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1 JamesHardie ProductPresentation December 2013

2 Part A Part C Part D Part B Lightweight Construction What is it? What are the benefits? The Sustainability Of Our Products What are they made from? The impacts of using them over the life of a building The impact on people living in buildings made from them Product Portfolio Gallery Overview of James Hardie ® product range Overview of Scyon™ product range Overview of ARChitectural™ product range INDEX Introduction James Hardie Introduction

3 Part A Introduction

4 James Hardie – world leader and pioneer Established 125 years ago in Melbourne, in Globally today, James Hardie employ around 2,600 talented people. In fiscal year 2013, James Hardie generated net sales of US$1.3 billion, making us the world largest fibre cement manufacturer. We invested an average of US$27.3 million annually over the past 5 years in research and development - we understand that our investment is unique for the industry. Pioneer of : Cellulose fibre- cement in Australia in1983 Low-density, advanced cement-composite in Australia in 2006 – Scyon™

5 James Hardie - supporting ANZAC’s In Australia we: Are the 55* largest company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. Have a market capitalisation of $4.4*billion. Manufacture all our products** in Australia and New Zealand – supporting Australian jobs and the local economy. *As at 13 th April, 2013 ** Excluding accessories and Scyon™ Axent™ trim

6 James Hardie – longevity and peace of mind Our products have been tried, tested and trusted for many years,  By designers, tradies and consumers across the country.  In the harsh Australian environment. They have a core DNA of James Hardie® durability.

7 Lightweight Construction Part B

8 Lightweight building materials. Easy to incorporate into practical building systems that touch the earth lightly- lightweight construction. Our products

9 What is lightweight construction? External masonry Framing Sarking Plasterboard Traditional Masonry Construction Methods Clay masonry veneerCavity clay masonry External masonry Internal masonry Plasterboard or render Fibre cement cladding with timber frame Plasterboard Fibre cement cladding Framing Sarking Lightweight Construction It’s typically Based on an elevated floor supported by piers or stumps (but can also be a concrete slab on the ground). Incorporates lightweight cladding materials such as fibre cement, timber, foam and aluminium products. Uses a timber or steel frame. A variation on typical lightweight construction may also include a home that ‟ s built on a concrete slab that incorporates lightweight walls and a lightweight roof.

10 The benefits of lightweight construction Lower embodied energy compared to brick construction. 2 Minimal impact on the site. Permits airflow beneath the floor when installed with lightweight flooring. 4 Larger internal footprint. Greater design flexibility. Cost efficient – less trades Speed – less trades.

11 This is the energy consumed by all of the processes associated with the production of a product. It can be the equivalent of many years of operational energy. Generally lightweight construction uses less embodied energy than traditional construction methods. Lower embodied energy means less fossil fuel is burned. This reduces greenhouse gasses emitted into our environment, which is a big plus. 1. Lower embodied energy Did you know that a timber-framed and elevated floor can have up to ½ the embodied energy of a concrete slab?

12 It reduces the need for excavation, cut and fill. It helps retain trees and other vegetation. It limits the effect of storm-water flow through a site. 2. Minimal impact on the site

13 Helps reduce rising damp. Gives easy access to services. Increases visibility for pest inspection. 3. Permits airflow beneath the floor

14 It can generate a greater floor area within the house, because walls can be thinner than traditional construction methods. 4. Larger internal footprint Did you know that this can add up to 8 square metres on an average 12x15 metre single storey house?

15 5. Greater design flexibility The house can be designed to suit the levels of the block and has greater design flexibility in being able to have split levels. Did you know that this is a big advantage when the builder is working with a sloping site?

16 6. Cost efficient – less trades Using our products in lightweight construction: a)Can significantly reduce scaffolding costs and the need for structural beams, that are required for traditional double storey construction. b)Reduces the number of tradespeople involved to two – a carpenter and painter. Did you know that many builders strive to reduce their number of trades on site to help improve building efficiency?

