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Umwelt Produktdeklaration Name des Herstellers – Name des Produkts
ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATIONas per ISO 14025 and EN 15804+A1
Owner of the Declaration IGP Pulvertechnik AG
Programme holder Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU)
Publisher Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU)
Declaration number EPD-IGP-20190146-IBC1-EN
Issue date 16.01.2020
Valid to 15.01.2025
IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type powder coating
IGP Pulvertechnik AG
www.ibu-epd.com | https://epd-online.com
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1. General Information
IGP Pulvertechnik AG IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type coating powder / powder coating
Programme holderIBU – Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.Panoramastr. 110178 BerlinGermany
Owner of the declarationIGP Pulvertechnik AG Ringstrasse 30 9500 WilSwitzerland
Declared product / declared unitWeatherproof powder coating IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type suitable for facades, declared unit 1 kg
This declaration is based on the product category rules:Coatings with organic binders, 09.2017 (PCR checked and approved by the SVR)
Scope:This Environmental Product Declaration involves a representative formula of an organic, duroplastic powder coating manufactured by IGP Pulvertechnik AG. The Declaration comprises the depictable weatherproof colour range of the plain and pearl-mica effect colour shades of the product group IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type. The declared products refer to the development and production facility in Wil, Switzerland.
The owner of the declaration shall be liable for the underlying information and evidence; the IBU shall not be liable with respect to manufacturer information, life cycle assessment data and evidences.The EPD was created according to the specifications of EN 15804+A1. In the following, the standard will be simplified as EN 15804.
The standard EN 15804 serves as the core PCRIndependent verification of the declaration and data
according to ISO 14025:2010Dipl. Ing. Hans Peters(chairman of Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.) internally x externally
Dr. Alexander Röder(Managing Director Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.))
Christina Bocher(Independent verifier appointed by SVR)
2.1 Product description/Product definitionIGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type is a weatherproof, silk-gloss powder-coating system on the basis of saturated polyester resins, the corresponding hardener and special heat- and light-resistant pigments.
This Environmental Product Declaration involves a representative formula of an organic, duroplastic powder coating manufactured by IGP Pulvertechnik AG. Use of the product is subject to the respective national specifications at the place of use; in Germany, for example, the state building codes and the technical specifications based on these guidelines.
2.2 ApplicationIGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type is used for powder-coating facade elements and window profiles, primarily made of aluminium. On account of its long-term gloss and colour retention under the impacts of weathering, the application focuses on buildings or infrastructural construction projects.
2.3 Technical DataThe IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type powder-coating films applied with the recommended coating thickness of around 60 µm are specially developed for architectural applications with increased requirements on weather stability as well as scratch and abrasion resistance (S-type) and display the following powder and film properties:
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Construction DataName Value UnitDensity /ISO 8130-2/ 1.3 - 1.6 kg/m3Solids content /ISO 8130-2/ 100 %Gloss (Coatings) R' 60° acc. /ISO 8130-2/ GU 65-85 %
Salt spray resistance (AASS) /ISO 9227/
500 h, dmax ≤1
Sulphur dioxide and moisture condensation test /ISO 6988/
no bubbles dmax ≤1
Curing time from 0,25 hCuring temperature 170 °CTheoretical spreading rate in accordance to the layer thickness (μm) (Powder Coatings)
Hardness test /ISO 1520/
> 5 mm, with tape
Mandrel bending test /ISO 1519/ ≤ 5 -
Indentation hardness /ISO 2815/ ≥ 80 -
Scratch resistance in line with Martindale acc. to /ISO 129472-2/ and /DIN CEN 16611/. 32 cycles /500 Gr /residual gloss
> 65 % RG
Change in colour and gloss acc. to /GSB/ and /Qualicoat/, CIELAB colour space
Qualicoat class 1/
Accelerated weathering QUV /ISO 16474-2/ in residual gloss
300 h / 50 % -
Accelerated weathering WOM /ISO 16474-3/ in residual gloss
1000 h / 50%
Outdoor weathering Florida exposure gloss- and colour tolerances acc. /GSB International/,/Qualicoat/, /ISO 2810/ residual gloss
1 year / 50% -
Product performance values in terms of its characteristics following the relevant technical determination (no CE marking).
