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BRE - IP20/82 - THE EFFECT OF WATER-REPELLENT PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT ON MOISTURE LEVELS IN WINDOW JOINERY Organization: BRE
Date: 1982-01-01
Description: This paper summarises the options available for predicting the weathering pro...
DLA - TT-W-00571J - WOOD PRESERVATION: TREATING PRACTICES Organization: DLA
Date: 1974-10-31
Description: Reference is made to TT-W-572, Wood Preservative, Water Repellent, for the treatment of items such as window sash that are used under mild exposure conditions whereby adequate protection is afforded by short-dip treatments.
BRE EP11 - STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT: THE USE OF FULL AND LARGE SCALE TESTING Organization: BRE
Date: 1987-01-01
Description: Information is also given on wall finishes.Part 4 gives advice on equipment, partitions, doors, windows and fittings in a building damaged by flood. It deals with the period after the initial cleaning, inspection, drying and repair of each item.
BRE GR11 - REPAIRING FLOOD DAMAGE Organization: BRE
Date: 1997-11-01
Description: Part 4 gives advice on the equipment, internal partitions, doors, windows and fittings such as kitchen units in a building damaged by flood.
IES AEDG-11 - ADVANCED ENERGY DESIGN GUIDANCE OFFERED FOR LARGE HOSPITALS - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: IES
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: Some of the technologies and philosophies highlighted in the book include: • Use of shape and form to give access to daylighting in spaces that usually have no windows • Daylighting of staff areas and publics spaces while at the same time specifying proper glazing to control solar gain • Elimination of reheat, which is the largest energy saver from the HVAC system.
BRE IP14/01 - DURABILITY OF TIMBER IN GROUND CONTACT - E D SUTTIE Organization: BRE
Date: 2001-01-01
Description: The risk of decay in timber used in contact with the ground (eg as a fence post) will be much greater than the same timber used out-ofground- contact (eg in a window frame). A rating system for classifying the hazard class of the service conditions, on a scale of 1 to 5, is specified in BS EN 335-1: it is important that the tests used to determine the service life of timber appropriately reflect the relevant service conditions of its intended use.

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