5211RD
RONDO STUD & TRACK WALL FRAMING SYSTEM
1
GENERAL

If you have pre-customised this work section using the "questions and answers" provided as part of the downloading process, it may be necessary to amend some clauses to suit the final project-specific version.

 

The section must still be checked and customised to suit the project being specified, by removing any other irrelevant details and adding project-specific details and selections.

 

This section relates to the supply and installation of Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd Rondo steel stud and track sections, for internal light steel wall framing forming a Rondo steel stud drywall framing system, and Rondo masonry wall batten system.

Modify / expand this clause to suit requirements of the final version of the section.

 

Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd offer an engineering design service, delivering project specific documentation prior to consent and tender.  A detailed wind and seismic report as part of the consultant supplied information may be required in order to undertake a design.  If required a PS1 from an independent engineer can be provided for a fee, this process is facilitated by Rondo.  By contacting Rondo through the Masterspec work section support function, the design service can be coordinated with this specification section and other consultant documentation.  Rondo project specific documentation can be attached within the specification Contract Appendix.

 

The Rondo project specific documentation provides a similar level of documentation to shop drawings.  Shop drawings can be provided if the design service is not required.

 

Note: This section is not written for high internal wind pressures, such as might be found in high rise apartments.  Amend the section (and possibly lining sections) if this is required.

1.1
RELATED WORK

Refer to glazing section/s for glass type and thickness.

Refer to 4711 THERMAL INSULATION for thermal insulation materials

Refer to 4721 ACOUSTIC INSULATION for acoustic insulation materials

Refer to 5113 PLASTERBOARD LININGS for plasterboard linings

Refer to 5231 INTERIOR DOORS AND WINDOWS for doors

Delete cross references where full details of the element concerned are covered within this section.  Include cross references to other sections where these contain related work, such as lining materials other than plasterboard, or painting/decorating work.

1.2
ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS

Refer to the general section 1232 INTERPRETATION & DEFINITIONS for abbreviations and definitions used throughout the specification.

 

The following abbreviations apply specifically to this section:

BMT

Base Metal Thickness

FRR

Fire Resistance Rating

STC

Sound Transmission Class

Refer to general section 1232 INTERPRETATION & DEFINITIONS for abbreviations used throughout the specification.

Documents
1.3
DOCUMENTS

Refer to the general section 1233 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS.  The following documents are specifically referred to in this section:

AS/NZS 1170.1

Structural design actions - Permanent, imposed and other actions

AS/NZS 1170.2

Structural design actions - Wind action

NZS 1170.5

Structural design actions - Earthquake actions - New Zealand

AS 1397

Continuous hot dip metallic coated steel sheet and strip - Coatings of zinc and zinc alloyed with aluminium and magnesium

AS/NZS 2588

Gypsum plasterboard

NZS 4219

Seismic performance of engineering systems in buildings

AS/NZS 4600:2005

Cold-formed steel structures

ISO 140

Acoustics - Measurement of sound insulation in building and of building elements - Part 4: Field measurements of airborne sound insulation between rooms

AS/NZS 4600:2005 Amendment 1 is cited by NZBC, but AS/NZS 4600:2018 has not at the time of writing been cited by NZBC. This section uses the 2005 Amendment 1 version as an Acceptable Solution; consult with the BCA as to their requirements if you want to use the 2018 version as an Alternative Solution.

 

Delete from the DOCUMENTS clause any document not cited.  List any additional cited documents.

The following are related documents and if referred to in the work section need to be added to the list of DOCUMENTS.

NZBC C/AS1-AS2

Protection from fire

BRANZ BU 369

Fitting tolerances

BRANZ BU 519

Fasteners selection

1.4
MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER DOCUMENTS

Manufacturer and supplier documents relating to this part of the work:

Rondo Acoustic Wall & Ceiling Systems Manual

Rondo Duplex Stud System - Internal door, wall & glazing stud Framing booklet

Rondo Professional Design Manual

Rondo® Steel Stud Drywall Framing Systems Steel Framing Installation Guide

Rondo Steel Stud Installation Guide

List documents relating to this part of the work, i.e. technical product/system specifications, test reports, appraisals, certification, etc. Normally they will be referred to in the text by the abbreviated title.

 

Manufacturer/supplier contact details

Company:

Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd

Web:

www.rondo.co.nz

Email:

Steve.Hardy@rondo.co.nz

Telephone:

09 636 5110

It is important to ensure that all personnel on site have access to accurate, up to date technical information on the many products, materials and equipment used on a project.  In most cases individual products are not used in isolation, but form part of a building process. Also a particular manufacturer and/or supplier requirements for handling, storage, preparation, installation, finishing and protection of their product can vary from what might be considered the norm. Access to technical information can help overcome this potential problem.

Warranties
1.5
WARRANTY - MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER

Provide a material manufacturer/supplier warranty:

10 years

For Rondo branded products against defects in materials under normal use.

 

  • Provide this warranty on the manufacturer/supplier standard form.
  • Commence the warranty from the date of purchase

 

Refer to the general section 1237 WARRANTIES for additional requirements.

Modify or expand the clause to suit project or manufacturer/supplier requirements, options include:

  • Modify the form to be used
  • Commence the warranty from the date of practical completion of the contract works (check with the manufacturer/supplier)
Requirements
1.6
QUALIFICATIONS

Work to be carried out by trades people experienced, competent and familiar with the materials and techniques specified.

1.7
NO SUBSTITUTIONS

Substitutions are not permitted to any of the specified systems, components and associated products listed in this section.

1.8
RONDO SPECIFIC DESIGN DOCUMENTS

Refer to SELECTIONS for project specific design documentation by Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd, generally consisting of:

  • Plans of each floor showing all essential elements and dimensions, including allowance for structural movement.
  • Elevations of all partitions indicating type, individual materials and finishes.
  • Details of all junctions within the partitioning system and between the partitions and surrounding elements.
  • Details of all fixing methods and systems.
  • Confirmation of required fire and acoustic ratings, including associated baffles to ceiling/floor spaces.
  • hardware and accessories

Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd offer an engineering design service, delivering project specific documentation prior to consent and tender as an alternative to the Shop Drawing process.  A detailed wind and seismic report as part of the consultant supplied information may be required in order to undertake a design.

 

By contacting Rondo through the Masterspec work section support function, the design service can be coordinated with this specification section and other consultant documentation.  Rondo project specific documentation can be attached within the specification Contract Appendix.

1.9
SHOP DRAWINGS

Provide shop drawings for review.  Shop drawings to show, but not be limited to:

  • Plans of each floor showing all essential elements and dimensions, including allowance for structural movement.
  • Elevations of all partitions indicating type, individual materials and finishes.
  • Details of all junctions within the partitioning system and between the partitions and surrounding elements.
  • Details of all fixing methods and systems.
  • Confirmation of all required fire and acoustic ratings, including associated baffles to ceiling/floor spaces.
  • All associated services.
  • All hardware and accessories.