2.4 Delivery statusIGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type is supplied as a ground powder. The powder coating is packed in cardboard boxes lined with antistatic polyethylene (PE) sacks (volume 20 kg) or in cardboard containers containing 25 antistatic PE sacks à 20 kg (total volume 500 kg).
2.5 Base materials/Ancillary materials The Declaration refers to the following composition of IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type coating powder:
Binding agents (resin and hardener) 60-74% Pigments (coloured/effect pigments) 0- 5% Titanium dioxide 0-26% Extenders 10-26% Additives 1-2.5%
All formula ingredients are pre-registered in accordance with Directive (EC) No. 1907/2006 (/REACH/) and correspond with their designated use. Substances of very high concern (SVHC), last revised 15.01.2019, are not used.
The formula also meets the requirements of EC Directive 2011/65/EU (/RoHS 2011/65/EU/).The product / At least one partial product contains other CMR substances in categories 1A or 1B which are not on the candidate list, exceeding 0.1 percentage by mass in at least one partial product: noBiocide products were added to this construction product or it has been treated with biocide products (this then concerns a treated product as defined by the (EU) Ordinance on Biocide Products No. 528/2012): no
2.6 ManufacturePowder coatings are produced in the following order: weighing the individual components, mixing (pre-mixing), extruding (plasticisation and homogenisation), grinding, sieving and filling. The production levels are generally two- or three-stage.
Weighing is followed by the mixing process which homogenises the mixture. Then the substance mixture of raw materials is ready for extrusion plasticisation – a process which uses shearing forces to achieve intensive homogenisation (dispersion) of the raw materials. After extrusion, the smelt (extrudate) leaks out, is cooled and rolled out. Then the solidified mass is crushed into chips by a shredder which are then ground to their final powder processing form and then packed.�
2.7 Environment and health during manufacturing
Certification of the environmental management system in accordance with /ISO 14001/ of IGP Pulvertechnik AG guarantees environmentally-friendly manufacturing and prudent handling of all resources, e.g. the closed cooling circuit of the production plants, thermal recovery from waste production heat and air, as well as giving preference to suppliers which are near the production facility.
As the production process is largely automated, contact by employees with the raw materials and preliminary products used is minimised. The requisite personal protective equipment is also made available.
2.8 Product processing/InstallationIGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type can be processed using all "Korona" electrostatic plants typically available on the market. Processing via "Tribo" charging should be examined in individual cases.
Guidelines to be considered: VDE specifications in accordance with /VDE 0745/ and /VDMA standard sheet 24371-1/.
Powder coatings do not require any solvents for dispersion nor do they discharge any volatile components after forming a film.
The overspray can be extracted and reused using the corresponding equipment.
2.9 PackagingThe powder coatings are packed in PE foil and cardboard and transported on wooden pallets.
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Packaging materials are recyclable and should be directed to a recycling system. The wooden pallets can be reused.
2.10 Condition of useThe powder starting material is crosslinked via the link between the polymer chains during the curing process ("hardening") to form a smooth duro-plastic film. The ensuing surface is insoluble in water and irreversibly hardened. No solid or gaseous components come to the surface during use (no blooming, no odour emissions).
The protection duration and useful life are dependent on the facade lifetime. Any changes in colour or gloss comply with the tolerance band of the relevant quality associations, confirmed by the following material approvals for the IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type product group:
/Qualicoat/, "Class 1"/GSB International/, "Class Standard"/AAMA 2603/ test report
2.11 Environment and health during useWhen IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type is processed as designated and taking consideration of the applicable safety information, no impacts to health or harmful environmental influences can be anticipated.
2.12 Reference service lifeWhen surfaces coated with IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type are cared for appropriately, the service life corresponds with the useful life of the building. Weather-induced changes in colour and gloss do not impair the product’s protective effect.
