SANS 10400 PART B PDF

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The application of the National Building Regulations Part B: Structural design. PDF. 1 x SANS B (Ed. ) +R Preview. requirements of part B of the National Building Regulations, issued in terms of the SANS consists of the following parts, under the general title The. SANS Part P, Drainage, Plumbing, Sanitation and Water Disposal. Page: 48 . with this section of SANS Part B, namely Structural Design.


Sans 10400 Part B Pdf

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SANS consists of the following parts, under the general title The application of . SANS B (SABS B), The application of the National Building. SANS consists of the following parts, under the general title The application of the . Annex B (informative) Example of a calculation for sizing pipework. 1 SANS A. The application of the NBR Part A: General principles and requirements. Ed 2 SANS B. The application of the NBR Part B: .

Restrictions will be placed on the size and layout of the building in category 1 buildings. No prohibition is placed on the use of category 1 buildings with poor thermal performance in areas with high winter rainfall and humidity such as the Southern Cape Condensation Problem Area, provided that it can be demonstrated that the building is upgradable to a noncategory 1 building without having to rebuild the structure.

Minor ingress might be experienced in infrequent major storms but not to the extent that any permanent damage might be caused. Elements other than normal glazing in category 1 buildings might be more susceptible to hail damage in severe hail storms.

The resistance to local damage when struck by sharp-edged objects and the ability to hold fittings and the impact resistance to soft body impacts will be lower in the case of category 1 buildings than that for non-category 1 buildings. The reduction in performance does not compromise the safety of the structure in any way under all normal circumstances of use.

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Reduction in category 1 buildings in size of openings for occupancy classes E3, H3 and H4 only. This objective is incorporated in the Standards Act, Act No.

Users of South African National Standards should ensure that they possess the latest amendments or editions. The SABS continuously strives to improve the quality of its products and services and would therefore be grateful if anyone finding an inaccuracy or ambiguity while using this standard would inform the secretary of the technical committee responsible, the identity of which can be found in the foreword. The Centre also offers an individual updating service called INFOPLUS, which ensures that subscribers automatically receive notification regarding amendments to, and revisions of, international standards.

Unless exemption has been granted, no extract may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior written permission from the SABS Standards Division.

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This does not preclude the free use, in the course of implementing the standard, of necessary details such as symbols, and size, type or grade designations. If these details are to be used for any purpose other than implementation, prior written permission must be obtained. Details and advice can be obtained from the Senior Manager. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles.

Jump to Page. Search inside document. NOTE The requirements of 4. Locker rooms 15 7,5 Spectator areas 5,0 Health spas and slimming salons 7,5 10 7,5 Air supply required per person with required minimum air changes per hour Garages Parking garages Air supply required per square metre of floor area 17 SABS. Bronchoscopy, sputum collection, examination room and treatment room general Inpatient nursing areas: Laboratories Bacteriological P2, P3 and P4 General biochemistry, cytology, histology, nuclear medicine, pathology and serology Pressure relative to adjacent area shall be negative Radiology General radiology areas Pressure relative to adjacent area shall be negative 18 SABS.

Lighting and Ventilation Definition approval approval by a any local authority, including approval contemplated in section 7 7 b of the Act, or b the Review Board on appeal to the Review Board in terms of the Act Regulations O1 Lighting and Ventilation Requirement 1 Any habitable room, bathroom, shower-room and room containing a toilet pan or urinal, or any room which is a parking garage shall be provided with a means of lighting and ventilation which will enable such room to be used, without detriment to health or safety or causing any nuisance, for the purpose for which it is designed.

O5 Artificial Ventilation Plant 1 2 Any plant forming part of an artificial ventilation system shall be so designed, located and protected that a any condensate from such plant cannot be the cause of danger or nuisance to the public; b inspection and servicing can be undertaken; and c unauthorized persons cannot tamper with such plant. O6 Testing of Artificial Ventilation Systems 1 The owner shall at acceptable intervals of time submit to the local authority test reports indicating that any artificial ventilation system installed in terms of these regulations is operating in the designed manner.

