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BUILD 124 June/July 2011 33 nZs 3604:2011 timber-framed buildings is one of the primary standards used in the new Zealand construction industry. Its
NZS 3604:2011 NZS 3604:2011 New Zealand Standard Timber-framed buildings Superseding NZS 3604:1999
BUILD 131 August/September 2012 29 DESIGN RIGHT BRACING USING NZS 3604:2011 – PART 1 Providing sufficient bracing capacity for wind and earthquake is an
TIMBER FRAMED BUILDINGS AND NZS 3604 Roger Shelton1, Graeme Beattie2 ABSTRACT: This paper briefly charts the history of the New Zealand Timber Framing Standard (NZS3604), gives
Standards New Zealand NZS 3604:2011 General overview of changes 16 February 2011 Page 2 of 11 available on the Department’s website. The Department of Building and Housing and Standards New Zealand have agreed to consider amendments to NZS
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NZS 3604 What is a Standard and how does it fit in with the building code? ! The building control framework comprises mandatory (Building Code) and non-
ROOF BRACING SPECIFICATION AS PER NZS 3604:2011 Covers roof bracing requirements to resist horizontal loads as set out in NZS 3604:2011 Section 10.
1. All GANG-NAIL, LUMBERLOK and BOWMAC product complies with Table 4.2 NZS 3604:2011. 2. LUMBERLOK and BOWMAC Stainless Steel product is 304 grade.
in the Manual to that used in NZS 3604:1999 Timber Framed Buildings, as it was designed to be read in conjunction with that Standard. The relevant
Type of board Minimum wall length (mm) Nail spacing (mm) Tiedowns (kN) BU/m wind BU/m e’quake 9mm Strandboard 600 150 6 100 115 9mm Triboard 600 150 6 105 125
Both these products comply with NZS 3604:1999 as a fixing method for timber piles to bearers to joists. The 12kN product pack is suitable for both Anchor and Brace pile situations whilst the 6kN pack is used with cantilever piles.
224.371_SD_systems_2012_p1-B ! TIMBER FRAMING TO NZS 3604 – BASIC TIPS Loaded Dimension: - The 3604 definition of this is a bit confusing. Here is my version:
NZS 3604: 1999), and – the solar collector faces in the same compass direction as the section of roof the solar collector is installed on. CoMMeNt: 1. The limitations described in Paragragh 1.1.1 are necessary, because roofs are likely to have limited
1. INTRODUCTION. Standards Australia and Standards New Zealand, AS/NZS 1170 Structural Loadings Standard (various parts). Standards New Zealand, NZS 3604:2011 Timber Framed Buildings.
• NZS 3604:1999 refers to slabs on grade in Section 7 of the Standard. • Section 4 of NZS 3604:1999 explains the various zones that comprise the exposure maps for New Zealand. • Most of the country’s population is based in Exposure Zone 1,
Standard, NZS 3604, Timber Framed Buildings, the AS 1684 series, Residential timber-framed construction, and the AS 1720 series, Timber structures. The 2006 edition of AS/NZS 1748 was applicable to timber produced using mechanical
prior to starting the revision of NZS 3604 indicated the bracing section was confusing and too open to interpretation. Most of the tables and figures have been revised. NOTE – The flow of section 5 has been changed to take a more logical step by step approach
It also briefly looks at the stance of NZS 3604 on the requirement of nogs and also the maximum stud heights allowed. NZS 3604 have taken into account typical combinations of vertical and horizontal loads on house framing.
In New Zealand, doors are rated according to the wind zones in NZS 3604 and are compatible with buildings designed using NZS 3604 or AS/NZS 1170.2. The terms ‘normative’ and ‘informative’ have been used in the Standard to define the
NZS 3604 Timber framed buildings sets out the construction requirements for light timber framed buildings in New Zealand which do not require specific structural engineering design.
Amd 1 Dec '00 NZS 3604:1999 5 BRACING DESIGN 5.1 General 5.11 Wind and earthquake forces exert horizontal forces on buildings. Bracing design involves the determination of both the extent of these
traditionally recognised framing practice as described in NZS 3604 Timber Framed Buildings and other installation information contained in this book. Wind Loading Except as noted below, the tables given in this book are suitable for applications in building
finish and heavy roof, in accordance with NZS 3604. Selection of Retaining Wall Boundary and Site Conditions By reference to the particular site conditions the type of wall to be used can be selected, refer to Figure 1, page 2, Type I or II. Note ...
timber buildings of NZS 3604:2011 Timber-framed buildings or any other related Standard. please refer to the Standards for full details. FiNiShEd Slab lEvElS NZS 3604:2011 Figure 7.11 gives the minimum finished floor levels above the outside surface finish
* NZS 3604, 1999: Timber Framed Buildings * NZS 4229,1999: Concrete Masonry Buildings not requiring specific engineering design. * NZS 4203, 1992: Code of Practice for General Structural and Design Loadings for Buildings. Materials
NZS 3604:2011 NZS 3604:2011 New Zealand Standard Timber-framed buildings Licensed to Mr Engineered Wood Products on 2 February 2012. 1 user personal user licence only.