Material aging occurs primarily through the effect of UV radiation and the influences of moisture. Both influences can lead to changes in colour and gloss which are within the tolerance framework of the GSB and Qualicoat quality associations but paint delamination should not occur. High concentrations of highly-reactive atmospheric gases such as industrial gases or chlorides –e.g. caused by de-icing salt – can lead to irreversible impacts in the protective effect of the paint film through to infiltration and delamination.
2.13 Extraordinary effects
FirePowder-coated construction products are classified as "non-homogeneous building products". By definition, powder coatings which are regarded as decorative coatings for metallic surfaces are non-substantial components of a construction and are therefore not building products; they can however be tested like a building product in accordance with /EN 13501-1/.
IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type is classified and was tested by the Materialprüfanstalt MPA Braunschweig in compliance with the reaction-to-fire process as per /EN 13501-1/. On the basis of the tests outlined above, the following general technical approvals were awarded by the Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik DIBt with the approval number /No. Z-56.428-1023/ dated 11 December 2018 for the IGP powder-coated systems
referred to above on one or both sides of coated metal surfaces or metal profiles with all-round coatings.
The powder-coating system referred to above is classified as a non-ignitable building material in accordance with /EN 13501-1/: class A1 or class A2-s1, d0, depending on the product range and coating thickness. Evidence of approval is provided on the respective product technical data sheet.
Building Material ClassName ValueBuilding material class non-ignitable A1 to A2 1 - 2
Burning droplets d0Smoke gas development S1 WaterFully-crosslinked films of IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type are not attacked by water. There is no hazard for water through contact with powder-coated surfaces, e.g. in the event of flooding.
Mechanical destructionIGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type powder-coated films display a significantly increased degree of scratch resistance to multilinear scratches and increased resistance to abrasive stress. Mechanical flexibility is displayed in accordance with /GSB/ and /Qualicoat/ requirements
2.14 Re-use phaseIGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type coatings can be removed chemically or thermally from the substrate within the framework of metal recovery and then disposed of thermally. Paint sludge arising during chemical removal is also suitable for incineration.
2.15 DisposalWaste code in accordance with the European waste directory for powder coatings: /EWC/, some waste derived from coating powder, residual powder and filter waste fine powder (which has not been applied) is used for the manufacture of composite materials. Incineration within the framework of energy recovery for cement plants has also been established.
2.16 Further informationMore detailed product information:
Website: http://www.igp-powder.comTechnical data sheet: IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-typeTechnical information: Ti 106, Ti 107, Ti 108, Ti 109
Safety data sheets on specific items are available online.
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3. LCA: Calculation rules
3.1 Declared UnitThe declared unit is 1 kg.On average, 0.102 kg powder coating is used for application to a metal surface.The volume depends on the part geometry, covering capacity, powder cloud, speed etc.This Environmental Product Declaration declares a representative formula. The formula on which the composition is based has been selected so as to represent the maximum environmental impacts for IGP-DURA®face 5807 S-type coating powder.
Details on declared unitName Value UnitGross density (mean value) 1400 kg/m3Declared unit 1 Kg
3.2 System boundaryType of EPD: Cradle to Grave – with options.
The product stage of the powder coating and disposal thereof is calculated in terms of its LCA in this Declaration.
This LCA comprises the provision of raw materials (Module A1), transport to the production facility (Module A2) and the powder coating manufacturing processes, including packaging (Module A3). At the end of life, the product is transported to the disposal plant (C2) where it is disposed of (C4).
Application of the powder coating is outside the system boundary of this EPD.
3.3 Estimates and assumptionsData sets on the upstream chains associated with manufacturing basic materials are taken from the /GaBi data base/. Materials for which there are no inventories available are approximated with data sets of similar chemicals or estimated by merging available data sets.
3.4 Cut-off criteriaAll data from the operating data survey was taken into consideration, i.e. all starting materials used according to the formula. Expenditure associated with transport is included in the calculations for all materials.
