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    Automatic fire sprinkler systems (known as the SAA Code for Automatic Fire Sprinkler Systems)

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    Superseded date:  30-06-2017

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    Published date:  01-01-1982

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 2118-1982 SAA CODE FOR AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    7 - FOREWORD
    7 - PART 1 - SCOPE, DEFINITIONS, CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGN DATA
    7 - SECTION 1. SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS
    7 - 1.1 SCOPE.
    7 - 1.2 DEFINITIONS.
    7 - 1.2.1 Alarm valve
    7 - 1.2.2 Approved
    7 - 1.2.3 Assumed area of operation
    7 - 1.2.4 Authority having jurisdiction
    7 - 1.2.5 Authorized inspector
    7 - 1.2.6 Building owner
    7 - 1.2.7 Combustible
    7 - 1.2.8 Cut-off sprinkler (or sprinklers)
    7 - 1.2.9 Density of discharge
    8 - 1.2.10 Design point
    8 - 1.2.11 Distribution pipes
    8 - 1.2.12 Elevated private reservoir
    8 - 1.2.13 Encapsulated
    8 - 1.2.14 End-centre arrangement
    8 - 1.2.15 End-side arrangement
    8 - 1.2.16 Escutcheon plate
    8 - 1.2.17 Extra high hazard occupancy
    8 - 1.2.18 Extra light hazard occupancy
    8 - 1.2.19 Fire and draught stop
    8 - 1.2.20 Fire door
    8 - 1.2.21 Fire pump controller
    8 - 1.2.22 Fire-resistance rating
    8 - 1.2.23 Gravity tank
    8 - 1.2.24 Gridded system
    9 - 1.2.25 Inferior wall
    9 - 1.2.26 Installation
    9 - 1.2.27 Installation gauge
    9 - 1.2.28 Looped system
    9 - 1.2.29 Main distribution pipes
    9 - 1.2.30 Main stop valve
    9 - 1.2.31 Net positive suction head (NPSH) (of a pump)
    9 - 1.2.32 Open joists and exposed common rafters
    9 - 1.2.33 Ordinary hazard occupancy
    9 - 1.2.34 Range pipes
    9 - 1.2.35 Risers (drops)
    9 - 1.2.36 Separate array
    9 - 1.2.37 Sprinklered area
    9 - 1.2.38 Sprinklered building
    9 - 1.2.39 Terminal main system
    9 - 1.2.40 Terminal range system
    9 - 1.2.41 Trunk main
    9 - 1.2.42 Fire damper
    9 - 1.2.43 Fire-resistant roller shutter
    9 - 1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS.
    10 - SECTION 2. CLASSES OF SPRINKLER SYSTEM AND DESIGN DATA
    10 - 2.1 CLASSES OF SYSTEM.
    10 - 2.2 CLASSIFICATION OF OCCUPANCIES.
    10 - 2.2.1 General.
    10 - 2.2.2 Extra Light Hazard Occupancies.
    10 - 2.2.3 Ordinary Hazard Occupancies.
    13 - 2.2.4 Extra High Hazard Occupancies.
    15 - 2.3 TYPES OF SYSTEMS
    15 - 2.3.1 General.
    15 - 2.3.2 Standard Sprinkler Systems.
    17 - 2.3.3 Deluge System.
    17 - 2.4 DESIGN DATA.
    17 - 2.4.1 Standard Sprinkler Systems.
    18 - 2.4.2 Deluge Systems.
    19 - PART 2 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    19 - SECTION 3. INSTALLATION
    19 - 3.1 CONFIRMATION OF CLASS OF HAZARD.
    19 - 3.2 INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED FOR APPROVAL OF SPRINKLER SYSTEMS.
    19 - 3.2.1 General.
    19 - 3.2.2 At the Preliminary Stage.
    19 - 3.2.3 After Placing of the Contract but Before Commencing Erection.
    21 - 3.2.4 On Completion of Installation.
    21 - 3.3 SPRINKLERED BUILDINGS.
    21 - 3.3.1 Extent of Sprinkler Protection.
    21 - 3.3.2 Protection Against Exposure Hazards.
    22 - 3.3.3 Permitted Exceptions.
    22 - 3.4 TRANSMISSION OF ALARM SIGNAL TO FIRE BRIGADE.
    22 - 3.5 LOCAL ALARM.
