NZS 4223.3:1999 Code of practice for glazing in buildings - Human impact safety requirements - SPONSORED

Abbreviation
NZS 4223.3:1999
Amendment
Amendment A1 . - incorporated. Published 30/05/1999.
Valid from
11/04/1999
Replaces
NZS 4223.3:1993

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand
Information type
New Zealand Standard
Format
PDF, Hard copy


Description

This Standard gives minimum requirements for glazing in buildings in locations where it could be subject to human impact, with the intention of reducing the risk of personal injury.

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NZS 4223.3:1999 Code of practice for glazing in buildings - Human impact safety requirements - SPONSORED

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NZS 4223.3:1999 Code of practice for glazing in buildings - Human impact safety requirements - SPONSORED

Description

This Standard gives minimum requirements for glazing in buildings in locations where it could be subject to human impact, with the intention of reducing the risk of personal injury.

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NZS 4223.3:1999 Code of practice for glazing in buildings - Human impact safety requirements - SPONSORED
Description

This Standard gives minimum requirements for glazing in buildings in locations where it could be subject to human impact, with the intention of reducing the risk of personal injury.

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This resource cites:

NZS 4223.3:1999 Code of practice for glazing in buildings - Human impact safety requirements - SPONSORED

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