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1 D Installation Details D1 General D2 Walls D3 Ceilings D4 Reference D Installation Details

2 D Contents D1 General Installation and Fastening Sequence for Steel Studs D1.1 Fastener Selection D1.3 D2 Walls Wall Construction Notes D2.1 Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plasterboard Installation D2.2 Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Terminals and Junctions D2.5 Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Base Details D2.8 Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Head Details D2.9 Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Control / Movement Joints D2.11 Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Door Details D2.13 Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plumbing Penetrations D2.14 Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Electrical Penetrations D2.17 Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - HVAC Penetrations D2.20 Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Access Panel D2.22 Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plasterboard Installation D2.23 Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Base Details D2.25 Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Head Details D2.26 Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Control Joints D2.27 Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Back-blocking D2.28 Door Details - Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls D2.28 Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plumbing Penetrations D2.29 Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Plasterboard Installation D2.31 Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Wall Junctions D2.34 Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Base Detail D2.37 Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Head Details D2.38 Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Plumbing Penetrations D2.39 Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Acoustic Details D2.40 D3 Ceilings Ceiling Construction Notes D3.1 Fire Rated Ceilings - Plasterboard Installation D3.3 Fire Rated Ceilings - Back-blocking D3.4 Fire Rated Ceilings - Perimeter D3.5 Fire Rated Ceilings - Bulkhead D3.8 Fire Rated Ceilings - Movement / Control Joints D3.9 Fire Rated Ceilings - Lights D3.10 Fire Rated Ceilings - Electrical and Loaded Penetrations D3.11 Fire Rated Ceilings - Beam Protection D3.13 Non Fire Rated Ceilings - Plasterboard Installation D3.15 Non Fire Rated Ceilings - Back-blocking D3.17 Non Fire Rated Ceilings - Perimeter D3.18 Non Fire Rated Ceilings - Bulkhead D3.19 Non Fire Rated Ceilings - Acoustic Details D3.20 D4 Reference Old / New Reference Guide D4.1 Quick-Find Index D4.2 Installation Details D

3 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details D1 General Installation and Fastening Sequence for Steel Studs The fi rst plasterboard sheet installed at a joint should be fi xed to the open side of a stud fl ange. Additional sheets are then installed in the direction toward the closed side of the stud web. When installing the first side, screw-fasten the plasterboard sheets to studs at edges only, as illustrated in Figure 1 (positions 1 and 2). Then, on the second side, fasten the edge (position 3) followed by intermediate studs (position 4). Return to the fi rst side and fasten sheets to previously unattached studs (position 5). 3 4 INCORRECT DIRECTION IN RELATION TO STUD Figure 2 - Incorrect Fastening Sequence CORRECT DIRECTION IN RELATION TO STUD Figure 1 - Correct Fastening Sequence Caution Avoid fixing Boral Plasterboard sheets in the direction from the closed side of the stud to the open side of the stud web (Figure 2). This will result in the fi rst sheet at a joint being incorrectly screwed to the fl ange on the closed side of the stud. The fl ange will then be free to defl ect when the next sheet is screwed to the open side (Figure 2). This can permanently bend the fl ange, resulting in a lipped joint. Bent flange Twisted stud Lipped Joint Lipped Joint Figure 3 - Effect of Incorrect Fastening Sequence If the stud is not supported fi rmly while the screws are driven, the stud can twist from square, also resulting in a lipped joint (Figure 3). Do not fix plasterboard sheets in the direction from the closed side of the stud to the open side of the stud web (Figure 2). Do not screw the first sheet at a joint to the flange at the closed side of a stud web. General D1 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D1. 1

4 D1 General D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS» Installation and Fastening Sequence for Steel Studs Correct Installation The correct direction of sheet installation is in the direction from the open side of the stud to the closed side of the stud web (Figure 4). The fi rst sheet installed at a joint is screwed to the fl ange at the open side of the stud. The fl ange will initially defl ect then straighten as the screw pulls tight. Ensure that the stud is adequately supported to avoid twisting, and fully screw this sheet to the stud before continuing. The next sheet is now screwed to the fl ange at the closed side of the stud. The defl ection on this part of the fl ange is very small, and the previously installed sheet helps keep the assembly rigid during the installation of the second sheet. If fi xed correctly the result is a fl at joint with no lipping (Figure 5). The correct installation sequence is illustrated in Figure 5 below. Do fi x plasterboard sheets in the direction from the open side of the stud to the closed side of the stud (Figure 4). Do screw the fi rst sheet at a joint to the fl ange at the open side of a stud. CORRECT DIRECTION IN RELATION TO STUD Figure 4 - Correct Fastening Sequence Detail Flat Joint Figure 5 - Effect of Correct Fastening Sequence D1.2 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

