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Pro-Joist Saddle Flashing

Abbreviation
Appraisal number 531
Valid from
31/07/2015

Information provider
´╗┐BRANZ Limited
Information type
BRANZ Appraisal
Format
PDF

Description

The Pro-Joist Saddle Flashing is a moulded, one piece flashing for weatherproofing the junction where a timber joist cantilevers from inside the building structure to the outside. This situation will arise with cantilevered timber decks.

Scope

The Pro-Joist Saddle Flashing has been appraised for use as a saddle flashing for timber joists of cantilevered decks of buildings within the following scope:

  • the scope limitations of NZBC Acceptable Solution E2/AS1, Paragraph 1.1; and,
  • situated in NZS 3604 Wind Zones up to and including Extra High.
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Notes/comments

This Appraisal replaces BRANZ Appraisal No. 531 (2006).

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Pro-Joist Saddle Flashing

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Pro-Joist Saddle Flashing

Description

The Pro-Joist Saddle Flashing is a moulded, one piece flashing for weatherproofing the junction where a timber joist cantilevers from inside the building structure to the outside. This situation will arise with cantilevered timber decks.

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Pro-Joist Saddle Flashing
Description

The Pro-Joist Saddle Flashing is a moulded, one piece flashing for weatherproofing the junction where a timber joist cantilevers from inside the building structure to the outside. This situation will arise with cantilevered timber decks.

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Pro-Joist Saddle Flashing

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