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Installation "Marking of fire-resistant glass Fire-resistant glass should carry a permanent mark for example, of the type normally applied for impact safety. You may experience issues viewing this site in Internet Explorer 9, 10 or B6s206 seemed to me that this product might be interesting for you, so I am sending you a link to it.
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Class 1, mm drop height This is to test glass for critical applications. A weight is dropped from three heights on to a a standard sized pane of glass. Find Similar Items This product falls into the following categories.
Specification for impact performance requirements for flat safety glass and safety plastics for use in buildings. The units are sealed double glazed with a gap of about 12mm between panes but there doesnt appear to be any intumescent glazing system in the timber frame assembly.
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Materials meeting the performance criteria of BSEN 12 and are classified as safety material MUST carry a mark indicating the level of safety achieved during test. Heres a quote from the ggf document Best Practice Guide Section 8: The Red document status indicator indicates that the document is an old version The document has likely been withdrawn by the publisher, also the meta data presented here may be out of date as it is no longer being maintained by the editorial teams at NBS.
I recommended the glazing be checked and replaced if no evidence of fire performance could be found. Sign me up to an availability notification fields marked with - - are required. When you signed up to be notified, you hereby agreed bs2606 receive only one-time notification of a product re-availability.
The glass is classified at the point in which it breaks. The Amber document status indicator indicates that some caution is needed when using this document - it is either: The mark on the sb6206 should therefore be taken as only an indicator for the system as a whole.
History and related standards This British Standard includes the following cross-references: I want to receive an additional SMS with a notification Your phone number: The only way to then check is for the glazing to be removed and tested by a glazing expert. Reference to this evidence must be given in the documentation provided on installation.
My understanding was that BS is purely an impact safety assessment and provides no protection against fire. Marking with the name of the particular glass product that has been installed is particularly important for non reinforced fire-resistant glass types since they cannot be individually identified when glazed bbs6206 such a mark for example modified toughened soda lime glass or borosilicate.
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I would have expected the glass to have to be etched to indicate a fire safety performance in this location. There must be appropriate evidence of performance for the system as a whole, and the fire-resistant glass must be approved as an integral part of that system. Again there may be more recent versions of the document.
Type B breakage is the typical breakage mode bx6206 glass with a safety film applied or laminated glass as it ba6206 to the fragments of glass being held together by the film or laminate. We had to do that once after the St marys Axe bomb disaster and the glazig that had replaced that blown away was not FR just impact resistant.
BS and fire resisting glazing