5 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Fastener Selection Plasterboard to Frame Fasteners Plasterboard Thickness (mm) 1 x 10 1 x 13 Boral Smooth Shank Gold Passivated Nails 9 40 softwood 30 hardwood 40 softwood 30 hardwood Timber Frame Steel Frame Boral Annular Ring Shank Galvanised Nails 9 Types S 3 and Nails 9 and Uni-nails 9 (2.8 mm dia UNO) Type W Screws 2 Type D 4 Screws softwood 30 hardwood 40 softwood 30 hardwood 6-9 x 25W wall 6-9 x 32W ceiling 6-9 x 32W 6-18 x 25 7 D, S 6-18 x 25 7 D, S 1 x softwood 40 hardwood 6-9 x 40W 6-18 x 30 D, S 1 x x 40D, S 2 x x 40W 6-18 x 30D, S 2 x x 50W 6-18 x 40D, S x 50W 6-18 x 40D, S 2 x x 60W 6-18 x 45D, S 3 x x x 60W 7-16 x 50S 3 x x x 75W 8-15 x 60S Plasterboard to Plasterboard Fasteners Number of Layers of Plasterboard x Thickness Plasterboard A Plasterboard B Type L 10 Screws for Fixing Plasterboard A to B 1 x 13mm 13mm 10-8 x 32mm 1 x 16mm 16mm 10-8 x 38mm 1 x 16mm 2 x 16mm 6-8 x 50mm Notes: 1. All screws to be to Australian Standard AS corrosion class W is a single start, needle point, bugle head type W gypsum screw for fixing to hardwood and softwood framing. In some instances double start thread screws are permissible (refer Boral Plasterboard). 3. S is a double start, needle point, bugle head type S gypsum screw for fixing to steel gauges of up to 0.80mm BMT. 4. D is a double start, drill point, bugle head type D gypsum screw for fixing to steel gauges 0.80 to 2.00mm BMT. 5. L is a single start, needle point, bugle head type L gypsum screw for fixing plasterboard to plasterboard. 6. Screw designation given as (minimum screw gauge) - (threads per inch +1) x (minimum screw length). 7. For ease of construction with framing steel gauges of less than 0.8mm BMT use 30mm minimum screw length. 8. Correct screw length is critical when fastening to resilient furring channel to avoid acoustic bridging. 9. Nail lengths are minimums, however care is needed when selecting longer nails to avoid nail bending in hardwoods or popping of plasterboard with unseasoned timber. 10. For wall systems only. Tables to be read in conjunction with plasterboard installation details. General D1 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D1. 3

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7 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details D2 Walls Wall Construction Notes 1. Steel stud wall systems are non load bearing unless noted otherwise. 2. Wall systems should not be used where conditions of constant excessive moisture or humidity are prevalent ie, in excess of 90% relative humidity. 3. Movement joints should be put at building construction joint locations. Control joints should be spaced at not more than 12 metre maximum centres in either direction. 4. Finish all joints with Boral Plasterboard jointing system, compromising perforated tape and jointing compound. 5. All approved fire rated penetrations must be installed and caulked in accordance with details provided in this manual. 6. Fire rated systems must be assembled strictly in accordance with relevant test reports, opinions, approved system details and specifications. 7. Steel Studs in fire rated partitions are not to be fastened to top and bottom tracks except boxed studs facing fire door openings, in which case the boxed studs are pop riveted to the tracks. 8. Steel wall framing to Rondo specifications or approved equivalent and spaced at 600mm centres maximum. 9. Components must not be used if fractured or damaged. 10. Butt joints to be backed by stud or nogging for fire rated systems. 11. Mid span nogging is recommended for erection purposes for steel stud walls greater than 3600mm. 12. Timber stud framing to AS1684, relevant Australian Standards and spaced at 600mm centres maximum. 13. Fire rated timber systems shall be read in conjunction with Timber Charfactor Tables in Section C3 of this manual. D2 Walls BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 1

8 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plasterboard Installation Do not fasten plasterboard to top and bottom tracks 60mm Fasteners 25mm min screw length Butt joints to fall on studs Stagger horizontal joints on opposite wall face 550mm min 200mm 200mm max ctrs on edges, staggered Additional fasteners placed 60mm from top edge of sheet 60mm 1 layer Boral Plasterboard Firestop to each face. Stagger vertical joints 600mm min both faces 300mm Screws 10-16mm min from sheet edges CS 600mm max ctrs Acoustic insulation if required Bottom track 300mm ctrs on studs in field of board Screws 10-16mm min from sheet edges Fire Rated Steel Stud - Horizontal Fixing - Single Layer Top track Do not fasten plasterboard to top and bottom tracks CS 600mm max ctrs Acoustic insulation if required Vertical joints to be staggered 600mm min with joints on opposite face 1 layer Boral Plasterboard Firestop each face 300mm max ctrs in field of plasterboard D2 Walls Bottom track 200mm max ctrs on edges staggered Fasteners 10-16mm from edge of sheet Fire Rated Steel Stud - Vertical Fixing - Single Layer D2.2 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

9 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details» Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plasterboard Installation Top track CS 600mm max ctrs Stagger inner layer horizontal joints between opposite linings by 200mm min or back with nogging Stagger joints in outer layers 600mm min vertical and 300mm min horizontal Acoustic insulation if required 200mm Tape and set joints to external layers only 600mm ctrs max in first layers Stagger joints in first layer 600mm on opposite wall face 2 layers Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop to each side 600mm max 600mm 300mm 300mm max ctrs in field of plasterboard Stagger fasteners 100mm (fasteners 45mm min screw length) 200mm max ctrs on edges staggered Fasteners to inner layers to be 25mm min screw length Fasteners 10mm - 16mm from edge of sheet Do not fix plasterboard into top and bottom tracks Bottom track Fire Rated Steel Stud - Horizontal Fixing - Multiple Layer Top track Do not fasten plasterboard into top and bottom tracks CS 600mm max ctrs Tape and set joints to external layers only Acoustic insulation if required Stagger vertical joints in first layers 600mm min on opposite wall face 2 layers Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop to each side Fasteners to inner layers to be 25mm min screw length Bottom track 600mm max 600mm min 200mm 300mm 200mm max ctrs on edges staggered 300mm max ctrs in field of plasterboard Stagger fasteners 100mm (fasteners 45mm min screw length) Fasteners 10mm - 16mm from edge of sheet 600mm ctrs max in first layers Walls Fire Rated Steel Stud - Vertical Fixing - Multiple Layer D2 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 3

