Building Code of the Philippines(1)

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Unformatted text preview: g shall not be used for steam. 10.7 Piping carrying steam, hot water liquids shall not be embedded in concrete walls or floors and shall be properly insulated to prevent accidental scalding to persons and to minimize heat loss. 10.8 Color coding of piping shall be as follows: 10.8.1 Steam Division - - High Pressure Exhaust system 10.8.2 Water Division - - Buff Fresh water, low pressure - - Fresh water, high pressure - Salt water piping 10.8.3 Oil Division - - Delivery Discharge - - Blue Blue - Green - Brass or Bronze Yellow 10.8.4 Pneumatic Division - 10.8.5 Gas Division - All piping - Black 10.8.6 Fuel Oil Division - All piping - All piping - Black 10.8.7 Refrigerating Division- Pipes NOTE: White Black Fittings - - Gray Black All cases not specifically covered by this Rule shall be in accordance with the Philippine Mechanical Engineering Code. RULE XI - ACCESS STREETS/ROADS AND ALLEYS Pursuant to Section 704 of the National Building Code (P.D. 1096), no building shall be constructed unless it adjoins or has direct access to a public space, yard or street on at least one of its sides. All buildings shall face a public street, alley or a private road which has been duly approved by the proper authorities. Said access streets, alleys or roads shall have the following widths: 1. Interior or rear lots shall have an access road with a minimum width depending upon the number of buildings or units which it serves subject to approval of the local planning authority, provided, however, that said access street or road shall not be less than three meters (3.00M) in width. 2. Multiple Living Units on Same lot on which apartments, rowhouses or accessorias or a group of single-detached buildings are built shall be provided with an access road directly connection said buildings or units to a public street or alley following the schedule below: a) Up to six (6) units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00 M. wide b) Seven (7) up to fifteen (15) units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00 M. wide c) Sixteen (16) up to Twenty-five (25) units . . . . . . . . 3.00 M. wide d) Twenty-six (26) up to thirty -five (35) units . . . . . . . 3.00 M. wide e) More than thirty-five (35) units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00 M. wide Privately-owned access roads shall be duly registered and annotated in the lot title as such for as long as the said apartments, rowhouses, etc., exist. All kinds of subdivisions and residential condominiums shall comply with the rules and regulations on access roads promulgated by the National Housing Authority (NHA). RULE XII - CEMETERIES AND MEMORIAL PARKS Pursuant to Sections 102 and 103 of the National Building Code (PD 1096), for the protection of buyers or lessees of lots in cemeteries and memorial parks as well as the owners/operators of cemeteries or memorial parks, the following rules shall govern the establishment of cemeteries and memorial parks. 1. Definitions - For purposes of this Rule, the following definitions shall app...
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