14 4.3 Communication Good farmland walking trails, curbs, unded land, agreed pasture, farm and land not open to vehicle traffic All situations Rural Urban Minimum 350 mm 350 mm 350 mm Deep labourage As agreed 4.4 Gas Open fields and agricultural areas Rural areas – urban sites Service Diameter 63 mm / 2 2 bar or under all other tubes > 2 bar > 7 bar with 7 bars 16 bar > 16 bar min mm 1100 mm 1100 mm 1100 mm 1100 mm Deep labouring 1100 mm Paved walking trails and private roads Uncultivated land, pastures agreed to be permanent and land not open to vehicle traffic by agreement According to agreement 45 0 mm 600 mm 600 mm 1100 mm 1100 mm According to agreement 750 mm 750 mm 1100 mm 1100 mm 1100 mm 1100 mm 1100 mm 1100 mm Contact with the gas network manager before any installation or cavation Les work is being carried out 5. , technical or legal constraints, these recommendations may not be met. Examples: a) b) (c) Environmental Restrictions Environmental constraints For example.B. trees and planted surfaces NJUG Publication: volume 1: Volume 8: page 14 6 (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) These recommendations are based on a distance of two metres wide, which is the minimum width required to account for the entire spectrum of services. Due to the complexity of the layout and the size of the use and other devices, it is only possible to give instructions on their actual positioning. However, utilities and others should always strive to respect the recommended positioning of their device. In the case of innovative road designs such as home areas, the focus should be on early consultation with all stakeholders to ensure that procurement services are positioned to ensure safe access to maintenance and repair. In new development sites where objects of use are installed by the developer or by a third party, the policies for positioning and encoding the colours of the underground devices in this section should be respected. Derogations from these guidelines should only take place with the consent of the potential owner of the estate. Any variation in the depth of coverage should allow access to all consumer objects. More details can be found in the Volume 2 NJJ guidelines on the positioning of underground power equipment for new development sites. These guidelines include a recommended color encoding scheme that makes it easier to identify equipment inside the highway to create a safer work environment. In addition to formal reporting obligations, technical advice should also be obtained when work is carried out on, under or near: bridges, subways, cul-de-sacs, cellars, wells, trees and level crossings.
In these cases, the competent authority or the owner of the asset should be able to offer advice and assistance. 1. IDENTIFICATION 1.1 Pipe/channel identification and base bottoms recommended tables 1 and 2 give industry recommended and other underground equipment depths and color identification for channels, pipes and cables. NJUG Publication: Volume 1: Issue 8: Page 6 12 The position of the tubes and cables in Figure 1 is only used to illustrate. As far as services are concerned, there is reference to sectoral statutes. Note: Each supply sector may have its own heritage standard in terms of positioning and depth of equipment. 3. INSTALLING APPARATUS IN THE CARRIAGEWAY If the device is overloaded in the pavement/edge (z.B.