Emergency door regulations
Abstract: For the development of a construction work it is necessary to know the different norms that must be taken into account. In 2015, the national Government compiled a large number of decrees to unify in a single standard the different aspects.
In May 2015, the national Government compiled a large number of decrees to unify in a single standard the different aspects of a sector of the economy, usually headed by a Ministry.
It has the advantage of having in a single document the norms of the sector, but its great extension makes it unmanageable because it contains more than 1200 articles, more than 800 pages and regulates too many laws.
This standard compiles decrees that regulate the aspects of urban planning and construction licenses for any project that includes buildings in the country and details other criteria. Some of the requirements to be considered are:
Responsibility clarification note: The observations contained in this document are of an informative nature and should be applied and/or evaluated by the builder or user only in case they are considered pertinent. Therefore, these observations do not commit Argos, its subsidiaries or its subordinates.
Municipal building regulations
There are things that must be taken into account for a house under construction. Whether to expand our house or to build a house from scratch. There are rules in the housing construction regulations that correspond to the municipality or locality where the work is to be carried out, and they must be respected. Failure to do so can mean one or more fines and even suspension of the house under construction, so it is important to observe them and seek advice or hire the services of a professional architect, an engineering firm or a real estate agent. Things that we overlook, such as the lowering of a door or the collection of rainwater, are some of the details that we overlook and that it is important to know so that we are not surprised by a notification for which we must pay a fine and, in addition, reform the project but, above all, put our heritage at risk.we invite you to know some of these points and to take note if you have in mind to build a house.
Building regulations for adjoining windows
Butane gas cylinders whose weight is greater than 3 kg and less than 15 kg, and whose function is to supply gas to the receiving installations in a home, must comply with the following safety requirements:
Complementary Technical Instruction ICG 10, located page 90 of the BOE RD 919/2006, corresponds to the regulations for installations of liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) for domestic use in caravans and motorhomes.
The following is a summary of the most important safety measures for the construction and installation of butane gas in recreational vehicles. Therefore, any portable appliance that incorporates its own gas supply is excluded.
3. Operation: the installation, materials and equipment must meet the requirements of resistance, pressure of 30 mbar, and tightness measured with a manometer manothermograph range 0 to 1 bar.
4. Gas cylinder storage: Full or empty cylinders must be secured, with the vehicle in motion or stopped. In addition, the supplying cylinder must not be close to the reserve cylinders and must have 2 grids of minimum 15 x 15 cm for proper ventilation.
Baja California Building Regulations
However, the evolution, both in technology and in the regulatory framework, makes it essential to update and review the requirements established in the aforementioned Regulation on fire protection installations. Specifically, it is worth mentioning Regulation (EU) No. 305/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of March 9, 2011, establishing harmonized conditions for the marketing of construction products. Likewise, Regulation (EC) No. 765/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 July 2008 establishes the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance relating to the marketing of products and repeals Regulation (EEC) No. 339/93.
This regulation is of a basic normative nature and includes provisions of a markedly technical nature, for which reason the law is not the ideal instrument for its establishment and its approval by royal decree is justified.
Royal Decree 1942/1993, of November 5, 1993, approving the Regulation on fire protection installations and the Order of the Ministry of Industry and Energy, of April 16, 1998, on the rules of procedure and development of the aforementioned Royal Decree, are hereby repealed.