EN 233:2016 Wallcoverings in roll form – Specifications for finished wallpapers, wall vinyls and plastics wallcoverings
EN 234:2019 Wallcoverings in roll form – Specification for wallcoverings for subsequent decoration
EN 235:2020 Wallcoverings in roll form – Vocabulary and symbols
EN 259-1:2001 Wallcoverings in roll form – Heavy duty wallcoverings-
Part 1: Specifications
EN 259-2:2001 Wallcoverings in roll form – Heavy duty wallcoverings-
Part 2: Determination of impact resistance
EN 266 :2020 Specification for textile wallcoverings
EN 12149:1998 Wallcoverings in roll form – Determination of migration of heavy metals and certain other elements, of vinyl chloride monomer and of formaldehyde release
EN 12956:1999 Wallcoverings in roll form – Determination of dimensions, straightness, spongeability and washability
EN12781:2001 Wallcoverings – Specification for cork panels
EN13085:2001 Wallcoverings – Specification for cork rolls
EN15102:2007 + A1:2011 Decorative wallcoverings – Roll and panel form products
EN15102:2019 Decorative wallcoverings
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Declaration of Performance (DoP) and CE mark:
Manufacturers have reported concern that some wallcovering products are being placed on the market in the EU without Declaration of Performance or CE mark. It is not known whether this is through ignorance of the requirements of the Construction Products Regulation or exploitation of a derogation (Article 5)in the CPR.
Previous advice from IGI indicated that individual product offered on the internet as custom made and supplied direct to the user may use this derogation. A recent proposal from BSI by two experts on the CPR and its predecessor the CPD suggests that the derogation is much more limited in its scope.
Publication of the proposal indicates that CE non- compliance is possibly a general problem for construction product manufacturers.