BS 644-3:1951 - Wood windows. Wood double-hung sash and case windows (Scottish type)

BS 644-3:1951

Wood windows. Wood double-hung sash and case windows (Scottish type)

Status : Withdrawn, Revised   Published : August 1951 Replaced By : BS 644:2003

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Construction; size ranges; schedules of glass sizes and daylight areas; suspension of the sashes by (a) cords or chains and weights, (b) spiral balance devices, or (c) spiral balance devices together with the opening of the lower sash for cleaning. The windows are available with or without astragals or with astragals in the upper sashes only.




Standard NumberBS 644-3:1951
TitleWood windows. Wood double-hung sash and case windows (Scottish type)
StatusWithdrawn, Revised
Publication Date27 August 1951
Withdrawn Date04 April 2003
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS 644:2003
Amended ByPD 5459
PD 2210
PD 4829
DescriptorsSash windows, Sliding windows, Windows, Double windows, Wood, Designations, Glazing, Size, Dimensions, Design
ICS91.060.50
Title in FrenchFenetres en bois a guillotine a double suspension et a battants (type ecossais)
Title in GermanHolzschiebefenster mit Doppelaufhaengung (schottischer Typ)
CommitteeB/538/1
ISBN0 580 34066 X
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages26
File Size1.931 MB
Price£182.00


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