    22 - 3.6 SYSTEM MONITORING.
    22 - 3.6.1 General.
    22 - 3.6.2 Monitoring Devices.
    22 - 3.6.3 Systems to be Monitored.
    22 - 3.6.4 Components to be Monitored.
    23 - 3.6.5 Installation.
    23 - 3.6 MAINTENANCE.
    24 - SECTION 4. WATER SUPPLIES
    24 - 4.1 GENERAL.
    24 - 4.2 ACCEPTABLE SOURCES OF SUPPLY.
    24 - 4.3 WATER SUPPLY GRADES.
    24 - 4.3.1 General.
    24 - 4.3.2 Grade III Water Supplies.
    25 - 4.3.3 Grade II Water Supplies.
    25 - 4.3.4 Grade I Water Supplies.
    35 - 4.4 CONNECTIONS TO OTHER SERVICES.
    35 - 4.4.1 General.
    35 - 4.4.2 Fire Hose Reel Connections.
    35 - 4.4.3 Fire Brigade Booster Connection.
    36 - 4.5 PRESSURE AND FLOW REQUIREMENTS.
    36 - 4.6 PRESSURE LIMITATIONS.
    36 - 4.7 MINIMUM CAPACITY OF STORED WATER SUPPLIES.
    36 - 4.8 PUMP SUCTION TANKS.
    36 - 4.8.1 General.
    36 - 4.8.2 Effective Capacity.
    37 - 4.8.3 Supply from Inexhaustible Source.
    39 - 4.9 PRIVATE WATER SUPPLIES.
    39 - 4.9.1 General.
    39 - 4.9.2 Elevated Private Reservoirs.
    39 - 4.9.3 Gravity Tanks.
    40 - 4.10 TOWN MAINS.
    40 - 4.10. 1 Direct Supply from Town Mains.
    40 - 4.10. 2 Pump Drawing from Town Mains.
    40 - 4.11 PUMP INSTALLATIONS.
    40 - 4.11. 1 General Requirements.
    41 - 4.11. 2 Pump Operating Conditions.
    45 - 4.11.3 Suction Piping.
    45 - 4.11.4 Performance Requirements for Pumps.
    45 - 4.12 PUMP SETS.
    45 - 4.12.1 General.
    46 - 4.12.2 Electric Motor Driven Pumps.
    46 - 4.12.3 Compression-ignition Engine Driven Pumps.
    47 - 4.13 PRESSURE TANKS.
    47 - 4.13.1 General.
    47 - 4.13.2 Special Requirements.
    48 - 4.14 PROVING OF WATER SUPPLIES.
    50 - SECTION 5. SPACING AND LOCATION OF SPRINKLERS
    50 - 5.1 STANDARD SPACING.
    50 - 5.2 STAGGERED SPACING.
    50 - 5.3 MINIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN SPRINKLERS.
    50 - 5.4 LOCATION OF SPRINKLERS (OTHER THAN SIDEWALL SPRINKLERS).
    50 - 5.4.1 General.
    50 - 5.4.2 Walls and Partitions.
    51 - 5.4.3 Ceilings, Roofs and Underside of Stairs.
    51 - 5.4.4 Beams and Joists.
    51 - 5.4.5 Columns.
    51 - 5.4.6 Girders.
    53 - 5.4.7 Roof Trusses.
    53 - 5.4.8 Clear Space Below Sprinklers
    53 - 5.5 SPACING AND LOCATION OF SIDEWALL SPRINKLERS.
    53 - 5.5.1 General.
    53 - 5.5.2 Maximum Spacing of Sidewall Sprinklers.
    53 - 5.5.3 Distance Between Rows of Sprinklers.
    53 - 5.6 LOCATIONS OR CONDITIONS INVOLVING SPECIAL CONSIDERATION (SUPPLEMENTARY PROTECTION).
    53 - 5.6.1 Roof Spaces.
    53 - 5.6.2 Ceiling and Floor Spaces.
    54 - 5.6.3 Ceiling Materials.
    54 - 5.6.4 Spaces Under Ground Floors.
    54 - 5.6.5 Machinery Pits and Production Lines.
    54 - 5.6.6 Hoists, Lift Shafts, Building Services Shafts and Enclosed Chutes.
    54 - 5.6.7 Elevators, Rope or Strap Races, Gearing Boxes and Dust Receivers.