Maintenance cycles Category 1 buildings might require more frequent maintenance. Earthquakes Not applicable.

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Windstorms Not applicable. Expected damage in walls and floors The degree of expected damage will generally be greater in category 1 buildings; such damage will nevertheless be of a minor nature and be repairable during the course of normal redecoration.

Behaviour in fire Restrictions will be placed on the size and layout of the building in category 1 buildings. Severe condensation and consequential mould growth No prohibition is placed on the use of category 1 buildings with poor thermal performance in areas with high winter rainfall and humidity such as the Southern Cape Condensation Problem Area, provided that it can be demonstrated that the building is upgradable to a noncategory 1 building without having to rebuild the structure.

Attack by biological agents Not applicable. Rising damp Not applicable. Resistance of walls and roofs to rain penetration Minor ingress might be experienced in infrequent major storms but not to the extent that any permanent damage might be caused. Hail resistance Elements other than normal glazing in category 1 buildings might be more susceptible to hail damage in severe hail storms.

Accuracy of construction Tolerances will be greater i. Lighting and ventilation Reduction in category 1 buildings in size of openings for occupancy classes E3, H3 and H4 only.

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Although published some time ago, in , this page document has some useful drawings, some of which show correct and incorrect methods of installing drains. Even though a qualified plumber must, by law, install your drains, this primarily visual guide will provide some insight into correct ways of constructing drains, installing gullies and so on.

Published in , this page document covers general design elements including changes in level and wheelchair turning space requirements , general sit elements including parking requirements , accessible routes from walking surface and stairways to handrails and lifts , plumbing facilities, communication elements, and some built-in furnishing possibilities.

Hardware Sample List. A page long document that was published in , this is basically a notated description of master keys and locks, bolts, door and other types of hardware.

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This is an Excel tool that has been customised for quantity surveyors to estimate Department of Public Works projects. The categories could be easily changed to adapt it for use estimating and costing a home build. Holding pens for temporary housing of animals, Part 1: Holding pens for temporary housing of animals, Part 2: Holding pens for temporary housing of animals, Part 3: The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic, commercial, and industrial installations Part 1: Liquefied petroleum gas installations involving gas storage containers of individual water capacity not exceeding L and a combined water capacity not exceeding 3 L per installation.

The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic, commercial, and industrial installations Part 2: Installation of LPG systems in mobile units, including but not limited to caravans, motor homes, park homes and mobile kitchens.

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The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic, commercial, and industrial installations Part 3: Liquefied petroleum gas installations involving storage vessels of individual water capacity exceeding L. The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic, commercial and industrial installations Part 4: The transportation of LP gas including the design, construction, inspection, fittings, filling, maintenance and repair of LP gas bulk vehicles and rail tank cars.

The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic, commercial, and industrial installations Part 6: The application of liquefied petroleum and compressed natural gases as engine fuels for internal combustion engines.

The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic, commercial, and industrial installations Part 7: Storage and filling premises for refillable liquefied petroleum gas LPG containers of gas capacity not exceeding 9 kg and the storage of individual gas containers not exceeding 48 kg.

The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic, commercial and industrial installations Part 8: Filling containers for LP gas operated fork lift vehicles in-situ.

The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic, commercial and industrial installations Part Mobile filling stations for refillable liquefied petroleum gas LPG containers of capacity not exceeding 9 kg.

The petroleum industry Part 1: Storage and distribution of petroleum products in above-ground bulk installations. The petroleum industry Part 2: Electrical and other installations in the distribution and marketing sector.

The petroleum industry Part 3:This objective is incorporated in the Standards Act, Act No. Children under the age of 18 years shall not be permitted in a permissible smoking area. Table 1 Length of zones of space 1.

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