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1 Columns in separating walls Cavity filled with mineral wool 30 mm thick dense mineral wool board 2 layers of gypsum-based board nominal 22 kg/m² (total) not fixed to primary steel frame Light steel frame studs isolated from steel primary frame and not fixed to primary steel frame Notes Wall board is decoupled from the column with 30 mm of dense mineral wool board. Proprietary alternative solutions that exist may be adopted. 2. doc 37 Printed 02/09/04 6 REFERENCES 1 The Building Regulations 2000 (SI 2000/2531) As amended by: The Building (Amendment) Regulations 2001 (SI 2001/3335), The Building (Amendment) Regulations 2002 (SI 2002/440) The Building (Amendment)(No.
1350 - 1600 kg/m³ or 1850 - 2300 kg/m³) Acoustic sealant Dense mineral wool and fire protection as required Continuous ribbon of adhesive 15 mm compressible resilient strip to provide deflection head General notes Performance levels similar to those of an RD could be expected with A ≥ 40 mm and B ≥ 150 mm. This detail is similar to Robust Detail E-FC-1. 2. See Section 4 for floor and ceiling treatment options. Floor materials Precast unit mass should be at least 300 kg/m2. Screed mass should be at least 80 kg/m2.
20 kg/m²) or gypsum-based board (nominal 8 kg/m²) on dabs Dense mineral wool Cavity masonry separating wall (1350 - 1600 kg/m³ or 1850 - 2300 kg/m³) Deflection head F E E General notes Performance levels similar to those of an RD could be expected with A ≥ 40 mm, B ≥ 150, E ≥ 100 mm and F ≥ 75 mm. This detail is similar to Robust Detail E-FC-1. 2. See Section 4 for floor and ceiling treatment options. Floor materials Precast unit mass should be at least 300 kg/m2. Screed mass should be at least 80 kg/m2.