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Assessing the impact of thickness on the performance of stucco cladding.

Assessing the impact of thickness on the performance of stucco cladding.

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Published by CMHC in [Ottawa] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesResearch highlight, Technical series -- 04-123, Research highlights (Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation), Technical series (Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation) -- 04-123.
ContributionsCanada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21310666M

Environmental Assessment of Cladding Construction: A Case Study of Residential Buildings Conference Paper (PDF Available) December with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.   With the issues out in the open now and improvements being made, stucco is reclaiming its spot among prominent cladding materials. Here’s what you need to know about EIFS in , how to spot defects before they lead to widespread structural damage and when to advise home buyers to call a specialist for an in-depth look.

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Assessing the impact of thickness on the performance of stucco cladding Download PDF EPUB FB2

Field study: Develop a field survey protocol and conduct a field inves tigation to assess the effect of thickness on in-service water management and serviceability performance of stucco cladding.

The laboratory study showed that water management performance of code-compliant stucco cladding was inadequate for. Assessing the Impact of Thickness on the Performance of Stucco Cladding On reviewing the conclusions of the research, the Alberta home building industry decided against proposing a reduction in the Alberta Building Code prescribed two-coat stucco thickness from 19 mm to 15 mm.

Instead, the industry is, for the foreseeable future. Assessing the impact of thickness on the performance of stucco cladding, by Morrison Hershfield Ltd., Auckland house cladding survey, by UNITEC Institute of Technology, EIFS clad wall Barrier EIFS clad walls: Results from a moisture engineering study, by Brown, W., J.

Ullett, A. Karagiozis, and T. Tonyan, dry out of it. This research considers stucco as an isolated material component of the exterior wall system. This project does not investigate system performance of the wall assembly with stucco as a cladding.

The effects of imperfections, defects and anomalies typically found in exterior wall systems are beyond the scope of this Size: KB. the impact of insulation thickness was evaluated by comparing the performance of Test Walls 1, 2, 5, and 8 with the only difference between the specimens being thickness of insulation, and the impact of fastener embedment in to the structure (e.g.

performance of external cladding system, an alternative method such as BRE Fire Note 9 can be used to demonstrate that the risks of spread of 14 INTERNATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION Knowsley Heights ASSESSING THE FIRE PERFORMANCE OF EXTERNAL CLADDING SYSTEMS EXTERNAL CLADDING Test facility P.

Assessing the fire 28/9/06 am. What is the correct thickness of stucco. Stucco thickness depends on the backup system and on whether or not lath is present.

In ASTM C, the Standard Specification for Application of Portland Cement-Based Plaster, thicknesses are provided for scratch, brown, and finish coats. Stucco thickness depends on the backup system and on whether or not lath is present. In ASTM Cthe Standard Specification for Application of Portland Cement-Based Plaster, thicknesses are provided for scratch, brown, and finish coats.

• Ensure that the reaction to fire performance is valid for the nominal thickness of the material proposed. The use of metal for roofing and walling applications has, through structural calculation and over a period of successful performance in service, determined those thicknesses of material which are normally Size: 1MB.

Chapter 2 LOADS ON BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES INTRODUCTION SCOPE This chapter specifies the minimum design forces including dead. Stucco is a general term for a plaster coating to walls that consists of a cement-mortar made up of a sand:cement mix that was typically applied over galvanised wire netting fixed over a diagonal timber board backing typically 6 x 1” ( x 25 mm).

It was applied in three coats to a finished thickness of approximately ¾” (18 mm). The stucco cladding seems to be the most eco-efficient system in spite of its poor environmental performance, followed by the EFIS system with a score of 29%, with the masonry veneer coming next.

In contrast, the ceramic tile cladding is found to be the worst with almost 50%, in spite of its moderate economic by: 2. EIFS is a relatively new cladding option that was introduced to the US in EIFS, a lightweight system, is comprised of a polystyrene insulation board secured to the exterior wall with an adhesive or mechanical fasteners, then reinforced with an acrylic plaster and fiberglass mesh on top, and finished with an acrylic and polymer coat that.

Radhi, S. Sharples, in Eco-efficient Construction and Building Materials, The role of cladding systems in making buildings green. Today, cladding systems are available in many forms and materials, and are often chosen based on economics and aesthetics.

For any successful design of cladding systems, however, two criteria are of importance, namely design and performance. EXTERIOR CLADDING COMPONENTS AND BEST PRACTICES.

Many jurisdictions are still using the SSTD 10 and following its prescriptive guidance for the main wind. force resisting system (MWFRS) of the building envelope.

Although this is a very helpful standard, this detail for C&C design is limited. On the downside, one-coat systems are less impact resistant than traditional three-coat stucco.

And with a thickness of only 3/8-inch, one-coat systems are less able to hide irregularities in the framing and are more likely to have thin spots that are prone to problems.

Also, one-coat stucco systems are not completely waterproof. CMHC: Drying Of Walls With Ventilated Stucco Cladding and to rank different assemblies and assess drying when the vapour barrier is omitted.

(PDF) CMHC: Earthquake Performance Of Rainscreen Stucco CMHC: Impact Of Thickness On Performance Of Stucco. Effects of ageing and moisture on therm al performance of ETICS cladding Bruno Daniotti 1, Riccardo Paolini 1, Fulvio Re Cecconi 1 Accepted for publication in.

When can I use the performance path. • This approach is commonly used for residential and commercial new construction projects, as well as major retrofits, where insulation and wall systems are being changed.

Climate Zone 2 Impact U-factor ≤ U-Factor ≤ SHGC ≤ Climate Zone 1 U-factor ≤ Impact U-factor ≤ SHGC File Size: KB. Assessing the impact of thickness on the performance of stucco cladding J M5 Évaluation des effets de l'épaisseur du parement en stucco sur sa performance.

EIFS Cladding Evaluation Property Address: Client: Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan, Indiana _____ Chuck Johnson Inspector Direct # Toll Free or [email protected] Updated Report For Sam A.

SampleFile Size: KB.Assessing the Impact of Thickness on the Performance of Stucco Cladding. William C. Brown,Mike Dietrich,Mark Latimer. This is an interesting technical paper done by Morrison Hershfield Ltd. Inusing its Building for Environmental and Economic Sustainability (BEES) v program, the U.S.

National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) conducted a detailed lifecycle assessment (LCA) of various cladding systems to compare the relative performance on the “ecological scale.” Figure 1 shows some of the relevant findings.