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AS 2688-1984 timber doors

Standard Number:  AS 2688-1984
Title:  timber doors
Language:  English
Status:  Obsolescen
International Classification for Standards (ICS)CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND BUILDING>>Elements of buildings>>Doors and windows
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:21P.;A4  

Preface:   
Description:Specifies basic general purpose timber doors within set height and width limits. It covers flush doors with cellular, intermediate rail, blockboard and particleboard cores, and joinery doors of ledged and braced, frame ledged, panelled and louvred types.  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 2688-1984 TIMBER DOORS
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1. SCOPE AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
1.1 SCOPE.
1.2 APPLICATION.
1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS.
1.4 DEFINITIONS.
1.4.1 Balanced construction
1.4.2 Crossband
1.4.3 Close-fitted
1.4.4 Flush door
1.4.5 Flush door with blockboard core
1.4.6 Framed and ledged door
1.4.7 Framed, ledged and braced door
1.4.8 Haunched tenons
1.4.9 Irregular grain
1.4.10 Joinery door
1.4.11 Ledged and braced door
1.4.12 Louvred door
1.4.13 Panel door
1.4.14 Ply
1.4.15 Show-through
1.4.16 Step joint
1.4.17 Twin tenon
1.4.18 Underlay
1.4.19 Width and depth
1.5 DIMENSIONS OF DOORS.
1.6 GEOMETRY OF DOORS.
1.6.1 Squareness.
1.6.2 Flatness.
1.7 STRENGTH OF DOORS.
1.7.1 Lateral stiffness.
1.7.2 Puncture resistance.
1.8 SHOW-THROUGH.
1.9 FINISH OF DOORS.
1.9.1 Surfaces.
1.9.2 Surface finish.
1.9.3 Edges.
1.10 MARKING.
SECTION 2. MATERIALS AND RELATED REQUIREMENTS
2.1 FRAMING TIMBER
2.1.1 Softwood framing timber.
2.1.2 Hardwood framing timber.
2.2 FACINGS AND PANELS.
2.2.1 Lining boards.
2.2.2 Hardboard.
2.2.3 Particleboard.
2.2.4 Plywood.
2.2.5 Glass.
2.3 CORE MATERIALS.
2.3.1 Blockboard.
2.3.2 Cellular core.
2.3.3 Intermediate rail core.
2.3.4 Particleboard core.
2.4 ADHESIVES.
2.5 MOISTURE CONTENT.
2.5.1 Timber components.
2.5.2 Door facings.
2.5.3 Cellular infill core.
2.5.4 Core strips.
2.6 BONDING.
2.6.1 Timber components.
2.6.2 Door facings and cellular infill cores.
2.7 IMMUNIZATION OF SUSCEPTIBLE SAPWOOD
SECTION 3. FLUSH DOORS WITH CELLULAR CORE
3.1 DIMENSIONS OF DOOR COMPONENTS.
3.1.1 Width of stiles and rails.
3.1.3 Lock blocks.
3.2 CONSTRUCTION.
3.2.1 General.
3.2.2 Framing.
3.2.3 Cellular core.
3.2.4 Door facings.
3.2.5 Bonding of facings to components.
3.3 EDGE COVER STRIP.
SECTION 4. FLUSH DOORS WITH INTERMEDIATE RAIL CORE
4.1 DIMENSIONS OF DOOR COMPONENTS.
4.1.1 Width of stiles and top and bottom rails.
4.1.2 Thickness and width of intermediate rails.
4.1.3 Lock blocks.
4.2 CONSTRUCTION.
4.2.1 General
4.2.2 Framing.
4.2.3 Intermediate rail core.
4.2.4 Door facings.
4.2.5 Bonding of facings to components.
4.3 EDGE COVER STRIP.
SECTION 5. FLUSH DOORS WITH BLOCKBOARD CORE
5.1 CONSTRUCTION.
5.1.1. General.
5.1.2 Core plate.
5.1.3 Assembly of core strips.
5.1.4 Assembly of blockboard.
5.1.5 Bonding between components.
5.2 EDGE COVER STRIP.
SECTION 6. FLUSH DOORS WITH PARTICLEBOARD CORE
6.1 DIMENSIONS OF DOOR COMPONENTS.
6.2 CONSTRUCTION.
6.2.1 General.
6.2.2 Framing.
6.2.3 Particleboard core.
6.2.4 Internal plies.
6.2.5 Face veneers.
6.2.6 Assembly of infill and door faces.
6.2.7 Bonding between components.
6.3 EDGE COVER STRIP.
SECTION 7. JOINERY DOORS-LEDGED AND BRACED
7.1 DIMENSIONS OF DOOR COMPONENTS.
7.1.1 Ledges.
7.1.2 Braces.
7.1.3 Sheeting.
7.2 CONSTRUCTION.
7.2.1 Ledges and braces.
7.2.2 Sheeting.
7.2.3 Priming.
SECTION 8. JOINERY DOORS-FRAMED AND LEDGED
8.1 DIMENSIONS OF DOOR COMPONENTS.
8.1.1 Stiles and top rail.
8.1.2 Bottom and intermediate rails.
8.1.3 Diagonal braces.
8.1.4 Sheeting.
8.2 CONSTRUCTION.
8.2.1 Framing.
8.2.2 Sheeting.
8.2.3 Glass panels.
8.2.4 Glazing beads.
8.2.5 Priming.
SECTION 9. JOINERY DOORS - PANELLED
9.1 DIMENSIONS OF DOOR COMPONENTS.
9.1.1 Bottom rails.
9.1.2 Top rails, intermediate rails and stiles.
9.1.3 Muntins.
9.2 CONSTRUCTION.
9.2.1 Framing.
9.2.2 Panels
9.2.3 Glazing beads.
9.2.4 Priming.
SECTION 10. JOINERY DOORS-LOUVRED
10.1 DIMENSIONS OF DOOR COMPONENTS
10.1.1 Stiles.
10.1.2 Top and intermediate rails.
10.1.3 Bottom rails.
10.1.4 Louvre blades.
10.1.5 Panels.
10.2 CONSTRUCTION.
10.2.1 Framing.
10.2.2 Priming.
APPENDIX A - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF FLATNESS OF DOORS
A1 SCOPE.
A2 DEFINITION.
A3 PRINCIPLE.
A4 APPARATUS.
A5 TEST SPECIMEN.
A6 PROCEDURE.
A7 REPORT.
APPENDIX B - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF LATERAL STIFFNESS OF DOORS
B1 SCOPE.
B2 PRINCIPLE.
B3 APPARATUS.
B4 TEST SPECIMEN.
B5 PROCEDURE.
B6 CALCULATION.
B7 REPORT.
APPENDIX C - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF PUNCTURE RESISTANCE OF DOORS
C1 SCOPE.
C2 PRINCIPLE.
C3 APPARATUS.
C4 TEST SPECIMEN.
C5 PROCEDURE.
C6 REPORT.
APPENDIX D - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CELLULAR CORE MATERI...
D1 SCOPE.
D2 PRINCIPLE.
D3 APPARATUS.
D4 TEST PIECES.
D5 PROCEDURE.
D6 REPORT.
APPENDIX E - INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED WITH ENQUIRIES AND ORDERS
  
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