06.410.1312: Expansion Joint, Tile on mortar bed This detail illustrates an expansion joint in a tile floor laid on a cured reinforced mortar bed over a concrete or wood substrate, with a cleavage membrane separating the tile assembly from the substrate. The expansion joint is installed through the tile and through the mortar bed, all [...]
06.130.1302: Floor Tile Expansion Joint - Over Concrete Control Joint This detail shows a tile expansion joint in floor system made up of tile adhered to a concrete subfloor using a dry-set or latex-modified portland cement mortar bond coat. A 1/4" wide saw cut is made at the existing crack in the concrete to form [...]
06.130.1301: Floor Tile Expansion Joint This detail shows a tile expansion joint in floor system made up of tile laid in a mortar bed, adhered to the cured mortar bed using a dry-set or latex-modified portland cement mortar bond coat. The mortar bed is reinforced with 2" x 2" wire mesh, and an antifracture or [...]
06.130.1300: Wall And Floor Tile - Thinset, Corner Condition This detail shows tile floor and walls laid using a thin-set method. The tile is adhered to the substrate using a dry-set or latex-modified portland cement mortar bond coat. Expansion joints are provided at every change in plane, i.e. wall-to-wall and wall-to-floor. This detail is based [...]
02.120.1101: Column Connection Details - Option 1 This detail shows a the connection of a loadbearing CMU wall to a steel column as part of a hybrid masonry and steel structural system. The CMU is anchored to the column with a 16 ga. x 1 1/2" wide strap anchor. Fireproofing on the steel is not [...]
02.010.1311: Control Joint This detail shows a vertical control joint at intersecting CMU walls. The debonded shear anchor ties the walls together, but also allows the intersecting wall to shrink back from the continuous wall, as the anchor moves along its track. There is horizontal joint reinforcement at 16" o.c. vertically in the wall (not [...]
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