Bs 6262

Glass Safety

Complying With BS 6262: Part 4 (1994) Glass - Safety Guidelines Glass fitted in 'critical locations', in domestic buildings must be safe. Conventional float glass is not

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Right Place

The details of the requirements were incorporated into: BS 6262 - 4: 1994 Code of practice for Glazing for buildings - Part 4: Safety related to human impact.

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Marking ofInstalled Safety Glass

Note: Full detailed information can be found in BS 6262-4:2005 Glazing for Buildings Code ofPractice for Safety Related to Human Impact, clauses 7.1 and 7.2 * One such source is the Register of Safety Glazing Marks 44-48 Borough High St., London SE1 1XP.

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SER Scheme for Certification of Design (Building Structures)

buildings where the installation comes within the provision of BS 6262:2005 1 (see below). Many of these installations will be carried out by installers who may be registered under one of the

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Safeguard Glass Co. Safety Glazing / Regulation 14

has made the requirement for safety glazing in accordance with BS 6262 mandatory and retrospective. Since 1975 the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 ...

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D E S C R I P T I O N

Glazing and fixing techniques should comply with the recommendations of BS 6262: 1982. As with ordinary annealed glass, TempaGLAS should be washed down with clean water upon installation to remove abrasive dust.

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Safety and Security

BS 6262 identifies critical locations in general terms only and sets the minimum standards of glazing materials acceptable for use in these areas.

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Pilkington T glass

Note: In the future, references to BS 6206 in BS 6262-4 and relevant Building Regulations (e.g. Part N in England & Wales) are likely to be superseded by BS EN 12600.

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TempaGLAS TOUGHENED SAFETY GLASS

Glazing and fixing techniques should comply with the recommendations of BS 6262: 1982. As with ordinary annealed glass, TempaGLAS should be washed down with clean water upon installation to remove abrasive dust.

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i Waterstones, Glasgow• Architect: WH SMITH

BS 6262 : 1982 Code of practice for glazing for buildings. BS 6206: 1981 (1994) Specification for impact performance requirements for flatsafety glasses and safety plastics for use in buildings.

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