BS EN 14419:2003 - District heating pipes. Preinsulated bonded pipe systems for directly buried hot water networks. Surveillance systems

BS EN 14419:2003

District heating pipes. Preinsulated bonded pipe systems for directly buried hot water networks. Surveillance systems

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : January 2004 Replaced By : BS EN 14419:2009

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Standard NumberBS EN 14419:2003
TitleDistrict heating pipes. Preinsulated bonded pipe systems for directly buried hot water networks. Surveillance systems
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date13 January 2004
Withdrawn Date30 April 2009
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 253, EN 448, EN 488, EN 489, EN 61557-2, IEC 61557-2:1997
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN ISO 9001, ISO 9001:2000
Replaced ByBS EN 14419:2009
International RelationshipsEN 14419:2003
Draft Superseded By02/705050 DC
DescriptorsDistrict heating, Space-heating systems, Heat pipes, Pipes, Pipelines, Pipework systems, Water, Underground, Pipe fittings, Valves, Thermal insulating materials, Bonding, Fluid equipment, Measuring instruments, Performance
ICS23.040.07
Title in FrenchTuyaux de chauffage urbain. Systemes bloques de tuyaux preisol e pour les reseaux d'eau chaude enterers directement. Systemes de surveillance
Title in GermanFernwaermerohre. Werkmaessig gedaemmte Verbundmantelrohre fuer erdverlegte Fernwaermenetze. Ueberwachungssysteme
CommitteeRHE/9
ISBN0 580 43249 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages32
File Size452.7 KB
Price£182.00


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