PAS 1188-2:2009 Flood protection products. Specification. Part 1: Building aperture products

PAS 1188-2:2009

Flood protection products. Specification. Temporary products

Status : Revised, Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : April 2009 Replaced By : PAS 1188-2:2014

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PAS 1188-2:2009 Flood protection products. Specification. Part 2: Temporary products

PAS 1188-2 specifies requirements for the designation, testing, factory production control, installation documentation and marking for different types and configurations of temporary flood protection products.

A temporary flood protection product is defined as a removable flood protection product that is wholly installed during or following warning of a flood event and removed completely when water levels have receded. It is for use away from buildings but may be sealed against structures or buildings at section ends.

PAS 1188-2 is for use in the UK or locations with similar exposures, i.e. where there is a temperate climate and advance warning of flooding is available.

Together with PAS 1188-4:2009, this part of PAS 1188 replaces PAS 1188-2:2003, which is now withdrawn.

For flood protection products certified against PAS 1188-2:2003, you are advised to discuss transition arrangements with your certification body.

This PAS is not applicable to flood protection products for installation across building apertures such as individual doors, windows, air bricks and air vents or around buildings; these are covered by PAS 1188-1 and PAS 1188-3.

This PAS does not apply to demountable flood protection products which are designed to be part of a permanent defence solution and are covered by PAS 1188-4.

This PAS does not specifically test flood protection products for coastal conditions. Where flood protection products are intended for coastal conditions, advice on suitability should be obtained from the manufacturer.

Contents of PAS 1188-2:

Foreword
1 Scope
2 Terms and definitions
3 Requirements
3.1 Design
3.2 Designation
3.3 DMWD
3.4 Installation and removal of a flood protection product
3.5 Leakage
3.6 Product guide/user manual
3.7 Factory production control
3.8 Marking
Annexes
Annex A (informative) Definitions of temporary flood protection products
Annex B (normative) Method of test for leakage and movement
Annex C (normative) Product guide/user manual
Annex D (normative) Requirements for factory production control
Bibliography
List of tables
Table 1 – Wave protection categories
Table B.1 – Wave and current testing depths

Other titles in the PAS 1188 series:

PAS 1188-1:2009 Flood protection products. Specification. Part 1: Building aperture products

PAS 1188-3:2009 Flood protection products. Specification. Part 3: Building skirt systems

PAS 1188-4:2009 Flood protection products. Specification. Part 4: Demountable products


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Standard NumberPAS 1188-2:2009
TitleFlood protection products. Specification. Temporary products
StatusRevised, Superseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 April 2009
Withdrawn Date31 July 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)BS 6349-1, BS EN 45011, PAS 1188-1, PAS 1188-3, PAS 1188-4
Replaced ByPAS 1188-2:2014
ReplacesPAS 1188-2:2003
DescriptorsFloods, Hazard prevention in buildings, Climatic hazards, Safety devices, Barriers, Temporary, Designations, Performance testing, Leak tests, Quality control, Inspection, Marking
ICS91.120.99
CommitteeZZ/1
ISBN978 0 580 62701 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages24
File Size777.4 KB
Price£85.00


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