17 7. Speed – less trades Using our products in lightweight construction makes the building process simpler and faster than traditional construction that needs bricklayers, cleaners, renderers and painters.

18 The Sustainability of our products Part C

19 1.Cellulous fibre. 2.Portland cement. 3.Ground sand*. 4.Additives as required for specific product properties. 5.Water. What are they made from? *Sand is a source of respirable silica. It ‟ s found in many common building products including concrete, bricks, grout and ceramic tiles. Some international authorities consider respirable silica to be a cause of cancer, and breathing excessive amounts can also cause a potentially fatal lung disease. We will be telling you about this and how to safely handle, cut and install our products in our module „Working with fibre cement ‟. In the meantime, you can find information about this at or by talking to your James Hardie Representative.

20 Embodied energy Our products are low in embodied energy relative to many other building materials like masonry and concrete. Embodied energy is the energy consumed by all of the process associated with the production of a product. It can be the equivalent of many years of operational energy. Generally lightweight construction uses less embodied energy than traditional construction methods. Lower embodied energy means less fossil fuel is burned. This reduces greenhouse gasses emitted into our environment, which is a big plus. Did you know: A timber framed / brick veneer wall has about 2½ times the embodied energy of a time framed / fibre cement weatherboard wall? A double brick wall has almost 4 times more embodied energy?

21 Our products are very durable and low maintenance which helps create building low in lifetime energy consumption. When installed and maintained correctly and to the extent set out in James Hardie ‟ s published literature current at the time of installation they: Are resistant to: Resist shrinking, swelling and cracking to hold paint longer than wood. The impact of using our products over the life of a building

22 1.Used in the right design they can be used to create energy efficient and thermally comfortable buildings in any Australian climate. 2.Our products are low in volatile organic compounds (VOCs). ►VOC ‟ s are toxic gases, sometimes called emissions or odours and come from numerous household products. They escape into the air and contribute to air pollution outdoors and inside our homes. The impact of using our products over the life of a building Did you know: The energy efficiency of a house is measured in numbers of stars, except in NSW which is rated by BASIX? As of May 2010, all new homes in QLD and the ACT need to have a 6 star rating? Did you know: That the CSIRO estimates that occupants of new homes may be exposed to many times the maximum allowable limits of some indoor air pollutants like VOCs? They can cause eye, nose and throat irritation, headache, nausea, dizziness, asthma and skin problems?

23 Product Portfolio Gallery Part D

24 James Hardie ® continually applies construction and materials science knowledge to the development of materials and products to deliver good looking, sustainable, cost effective and construction- easy design and building options. We have three product portfolios: James Hardie ® product range. Scyon™ product range. ARChitectural™ product range. Our product portfolios

25 External Cladding Range Internal Lining Range 12 Versilux® Primeline® 4 weatherboard 5 HardiePlank® weatherboard HardieFlex™ sheet 1212 HardieTex™ system EasyLap™ panel 3 PanelClad® sheet 6 HardieGroove™ 11 lining Villaboard® 10 lining 13 lining lining PineRidge® Commercial Facade 7 ExoTec® facade panel & fixing system 8 ComTex® facade panel & fixing system EavesEaves HardieFlex™ sheet 9 James Hardie ® product range For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

26 Decorative Products 20 Lattice 21 Columns HardieScreen®Artista® For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au HardieSmart™ Components HardieBreak™ 14 thermal strip Flooring HardiePanel™ 15 compressed sheet James Hardie™ 16 ceramic tile underlay James Hardie™ 17 vinyl and cork underlay HardieBrace™ 18 sheet Bracing HardieFence™ EasyLock® 19 system Fencing – WA only James Hardie ® product range

27 External cladding. A smooth flat sheet that is painted on-site to create a flat panel look. Square edges and a range of accessories enable fast installation. Can also be used as bracing. 1. HardieFlex™ sheet Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

