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  • BS 6262-4:2005 Glazing for buildings. Code of practice for safety related to human impact

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  • October 2005
  • BS 6262-4:2005
  • British Standard
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Safety recommendations for vertical use of glass and plastics glazing sheet materials in locations likely to be subject to accidental human impact.

Abstract

This British Standard, a part of the BS 6262 series, provides safety recommendations for the vertical use of glass and plastics glazing sheet materials in locations likely to be subject to accidental human impact. The recommendations are intended to reduce impact related injuries and in particular the risk of cutting and piercing injuries.

Recommendations and guidance are given on general safety considerations, design considerations, impact performance, marking for safety glazing, critical locations, permanent screen protection, manifestation and specialist glazing products.

This British Standard does not deal with the subject of workmanship for glazing as this is covered by BS 8000-7.

History and related standards

This British Standard supersedes BS 6262-4:1994, which is withdrawn

It includes the following cross references:

BS 952-1, BS 6180:1999, BS 6206:1981, BS 7449:1991, BS EN 572-3,

BS EN 572-6, BS EN 12150-1, BS EN 12600:2002, BS EN 13024-1, BS EN 14179-1, BS EN 14428, BS EN 14449, BS EN ISO 12543-2.
Safety recommendations for vertical use of glass and plastics glazing sheet materials in locations likely to be subject to accidental human impact. Abstract This British Standard, a part of the BS 6262 series, provides safety recommendations for the vertical use of glass and plastics glazing sheet materials in locations likely to be subject to accidental human impact. The recommendations are intended to reduce impact ...
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