    54 - 5.6.8 Corn, Rice, Provender and Oil Mills.
    54 - 5.6.9 Bins and Silos.
    54 - 5.6.10 Escalators.
    55 - 5.6.11 Canopies.
    55 - 5.6.12 Roof Overhang.
    55 - 5.6.13 Exterior Docks and Platforms.
    55 - 5.6.14 Enclosed Paint Lines, Drying Ovens, Drying Enclosures.
    55 - 5.6.15 Spray Booths.
    55 - 5.6.16 Oil and Flammable Liquid Hazards.
    55 - 5.6.17 Commercial Type Cooking Equipment and Associated Ventilation Systems.
    56 - 5.6.18 Air-handling Plant.
    56 - 5.6.19 Computer and Other Electronic Equipment Areas.
    56 - 5.7 OBSTRUCTIONS BELOW SPRINKLERS.
    56 - 5.7.1 General.
    56 - 5.7.2 Overhead Platforms.
    56 - 5.7.3 Ducts.
    56 - 5.7.4 Suspended Ceilings.
    56 - 5.7.5 Hoods over Papermaking Machines.
    56 - 5.7.6 Storage Racks.
    56 - 5.7.7 Storage Fixtures of Solid and/or Slatted Shelved Construction.
    56 - 5.8 FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCTION STUDIOS.
    56 - 5.8.1 Overhead Platforms and Walkways.
    57 - 5.8.2 Concealed Spaces and Cavities.
    57 - 5.9 THEATRES AND MUSIC HALLS (Protection on the Stage Side of the Proscenium Wall).
    57 - 5.10 COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
    57 - 5.10.1 General.
    57 - 5.10.2 Pipework within the Cold Chamber.
    59 - SECTION 6. SPRINKLERS, SPRAYERS AND MULTIPLE CONTROLS
    59 - 6.1 GENERAL.
    59 - 6.2 TYPES OF SPRINKLERS, SPRAYERS AND MULTIPLE CONTROLS.
    59 - 6.2.1 Sprinklers.
    59 - 6.2.2 Sprayers.
    60 - 6.2.3 Multiple Controls.
    60 - 6.3 SPRINKLER K FACTORS, ORIFICE AND THREAD SIZES.
    60 - 6.4 APPLICATION OF SPRINKLER TYPES.
    60 - 6.5 TEMPERATURE RATINGS.
    60 - 6.6 COLOUR CODING.
    60 - 6.7 STOCK OF REPLACEMENT SPRINKLERS.
    61 - 6.8 ANTI-CORROSION TREATMENT OF SPRINKLERS.
    61 - 6.9 SPRINKLER GUARDS.
    61 - 6.10 ESCUTCHEON PLATES.
    61 - 6.11 PROTECTION AGAINST FROST.
    62 - SECTION 7. PIPEWORK
    62 - 7.1 PIPE AND PIPE FITTING SPECIFICATIONS.
    62 - 7.1.1 General.
    62 - 7.1.2 Pipes Above Ground.
    62 - 7.1.3 Pipes Below Ground.
    62 - 7.1.4 Protection of Underground Pipes.
    62 - 7.1.5 Universal Joints and Flexible Connections.
    62 - 7.2 HYDRAULIC TEST PRESSURE.
    62 - 7.3 PIPE JOINTING.
    62 - 7.3.1 Welded Pipes.
    62 - 7.3.2 Mechanical Grooved Couplings.
    62 - 7.4 EMBEDDING OF PIPEWORK.
    62 - 7.5 CORROSION PROTECTION OF PIPEWORK.
    63 - 7. 6 PIPEWORK IN UNSPRINKLERED BUILDINGS.
    63 - 7.7 PROTECTION OF PIPEWORK AGAINST MECHANICAL DAMAGE.
    63 - 7.8 HAZARDOUS PROCESSES AND EXPLOSION HAZARD - SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING PIPEWORK AND VALVES.
    63 - 7.9 FACILITIES FOR FLUSHING PIPEWORK.
    63 - 7.10 PROHIBITED USE OF PIPEWORK.
    63 - 7.10.1 Electrical Earth.
    63 - 7.10.2 Hoisting.
    63 - 7.11 SLOPE OF PIPES FOR DRAINAGE.
    63 - 7.12 LOW LEVEL DRAINAGE.
    63 - 7.13 PIPE SIZES.
