06.110.0415: Tile Shower Assembly

06.110.0415: Tile Shower Assembly This detail shows a tiled shower assembly based on TCNA method B415. It illustrates metal stud backing, cement backer board keyed into the mortar bed at the base and fastened to the studs beginning 3 inches above top of finished curb, minimum. It shows a floated curb pitched 1/4" toward the shower, [...]

06.410.1312: Expansion Joint, Tile on mortar bed

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 [...]

06.130.0502: Tile on Wood Stairs

06.130.0502: Tile on Wood Stairs This detail shows ceramic tile set on wood treads and risers using the mortar bed method. DOWNLOAD Detail

06.130.0104: Tile to Carpet Transition

06.130.0104: Tile to Carpet Transition This detail shows ceramic tile floor set on a cured mortar bed, and an adjacent floor finish of carpet, with a modular ramp threshold assembly at the transition between the two finishes. DOWNLOAD DETAIL

06.410.0111: The Bonding Patterns

06.410.0111: The Bonding Patterns This diagram shows sample bonding patterns for large format tile.  In each diagram, the larger tiles represent tiles larger than 15 inches on one side.  Designers should use caution when using tiles larger than 15 inches on one side and offset bonding greater than 33%, as excessive offsets may result in [...]

06.130.0501: Base / cove alternatives

06.130.0501: Base / cove alternatives This set of diagrams show alterative options to handle the transition of a tile assembly between wall and floor, illustrating a flush cove base, lipped cove base, and simple square base condition.  When using a coved base, the horizontal leg of the cove should reside flush or slightly above the [...]

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