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NZS 4223.4:2000 Code of practice for glazing in buildings - Part 4: Dead, wind and snow loading

Abbreviation
NZS 4223.4:2000
Valid from
27/11/2000

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Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand
Information type
New Zealand Standard
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Description

Provides information on the determination of minimum glass thicknesses for vertical and sloped glazing in New Zealand governed by the limit state loadings. It supersedes the design requirements given in Part 1 concerning the selection of glazing for dead, wind and snow loading.

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NZS 4223.4:2000 Code of practice for glazing in buildings - Part 4: Dead, wind and snow loading

Description

Provides information on the determination of minimum glass thicknesses for vertical and sloped glazing in New Zealand governed by the limit state loadings. It supersedes the design requirements given in Part 1 concerning the selection of glazing for dead, wind and snow loading.

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NZS 4223.4:2000 Code of practice for glazing in buildings - Part 4: Dead, wind and snow loading
Description

Provides information on the determination of minimum glass thicknesses for vertical and sloped glazing in New Zealand governed by the limit state loadings. It supersedes the design requirements given in Part 1 concerning the selection of glazing for dead, wind and snow loading.

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NZS 4223.4:2000 Code of practice for glazing in buildings - Part 4: Dead, wind and snow loading

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