10 D2 Walls D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS» Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plasterboard Installation Top track CS 600mm max ctrs Stagger joints in outer layers 600mm min vertical and 300mm min horizontal Do not fasten plasterboard into top and bottom tracks Tape and set joints to external layers only Acoustic insulation if required Stagger vertical joints in first layers 600mm min on opposite wall face 2 layers Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop to each side Fasteners to inner layers to be 25mm min screw length 600mm max 600mm min 200mm 300mm 300mm max ctrs in field of plasterboard 200mm max ctrs on edges staggered Stagger fasteners 100mm (fasteners 45mm min screw length) Fasteners 10mm - 16mm from edge of sheet Bottom track 600mm ctrs max in first layers Fire Rated Steel Stud - Mixed Orientation - Multiple Layer D2.4 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

11 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Terminals and Junctions External corner bead typ CS stud Joint reinforcement tape typ Boral Plasterboard Cornice Adhesive Joint treatment Boral Plasterboard Cornice Adhesive External corner bead typ 0.75mm BMT galv sheet steel corner reinforcement screwed to 400mm ctrs Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Corner reinforcement tape typ Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Stopping angle Masonry wall (or other) CS stud Fire grade sealant or Cornice Adhesive. Caulk all perimeter gaps Acoustic sealant if required Single Stud Terminal and Junction Details (Twin stud, staggered stud layout similar) Fastener Notes: Control joints must coincide with those occurring in the main building structure and/or at maximum 12 metre centres. Location of control joints should be verified with structural engineer. Walls D2 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 5

12 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS» Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Terminals and Junctions Plasterboard as required for fire resistance and acoustic ratings. Fix to standard fire/acoustic details CT or DT track as required fixed to standard details Studs to provide support at corner Rondo PN x 50 x 0.75 BMT galv MS angle full height to all corners. Fasten to adjacent stud CS studs at not greater than 600mm ctrs to each leaf Twin Steel Stud T-Junction Detail CS studs at not greater than 600mm ctrs to each leaf Plasterboard as required for fire resistance and acoustic ratings. Fix to standard fire/acoustic details Rondo PN x 50 x 0.75 BMT galv MS angle full height to all corners. Fasten to adjacent stud CT or DT track as required fixed to standard details D2 Walls Twin Steel Stud Corner Detail Extra studs to provide support at corner D2.6 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

13 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details» Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Terminals and Junctions Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required for fire resistance level fixed to standard fire resisting construction details CT or DT track as required and fixed to standard details Rondo PN x 50 x 0.75BMT galv MS angle full height to all corners Extra studs to provide support at corner CS studs at not greater than 300mm ctrs Clip ex Rondo PN mm long Staggered Steel Stud T-Junction Detail Firestop Plasterboard as required for fire resistance level fixed to standard fire resisting construction details CS studs at not greater than 300mm ctrs CT or DT track as required and fixed to standard details Rondo PN x 50 x 0.75BMT galv MS angle full height to all corners Clip ex Rondo PN mm long Extra studs to provide support at corner Staggered Steel Stud Corner Detail Walls D2 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 7

14 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Base Details CS 600mm ctrs max Boral Plasterboard Firestop Skirting if required Insulation if required Bottom track Fill gaps with Boral Plasterboard Cornice Adhesive or fire grade sealant 600mm ctrs max Continuous bead of acoustic sealant under bottom track if required Partition Base Detail Rondo PN 140 screw to stud Appropriate bottom track to suit application Staggered Stud Base Detail D2 Walls CS 600mm ctrs max Boral Plasterboard Firestop Insulation if required Skirting if required 600mm ctrs max Continuous bead of acoustic sealant under bottom track if required Bottom track Fill gaps with Boral Plasterboard Cornice Adhesive or fire grade sealant Partition Wet Area Base Detail Wet area side Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Firestop Ceramic wall tiles Wet area flashing (upvc angle cove) adhered to sub floor with wet area flashing adhesive Flexible sealant relief joint 5mm - 10mm fire grade wet area sealant Floor tiles D2.8 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

15 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Head Details 600mm ctrs max Top track 16mm gap Square finish, cornice or stopping bead if required Caulk perimeter gaps with Boral Plasterboard Cornice Adhesive or fire grade sealant Boral Plasterboard Firestop each side CS 600mm ctrs max Partition Head Detail 600mm ctrs max 20mm Concrete soffit or permanent formwork Deflection Head track Caulk gaps and any through voids with fire grade sealant Boral Plasterboard Firestop each side CS 600mm ctrs max Deflection Head Detail Concrete soffit or permanent formwork 600mm ctrs max Caulk perimeter gaps with Boral Plasterboard Cornice Adhesive or fire grade sealant Appropriate top track to suit application Gap as required to suit application Square finish, cornice or stopping bead if required Rondo PN 140 screw to stud Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required Walls Staggered Stud Head Detail D2 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 9

16 D2 Walls D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS» Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Head Details Insulation as required Floor Boral Firestop Plasterboard ceiling system continuous over walls and direct fixed to joists or to furring/battens Continuous bead of sealant over track and fix track to furring channels Tape and set or cornice finish Continuously fill gap with fire grade sealant Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required Fire Rated Wall to Fire Rated Ceiling Detail D2.10 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

