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AS 1288 2006 Glass In Buildings Selection And Installation.pdf 2021

(a) Glazing in lift cares and lift wells.(b) Furniture glass, cabinet glass, vanities, glass basins, refrigeration units, internal glass fitments and internal wall mirrors not specifically covered by Section 5.(c) Buildings and structures with no public access intended for horticultural or agricultural use. Note 1: The traditional use of these buildings suggests their current construction and glazing practices are acceptable. However considerations should always be given to the brittle nature of glass and the consequences of its breakage.(d) Windows and doors in heritage buildings as defined by the relevant State or Territorial authority.(e) Restoration and or repairs to existing headlights.(f) Special glazing applications which might fail due to the stresses other than tensile stresses, such as shear stresses.(g) Glass blocks, bricks or pavers. Note 2: In Australia, legislation requires products to be 'fit for purpose'. Where glazing is replaced because of breakage or any other reason, it is recommended that the replacement glass conform to the requirements of the relevant sections of this document, unless otherwise permitted by the relevant legislation.

AS 1288 2006 Glass In Buildings Selection And Installation.pdf

Australian Standard 1288-2006 Glass in buildings - Selection and installation in of vital importance to the Window and Door Industry. Understanding the content of the standard an be hard - particularly from simply reading the standard. This online course covers the basics of the standard in Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 it includes:

Additionally, AS 1288-06 specifies different minimum thicknesses for each nominal thickness designation than specified in ASTM E 1300-\(12^\mathrma\upvarepsilon 1\) . To limit additional variations to the LSRs due to the differential in minimum thicknesses, the minimum thicknesses specified in ASTM E 1300-\(12^\mathrma\upvarepsilon 1\) will be used herein. Interestingly, the inverse of the 1.25 factor is 0.80, which is very close to the TIGU glass type factor specified in ASTM E 1300-\(12^\mathrma\upvarepsilon 1\) . However, the authors opine the factors were created independently and likely based on different rationales. 350c69d7ab


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