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Securing buildings against uplift - Build 175(2019)

Abbreviation
Securing buildings against uplift
Valid from
01/12/2019

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BRANZ Limited
Information type
BUILD article
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Website, PDF

Description

The correct fixings are needed at the various junctions of a timber-framed building structure to resist uplift in windy conditions. In this article summarises where to find them in NZS 3604:2011 and what is required.

Scope

This article includes the following chapters:

  • Solutions in NZS 3604:2011
  • What fixings are required where?
    • Roof framing to top plate fixing
    • Top plate to wall studs or lintels
    • Lintel fixing to resist uplift
    • Fixing trimming stud and bottom plate to concrete slab or floor framing
  • Proprietary fixings

 

 

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Description

The correct fixings are needed at the various junctions of a timber-framed building structure to resist uplift in windy conditions. In this article summarises where to find them in NZS 3604:2011 and what is required.

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Securing buildings against uplift - Build 175(2019)
Description

The correct fixings are needed at the various junctions of a timber-framed building structure to resist uplift in windy conditions. In this article summarises where to find them in NZS 3604:2011 and what is required.

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