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BS 6206:1981 Specification for impact performance requirements for flat safety glass and safety plastics for use in buildings

BS 6206:1981

Specification for impact performance requirements for flat safety glass and safety plastics for use in buildings

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Standard number:BS 6206:1981
Pages:24
Released:1998-07-01
ISBN:0 580 12447 9
Status:Standard
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BS 6206:1981


This standard BS 6206:1981 Specification for impact performance requirements for flat safety glass and safety plastics for use in buildings is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 81.040.20 Glass in building
  • 83.140.01 Rubber and plastics products in general
  • 91.100.99 Other construction materials

This British Standard specifies performance requirements and a test method in respect of energy absorption (impact) for flat safety glass and safety plastics for use in buildings. These requirements are intended to reduce the risk of injuries caused by cutting and piercing in accidents where these materials are involved. Three classes of safety glass and safety plastics are defined.

This standard does not specify situations where safety glass and safety plastics should be used, nor does it specify requirements for their durability (see 0.4).


Performance requirements and test method in respect of energy absorption (impact) for flat safety glass and safety plastics which are intended to reduce the risk of cutting and piercing injuries from these materials. Specifies three classes. Does not include use of these materials or any requirements relating to durability.