    63 - 7.14 ORIFICE PLATES.
    64 - 7.15 SUPPORT OF SPRINKLER PIPEWORK.
    64 - 7.15.1 General.
    64 - 7.15.2 Design.
    64 - 7.15.3 Materials.
    64 - 7.15.4 Requirements for Pipe Support Components
    65 - 7.15.5 Fixing of Pipe Supports.
    65 - 7.15.6 Spacing of Supports.
    65 - 7.15.7 Location of Supports.
    66 - 7.15.8 Verification of Design.
    70 - SECTION 8. VALVES AND ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT
    70 - 8.1 INSTALLATION CONTROL VALVES.
    70 - 8.2 STOP VALVES.
    70 - 8.2.1 General.
    70 - 8.2.2 Main Stop Valves.
    70 - 8.2.3 Stop Valves Controlling Water Supplies.
    70 - 8.2.4 Subsidiary Stop Valves.
    70 - 8.3 BLOCK PLAN.
    71 - 8.4 LOCATION PLATE.
    71 - 8.5 EMERGENCY INSTRUCTIONS.
    71 - 8.6 NON-RETURN (BACK PRESSURE) VALVES.
    71 - 8.7 ALARM VALVES.
    71 - 8.7.1 Alarm (Wet Pipe) Valves.
    71 - 8.7.2 Alarm (Dry Pipe) Valves.
    71 - 8.7.3 Composite Alarm Valves.
    71 - 8.7.4 Identification of Alarm Valves and Alarm Gongs.
    71 - 8.7.5 Accelerators or Exhausters for Alarm Valves (Dry System)
    72 - 8.8 PRESSURE-REDUCING VALVES.
    72 - 8.9 DELUGE AND PRE-ACTION VALVES.
    72 - 8.9.1 Deluge Valves.
    72 - 8.9.2 Pre-action Valves.
    72 - 8.10 ALARM DEVICES.
    72 - 8.10.1 General.
    72 - 8.10.2 Prevention of False Alarms.
    72 - 8.10.3 Local Water Motor Alarms.
    72 - 8.10.4 Direct Brigade Alarms.
    72 - 8.10.5 Pressure Switches.
    73 - 8.11 PRESSURE GAUGES.
    74 - PART 3 - SUMMARIES OF REQUIREMENTS FOR SYSTEMS
    74 - SECTION 9. EXTRA LIGHT HAZARD CLASS SYSTEMS
    74 - 9.1 DESIGN DATA.
    74 - 9.2 WATER SUPPLIES.
    74 - 9.2.1 Pressure and Flow Requirements.
    74 - 9.2.2 Minimum Capacity of Water Supplies.
    74 - 9.2.3 Pumps.
    75 - 9.2.4 Proving of Water Supplies.
    75 - 9.3 SPACING OF SPRINKLERS.
    75 - 9.3.1 Maximum Area Coverage per Sprinkler.
    75 - 9.3.2 Maximum Distance between Sprinklers on Range Pipes and between Adjacent Rows of Sprinklers.
    75 - 9.3.3 Maximum Distance from Walls and Partitions
    75 - 9.4 SYSTEM COMPONENTS.
    75 - 9.4.1 Sprinklers.
    75 - 9.4.2 Pipework.
    77 - 9.5 SYSTEM DRAINAGE.
    77 - 9.6 NUMBER OF SPRINKLERS CONTROLLED BY ONE SET OF VALVES.
    77 - 9.6.1 Wet Pipe Systems and Pre-action Systems.
    77 - 9.6.2 Dry Pipe Systems and Alternate Wet and Dry Pipe Systems.
    78 - SECTION 10. ORDINARY HAZARD CLASS SYSTEMS
    78 - 10.1 DESIGN DATA.
    78 - 10.2 WATER SUPPLIES.
    78 - 10.2.1 Pressure and Flow Requirements.
    78 - 10.2.2 Minimum Capacity of Water Supplies.
    79 - 10.2.3 Pumps.
    80 - 10.2.4 Proving of Water Supplies.
    80 - 10.3 SPACING OF SPRINKLERS.
    80 - 10.3.1 Maximum Area Coverage per Sprinkler.
    80 - 10.3.2 Maximum Distance between Sprinklers on Range Pipes and between Adjacent Rows of Sprinklers.
    80 - 10.3.3 Maximum Distance from Walls and Partitions
    80 - 10.4 SYSTEM COMPONENTS.
