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25-,50 mm, (1-2") min. 25-,50 mm, (1-2") min. Figure A Figure B CLEARANCES Install siding and trim products in compliance with local building code requirements for clearance between the bottom edge of the siding and the adjacent ﬁnished grade. Maintain a minimum 25-,50mm, (1-2") clearance between James Hardie® products and paths, steps and driveways.
Channelizing devices include cones, tubular markers, ,vertical, panels, drums, barricades, and barriers. ... Cone ,Spacing, in the Work Area (straight a way) ,shall, be a maximum of 40 feet (1 ... Facing Traffic 100 to 1 ,50 mm, (4 to 6 in) 200 to 300 ,mm, (8 to 12 in) 600 ,mm, (24 in) MIN. 900 ,mm, (36 in) MIN. 300 ,mm, 12 in MAX. Channelizing Devices
Maximum Support ,Spacing,. Minimum Size of Hanger Rod (,mm,) ... ,Vertical, stacks ,shall, be adequately supported at the base to stand the total weight of the riser. ... All appropriate ,safety, personal protective equipment ,shall, be worn by workmen such as ,Helmet,, cover all clothing, ,safety, shoes, goggles and gloves whenever required.
Australia/NZ ,Helmets, for riders over 4 years old: test line defined for size J headform as starting in front at a distance of 86 ,mm, above the basic plane, stepping down to 61 ,mm, at a point 36 ,mm, in front of the Central and ,Vertical, Axis, and then stepping down to 36 ,mm, above the basic plane at a point 65 ,mm, behind the Central and ,Vertical, Axis and continuing around the back of the head.
• HardiePanel ,vertical, siding may be installed on ,vertical, wall applications only. • DO NOT use HardiePanel ,vertical, siding in Fascia or Trim applications. • The designer and/or architect ,shall, take into consideration the coefﬁcient of thermal expansion and moisture movement of the …
- ,spacing, of 2.40 m for cable trays up to 120 ,mm, wide, - ,spacing, of 1.70 m for cable trays between 120 and 300 ,mm, wide, - ,spacing, of 1.,50, m for cable trays over 300 ,mm, wide. In ,vertical, runs, the ladders are secured using feet mounted on each side frame no more than 1.,50, m apart.
The certification labels required by this section ,shall, contain the following: (1) The statement ``Complies with U.S. CPSC ,Safety, Standard for Bicycle [[Page 11735]] ,Helmets, for Persons Age 5 and Older'' or ``Complies with U.S. CPSC ,Safety, Standard for Bicycle ,Helmets, for Persons Age 1 and Older (Extended Head Coverage)'', as appropriate; this label may spell out ``U.S. Consumer Product ,Safety, ...
1. Introduction 1.1 In general, work-above-ground means carrying out the work at less than 2 metres above the ground, which mostly involves general interior renovation and cleaning work; whereas work-at-height means carrying out the work at 2 metres or more above the ground, which is common in construction works, repair of external walls of buildings, and replacement
Vertical, cavity closers at centres not exceeding 1.5m within 6m of an internal or external corner A ,vertical, closer as close as possible to an external corner, normally within 300mm. The design guide says this compartmentation is in addition to the requirements of Building Regulations for cavity barriers to control the spread of fire and smoke.
6.2.2 Number, location and size of rising mains! Note to QPs on Clause 6.2.2 Under normal circumstances, a building below 10m in habitable height would not require rising mains. However, if such buildings have very large floor area or footprint, whereby its internal areas are outside the coverage of a fire hose length of 38m from the fire-fighting access panels, it is recommended that the ...