BS 648:1964 - Schedule of weights of building materials
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BS 648:1964

Schedule of weights of building materials

Status : Withdrawn   Published : December 1964

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Standard NumberBS 648:1964
TitleSchedule of weights of building materials
Publication Date31 December 1964
Confirm Date01 April 2006
Withdrawn Date13 December 2011
Amended ByAMD 105
AMD 344
Draft Superseded ByD63/9318 DC
DescriptorsConstruction materials, Weight (mass), Thickness measurement, Construction systems parts, Pipes, Roof coverings, Floor coverings, Wall coverings, Damp-proof materials, Gutters, Aggregates, Sheet materials, Blocks (building), Bricks, Bitumens, Cements, Concretes, Plasters, Stone, Wood products, Soils, Slate, Sand, Water, Glass, Felt, Cork
Title in FrenchTableau des poids des materiaux de construction
Title in GermanGewichtstabelle fuer Baustoffe
ISBN0 580 00808 8
File Size553.5 KB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as it was the primary source of data for use with BS 6399. BS 6399 is now superseded by Eurocode BS EN 1991-1-1 and withdrawn. The committee will continue to review BS 648 for any content that may need to be retained as NCCI for use with BS EN 1991-1-1

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