Part H

  • Diagram 10 Bedding for pipes Part H2

  • Diagram 11 Protection for pipes laid in shallow depths (minimum sizes) Part H2

  • Diagram 12 Joints for concrete encased pipes(minimum sizes) Part H2

  • Diagram 7 Pipes Penetrating walls Part H2

  • Diagram 8 Pipe runs near buildings Part H2

  • Diagram 9 Discharge capacities of foul drains running 0.75 proportional depth Part H

  • Diagram 1 Direct connection of ground Floor WC to a drain Part H1

  • Diagram 2 Branch connection to stacks- crossflow prevention Part H

  • Diagram 3 Branch Connections Part H1

  • Diagram 4 Branch ventilation pipes part H1

  • Diagram 5 Stub stack Part H1

  • Diagram 6 Termination of ventilation stacks or ventilation part of discharge Part H1

  • Diagram 1 Drainage Field H2

  • Diagram 2 Drainage mound Part H2

  • Diagram 3 Typical horizontal flow reed bed treatment system Part H2

  • Diagram 4 Typical flow reed bed treatment system Part H2

  • Table 10 Limits of cover for thermoplastic (nominal ring stiffness SN4) pipes in any width of trench Part H1

  • Table 11 Minimum dimensions for access fittings and inspection chambers Part H1

  • Table 12 Minimum dimensions for manholes Part H1

  • Table 13 Maximum spacing for access points in metres Part H1

  • Table 14 Materials for access points Part H1

  • Table 5 Flow rates from dwellings Part H1

  • Table 5 Flow rates from dwellings Part H1

  • Table 6 Recommended minimum gradients for foul drains Part H1>

  • Table 7 Materials for below ground gravity drainage Part H1

  • Table 8 Limits of cover for class 120 clayware pipes in any width of trench Part H1

  • Table 9 Limits of cover for class M concrete pipes in any width of trench Part H1

  • Table 1 Minimum trap sizes and seal depths Part H1

  • Table 2 Common branch discharge pipes unventilated Part H1

  • Table 3 Minimum Diameters for discharge stacks Part H1

  • Table 4 Materials for sanitary pipework Part H1