28 External cladding. A strong, pre-primed base sheet that is finished on site with a specialist texture coat system, which includes joint reinforcement. It can significantly reduce the cost of scaffolding and structural beams compared to rendered masonry. Sheets can also be used as bracing. 2. HardieTex™ system Made in Australia Did you know that the lightweight HardieTex™ system is about 80% the cost of rendered face brick? Want to know more? Read the full article on page 8 of The Smarter Construction Book. For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

29 External cladding. A strong base sheet with a shiplap vertical joint - eliminates the need for a vertical set and control joint Finished on site with a roller- applied textured paint finish - eliminates the need for specialised applicators. Large sheets sizes with off-the- shelf corner finishing details give fast and cost effective broadwall coverage. 3. EasyLap™ panel Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

30 External cladding. 4 profiles – Summit, Newport, Heritage, Chamfer. Pre-primed for fast paint application. HardieLock™ fixing system (Summit and Newport) enables off-stud joining conceal fixing. Double board width (Chamfer and Heritage) enables fast wall coverage. 4. Primeline ® weatherboard Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

31 External cladding. 4 profiles – Woodgrain, Smooth, Old Style, Rusticated. Can also be used as bracing. 5. HardiePlank™ weatherboard Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

32 External cladding. A pre-textured sheet in two modern styles – Stucco and TextureLine, used externally for feature walls or gable ends. Fast installation – Its square edges and wide range of accessories enable it to go up fast. Sheets can also be used as bracing. 6. PanelClad ® sheet Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

33 External commercial facade system – expressed joint. A fully sealed, compressed facade panel installed with a proprietary fixing system. 9/12mm thick. 10 panel sizes – sealed on all six sides for durability and stability. Site-painted or pre-finished off-site. 7. ExoTec ® facade panel and fixing system Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

34 External commercial facade system – monolithic look. A pre-primed panel that ‟ s site-finished with a high-build acrylic texture system that incorporates both reinforced jointing and texture coating*. 9mm thick in 2 sizes. * To be applied in accordance with the texture coat manufacturer ‟ s guidelines. 8. ComTex ® facade panel and fixing system Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

35 Eaves lining. A smooth flat sheet that is produced in widths specifically made for eaves. Painted on-site to create a flat panel look. Square edges and a range of accessories enable fast and affordable installation. 9. HardieFlex™ sheet in eaves lining sizes Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

36 Internal lining. A flat sheet with long edges recessed for flush jointing using James Hardie™ Base and Top Coat. Sanded smooth. Can be painted, wall papered or tiled. Wet, dry and areas high traffic areas. Greater tile adhesion than plasterboard. Can also be used as internal bracing. Superior* resistance to moisture damage in the event that it gets wet. * compared to plasterboard and other non fibre cement linings 10. Villaboard ® lining Made in Australia Villaboard® lining is still the best… Get the full report jameshardie.com.au For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

37 Internal lining. A flat sheet that has vertical V- shaped grooves carved into its face. Sheet edges are finished with a half groove to conceal butt jointing and make it fast and easy to install. Can be used as an internal wall lining and on eaves and soffits. 11. HardieGroove™ lining Made in New Zealand For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

38 Internal lining. A pre-sanded and pre-sealed sheet with square edges for butt joints. Can be used as an internal wall and ceiling lining in laundries, kitchens and high traffic areas – because it has greater resistance to impact than standard plasterboard. Can also be used in exposed beam ceilings and soffits. Can also be used as internal bracing. Its square edges with a wide range of accessories make it easy and fast to install. 12. Versilux ® lining Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

39 Internal lining. A timber-textured, site-painted sheet lining. Can be used as an internal wall lining in living areas, hallways, garages and workshops. Joined off-stud, which minimises wastage. Its large sheet sizes, square edges and a wide range of accessories make it easy and fast to install. Can also be used as internal bracing. 13. PineRidge ® lining Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

