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AS 2050:2018 pdf free.Installation of Roof Tiles.Now download AS 2050 pdf.
This Standard sets out requirements for the placement and installing of roof tiles of the types specified in AS 2049. The installation methods described in this Standard apply to tiled roofs of buildings that are intended for domestic, commercial or light industrial purposes.
This Standard applies only to roofs with a pitch of 15 or greater where the height of the eaves is not more than 15 m above the mean surrounding ground level.
This Standard does not restrict the use of other installing and fastening methods or materials where it can be shown that they are not inferior to the performance achieved by the materials and methods described herein.
Where it is intended to install tiles to roofs with a pitch of less than 15°, the tile manufacturers advice should be sought to determine weatherproofing requirements.
Appendix A includes information on the data normally provided by the specifier and the tile manufacturer, and on the work normally carried out as part of the tiling operation.
4 Appendix B outlines information and work not normally provided by the roof tiler.
5 Appendix C provides details about additional options for fixing battens.
Roofs covered by this Standard shall be in conformance with the wind load requirements of either —
(a)AS 4055 for class I and 10 buildings for wind speeds up to N6/C4; or
(b)AS 1170.2 for class 2 to 9 buildings for equivalent wind speeds, as identified by the designer.
NOTE: For class 2 to 9 buildings, a reference in this Standard to a wind loading classification Inder AS 4055 should be read to be an equivalent wind loading calculated using AS/NZS 1170.2. This information should be provided by the designer, as described in Appendix B.
1.4.1 Ancillary
A product used to finish the roof and includes apex, ridge and barge tiles.
1.4.2 Anti-ponding device/board
A lining fixed along the eaves line from the top of the facia back up the rafter with a clearance of approximately 50 mm below the first batten, which prevents the sarking from ponding or sagging due to the accumulation of moisture.
NOTE: The anti-ponding device/board should be waterproof or water-resistant.
1.4.3 Edge of roof
The area of a roof 1200 mm wide bounded by the eaves, ridge, hips and barge extending towards the centre of the roof plane as shown in Figures 1.4.3(A)and 1.4.3(B).
1.4.4 Field of roof
Any part of the roof bounded by the edge of the roof, as shown in Figures 1.4.3(A)and1.4.3(B).
1.4.5 Flexible pointing material
Type of adhesive mechanical fastener(see AS 4046.8).AS 2050:2018 pdf free download.

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