The LCA calculation considers the production waste incurred directly during production, the requisite electrical and thermal energy, and the packaging materials.
Accordingly, all material and energy flows are largely considered with a share of less than one per cent; exceptions: Big Bags (packaging material) and sludge during the manufacturing process each account for a share of
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4. LCA: Scenarios and additional technical information
The following information is used for calculating the declared modules: Construction installation process (A5)Name Value UnitOther resources (biogenic CO� emissions from the use of wood and cardboard as packaging)
Other energy carriers (renewable primary energy for material use, PERM [from packaging])
Other energy carriers (non-renewable primary energy for material use, PENRM [from packaging]) 0.160 MJ
Module A5 is not declared. Only the values for calculating CO2 neutrality and renewable primary energy for material use are indicated here (in accordance with the requirements indicated in /IBU PCR, Part A/).
These values are derived from the use of product packaging (volume: 0.004 kg PE film, 0.051 kg wooden pallet, 0.034 kg cardboard).
End of Life (C1-C4)Name Value UnitFor thermal utilisation without energy recovery 1 kg
An average distance of 200 km is assumed as a transport distance in C2. As a disposal scenario, it is assumed that the powder coating on an aluminium surface during disposal is disposed of thermally when recycling the aluminium (melting/incinerating). No credits were allocated for incineration for energy substitution but rather the emissions incurred were considered.
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5. LCA: Results
DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM BOUNDARY (X = INCLUDED IN LCA; MND = MODULE NOT DECLARED; MNR = MODULE NOT RELEVANT)
PRODUCT STAGECONSTRUCTION PROCESS
STAGEUSE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE
BENEFITS AND LOADS
BEYOND THE SYSTEM
A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 C1 C2 C3 C4 D
X X X MND MND MND MND MNR MNR MNR MND MND MND X MND X MND
RESULTS OF THE LCA - ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT according to EN 15804+A1: 1 kg IGP-DURAface 5807Parameter Unit A1-A3 C2 C4
Global warming potential [kg CO2-Eq.] 3.92E+0 1.63E-2 2.53E+0Depletion potential of the stratospheric ozone layer [kg CFC11-Eq.] 3.00E-14 2.69E-18 1.75E-15
Acidification potential of land and water [kg SO2-Eq.] 3.48E-2 4.13E-5 6.52E-4Eutrophication potential [kg (PO4)3--Eq.] 9.13E-4 1.03E-5 6.34E-5
Formation potential of tropospheric ozone photochemical oxidants [kg ethene-Eq.] 1.85E-3 -1.43E-5 2.67E-5
Abiotic depletion potential for non-fossil resources [kg Sb-Eq.] 2.33E-5 1.25E-9 3.74E-7Abiotic depletion potential for fossil resources [MJ] 7.61E+1 2.21E-1 1.06E+0
RESULTS OF THE LCA - RESOURCE USE according to EN 15804+A1: 1 kg IGP-DURAface 5807Parameter Unit A1-A3 C2 C4
Renewable primary energy as energy carrier [MJ] 8.22E+0 1.28E-2 2.95E-1Renewable primary energy resources as material utilization [MJ] 1.12E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0
Total use of renewable primary energy resources [MJ] 9.34E+0 1.28E-2 2.95E-1Non-renewable primary energy as energy carrier [MJ] 5.83E+1 2.21E-1 1.18E+0
Non-renewable primary energy as material utilization [MJ] 2.07E+1 0.00E+0 0.00E+0Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources [MJ] 7.90E+1 2.21E-1 1.18E+0
Use of secondary material [kg] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0Use of renewable secondary fuels [MJ] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0
Use of non-renewable secondary fuels [MJ] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0Use of net fresh water [m³] 2.14E-2 2.17E-5 6.21E-3
RESULTS OF THE LCA – OUTPUT FLOWS AND WASTE CATEGORIES according to EN 15804+A1: 1 kg IGP-DURAface 5807
Parameter Unit A1-A3 C2 C4
Hazardous waste disposed [kg] 7.79E-8 1.24E-8 6.51E-9Non-hazardous waste disposed [kg] 2.48E-1 1.80E-5 2.64E-1
Radioactive waste disposed [kg] 1.15E-3 3.00E-7 5.04E-5Components for re-use [kg] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0Materials for recycling [kg] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0
Materials for energy recovery [kg] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0Exported electrical energy [MJ] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0Exported thermal energy [MJ] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0
6. LCA: Interpretation
The loads during the life cycle are primarily caused by the upstream chains associated with the raw materials used in powder coatings. They account for a share of more than 50% in all impact categories. With except of the abiotic depletion potential (elementary) impact category, the binder and titanium dioxide pigment
preliminary products are responsible for more than 80% of the environmental impacts in Module A1 and therefore of relevance. The abiotic depletion potential (elementary) impact category is dominated by the additives.
