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Document History

  1. AS 3990-1993


    Mechanical equipment - Steelwork

    • Most Recent
  2. AS 3990(INT)-1991


    Steelwork for engineering applications

    • Historical Version
  3. AS 1250-1981


    The use of steel in structures (known as the SAA Steel Structures Code)

    • Historical Version
  4. AS 1250-1975


    Use of steel in structures (known as the SAA steel structures code)

    • Historical Version
  5. AS CA1-1972


    Use of steel in structures (imperial units) (known as the SAA SteelStructures Code)

    • Historical Version
  6. AS 1250-1972


    Use of steel in structures (metric units) (known as the SAA steel structures code)

    • Historical Version
  7. AS CA1-1968


    Use of steel in structures

    • Historical Version
  8. INT 351-1952

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    Use of structural steel in buildings

    • Historical Version
  9. AS CA1-1939


    Australian standard rules for the design, fabrication and erection of structural steel in building. Known as the SAA code for structural steel in building

    • Historical Version
  10. AS CA1-1933


    Australian standard rules for the design, fabrication and erection of structural steel in building. Known as the SAA code for structural steel in building

    • Historical Version