SBS 10.3.9-1 Roof-Wall Transitions (fire separation joint)

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SBS 10.3.9-1 Roof-Wall Transitions (fire separation joint)



Division D - Construction Details


SBS 10.3.9-1 Roof-Wall Transitions (fire separation joint)

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1 WORK INCLUDED

(1) Supporting Deck Overlay
If required by design authority.
(2) Air or Vapour Control Layers
If required by design authority.
(3) Insulation
See available insulation products in the Accepted Materials section of this Manual.
(4) Insulation Overlay
Where required.
(5) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection
(6) Membrane Flashing
(7) Membrane Counter Flashing
(8) Base Metal Flashing
Mechanically fasten to top of plywood backing. Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats.
(9) Metal Flashing / Cladding
(10) Secondary Metal Cap Flashing
Joints to be offset from Cap Flashing, OR Water Channeling Clip may be used (See inset in detail D1.7.19 Roof-Wall Transitions (Fire Separation Wall)), OR solder standing seam joints. Do NOT place combustible materials over top of firewall.
(11) Metal Cap Flashing
Standing seam joints required.

2 RELATED WORK BY OTHERS

(A) Acceptable Supporting Deck Structure
(B) Acceptable Wall Surface
(C) Wood Blocking
(D) Grouted Finish
Sloped surface to promote drainage off cap flashing.

NOTE: See the Standard for additional requirements.


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