Boral manufactures and supplies concrete masonry products in Australia and is recognized as a leading supplier in the paving, landscaping and retaining wall markets with industry-leading range of concrete block and retaining wall products. Masonry Construction Details PDF . One of the difficulties using this method is dealing with end conditions, such as inside corners. Such precautions would include beveling the mortar bed away from the cavity or drawing a piece of wood up the cavity to collect mortar droppings. For cavity walls, as illustrated in Figure 1, the cavity typically ranges from a minimum of 2 in. It laps the composition flashing at least 4". Bar, MDCD, 01.030.0322: Base of Wall Detail – Brick Ledge, T/FDTN. Metal caps require wood plates for anchorage, which in turn are usually attached to the wall with anchor bolts. This can be accomplished by using solid units, lintel or closed bottom bond beam units turned upside down similar to Figure 3, or by filling cells of hollow units with mortar or grout. (102 mm) over the face of the masonry and sealed on both sides. As shown in Figure 9, the flashing should project through the wall and be carried up on the interior concrete masonry surface. This TEK includes typical flashing details that have proven effective over a wide geographical range. Flashing single wythe walls at the ends of bar joists which utilize wall pockets for bearing is shown in Figures 8 and 8a. Custom colors and finishes may be available upon request. The top edge of the flashing is lapped a minimum of 4" by building paper. 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The difference is that a copper receiver holds the top edge of the flashing. The flashing of the head of a batten seam roof at a wall is shown in this detail. Choosing an appropriate cap is the first step in doing this. The top of the roof pan is formed into a "bread pan" whose upper edge is just above the finished batten. The base flashing is designed to accommodate building movement. However, as noted in the figure, through-wall flashings generally create a bond-breaker, which reduces the structural capacity of a masonry wall. Care should be exercised to insure that surfaces supporting the flashing are flat or are sloping to the exterior. These nails should not penetrate the flashing. This detail shows the use of copper cap flashing extending over copper base flashing at the intersection of a shed roof with a masonry wall. The Smooth Face Designer Block features a finely textured finish. The reglet is then filled with sealant. Here, two sections of sheet metal type flashing that are to be spliced are first installed with a ¼-in. max. Copper flashing, held by a receiver at the top, is locked into a locking strip soldered to the base flashing. 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The base flashing is fastened to the roof with cleats spaced a maximum of 12" apart. Coping units should be sized such that overhangs and a drip reveal are provided on both sides of the wall. The cap flashing is set in the mortar joint between bricks. Download free, high-quality CAD Drawings, blocks and details of Masonry organized by MasterFormat This effect should be carefully evaluated before implementing this type of detail particularly in high-wind and seismic areas. The counterflashing overlaps the base flashing by at least 4". The lower edge is hemmed and laps the base flashing and is formed to be a snug fit against the base flashing. 01.030.0831: Roof-Wall Interface Detail – Anchored Brick Veneer, CMU Backing 01.030.0901: Top of Wall Detail – Anchored Brick Veneer, CMU Backing 01.030.1311: Isolation Joint f7-02-sample-bar-positioners.pdf. 1. 1½ to 2 in (38 to 51 mm). The counterflashing laps the base flashing a minimum of 3". The details provided below are available for your reference and consideration. Flashing No Drip; Term Bar, MDCD, 01.030.0304: Base of Wall Detail – Drainage Flashing, 01.030.0305: Base of Wall Detail – Flex. The cut is filled with sealant. Furring strips installed to receive the plastic vapor retarder and the interior gypsum board will hold the flashing in position. 6" cmu screen wall. Proprietary insulated drainage boards or mats are available that provide an unobstructed drainage path that eliminate the need for a clear airspace (ref. 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For Additional Information see: Flashings and Copings - Coping Covers, for similar conditions at parapets and copings. 01.030.0332: Base of Wall Detail – Anchored Brick Veneer, CMU Backing, CMU Foundation May 13, 2019 01.030.0402: Window Sill Detail – Anchored Brick Veneer, CMU Backing