AS/NZS 4347.10:1995 (R2013) Damp-proof courses and flashings - Methods of test - Method 10: Determination of mass of desaturated base and percentage saturation

Abbreviation
AS/NZS 4347.10:1995
Valid from
4/11/1995

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand, Standards Australia
Information type
New Zealand Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This standard sets out the method for determining the mass per unit area of desaturated fabric or felt base and the percentage saturation of bitumen-impregnated damp-proof courses or flashings with fabric or felt base.

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AS/NZS 4347.10:1995 (R2013) Damp-proof courses and flashings - Methods of test - Method 10: Determination of mass of desaturated base and percentage saturation

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AS/NZS 4347.10:1995 (R2013) Damp-proof courses and flashings - Methods of test - Method 10: Determination of mass of desaturated base and percentage saturation

Description

This standard sets out the method for determining the mass per unit area of desaturated fabric or felt base and the percentage saturation of bitumen-impregnated damp-proof courses or flashings with fabric or felt base.

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AS/NZS 4347.10:1995 (R2013) Damp-proof courses and flashings - Methods of test - Method 10: Determination of mass of desaturated base and percentage saturation
Description

This standard sets out the method for determining the mass per unit area of desaturated fabric or felt base and the percentage saturation of bitumen-impregnated damp-proof courses or flashings with fabric or felt base.

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AS/NZS 4347.10:1995 (R2013) Damp-proof courses and flashings - Methods of test - Method 10: Determination of mass of desaturated base and percentage saturation

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