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By Brian Porter, Chris Tooke

Carpentry and Joinery three is the 3rd in a sequence of 3 books, which jointly supply an authoritative and punctiliously useful consultant to carpentry and joinery for college kids following urban & Guilds and CITB classes, NVQ applicants, and scholars practicing an Institute of Carpenters qualification. This ebook can be excellent for quite a lot of beginner woodworkers.

Volume three builds at the primary wisdom brought in quantity 1, and accompanies quantity 2 with insurance of extra complex issues and approaches, together with operating with specific door and window kinds. The reader is proven find out how to follow the elemental idea brought in quantity 1 to real carpentry and joinery perform in a hugely illustrated, simply available text.

This moment variation has been totally up to date based on alterations to the development laws and present laws, the 3rd variation additionally comprises advancements in present most sensible perform, with a finished fit to the most recent skills in wooden Occupations.

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E. , interrupts the flow of water by forcing it to collect in such a way that its increase in weight results in the drip being formed. 16. 42 Windows Overhang Wettable source Arrangement at a window sill – head, weather board, etc. Water collects Fig. 3 to drip Encouraging water Drip Throat Clearance 1st and 2nd Line of defence Fig. 4 Anti-capillary grooves It is inevitable that water will find its way around those narrow gaps, so anti-capillary grooves, or similar, are used. 4 shows how these grooves work, and Fig.

4). Timber cladding 23 Note: Nails should not penetrate lapped board, to allow moisture movement Min. lap 30 mm 6 mm min. Min. lap 20 mm Min. lap 30 mm 20 mm 16 mm min. Note: Cladding should be kept at least 150mm above ground level Square-edged board Feather-edged board Rebated featheredged board Rebated shiplap (a) Horizontal weatherboarding 50 mm max. (single-nailed) 15 mm min. Board and batten 100 mm max. Fig. 2 Timber profiles Standard tongued-and-grooved V-jointed matchboard 50 mm min. (staggered double-nailed) Board on board Back grooved (or grooved slots) for ventilation and stress relief Modified matchboard (b) Boards used in vertical cladding To limit the possible entry of water between joints and overlaps, cladding profiles in all cases are designed and fixed in such a way that any water is quickly dispersed.

5 Durability Nearly all commercial softwood will need treating with a wood preservative (timber derived from the heartwood of Western red cedar is one exception). The heartwoods of many hardwoods may be used in their natural state, without the use of a wood preservative, for example, Detailing 27 Note: With regards to availability of suitable timbers to meet this criteria, refer back to the preface Breather membrane Optional cover lath Sealant Fig. 7 Weatherboard Flashing Horizontal details at junction between cladding and masonry Sapele, European Oak and Utile.

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