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” AS 16842-2010, TABLE 7.2 ‘TONGUED AND GROOVED BOARDS FOR NON-TRAFFICABLE ROOFS Minimom thickness of boards, mm Visual | ce otsupportsmm Timber grade Spacing of supports, mm 450 [ 600 | 900 | 1200 Standard u [5 | w [2m [AS 2796.1. | Western Austealian hardwoods Select 0) seria esta ea South-castem Australian | Standard w [3 | iw | m AS 2796.1 hardwoods Seleet ufe lo | 2 \North-castern Australian | Standard wo |i | iw | 2 AS2796.1 E hardwoods Seleet foes (eee | eer) AS 4785.1 | Radia One grade is | 2 | 26 AS 1810 | Cypress Grae landGrde2| 12 | 1s | 21 | 27 ASATES.1_ | Softwood Standardand Select | 12 | 15 | 21 | 26 Hardwood 2 AS27961 | gensity less than S60 kg/m!) | 48.4785.1, | Softwood | nn Pees | 2 | 2s Hardwood (density greater 8827961 | han, of equal to, S60 kein’) NOTES! 1 Where batens are used and size forthe rater spacing, Hining isnot considered structural 2. Finger jointing i permitted. 3 Allowance has been made for light sanding. Structural plywood for non-trafficable roof decking Structural plywood used for non-trafficable roof decking shall be in accordance with Table 7.3. TABLE 7.3 STRUCTURAL PLYWOOD TO AS/NZS 2269.0 FOR NON-TRAFFICABLE ROOFS Maximum rafter wood thickness, mm or truss spacing. | Stress grade mm re FL Fis ‘300 8 2 2 900 16 15 1s 200 9 7 16 TNOTE: Allowance has been made for light sanding Plywood sheets shall be laid with the grain of the face ply parallel to the span, and shall be continuous over at least two spans. Tabulated spacing shall be reduced by 25% if supported over one span only. Edges of sheets that are not tongued and grooved shall be supported Structural plywood shall be fixed to all end and intermediate supports in accordance with Table 7.4 worn standards 79.20 (© Standards Australia AS 1684.2—2010 100 TABLE 7.4 MINIMUM FIXING REQUIREMENTS FOR STRUCTURAL PLYWOOD NON-TRAFFICABLE ROOFS ‘Wind classification Connector type | Ni or N2 NB Ne 2.8 mm B «75 mm amtereun sling} Nog 4omm | No.8x40omm | No.8x50mm com haneete 7 NOTE: Fixings in this Table are applicable to timber species of minimum joint srength J4 or D4 and to plywood up 4020 mm thick, 7.3.4 Loads on ceilings ‘The member sizes given for ceiling joists, hanging beams, and similar members, are suitable for the support of normal ceiling loads and linings. Where ceiling framing is required to support other loads including ladder or stair systems, storage, hot water systems or similar building services, the framing shall be designed in accordance with AS 1720.1 (ee also Clause 7.2.2) 73.5 Binders Binders may be required in ceilings to provide lateral restraint to external walls. Where required, they shall be a minimum of 35 x 70 mm, Requirements for lateral restraint of external walls are specified in Clause 6.2.5 7.3.6 Ceiling joists ‘The size of ceiling joists shall be determined from Span Table 21 (without overbatten) or Span Table 22 (with overbatten) of the Supplements. Overbattens shall be a minimum of 35 «70 mm FS, Design parameters for ceiling joists shall be as shown in Figure 7.19, © Standards Australia wor standards 19 a4 101 AS 16842-2010, Continuous Henging span joist pega Overbatten, 7 A fatter required Single-span—/ joist i) Z 7 Ceiling : Joist e spacing Ceiling joist spar FIGURE 7.19 CEILING JOISTS 7.3.7 Hanging beams The size of hanging beams shall be determined from Span Table 23 of the Supplements Hanging beams shall support ceiling loads only via ceiling joists. ‘The top edge of hanging beams with a depth to breadth ratio exceeding 7 shall be laterally restrained at their supports, as shown in Figure 7.18. Design parameters for hanging beams shall be as shown in Figure 7.20. Hanging Ceiling joist Hanging beam span cali tad with (cu¥y = (otal of ceiling joist spans either side of hanging beam FIGURE 7.20 HANGING BEAMS wa standards. org au © Standards Australia