For detailed information consult NZS 3604:2011. Wind Zone Many Building Consent Authorities have wind zone maps prepared to assist designers. Contact your local authority for further information. This information is a guide only.
Alternatives to radiata pine for house framing to NZS 3604:1993 Michael J Collins BE (Hons)* Abstract There is a steady demand for information on the use of species other than radiata
NZS 3604:2011 Timber Framed Buildings. All these listed standards require Materials and Workmanship to follow the provisions of NZS 4210:2001 Masonry construction: Materials and workmanship. The principal contents of Section 3 of the Masonry Manual relates ...
NZS 3604:1999 Stud numbers indicative only. Refer Table 8.5 NZS 3604:1999 M12 proprietary concrete fixing bolt with 50x50x3mm square washer or M12 x 150mm coach screw with 50x50x3mm square washer into timber joist/bearer 2 x 90mm x 3.15 dia. nails
GS1-N As per NZS 3604:2011. No specific additional fastening required As per NZS 3604:2011. Alternatively use 75 x 3.8mm shot-fired fasteners with 16mm washers, 150mm and 300mm from each end of the bracing element and at 600mm thereafter.
NZS 3604: 2011 Section 5 contains design procedures and a manual calculation method for calculating bracing demand. Refer to NZS 3604: 2011 Bracing Demand Tables 5.5 - 5.10 for 2 kPa floor loads and Tables 14.1 - 14.3 for 3 kPa floor loads.
7.3 Timber framing must comply with NZS 3604 or be to a specific design using NZS 3603 and AS/NZS 1170. Where specific design is required, the framing must be of at least equivalent stiffness to the framing provisions of NZS 3604.
ISSUE 26 JAN/FEB 2001 Editors Comments Plan Quality Word of the month: Columns never used to be straight (like the commonly used ‘stand a drain pipe
New Zealand Standard NZS 3604:2011 Timber framed buildings. Recent Changes There have been a number of significant changes and revisions to the Elephant Plasterboard Quickbrace Systems. • Consolidated Bracing Systems
NZS 3604:1999 except that the minimum ultimate bearing capacity shall be as stipulated in the Ribraft Manual; b) is not damp as defined in Clause 3.5 of Section 1 of the Ribraft Manual. Building Regulations New Zealand Building Code (NZBC)
The earthquake zones have been aligned with NZS 3604:2011 Timber-framed buildings, introducing four zones instead of three. Earthquake actions may now be calculated specifically for a site's subsoil classification.
NZS 3604:1999 Amendment 2 for No.1 framing Posts being inserted into soil must be treated to H5. Timber throughout the rest of the deck, other than piles, need to be treated to H3.2 if left unpainted or H3.1 if painted. Ensure all cut ends of timber are protected with a
NZS 3604 Code of practice for light timber frame buildings not requiring specific design BS 1142 Specification for fibre building boards WorkSafe Australia National Model Regulations ...
veneer will conform to the requirements of NZS 3604, NZS 4229 and NZS 4210. Concrete Masonry Buildings The general specification and requirements covered by this document, Design Note TB1, may be applied to structures that are designed to NZS 4229, where the
Specific engineering design for works outside the scope of NZS 3604:1999. The specific engineering design shall be incorporated into the architectural drawings and specifications and may be supported by a PS1 (Producer Statement Design). 53.
performance of windows to those zones specified in NZS 3604:2011 Timber-framed buildings . APPROVAL Amendment No. 1 was approved on XXXX 2014 by the Standards Council to be an amendment to NZS 4211:2008. REVISED TEXT Foreword (page 6)
and constructed in accordance with NZS 3604 and to the requirements of the Technical Literature. 7.3 External Triboard wall panel and wall batten requirements for various applications are selected directly from tables in the Technical Literature.
10 NZS 3604:1999 Section 3.1 / NZS 3604:2011 Section 3.1 Prod check around entire foundation at maximum 2m centers and all corners if soft ground is found, identify area of soft ground, note in comments field
NzS 3604 specifies requirements for fixing material to be used in relation to the exposure conditions and are summarised in Table 2. Table 2 exposure conditions and nail selection prescribed by NzS 3604 Nail material zone D* zone c outside sea spray
Pauloid Bituminous Roofing Underlay is suitable for use in Building Wind Zones of NZS 3604 up to, and including, ‘Extra High’. Thick lightweight and heavyweight claddings are typically more than 10mm thick and
NZS 3604 Cross section showing LIB, packing block and outrigger on top plate. Roof Span Cantilever Span Rafter Span Adjacent Span Blocking required at supports . 15 I-Beam Specifiers & Constructors Guide Issue 6-07/11 Maximum ...
Type to NZS 3604, section 4 Durability, and of the size and number for each particular types of joint as laid down in the nailing schedules of NZS 3604, sections 6 Foundations, 7 Floors, 8 Walls, 9 Posts, 10 Roof framing and 15 - 0.5 kPa or 1 kPa snow loading.