 

Refer to the general section 1235 SHOP DRAWINGS for the requirements for submission and review and the provision of final shop drawings.

The general section 1235 SHOP DRAWINGS describes the process of submission and review of shop drawings.  Use this clause to describe the specific requirements of what the required shop drawings are to include.

 

Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd offer an engineering design service, delivering project specific documentation prior to consent and tender as an alternative to the Shop Drawing process.

 

By contacting Rondo through the Masterspec work section support function, the design service can be coordinated with this specification section and other consultant documentation.  Rondo project specific documentation can be attached within the specification Contract Appendix.

 

Rerun the Q&A if required to obtain the Rondo design service clause content.  Delete this clause if using the Rondo design service.

1.10
SAMPLES

Refer to the general section 1270 CONSTRUCTION for details of how samples will be reviewed and how instructions to proceed will be given.  Provide the following samples for review:

 

Sample A

Sample B

Sample C

Sample description:

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Sample type:

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Number:

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Location:

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Supporting documentation:

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Reviewer:

Contract administrator

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Contract administrator

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Contract administrator

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Time for review:

10 working days ~

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Review criteria:

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The intention of this clause is to allow samples to be obtained that are not otherwise readily available to a reviewer.

 

Delete rows and columns not required or add "n/a".

Sample description:

Describe the sample, size etc.

Erect sample section of Rondo steel stud drywall framing systems.  Subject to confirmation in writing, the sample section may form part of the completed installation.

Amend or expand this clause as appropriate to the project, including requirements for incorporating other elements into the sample section.

Sample type:

Portable sample for review

Portable control sample

Fixed sample for review

Fixed control sample

 

Control samples define requirements for type and quality and are used for comparison purposes throughout the contract.

 

A "portable" sample is a sample that is easily movable, convenient for carrying. A "fixed" sample is a sample (semi) permanently placed. Expand on these terms as necessary.

Number:

State number of samples required, e.g. a minimum of three control samples - portable allow a sample to be retained on site with the other samples retained by the contract administrator and contractor.

Location:

Identify location of fixed samples, e.g. off site, on site, in situ

Supporting documentation:

Describe any additional documents required to support the review.

Reviewer:

 

Modify to suit the project, add additional reviewers if required.

Time for review:

Alter time if required.  Expand to state timing in relation to when and where the sample is provided, e.g. at first site meeting.

Review criteria:

For example:

- Appearance

- Texture

- Colour

Add any critical items. Provide clarity for work that is not dependent on the review to continue.

Compliance information
1.11
INFORMATION REQUIRED FOR CODE COMPLIANCE

Provide the following compliance documentation:

  • Manufacturer / supplier warranty
  • Producer Statement (PS3) - Construction from the applicator / installer
  • Producer Statement (PS4) - Construction Review from an acceptable suitably qualified person
  • Other information required by the BCA in the Building Consent Approval documents.

Producer Statements - Construction (PS3) required from installers that are required as a condition of carrying out this work.

Producer Statements - Construction Review (PS4) required from consultants to be engaged by the Contractor.

1.12
PRODUCER STATEMENT - DESIGN

Refer to SELECTIONS for an independent Producer Statement - Design (PS1).

A PS1 from an independent engineer can be provided for a fee.  Rondo are willing to facilitate this process.

Performance

Use these clauses only if specifying by performance.

NOTE: Even when specifying by brand it may still be necessary to include some reference to performance.

1.13
LOADING CODE REQUIREMENT

In some seismic areas the connection details may not be valid.  Refer to Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd for advice.

1.14
LOAD-CARRYING MEMBERS

Select sections that will satisfy the transverse, dead and live load requirements by complying with the manufacturer design data.  To AS/NZS 1170.1, AS/NZS 1170.2 and NZS 1170.5

Stud framed systems maybe suitable for load bearing applications by specific design.

1.15
FIRE RATING REQUIREMENT

Refer to appropriate lining board manufacturer technical literature for detailed instructions on installation of fire-rated drywall systems.

1.16
ACOUSTIC REQUIREMENT

To ISO 140.  Include all openings and penetrations and ensure absence of adjoining leak paths.  Refer to appropriate lining board manufacturer technical literature for detailed instructions on installation of acoustic drywall systems.

1.17
CERTIFICATION

Provide certificates and other evidence that the system complies with the standards of performance specified.

Specify for standard requirements unless there are particular design needs.  Most systems are available in 30, 60 and 120 minute fire resistance ratings and 30 through to 59dB sound transmission class ratings.

2
PRODUCTS
Materials
2.1
FURRING CHANNEL

Furring channels to AS/NZS 4600.  Steel Grade and zinc coating class G2 Z275 to AS 1397.

Used to batten over masonry and concrete walls, options to accommodate irregular wall surfaces and for acoustic requirements.

2.2
FURRING CHANNEL CLIPS

Furring channel clips, refer to SELECTIONS.

2.3
STEEL STUD SECTIONS

Rondo stud sections to AS/NZS 4600.  Steel Grade and zinc coating class G2 Z275 to AS 1397 with preformed service holes to stud webs and a range of BMT options.  Refer to SELECTIONS for type.

G2 refers to a steel grade designation under formability grades, Z275 refers to a zinc coating class with a coating mass of 275g/m².

 

Available in a range of widths (51mm, 64mm, 76mm, 92mm & 150mm) and BMT options (0.50, 0.55, 0.75 & 1.15).  Studs are designed to friction fit into tracks, with options for staggered studs within a larger track section for acoustic rated walls.

2.4
STEEL TRACK SECTIONS

Rondo track sections to AS/NZS 4600.  Steel Grade and zinc coating class G2 Z275 to AS 1397 with a range of widths and BMT options.  Refer to SELECTIONS for type.

Tracks accommodate the friction fitting of studs into the track system.  The tracks hold the studs in position until the lining board is fitted and also allow a slip joint for movement in the structure, for this reason the lining is not fixed into the track section unless specifically stated / detailed.

 

Options include standard wall tracks, flexible wall tracks, deflection head tracks and slotted deflection head tracks.  Deflection head tracks are required for wall heights of 4800mm or greater, or as a requirement of the project, for example where studs are located under concrete slabs.  There is no requirement to isolate the track sections from the slab unless specifically stated.  Track sections are nominally 3000mm long.

2.5
NOGGING TRACK

Rondo nogging track to AS/NZS 4600.  Steel Grade and zinc coating class G2 Z275 to AS 1397, with preformed holes for studs and services.  Refer to SELECTIONS.

Available to match track widths.

Designed to provide support to wall studs and prevent twisting of studs when wall linings are being fixed.  May be installed as a continuous nogging track (cut outs to accommodate studs) or individual nogs may be cut from the track.

2.6
FAST-FIX NOGGING

Rondo FAST-FIX Nogging® to AS/NZS 4600.  Steel Grade and zinc coating class G2 Z275 to AS 1397.

Used as an alternative to Rondo Nogging track.  Can be installed after the framing is complete, providing faster overall installation time for wall framing.  Positioned to one side of the stud.

