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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.


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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: .

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: The wiring of premises Part 2: Medium-voltage installations above 1 kV a. The identification and classification of dangerous goods, Annex A: Test methods for the classification of dangerous goods.

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The identification and classification of dangerous goods, Annex B: Special provisions relating to articles or substances and numerical list. The identification and classification of dangerous goods, Annex C: See the SABS online store for details. Some of these may be useful to home builders and owner builders, simply because the standards are generic. Published in , this lengthy page document contains some important background information on dolomite land, as well as departmental requirements for developing any form of building site on dolomite.

Published in , this page document defines a good cross-section of terms relating to water supply and drainage. Installation methods are covered briefly, and there is a useful table for sizing gutters and downpipes in relation to the size of the roof of any building.

Drainage Details. Although published some time ago, in , this page document has some useful drawings, some of which show correct and incorrect methods of installing drains.

SANS 10400-B (2009) (English): The application

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. Copyright protected. This document was published in January This document supersedes the corresponding parts of SABS Compliance with the requirements of this document will be deemed to be compliance with the requirements of part O of the National Building Regulations, issued in terms of the National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act, Act No.

Part A: General principles and requirements. Part B: Structural design. Part C: Part D: Public safety. Part F: Site operations. Part G: Part H: Part J: Part K: Part L: Part M: Part N: Part O: Foreword concluded Part P: Part Q: Non-water-borne means of sanitary disposal.

Part R: Stormwater disposal. Part S: Facilities for persons with disabilities. Part T: Fire protection. Part V: Space heating. Part W: Fire installation. Annex A forms an integral part of this document. Annex B is for information only. Contents Page Acknowledgement Foreword 1 Scope Lighting and Ventilation For dated references, only the edition cited applies.

For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document including any amendments applies. Artificial lighting of interiors. SANS O: Additional limitations may accordingly be imposed on category 1 buildings.

NOTE 3 Fire requirements for category 1 buildings are based on occupants escaping quickly from buildings. The design population for occupancies as set out in table 2 of part A of the Regulations see SANS A should therefore not be exceeded.

Other parts of SANS contain definitions of a more specific nature relevant to their disciplines. Figure 1 shows the zones of space that may exist when an opening is divided into portions. The lines that determine these zones depend on the size and shape of the obstruction. Such parallel planes may extend from a building at any angle to the plane of the opening.

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Figure 2 Measurement of openings 4. Figure 4 shows how the length of a zone of space can be calculated. Table 1 Length of zones of space 1. Habitable room in dwelling house, dwelling unit or a building used for a residential or institutional occupancy. Figures 5 and 6 show the height of obstruction which controls the required length of a zone of space. Figure 6 Zone of space intersecting an obstruction 4.

Figure 7 shows the vertical shaft required above a zone of space which has a projection covering part of it. NOTE In any building which is not permanently occupied, such as a holiday home or chalet, windows providing ventilation might remain closed for long periods.

In hot humid areas this can lead to problems such as dampness and mould growth, and some form of supplementary ventilation might be desirable. Airbricks provide a partial solution but as these might not be sufficient on their own, some other form of permanent ventilation, such as a roof vent, should also be considered. Where it is not possible to so position such inlet, the system shall incorporate suitable devices to a reduce contamination of outside air to an acceptable level, and b prevent discharge of dust, fluff or hazardous substances or materials that might have accumulated in ducts from entering the building spaces.

All exhaust outlets shall be constructed in a manner that ensures against any exhaust plume from the facility being entrained by natural forces, and re-entering the building via any building openings or ventilation openings.Smoking rooms and areas shall be provided with a dedicated supply extraction system. Thomas F. Some of these may be useful to home builders and owner builders, simply because the standards are generic.

Stormwater disposal. Large packaging.

O7 Fire Requirements In addition to the requirements of this part, lighting and ventilation shall be provided to comply with Part T of these regulations. This document supersedes the corresponding parts of SABS NOTE An artificial ventilation system required in terms of 4.

Note that when you purchase the individual parts of the building regulations from the SABS, they will incorporate the updated legislation in full.

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