01.030.0703: Shelf Angle Detail - Typ. Face Brick, Term Bar This shelf angle detail uses a typical brick course below the shelf angle. This may result in a wider horizontal expansion joint below the angle, but is more economical than using a lipped (notched) brick. The shelf angle is flashed with flexible thru-wall flashing, transitioning [...]
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 [...]
06.130.0203: Floor Tile - Thinset on Concrete This detail shows tile adhered to a concrete subfloor using a dry-set or latex-modified portland cement mortar bond coat. This detail is based on TCNA Method F113. DOWNLOAD DETAILDynamic 3D Detail Explore this detail and download the Sketchup Model in the 3D Warehouse. Explore Detail
06.130.0202: Floor Tile - Thinset on Concrete or Cured Mortar Bed This detail shows tile laid on a concrete slab or a cured mortar bed. The tile is adhered using a dry-set or latex-modified portland cement mortar bond coat. If required, an antifracture / waterproof membrane is applied over the cured mortar bed or concrete. [...]
06.130.0101: Floor Tile - Over CBU on Wood Subfloor This detail shows tile laid on cementitious backer unit (CBU) w/ taped joints on a wood subfloor. The tile is adhered using a dry-set or latex-modified portland cement mortar bond coat. The wood subfloor has 1/8" gap between the exterior glue tongue & groove plywood sheets, [...]
02.010.1303: Control Joint - Fire-Rated This detail shows block with flat ends being used at the vertical control joint. Fireproof material resides at the vertical CJ, along with sealant and backer rod. This detail allows shrinkage of the block, but does not resist lateral loads. There is horizontal joint reinforcement at 16" o.c. vertically in [...]
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