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AS/NZS 3500.3.2-1998 National plumbing and drainage - Stormwater drainage - Acceptable solutions

Standard Number:  AS/NZS 3500.3.2-1998
Title:  National plumbing and drainage - Stormwater drainage - Acceptable solutions
Language:  English
Publication Date:  1998/6/5
Status:  AvailableW
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
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Number of Pages:164P.;A4  

Description:Specifies acceptable solutions for roof, surface and subsoil drainage systems, to the point(s) of connection to the external stormwater drainage network.  
Catalog:SECTION 1 - SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE AND APPLICATION
1.2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.3 DEFINITIONS
1.4 NOTATION
1.5 STORMWATER DRAINAGE INSTALLATION PLANS
1.6 IDENTIFICATION
1.7 PROTECTION OF WORKS
1.8 POSITION AND MANNER OF DISCHARGE
SECTION 2 - MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS
2.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
2.2 SELECTION AND USE
2.3 ROOF DRAINAGE SYSTEM
2.4 STORMWATER DRAINS (NON-PRESSURE)
2.5 RISING MAINS (PRESSURE)
2.6 SUBSOIL DRAINS
2.7 JOINTS
2.8 VALVES
2.9 CONCRETE AND MORTAR
2.10 EMBEDMENT MATERIAL
2.11 TRENCH FILL
2.12 MISCELLANEOUS
2.13 FILTERS FOR SUBSOIL DRAINS
2.14 RE-USE
SECTION 3 - ROOF DRAINAGE SYSTEMS - DESIGN
3.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
3.2 GENERAL METHOD
3.3 METEOROLOGICAL CRITERIA
3.4 CATCHMENT AREA
3.5 EAVES-GUTTER SYSTEMS
3.6 VALLEY GUTTERS
3.7 BOX GUTTER SYSTEMS
3.8 SOAKERS
SECTION 4 - ROOF DRAINAGE SYSTEMS - INSTALLATIONS
4.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
4.2 TRANSPORT, HANDLING AND STORAGE
4.3 THERMAL VARIATION
4.4 CORROSION
4.5 INSTALLATION AND TESTING
4.6 INSPECTION AND CLEANING
4.7 ALTERATIONS AND DISCONNECTION
4.8 EAVES GUTTERS
4.9 BOX GUTTERS
4.10 VALLEY GUTTERS
4.11 DOWNPIPES
4.12 OVERFLOW DEVICES OR MEASURES
4.13 JOINTS FOR METAL COMPONENTS
4.14 JOINTS FOR PVC COMPONENTS
4.15 JOINTS FOR OTHER COMPONENTS
4.16 SUPPORT SYSTEMS
SECTION 5 - SURFACE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS - DESIGN
5.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
5.2 DESIGN METHODS
5.3 LAYOUT
5.4 NOMINAL METHOD
5.5 GENERAL METHOD
SECTION 6 - SUBSOIL DRAINAGE SYSTEMS - DESIGN
6.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
6.2 PURPOSE
6.3 TYPES
6.4 LAYOUT
6.5 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
SECTION 7 - SURFACE AND SUBSOIL DRAINAGE SYSTEMS -
INSTALLATION
7.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
7.2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
7.3 SITE STORMWATER DRAINS
7.4 SUBSOIL DRAINS
SECTION 8 - SURFACE AND SUBSOIL DRAINAGE SYSTEMS -
ANCILLARIES
8.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
8.2 PAVED SURFACES
8.3 POINT(S) OF CONNECTION
8.4 REFLUX VALVES
8.5 INSPECTION OPENINGS
8.6 STORMWATER PITS, INLET PITS AND ARRESTERS
8.7 SURCHARGE OUTLETS
8.8 JUNCTIONS
8.9 JUMP-UPS
8.10 ANCHOR BLOCKS
8.11 ON-SITE STORMWATER DETENTION (OSD) SYSTEMS
SECTION 9 - PUMPED SYSTEMS
9.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
9.2 GENERAL
9.3 WET WELLS
9.4 PUMPS
9.5 RISING MAINS
9.6 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
SECTION 10 - TESTING
10.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
10.2 DOWNPIPES AND DRAINS WITHIN OR UNDER BUILDINGS
10.3 TEST CRITERIA
APPENDICES
A - REFERENCED AND RELATED DOCUMENTS
B - SITE MIXED CONCRETE FOR MINOR WORKS
C - STORMWATER DRAINAGE INSTALLATION PLANS
D - GUIDELINES FOR RAINFALL INTENSITIES
E - RAINFALL INTENSITIES FOR AUSTRALIA - FIVE MINUTES
DURATION
F - RAINFALL INTENSITIES FOR NEW ZEALAND - 10 MINUTES
DURATION
G - EXAMPLES OF ACCEPTABLE OVERFLOW MEASURES FOR EAVES
GUTTERS
H - GENERAL METHOD FOR DESIGN OF EAVES GUTTER SYSTEMS -
EXAMPLE
I - BOX GUTTER SYSTEMS GENERAL METHOD, DESIGN GRAPHS AND
ILLUSTRATIONS
J - BOX GUTTER SYSTEMS GENERAL METHOD, EXAMPLES
K - SURFACE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS - NOMINAL AND GENERAL METHODS,
EXAMPLES
L - EXAMPLE CALCULATION - PUMPED SYSTEM  
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