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BSI - BS 65

Specification for Vitrified clay pipes, fittings and ducts, also flexible mechanical joints for use solely with surface water pipes and fittings

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Organization: BSI
Publication Date: 31 October 1991
Status: active
Page Count: 26
ICS Code (Water supply systems): 91.140.60
ICS Code (Pipes and fittings of other materials): 23.040.50
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Specifies certain dimensions, physical and performance characteristics for vitrified clay pipes and fittings. For use in the construction of drainage and sewerage systems, operated as gravity pipelines, or as ducts. Requirements for sampling and marking are also given.

Document History

BS 65
October 31, 1991
Specification for Vitrified clay pipes, fittings and ducts, also flexible mechanical joints for use solely with surface water pipes and fittings
Specifies certain dimensions, physical and performance characteristics for vitrified clay pipes and fittings. For use in the construction of drainage and sewerage systems, operated as gravity...
October 31, 1991
Vitrified Clay Pipes, Fittings and Ducts, Also Flexible Mechanical Joints for Use Solely with Surface Water Pipes and Fittings
A description is not available for this item.
May 31, 1988
Specification for Vitrified clay pipes, fittings, joints and ducts
Specifies requirements for pipes and fittings, with or without sockets, and compatible accessories for the construction of drainage and sewerage systems, operated as gravity pipelines, or for use as...
February 27, 1981
Specification for Vitrified clay pipes, fittings and joints
Pipes and fittings with or without sockets, for the construction of drains and sewers operated as gravity pipelines.

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