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AS 3740-1994 Waterproofing of wet areas within residential buildings

Standard Number:  AS 3740-1994
Title:  Waterproofing of wet areas within residential buildings
Language:  English
Publication Date:  1994/7/28
Execute Date:  1994/10/17
Status:  Withdrawn
International Classification for Standards (ICS)
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND BUILDING>>Protection of and in buildings>>Waterproofing
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
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Number of Pages:40P.;A4  

Description:Specifies design requirements and materials for the waterproofing of shower areas and areas subject to infrequent wetting or splashing within residential buildings. Construction techniques for various wall/floor combinations that are deemed to comply with the requirements of this Standard are included in an Appendix.  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 3740-1994 WATERPROOFING OF WET AREAS WITHIN RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS
PREFACE
CONTENTS
1 SCOPE
2 APPLICATION
3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
4 DEFINITIONS
4.1 Approved
4.2 Drainage flange
4.3 Elastomeric material
4.4 Enclosed shower
4.5 Floor angle
4.6 Floor waste
4.7 Hob
4.8 Leak control system
4.9 Membrane
4.10 Perimeter flashing angle
4.11 Prefinished wall panels
4.12 Regulatory authority
4.13 Shower base
4.14 Shower screen
4.15 Shower tray
4.16 Shower waste
4.17 Vertical flashing angles
4.18 Vessel
4.19 Wet area
5 CLASSIFICATION OF SHOWER TRAYS
6 CATEGORY OF RISK
6.1 General
6.2 Category 1 areas
6.3 Category 2 areas
7 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
8 DEEMED-TO-COMPLY DETAILS
9 CONSTRUCTION
9.1 General
9.2 Shower bases
9.3 Shower trays
9.3.1 General
9.3.2 In situ trays
9.3.3 External trays
9.3.3.1 External prefabricated trays
9.3.3.2 External in situ trays
9.3.3.3 External sheet tray
9.3.4 Internal in situ trays
9.3.5 Hobless showers
9.3.6 Shower-over-bath enclosure
9.4 Flashing angles and corner reinforcing tape
9.4.1 Perimeter flashing angles
9.4.2 Vertical flashing angles
9.4.2.1 External vertical flashing angles
9.4.2.2 Internal vertical flashing angles
9.4.3 Corner reinforcing tape
9.5 Corner joints in tiling
9.6 Decorative thermosetting laminated sheets
9.6.1 Fixing
9.6.2 Joints
9.7 Proprietary products
9.8 Floor wastes
10 MATERIALS
10.1 General
10.2 Adhesives
10.3 Cement render and grouting
10.4 Angles
10.5 Fibre cement sheets
10.6 Decorated thermosetting laminated sheet
10.7 Sealants
10.8 Sheet fastenings
10.9 Tiles
10.10 Water-resistant plasterboard
APPENDIX A - DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS IN WET-AREA WATERPROOFING
A1 SCOPE
A2 LEAKAGE THROUGH FINISHES
A2.1 General
A2.2 Types of movement and causes
A2.2.1 General
A2.2.2 Movement from shrinkage
A2.3 Natural drainage
A3 MOVEMENT AND WATER PROOFING
A3.1 Restricting frame movement
A3.2 Wall linings under tiles
A3.3 Impervious-sheet wall linings
A3.4 Floors
A3.4.1 General
A3.4.2 Types of moisture barrier
A3.4.3 General requirements of barriers
A3.4.4 In situ barriers (properties and installation)
A3.4.5 Set downs
A3.4.6 Showers with hobs
A3.4.7 Tiles within shower base
APPENDIX B - GENERAL LAYOUTS
APPENDIX C - CONSTRUCTION DETAILS
  
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