Important Norms and Regulations for ISOTEC system solutions

It is important to ISOTEC that our work is based on and rooted in applicable norms and regulations. The following is an overview of important norms, regulations and guidelines that apply to the removal of dampness and mould damages.


This list (dated September 2010) does not claim to be complete.

 


Structure condition analysis

  • WTA Information 4-5, Assessing Masonry - Masonry Diagnostics
  • WTA Information 4-11, Measuring Dampness in Mineral Materials
  • WTA Information, Status report on measuring dampness in mineral materials


External waterproofing

  • DIN 18195, Waterproofing of buildings
  • German Construction Chemistry, Regulation for Planning and Implementation of Waterproofing with plastic-enhanced bitumen cover layers
    (KMB) – Construction components in contact with earth
  • WTA Information 4-6, Retrofitting of waterproofing for components in contact with earth teile
  • ISOTEC external waterproofing guideline


Drainage

  • DIN 4095, Subsoil; Drainage to protect building structures; planning, assessment and implementation


Horizontal barrier

  • WTA Information 4-4, Masonry injection to prevent capillary dampness*
  • WTA Information 4-7, Retrofitting of mechanical horizontal barriers
    ISOTEC paraffin injection guideline


Interior waterproofing

  • WTA Information 4-6, Retrofitting of waterproofing for building components in contact with earth
  • ISOTEC interior waterproofing guideline


Climatisation panels

  • WTA Information 6-4, interior insulation according to  WTA Guideline I: Planning instructions


Crack compression and Flexband

  • ZTV-ING, Part 3, Solid Construction, Section 5, Filling cracks and hollows in concrete structural components
  • German Committee for Reinforced Steel, Waterproof Concrete Buildings (WU guideline)
  • DBV Information, high-quality use of underground levels - construction physics and room climate - German Concrete and Construction Technology Association e.V.


Restoration plaster

  • WTA Information 2-9, Restoration plaster systems
  • WTA Information 4-5, Assessment of Masonry - Masonry Diagnostics


Removing mould damage

  • LGA State Health Authority of Baden-Württemberg, Handbook; Recommended action for dealing with interior rooms infested with mould
  • LGA State Health Authority of Baden-Württemberg, Report; Mould in interior rooms - Proof, Assessment, Quality Management
  • Federal Environmental Authority, Handbook for the prevention, investigation, assessment and removal of mould growth in interior rooms
  • Federal Environmental Authority, Handbook for seeking the cause and restoration in cases of mould growth in interior rooms (“Mould restoration handbook”)
  • Construction Union Rheinland and Westfalen, Action information, Restoration of rooms with mould attack
  • BG BAU (the institution for statutory accident insurance and prevention in the construction industry), Action instructions, Health danger through biological work materials in building restoration
  • German Association for Protection of Wood and Buildings (Deutscher Holz- und Bautenschutzverband e.V.), Information 01/10/S, Professional removal of mould in interior rooms
  • Restoration of water damage
    WTA information E 6-16, Technical Drying
    of dampened structural components


Underground engineering

DIN 4124, Excavations and ditches, embankments, widening workspace, bracing

* from 2011 renamed: WTA Information 4-4, Retrofitting of horizontal barriers with certified injection substances


WTA Information 6-4, Interior insulation according to WTA Guideline I: Planning instructions WTA Information 4-6, Retrofitting of waterproofing for building components in contact with earth, ISOTEC interior waterproofing guideline, WTA Information 4-4, Masonry injection to combat capillary dampness * WTA Information 4-7, Retrofitting of mechanical horizontal barriers, ISOTEC paraffin injection guideline

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