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AS 4204-1994 pdf free.Headstones and cemetery monuments.
AS 4204 specifies minimum structural design criteria, performance and renovation requirements for cemetery monuments and crematoria memorial gardens above and below the natural ground surface. The Standard also gives guidelines on installation practice and guidelines for war grave monuments. It does not set out to preclude artistic endeavour.
AS 4204 does not apply to pet cemeteries or to public monuments other than cemetery monuments.
I Appendix A deals with recommended installation practice.
2 Appendix B sets out guidelines for war grave monunients.
AS 4204 is intended for use by cemetery authorities. monumental masons and all personnel concerned with the installation, renovation and general requirements of cemetery monuments.
1.4 DEFINITIONS For the purpose of this Standard the definitions below apply.
NOTE: See also glossary of terms in Appendix C.
1.4.1 Ashlar—suh-kerb walling (see Figure 1.1).
1.4.2 Base—a support structure for a monument (see Figure 1.1).
1.4.3 Canopy—a roof-like covering on a monument.
1.4.4 Cemetery—an area set aside for interment.
1.4.5 Cemetery monument—an object erected in a cemetery or crematorium memorial garden in memory of a deceased person.
1.4.6 Characteristic strength—the value of the material, as assessed by standard test, which is exceeded by 95% of the material.
1.4.7 Cramp—a small bar with bent ends used to align and to prevent movement between adjacent elements of a monumental structure (see Figure 1. 1).
1.4.8 Crematorium memorial garden—an area set aside for the interment of cremated remains.
1.4.9 Dowel—A pin used to align and to prevent movement between adjacent elements of a monumental structure (see Figure I .1).
1.5 OPENING DIMENSIONS The recommended minimum clear width between the inside face of kerhs and footings for new monuments for an adult grave is 790 mm. The recommended minimum length for an adult grave is 2160 mm.
1.6 PLOT IDENTIFICATION Each monument shall be indelibly and legibly identified in accordance with the requirement of the cemetery authority.
2.1 GENERAL All structural materials used in a cemetery monument shall exhibit high atmospheric-corrosion-resistant properties and have a minimum predicted service life of fifty years.
I Most natural stone and some non-ferrous metals are considered suitable for this application.
2 Consideration should be given to foot traffic on monuments, for maintenance purposes.
3 Thermal stresses are generally the most severe stresses imposed on monuments. Allowance
should be made when fixing stone elements for the likely differential movements between the stone and the substrate.
2.2 CEMENT Cement shall be in accordance with AS 3972.
2.3.1 Natural stone The stone selected shall he sound, durable and of proven suitability, in accordance with Clause 2.1.AS 4204 pdf download.

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