reinforcing plasterboard wall in new zealand

BULLETIN 548 - Repairing plasterboard after an earthquake

Gypsum plasterboard linings are designed to provide most of the bracing in New Zealand houses constructed since 1978 (the date of the first issue of NZS 3604 Timber-framed buildings), although fibrous plaster continued to be used in the 1980s and 1990s and is still used in very small quantities today. In

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Solid Plaster Repairs - Allied Exteriors

Firstly, traditional solid plaster should be differentiated from new generation acrylic render and modified cementitious mesh reinforced plaster systems. These modern plaster systems have been specifically designed to address the problems with traditional solid plaster and stucco plaster.

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Elephant Plasterboard – Strength with Style

Celebrating Over 30 Years Of Innovation, Integrity & Expertise The Right Choice of Plasterboard We are a New Zealand company established in July 1988, that take pride in providing quality plasterboard & design solutions for the New Zealand building industry About Us Elephant Plasterboard Elephant Plasterboard (NZ) Limited distributes the Elephant Plasterboard brand through building…

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Renovating and Insulating Masonry Walls – EBOSS

Why strapping and lining masonry walls on the inside is not a good idea, not for renovation, not for new builds. SHARE In my previous article ‘ Adding Insulation and Wall Underlay to Existing Walls’ I referred only to timber-framed walls, but many renovations also include block walls; so what should be done in this case to improve thermal .

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Fibre-reinforced gypsum products . - Fibrous Plaster

This Code of Practice was prepared by New Zealand Fibrous Plaster Association and is derived from well-established industry practices and obsolete Standards including AS 2590—1983, Glass fibre reinforced gypsum plaster, AS 2185—1978, Fibrous plaster products, and NZS 4221:1972, Fibrous plaster sheet.

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New Zealand Concrete Masonry Manual

New Zealand Concrete Masonry Association Inc. New Zealand Concrete Masonry Manual 3.3 Wall Construction Introduction Sections 3.1 and 3.2 deal with the specifics of laying and the fixing of reinforcing steel. This section primarily looks at the grouting and general construction of the wall. Clean-out Openings

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Control joints in plaster claddings - BRANZ Build

wall framing. wall underlay 130 mm wide . rigid backing flashing reinforcing first and . second coats final plaster coat. rigid or non-rigid backing reinforced stucco. backing rod and sealant. wall framing cavity battens. wall underlay flashing (50 mm . cladding cover or 75 mm in EH wind zone) stucco reinforcing rigid backing. stucco horizontal .

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Wall cladding: original details | BRANZ Renovate

Konka board was a New Zealand invention, patented in 1915, that was used as a backing board for a stucco plaster finish. It was a lightweight, cement-based panel system using volcanic pumice as an aggregate with a backing of building paper. Panels were about 36” x 30” (900 x 760 mm) and 5/8” (15 mm) thick.

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