    80 - 10.4.1 Sprinklers.
    80 - 10.4.2 Pipework.
    83 - 10.5 SYSTEM DRAINAGE.
    84 - 10.6 NUMBER OF SPRINKLERS CONTROLLED BY ONE SET OF VALVES.
    84 - 10.6.1 Wet Pipe Systems and Pre-action Systems.
    84 - 10.6.2 Dry Pipe Systems and Alternate Wet and Dry Pipe Systems.
    85 - SECTION 11. EXTRA HIGH HAZARD CLASS SYSTEMS
    85 - 11.1 DESIGN DATA.
    85 - 11.1.1 General.
    85 - 11.1.2 Process Risks.
    85 - 11.1.3 High Piled Storage Risks.
    92 - 11.1.4 Type of System.
    92 - 11.2 WATER SUPPLIES.
    92 - 11.2.1 Pressure and Flow Requirements.
    93 - 11.2.2 Minimum Capacity of Water Supplies.
    94 - 11.2.3 Pumps.
    94 - 11.2.4 Proving of Water Supplies.
    94 - 11.3 SPACING OF SPRINKLERS.
    94 - 11.3.1 Maximum Distance between Sprinklers.
    94 - 11.3.2 Maximum Distance between Sprinklers on Range Pipes and between Adjacent Rows of Sprinklers.
    94 - 11.3.3 Maximum Distance from Walls and Partitions.
    95 - 11.4 SYSTEM COMPONENTS.
    95 - 11.4.1 Sprinklers.
    95 - 11.4.2 Pipework.
    101 - 11.5 SYSTEM DRAINAGE.
    101 - 11.6 NUMBER OF SPRINKLERS CONTROLLED BY ONE SET OF VALVES.
    101 - 11.6.1 Wet Pipe Systems.
    101 - 11.6.2 Dry Pipe and Alternative Wet and Dry Pipe Systems.
    102 - SECTION 12. FULL HYDRAULIC CALCULATION OF SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
    102 - 12.1 GENERAL.
    102 - 12.2 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS FOR DENSITY OF DISCHARGE.
    102 - 12.3 ASSUMED AREA OF OPERATION.
    102 - 12.4 SPRINKLERS IN OPERATION.
    102 - 12.5 POSITION OF ASSUMED AREA OF OPERATION.
    102 - 12.5.1 Hydraulically Most Unfavourable Area of Operation.
    103 - 12.5.2 Hydraulically Most Favourable Area of Operation.
    103 - 12.6 SHAPE OF ASSUMED AREA OF OPERATION.
    103 - 12.6.1 Hydraulically Most Unfavourable Area of Operation.
    103 - 12.6.2 Hydraulically Most Favourable Area of Operation.
    103 - 12.7 WATER SUPPLIES.
    103 - 12.8 PUMPSETS.
    103 - 12.8.1 General.
    103 - 12.8.2 Maximum Flow Rate.
    104 - 12.9 CALCULATION OF PRESSURE LOSS IN PIPES.
    105 - 12.10 PRESSURE LOSSES.
    105 - 12.10.1 Fittings and Valves.
    105 - 12.10.2 Dry Pendent (or Upright) Pattern Sprinklers.
    105 - 12.12 ACCURACY OF CALCULATIONS.
    105 - 12.13 MINIMUM SPRINKLER DISCHARGE PRESSURE.
    106 - 12.14 MINIMUM PIPE SIZES.
    106 - 12.15 VELOCITY LIMITATION.
    106 - 12.16 VELOCITY PRESSURE.
    106 - 12.17 INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED FOR APPROVAL OF SPRINKLER SYSTEMS.
    106 - 12.17.1 General.
    106 - 12.17.2 Documentation.
    106 - 12.17.3 Details of the Town Main.
    106 - 12.17.4 Details of Automatic Pumpsets.
    106 - 12.17.5 System Information.
    106 - 12.17.6 Detailed Calculations.
    107 - 12.17.7 Drawings and Diagrams.
    107 - 12.18 IDENTIFICATION OF FULLY HYDRAULICALLY CALCULATED SYSTEMS.
    121 - APPENDIX A - ORIFICE PLATES
    121 - A1 SCOPE.
    121 - A2 REQUIREMENTS.
    121 - A3 NOTES ON THE USE OF TABLES A1 AND A2
    123 - APPENDIX B - COMPLETION CERTIFICATE
    125 - APPENDIX C - PIPEWORK INTERPRETATIONS
    128 - APPENDIX D - FULLY HYDRAULICALLY CALCULATED EXTRA LIGHT HAZARD AND ORDINARY HAZARD SYSTEMS
    129 - ANNEX 1 - REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    129 - Australian Standards
    129 - British Standards
    130 - ANNEX 2 - TECHNICAL CHANGES
    131 - INDEX

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    Based on current FOC rules. Covers classes of system and design data, installation, water supplies, spacing and location of sprinklers, sprinklers and their sprayers and controls, pipework, valves and ancillary equipment, and hazard class system requirements, and includes appendices dealing with orifice plates, fully hydraulically calculated extra high hazard class systems, the completion certificate, terminology applied to pipework, and parameters for fully hydraulically calculated extra light and ordinary hazard class systems.

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    This standard sets out requirements for the installation of automatic sprinkler systems in buildings.

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    Committee FP-004
    Document Type Standard
    Product Note (In Rul F/1). See also AS 2118 and AS 4118 series
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes

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    Amendment 2 to AS 2118-1978 See DR 78146. Amendment 3 to AS 2118-1982 See DR 87215. Under Revision See DR 92183 - DR 92185 (in part). Under Revision See DR 93292 (in part). Under Revision See DR 95133 (in part). Under Revision See DR 95182 (in part) First published as part of AS CA16-1939 (endorsement of Seventh Edition of FOC Rules).Redated 1942.Second edition 1948 (endorsement of Eighth Edition of FOC Rules).Third edition 1962 (endorsement of Ninth Edition of FOC Rules).Fourth edition 1971 (based on Twenty ninth Edition of FOC Rules).Revised and redesignated in part as AS 2118-1978.Second edition 1982.Revised and redesignated in part as AS 2118.9-1995. First published as part of AS CA16-1939 (endorsement of Seventh Edition of FOC Rules). Redated 1942. Second edition 1948 (endorsement of Eighth Edition of FOC Rules). Third edition 1962 (endorsement of Ninth Edition of FOC Rules). Fourth edition 1971 (based on Twenty ninth Edition of FOC Rules). Revised and redesignated in part as AS 2118-1978. Second edition 1982. Revised and redesignated in part as AS 2118.9-1995.

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    AS 1670.1-1995 Fire detection, warning, control and intercom systems - System design, installation and commissioning - Fire
    AS/NZS 3084:2003 Telecommunications installations - Telecommunications pathways and spaces for commercial buildings (Reconfirmed 2013)
    AS 4326-1995 The storage and handling of oxidizing agents
    AS/NZS 2022:2003 Anhydrous ammonia - Storage and handling
    AS 1735.6(INT)-1996 Lifts, escalators and moving walks Moving walks
    AS 3500.1-1992 National Plumbing and Drainage Code - Water supply
    AS 3772-1990 Fire protection of cooking areas
    AS 4041-1992 Pressure piping
    AS 2293.1-2005 Emergency escape lighting and exit signs for buildings - System design, installation and operation
    AS 1735.5-1996 Lifts, escalators and moving walks - Escalators
    AS 2444-1995 Portable fire extinguishers and fire blankets - Selection and location
    AS 2714-1993 The storage and handling of hazardous chemical materials - Class 5.2 substances (organic peroxides)
    AS 2419.1-1994 Fire hydrant installations - System design, installation and commissioning
    AS 2118.1-2006 Automatic fire sprinkler systems General systems
    AS/NZS 2293.1:1995 Emergency evacuation lighting for buildings System design, installation and operation
    AS/NZS 3013:1995 Electrical installations - Classification of the fire and mechanical performance of wiring systems
    AS 2444-2001 Portable fire extinguishers and fire blankets - Selection and location (Reconfirmed 2021)
    AS 2665-2001 Smoke/heat venting systems - Design, installation and commissioning
    AS 2484.2-1991 Fire - Glossary of terms Fire protection and firefighting equipment
    AS 2419.3-1996 Fire hydrant installations - Fire brigade booster connections
    AS 4332-1995 The storage and handling of gases in cylinders
    AS/NZS 2293.1:1998 Emergency evacuation lighting for buildings System design, installation and operation
    HB 46-1993 Guide to residential fire safety
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