the producer, consisting of internal quality control and autocontrol testing. It also provides rules for the action to be taken in case of non-conformity...

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