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What is DIN ? DIN controls the flatness by continuously calculating the deviation of the floor from m,. m and m mean lines (the mean lines. Din Table 3 P·ermltted filatness devlaHons. Co'lumn. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Group. Deviations applicable to. 1 unfinished upper surfaces of floors, su bfloors. Section 5 of the German DIN (General Building Specification) relates to Further Explanatory Information · Click Here To Download Table 3 pdf.

Toleranzen im Hochbau - Bauwerke Supersedes May edition. In keeping with current practice in standards published by the International Organization for Standardization ISO , a comma has been used throughout as the decimal marker. Contents Page Foreword. Amendments The following amendments have been made in comparison with the May edition. Translation by DIN-Sprachendienst. O No pari of this translation may be reproduced without the prior permission of Ref No. This standard does not deal with deformation values as a function of time and loading. These normative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text and the titles of the publications are listed below. For dated references, subsequent amendments to or revisions of any of these publications apply to this standard only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. For undated references, the latest edition of the publication referred to applies. DIN DIN Modular coordination in building Tolerances for building - Terminology, principles, application and compliance control 3 The permitted deviations set out in table 1 apply to the following, using the measuring points specified in clause 6: Permitted deviations from structural sizes - length, width and height, axial and modular sizes; - openings e. Table 1: Permitted deviations The permitted position deviations given in table 2 shall not be exceeded, even though the permitted deviations from table 1 may be fully utilized. They shall not apply to sprayed concrete surfaces If the flatness of surfaces is to be subject to more stringent requirements cf. Where the depth of masonry is equal to the thickness of a brick, the flatness tolerances shall only apply to the fair face.

Page 5 DIN : 6 Compliance control 6.

Measuring points for sizes in elevation table 1, group 2 Figure 4: Checking of height 6. Measurement of angles shall also be from these points. Where rooms are not rectangular in shape, the line of measurement shall be at right angles to a reference line.

Measurements shall be taken at two levels cf. Where walls or columns are not vertical, the line of measurement shall be at right angles to a reference line. A room shall be measured taking two measuring points each 10 cm from the wall cf, figure 5.

DIN : Tolerances in building construction - Buildings

Clear heights under joists shall be measured at both edges i O cm from the edge of the support. Measuring points for clear dimensions in elevation table 1, group 4 El Figure 5: Checking of width 6. The grid shall be measured out.

Distances between measuring points shall be selected on the lines of those shown in figures 6 and 7. Line of straightedge Figure 6 : Position deviations and distances between measuring points in a check for flatness e.

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Modular size: Levels: Actual s Sections: Figure 7: Determination of actual deviations by measurement of surface levels To measure surface levels, the surface shall be divided into a grid e. The measurements shall be taken where grid lines intersect.

In this example, for the section between points of intersection 4 and 6, the position deviation shall be measured at the point of intersection situated at level 5, and for the section between points of intersection 5 and 10, the position deviation shall be measured at the level situated at point of intersection 7.

Explanatory notes In the following, the survey reference system for determining actual deviations from structural sizes is explained.

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The reference system by which to survey the building can be established in terms of position and height from fixed points. As a rule, this point should be a point of intersection. The position of the absolute point of origin shall be such that, even after completion of the building, it remains, for surveying purposes, clearly marked, secure and accessible.

The orientation of the reference system is determined by a second agreed point which should, if possible, be situated on a line of the reference system which runs through the point of origin cf.

Read All Testimonials. Din Table 3: Flatness tolerances Column 1 2 3 4 5 6 Group Applicable to Position deviations limit values.

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In mm, for distances between measuring points, in m, up to. Unfinished upper surfaces of floors, subfloors and concrete bases subject to more stringent requirements e.

Finished floors e. Finished walls and ceilings e.