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SR322 Weather grooves in weatherboard claddings (2015)

Abbreviation
SR322
Valid from
01/01/2015

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Author
M. Bassett and G. Overton
Information type
Study report
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PDF

Description

Capillary grooves (more commonly referred to as weather grooves) have been formed into the lap joints in timber weatherboards in New Zealand from the late 1970s to this day. They are rarely seen in fibre-cement and wood fibre composite claddings. This study set out to measure the improvement in weathertight performance that could be attributed to weather grooves in timber claddings.

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SR322 Weather grooves in weatherboard claddings (2015)

Description

Capillary grooves (more commonly referred to as weather grooves) have been formed into the lap joints in timber weatherboards in New Zealand from the late 1970s to this day. They are rarely seen in fibre-cement and wood fibre composite claddings. This study set out to measure the improvement in weathertight performance that could be attributed to weather grooves in timber claddings.

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SR322 Weather grooves in weatherboard claddings (2015)
Description

Capillary grooves (more commonly referred to as weather grooves) have been formed into the lap joints in timber weatherboards in New Zealand from the late 1970s to this day. They are rarely seen in fibre-cement and wood fibre composite claddings. This study set out to measure the improvement in weathertight performance that could be attributed to weather grooves in timber claddings.

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