40 HardieSmart™ Component. Specifically designed for use behind our external cladding on steel frames to reduce thermal bridging Excellent compression resistance and great strength. Enhances thermal performance, boosts wall performance, and helps reduce façade waviness. Non-absorbent, mould and termite resistant. 43mm wide x 2,750mm long to suit common wall frame sizes. Self adhesive backing tape for fast and easy installation and cuts easily with a Stanley knife. 14. HardieBreak™ thermal strip Made in South Korea For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

41 Structural flooring substrate. For ceramic tile finishes over timber or lightweight steel floor joists. Suitable for internal wet-area floors or as an external substrate for tiled balconies, verandas and decks. A durable, moisture damage resistant alternative to particle board and plywood, and a lightweight alternative to concrete. 15. HardiePanel™ compressed sheet Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

42 Underlay. For wet or dry areas, on top of internal timber, particleboard and plywood substrates, and under ceramic tiles. Helps to protect against movement that can cause tile cracking. Large sheets with a pre-marked nailing pattern for fast and easy installation – suitable for underlay nail guns. Pre-sealed to improve moisture resistance. 16. James Hardie™ ceramic tile underlay Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

43 Underlay. Can be used on top of internal timber, particleboard and plywood substrates, and under vinyl or cork. Large sheets come with a pre-marked nailing pattern to make installation easy and fast. Suitable for underlay nail guns – making installation fast. 17. James Hardie™ vinyl and cork underlay Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

44 Bracing. 5mm thick to provide structural* bracing against lateral forces. Use under wall cladding in residential and medium-density homes. Suitable for timber or light gauge steel frames. Large sheets with pre-marked nailing pattern for fast installation. * Exposure to the elements should not be longer than three months. 18. HardieBrace™ sheet Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

45 Fencing - available in WA only. A site painted, postless system 7mm thick interlocking HardieFence™ sheets installed with a metal top cap. Suitable for sandy soil on either flat or sloping sites. Fast installation - no need to dig post holes and wait for concrete footings to cure. 19. HardieFence™ EasyLock ® system Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

46 A decorative screen with either a square or diamond lattice pattern. Great for gazebos, verandas, fences or screens. Extremely durable compared to timber. There are no fasteners which can rust over time. 20. HardieScreen™ lattice Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

47 A hollow column with a smooth surface. Classic or tapered profile available in a range of sizes. Various capitals and bases available. 21. Artista ® column Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: hardie.com.au

48 The brainchild of James Hardie ‟ s research and development team, Scyon™ :  Was pioneered by James Hardie over 8 years ago.  Was the FIRST advanced, lightweight cement composite building material with heavy duty performance.  It ‟ s fundamentally different from James Hardie® original fibre cement, and even today, remains unique to the industry. What is Scyon™?

49 The science behind Scyon™ James Hardie ® DNA of DURABILITY PLUS ENHANCED lightweight and low density properties. Providing improved WORKABILITY. Scyon™ :  Uses CLD™ – Ceramic Low Density micro-particle technology - combined with a specially modified manufacturing process technology.  Retains all the heavy-duty DNA of James Hardie® fibre cement with the added benefit of being low-density and lighter in weight.  Is thick and solid, yet easy to cut, gun-nail, handle and install.

50 Linea™ 1 weatherboard 6 Secura ™ exterior flooring 3 cladding Stria ™ 4 cladding Axon ™ Secura ™ interior 5 flooring 2 cladding Matrix ™ Scyon™ product range External Cladding Flooring For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings:

51 1. Scyon™ Linea™ weatherboard External cladding. It ‟ s the weatherboard that doesn ‟ t weather like traditional weatherboard. 16mm thick with deep shadow lines. Two widths 150/180mm. Easy to install back bevelled boards to sit flush with the stud. Pre-primed for fast paint application. A range of corner accessories. Concealed fixing. Joined off stud. Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings:

52 2. Scyon™ Matrix™ cladding External cladding. A flat, smooth panel installed to create a geometric, expressed joint look. 4 panel sizes – sealed on all six sides for durability and stability. Simple to install with Scyon™ cavity trim battens – no steel top hats required. Pre-primed sheets for fast paint application. Brad nailing minimises visual interruption (for wind classifications up to N3). Made in Australia and New Zealand For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings:

