Fire containment — Elements of building construction — Part 1: Ventilation ducts — Amendment 1
Endiguement du feu — Éléments de construction — Partie 1: Conduits de ventilation — Amendement 1
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Fire containment — Elements of
building construction —
Endiguement du feu — Éléments de construction —
Partie 1: Conduits de ventilation
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