20/30408013 DC - BS EN 1253-7. Gullies for buildings. Part 7. Trapped floor gullies with mechanical closure

20/30408013 DC

BS EN 1253-7. Gullies for buildings. Part 7. Trapped floor gullies with mechanical closure

Status : Current, Draft for public comment   Published : July 2020

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This document classifies floor gullies for use inside buildings, gives guidance for places of installation and specifies requirements for the construction, design, performance and marking of factory made gullies for buildings, irrespective of the material, for use in drainage systems requiring a trap with a mechanical closure (referred to as floor gullies).

NOTE

Floor gullies with a mechanical closure are not covered by Part 1, Part 6, Part 8.

These products are intended to be installed where:

  • the building does not exceed a ground-floor and three floors above;

  • infrequent use could result in a water seal evaporating.




Standard Number20/30408013 DC
TitleBS EN 1253-7. Gullies for buildings. Part 7. Trapped floor gullies with mechanical closure
StatusCurrent, Draft for public comment
Publication Date09 July 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 1253-3, EN 476, EN 124 (all parts)
Informative References(Provided for Information)prEN 1253-8, prEN 1253-6, EN 1253-2, EN 1253-1, EN 1433, EN 16323:2014
International RelationshipsprEN 1253-7
Draft Expiry Date01 September 2020
DescriptorsWaste-water drainage, Performance, Buildings, Water supply and waste systems (buildings), Manholes, Marking, Drainage, Gullies
ICS91.140.80
Title in FrenchAvaloirs et siphons pour bâtiments Partie 7: Siphons de sol avec système d'obturation mécanique
Title in GermanAbläufe für Gebäude Teil 7: Bodenabläufe mit mechanischem Geruchverschluss
CommitteeB/505/11
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages33
File Size584 KB
NotesWarning: this draft is not current beyond its expiry date for comments.
Price£20.00


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