Building Regulations

BS EN 752-6:1998-Drain and sewer systems outside buildings. Pumping installations


Establishes the principles of wastewater pumping for gravity drain and sewer systems from entry as wastewater to discharge for treatment.

Published Date: 1998-09-15

Pages: 22

ISBN No: 0 580 30093 5

Status: Current

Supersedes Draft(s): 95/101289 DC

Cross References: EN 752-1, EN 752-2:1996, EN 752-3, EN 752-4:1997, EN 752-7, EN 1671, B 2500 (Austria), B 2501, B 2503, B 2504, B 5012:Part 1, B 5012:Part 2, B 5013:Part 1, B 5013:Part 2, B 5016, Austrian Water and Waste Management Association. Rules of Practice, Rule 5. Guidelines for the hydraulic calculation of sewerage pipelines, Rule 11. Guidelines for Technical calculation of foul water, stormwater and combined systems, Rule 14:Part A Guidelines for the prevention of accidents in sewer systems and in sewage treatment plants. Part A. Construction and equipment, 1983, Rule 18:Part B Guidelines for the prevention of accidents in sewer systems and in sewage treatment plants. Part B. Operation, 1987, Rule 19. Guidelines for the design of stormwater overflows in combined systems. 1987, Rule 21. Documentation of sewerage systems. 1989, Rule 22. Maintenance and renewal of sewerage systems, ZL.57.030/3-V-6/84 Technical guidelines for the construction,, extension and improvement of water supply and wastewater systems, financially supported by the Water Management Fund (Technical Guidelines of the Water Management Fund). Federal Ministry for Environment, Youth and Fa, DS 432 (Denmark), DS 475, Technical Directive for Urban Drain and Sewer Systems. (France), Chapter 1. General design data, Chapter 2. Calculation of rainwater flow rates, Chapter 3. Calculation of wastewater flow rates, Chapter 4. Dimensioning of pipe diameters, Chapter 5. Conditions for installation of systems, Chapter 6. Ancillary works, Chapter 7. Detention tanks for rainwater, General technical requirements for public contracts dealing with installation of wastewater systems., Chapter 1. General requirements, Chapter 2. Type and quality requirements for materials, Chapter 3. Design requirements including structural design, Chapter 4. Preliminary work, Chapter 5. Installation, Chapter 6. Commissioning requirements, Technical requirements for public contracts. Application for construction of pumping installation for rising mains of wastewater, E 44203 Design of pump intakes. Recommendations for installation of pumps, ATV Advisory leaflet M 101 (Germany), ATV Standard A 105, ATV Standard A 110, ATV Standard A 117, ATV Standard A 118, ATV Standard A 119, ATV Standard A 127, ATV Standard A 128, ATV-Standard A 134, ATV Standard A 138, ATV Standard A 139, ATV Standard A 140, ATV Standard A 142, ATV Advisory leaflet M 143:Part 1, ATV Advisory leaflet M 143:Part 2, ATV Advisory leaflet M143:Part 3, ATV Standard A 161, ATV Standard A 241, DIN 1986, DIN 4033, DIN 4045, DIN 19549, DIN 19550, Building Regulations 1991 (Ireland), NPR 3218 (Netherlands), NEN 3219, NEN 3220, NEN 3221, NEN 3300, NPR 3398, NEN 3399, NPR 7061, NP-676 (Portugal), NP-677, NP-881, NP-882, NP-883, NP-893, NP-894, Swedish Water and Waste Water Works Association, VAV, NKB Publication No. N48E Guidelines for Building Regulations for Water Supply and Drainage Systems, August 1983, VAV P47 (Sweden), VAV P64, AFS1984:19, AFS 1994:50, SN 533190 (Switzerland), SN 592000, SN 531205, VSA-Richtlinie. The Integrated Urban Drainage Master Plan, VSA-Richtlinie. Maintenance of Sewer Systems, BS 6100:Part 2:Section 2.7 (UK), BS 8000:Part 14, BS 8005:Part 1, BS 8005:Part 2, BS 8005:Part 3, BS 8005:Part 4, BS 8005:Part 5, BS 8301, The Building Regulations 1991. Drainage and Waste Disposal Approved Document H, The Building Standards (Scotland) Regulations 1990.Technical Standards. Part M. Drainage and Sanitation, The Building Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1990. Technical Booklet N., Drainage, Civil Engineering Specification for the Water Industry. Water Services Association, Sewers for Adoption. Water Services Association, Standard specification for water and sewerage schemes. Scottish Association of Directors of Water and Sewerage Services/Department of the Environment

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