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Code of practice for energy, light and sound. The comparative costs of glazing materials should be considered in conjunction with their life expectancy and the probability of need for maintenance. BSInclusion of glass in the construction of tables or trolleys — Specification.
Code of practice for glazing. However, the vibrations of the first pane can be transmitted to the second pane and also via the surround.
Multiple glazing has reduced heat loss lower U-value compared with single glazing because of the additional thermal insulation provided by the cavity ies separating the individual panes. These relate to the size and shape of the glazed area, the luminance of the relevant part of the field of view and the light transmission characteristics of the glass and plastics glazing sheet materials.
Revisions British Standards are updated by amendment or revision. Code of practice for the provision of information. Code of practice for sloping glazing.
Glass and plastics glazing sheet materials separated by an air space or a plastics interlayer can provide increased sound insulation. Using multiple glazing reduces the risk of condensation on the indoor surface of glass or plastics glazing sheet materials. Under certain circumstances, refurbishment, i. Subscribing members of BSI are kept up to date with standards developments and receive substantial discounts on the purchase price of standards.
BS – Glazing for buildings. General methodology for the selection of glazing
As a code of practice, this British Standard takes the form of guidance and recommendations. 2662-1 Safety as amended.
BSGlazing for buildings — Part 4: NOTE 2 The topic of wind loading and load carrying capacity of glass and plastics glazing sheet materials is discussed in more detail in BS A number of approved documents in England and Wales, technical booklets in Northern Ireland and technical handbooks domestic and non-domestic in Scotland, accompany the regulations.
Recommendations for standards of workmanship for glazing have been published separately in BS and therefore this subject is not dealt with in this standard. Partially supersedes BS The mean sound insulation value of glazing is predicted, with reasonable 6622-1, from its mass.
6262-11 are many requirements that previously had been regarded as client-set for example, security that are being incorporated into legislation outlined in Annex A. This does not preclude the free use, in the course of implementing the standard, of necessary details such as symbols, and size, type or grade designations.
Make preliminary selection of glazing system. 62621 this methodology, it has been assumed that: The Stationery Office, The sequence in Figure 1 outlines such a methodology, which is expanded on from 4. Consideration of natural lighting should be related to the provision of artificial lighting. Buying standards Orders for all BSI, international and foreign standards publications should be addressed to Customer Services.
Gives a general methodology for the selection of an appropriate choice of glass, plastics 2662-1 sheet material and method of glazing. Since the correct selection of materials to be used in glazing for buildings depends on many factors, the recommendations in this part of BS should be ba in conjunction with those bz the other parts. Code of practice for safety related to human impact. As a general rule, maintaining the size and reducing the light transmission of the glass or plastics glazing sheet materials is recommended, rather than maintaining a high light transmission and reducing the area.
Conservation of Fuel and Power. Code of practice for special applications; — Part 7: