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    Graphical symbols for fire protection drawings (Reconfirmed 2018)

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  05-04-1996

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    CHAPTER 1 - SCOPE AND GENERAL 1.1 SCOPE 1.2 APPLICATION 1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS 1.4 TECHNICAL DRAWING CHAPTER 2 - BASIC ELEMENTS 2.1 GENERAL 2.2 FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT 2.3 FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS 2.4 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND FIRE SAFETY SYSTEMSCHAPTER 3 - BASIC ELEMENTS CHAPTER 4 - FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS - PIPING CHAPTER 5 - PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS CHAPTER 6 - FIRE HOSE REELS, FIRE HYDRANTS AND FIRE MAINSCHAPTER 7 - AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEMS CHAPTER 8 - AUTOMATIC FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEMSCHAPTER 9 - FIXED FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS CHAPTER 10 - FIRE EXITS AND EGRESS SYSTEMS APPENDIX A LIST OF REFERENCED DOCUMENTS

    Abstract - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    Specifies the graphical symbols for use in fire protection drawings, to eliminate the variations present in the field. It draws on ISO6790 and BS1635 to enable the user to understand international fire protection drawings.

    Scope - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    This Handbook sets out recommendations for graphical symbols for use for fire protection drawings. The symbols are intended for reproduction on drawings by hand, machine and computer-aided drafting techniques.

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    Committee B-000
    Document Type Handbook
    Product Note Reconfirmed 14/09/2018.
    This standard has been reconfirmed in Australia in 2018 and remains current in New Zealand. Reconfirmation Notice 14/09/2018
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Current
    Supersedes

    History - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    First published as HB20-1991.
    Second edtion 1996.
    Reconfirmed 2018. Originated as SAA HB20-1991. Second edition 1996.

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    AS 4214.2-1995 Gaseous fire extinguishing systems - Inergen (IG-541) total flooding systems
    AS 4214.3-1995 Gaseous fire extinguishing systems - Carbon dioxide systems
    AS 4214.4-1995 Gaseous fire extinguishing systems - FM-200 (HFC-227ea) Systems
    AS 1603.1-1997 Automatic fire detection and alarm systems Heat detectors (Reconfirmed 2016)
    AS 4214.1-1995 Gaseous fire extinguishing systems - General requirements
    AS 2118.1-1995 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - Standard
    AS 4214.5-1995 Gaseous fire extinguishing systems - NAF S-III (HCFC Blend A) Total flooding systems
    AS 1603.6-1987 Automatic fire detection and alarm systems - Fire alarm bells
    AS 1100.101-1992 Technical drawing General principles
    AS 2419.1-1994 Fire hydrant installations - System design, installation and commissioning
    AS 1221-1991 Fire hose reels
    AS 1603.5-1996 Automatic fire detection and alarm systems - Manual call points
    AS 3689.1-1989 Automatic fire extinguishing systems using halogenated hydrocarbons - Halon 1301 total flooding systems
    AS 2118.4-1995 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - Residential
    AS 1603.4-1987 Automatic fire detection and alarm systems - Control and indicating equipment
    AS 1603.2-1997 Automatic fire detection and alarm systems - Point type smoke detectors
    AS 2441-1988 Installation of fire hose reels
    AS 2118.2-1995 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - Wall wetting sprinklers (Drenchers)
    AS 2444-1995 Portable fire extinguishers and fire blankets - Selection and location
    AS 1841.1-1992 Portable fire extinguishers - General requirements
    AS 1841.4-1992 Portable fire extinguishers - Foam type
    AS 1841.6-1992 Portable fire extinguishers - Carbon dioxide type
    AS 1841.5-1992 Portable fire extinguishers - Powder type
    AS 2118.6-1995 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - Combined sprinkler and hydrant
    AS 2118.5-1995 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - Domestic
    AS 2118.3-1997 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - Deluge
    AS 1841.7-1992 Portable fire extinguishers - Vapourizing-liquid type
    AS 1101.5-1984 Graphical symbols for general engineering - Piping, ducting and mechanical services for buildings
    AS 3772-1990 Fire protection of cooking areas
    AS/NZS 1841.8:1997 Portable fire extinguishers Specific requirements for non-rechargeable type extinguishers
    AS 1841.3-1992 Portable fire extinguishers Wet chemical type
    AS 1100.301-1985 Technical drawing - Architectural drawing
    AS/NZS 3504:1995 Fire blankets
    AS 1841.2-1992 Portable fire extinguishers - Water type
    AS 1670-1986 Automatic fire detection and alarm systems - System design, installation, and commissioning

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    AS 2118.6-2012 Automatic fire sprinkler systems Combined sprinkler and hydrant systems in multistorey buildings
    AS 1100.301-2008 Technical drawing Architectural drawing (Reconfirmed 2018)
    AS 2419.1-2005 Fire hydrant installations System design, installation and commissioning
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