Septic tank 4000 litres 8 persons max 1500 1500mm min from building or boundary

Septic tank 4000 litres 8 persons max 1500 1500mm min

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Septic tank 4000 litres - 8 persons max 1500 1500mm min from building or boundary 1500 2600 1604 1300 550 520 950 950 concrete mjn 400mm Recommended cover min 150mm thick 1600 408 45° 900 150 2150 All concrete blocks filled with concrete 100 and tie beam 4 dia 12x 2500mm every 2 rows both directions dia 12mm every 200mm Tie beam Outlet 100 inside waterproof liner dia 12mm every 200mm min slope 2% (1 in 50) Sewage inlet 900 1192 550 1657 50 400 8 dia 12mm 6 dia 10mm Cleanout 100mm Ventilation pipe 100mm 1300 1604 2295
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 42 Figure 4-22 Soak-away 1100 800 800 900 min 1000mm to boundary min 2500mm from face of building Top soil and vegetation Concrete slab Inlet Natural sand vein (porous layer) 25mm stone 50mm flat stone 2500mm minimum dia. 1400mm 1700 square min 100
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 43 Figure 4-23 Draining trench
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 44 4.3.8 Toilet, bath and shower spaces 4.3.8.1 Minimum separation The minimum physical separation between elements of toilet, bath and showers shall be in accordance with Figure 4-24. 4.3.8.2 Bathtub and shower surfaces Bathtub and shower floors and walls shall be finished with a smooth, hard and non-absorbent surface. Such wall surfaces shall extend to a height of not less than 1.80 m above the floor. min 50mm Clearance min 600mm Lavatories Shower Tub Tub Tub Water closet or bidet Wall min 375mm min 300mm Clearance in front of 900mm min min 900mm clearance mini. 600mm min 100mm opening 600mm min min 100mm min 100mm min 375mm Figure 4-24 Toilet, bath and shower space required (except handicapped)
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 45 4.3.9 Glazing 4.3.9.1 Identification Each pane of glazing installed in hazardous locations shall be provided with a manufacturer’s or installer’s label, designating the type and thickness of glass and the safety glazing standard with which it complies. The label shall be visible in the final installation and shall be acid etched, sandblasted, ceramic-fired, embossed mark, or shall be of a type, which once applied cannot be removed without being destroyed. Multi-pane assemblies having individual panes not exceeding 0.10 m 2 shall have at least one pane in the assembly labelled. 4.3.9.2 Louvred windows or jalousies Regular, float, wired or patterned glass in jalousies and louvred windows shall be no thinner than nominal 4.80 mm and no longer than 1.20 m. Exposed glass edges shall be smooth. Wired glass with wire exposed on longitudinal edges shall not be used in jalousies or louvred windows. 4.3.9.3 Human impact loads Individual glazed areas including glass mirrors in hazardous locations such as those indicated below, shall pass the test requirements of CPSC 16-CFR, Part 1201. The following shall be considered specific hazardous locations for the purposes of glazing: a) glazing in entrance doors and means of egress doors except jalousies; b) glazing in fixed and sliding panels of sliding (patio) door assemblies and panels in doors including walk-in closets; c) glazing in impact-resistant doors; d) glazing in all unframed swinging doors ; e) glazing in doors and enclosures for hot tubs, whirlpools, saunas, steam rooms, bathtubs and showers including glazi ng in any part of a building wall enclosing these compartments where the bottom exposed edge of the glazing is less than 1.50 m above any standing or walking surface;
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