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Allowance for movement must be made through the frame. Other steel components of equivalent junctions. Indicates NOT available in: Ensure insulation material is kept clear of fittings and that transformers are The services systems in this section have no Fire Resistance supported separately from the plasterboard lining. Send me Red Book updates. Some noises are particularly annoying to occupants. Perforations total 8.
Apply External Angle Bead to all corners and set mm max. Nail fix butt joints at mm max. FCO 75mm max. Edges at each stud Butt Nails at mm max. FIG C2: Fixing Specifications Stagger butt joints on Screws mm max. Field Adhesive Daubs at mm max. Stagger butt joints in Screws at mm max. Field 2 Nails 50mm apart at mm max. Nails at mm max.
Screws at mm max. Plasterboard to each side Butt Nails at of wall 2 Nails Joints mm max.
Single layer systems are fixed to the same specifications as detailed for CSR Bradford Insulation the 2nd layer. Stagger butt joints by mm one stud minimum Single layer systems are fixed to the max.
FIG C4: Nails at maximum vertical centres Openings. Nails at Openings. FIG C6: Noggings at mm Corners. Edges mm min. FIG C7: Studs at mm maximum Openings centres centres or Nails at mm max. Openings centres or Nails at mm max. CSR Bradford Insulation where applicable mm min. FIG C8: Fasteners 12mm min. FIG C Walls analysed in accordance with AS Stud Selection Tables Table D1 and D5 provide stud selection information suitable for Gyprock non fire rated and fire rated non loadbearing internal wall systems that are to be designed for a Uniform Distributed Load UDL of 0.
Table D2 provides stud selection information suitable for specialised fire rated non loadbearing wall systems that are required to be designed for a UDL of 0.
Noggings in accordance with Table D3. All loadings in accordance with AS Walls are not for external applications. Tabulated heights do not include axial loads except self weight or shelf loading. Systems in this section are suitable for a wide range of Structural Performance. Minimum performance the wall or by the stud framing. All stud heights and tracks comply with the requirements of the Earthquake Code AS These linings can eliminate the need for render.
Specific fixing details apply to each type of increase the fire rating of the masonry. These are typically clay and concrete All wall elements must be designed for the applied loads. The plasterboard lining on the studs the wall leaf load bearing. This should include fire sealing at the wall head and perimeters. Perimeter Sealing. Walls with of the stud. Vermiculite plaster has no capacity to accommodate building To attain the stated R w in systems that do not rely on movement and may not be suitable for use as a general plasterboard for the fire rating.
Concrete walls must be designed to AS Concrete Structures. The acoustic performance of wall systems may be affected Masonry Wall Elements by: This is to internal walls only. Systems that use only resilient mounts with furring Further information on the design of stud walls is given in channels to create a cavity. Maximum spans for Installation of the masonry element of the wall must be in Rondo furring channels are given in Table D4.
To achieve the required fire performance of a wall. These appropriate loads. The installation of services in these systems is loadbearing.
A qualified structural engineer must complete therefore has a separation of at least 12mm plus the depth the structural design of loadbearing wall systems. To achieve the specified sound screw fixed.
Its use is specified in some Area Acrylic Sealant. The acoustic performance of wall systems will not be reduced the system FRL is equal to the FRL of the masonry wall by: D2 and D5. For other be the tested performance of the masonry without render brands of studs. Rondo direct fixing wall junctions corners. Building Services Pty Ltd. Plasterboard method of fixing GYPROCK plasterboard systems to fixed direct to masonry may be adhesive daub fixed as masonry substrates.
Control Joints Control joints must be installed to allow for structural Masonry movement. Furring channels part within wet areas such as showers. Allowance for movement must be made through For systems in this section.
For detailed information on wall junctions. For masonry with any direct fixed lining or lining fixed to Installation furring channels: Except for fire grade plasterboard.
Brick and block substrates details. Control joints must be installed at all construction joints in the building. Steel Frame Wall Systems centres. The Level of Finish specified can have requirements for frame alignment. Masonry Wall Systems. Block or Concrete wall with Rw as stated. OR Rondo furring channel at mm maximum centres with Fix External Angle Bead and set all plasterboard lining as per table fixed to Rondo furring external angles channel.
Offset Butt Joints in consecutive layers by mm minimum Fasten at butt joints with laminating screws mm max. FIG D4: Caulk all perimeter mm gaps with CSR max. Adhesive daubs from sheet at mm max. FIG D6: FIG D7: The All floor. C sections. Guidance for the selection of Rondo construction loads where fixing of sheets is required from suspension and grid components is given in brochure above.
This means that no 0. These include: Ceiling linings may be fixed directly to primary timber or steel a Direct fixing to timber and steel joists or truss bottom framing.
Closer Introduction spacing may be required for some lining materials or for design loads greater than 0. Internal suspension components. For other elements. This is the requirement of the BCA in all cases they should be designed in accordance with where lightweight construction is used for compartmentation AS Other wind consideration of steel or timber framing design need be given pressures may be applicable.
