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TSE - TS 9673 - CLEANING OF CHIMNEYS-GENERAL RULES Organization: TSE
Date: 1991-12-24
Description: The concept of this standart is about for all type constructionschimney cleaning. Bu standard, her yapi tipindeki duman bacalarinda birikenkumlarin temizlenmesi ile ilgili genel kurallari kapsar.
DS/EN 13063-3 - CHIMNEYS - SYSTEM CHIMNEYS WITH CLAY/CERAMIC FLUE LINERS - PART 3: REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS FOR AIR FLUE SYSTEM CHIMNEYS Organization: DS
Date: 2007-08-20
Description: This standard does not apply to structurally independent (free standing or self supporting) system chimneys.An air flue system chimney is made of the following components where appropriate:- clay/ceramic flue liners;- insulation layer;- outer walls;- mortar for jointing flue liners;- acid resistant mortar or elastomeric sealant for jointing flue liners;- mortar for jointing outer walls;- terminal;- chimney base;- pressure equalising opening;- air duct;- air gap;- cladding;- opening section;- cleaning and inspection door;- distance piece;- reinforcement.
TSE - TS 11387 - CHIMNEYS-APPLIANCE FOR CHIMNEY-RULES FOR SWEEP FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION FOR HOUSES AND OTHER ACCOMMIDATION PLACES Organization: TSE
Date: 1994-04-28
Description: This standard covers the rules of construction gacilities usedfor cleaning of chimneys in the buildings and other accomodationplaces.It does not cover the appliances for clean,ng of thechimneys of factories and other industrial plants.
DSF/FPREN 16475-6 - CHIMNEYS – ACCESSORIES – PART 6: ACCESS COMPONENTS – REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS Organization: DS
Description: This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for access components comprising a frame and a door or doors which provide access to the flue of a chimney for the purpose of inspection or cleaning. Access components for higher nominal working temperature than 450 °C, positive pressure and wet applications are not covered by this standard.
CEN - PREN 16475-6 - CHIMNEYS - ACCESSORIES - PART 6: ACCESS COMPONENTS - REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS Organization: CEN
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for access components comprising a frame and a door or doors which provide access to the flue of a chimney for the purpose of inspection or cleaning. Access components for higher nominal working temperature than 450 °C, positive pressure and wet applications are not covered by this standard.
BSI - BS 6461-1 - INSTALLATION OF CHIMNEYS AND FLUES FOR DOMESTIC APPLIANCES BURNING SOLID FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD AND PEAT) PART 1: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR MASONRY CHIMNEYS AND FLUE PIPES - AMD 5649: NOVEMBER 1995 Organization: BSI
Date: 1984-08-31
Description: Appendices cover remedial action for defective chimneys, and cleaning and maintenance.
BSI - BS 6461-2 - INSTALLATION OF CHIMNEYS AND FLUES FOR DOMESTIC APPLIANCES BURNING SOLID SOLID-FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD AND PEAT) PART 2: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR FACTORY-MADE INSULATED CHIMNEYS FOR INTERNAL APPLICATIONS Organization: BSI
Date: 1984-06-29
Description: Deals with the installation of new factory-made insulated chimneys designed to serve appliances with chimneys of nominal internal diameters 100 mm, 125 mm, 150 mm and 200 mm, with an appendix giving information on cleaning and maintenance.
BSI - BS 7566-4 - INSTALLATION OF FACTORY-MADE CHIMNEYS TO BS 4543 FOR DOMESTIC APPLIANCES PART 4: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INSTALLATION DESIGN AND INSTALLATION - CORR 14210: MARCH 18, 2003 Organization: BSI
Date: 1992-07-15
Description: Also gives information on cleaning and maintenance of the chimney following installation.
VDI 3670 - WASTE GAS CLEANING - DOWNSTREAM DUST CONTROL DEVICES FOR SMALL-SIZED SOLID FUEL COMBUSTION SYSTEMS Organization: VDI
Date: 2016-04-01
Description: This will provide the manufacturer of the central heating system, the operator, the chimney sweep, and the manufacturer of the dust control device with a basis for deciding which configuration is to be used for a specific application in order to ensure that the emission limit values prescribed by the 1.
SNZ - NZS 7401 - SPECIFICATION FOR SOLID FUEL BURNING DOMESTIC APPLIANCES - INCORPORATING AMENDMENT 1: JUNE 1990 Organization: SNZ
Date: 1985-01-01
Description: NOTE- Heating appliances for use in a clean air Zone established under the Clean Air Act 1972 must be authorized, or not prohibited, by the Order in Council establishing the clean air Zone.
BRE GRSET - GOOD REPAIR GUIDES Organization: BRE
Date: 2004-01-01
Description: Complete set of BRE Good Repair Guides collated in a sturdy ring binder: Assessing moisture in building materials – 3 part set GR33 Bats and refurbishment GR36 Cleaning external walls of buildings – 2 part set GR27 Cracks caused by foundation movement GR1 Damage to buildings caused by trees GR2 Dealing with noisy plumbing GR32 Diagnosing the causes of dampness GR5 Earth, clay and chalk walls GR35 Flat roofs: Assessing a roof repair and making repairs – 2 part set GR16 Hot air repair of PVC-U windows and door frames GR31 Improving energy efficiency GR26 Improving sound insulation – 2 part set GR22 Improving ventilation in housing GR21 Internal painting: Tips and hints GR19 Re-covering pitched roofs GR14 Refixing ceramic wall tiles to internal walls GR29 Remedying condensation in domestic pitched tiled roofs GR30 Repair and maintenance of FRP structures GR34 Repairing and replacing ground floors GR17 Repairing and replacing rainwater goods GR9 Repairing brick and block freestanding walls GR28 Repairing chimneys and parapets GR15 Repairing damage to brick and block walls GR3 Repairing flood damage – 4 part set GR11 Repairing frost damage GR20 Repairing timber windows GR10 Repairing masonry wall ties GR4 Repairing plasterwork GR18 Repointing external brickwork walls GR24 Supporting temporary openings GR25 Treating condensation in houses GR7 Treating Dampness in basements GR23 Treating rain penetration in houses GR8 Treating rising damp in houses GR6 Wood rot: Assessing and treating decay GR12 Wood-boring insect attack – 2 part set GR13
MODUK - DEF STAN 03-6 - GUIDE TO THERMAL SPRAYING PROCESSES - ISSUE 2; 12.97; SUPERSEDES DSTAN 03-6/(PART 1)ISSUE 1 DATED 9 MAY 1972, DSTAN 03-6(PART 2)/ISSUE 1 DATED 18 MAY 1972 AND DSTAN 03-6(PART 3)/ISSUE 1 DATED 22 MAY 1972 Organization: MODUK
Date: 1997-12-19
Description: Exhaust pipes, silencers, hot gas ducts, chimneys, and burners sprayed with aluminium, to a thickness of approximately 0.2 mm, to provide high temperature corrosion resistance up to 500°C.
MODUK - DEF STAN 03-6: PART 1 - GUIDE TO FLAME SPRAYING PROCESSES PART 1: UNFUSED METAL COATINGS Organization: MODUK
Date: 1972-01-01
Description: (5) Exhaust pipes, silencers, hot gas ducts, chimneys, and burners sprayed with aluminium, to a thickness of approximately 0.18 mm, to provide high temperature corrosion resistance up to 500ºC.

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