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NZS 4210:1989 Code of practice for masonry construction: materials and workmanship

Abbreviation
NZS 4210:1989
Amendment
NZS 4210:1989A2 - appended. NZS 4210:1989A1 - appended.
Valid from
01/01/1989

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Information type
New Zealand Standard
Format
PDF


Description

Sets out requirements for materials and workmanship to be used in the erection of masonry buildings. Cited as a means of compliance with the relevant requirements of NZS 1900, Chapter 9. Consists of 3 parts: (1) General; (2) Masonry construction; and (3) Wall tie performance requirements.

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NZS 4210:1989 Code of practice for masonry construction: materials and workmanship

Description

Sets out requirements for materials and workmanship to be used in the erection of masonry buildings. Cited as a means of compliance with the relevant requirements of NZS 1900, Chapter 9. Consists of 3 parts: (1) General; (2) Masonry construction; and (3) Wall tie performance requirements.

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NZS 4210:1989 Code of practice for masonry construction: materials and workmanship
Description

Sets out requirements for materials and workmanship to be used in the erection of masonry buildings. Cited as a means of compliance with the relevant requirements of NZS 1900, Chapter 9. Consists of 3 parts: (1) General; (2) Masonry construction; and (3) Wall tie performance requirements.

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