7. Requisite evidence
IGP-DURA®face 5807 is used for powder-coating facade elements and window profiles, primarily made of aluminium. Building products powder-coated with IGP-DURA®face 5807 are primarily used outside the building. But window profiles also have contact with interiors. There are no statutory regulations concerning
evidence of VOC emissions for use in indoor applications. In-house studies conducted by the manufacturer have indicated that there is no evidence of a hazard to health or the environment in interiors which could be attributable to volatile organic compounds (VOCs), fire gases or leaching.
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/IBU PCR, Part A/Product category rules for building-related products and services, Part A: Calculation rules for the LCA and requirements on the Project Report, Version 1.7, Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V., 2019
/IBU PCR, Part B: Coatings with organic binding agents/ Product category rules for building-related products and services Part B: Requirements on the EPD for coatings with organic binding agents, Berlin: Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU), 2017-11
/GaBi 9/ GaBi version 9: Software and database for comprehensive life cycle assessment, 1992-2019 (SP 39); thinkstep AG, Leinfelden-Echterdingen, recognised by LBP University of Stuttgart
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/EN 15804/ EN 15804:2012-04+A1 2013, Sustainability of construction works – Environmental product declarations – Core rules for the product category of construction products.
/CIELAB/The CIELAB colour space (also CIE L*a*b*) is a colour space defined by the CIE (Commission Internationale de l'Eclairage, International Commission on Illumination) in 1976.
/DIN CEN TS 16611/ DIN CEN/TS 16611:2016-08, Furniture – Assessment of the surface resistance to microscratching; Scratch resistance was tested on the basis of ISO 129472-2 and DIN CEN TS 16611.
/ISO 1519/ DIN EN ISO 1519-2011-04, Paints and varnishes – Mandrel bend test (cylindrical mandrel)
/ISO 1520/ DIN EN ISO 1520-2007-11, Paints and varnishes – Cupping test
/ISO 2409/ DIN EN ISO 2409-2013-06, Paints and varnishes – Cross-cut test
/ISO 2810/ DIN EN ISO 2810-2004-10, Paints and varnishes – Natural weathering of coatings – Exposure and assessment
/ISO 2813/ DIN EN ISO 2813:2015-02, Paints and varnishes – Determination of gloss value at 20°, 60° and 85
/ISO 2815/ DIN EN ISO 2815-2013-10, Paints and varnishes – Buchholz indentation test
/ISO 3231/ DIN EN ISO 3231:1998-02, Paints and varnishes – Determination of resistance to humid atmospheres containing sulphur dioxide
/ISO 6270-2/ DIN EN ISO 6270-2:2018-04, Paints and varnishes – Determination of resistance to humidity, Part 2: Condensation
/ISO 6272-1/ DIN EN ISO 6272-1:2011-11, Paints and varnishes – Rapid-deformation (impact resistance) tests, Part 1: Falling-weight test, large-area indenter
/ISO 6988/ DIN EN ISO 6988:1997-03, Metallic and other non-organic coatings – Sulphur dioxide test with general condensation of moisture
/ISO 8130/ DIN EN ISO 8130-2, Coating powders, Part 2: Determination of density by gas comparison pyknometer
/ISO 9227/ DIN EN ISO 9227:2017-07, Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres – Salt spray tests
/ISO 11507/ DIN EN ISO 11507:2007-05, Paints and varnishes – Exposure of coatings to artificial weathering – Exposure of coatings to fluorescent UV radiation and water
/EN 12206-1/ DIN EN 12206-1 - 2004-09 Paints and varnishes – Coatings on aluminium and aluminium alloys for architectural purposes, Part 1: Coatings prepared from thermosetting coating powder
/ISO 129472/ ISO 12947-2:2016, Textiles – Determination of the abrasion resistance of fabrics by the Martindale method, Part 2: Determination of specimen breakdownScratch resistance was tested on the basis of ISO 129472-2 and DIN CEN TS 16611.