Timber specific fire and acoustic requirements. A number of ceiling systems are available that offer industrial areas or coastal areas. Framing may be trusses.
The systems include framing shall be solid timber or engineered floor joist such as ratings for sound transmission. The maximum spacing of ceiling framing is mm. Wind loads on external ceilings can be similar to those on adjacent walls. Ceilings Rated from Above Structural Ceiling systems with plasterboard linings on top of joists are not trafficable or intended to be used for storage. Steel framing for direct fixing of linings shall have base metal Generally.
Some elements such as fire-isolated passageways are required to have an FRL when tested from For steel components in external environments. Pressures can be positive or negative and the lining. Design Ceilings in this manual are not trafficable. Vermiculite plaster has no capacity to Product performance is expressed as NRC. These members include. To attain the specified fire rating. In non-fire rated systems. Framing and Lining Alternative structural framing systems including steel.
In fire rated systems. Vermiculite plaster is not to be used as a general purpose These products may be used to influence the reverberation fire rated caulking. To protect structural beams that are entirely within the ceiling Acoustic Performance space. The stated or implied minimum cavity finish may be used.
If carpet is subsequently removed from surface finishes relate to acoustic performance only. Ceiling systems are generally shown in a horizontal orientation. The support framing.
Note that a lower value of Ln. Floors finished with carpet and underlay achieve better impact performance than those with hard surfaces such as System specifications for minimum cavity depths and floor floorboards and tiles. CSR Gyprock the underside of the floor or roof above. Sound impact performance is stated as Ln. Fricker and Celotex ceiling products have sound absorption qualities. Systems are available for beams that are not the inclusion of structural elements and bridging items.
Note that the effect of such penetrations will be lower attain the stated fire rating use CSR Gyprock Fire Mastic for ceilings lined with multiple layers of plasterboard.
Installations with joists of and RISF.
Alternative support framing members may be used where Values refer to expected laboratory performance. For effective control of sound in the flanking path of a floor Detailed fixing information is provided in brochures: For fire rated systems with single layer lining fixed direct to joists. Installation Components For detailed information on junctions with walls. For additional information. In multi-layer systems. The Level of Finish specified can be found in specific product manuals.
Gyprock Screw Ceiling systems with plasterboard linings must have control joints at 12m maximum spacing in both directions. Use a double layer system or furring channels where control joints are required.
Locations for joints should be chosen Resilient Mount to by the designer with regard to building shape. Additional information on the steel components can Guide. Please contact can have requirements for frame alignment. FIG E1: FIG E2: OR A steel sheet roof with minimum Bradford Anticon 55 insulation over battens.
Shiplap Mineral Fibre Square. Custom tile options. Solaton Nashiji High Acoustical 0. Solaton Nashiji Extra White 0. Sheet and mm min. FIG E3: Where permitted. Body Adhesive Daubs at mm max. Nail at mm Sheet For cornice finish. Ends at mm max. Joints centre line between for cornice finish between framing and adhesive fix mm max. Butt Joint on For set finish. Width mm 4 screws equally spaced mm 5 screws equally spaced mm 6 screws equally spaced mm Butt Joints Screw fix at mm max.
Butt Joint on member of Sheet member and screw fix at mm max. Adhesive mm 2 daubs Daubs mm 4 daubs mm 4 daubs Recessed Screw fix at each Temporary block Joints frame member For Levels of Finish 0 to Centreline Screw fix at each frame 3. Sheet For cornice finish. Butt Joints Screw fix at mm on framing max. For set finish. FIG E5: Butt Joint on member and screw fix at mm max.
Back-block mm max. Joints 50mm of centre line 3rd layer between framing and fix to previous layer with Laminating Screws at mm max. Framing at mm max. Laminating Screws at Butt Joints in 2nd layer may be on or mm max. Layers max. Butt joints required in fire rated layer may be on width sheet same member between framing are to be fully back ceiling systems refer blocked and fixed with laminating to Perimeter Framing screws. For framing at mm mm max. FIG E7: Body of Fix to upper framing at mm mm Sheet max.
Fully backblock and fix with laminating Screws at mm max. All Layers Fix lower framing through to upper framing at mm max.
OR Framing at mm max. FIG E9: Fix lower framing through to upper framing at mm max. Sheet Width mm 7 fasteners equally spaced mm 8 fasteners equally spaced Butt Framing at mm max. Ends centres mm mm max. FIG E Lagging of pipes or ducts is specified in some services systems. The acoustic transmission performance of the services waste and storm water pipes.
No additional sealing is required. Ensure insulation material is kept clear of fittings and that transformers are The services systems in this section have no Fire Resistance supported separately from the plasterboard lining.
The incorporate downlights. These services include water supply pipes.
