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BSI - BS 476-31.1

Fire Tests on Building Materials and Structures - Part 31: Methods for Measuring Smoke Penetration Through Doorsets and Shutter Assemblies - Section 31.1: Method of Measurement Under Ambient Temperature Conditions

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Organization: BSI
Publication Date: 31 October 1983
Status: active
Page Count: 14
ICS Code (Fire-resistance of building materials and elements): 13.220.50
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This method measures air leakage of door and shutter assemblies under ambient temperature conditions as being representative of smoke penetration occurring from the early stages or at a remote position from a fire occurring in a building.

Document History

BS 476-31.1
October 31, 1983
Fire Tests on Building Materials and Structures - Part 31: Methods for Measuring Smoke Penetration Through Doorsets and Shutter Assemblies - Section 31.1: Method of Measurement Under Ambient Temperature Conditions
This method measures air leakage of door and shutter assemblies under ambient temperature conditions as being representative of smoke penetration occurring from the early stages or at a remote...
October 31, 1983
Fire Tests on Building Materials and Structures - Part 31: Methods for Measuring Smoke Penetration Through Doorsets and Shutter Assemblies - Section 31.1: Method of Measurement Under Ambient Temperature Conditions
This method measures air leakage of door and shutter assemblies under ambient temperature conditions as being representative of smoke penetration occurring from the early stages or at a remote...
October 31, 1983
Fire Tests on Building Materials and Structures Part 31: Methods for Measuring Smoke Penetration Through Doorsets and Shutter Assemblies Section 31.1: Method of Measurement Under Ambient Temperature Conditions
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