53 NA NA 285 R20 GW Wall Batts one cavity only NA NA 59 50 PWT901H 1x10mm

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53 NA NA 285 R2.0 GW Wall Batts (one cavity only) NA NA 59 50 PWT90.1H 1x10mm FIBEROCK 1x10mm FIBEROCK 245 R2.0 GW Wall Batts (both cavities) 64 52 NA NA 285 R2.0 GW Wall Batts (both cavities) NA NA 67 55 PWT90.1 I 1x10mm STANDARD 1x10mm FIBEROCK 285 R2.0 GW Wall Batts (both cavities) NA NA 64 51 PWT90.1J 1x10mm SOUNDSTOP 1x10mm FIBEROCK 245 R2.0 GW Wall Batts (both cavities) 64 52 NA NA 285 R2.0 GW Wall Batts (both cavities) NA NA 67 55 PWT90.1K 1x13mm SOUNDSTOP 1x10mm FIBEROCK 285 R2.0 GW Wall Batts (one cavity only) NA NA 61 52 PWT90.1L 1x6mm VILLABOARD 1x6mm VILLABOARD 275 R2.0 GW Wall Batts (both cavities) NA NA 66 53 PWT90.1M 1x10mm STANDARD 1x6mm VILLABOARD 280 R2.0 GW Wall Batts (both cavities) NA NA 63 50 PWT90.1AA 1x13mm SHEETROCK 1x13mm SHEETROCK 290 R2.0 GW Wall Batts (both cavities) NA NA 65 52 PWT90.1AB 1x13mm SHEETROCK 1x13mm WETSTOP 290 R2.0 GW Wall Batts (both cavities) NA NA 67 54 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION Side 1: - Non fire resistant lining (refer to table) - Timber framing - 20mm min gap between timber frame and fire barrier - Insulation (refer to table) Fire Barrier: - 1x25mm SHAFTLINER between 25mm H-studs @ 600mm ctrs + 1x16mm FIRESTOP ® direct laminated to SHAFTLINER Side 2: - Non fire resistant lining (refer to table) - Timber framing - 20mm min gap between timber frame and fire barrier - Insulation (refer to table) PWT90.1 FIRE RESISTANCE LEVEL LB 90/90/90 FROM BOTH SIDES FRL Basis: FCO-2713 * R2.0 GW Wall Batts – R2.0 Wall Batts 90mm glasswool insulation. Blue text indicates moisture resistant lining.
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9 Partiwall ® Set Out and Fixing Installation of the SHAFTLINER™ fire barrier requires the attachment of the Partiwall ® H-studs and end tracks to timber framing members using aluminium clips. Set out timber framing to allow for the required clearances on both sides of the SHAFTLINER fire barrier and later fixing of the Partiwall clips to wall plates and roof frame. After the timber framing on one side has been completed, the SHAFTLINER fire barrier is installed and attached to the completed frame with Partiwall aluminium clips. When framing on the other side is completed, the SHAFTLINER fire barrier is attached with Partiwall aluminium clips to that side. The sequence of construction should be planned to accommodate progressive erection of the SHAFTLINER fire barrier. Note: The base track of the SHAFTLINER fire barrier must be fixed with approved steel only anchors spaced at 600mm max centres. Plastic sleeved fasteners are not permitted. Protection from Weather To prevent damage from the weather, all materials must be suitably protected during construction. USG Boral recommends that exposure of the SHAFTLINER fire barrier to the elements should be minimised, and that it should be protected if exposure is likely to exceed one month or when periods of intense inclement weather, such as heavy rain or high winds, are expected. Allow SHAFTLINER panels to dry out before lining the occupancy areas.
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