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Wet Area Linings Part 1 - Linings M. Martin Feb, 2005 Reviewed Feb, 2006 & 2007 M. Martin Feb, 2005 Reviewed Feb, 2006 & 2007
Types of lining materials Handout, CSR Fibrous Cement Sheet Wet area plasterboard Hardies ‘tilebacker’ newer product variation of FC sheet
Methods of cutting FC sheet Score & snap knife Hand guillotine Hand saw
Other Methods Hand Guillotine Hand saw
Circular Saw with dust extraction
Forming holes in FC sheet Larger holes Score around perimeter of opening Form large hole in centre Saw cut from hole to corners Support edges & snap away
OH&S Always ensure area is well ventilated Always wear appropriate PPE
Control joints Tiled areas, not more than 4.2m spacings. Non-tiled areas, not more than 7.2m spacings. Based on CSR product
Wall sheet fixing FIG 3. THERMAL BRIDGING ON STEEL FRAMING.
Tiled area fixings In tiled areas what must not be used ??? Copy answer in worksheets If using FC sheet in tiled areas, the use of stud adhesive is NOT acceptable
Wet Area Linings Part 3 – Flooring & Other Details M. Martin Feb, 2005 Reviewed Feb, 2006 & 2007 M. Martin Feb, 2005 Reviewed Feb, 2006 & 2007.
Breaking and Breaching. Tools Used Sledge hammers –Long and short handled Chisels Pinch point pry bar –“Crow bar” Hacksaw Handsaw Bolt cutter Flat head.
Power tools Session 4 Power drill Circular saw. Power drills Electric versus cordless.
Sawing – An Introduction
Dry lining by direct bond – overview
Unit 6: Building Technology in Construction Learning Outcome Understand the techniques used in the construction of superstructures for low-rise domestic.
Everything about drywall (lather)
FC 100% at $11.00 PUT, $.15 FC 10, 15 & 25% at 50 th, 70 th & 90 th %-tile FC 10, 15 & 25% at 50 th, 70 th & 90 th %-tile PLUS an $11.00 $.15.
Interior Wall and Ceiling Finish
Lather Lathers assemble and install the framework for gypsum materials in buildings. These materials include drywall and plaster.
Assembly 1 Calculate the amount of steel you will need by using CARD or a length of STRING to make a full scale model of your final solution. MEASURE and.
Carpentry and Joinery NVQ and Technical Certificate Level 2, 2nd Edition © Pearson Education Limited, Copying permitted for purchasing institution.
Wall Frames 2 M. S. Martin Feb Click mouse to bring in each point or item until complete.
Hip & Valley Roofs Note: Main pictures and text (although some re-written) is from the text book “Practical Australian Carpentry” Created by M. S. Martin.
Flat Roofs & Introduction to Gable Roofs Ref: M. S. Martin / March 2004 / Reviewed & Combined March 2007.
Step TaskPart No. to use Time, Minute s Tools to UseLink to Spec. Quality ControlSafety Notes 1Mark out the first and second circle (Part 1 and 2) and.
The electricians have first to mark the walls so they know where to cut tracks for the conduit and the joiner fits the stud walls so first fix plumbing.
NGfL CYMRU GCaD FLOOR COVERINGS.
Electrical plant. Traditional wall (Red hollow brick) Plasterboard wall Rapid installation flush mounting solution FINAL EFFECT Traditional wall (Red.
Topic C1 Superstructures - walls
Tools. Corded Power Drill These are used to drill larger holes or holes in more substantial materials. You would use this type of drill to drill metal.
Site practice notes.
Secure Resources – Gyproc Plasterboard Apply Plaster Materials to Internal Backgrounds.
PLASTERBOARDS Plasterboard is a rigid flat sheet material which comprises of a core of gypsum plaster with the surfaces covered by stout paper. This covering.
Problem 3.2. Step One Draw a 4 X 6 rectangle on grid paper and cut it out.
Learning Outcome Lesson Objective
Revision Quiz Click your mouse, read the question, click again to reveal the answer M. S. Martin October 2007.
CRC Basic Food Handling CANADIAN ROCKIES CAFÉ. CRC Overview Hand Washing Knife Safety Cleaning and Sanitizing Canadian Rockies - Joe Student.
Note: Main pictures and text (although some re-written) is from the text book “Practical Australian Carpentry” Created by M. S. Martin Oct / Reviewed.
Electrostatic FEA of the Ground Plane Features Bo Yu Sept. 14, 2015.
Shaping Materials Theory. Knowledge and Understanding.
Flat Roofs & Introduction to Gable Roofs
NGfL CYMRU GCaD FLOOR SCREEDING, PLASTERING AND RENDERING.
How to prepared the cross halving joint with basic hand tools
Gable Roof BCGCA3007B. Gable Roof Flush with no eaves Flush with raked eaves Boxed.
Making Here is the equipment you will most likely need to complete this unit of work. Although you may want to change these slightly e.g. you may want.
GCSE Graphic Products Health and Safety, Tools and Equipment Summer Examination 2011.
Homework: Use the information that you gathered this week to draw out your plan view working drawing, 1:1 scale. Use sheet 6. Hand in next week. Start.
Definitions & Terminology
How to Build a Divider Wall By Charysse Roberson.
Wet Area Linings Part 2 Flashing Details M. Martin Feb, 2005 Reviewed Feb, 2006 & 2007 M. Martin Feb, 2005 Reviewed Feb, 2006 & 2007.
Gingerbread House Construction Instructions graham crackers 2.Knife 3.Cutting board 4.Hot glue gun 5.Base for house (paper plate)
After the foundations have been completed the walls are set out and construction commences. wall structures.
Outcome 2 Requirements for installing sanitary appliances Unit 207: Sanitation.
Assignment By Ryan Shaw. Tools and Equipment Trowel- used for applying plaster Hawk- used for holding plaster whilst plastering Float- gives good.
Dave Fennell, Imperial Oil Resources Overview: This package has been developed to help you create awareness for managers, supervisors, employees and contractors.
Created by Michael Martin 13/9/04 – Reviewed June 2010.
How can I find the area and perimeter of a rectangle? MCC.4.MD.3.
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