17 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Control / Movement Joints 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Detail B 20mm Detail A Masonry wall or other Detail C Fix plasterboard to second stud not to end stud against wall Stopping angle Fastener Acoustic sealant if required Boral Plasterboard fire grade sealant CS stud Control Joint Details FRL 60/60/60 (also available in other FRLs) Jointing 20mm max Stopping Bead to suit 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop CS stud 16mm deep fire grade sealant control joint Masonry wall or other Acoustic sealant if required Detail A Jointing Stopping Bead to suit 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop 16mm deep fire grade sealant control joint CS stud 20mm max Backing rod or tape backing Detail B CS stud 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Jointing 20mm max Backing rod or tape backing 16mm deep fire grade sealant control joint Decorative expansion joint trim (non fire rated section, Rondo P35 shown) Walls D2 Detail C BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 11

18 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS» Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Control/Movement Joints 160mm 150mm 16mm Boral Firestop 10mm Expansion joint Boral Plasterboard Firestop back blocks adhered to back of board on one side of partition with Cornice Adhesive Steel stud 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop Screw fix with laminating screws this side only Movement Joint Detail FRL 60/60/60 Steel stud framed wall to normal fire rated wall details Laminate 16 or 25mm Firestop strips to full width and height as shown using cornice adhesive 6 x 50 laminating 600mm ctrs to one side of joint 30-50mm 150mm mm Optional cover strap Movement Joint Detail FRL 120/120/120 D2 Walls Notes: Maximum joint movement capacity +/-20mm horizontally in plane of wall. FRL of wall not to exceed 120/120/120. Floor tracks to be cut over width of required control joint. D2.12 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

19 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Door Details Fix box studs only to top and bottom tracks Top track Note: Jamb studs may consist of double CS studs or boxed CS studs. This may be determined by structural requirements or the fixing details recommended by the door frame manufacturer. Door head trimmer ex track Intermediate steel stud Boxed studs at door jambs only Door Head Trimmer Detail Note: Jamb studs may consist of double CS studs or boxed CS studs. This may be determined by structural requirements or the fixing details recommended by the door frame manufacturer. Boral Firestop Plasterboard Door head trimmer Notes: Details shown are generic only. Check with specific door frame manufacturer to ensure that fire rating is maintained. Metal door frame Door Head Detail Metal door frame Boxed studs at jambs Boral Firestop Plasterboard Walls Door Jamb Detail D2 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 13

20 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plumbing Penetrations 2 layers 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop each side Fire collars to both sides to manufacturer s details. Seal gaps with fire grade sealant Max 110mm upvc Penetration Detail - upvc Pipe - Single Stud - FRL NA/120/NA Ceramic wall tiles Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Firestop. For FRL 120/120/120 use 2 layers Boral Wet Area Firestop Plasterboard 100mm Max 110mm upvc Fire Collar. Seal gaps with fire grade sealant Plasterboard block ex 3 x 25mm Boral Plasterboard Shaftliner and 1 layer Boral Plasterboard Firestop laminated together and screw fixed to face sheet Track nogging support if required D2 Walls Penetration Detail - upvc Pipe - Twin Stud - FRL 60/60/60 D2.14 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

21 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details» Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plumbing Penetrations 2 layers Boral Plasterboard Firestop each side 30mm Fire Sealant 20mm 50mm Max 152mm Copper or steel pipe Walls D2 Penetration Detail - Copper/Steel Pipe - Single Stud - FRL 120/120/- Ceramic tiles on Type 1 organic based wall tile adhesive 300mm square panel 2 x 16mm Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Firestop plasterboard screw laminated together Fire grade sealant Cast iron pipe 100mm max iron or copper Penetration Detail - Copper/Steel Pipe - Twin Stud - FRL 60/60/60 Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Firestop. For FRL 120/120/120 use 2 layers Boral Plasterboard Firestop BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 15

22 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS» Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plumbing Penetrations Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Firestop Ceramic wall tiles Provide nogging to back of tap set and secure pipes Flexible sealant 300mm square piece of 16mm Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Firestop screw fixed to face layer Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Sealant CS stud Boral Plasterboard Firestop Plumbing pipes Typical Plumbing Penetration Detail - Section 300mm square piece of 16mm Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Firestop screw fixed to face layer Boral Plasterboard Firestop Provide nogging to back of tap set and secure pipes CS stud Ceramic wall tiles Flexible sealant Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Firestop Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Sealant Typical Plumbing Penetration Detail - Plan D2 Walls Notes: The following instructions must be followed to achieve satisfactory results: Care should be taken to isolate copper pipes away from contact with steel framing to avoid problems with corrosion. Plasterboard linings are not to act as supports for piping. Piping is to be kept clear of face sheets and baffles. Ensure that baffles protect the areas immediately behind wall penetrations. Pipes are to penetrate one face only of the partition between any two wall studs. Total area of all openings between any two wall studs must be no greater than 5000mm 2. D2.16 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

23 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Electrical Penetrations 1 layer 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop each side Optional insulation Switch plate Fire rated switch box as supplied by manufacturer Switch plate fixing screws Seal penetrations with sealant as recommended by manufacturer Switch plate bracket Fire Rated GPO Detail Only - Partition FRL 60/60/60 1 layer 13mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Optional insulation 2 layers 13mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Switch plate Fire rated switch box as supplied by manufacturer Switch plate fixing screws Seal penetrations with sealant as recommended by manufacturer Switch plate bracket Fire Rated GPO Detail Only - Partition FRL 90/90/90 2 layers 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Optional insulation 2 layers 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Switch plate Fire rated switch box as supplied by manufacturer Switch plate fixing screws Seal penetrations with sealant as recommended by manufacturer Switch plate bracket Fire Rated GPO Detail Only - Partition FRL 120/120/120 Walls D2 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 17

