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NZS 4223 Parts 1 and 2:1985

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Code of practice for glazing in buildings

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Lays down requirements and recommendations for the selection of glass for buildings, paying particular attention to loading, thermal control, and human impact safety as well as general design principles. Also provides a method for the installation of glass in buildings. Not intended to apply to non-inhabitable buildings for horticultural use. Part 1 covers design and installation considerations for the general situation and deals with safety requirements. Part 2 , which is superseded by AS/NZS 4666:2000, relates specifically to sealed insulating glass units.

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NZS 4223 Parts 1 and 2:1985

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