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ISO 3009:1976 Fire-resistance tests -- Glazed elements

Abbreviation
ISO 3009:1976
Valid from
01/09/1976

Information provider
International Organisation for Standardization
Information type
ISO Standard
Format
PDF

Description

Specifies methods of testing and assessing non load bearing, vertical glazed elements of construction which are intended either to provide, wholly or in part, separation between different areas in a building, or to form part of the external walls. It is applicable to glazed separating elements such as windows, walls of glass blocks and other light-transmitting assemblies.

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ISO 3009:1976 Fire-resistance tests -- Glazed elements

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ISO 3009:1976 Fire-resistance tests -- Glazed elements

Description

Specifies methods of testing and assessing non load bearing, vertical glazed elements of construction which are intended either to provide, wholly or in part, separation between different areas in a building, or to form part of the external walls. It is applicable to glazed separating elements such as windows, walls of glass blocks and other light-transmitting assemblies.

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ISO 3009:1976 Fire-resistance tests -- Glazed elements
Description

Specifies methods of testing and assessing non load bearing, vertical glazed elements of construction which are intended either to provide, wholly or in part, separation between different areas in a building, or to form part of the external walls. It is applicable to glazed separating elements such as windows, walls of glass blocks and other light-transmitting assemblies.

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ISO 3009:1976 Fire-resistance tests -- Glazed elements

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