They may be used in conjunction with fire rated wall and ceiling systems selected from elsewhere in this The installation of exhaust grilles and ducting may reduce the manual. Contact the panel manufacturer for suitable products. Fire Resistance Penetrations for downlights must be neat and tight to the fitting. The lights shall be evenly For services located within separating walls.
The building designer should contact the exhaust system manufacturer for performance details. In The BCA has deemed to satisfy performance requirements some systems.
FIG F1: In cavity systems. The requirements are this does not apply. Lagging must provide complete coverage for the full extent of the pipe or duct. Remove is only required for the outer layer. It should be noted that for all systems. FIG F2: For all other framing construction.
Additional information linings must be fixed directly to solid timber joists or studs of on the steel components can be obtained from the Rondo minimum dimension 70 x 35mm that are spaced at mm Building Services Pty Ltd. Tape with a quality aluminium tape. Framing shown in the system layout is indicative only. Refer to the plasterboard lining.
The glasswool side is to fixing. The designer should ensure that framing elements are suitable for CSR GFC recommends steel components manufactured the application. Lights weighing Except for fire grade plasterboard. For systems specified with timber framing.
FIG Z Rw 30 through ceiling. For ceiling. Introduction and is associated with one or more details. The rating assumes that the dividing Wall junction details in this section have been designed for wall that is being flanked has an equivalent or higher sound nominal internal pressures only. The flanking path values in this section are a guide to the maximum sound transmission values that would be achieved Structural Design in a laboratory test.
The details show an example of the construction required. Each flanking path system is represented by a typical layout. The components masonry walls to achieve the same results. Dividing Acoustic Performance walls shown as single studs may be substituted with other Flanking sounds reach adjoining areas by indirect paths. Where a flanking system has a rating higher than that suitable details.
Z Z Where wall runs Stud perpendicular to furring channel fix track to furring at each intersection FIG Z Do not rigidly Fix wall sheets at 10 to15mm below head Channel at mm max.
This method of NOTE: Junction may be clear Track section with track flanges Stud construction is not finished square. Do not rigidly centres max. Do not rigidly fix cornice to walls Deflection Head Track where friction joints are fastened at mm used Stud centres max. Stopping bead acoustic integrity or cornice finish as Fix Head Track to Furring required. Stopping bead or cornice finish as Flexible Mastic Stud required.
With mm width track. Stopping bead minimum depth Mastic Gyprock Fire or cornice finish as Mastic required. Do max. Metal track fixings at mm max. Junction may soffit maximum centres NOTE: Junction may be finished square. Wallboard max. Separately fix Continuously fill gap behind. In many applications. Maintains the FRL of the wall system in which it is installed.
Where acoustic integrity is required. Screw fix studs at mm max. These details are also suitable for non fire rated applications. Wall intersection details require engineers approval where seismic loads are expected. Stud frame wall system with min. For Rw greater than For Rw up to Where fire and acoustic rated switch boxes are specified. An acoustic performance of Rw52 was recorded in both cases.
CSR recommends that wherever electrical switch penetrations are made. The Test conducted with Fyreguard electrical effects of various combinations of framing arrangement.
A maximum of two fire rated switch boxes are permitted per wall face in any one stud For risers. When installed correctly. This reduces the labour intensive cutting and Maintains the FRL of the wall system in which it is installed. Where a higher density of downlights is required. These systems may incorporate standard downlights equally spaced over any 5m 2 area. As an alternative to fire and acoustic rated power boxes. Typical results are presented in Table 1. Typical flow rates for standard occurring up to Rw This reduces the labour intensive cutting and side of the wall.
TABLE 1: Standard power points by using the following measures: They have a small opening which in turn reduces the water flow. Plumbing Services Electrical Services When water supply services are installed within the Gyprock As an alternative to fire and acoustic rated power boxes.
The airborne noise that may leak into the caulking requirements of many other systems. Flow control shower heads are commonly available in 6.
Acoustic performance may be reduced. System insulation not required to as specified be fire rated FIG Z Sealant to suit. Taps or mixers arranged vertically. System Rondo support not required to System bracket 75mm Bradford insulation be fire rated Partition batts insulation min. Where non-fire rated switches are used with a baffle in fire rated walls. Baffle mm min. Wet Area Acrylic Sealant min. Taps will adversely affect Rw performance. For full specifications and installation details.
Damper and duct weight must NOT be supported by the wall. Promaseal Acrylic Mastic over 5mm min. Damper seal angles 75mm x 50mm x 1. MS rod fixed to slab and support angle mm max. It is designed to keep power cables away from combustible materials. Fire Mastic Recess the lower piece to accommodate the wiring. Nogging 50 x 50mm min.
The hole must be cut using a hole saw. The design incorporates a x mm aluminium volume damper located in the fir damper. This revolutionary cloud-based digital application provides access to the full content of the Red Book plus an in-built System Selector on any phone, tablet, laptop and desktop computer.
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