Full cavity masonry wall – CW001A

Dow Styrofoam SMTG

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Location To the inner masonry skin (cavity side).
Material
Insulation:
Dow Styrofoam SMTG
Total R-Value: [Complete]
Fixing Proprietary plastic clips on pre installed wall ties.
Installation: Lengthways with the tongue to the top edge and firmly against the inner masonry skin. Keep boards clean and dry and free from mortar and grout. Do not bridge the cavity.
Flashings: Install flashings prior to installing insulation panels. Prevent entry of water behind the insulation boards.

Full cavity masonry wall – CW001C

Dow Tuff-R or Dow Thermax LD

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Location To the inner masonry skin (cavity side).
Material
Insulation:
Dow Tuff-or Dow Thermax LD
Total R-Value: [Complete]
Fixing Proprietary plastic clips on pre installed wall ties. Tape joints.
Installation: Fit to external face of internal skin. Keep boards clean and dry and free from mortar and grout. Do not bridge the cavity.
Flashings: Install flashings prior to installing insulation panels. Prevent entry of water behind the insulation boards.

Masonry Veneer (Brick Veneer) – CW002A

ProctorWrap 

DCT Thermalcheck

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Location [Complete]
Material
Sarking Membrane:
ProctorWrap breathable (vapour permeable) membrane or equivalent with vapour resistance of not more than 0.26MNs/g. Breather foil does not comply with this specification.
Insulation Approved [glass/polyester] batts
Total R-Value [Complete]
Support & Fixing: Tightly fit batts between studs. Extend to roof line in gable walls.Fix breathable membrane to outside of frame with 150mm overlaps in accordance with AS4200.2 and the product user guide.
Flashings Install flashings prior to installing sarking.
Vapour Barrier: Fix DCT Thermalcheck to underside of frame  [12.7mm Tuff-R + [Size]mm Plasterboard]
A well installed vapour barrier may also be required in some cold climates and/or high humidity buildings. DCT recommends that a condensation risk analysis is undertaken to determine if required.There are a large number of factors that need to be considered in assessing and managing condensation risk. Such factors include the local climate, building use, position, thickness and type of insulation, position and integrity of vapour barriers, and the degree and location of mechanical or passive ventilation. It is highly recommended that designers undertake a condensation risk analysis.

Thermal laminate – Retro Fit – CW003A

ProctorWrap CW 

DCT Thermalcheck

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Location To the inner masonry or framed skin (occupant side).
Material
Insulation:
Rigid Cellular Foam board equal to DCT Thermal Laminate
Product DCT Thermal Laminate
Total R-Value [Complete]
Fixing Daub and screw fix
Installation Fix DCT Thermal Laminate to the inside of frame. To DCT printed details.
Sarking: Wrapshield Air Tight (AT) is an air tight three layer spun bonded polypropylene breathable sarking membrane with a vapour resistance of less than 0.27MN.s/g. Breather foil does not comply with this specification.
DCT Thermalcheck – used in high moisture environments
DCT Thermalcheck Plus- used in projects where space is limited and moderate indoor humidity
There are a large number of factors that need to be considered in assessing and managing condensation risk. Such factors include the local climate, building use, position, thickness and type of insulation, position and integrity of vapour barriers, and the degree and location of mechanical or passive ventilation. It is highly recommended that designers undertake a condensation risk analysis.

Internally insulated masonry wall – CW006A

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Location External wall
Material
Insulation:
DOW Tuff-R or Dow Thermax
Total R-Value [Complete]
Support & Fixing Glue fix and secure board insulation firmly against internal face of wall using adjustable bracket. Tape joints and penetrations.
There are a large number of factors that need to be considered in assessing and managing condensation risk. Such factors include the local climate, building use, position, thickness and type of insulation, position and integrity of vapour barriers, and the degree and location of mechanical or passive ventilation both in the roof space and the interior. It is highly recommended that designers undertake a condensation risk analysis.

Externally insulated masonry wall – CW006B

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Location [Complete]
Material
Insulation:
DOW Tuff-R or Dow Thermax LD
Total R-Value [Complete]
Support & Fixing Fit insulation board between brackets holding external cladding system frame, using two mechanical fixings per board and DCT recommended adhesive. Tape joints.
Flashings Install flashings prior to installing board. Prevent entry of water behind the
insulation boards.
There are a large number of factors that need to be considered in assessing and managing condensation risk. Such factors include the local climate, building use, position, thickness and type of insulation, position and integrity of vapour barriers, and the degree and location of mechanical or passive ventilation. It is highly recommended that designers undertake a condensation risk analysis.

Internally insulated metal frame wall – CW007A

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Location External wall
Material 
Sarking Membrane:
ProctorWrap breathable (vapour permeable) membrane with vapour resistance of not more than 0.26MNs/g
Thermal Break 9mm Dow Thermal Break Strip
Total R-Value [Complete]
Support & Fixing Tightly fit batts between studs. Extend to roof line in gable walls. Fix breathable membrane to outside of frame with 150mm overlaps in accordance with AS4200.2 and the product user guide.
Flashings Install flashings prior to installing sarking. Prevent entry of water behind the insulation boards.
Vapour Barrier Fix  DCT Thermal Laminate to underside of frame

A well installed vapour barrier may also be required in some cold climates and/or high humidity buildings. DCT recommends that a condensation risk analysis is undertaken to determine if required.

There are a large number of factors that need to be considered in assessing and managing condensation risk. Such factors include the local climate, building use, position, thickness and type of insulation, position and integrity of vapour barriers, and the degree and location of mechanical or passive ventilation. It is highly recommended that designers undertake a condensation risk analysis.

Interally insulated timber frame wall residential – RW001A

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Location External wall
Material 
Sarking Membrane:
ProctorWrap HP breathable (vapour permeable) membrane with vapour resistance  of not more than 0.13MNs/g.
 Insulation Approved [glass/polyester] batts
Total R-Value [Complete]
Support & Fixing Tightly fit batts between studs. Extend to roof line in gable walls. Fix breathable membrane to outside of frame with 150mm overlaps in accordance with AS4200.2 and the product user guide.
Flashings Install flashings prior to installing sarking. Prevent entry of water behind the insulation boards.
Vapour Barrier Fix DCT Thermal Laminate to underside of frame  [12.7mm Tuff-R + [Size]mm Plasterboard]

A well installed vapour barrier may also be required in some cold climates and/or high humidity buildings. DCT recommends that a condensation risk analysis is undertaken to determine if required.

There are a large number of factors that need to be considered in assessing and managing condensation risk. Such factors include the local climate, building use, position, thickness and type of insulation, position and integrity of vapour barriers, and the degree and location of mechanical or passive ventilation. It is highly recommended that designers undertake a condensation risk analysis.