BS 6100-4.2:1984 - Glossary of building and civil engineering terms. Forest products. Sizes and quantities of solid timber

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BS 6100-4.2:1984

Glossary of building and civil engineering terms. Forest products. Sizes and quantities of solid timber

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : December 1984 Replaced By : BS 6100-8:2007

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Standard NumberBS 6100-4.2:1984
TitleGlossary of building and civil engineering terms. Forest products. Sizes and quantities of solid timber
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date15 December 1984
Withdrawn Date31 July 2007
Cross ReferencesBS 6100:Part 0, BS 6100:Section 1.0
Replaced ByBS 6100-8:2007
ReplacesBS 565:1972
Amended ByAMD 7260
Draft Superseded By83/13784 DC91/15111 DC
DescriptorsConstruction works, Construction engineering works, Vocabulary, Terminology, Construction systems parts, CONSTRUCTION, Construction materials, Wood, Structural timber, Hardwoods, Softwoods, Dimensions, Units of measurement
ICS01.040.79
79.040
Title in FrenchGlossaire de la construction et des travaux publics. Produits forestiers. Dimensions et quantités de bois massifs
Title in GermanBegriffe fuer den Hoch- und Tiefbau. Holzerzeugnisse. Masse und Mengen von Massivholz
CommitteeCB/101/-/2
ISBN0 580 14181 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages8
File Size227 KB
Price£50.00


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