53 3. Scyon™ Stria™ cladding External cladding. Fast way to achieve a timeless and classic look. Three profiles ranging from 14 to 16mm thick, each features a horizontal ship- lapped joint. Pre-primed for fast paint application. Joined on or off stud. Easy-to-cut mitred corners mean that horizontal lines wrap corners seamlessly. Made in Australia and New Zealand Did you know that using Stria™ cladding instead of render on a double storey home can save you about $17,000? This is because it has a simple, speedy installation method. Want to know more? Read the full article on page 8 of The Smarter Construction Book For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings:

54 4. Scyon™ Axon™ cladding External cladding. Vertically grooved panel that looks sharp and smooth. Two vertical groove width patterns 133/400mm. Smooth or grained texture options. 3 sizes of sheets, sized to fit common wall frame sizes = less waste and cutting. Large sheet sizes and the shiplap joint enable fast installation. Pre-primed for fast paint application. Made in New Zealand For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings:

55 5. Scyon™ Secura™ interior flooring Structural flooring substrate. Suitable for tile, vinyl and carpet finishes over timber or steel floor joists. Ideal for residential and some commercial applications. Up to 40% faster to install than conventional compressed fibre cement sheet. No need for pre-drilling and screwing, because it can be gun nailed and is easy to cut like timber. Tongue and grooved. Full floor waterproofing is not needed outside an enclosed shower area. Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings:

56 6. Scyon™ Secura™ exterior flooring External structural flooring substrate. Suitable for tiles over timber or lightweight steel floor joists in residential applications. It ‟ s continuous mesh reinforcement adds strength and impact resistance. Up to 40% faster to install than conventional compressed fibre cement sheet. No need for pre-drilling and screwing, because it can be gun nailed and is easy to cut like timber. Tongue and groove which eliminates the need for timber trimmers under these joints. Strong, no squeak feel. Made in Australia For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings:

57 ►Range of commercial pre-finished products. ►Offer outstanding durability. ►Supports the creation of enduring architecture. ►The range features ChromaShield™ technology: ► The combination of a series of advanced and durable coatings; ► Wth James Hardie ® cement-composite substrates that also have durability as its core DNA. ►Offers a “double shield” of durability, from the surface level coating to the core.

58 ►Each ChromaShield™ series coating has been specified with the end product in mind, to further enhance its look, finish and application durability. ►ChromaShield™ technology key attributes* include: ► Resistance to household stains, chemicals and solvents. ► Resistance to fading and yellowing. ► Resistance to cracking, peeling and flaking. ► Resistance to bacteria and mould. ► Are low in maintenance and are easy- to-clean. *Key attributes apply when the product is installed and maintained correctly and to the extent set out in James Hardie ‟ s published literature current at the time of installation. For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings:

59 Matrix ™ cladding 2 ARChitectural™ Inraw™ panel ARChitectural™ 1 Invibe™ panel For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings: ARChitectural™ product range Commercial Internal Wall Lining

60 ►Pre-finished, commercial interior wall and ceiling panel. ►Suitable for both wet and dry areas. ►Characterised by a lustrous coloured look. ►Features ChromaShield™ 200 series coating. ►2700 x 1200 x 6mm. ►12 colours. ►Gloss and satin finish. ►Fix direct to stud. ►Range of anodised aluminium extrusions for finishing details. ARChitectural™ Invibe™ panel Made in New Zealand For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings:

61 ►Pre-finished commercial interior wall and ceiling panel. ►Suitable for dry areas only. ►Characterised by a natural raw concrete aesthetic. ►Features ChromaShield™ 100 series coating. ►2700 x 1200 x 6mm. ►1 colour. ►Gloss and satin finish. ►Fix direct to stud. ►Range of anodised aluminium extrusions for finishing details. ARChitectural™ Inraw™ panel Made in New Zealand For further information about performance, installation, warranties and warnings:

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