EN 1090

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The EN 1090 standards are European standards that regulate the fabrication and assembly of steel and aluminium structures and are recognized by the Construction Products Regulation.[1]

EN 1090 comprises three parts:[2]

  • EN 1090-1: Requirements for conformity assessment for structural components (CE-Marking)
  • EN 1090-2: Technical requirements for the execution of steel structures
  • EN 1090-3: Technical requirements for the execution of aluminium structures

EN 1090 replaced the nationally applicable regulations, e.g. in Germany DIN 18800-7 and DIN V 4113-3.[3]


  1. ^ “List of Harmonized Standards” Archived 2011-07-09 at the Wayback Machine, European Commission, 05.08.2011
  2. ^ “EN 1090-1, -2”, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), p. 2, 05-08-2011
  3. ^ EN 1090 defines execution class from 1 to 4 for structural steel and aluminum elements, While Execution class 1 is for simple support elements and execution class 4 is for complex structural element such as those used in steel bridges Construction Product Regulations Manufacturer Certification in Compliance with EN 1090”, 05.08.2011

Execution class in EN 1090 certification.[1]

External links[edit]

  1. ^ EXC class in EN 1090 Certification,Execution Class and Consequence Class in EN 1090 Certification