06.110.0421: Tile Shower Assembly – Metal Studs, CBU Backing, Bonded Waterproof Membrane, Two-Stage Drain

06.110.0421: Tile Shower Assembly – Metal Studs, CBU Backing, Bonded Waterproof Membrane, Two-Stage Drain This detail shows a tiled shower assembly based on TCNA method B421. It illustrates metal stud backing, cement backer board keyed into the mortar bed at the base and fastened to the studs beginning 3 inches above top of finished curb,…

06.110.0415: Tile Shower Assembly – Metal Studs, CBU Backing, Mortar Bed Floor, Two-Stage Drain, Ceramic Tile

06.110.0415: Tile Shower Assembly – Metal Studs, CBU Backing, Mortar Bed Floor, Two-Stage Drain, Ceramic Tile This detail shows a tiled shower assembly based on TCNA method B415. It illustrates metal stud backing, cement backer board keyed into the mortar bed at the base and fastened to the studs beginning 3 inches above top of finished…

06.130.0204: Floor Tile – Over CBU & Cork on Concrete

06.130.0204: Floor Tile – Over CBU & Cork on Concrete This detail shows tile laid on cementitious backer unit (CBU) w/ taped joints on a concrete subfloor, with cork underlayment separating the tile assembly from the concrete for soundproofing. The tile is adhered to the CBU using a dry-set or latex-modified portland cement mortar bond…

06.130.1300: Wall And Floor Tile – Thinset, Corner Condition

06.130.1300: Wall And Floor Tile – Thinset, Corner Condition This detail shows tile floor and walls laid using a thin-set method. The tile is adhered to the substrate using a dry-set or latex-modified portland cement mortar bond coat. Expansion joints are provided at every change in plane, i.e. wall-to-wall and wall-to-floor. This detail is based…

06.130.0103: Floor Tile – Tile on mortar bed over plywood

06.130.0103: Floor Tile – Tile on mortar bed over plywood This detail illustrates tile laid on a cured reinforced mortar bed over plywood, with a cleavage membrane separating the tile assembly from the substrate.  Waterproof or crack isolation membranes are optional, per design.  This detail is based on TCNA Method F145.