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AS 2047-1999 pdf free.Windows In Buildings – Selection And Installation.
AS 2047 specifies requirements,materials, construction, installation and glazing for—
(a) windows;
(b) sliding glazed doors;
(c) adjustable louvres;
(d) shopfronts; and
(e) window walls with one-piece framing elements.
NOTE: Window walls do not include curtain walls using stacked or vertically spliced framing systems, manufactured from any material and installed in external walls of all classes of buildings.
Throughout this standard the term ‘window(s)’ means window of any type, including louvre(s) and sliding door(s).
I The window ratings, or classifications, differ from previous glass and window Standards due to the more accurate evaluation of the effect of wind conditions. They are based on either AS I I 70.2, or the specific wind loading code developed for housing, i.e. AS 4055.
2 See Appendix A for information on wind loads applicable to windows covered by this Standard.
3 See Appendix B ftr alternative means of demonstrating compliance with this Standard.
4 Prefabricated bay windows that incorporate sloped glass are classified as windows in external walls.
5 Refer to AS/NZS 4284 for performance specification of building facade. Conformance to the requirements in AS/NZS 4284 will be deemed to satisfy the requirements of this Standard. However, sliding window sashes or doors will require the operating force test in accordance with AS 4420.3.
1.2 APPLICATION This Standard will be referenced in the Building Code of Australia by way of RCA Amendment No. 5 to be published by 1 July 1999.
1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS The documents referred to in this Standard are listed in Appendix C.
1.4 DEFINITIONS For the purpose of this Standard, the definitions given in
AS\NZS 4491 and those below apply.
1.4.1 Curtain wall—a non-load-bearing window wall that is not a panel wail.
1.4.2 Door —a sliding sash of a size suitable for use as access through walls.
1.4.3 Fenestration —the arrangement of windows and other openings on the external wails of buildings, especially the facade.
1.4.4 Fin—a piece of glass positioned such as to provide lateral support.
1.4.5 Fixing—any item that is used to secure members of a window assembly to each other, to secure an item of hardware to a window member, or to secure a completed window assembly into the building structure.
1.4.6 Flashing —an impervious membrane installed in such a manner as to prevent ingress of water into the building.
1.4.7 Frame that part of a window assembly surrounding the sashes or fixed glazing. It is an assembly manufactured from timber, metal, glass, or other durable material or combinations of materials, such as glass fins and structural sealant forming part of the assembly of a glazed panel and supporting the full length of all the edges of the glass.
NOTE: Butt-jointed glass panels that are not in the same plane can satisfy the requirements for frames.
1.4.8 Glass—a hard, brittle, amorphous substance produced by fusion and usually consisting of mutually dissolved silica or silicates that also contain soda and lime. It may be transparent, translucent or opaque.
1.4.9 Glazing bar—a member that is added to a standard window construction to change the appearance of the window. It can be in the form in which the glass is glazed, clipped, or stuck onto either or both faces of the glass.
1.4.10 Glazing gasket—plastic or synthetic rubber members, used between the glass and the frame or the glass and the bead.
1.4.11 Hardware—equipment used in the opening, operating, closing, locking and stopping of sashes.
1.4.12 Head—the top horizontal framing member of a window assembly.
1.4.13 Jamb—a vertical side framing member.AS 2047 pdf download.

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