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BSI - BS 5385-4

Wall and floor tiling - Part 4: Design and installation of ceramic and mosaic tiling in specific conditions - Code of practice

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Organization: BSI
Publication Date: 31 October 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 44
ICS Code (Ceilings. Floors. Stairs): 91.060.30
ICS Code (Elements of buildings in general): 91.060.01

Document History

BS 5385-4
October 31, 2015
Wall and floor tiling - Part 4: Design and installation of ceramic and mosaic tiling in specific conditions - Code of practice
A description is not available for this item.
January 1, 2009
Wall and floor tiling - Part 4: Design and installation of ceramic and mosaic tiling in special conditions - Code of practice
A description is not available for this item.
January 1, 2009
Wall and floor tiling - Part 4: Design and installation of ceramic and mosaic tiling in special conditions - Code of practice
This part of BS 5385 gives recommendations for the design considerations and installation of ceramic wall and floor tiling and mosaics in situations where there are special functional or...
April 1, 1992
Wall and Floor Tiling Part 4: Code of Practice for Tiling and Mosaics in Specific Conditions
A description is not available for this item.
April 1, 1992
Wall and Floor Tiling - Part 4: Code of Practice for Tiling and Mosaics in Specific Conditions
Recommends suitable tiles and bedding methods for areas subject to: movement, traffic and loads, damp and wet (e.g. swimming pools), chemical attack, sterile conditions, thermal effects (climatic and...
June 30, 1986
Wall and Floor Tiling Part 4: Code of Practice for Ceramic Tiling and Mosaics in Specific Conditions
Gives suitable tiling and bedding methods in areas subject to: damp or wet (e.g. swimming pools), movement, thermal effects, chemical attack, traffic and loading, sound and thermal influences,...

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