2.7
TOP HAT SECTION

Rondo steel top hat section, refer to SELECTIONS.

Rondo top hat sections used to backfit into notches cut into studs, alternatively steel angles may be riveted to studs where studs have been notched out.  Refer to Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd for further details including limitations on notch sizes.

2.8
PARTITION MOUNT

704 partition Mount.

Used to connect wall track to DUO® Exposed Ceiling Grid System.

2.9
WEB CLEATS

Web cleat, 3.0mm thick, Steel Grade and zinc coating class G2 Z275 to AS 1397.  Refer to SELECTIONS for type.

Suitable for use with standard heavy duty stud/track connections if required for high lateral wall pressures.

2.10
ACCESS PANEL

Refer to SELECTIONS.

Rondo PANTHER® Access Panel Systems are designed for internal installation to provide access to services.

2.11
DOOR AND WINDOW SECTIONS

Pre-finished fixings and framing members for window and door framing.

Components
2.12
EXTRUDED ALUMINIUM TRACK

Extruded aluminium track sections.  Refer to SELECTIONS

Expand/modify clause to suit.  Rondo studs maybe used with extruded aluminium track sections designed to accommodate the stud profile and linings, typically providing visible aluminium trim.  The aluminium track section is used in place of the Rondo steel wall track section.

2.13
FIXINGS

Refer to SELECTIONS.

2.14
STAGGERED STUD SYSTEM CLIPS

Refer to SELECTIONS.

2.15
TIMBER NOGS

Refer to SELECTIONS.

Used to provide support to cupboards, hand rails, televisions etc.  Do not use CCA treated timber.

2.16
NOGGING BRACKET

Rondo 501 metal nogging bracket.

The nogging bracket is available in 2.4 m lengths and can be cut to suit extent of 17mm thick plywood required.  The bracket is screw fixed to the stud, the plywood is then fixed to the bracket.

2.17
PLYWOOD NOGS/BACKING

Refer to SELECTIONS.

17mm thick plywood fixed to studs with Rondo nogging bracket.  Do not use CCA treatment.

2.18
NEGATIVE DETAILING BEAD

Refer to SELECTIONS.

Delete when cross referencing to other sections.

2.19
CONTROL JOINT

Refer to SELECTIONS.

Delete when cross referencing to other sections.

Control joints are required in long continuous runs of walling (12m max. centres to plasterboard walls, 9m max. centres to cement based lining material) or where there are articulated or construction joints in the primary structure.

2.20
PLASTERBOARD

Gypsum plaster core encased in a face and backing paper formed to AS/NZS 2588.  Refer to SELECTIONS for type and thickness.

Expand this clause to cover a range of plasterboard types, or delete and cross reference to other work sections.

2.21
LINING BOARD

Refer to SELECTIONS for type, thickness and finish.

Delete or expand this clause to cover a range of lining board types, or delete and cross reference to other work sections.

2.22
INSULATION

Refer to SELECTIONS for type and thickness.

Complete this clause to cover a range of insulation types or delete and cross reference to other work sections.

Accessories
2.23
ACOUSTIC SEALANT

Acoustic sealant and seals to NZBC G6/AS1. Refer to SELECTIONS for location and type.

Complete this clause to cover a range of sealant and seal types, or delete and cross reference to other work sections. Refer to appropriate lining board manufacturer technical literature for acoustic sealant.

Finishes
2.24
FINISHES

Refer to SELECTIONS for type.

3
EXECUTION
Conditions
3.1
DELIVERY

Keep products dry in transit.  Take delivery of products dry and undamaged.  Reject all damaged product.

3.2
STORAGE

Store materials and accessories on a level, firm base, in dry conditions, protected from weather and damage. Cover to keep dry and protect from airborne contaminants such as acid and salt spray.

3.3
HANDLING

Avoid distortion and contact with potentially damaging surfaces/substances.  Do not drag Rondo steel stud framing across each other, or across other materials.  Protect edges, corners and surfaces from damage.

3.4
SUBSTRATE

Do not commence work until the substrate is of the standard required by the Rondo steel framing system for the specified installation, plumb, level and in true alignment.

3.5
PROTECT

Protect surfaces, cabinetwork, fittings, equipment and finishes already in place from the possibility of damage during the building process.

3.6
SETTING OUT

Set out the framing work true to line and square with allowance for wall linings, before starting erection.

Expand clause if required for curved wall installations.

Application
3.7
INSTALLATION - GENERAL

Installation to Rondo® Steel Stud Drywall Framing Systems Steel Framing Installation Guide, Rondo Professional Design Manual and Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd requirements.  Fix, erect and fit to finish rigid, plumb, square and true to line and face.

3.8
INSTALLATION - SPECIFIC

Refer to SELECTIONS for Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd project specific design documentation.

3.9
INSTALLATION - RONDO DUPLEX STUD SYSTEM

Installation to Rondo Duplex Stud System booklet and Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd requirements.

3.10
ISOLATE

Isolate dissimilar metals with neoprene sheeting, tape or pipe lagging.

Steel Stud Drywall Framing System
3.11
TOP & BOTTOM TRACK SECTIONS

Fit top and bottom tracks in position with fasteners at 600mm maximum centres and 100mm from the track ends.

3.12
STEEL STUD AND EXTRUDED ALUMINIUM TRACK - WALLS

Fix, erect and fit to finish rigid, plumb, square and true to line and face.

Expand on this clause to suit selected aluminium track sections requirements and Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd requirements.

3.13
CURVED WALLS

Position, fix, erect and fit using Rondo flexible track.  Position track fasteners as close to stud positions as possible.  Cut studs to length to suit requirements of the track section type.  Fit studs into the top and bottom tracks with the service holes starting from the bottom.  Provide fixings to the stud through both sides of the track.

Delete this clause if not required.  The stud centres should be reduced to suit the lining board manufacturer recommendations. Strengthening may be required where tracks span between purlins.

3.14
STUDS

Cut studs to length to suit requirements of track section type.  Fit studs into the top and bottom tracks with the service holes starting from the bottom.  Rotate the stud into position with studs orientated in the same direction.

The first and last studs of Rondo Quiet Stud wall maybe fixed to the track section with 8g Metal Tek screws for extra rigidity.

Use STUDS & NOGGING TRACK clause below if nogging tracks are required.  For internal partitioning subjected to 0.25kPa service loads nogging track is required where walls are lined on one side only and where walls are lined both sides and are above 4.4m in height or as required by the design.

Studs may be spliced to increase their length, modify clause to specifically exclude splicing if appropriate.

3.15
STUDS & NOGGING TRACK

Cut studs to length to suit requirements of track section type.  Fit nogging track into bottom track with flanges facing the floor.  Fit studs into pre-punch holes in the nogging track and into both the top and bottom tracks with the service holes starting from the bottom.  Rotate the stud into position with studs orientated in the same direction.  Lift and position nogging track and screw or crimp noggings to both flanges of the studs.

