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    CODE OF PRACTICE FOR MASTIC ASPHALT ROOFING

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1998

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Committees responsible
    Foreword
    Code of practice
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Definitions
    4 Exchange of information and time schedule
    5 Materials
    6 Design considerations
    7 Site work
    8 Workmanship
    9 Protection
    10 Inspection, sampling and testing
    11 Maintenance and repair
    Annexes
    A (informative) Rigid thermal insulation boards
    B (informative) Characteristics of mastic asphalt
    Table
    1 Treatment for vertical and sloping surfaces to receive
        mastic asphalt
    Figures
    1 Timber roof deck with free standing kerb (cold roof)
    2 Timber roof deck with free standing kerb (warm roof)
    3 Metal roof deck with free standing kerb (warm roof)
    4 Concrete roof deck and skirting (cold roof)
    5 Concrete roof deck and skirting (warm roof)
    6 Concrete roof deck and skirting (inverted roof) with
        external insulant
    7 Access decks, drying and playing areas (cold roof)
    8 Waterproofing to roof garden (partly insulated)
    9 Waterproofing to roof garden (fully insulated)
    10 Private balconies with tiles (bitumen bedded)
    11 Private balconies and podia with tiles (cement mortar
        bedded)
    12 Timber upstand expansion joint (cold roof)
    13 Concrete upstand expansion joint (warm roof)
    14 Timber valley gutter and brick parapet
    15 Sleeved pipe passing through roof (warm roof)
    16 Apron and drip to concrete (optional water check)
    17 Apron and drip to timber (optional water check)
    18 Timber roof eaves gutter (warm roof)
    19 Concrete roof eaves gutter (warm roof)
    20 Clamping cone type outlet
    List of references

    Abstract - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    Supplies recommendations for using mastic asphalt in roofing for both flat and sloping roofs and describes a variety of applications, covering trafficked roofs eg roof top car parks.

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    Committee B/546/7
    Development Note Supersedes 95/105386 DC and BS CP144-4(1970) (10/2005) Reviewed and confirmed by BSI, July 2011. (06/2011)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Current
    Supersedes

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

    BS 6229:2003 FLAT ROOFS WITH CONTINUOUSLY SUPPORTED COVERINGS - CODE OF PRACTICE
    13/30274184 DC : 0 BS 5918 - SOLAR HEATING SYSTEMS FOR DOMESTIC HOT WATER - CODE OF PRACTICE
    14/30283603 DC : 0 BS 5385-3 - WALL AND FLOOR TILING - PART 3: DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF INTERNAL ANDEXTERNAL CERAMIC AND MOSAIC FLOOR TILING IN NORMAL CONDITIONS - CODE OF PRACTICE
    03/303957 DC : DRAFT APR 2003 BS 5385 - WALL AND FLOOR TILING - PART 3: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CERAMIC FLOOR TILES AND MOSAICS IN NORMAL CONDITIONS
    BS PD6686(2006) : 2006 GUIDANCE ON DIRECTIVES, REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS RELATED TO PREVENTION OF FIRE AND EXPLOSION IN THE PROCESS INDUSTRIES
    BS 8204-5(2004) : 2004 SCREEDS, BASES AND IN SITU FLOORINGS - PART 5: MASTIC ASPHALT UNDERLAYS AND WEARING SURFACES - CODE OF PRACTICE

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

    BS 3837-2(1990) : 1990 EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE BOARDS - PART 2: SPECIFICATION FOR EXTRUDED BOARDS
    BS 6566-4:1985 PLYWOOD - SPECIFICATION FOR TOLERANCES ON THE DIMENSIONS OF PLYWOOD PANELS
    BS 6566-5:1985 PLYWOOD - SPECIFICATION FOR MOISTURE CONTENT
    BS 3837-1:1986 EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE BOARDS - PART 1: SPECIFICATION FOR BOARDS MANUFACTURED FROM EXPANDABLE BEADS
    BS 6566-3:1985 PLYWOOD - SPECIFICATION FOR ACCEPTANCE LEVELS FOR POST MANUFACTURE BATCH TESTING INCLUDING SAMPLING
    BS 6566-6(1985) : 1985 PLYWOOD - SPECIFICATION FOR LIMITS OF DEFECTS FOR THE CLASSIFICATION OF PLYWOOD BY APPEARANCE
    BS CP3:CH5-2(1972) : AMD 7908 CODE OF BASIC DATA FOR THE DESIGN OF BUILDINGS - LOADING - WIND LOADS
    BS 6566-7(1985) : 1985 PLYWOOD - SPECIFICATION FOR CLASSIFICATION OF RESISTANCE TO FUNGAL DECAY AND WOOD BORER ATTACK
    BS 8215(1991) : 1991 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF DAMP-PROOF COURSES IN MASONRY CONSTRUCTION
    BS 6566-1:1985 PLYWOOD - SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PANELS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF PLIES INCLUDING MARKING
    BS 8217(1994) : 1994 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR BUILT UP FELT ROOFING
    BS 6229:1982 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR FLAT ROOFS WITH CONTINUOUSLY SUPPORTED COVERINGS
    BS 6566-2(1985) : 1985 PLYWOOD - GLOSSARY OF TERMS
    BS 6566-8:1985 PLYWOOD - SPECIFICATION FOR BOND PERFORMANCE OF VENEER PLYWOOD
    BS 6925(1988) : 1988 SPECIFICATION FOR MASTIC ASPHALT FOR BUILDING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING (LIMESTONE AGGREGATE)
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