PD 6520:1988 - Guide to fire test methods for building materials and elements of construction

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PD 6520:1988

Guide to fire test methods for building materials and elements of construction

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : July 1988

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Standard NumberPD 6520:1988
TitleGuide to fire test methods for building materials and elements of construction
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date29 July 1988
Confirm Date01 May 2017
Cross ReferencesBS 476:Part 3:1958, BS 476:Part 3, BS 476:Part 4, BS 476:Part 5, BS 476:Part 6, BS 476:Part 7, BS 476:Part 8, BS 476:Part 10, BS 476:Part 11, BS 476:Part 13, BS 476:Part 20, BS 476:Part 21, BS 476:Part 22, BS 476:Part 23, BS 476:Part 24, BS 476:Section 31.1, BS 2782, BS 2782:Part 0, BS 2782:Methods 120A to 120E, BS 2782:Method 140D, BS 2782:Method 140E, BS 4370, BS 4443, BS 4618, BS 5588, BS 6336, ISO 834, ISO 1210, ISO 5925-1, ISO 5657, ISO 6944, IEC 60707, Building Regulations 1985, Building Standards (Scotland) Regulations, Building Regulations (Northern Ireland), Fire Precautions Act
DescriptorsMeans of escape from fire in buildings, Construction materials, Structural fire protection, Fire safety in buildings, Plastics, Fire safety, Flame-spread classifications, Construction systems parts, Fire tests
ICS13.220.50
Title in FrenchGuide des méthodes d'essai au feu des matériaux et éléments de construction
Title in GermanLeitfaden zu Brandversuchen an Baustoffen und Bauteilen
CommitteeFSH/21
ISBN0 580 16620 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages16
File Size1.509 MB
Price£116.00


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