24 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS» Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Electrical Penetrations Stud Boral Plasterboard Firestop baffle in partition cavity Note: Only 2 non fire rated GPOs on any wall face per stud panel 50mm min 50mm min 150mm min 50mm min Cutouts for non fire rated GPOs 50mm min Typical Layout Elevation - Non Fire Rated GPOs in Fire Rated Partition 50mm min 50mm min 1 layer 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop baffle in partition cavity. Refer elevation this page 1 layer 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop CS 600mm ctrs max Cutout for non fire rated GPO Typical Layout Plan - Non Fire Rated GPOs in FRL 60/60/60 Partition 50mm min 50mm min 2 layers 13mm or 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop baffle in partition cavity. Refer elevation this page D2 Walls 2 layers 13mm or 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop CS 600mm ctrs max Cutout for non fire rated GPO Typical Layout Plan - Non Fire Rated GPOs in FRL 90/90/90 and FRL 120/120/120 Partition D2.18 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

25 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details» Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Electrical Penetrations Dotted outline of Fyre-Seal-Mastic overlap (30mm) on face of plasterboard Pack out gaps with IBS Strip 320mm Max opening in wall 320mm x 95mm Electrical cables 95mm Metal cable tray Gaps filled with Fyre-Seal-Mastic Penetration Detail - Cable Tray - Section Through Tray 2 layers 13mm or 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Firestop to each face Outline of cable tray Electrical cables D2 Walls 30mm CS 600mm max ctrs (refer to Selector+ Plasterboard Systems) Cover of Fyre-Seal-Mastic 10mm 3mm 50mm wide IBS strips Penetration Detail - Cable Tray - Section Through Wall BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 19

26 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - HVAC Penetrations 1 layer 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Damper body 50mm wide x 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop strip, laminated around damper opening 27mm IBS rod in 16mm gap covered with 5mm min fire grade sealant Damper framing angle Bullocks Fire Damper type 4900 style P 22mm IBS rod in 12mm gap covered with 5mm min fire grade sealant Variation on treatment to top of 400mm x 200mm Bullocks Damper Type 5650 style F Fire grade sealant behind framing angle 1 layer 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Deflection head track support use CS stud section for 400mm x 200mm damper CS stud framing Typical Fire Damper Detail - FRL 60/60/60 Steel Stud Wall 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop 38mm x 38mm x 2.5mm thick damper support angle CS stud framing Pop rivet 300mm x 300mm curtain damper body 1.6mm galvanised steel CS stud damper support frame Nominal 16mm clearance between damper and support frame 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop High temperature Rockwool compressed to half its original thickness D2 Walls Section Typical Fire Damper Detail - FRL 60/60/60 Steel Stud Wall Elevation Notes: Consult with Mechanical and Structural Engineers for details of methods of supporting damper at wall, especially if damper opening exceeds 600mm x 900mm. Refer to fire damper manufacturer for alternative or additional fixing details. D2.20 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

27 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details» Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - HVAC Penetrations 1 layer 13mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Damper body 50mm wide x 13mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop strip, laminated around damper opening 27mm IBS rod in 16mm gap covered with 5mm min fire grade sealant Damper framing angle Fire grade sealant behind framing angle 1 layer 13mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Deflection head track support use CS stud section for 200mm x 400mm damper Bullocks Fire Damper type 4900 style P 900mm H x 600mm W 22mm IBS rod in 12mm gap covered with 5mm min fire grade sealant Variation on treatment to top of 200mm H x 400mm W Bullocks Damper type 5650 style F 2 layers 13mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop CS stud framing Typical Fire Damper Detail - FRL 90/90/90 Steel Stud Wall 2 layers 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Damper body 50mm wide x 13mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop strip, laminated around damper opening if using partition system Ss3 27mm IBS rod in 16mm gap covered with 5mm min fire grade sealant Damper framing angle Bullocks Fire Damper type 4900 style P 900mm H x 600mm W 22mm IBS rod in 12mm gap covered with 5mm min fire grade sealant Variation on treatment to top of 200mm H x 400mm W Bullocks Damper type 5650 style F Fire grade sealant behind framing angle Deflection head track support use CS stud section for 200mm x 400mm damper 2 layers 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop CS stud framing Walls D2 Typical Fire Damper Detail - FRL 120/120/120 Steel Stud Wall BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 21

28 D2 Walls D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Access Panel Wall up to -/120/120 FRL Continuous 6 x 50mm 3M FS195 wrap strip adhered to panel 25mm 50mm min 8mm annular gap Access panel Frame opening in wall stud and track. Line with same thickness and number of layers of Boral fire rated plasterboard as used on face Screw laminated 3 x 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop Opening 600 x 600mm max 10 x 38mm gypsum laminating 300mm x 300mm ctrs Min 10mm Customwood (MDF) 6 x 50mm type 1 or type 2 gypsum 600mm ctrs max Plastic "snap caps" if required Access Panel Detail D2.22 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

