New DIN EN 1992-4 – current status, observations and background

Design of fastenings for use in concrete construction:

DIN EN 1992-4 has been derived from the revision of CEN/TS 1992-4 which comprises a general first part plus four additional, product-specific parts for headed fasteners, anchor channels, mechanical and chemical post-installed fasteners. The revision aimed at shortening the text of CEN/TS 1992-4 in line with standard specifications, thus enabling the regulations for designing the anchorage of fastenings in concrete to be incorporated in part 4 of Eurocode 2 (EN 1992). Furthermore, all types of fastenings are contained in a single document.

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