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BS 5250:2002 Code of practice for control of condensation in buildings (AMD 16119) (No longer current but cited in Building Regulations guidance)

Publication Year
2002

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Abstract

Examines the causes and effects of condensation (both surface and interstitial) in buildings. Recommendations and guidance are given for heating, ventilation and construction to control condensation. Can be applied to new and existing buildings. Includes methods of calculation.


Document History

Superseded by BS 5250:2011. Supersedes BS 5250:1989. Amendment 16119 dated December 2005.


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