29 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plasterboard Installation Top track Acoustic insulation if required Joints to be staggered 600mm max with joints on opposite face 1 layer 10mm or 13mm Boral Plasterboard Standard Core or Wet Area Plasterboard each side 200mm max ctrs on edges staggered CS 600mm max ctrs 200mm max 300mm max 300mm max ctrs in field of plasterboard Bottom track Pack to allow for 5-10mm gap between bottom of plasterboard and floor Fasteners 10-16mm from edge of sheet Non Fire Rated Steel Stud - Vertical Fixing - Single Layer Butt joint between framing members and backblocked to standard details Temporary block or permanent screw 200mm min No adhesive required at sheet ends and edges 1 layer 10mm or 13mm Boral Plasterboard Standard Core or Wet Area Plasterboard to each face. Stagger vertical joints 600mm min to both faces CS 600mm max ctrs Bottom track 230mm max Non Fire Rated Steel Stud - Horizontal Fixing - Single Layer Fasteners 10-16mm from sheet edges Acoustic insulation if required Pack to allow for 5-10mm max gap between bottom of plasterboard and floor Wallnuts of Boral Plasterboard Stud Adhesive 25mm dia x 15mm 230mm max ctrs Walls Note: For level 4 and 5 finish, butt joints to fall between framing members, otherwise butt joints may be fixed to studs. D2 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 23

30 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS» Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plasterboard Installation Top track CS max ctrs Studs bottomed in track 300mm Stagger joints in layers 600mm min vertical and 300mm min horizontal Tape and set joints to external layers only 2 layers 10mm or 13mm Boral Plasterboard Standard Core to each side as required Stagger joints in layers Acoustic insulation if required Fasteners to inner layers to be 25mm screw length 600mm max 600mm 200mm 300mm 300mm max in field of plasterboard Stagger fasteners 100mm (fasteners 45mm min screw length) 600mm max ctrs in first layers Do not fix plasterboard into top and bottom tracks Bottom track Fasteners 10mm - 16mm from edge of sheet Non Fire Rated Steel Stud - Horizontal Fixing - Multiple Layer Top track CS max ctrs Studs bottomed in track 2 layers 10mm or 13mm Boral Plasterboard Standard Core to each side as required 200mm Do not fix plasterboard into top and bottom tracks Tape and set joints to external layers only 300mm max in field of plasterboard Stagger joints in layers Acoustic insulation if required 600mm max 300mm Stagger fasteners 100mm (fasteners 45mm min screw length) Fasteners to inner layers to be 25mm screw length 200mm max ctrs on edges staggered Fasteners 10mm - 16mm from edge of sheet Bottom track D2 Walls Non Fire Rated Steel Stud - Vertical Fixing - Multiple Layer D2.24 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

31 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Base Details Boral Plasterboard Standard Core Steel stud 600mm ctrs max refer to architectural specification Skirting if required Bottom track 5mm - 10mm gap, max Continuous bead of acoustic sealant under plasterboard and track if required Wet area side Ceramic tiles Boral Plasterboard Wet Area lining Wet Area flashing cove adhered to sub floor with Wet Area flashing adhesive Flexible sealant relief joint Floor tiles Screed Bond breaker 5mm - 10mm Wet Area sealant Standard Non Fire Rated Wall Base Detail D2 Walls BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 25

32 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Head Details 600mm ctrs max Acoustic sealant if required 16mm 5-10mm Cornice or square set and tape, allow for deflection as required Trim as required Top track CS 600mm ctrs max Acoustic insulation if required 10mm or 13mm Boral Plasterboard Standard Core Standard Non Fire Rated Wall Head Detail Top Cross Rail Furring Channel Ceiling Type S screw Boral Plasterboard Wall Head Fixing to Suspended Ceiling Detail - Parallel to Furring Top Cross Rail Furring Channel Ceiling Toggle Bolt Notes: Screw Fixed Ceiling Systems. Where possible, fasteners should be fixed through the plasterboard ceiling into the steel furring channel above, using type S screws of adequate length. Where furring channels cannot be located, use toggle bolts or expanding type fasteners which secure above the ceiling. D2 Walls Boral Plasterboard Wall Head Fixing to Suspended Ceiling Detail - Perpendicular to Furring D2.26 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

33 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Control Joints Fix Boral Plasterboard to second stud not to end stud against wall Detail B 10mm Detail A Fastener Boral Plasterboard Standard Core or Wet Area Plasterboard CS stud 10mm min - 150mm max Beads of acoustic sealant if required Masonry wall (or other) Jointing Boral Plasterboard Standard Core or Wet Area Plasterboard CS studs 10mm max Stopping beads to suit Flexible sealant Masonry wall (or other) Bead of acoustic sealant if required Detail A Jointing Expansion joint (eg Rondo P35 shown) Boral Plasterboard Standard Core or Wet Area Plasterboard CS studs Control Joint Details Detail B D2 Walls BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 27

34 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Back-blocking 50mm 300mm 50mm Back-blocking between stitches Boral plasterboard D or S type screws Rondo Stitching Batten fixed with 4 x S type screws Back-blocking Using Stitching Batten Detail Door Details - Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls Boral Plasterboard Standard Core Door head trimmer Notes: Details shown are generic only. Check with specific door frame manufacturer for alternative detailing. Metal door frame Door Head Detail - Non Fire Rated Metal door frame D2 Walls Boxed studs at jambs Door Jamb Detail - Non Fire Rated Boral Plasterboard Standard Core D2.28 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