Use STUDS clause above if nogging track is not required.  For internal partitioning subjected to 0.25kPa service loads nogging track is required where walls are lined on one side only and where walls are lined both sides and are above 4.4m in height or as required by the design.

Studs may be spliced to increase their length, modify clause to specifically exclude splicing if appropriate.

3.16
ACOUSTIC CHASE WALLS

Fix, erect and fit to Rondo Professional Design Manual and Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd requirements.

Expand this clause to suit project requirements.

Acoustic Chase walls, two parallel walls with no bridging between.

3.17
BRIDGED CHASE WALLS

Fix, erect and fit to Rondo Professional Design Manual and Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd requirements.

Expand this clause to suit project requirements.

Bridged chase walls , used to accommodate large bore pipes, air conditioning ducts or similar services concealed between two lines of parallel wall framing.  The walls are cross braced at regular intervals.  The bracing can either be plasterboard, stud or track section.

3.18
QUIET STUD & NOGGING TRACK

Install to Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd requirements.  Cut out nogging track flanges to provide a 3mm minimum clearance to studs each side when installed.  Install track to the side of stud with the widest web profile.  Provide two rivets per stud/track connection.

tracks are installed on edge so as not to bridge the full width of the cavity between wall linings.

3.19
STAGGERED STUD SYSTEM - WALLS

Fix, erect and fit to Rondo® Steel Stud Drywall Framing Systems Steel Framing Installation Guide and Rondo Professional Design Manual.  Refer to SELECTIONS for stud clip type.

Staggered stud steel wall frame systems are designed to provide effective resistance to sound transmission and acoustic impact when lining boards are attached in various configurations.  An alternative acoustic solution to staggered stud wall system is the use of Rondo Quiet Studs.

3.20
OPENINGS

Frame up openings to Rondo® Steel Stud Drywall Framing Systems Steel Framing Installation Guide and Rondo Professional Design Manual.  Refer to SELECTIONS for stud type and configuration.

Boxed studs (0.50, 0.55 and 0.75 BMT) or back to back studs (1.15 BMT) are used to provide greater rigidity at openings and can accommodate window openings up to 1500mm in width and door openings up to 1000mm in width. For Larger openings use Duplex studs & fixing brackets.

3.21
FAST-FIX NOGGING

Fix to Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd requirements.

3.22
TIMBER NOGS

Prepare and position timber nogs and screw fix to Rondo® Steel Stud Drywall Framing Systems Steel Framing Installation Guide and Rondo Professional Design Manual.

Options for screw fixing are:

To screw fix through the web of stud, or

Screw fix with 35 x 35 x 0.70 Rondo steel angle at one end of the nog and screw fix through the web of the stud at the other.

Amend the clause to suit project requirements.

3.23
PLYWOOD NOGS/BACKING

Cut nogging bracket to length, position and screw fix to studs, screw fix plywood to nogging bracket to Rondo® Steel Stud Drywall Framing Systems Steel Framing Installation Guide and Rondo Professional Design Manual.

3.24
WEB CLEAT

Fix, erect and fit to Rondo® Steel Stud Drywall Framing Systems Steel Framing Installation Guide and Rondo Professional Design Manual.

Web cleats can be used to allow for higher than standard lateral wall pressures.  Delete if web cleats are not required.

3.25
ADDITIONAL SERVICE HOLES

Form additional service holes if required to Rondo® Steel Stud Drywall Framing Systems Steel Framing Installation Guide and Rondo Professional Design Manual, using a hole saw or similar.  Fit grommets to holes.

Hole sizes are dependent on stud sizes with limitations on size and spacing/separation.

3.26
GROMMETS

Fit grommets to all service holes that are not bell-mouthed.  Fit grommets to all service holes including bell-mouthed holes which contain water pipes.

Electrical services can be run through the preformed service holes of the 0.50, 0.55 and 0.75 BMT studs without requiring grommets (due to the flaring design of the hole).  Grommets are required to pre punched holes and any other holes formed through the stud.

3.27
STUD NOTCHING

Notch studs to Rondo® Steel Stud Drywall Framing Systems Steel Framing Installation Guide and Rondo Professional Design Manual.  Install Rondo top hat section or angle to notch locations, refer to SELECTIONS.

Notching may be provided to accommodate bath, shower detailing etc.  Contact Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd for notching limitations.

3.28
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMING

Fix, erect and fit window and door framing to drawings and to manufacturers' requirements.

Window and door framing require special detailing to prevent long term serviceability problems.  This detailing is in the form of additional fixings and framing members which carry the extra loadings in these areas.  Expand clause to suit.

3.29
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SERVICES

Fix, erect and fit to Rondo® Steel Stud Drywall Framing Systems Steel Framing Installation Guide and Rondo Professional Design Manual.

Copper and brass piping and fittings should be isolated from direct contact with the steel framing.

Generally services are run through the pre-punched service holes, additional service holes can be formed, with limitations on size and separation.

3.30
ACCESS PANEL

Install to Rondo Panther installation requirements.

3.31
INSULATION

Install insulation to insulation manufacturer and Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd requirements.

Expand/modify clause to suit project requirements.

Masonry Wall Batten System
3.32
FURRING CHANNEL

Fix to KEY-LOCK® installation guide and Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd requirements.

The installation guide covers the installation using a BETAGRIP ®  clip, modify this clause to suit project specific requirements and other clip selections.

Lining
3.33
LINING

Fix and finish lining boards to manufacturer and Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd requirements.  Fix wall lining to one side of the wall first with the lining screwed to the open side of the stud first.  Install services to the wall before lining the other side of the wall.  Do not fix linings into the track sections, stagger sheet joins to each side of the wall.

Delete when cross referencing to other sections, incorporate requirements in the separate section.  Modify this clause to suit.

 

The tracks allow a slip joint for movement in the structure, for this reason the lining is not fixed into the track section unless specifically stated / detailed.  Linings are installed with specific clearance to the structure, dependent on friction fit or deflection head track selection. Sheets may be installed horizontally or vertically.

3.34
CONTROL JOINT

Install control joint to Rondo technical specifications and lining manufacturer requirements.

Modify clause to nominate control joint type if using linings other than plasterboard.

Control joints are required in long continuous runs of walling (12m centres to plasterboard walls, 9m centres to cement based lining material) or where there are articulated or construction joints in the primary structure.  Delete when cross referencing to other sections.

Completion
3.35
REPLACE

Replace damaged or marked elements.

3.36
LEAVE

Leave installation free of any marks or blemishes.  Leave all work to the standard required by following procedures.

3.37
REMOVE

Remove debris, unused materials and elements from the site.

3.38
MAKE GOOD

Make good damage to surrounding surfaces.

4
SELECTIONS

For further details on selections go to www.rondo.co.nz

Substitutions are not permitted to the following unless stated otherwise.

Select the options to suit the project and delete options not specified.

Design documentation
4.1
RONDO SPECIFIC DESIGN

Document:

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Submitted:

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Available:

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Document:

Identify Rondo specific design documents

Submitted:

Building consent, tender (or both)

Available:

Specification Contract Appendix, or describe alternative.

