BS 460:2002 Cast iron rainwater goods - Specification (+A2:2007) (incorporating corrigenda Nos. 1 and 2)

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2002

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Abstract

Requirements are given for rainwater systems used on buildings. Covering materials, dimensions, tolerances, coating and jointing methods. Includes pipes, fittings, support components and gutters.


Document History

Supersedes BS 460:1964. Amendment 15095 dated 29 November 2004 - Data changed in Table A.1 Ogee gutter. Data changed in Table B.1. Dimensions of pipes, socket and ears. Data changed in Table E.1 Half round gutter. Data changed in Table F.1 Half round beaded gutter. Amendment 16890 dated 31 July 2007 - Annex A - was Annex B - key added to figure. Annex B - was Annex C - Table headings altered. Annex C was Annex E - Table and figure amended. Annex D - was Annex F - Table and figure amended. Annex E - was Annex A - Nominal size 125, internal width changed. Annex F - was Annex D - Now informative with some amendments to the figures. Amendment 17425 is Corrigendum No.1 dated September 2007 - See foreword. Corrigendum No. 2 dated 30 November 2009 - See foreword.


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