35 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Non Fire Rated Steel Framed Walls - Plumbing Penetrations Boral Plasterboard Wet Area lining Ceramic wall tiles Provide nogging to back of tap set and secure pipes Flexible sealant Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Sealant CS stud Boral Plasterboard Standard Core Plumbing pipes Typical Plumbing Penetration Detail - Section Boral Plasterboard Standard Core Provide nogging to back of tap set and secure pipes CS stud Ceramic wall tiles Flexible sealant Boral Plasterboard Wet Area lining Boral Plasterboard Wet Area Sealant Typical Plumbing Penetration Detail - Plan Notes: The following instructions must be followed to achieve satisfactory results: Care should be taken to isolate copper pipes away from contact with steel framing to avoid problems with corrosion. Plasterboard linings are not to act as supports for piping. Piping is to be kept clear of face sheets. Walls D2 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 29

36 D2 Walls D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS This page left blank intentionally. D2.30 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

37 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Plasterboard Installation Top plate Butt joints to fall on studs Stagger horizontal joints on opposite wall face 200mm min where joint is not backed by nogging 1 layer Boral Plasterboard Firestop to each face. Stagger joints 600mm min both faces 200mm 200mm Fasten plasterboard into top and bottom plates 200mm max ctrs on edges, staggered Type W screws to suit number of layers of plasterboard Screws 10-16mm min from sheet edges Timber 600mm max ctrs 300mm Acoustic insulation if required Bottom plate 300mm ctrs on studs in field of board Screws 10-16mm min from sheet edges Fire Rated Timber Stud - Horizontal Fixing - Single Layer Top plate Timber 600mm max ctrs Acoustic insulation if required 200mm Fasten plasterboard into top and bottom plates Joints to be staggered 600mm max with joints on opposite face Type W screws to suit number of layers of plasterboard 1 layer Boral Plasterboard Firestop each face 200mm 300mm 300mm max ctrs in field of plasterboard 200mm max ctrs on edges staggered Bottom plate Fasteners 10-16mm from edge of sheet Walls Fire Rated Timber Stud - Vertical Fixing - Single Layer D2 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 31

38 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS» Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Plasterboard Installation Top plate 2 layers Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop to each side Fasten plasterboard into top and bottom plates 200mm max ctrs on edges staggered Acoustic insulation if required Stagger joints in first layers 600mm min Timber 600mm max ctrs 600mm max 200mm 300mm 300mm max ctrs in field of plasterboard Tape and set joints to external layers only 600mm min Type W screws to suit number of layers of plasterboard 200mm Fasteners 10mm - 16mm from edge of sheet Bottom plate 600mm ctrs max in first layers Fire Rated Timber Stud - Vertical Fixing - Multiple Layer Top plate 2 layers Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop to each side Acoustic insulation if required Stagger joints in first layers 600mm min 200mm Stagger joints in outer layers 600mm min vertical and 300mm min horizontal 200mm max ctrs on edges staggered 300mm max ctrs in field of plasterboard Type W screws to suit number of layers of plasterboard Timber 600mm max ctrs 600mm max 300mm Tape and set joints to external layers only 600mm min Fix plasterboard into top and bottom plates D2 Walls Bottom plate 200mm Fire Rated Timber Stud - Mixed Orientation - Multiple Layer Fasteners 10mm - 16mm from edge of sheet 600mm ctrs max in first layers D2.32 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

39 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details» Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Plasterboard Installation Top plate 200mm Stagger horizontal joints between opposite inner linings by 200mm min or back with nogging Timber 600mm max ctrs 2 layers Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop to each side Stagger vertical joints in first layers 600mm min 200mm 600mm max 200mm 600mm ctrs max in first layers Fire Rated Timber Stud - Horizontal Fixing - Multiple Layer D2 Walls 200mm Tape and set joints to external layers only 200mm max ctrs on edges staggered Type W screws to suit number of layers of plasterboard Acoustic insulation if required 600mm 300mm 300mm max ctrs in field of plasterboard Fix plasterboard into top and bottom plates Bottom plate Fasteners 10mm - 16mm from edge of sheet Stagger joints in outer layers 600mm min vertical and 200mm min horizontal BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 33

40 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Wall Junctions Additional stud to support plasterboard corner as required Timber stud framing Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required to achieve FRL Single Timber Stud Wall Corner Junction Detail Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required to achieve FRL Timber stud framing Additional studs to support plasterboard corner as required Single Timber Stud Wall T Junction Detail Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required to achieve FRL Timber stud 35mm thick for FRL 60/60/60 45mm thick for FRL 90/90/90 Timber stud framing Boral Plasterboard Standard Core D2 Walls Single Timber Stud Fire Rated Wall to Non Fire Rated Wall T Junction Detail Fire sealant D2.34 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

41 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details» Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Wall Junctions Stud to support plasterboard corner Timber stud framing Additional studs to support plasterboard corner as required 20mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required to achieve FRL Twin Timber Stud Wall - Corner Junction Detail Timber stud framing Additional studs to support plasterboard corner as required 20mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required to achieve FRL Walls Twin Timber Stud Wall - T Junction Detail D2 BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 35

42 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS» Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Wall Junctions Studs staggered at not greater than 300mm ctrs Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required for the stated fire resistance level and fixed to standard fire resisting construction details Rondo PN 554, 50 x 50 x 0.75 BMT galv MS angle full height to all corners Provide extra stud for support at corner Staggered Timber Stud Wall - Corner Junction Detail Studs staggered at not greater than 300mm ctrs Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required for the stated fire resistance level and fixed to standard fire resisting construction details Provide extra stud for support at corner Rondo PN 554, 50 x 50 x 0.75 BMT galv MS angle full height to all corners D2 Walls Staggered Timber Stud Wall - T Junction Detail D2.36 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

