FastWrap Synthetic Wall Underlay

Abbreviation
Appraisal number 615
Amendment
21/04/2021
Valid from
24/08/2017

Information provider
´╗┐BRANZ Limited
Information type
BRANZ Appraisal
Format
PDF

Description

FastWrap is a synthetic building underlay for use as a flexible wall underlay under wall claddings on timber and steel framed buildings. The product is manufactured from an ultraviolet (UV) light resistant non-woven, spun-bonded polypropylene and is coloured beige.

Scope

Flexible Wall Underlay

FastWrap has been appraised for use as a flexible wall underlay for timber and steel-framed buildings within the following scope:

  • the scope limitations of NZBC Acceptable Solution E2/AS1, Paragraph 1.1 for timber-framed buildings; or,
  • with direct fixed absorbent and non-absorbent wall claddings; or,
  • the scope limitations of NASH Building Envelope Solutions, Paragraph 1.1 for steel-framed buildings; and,
  • with direct fixed absorbent and non-absorbent wall claddings; or,
  • with absorbent and non-absorbent wall claddings installed over an 18 mm minimum drained cavity; or,
  • with masonry veneer in accordance with NZBC Acceptable Solution E2/AS1 for timber framed buildings or to NASH Building Envelope Solutions for steel-framed buildings; and,
  • situated in NZS 3604 Wind Zones up to, and including, Very High.

Use over Rigid Wall Underlay

FastWrap has been appraised for use as a flexible wall underlay over rigid wall underlays on timber and steel-framed buildings within the following scope:

  • the scope limitations of NZBC Acceptable Solution E2/AS1, Paragraph 1.1 for timber-framed buildings; or,
  • the scope limitations of NASH Building Envelope Solutions, Paragraph 1.1 for steel-framed buildings; and,
  • with absorbent and non-absorbent wall claddings installed over an 18 mm minimum drained cavity; or,
  • with masonry veneer in accordance with NZBC Acceptable Solution E2/AS1 for timber framed buildings or to NASH Building Envelope Solutions for steel-framed buildings; and,
  • situated in NZS 3604 Wind Zones up to, and including, Extra High.

Specific Design

FastWrap has also been appraised for use on buildings subject to specific weathertightness design. Building designers are responsible for the building design and for the incorporation of FastWrap into their design in accordance with the declared properties and the instructions of J&F Holdings NZ Ltd T/A Bayonet.

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Notes/comments

This Appraisal replaces BRANZ Appraisal No. 615 (2008).

This Appraisal has been amended 21 April 2021 to update the product name, Appraisal Holder and NZBC reference documents.

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This Appraisal replaces BRANZ Appraisal No. 615 (2008).

This Appraisal has been amended 21 April 2021 to update the product name, Appraisal Holder and NZBC reference documents.

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FastWrap Synthetic Wall Underlay

Description

FastWrap is a synthetic building underlay for use as a flexible wall underlay under wall claddings on timber and steel framed buildings. The product is manufactured from an ultraviolet (UV) light resistant non-woven, spun-bonded polypropylene and is coloured beige.

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FastWrap Synthetic Wall Underlay
Description

FastWrap is a synthetic building underlay for use as a flexible wall underlay under wall claddings on timber and steel framed buildings. The product is manufactured from an ultraviolet (UV) light resistant non-woven, spun-bonded polypropylene and is coloured beige.

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FastWrap Synthetic Wall Underlay

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