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SR299 Rigid sheathing and airtightness in New Zealand (2013)

Abbreviation
SR299
Valid from
01/01/2013

Information provider
´╗┐BRANZ Limited
Author
G. E. Overton
Information type
Study report
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PDF

Description

This study measures the airtightness of six wall specimens with different configurations of underlay, including battened plywood sheathing. It is shown that walls with rigid sheathing are likely to be more airtight than current typical construction, where the interior lining acts as the main air barrier.

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SR299 Rigid sheathing and airtightness in New Zealand (2013)

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SR299 Rigid sheathing and airtightness in New Zealand (2013)

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This study measures the airtightness of six wall specimens with different configurations of underlay, including battened plywood sheathing. It is shown that walls with rigid sheathing are likely to be more airtight than current typical construction, where the interior lining acts as the main air barrier.

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SR299 Rigid sheathing and airtightness in New Zealand (2013)
Description

This study measures the airtightness of six wall specimens with different configurations of underlay, including battened plywood sheathing. It is shown that walls with rigid sheathing are likely to be more airtight than current typical construction, where the interior lining acts as the main air barrier.

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SR299 Rigid sheathing and airtightness in New Zealand (2013)

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