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EGOLF Harmonisation course 2018

Kursus kode: BRO15006
  • Kursusbeskrivelse

    There are many factors which may affect the result of a reaction to fire or resistance to fire test. Because of the very labour intensive nature of fire testing many of the factors are operator dependent. The training, experience and attitude of the operator are thus crucial to eliminate such variables that may, significantly affect the degree of uncertainty of measurement. In order to reach common interpretations and to minimise the operator generated uncertainties, EGOLF are giving training courses in the various CEN standards related to reaction to fire and resistance to fire.

    Målgruppe

    The course is open for both EGOLF members and non EGOLF members.

    Kursusindhold

    The aim of the training course on EN 1363-1 Fire resistance - general requirements, illustrated through EN 1364-1, is to explain the general principles and interpretations of the standards. During the course the following areas will be covered:
    • Introduction to EN 1363-1, EN 1363-2 and EN 1364-1
    • Planning and designing the test specimen
    • Installation and verification of the test specimen
    • Instrumentation
    • Pre-test preparation
    • Undertaking the test
    • Evaluation against performance criteria
    • Test report
    The course includes practical lessons in using the instrumentation described in EN 1363-1 and EN 1363-2.

    Varighed

    2. days

Hvidovre, DBI
Jernholmen 12
2650 Hvidovre

PRISER

DKK 1.200,00
(medlem)
DKK 1.500,00
(ikke medlem)

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Kursusdatoer


Hvidovre, DBI
10. oktober 2018
2 dage
Kursusdatoer
10. oktober 2018 kl. 09:00 - 16:00
11. oktober 2018 kl. 09:00 - 16:00

EGOLF Harmonisation course 2018

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