4.2
PRODUCER STATEMENT - DESIGN

PS1:

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Available:

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A PS1 from an independent engineer can be provided for a fee, this process is facilitated by Rondo.

PS1:

Identify the producer statement - design (PS1)

Available:

Specification Contract Appendix, or describe alternative.

Materials
4.3
RONDO STEEL STUD AND TRACK WALL FRAMING SYSTEM - 51MM STUD

Location:

~

Wall stud:

~

Stud centres:

~

Framed openings:

Boxed studs

Wall Track:

~

Steel nogs:

~

Nogs:

~

Fixing:

~

Expand clause for:

  • Bridged chase walls , used to accommodate large bore pipes, air conditioning ducts or similar services concealed between two lines of parallel wall framing.  The walls are cross braced at regular intervals.  The bracing can either be plasterboard, stud or track section.
  • Acoustic Chase walls, two parallel walls with no bridging between.

 

Wall stud:

401 - 51mm x 0.50 BMT Stud with Hem

 

489 - 51mm x 0.75 BMT Stud

 

 

Stud centres:

Refer to design manual, including for walls used to support shelf loads.  Stud centres should not exceed 600mm unless specifically checked.  Stud centres should be reduced for curved walls.

 

 

Wall Track:

Select wall track type to suit project specific requirements, refer to options below.

 

 

Wall Track - Standard:

400 - 51mm x 28mm x 0.50 BMT with hem

 

490 - 51mm x 28mm x 0.70 BMT with hem

 

 

Wall Track - Flexible Track:

103 - 51mm flexible track (180mm min. radius)

 

 

Steel nogs:

222 - FAST-FIX Nogging®

 

503 - 51mm x 0.70 BMT nogging track

 

 

Timber nogs:

Timber nogs notched out at one end, used to provide support to cupboards, hand rails, televisions etc.  Describe timber nog to suit, do not use CCA treated timber.

 

 

Plywood nogs/backing:

17mm thick plywood with Rondo 501 nogging bracket.  Describe plywood to suit, do not use CCA treatment.  The nogging bracket is available in 2.4 m lengths and can be cut to suit extent of plywood required.  The bracket is screw fixed to the stud, the plywood is then fixed to the bracket.

 

 

Fixing:

Refer to design manual.

 

Standard detailing using boxed steel stud sections to trim openings in internal partitioning can accommodate window openings up to 1500 mm in width and door openings up to 1000 mm in width.

4.4
RONDO STEEL STUD AND TRACK WALL FRAMING SYSTEM - 64MM STUD

Location:

~

Wall stud:

~

Stud centres:

~

Framed openings:

~

Wall Track:

~

Steel nogs:

~

Nogs:

~

Fixing:

~

Expand clause for:

  • Bridged chase walls , used to accommodate large bore pipes, air conditioning ducts or similar services concealed between two lines of parallel wall framing.  The walls are cross braced at regular intervals.  The bracing can either be plasterboard, stud or track section.
  • Acoustic Chase walls, two parallel walls with no bridging between.

 

Wall stud:

112 - 64mm x 0.50 BMT Stud with Hem

 

491 - 64mm x 0.75 BMT Stud

 

661 - 64mm x 1.15 BMT Stud

 

 

Stud centres:

Refer to design manual, including for walls used to support shelf loads.  Stud centres should not exceed 600mm unless specifically checked.  Stud centres should be reduced for curved walls.

 

 

Framed openings:

Windows up to 1500mm wide & doors up to 1000mm wide, options include:

 

- Boxed studs - two (0.50, 0.75 BMT) studs fixed together to form a box section.

 

- Back to Back studs - two 1.15 BMT studs fixed back to back

 

- Duplex DU 64 stud & fixing brackets for larger openings, refer to manual.

 

 

Wall Track:

Select wall track type to suit project specific requirements, refer to options below.

 

 

Wall Track - Standard:

111 - 64mm x 28mm x 0.50 BMT with hem

 

492 - 64mm x 28mm x 0.70 BMT with hem

 

660 - 64mm x 32mm x 1.15 BMT track

 

 

Wall Track - Flexible Track:

104 - 64mm flexible track (200mm min. radius)

 

107 - 64mm deflection head flexible track

 

 

Wall Track - Deflection head track:

480 - 64mm x 50mm x 0.50 BMT deflection head track

 

497 - 64mm x 50mm x 0.70 BMT deflection head track

 

663 - 64mm x 50mm x 1.15 BMT deflection head track

 

 

Steel nogs:

222 - FAST-FIX Nogging®

 

504 - 64mm x 070 BMT nogging track

 

 

Timber nogs:

Timber nogs notched out at one end, used to provide support to cupboards, hand rails, televisions etc.  Describe timber nog to suit, do not use CCA treated timber.

 

 

Plywood nogs/backing:

17mm thick plywood with Rondo 501 nogging bracket.  Describe plywood to suit, do not use CCA treatment.  The nogging bracket is available in 2.4 m lengths and can be cut to suit extent of plywood required.  The bracket is screw fixed to the stud, the plywood is then fixed to the bracket.

 

 

Fixing:

Refer to design manual.

 

4.5
RONDO STEEL STUD AND TRACK WALL FRAMING SYSTEM - 76MM STUD

Location:

~

Wall stud:

~

Stud centres:

~

Framed openings:

~

Wall Track:

~

Steel nogs:

~

Nogs:

~

Fixing:

~

Expand clause for:

  • Bridged chase walls , used to accommodate large bore pipes, air conditioning ducts or similar services concealed between two lines of parallel wall framing.  The walls are cross braced at regular intervals.  The bracing can either be plasterboard, stud or track section.
  • Acoustic Chase walls, two parallel walls with no bridging between.

 

Wall studs:

403 - 76mm x 0.55 BMT Stud with Hem

 

493 - 76mm x 0.75 BMT Stud

 

671 - 76mm x 1.15 BMT Stud

 

 

Stud centres:

Refer to design manual, including for walls used to support shelf loads.  Stud centres should not exceed 600mm unless specifically checked.  Stud centres should be reduced for curved walls.

 

 

Framed openings:

Windows up to 1500mm wide & doors up to 1000mm wide, options include:

 

- Boxed studs - two (0.55, 0.75 BMT) studs fixed together to form a box section.

 

- Back to Back studs - two 1.15 BMT studs fixed back to back

 

- Duplex DU 76 stud & fixing brackets for larger openings, refer to manual.

 

 

Wall Track:

Select wall track type to suit project specific requirements, refer to options below.

 

 

Wall Track - Standard:

402 - 76mm x 28mm x 0.50 BMT with hem

 

494 - 76mm x 28mm x 0.70 BMT with hem

 

670 - 76mm x 32mm x 1.15 BMT track

 

 

Wall Track - Flexible Track:

105 - 76mm flexible track (230mm min. radius)

 

108 - 76mm deflection head flexible track

 

 

Wall Track - Deflection head tracks.

