AS 2118.1 PDF
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Major changes in the current draft include: A restructure of the document and content to make it easier to use and to improve its readability.
It provides a higher level of stability and outcome-based strategies that align with the three year amendment cycle for the NCC. However, did you know that everyone has an opportunity to review the content of an updated standard prior to its completion?
Standards currently being revised include: What’s been happening in WaterMark? Was this article helpful?
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AS 2118.1 – 2017
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More information is available from Standards Australia. Consensus-based standards have been a focus of the Technical Committees.
Adopting current developments in sprinkler technology with certainty as to what is a DTS installation. Improving ws with software in building compliance. Energy efficiency and the NCC.
Expect to see changes such as: Go To Content Search. Major changes in the current draft include:. This initiative ensures the priorities for industry are being addressed.
Inclusion of new technologies and industry best practices to enable competitive and cost-effective design and ad conservation. The introduction of a range of provisions for high rise buildings based on internationally applied standards. Information for designers and installers to prevent inadvertent under or over design of sprinkler systems.
The necessary content is now included as part of the standard, helping users to have all their information in one place. Removing references to third party standards. Standards Australia works closely with industry partners to bring technical standard documents in line with current practice.