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SNZ TS 4211:2022

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Classification for the performance of windows

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Objective of this standard is to provide a methodology for classifying windows and exterior doors in accordance with their suitability for various design and building situations. It is intended for use by window suppliers, manufacturers, and designers. It establishes a basis for decisions about the likely performance of windows relative to their exposure, and for demonstrating compliance with the minimum requirements of the New Zealand Building Code. SNZ TS 4211 is for use with discrete window and door units to be installed within the walls of buildings. Changes to the title, layout, and emphasis of the document reflect its role in providing a classification system for windows used in New Zealand buildings. This classification system ensures that appropriate windows can be manufactured and selected for the situations in which they will be used. This specification excludes the installation details at the window perimeter and excludes building facades and curtain walls. In addition, this specification does not cover durability, thermal, acoustic, or fire-rating performance requirements for windows.

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