BS 6100-8:2007 - Building and civil engineering. Vocabulary. Work with timber and wood-based panels

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BS 6100-8:2007

Building and civil engineering. Vocabulary. Work with timber and wood-based panels

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : July 2007

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Standard NumberBS 6100-8:2007
TitleBuilding and civil engineering. Vocabulary. Work with timber and wood-based panels
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date31 July 2007
Confirm Date01 October 2012
Cross ReferencesBS 4261, BS 6100-0, BS 6100-1, ISO 6707-1, BS 6100-3, BS 6100-5, BS 6100-6, BS 6100-9, BS 6100-11, BS 6100-12, BS EN 313-2, BS EN 844, BS EN 923, BS EN 12519, BS EN 12670, BS EN 13986, BS EN 14706, ISO 633
ReplacesBS 6100-4.5:1984, BS 6100-4.2:1984, BS 6100-4.3:1984, BS 6100-4.1:1992, BS 6100-4.4:1992
Draft Superseded By04/30087612 DC
DescriptorsConstruction works, Construction engineering works, Vocabulary, Terminology, Construction systems parts, Construction materials, Wood, Wood products, Woodbased sheet materials, Panels, Carpentry, Joinery timber, Joinery
ICS01.040.79
79.060.01
CommitteeCB/101/-/2
ISBN978 0 580 50719 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages26
File Size228.2 KB
Price£146.00


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