43 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Base Detail 600mm ctrs max Skirting as required Continuous bead of acoustic sealant behind top/bottom plate if required Fill gaps with cornice adhesive or approved fire grade sealant. Max gap 10mm Standard Timber Stud Wall - Base Detail D2 Walls BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 37

44 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Head Details Soffit of equivalent FRL Cornice or square set as required Layers of Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required and fixed to standard fire rated details 600mm ctrs max Timber stud wall as required Standard Timber Stud Wall - Head Detail Soffit of equivalent FRL Min 16mm deep sealant 29mm IBS rod Min 5mm deep sealant Fasteners min 20mm below track flange min xxdt 75 track Alternative Sealant Detail Notes: Maximum FRL 120/120/120. Caulk all gaps with Boral Cornice Adhesive or fire grade sealant. Head track reaction and fastenings to Engineer s designs. Standard Timber Stud Wall - Deflection Head Detail Compressed Rockwool between battens and between roofing and top plate Roofing batten/purlin Non combustible sheet or tile roofing 30 x 5mm steel flats fixed to rafters and top of 1200mm ctrs max Rafter or truss cord D2 Walls Layers of Boral Plasterboard Firestop as required and fixed to standard fire rated details Standard Timber Stud Wall - Head to Roof Junction Detail Timber stud wall as required Note: Max FRL 120/120/120 D2.38 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

45 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Plumbing Penetrations Seal around pipe penetration with fire grade sealant Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Angle 35 x 35 x 0.75 BMT min fixed to 600mm max ctrs top and bottom 300mm max Fire grade sealant Flexible sealant Small bore brass/copper pipe or tap fitting 30mm dia max Nogging as required Timber support batten for pipes Ceramic tiles Baffles ex Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop screw laminated to wall lining. 1 layer 13mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop for FRL 60/60/60 2 layers 13mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop for FRL 90/90/90 2 layers 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop for FRL 120/120/120 Walls D2 300mm max Standard Fire Rated Timber Stud Wall Plumbing Pipe Penetration - Section Baffles ex Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop screw laminated to wall lining. 1 layer 13mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop for FRL 60/60/60 2 layers 13mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop for FRL 90/90/90 2 layers 16mm Boral Plasterboard Firestop for FRL 120/120/120 Timber max ctrs Timber support batten for pipes Flexible sealant 50mm max 7mm Ceramic tiles Standard Fire Rated Timber Stud Wall Plumbing Pipe Penetration - Plan Boral Plasterboard Firestop or Wet Area Firestop Fire grade sealant BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 39

46 D Installation Details Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Acoustic Details Plasterboard to cantilever no greater than 40mm Resilient Channel fixed adjacently in corner to allow ease of plasterboard fixing One or two layers of Boral plasterboard fixed horizontally to Resilient Channel. Plasterboard thickness and type selected as required to achieve required fire and/or acoustic performance. Plasterboard fixing details as per steel studs Resilient Channel fixed vertically to each stud with 6g x 32mm type W 600mm ctrs Note: Provide sufficient offset to ensure plasterboard screw does not bridge timber stud One or two layers of Boral plasterboard fixed vertically or horizontally to timber stud. Plasterboard thickness and type selected as required to achieve required fire and/or acoustic performance Resilient Channel Vertical Application - Corner Detail One or two layers of Boral plasterboard fixed vertically to Resilient Channel. Plasterboard thickness and type selected as required to achieve required fire and/or acoustic performance. Plasterboard fixing details as per steel studs One or two layers of Boral plasterboard fixed vertically or horizontally to timber stud. Plasterboard thickness and type selected as required to achieve required fire and/or acoustic performance Resilient Channel at bottom can be fixed with attachment flange up for ease of attachment Resilient 600mm max ctrs Fire/acoustic sealant as required both sides Locate Resilient Channel 100mm max above floor D2 Walls Resilient Channel Horizontal Application - Base Detail Notes: Resilient Channel to be located within 150mm of the ceiling. Extend Resilient Channel into all corners and attach to corner framing. Splice Resilient Channels directly over studs by inserting (not butting) the Resilient Channels and driving screw fastener through both flanges into the stud. D2.40 February 2009 BORAL PLASTERBOARD

47 Selector+ PLASTERBOARD SYSTEMS D Installation Details» Fire Rated Timber Framed Walls - Acoustic Details 80mm min Timber inserts fixed vertically between noggings. Alternatively, extra nogging can be fixed for attaching Sound Isolation Mounts 28mm Furring Channels fixed vertically to Sound Isolation Mounts 80mm min Sound Isolation Mount 1200mm max vertical ctrs and to every stud with 6g x 50mm W type screws One or two layers of Boral plasterboard fixed horizontally to Resilient Channel. Plasterboard thickness and type selected as required to achieve required fire and/or acoustic performance. Plasterboard fixing details as per steel studs One or two layers of Boral plasterboard fixed vertically or horizontally to timber stud. Plasterboard thickness and type selected as required to achieve required fire and/or acoustic performance Sound Isolation Mount - Corner Detail Furring Channel Sound Isolation Mount Bottom plate Fire/acoustic sealant as required both sides 100mm max Walls D2 Also applies at top plate Sound Isolation Mount - Base Detail BORAL PLASTERBOARD February 2009 D2. 41

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