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BS 5950-7:1992 Structural use of steelwork in building - Part 7: Specification for materials and workmanship: cold formed sections

Abbreviation
BS 5950-7:1992
Valid from
28/02/1992

Information provider
British Standards Institution
Author
British Standards Institution
Information type
British Standard
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Description

BS 5950-7:1992 specifies requirements for the materials, fabrication and erection, using cold formed sections, of structural steelwork in building. It also specifies requirements for profiled sheets for cladding, roof decking and flooring in buildings up to the time the product is delivered to the building site, but not for their erection on site. The special requirements pertaining to the fabrication of curved profiled sheets are not included.

NOTE 1) The installation of profiled steel sheet cladding is covered in BS 5427.2

The requirements given in this Part apply to the materials and the assembly process, but the designer needs to be aware of those items which affect the design.

NOTE 2) The requirements specified herein, whilst suitable for inclusion in contract documents, may need to be modified to align with specific needs.

NOTE 3) The titles of the publications referred to in this standard are listed on page 12.

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BS 5950-7:1992 Structural use of steelwork in building - Part 7: Specification for materials and workmanship: cold formed sections

Description

BS 5950-7:1992 specifies requirements for the materials, fabrication and erection, using cold formed sections, of structural steelwork in building. It also specifies requirements for profiled sheets for cladding, roof decking and flooring in buildings up to the time the product is delivered to the building site, but not for their erection on site. The special requirements pertaining to the fabrication of curved profiled sheets are not included.

NOTE 1) The installation of profiled steel sheet cladding is covered in BS 5427.2

The requirements given in this Part apply to the materials and the assembly process, but the designer needs to be aware of those items which affect the design.

NOTE 2) The requirements specified herein, whilst suitable for inclusion in contract documents, may need to be modified to align with specific needs.

NOTE 3) The titles of the publications referred to in this standard are listed on page 12.

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BS 5950-7:1992 Structural use of steelwork in building - Part 7: Specification for materials and workmanship: cold formed sections
Description

BS 5950-7:1992 specifies requirements for the materials, fabrication and erection, using cold formed sections, of structural steelwork in building. It also specifies requirements for profiled sheets for cladding, roof decking and flooring in buildings up to the time the product is delivered to the building site, but not for their erection on site. The special requirements pertaining to the fabrication of curved profiled sheets are not included.

NOTE 1) The installation of profiled steel sheet cladding is covered in BS 5427.2

The requirements given in this Part apply to the materials and the assembly process, but the designer needs to be aware of those items which affect the design.

NOTE 2) The requirements specified herein, whilst suitable for inclusion in contract documents, may need to be modified to align with specific needs.

NOTE 3) The titles of the publications referred to in this standard are listed on page 12.

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