AS/NZS 1576.1:1995 pdf free

03-28 comment

AS/NZS 1576.1:1995 pdf free.Scaffolding – Part1:General requirements.
AS/NZS 1576.1 sets out design and operational requirements for scaffolding, except trestle scaffolding, portable ladders intended to he used as working platforms and elevating working platforms.
1.3 DEFINITIONS For the purpose of this Standard, the definitions below apply.
1.3.1 Access platform—a platform that is only used or intended to be used to provide access for persons, or for persons and materials to or from places of work.
1.3.2 Baseplate—a plate to distribute the load from a load-bearing member to the supporting structure.
1.3.3 Bay—the space enclosed by four adjacent standards, or the equivalent space in a single pole scaffold.
1.3.4 Brace—a member fixed diagonally to two or more members of the scaffold to provide rigidity to the scaffold.
1.3.5 Castor—a swivelling wheel attached to the lower end of a standard for the purpose of supporting and moving a scaffold.
1.3.6 Catch platform—a platform attached to a scaffold to contain falling debris.
NOTE: A cantilcvcred catch platform is also called a fan.
1.3.7 Cradle—that portion of the assembly incorporating a suspended platform.
1.3.8 Guardrailing—a structural member to prevent persons from falling off any platform. walkway, stairway or landing.
1.3.9 Landing—a level area used to provide access to a stairway or ladder, or located at an intermediate level in a system of stairways or ladders.
1.3.10 Ledger—a horizontal structural member longitudinally spanning a scaffold.
1.3.11 Lift—the vertical distance from the supporting surface to the lowest ledger or level at which a platform can he constructed, or the vertical distance between adjacent ledgers or levels at which platforms can be constructed.
1.3.12 Loading bay—a platform on a scaffold for the storage of materials and equipment.
1.3.13 Platform—an elevated surface.
1.3.14 Platform bracket—a bracket attached to the scaffold to enable a platform to be placed between the scaftbld and the building or structure.
1.3.15 Putlog—a horizontal structural member spanning between ledgers or a ledger and an adjacent wall, and intended to support a platform.
1.3.16 Scaffold—a temporary structure, specifically erected to support access platforms or working platforms.AS/NZS 1576.1:pdf download.

Download It Now Download Here
AS NZS 60598.2.17:2019 AS pdf free download

AS NZS 60598.2.17:2019

AS NZS 60598.2.17:2019 pdf free.Luminaires Part 2.17: Particular requirements—Luminaires for stage lighting, television and film studios (outdoor and indoor). 17.7.2 The luminaires for certain types of high-intensity discharge lamp, where an explosion risk is declared by the lamp manufacturer, shall incorporate a device to prevent immediate access to the lamp after switching-off or shall be marked in accordance with the...
AS NZS 4859.1:2018 AS pdf free download

AS NZS 4859.1:2018

AS NZS 4859.1:2018 pdf free.Thermal insulation materials for buildings Part 1: General criteria and technical provisions. 2.1 GENERAL This Section provides performance criteria and technical provisions for materials to be used in the thermal insulation of buildings and building services. In addition to this Section the insulating material shall— (a) meet packaging and labelling requirements of Section 3; (b) where...
AS NZS 2442.2:2021 AS pdf free download

AS NZS 2442.2:2021

AS NZS 2442.2:2021 pdf free.Performance of household electrical appliances一Rotary clothes dryers Part 2: Energy efficiency labelling requirements. Section 2 Test requirements, calculations and algorithms for the energy rating label 2.1 General This Section sets out the test requirements, equations and procedures br calculating values of the comparative energy consumption (CEC), and star rating, which appear on an energy rating label....


Anonymous netizen Fill in information