Refer to flexible track for deflection head options

482 - 76mm x 50mm x 0.50 BMT deflection head track

 

498 - 76mm x 50mm x 0.70 BMT deflection head track

 

673 - 76mm x 50mm x 1.15 BMT deflection head track

 

 

Steel nogs:

222 - FAST-FIX Nogging®

 

505 - 76mm x 0.70 BMT nogging track

 

 

Timber nogs:

Timber nogs notched out at one end, used to provide support to cupboards, hand rails, televisions etc.  Describe timber nog to suit, do not use CCA treated timber.

 

 

Plywood nogs/backing:

17mm thick plywood with Rondo 501 nogging bracket.  Describe plywood to suit, do not use CCA treatment.  The nogging bracket is available in 2.4 m lengths and can be cut to suit extent of plywood required.  The bracket is screw fixed to the stud, the plywood is then fixed to the bracket.

 

 

Fixing:

Refer to design manual.

4.6
RONDO STEEL STUD AND TRACK WALL FRAMING SYSTEM - 92MM STUD

Location:

~

Wall stud:

~

Stud centres:

~

Framed openings:

~

Wall Track:

~

Steel nogs:

~

Nogs:

~

Fixing:

~

Expand clause for:

  • Bridged chase walls , used to accommodate large bore pipes, air conditioning ducts or similar services concealed between two lines of parallel wall framing.  The walls are cross braced at regular intervals.  The bracing can either be plasterboard, stud or track section.
  • Acoustic Chase walls, two parallel walls with no bridging between.

 

Wall studs:

251 - 92mm x 0.55 BMT Stud with Hem

 

495 - 92mm x 0.75 BMT Stud

 

681 - 92mm x 1.15 BMT Stud

 

 

Stud centres:

Refer to design manual, including for walls used to support shelf loads.  Stud centres should not exceed 600mm unless specifically checked.  Stud centres should be reduced for curved walls.

 

 

Framed openings:

Windows up to 1500mm wide & doors up to 1000mm wide, options include:

 

- Boxed studs - two (0.55, 0.75 BMT) studs fixed together to form a box section.

 

- Back to Back studs - two 1.15 BMT studs fixed back to back

 

- Duplex DU 92 stud & fixing brackets for larger openings, refer to manual.

 

 

Wall Track:

Select wall track type to suit project specific requirements, refer to options below.

 

 

Wall Track - Standard:

250 - 92mm x 28mm x 0.50 BMT with hem

 

496 - 92mm x 28mm x 0.70 BMT with hem

 

680 - 92mm x 32mm x 1.15 BMT track

 

 

Wall Track - Flexible Track:

106 - 92mm flexible track (280mm min. radius)

 

109 - 92mm deflection head flexible track

 

 

Wall Track - Deflection head tracks:

483 - 92mm x 50mm x 0.50 BMT deflection head track

 

499 - 92mm x 50mm x 0.70 BMT deflection head track

 

683 - 92mm x 50mm x 1.15 BMT deflection head track

 

 

Wall Track - Slotted deflection head track (MAXItrack®):

S499 - 92mm x 0.70 BMT slotted deflection head track

 

S683 - 92mm x 1.15 BMT slotted deflection head track

 

 

Steel nogs:

222 - FAST-FIX Nogging®

 

506 - 92mm x 0.70 BMT nogging track

 

 

Timber nogs:

Timber nogs notched out at one end, used to provide support to cupboards, hand rails, televisions etc.  Describe timber nog to suit, do not use CCA treated timber.

 

 

Plywood nogs/backing:

17mm thick plywood with Rondo 501 nogging bracket.  Describe plywood to suit, do not use CCA treatment.  The nogging bracket is available in 2.4 m lengths and can be cut to suit extent of plywood required.  The bracket is screw fixed to the stud, the plywood is then fixed to the bracket.

 

 

Fixing:

Refer to design manual.

4.7
RONDO STEEL STUD AND TRACK WALL FRAMING SYSTEM - 150MM STUD

Location:

~

Wall stud:

691 - 150mm x 1.15 BMT Stud

Stud centres:

~

Framed openings:

Back to Back studs

Wall Track:

~

Steel nogs:

~

Nogs:

~

Fixing:

~

Expand clause for:

  • Bridged chase walls , used to accommodate large bore pipes, air conditioning ducts or similar services concealed between two lines of parallel wall framing.  The walls are cross braced at regular intervals.  The bracing can either be plasterboard, stud or track section.
  • Acoustic Chase walls, two parallel walls with no bridging between.

 

Stud centres:

Refer to design manual, including for walls used to support shelf loads.  Stud centres should not exceed 600mm unless specifically checked.  Stud centres should be reduced for curved walls.

 

 

Wall Track:

Select wall track type to suit project specific requirements, refer to options below.

 

 

Wall Track - Deflection head tracks:

Refer to flexible track for deflection head options

510 - 150mm x 50mm x 0.75 BMT deflection head track

 

690 - 150mm x 50mm x 1.15 BMT deflection head track

 

 

Wall Track - Slotted deflection head track (MAXItrack®):

S510 - 150mm x 0.75 BMT slotted deflection head track

 

S690 - 150mm x 1.15 BMT slotted deflection head track

 

 

Wall Track - Flexible Track:

110 - 150mm deflection head flexible track (475mm min. radius)

 

 

Steel nogs:

222 - FAST-FIX Nogging®

 

507 - 150mm x 075 BMT nogging track

 

 

Timber nogs:

Timber nogs notched out at one end, used to provide support to cupboards, hand rails, televisions etc.  Describe timber nog to suit, do not use CCA treated timber.

 

 

Plywood nogs/backing:

17mm thick plywood with Rondo 501 nogging bracket.  Describe plywood to suit, do not use CCA treatment.  The nogging bracket is available in 2.4 m lengths and can be cut to suit extent of plywood required.  The bracket is screw fixed to the stud, the plywood is then fixed to the bracket.

 

 

Fixing:

Refer to design manual.

4.8
RONDO STDC RESILIENT MOUNT

Location:

~

Mount:

Rondo STDC Resilient Mount

Mounting height:

~

Designed to provide lateral support to framing that is unable to clear span the required height when built adjacent to masonry or concrete walls.  The mount provides a connection between the stud and solid wall, with the mount maintaining a degree of acoustical isolation.  Refer to Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd for design requirements.

4.9
EXTRUDED ALUMINIUM TRACK

Location:

~

Aluminium Track:

~

Fixings:

~

Describe to suit, amend clause as required to replace Rondo wall tracks with extruded aluminium head track.

4.10
RONDO DUPLEX STUD SYSTEM

Location:

~

Wall stud:

~

Stud centres:

~

Wall track:

~

Steel nogs:

~

Fixing brackets:

562 Universal DUPLEX Stud Bracket and header bracket to suit stud selection.

Fixing:

~

The RONDO DUPLEX Stud System can be used as a wall stud where the use of standard steel studs would require installation at closer centres.  The system also provides an alternative to boxed stud configurations trimming openings.  Less product, resulting from the installation of one member as compared to two boxed members, allows for quicker installations.

