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Strandsarking Roof Sarking

Abbreviation
Appraisal number 891
Amendment
17 August 2018.
Valid from
18/06/2015

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
BRANZ Appraisal
Format
PDF

Description

Strandsarking is an engineered woodpanel sheet material for use as a roof sarking under asphaltic shingles and other similar types of roofing materials. It is treated to hazard class H3.1.

 

Scope

Strandsarking has been appraised for use on buildings within the following scope:

  • with timber roof framing designed in accordance with NZS 3604 or NZS 4229, or timber roof members subject to specific design; and
  • in NZS 3604 Wind Zones up to and including Extra High; and,
  • maximum eaves height of 10 m above the ground; and,
  • snow loads up to 1 kPa; and,
  • roof pitch of at least 9o; and,
  • with roof trusses or framing at maximum of 900 mm centres; and,
  • with roofing materials up to 150 kg/m2.

Strandsarking must be installed in accordance with the Technical Literature.

Strandsarking has not been appraised for the following situations:

  • as a diaphragm.
  • on flat roofs, decks, trafficable areas or roofs with a pitch of less than 10.
  • as a substrate for membrane roofs.
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Description

Strandsarking is an engineered woodpanel sheet material for use as a roof sarking under asphaltic shingles and other similar types of roofing materials. It is treated to hazard class H3.1.

 

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Strandsarking Roof Sarking
Description

Strandsarking is an engineered woodpanel sheet material for use as a roof sarking under asphaltic shingles and other similar types of roofing materials. It is treated to hazard class H3.1.

 

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