/EN 13501-1/ DIN EN 13501-1:2010-01, Classification of building products and methods by fire performance, Part 1: Classification with the results of tests on reaction to fire of construction products
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/ISO 14001/ DIN EN ISO 14001:2015-11; Environmental management systems – Requirements with guidance for use
/ISO 14680/ DIN EN ISO 14680-2:2006-04, Paints and varnishes – Determination of pigment content, Part 2: Ashing method
/ISO 16474, Parts 1-3/ DIN EN ISO 16474, Parts 1-3:2014-03, Paints and varnishes – Methods of exposure to laboratory light sourcesDIN EN ISO 16474-1:2014-03; Part 1, General guidanceDIN EN ISO 16474-2:2014-03; Part 2, Xenon-arc lamps (e.g. WOM); radiation, temperature, cyclesDIN EN ISO 16474-3:2014-03; Part 3, Fluorescent UV lamps (e.g. QUV-B): radiation, temperature, cycles
/DIN 50018/ DIN 50018:2012-05, Testing in a saturated atmosphere in the presence of sulphur dioxide
/EWC/ European waste code (EWC), No. 080201 – Waste derived from coating powder
/GSB/ Quality association for batch coating of components; GSB specifications 11.06.2019: GSB QR AL 631 – 2017 11 06, Quality assurance and specifications of processes, products and quality tests; www.gsb-international.com
/No. Z-56.428-1023/ [JH4] General technical approval number of the Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik for the product group under review
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/REACH/ Directive (EC) No. 1907/2006 on the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals (REACH)
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/VDMA standard sheet 24371-1/Machines and plants for surface technology; Guidelines on electrostatic coating with plastic powder [JH6]
/VDE 0745/ DIN EN 50050-2:2014-03; VDE 0745-102:2014-03 VDE 0745-102:2014-03Electrostatic hand-held spraying equipment – Safety requirements, Part 2: Hand-held spraying equipment for ignitable coating powder; Specifications of the Verband für Elektrotechnik, Elektronik und Informationstechnik e.V.; www.vde.com
AAMA 2603 AAMA 2603-15, Voluntary standards, performance requirements and test procedure for weather-resistant organic coatings on profiles and aluminium sheet metal; in accordance with the test design of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA)
PublisherInstitut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.Panoramastr. 110178 BerlinGermany
Tel +49 (0)30 3087748- 0Fax +49 (0)30 3087748- 29Mail [email protected] www.ibu-epd.com
Programme holderInstitut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.Panoramastr 110178 BerlinGermany
Tel +49 (0)30 - 3087748- 0Fax +49 (0)30 – 3087748 - 29Mail [email protected] www.ibu-epd.com
Author of the Life Cycle Assessmentthinkstep AGHauptstraße 111- 11370771 Leinfelden-EchterdingenGermany
Tel +49 711 341817-0Fax +49 711 341817-25Mail [email protected] http://www.thinkstep.com
Owner of the DeclarationIGP Pulvertechnik AGRingstrasse 309500 WilSwitzerland
Tel +41 71 929 81 49Fax +41 71 929 81 11Mail [email protected] www.igp-powder.commailto:[email protected]:[email protected]