Expand clause for:

  • Chase walls, used to accommodate large bore pipes, air conditioning ducts or similar services concealed between two lines of parallel wall framing.  The walls are cross braced at regular intervals.  The bracing can either be plasterboard, stud or track section.
  • Acoustic Chase walls, two parallel walls with no bridging between.

 

Wall stud:

DU64 - 64mm (w) x 60mm Rondo DUPLEX stud® x 0.70 BMT

 

DU76 - 76mm (w) x 60mm Rondo DUPLEX stud® x 0.70 BMT

 

DU92 - 92mm (w) x 60mm Rondo DUPLEX stud® x 0.70 BMT

 

 

Wall track:

Select wall track type to suit project specific requirements, refer to options below.

 

 

Wall track - standard:

492 - 64mm (w) x 28mm (h) x 0.70BMT wall track (hemmed)

 

494 - 76mm (w) x 28mm (h) x 0.70BMT wall track (hemmed)

 

496 - 92mm (w) x 28mm (h) x 0.70BMT wall track (hemmed)

 

 

Deflection head track:

497 - 64mm (w) x 50mm (h) deflection head track with hem

 

498 - 76mm (w) x 50mm (h) deflection head track with hem

 

499 - 92mm (w) x 50mm (h) deflection head track with hem

 

 

Slotted deflection head track:

S497 - 64mm (w) x 0.70BMT slotted deflection head track

 

S498 - 76mm (w) x 0.70BMT slotted deflection head track

 

S499 - 92mm (w) x 0.70BMT slotted deflection head track

 

 

Steel nogs:

214 - 64mm (w) x 0.70BMT double punched nogging track

 

215 - 76mm (w) x 0.70BMT double punched nogging track

 

216 - 92mm (w) x 0.70BMT double punched nogging track

 

222 - FAST-FIX Nogging®

 

 

Fixing brackets:

564 - Header bracket to suit 64mm DUPLEX Stud

 

567 - Header bracket to suit 76mm DUPLEX Stud

 

569 - Header bracket to suit 92mm DUPLEX Stud

 

 

Fixing:

Refer to Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd.

4.11
RONDO QUIET STUD ACOUSTIC WALL FRAMING SYSTEM

Location:

~

Wall stud:

~

Stud centres:

~

Wall Track:

~

Steel nogs:

~

Nogs:

~

Fixing:

~

Acoustic sealant:

~

The Rondo Professional Design Manual details the use of Rondo Quiet Stud for internal, non-loadbearing walls.  Consult with Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd for window and door detailing.

Rondo Quiet Stud:

GQST - 92mm x 0.55 BMT

 

GQST75 - 92mm x 0.75 BMT

 

 

Stud centres:

450mm or 600mm

 

 

Wall Track:

250 - 92mm x 28mm x 0.50 BMT with hem

 

 

Deflection head track:

499 - 92mm x 50mm x 0.70 BMT

 

 

Steel nogs:

506 - 92mm x 0.70 BMT nogging track.  Track riveted to side of stud, so as not to bridge between wall linings.

 

222 - FAST-FIX Nogging® - with fixings to largest width of stud surface.

 

 

Timber/plywood nogs:

18mm maximum thickness ply or timber nog on edge, screw fixed. Describe nog to suit, do not use CCA treatment.

 

 

Fixing:

Refer to design manual.

4.12
RONDO STEEL STUD AND TRACK STAGGERED STUD SYSTEM

Location:

~

Wall stud:

~

Stud centres:

~ staggered set out

Wall track:

~

Steel nogs:

~

Nogs:

~

Stud clips:

~

Fixing:

~

Alternative acoustic solution to the staggered stud system include the use of Rondo QUIET STUD®, which will achieve similar results to the staggered stud system (with easier installation and greater wall stud heights) or the construction of acoustic chase walls (two separate lines of framing to provide acoustic separation).

Lipped wall studs:

401 - 51mm x 0.50 BMT Stud with Hem

 

112 - 64mm x 0.50 BMT Stud with Hem

 

403 - 76mm x 0.55 BMT Stud with Hem

 

251 - 92mm x 0.55 BMT Stud with Hem

 

489 - 51mm x 0.75 BMT Stud

 

491 - 64mm x 0.75 BMT Stud

 

493 - 76mm x 0.75 BMT Stud

 

495 - 92mm x 0.75 BMT Stud

 

511 - 150mm x 0.75 BMT Stud

 

661 - 64mm x 1.15 BMT Stud

 

671 - 76mm x 1.15 BMT Stud

 

681 - 92mm x 1.15 BMT Stud

 

 

Stud centres:

Refer to design manual, including for walls used to support shelf loads. Stud centres should not exceed 600mm unless specifically checked. Stud centres should be reduced for curved walls.

 

 

Wall Track:

Select wall track type to suit project specific requirements, refer to options below.

 

 

Wall Track - Standard:

111 - 64mm x 28mm x 0.50 BMT with hem

 

402 - 76mm x 28mm x 0.50 BMT with hem

 

250 - 92mm x 28mm x 0.50 BMT with hem

 

490 - 51mm x 28mm x 0.70 BMT with hem

 

492 - 64mm x 28mm x 0.70 BMT with hem

 

494 - 76mm x 28mm x 0.70 BMT with hem

 

496 - 92mm x 28mm x 0.70 BMT with hem

 

660 - 64mm x 32mm x 1.15 BMT track

 

670 - 76mm x 32mm x 1.15 BMT track

 

680 - 92mm x 32mm x 1.15 BMT track

 

 

Wall Track - Flexible Track:

104 - 64mm flexible track

 

105 - 76mm flexible track

 

106 - 92mm flexible track

 

107 - 64mm deflection head flexible track

 

108 - 76mm deflection head flexible track

 

109 - 92mm deflection head flexible track

 

110 - 150mm deflection head flexible track

 

 

Wall Track - Deflection head tracks:

Refer to flexible track for deflection head options

480 - 64mm x 50mm x 0.50 BMT deflection head track

 

482 - 76mm x 50mm x 0.50 BMT deflection head track

 

483 - 92mm x 50mm x 0.50 BMT deflection head track

 

488 - 51mm x 50mm x 0.70 BMT deflection head track

 

497 - 64mm x 50mm x 0.70 BMT deflection head track

 

498 - 76mm x 50mm x 0.70 BMT deflection head track

 

499 - 92mm x 50mm x 0.70 BMT deflection head track

 

510 - 150mm x 50mm x 0.75 BMT deflection head track

 

663 - 64mm x 50mm x 1.15 BMT deflection head track

 

673 - 76mm x 50mm x 1.15 BMT deflection head track

 

683 - 92mm x 50mm x 1.15 BMT deflection head track

 

690 - 150mm x 50mm x 1.15 BMT deflection head track

 

 

Wall Track - Slotted deflection head track (MAXItrack®):

S497 - 64mm x 0.70 BMT slotted deflection track

 

S498 - 76mm x 0.70 BMT slotted deflection track

 

S499 - 92mm x 0.70 BMT slotted deflection track

 

S510 - 150mm x 0.75 BMT slotted deflection track

 

S663 - 64mm x 1.15 BMT slotted deflection track

 

S673 - 76mm x 1.15 BMT slotted deflection track

 

S683 - 92mm x 1.15 BMT slotted deflection track

 

S690 - 150mm x 1.15 BMT slotted deflection track

 

 

Steel nogs:

222 - FAST-FIX Nogging®

 

 

Timber nogs:

Timber nogs notched out at one end, used to provide support to cupboards, hand rails, televisions etc. Describe timber nog to suit, do not use CCA treated timber.

