Building Code of the Philippines(1)

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Unformatted text preview: be 1.0 meters. Ground interments shall be allowed only in designated graveyard areas of the cemetery and may be provided with suitable markers, headstones or memorials. 4.2 Vaults for tombs and mausoleums for above-ground interments shall be of solid reinforced concrete. Concrete hollow blocks or any unit masonry construction of ceramics, adobe or the like shall not be allowed for the construction of above-ground vaults; tombs or mausoleums. Mausoleums may be provided with ossuary along the interior walls. 4.3 Multi-level interment niches shall only be of solid reinforced concrete construction, of not less than 150 millimeters thickness in which case they may be allowed to abut walls of the cemetery, provided the walls are of solid reinforced concrete construction. Concrete hollow blocks, or any unit masonry construction of ceramics, adobe or the like shall not be allowed. 4.4 Before construction is started on any mausoleum, canopy over a tomb. or multi-level niches, a building permit shall be secured therefor from the Oofice of te Building Official. 4.5 Horizontal of columbaria shall be of reinforced concrete of at least 50 millimeters thickness. Vertical divisions may be of concrete hollow blocks of at least 100 millimeters thickness, in which case, cement mortar shall be applied evenly to present a non-porous surface. Minimum dimensions of individual cineraria shall be 300 mm by 300 mm by 460 mm. Cinerary remains shall be placed inside tightly sealed urns. RULE XIII - HANDLING AND STORAGE OF PHOTOGRAPHIC AND X-RAY FILMS In addition to the provisions of Section 1410 of the National Building Code (PD 1096) on the handling and storage of photographic and X-ray films, the following rules and regulations shall govern: 1. Definitions: - For purposes of this Rule, the following definitions shall apply: CELLULOSE ACETATE BASE - Safety photographic and X-ray film identified by the marking on the edge of the film, which shows plainly before and after developing. CELLULOSE NITRATE FILM - Film using cellulose nitrate (pyroxilim) as component chemical in its processing. CELLULOSE NITRATE OR PYSOXYLIN - A substance obtained by treating cellulose with nitric acid used in making explosives, lacquers, etc. PHOTOGRAPHIC FILM - Any film used in photography or motion picture. X-RAY FILM - Film used in X-ray machines. FILM LABORATORY - A room where processing of films and others related therewith are performed. FILM VAULT - A room specially designed for safekeeping and storage of films. ICC - Any container approved by International Commerce Commission for shipping any liquid, gaseous or solid material of a flammable, toxic or other hazardous nature. FIRE ASSEMBLY - The assembly of a fire door, fire window or fire damper, including all required hazardware, anchorage, frames and sills. SELF-CLOSING FIRE ASSEMBLY - A fire assembly which may remain in an open position and which will close automatically if subjected to either of the following conditions: 1. An increase in temperature 2...
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