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BS EN 1055:1996 Plastics piping systems. Thermoplastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge inside buildings. Test method for resistance to elevated temperature cycling

Abbreviation
BS EN 1055:1996
Valid from
15/09/1996

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
European Standardization Organisation, British Standards Institution
Information type
British Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This standard provides a test method for the establishing the resistance to elevated temperature cycling of thermoplastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge inside buildings.

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BS EN 1055:1996 Plastics piping systems. Thermoplastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge inside buildings. Test method for resistance to elevated temperature cycling

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BS EN 1055:1996 Plastics piping systems. Thermoplastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge inside buildings. Test method for resistance to elevated temperature cycling

Description

This standard provides a test method for the establishing the resistance to elevated temperature cycling of thermoplastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge inside buildings.

View on Information Provider website
BS EN 1055:1996 Plastics piping systems. Thermoplastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge inside buildings. Test method for resistance to elevated temperature cycling
Description

This standard provides a test method for the establishing the resistance to elevated temperature cycling of thermoplastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge inside buildings.

View on Information Provider website
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BS EN 1055:1996 Plastics piping systems. Thermoplastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge inside buildings. Test method for resistance to elevated temperature cycling

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