 

timber nog fixing options:

 

- Screw fix through web of stud.

 

- Screw fix with 35 x 35 x 0.70 Rondo steel angle at one end.

Plywood nogs/backing:

17mm thick plywood with Rondo 501 nogging bracket. Describe plywood to suit, do not use CCA treatment. The nogging bracket is available in 2.4 m lengths and can be cut to suit extent of plywood required. The bracket is screw fixed to the stud, the plywood is then fixed to the bracket.

 

 

Stud clips:

Options include:

 

126 staggered Stud Clip (Acoustic)

 

Rondo 140 furring channel track

 

 

Fixing:

Refer to design manual.

4.13
RONDO WEB CLEAT

Location:

~

Base bracket:

Web cleat 201 base bracket (92mm x 3.0mm)

Head bracket:

Web cleat 203 slotted head bracket (92mm x 3.0mm)

Fixings:

~

Fixings:

Describe to suit.

Suitable for use with standard heavy duty stud/track connections if required for high lateral wall pressures.  Delete if not required.

4.14
RONDO TOP HAT SECTION

Location:

~

Type:

~

Fixings:

~

Type:

Select to suit size requirements.

Fixings:

Describe to suit.

Rondo top hat sections used to backfit into notches cut into studs, alternatively steel angles may be riveted to studs where studs have been notched out.  Refer to Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd for further details and dimensional limitations.

4.15
RONDO MASONRY WALL BATTEN SYSTEM - ACOUSTIC MOUNTS

Location:

~

Furring Channel:

Rondo 129 Furring Channel

Channel centres:

~

Channel clip:

~

Cavity:

50mm cavity

Channel clip:

STWC Furring Channel Clip at 1200mm centres

 

BG03 Furring Channel Clip at 1200mm centres

Refer to Rondo Acoustic Wall and Ceiling Systems Manual for a full description of the system and tested STC ratings (63 STC & 64 STC ratings with batten system to one side of a core filled masonry wall, with an 73 STC rating with batten system to both sides of a core filled masonry wall, when system completed with required plasterboard linings and insulation).

4.16
RONDO MASONRY WALL BATTEN SYSTEM - ADJUSTABLE CLIPS

Location:

~

Furring Channel:

~

Clip:

~

 

Furring Channel:

Rondo 308 with clips at 900mm centres 6mm furring channel

 

Rondo 129 with clips at 1200mm centres 28mm furring channel

Clip:

A239 Adjustable Clip

 

 

 

Other clip options:

 

Betagrip Clip BG01

 

282 Direct Fix Clip

 

BG02 Long Clip

 

BG03 Acoustic Mount with Anchor Clip

 

BG03-NTB Acoustic Mount without Anchor Clip

 

BG05 Betafil Double Membrane Insulation Clip

Used to provide battening to irregular wall/substrate surfaces.

4.17
INSULATION

Location:

~

Brand:

~

Thickness:

~

Delete when cross referencing to other sections.

4.18
NEGATIVE DETAILING BEAD

Location:

~

Type:

~

Type:

e.g. Rondo® P50 Shadowline stopping bead

Delete when cross referencing to other sections.

4.19
PLASTERBOARD

Location:

~

Brand:

~

Type:

~

Thickness:

~mm

Finish:

~

Delete when cross referencing to other sections.

4.20
LINING BOARD

Location:

~

Brand:

~

Type:

~

Thickness:

~mm

Finish:

~

Delete when cross referencing to other sections.

4.21
CONTROL JOINT

Location:

~

Type:

~

Location:

Provide P35 flexible Control joint for plasterboard linings :

 

- At locations where there are articulated or construction joints in the primary structure.

 

- 12m centres to plasterboard walls.

 

- 9m centres to cement based lining material

Type:

Rondo P35 flexible Control joint for plasterboard linings.

4.22
RONDO ACCESS PANEL

Location:

~

Brand:

Rondo PANTHER® Access Panel Systems

Type:

~

Size:

~

Lock:

~

Refer to Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd to confirm selection, all panels are available in custom sizes to order.

Type:

Description & dimensions

flanged - refers to metal perimeter trim

Set bead - allows for stopping to panel edge perimeter.

Metal faced MFAP FE

Slimline Metal-face door, flanged

 

300 x 300mm, 450 x 450mm, 550 x 550mm, 600 x 600mm

Metal faced MFAP SB

Slimline Metal-face door, set bead

 

300 x 300mm, 450 x 450mm, 550 x 550mm, 600 x 600mm

Special Tile Access Panel

To accommodate tiles to door face. Refer to Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd to confirm selection.

 

 

Lock type

Dependant on panel type, options include square key budget lock, numbered key cam-lock, concealed touch latch or a magnetic catch.

4.23
RONDO ACCESS PANEL - SOUND RATED

Location:

~

Brand:

Rondo PANTHER® Access Panel Systems

Type:

~

Size:

~

Lock:

~

Refer to Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd to confirm selection, all panels are available in custom sizes to order.

Type:

Description & dimensions

flanged - refers to metal perimeter trim

Set bead - allows for stopping to panel edge perimeter.

Sound rated SRAP FE

Sound rated, polymer frame, flanged

 

300 x 300mm, 450 x 450mm, 530 x 530mm

Sound rated SRAP SB

Sound rated, polymer frame, set bead

 

300 x 300mm, 450 x 450mm, 530 x 530mm

Lock type

Dependant on panel type, options include square key budget lock, numbered key cam-lock, concealed touch latch or a magnetic catch.

4.24
ACOUSTIC SEALANT

Location:

~

Type:

~

Complete this clause to cover a range of sealant and seal types, or delete and cross reference to other work sections. Refer to appropriate lining board manufacturer technical literature for acoustic sealant.

4.25
FINISHES

Location:

~

Type:

~

Add details of any site-applied finishes here, or cross reference to the painting section/s or 6751 WALLPAPER FINISHES.

Performance
4.26
FIRE RATED SYSTEMS

FRR:

~ / ~ / ~ minutes

Location:

~

Delete when cross referencing to other sections.

4.27
ACOUSTIC RATED SYSTEMS

STC:

~

Location:

~

Delete when cross referencing to other sections.