BS EN 1444:2001 - Fibre-cement pipelines. Guide for laying and on-site work practices

BS EN 1444:2001

Fibre-cement pipelines. Guide for laying and on-site work practices

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : February 2001



This draft European Standard, applies to both types of fibre-cement pipes AT and NT as defined in EN 512:1994, gives installation recommendations for this pipelines in above or below ground situations. It complements the general principles for all types of water supply systems specified in EN 805:2000, "Water supply - Requirements for systems and components outside buildings", and should be used in conjunction with that standard. This standard gives guidance in on-site working methods and in the selection and use of approved tools for cutting and machining fibre-cement pipes. This standard does not cover the following : a) installation by thrust boring and pipe jacking methods which require the use of highly specialized techniques ; b) problems caused by the use of special installations procedures (e.g. removal of pile sheeting in very deep trenches, etc.).

Standard NumberBS EN 1444:2001
TitleFibre-cement pipelines. Guide for laying and on-site work practices
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date15 February 2001
Confirm Date13 June 2019
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
International RelationshipsEN 1444:2000
Draft Superseded By94/104147 DC
DescriptorsCements, Pipelines, Reinforced materials, Installation, Pipes, Construction equipment, Construction operations, Pipe laying, Fibres, Pipe couplings, Cutting tools, Machine tools, Water supply
Title in FrenchConduites en fibres-ciment. Guide pour la pose et le travail sur chantier
Title in GermanFaserzement-Rohrleitungen. Hinweise fuer die Verlegung und fuer die bauseitige Bearbeitung
ISBN0 580 36913 7
File Size655 KB

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