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SR208 Optimised wall-to-floor junctions in multi-storey, multi-residential light timber-framed buildings (2013)

Abbreviation
SR208
Valid from
01/01/2013

Information provider
´╗┐BRANZ Limited
Author
T. Walther and G. J. Beattie
Information type
Study report
Format
PDF

Description

This project has derived and verified by testing a selection of construction details for walls, floors and their joints in multi-storey timber-framed buildings that can be economically used to satisfy the New Zealand Building Code (NZBC) requirements for suppression of sound transmission, suppression of fire spread and provide the structural integrity. It presents details of construction that can be used to meet the performance requirements of clause G6 Airborne and impact sound.

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SR208 Optimised wall-to-floor junctions in multi-storey, multi-residential light timber-framed buildings (2013)

Description

This project has derived and verified by testing a selection of construction details for walls, floors and their joints in multi-storey timber-framed buildings that can be economically used to satisfy the New Zealand Building Code (NZBC) requirements for suppression of sound transmission, suppression of fire spread and provide the structural integrity. It presents details of construction that can be used to meet the performance requirements of clause G6 Airborne and impact sound.

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SR208 Optimised wall-to-floor junctions in multi-storey, multi-residential light timber-framed buildings (2013)
Description

This project has derived and verified by testing a selection of construction details for walls, floors and their joints in multi-storey timber-framed buildings that can be economically used to satisfy the New Zealand Building Code (NZBC) requirements for suppression of sound transmission, suppression of fire spread and provide the structural integrity. It presents details of construction that can be used to meet the performance requirements of clause G6 Airborne and impact sound.

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SR208 Optimised wall-to-floor junctions in multi-storey, multi-residential light timber-framed buildings (2013)

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