Update on DIN EN 1610, DWA-A 127, DWA-A 157

DWA-A 139 – Effects of excavator-mounted compactors on soil and installed pipelines

Joint publication of DIN EN 1610 and DWA Worksheet A 139

The publication of the German version of EN 1610:2015-12, Construction and testing of drains and sewers, necessitated a revision and adjustment of DWA Worksheet A 139. The following changes, adjustments and additions were made: maximum dimensions for construction materials in the pipeline zone, requirements for recycled building materials, definition of minimum work space widths, additional requirements for the pipe-soil system, homogeneous areas, leak tests, visual inspection coding in accordance with EN 13508-2, manufacturer’s...

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