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Supercourse 500 Damp-proof Course and Concealed Flashing

Abbreviation
Appraisal number 329
Amendment
1
Valid from
22/12/2016

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
BRANZ Appraisal
Format
PDF

Description

Supercourse 500 is a single layer black polyethylene, embossed on both faces to produce a small diamond pattern. It is for use as a general damp-proof course (DPC), and also as a concealed flashing for masonry veneer cladding.

Scope

Supercourse 500 has been appraised for use as a damp-proof course  for separating timber, wood-based products and metal from concrete, masonry or clay brick;  in accordance with NZS 3604.

Supercourse 500 has also been appraised for use as a damp-proof course and flashing in masonry veneer walls  in accordance with NZBC Acceptable Solution E2/AS1.

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Supercourse 500 Damp-proof Course and Concealed Flashing

Description

Supercourse 500 is a single layer black polyethylene, embossed on both faces to produce a small diamond pattern. It is for use as a general damp-proof course (DPC), and also as a concealed flashing for masonry veneer cladding.

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Supercourse 500 Damp-proof Course and Concealed Flashing
Description

Supercourse 500 is a single layer black polyethylene, embossed on both faces to produce a small diamond pattern. It is for use as a general damp-proof course (DPC), and also as a concealed flashing for masonry veneer cladding.

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Supercourse 500 Damp-proof Course and Concealed Flashing

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