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Code of practice for the use of masonry - Part 3: Materials and components, design and workmanship
Recommendations for materials and components, design and workmanship of masonry.
This part of BS 5628 gives general recommendations for the design, construction and workmanship of masonry, including materials and components and the main aspects of design, other than structural, which is covered by BS 5628-1 and 2.
The recommendations in this Standard are based on single-leaf and cavity walls with and without insulation within the cavity. No specific recommendations for the use of random rubble walling are given, the methods of construction and appearance of which vary locally according to traditional practice and the type of stone available.
This Standard does not cover the use of natural stone panels as cladding to structural masonry and steel and concrete frames. This standard is not necessarily appropriate to the repair and restoration of old buildings. Recommendations about the use of natural stone panels as cladding to structural masonry and steel and concrete frames are given in BS 8298. Guidance on cleaning and surface repair of masonry built of natural stone, cast stone and brick is given in BS 8221.
This standard does not necessarily cover the use of proprietary systems. The user is referred to the particular recommendations of any technical approval in this case.
History and related standards
This British Standard supersedes BS 5628-3:2001 which is withdrawn. This edition of BS 5628-3 is a revision of the standard necessary to accommodate the publication of BS EN 771, BS EN 845 and BS EN 998, and the consequent withdrawal of the standards that they superseded.
This Standard includes the following cross-references:
BS 493, BS 743, BS 1186-2, BS 1186-3, BS 1197-2, BS 3837-1, BS 3892-1, BS 4027, BS 4729, BS 4841-1,BS 5250, BS 5262, BS 5268-2,BS 5268–5, BS 5440-1,BS 5606:1990, BS 5617,BS 5618,BS 5628, BS 5628–1:2005, BS 5628–2:2005, BS 5642, BS 5642-1, BS 5642-2, BS 5977–1, BS 6150, BS 6213, BS 6398:1983, BS 6431 (various parts), BS 6461-1,BS 6510, BS 6515, BS 6699, BS 6925, BS 7456,BS 7457, BS 7979, BS 8000, BS 8000–2 (various sections), Part 2, BS 8000–3, Part , BS 8000–16, Part 16, BS 8004, BS 8102, BS 8103 (various parts), BS 8104:1992, BS 8215, BS EN 197-1:2000, BS EN 413-1, BS EN 450-1, BS EN 459-1, BS EN 485, BS EN 485-1, BS EN 485-2, BS EN 490, BS EN 515, BS EN 573, BS EN 573-3, BS EN 573-4, BS EN 771, BS EN 771-1, BS EN 771-2, BS EN 771-3, BS EN 771-4, BS EN 771-5, BS EN 771-6, BS EN 845, BS EN 845-1, BS EN 845-2,BS EN 845-3, BS EN 934-3, BS EN 942:1996, BS EN 988, BS EN 998-1, BS EN 998-2, BS EN 1008, BS EN 1015-11, BS EN 1172:1997, BS EN 1304, BS EN 1652, BS EN 1806, BS EN 1858, BS EN ISO 11600, BS EN 12588:1999, BS EN 12620, BS EN 12878, BS EN 13055-1, BS EN 13139, BS EN 13162 and N 13164.
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