Materials Storage

  • Plasterboard & Plasters stored in dry conditions

  • Primers and ready mixed materials protected from freezing conditions

Setting out from drawings

  • Are we working to up to date drawings revisions

  • Are all dimensions clearly marked on each drawing

Fixing of floor tracks

  • Correct fixings used to secure tracks to structure

  • 92mm and 146mm tracks fixed at 300mm staggered centres

Metal specification components check

  • Correct gauge, stud and track dimension

  • Correct stud centres including localised wet room reduced centres for tiling loads

  • Correct cross braces formed at 1200mm centres on twin wall

IWT01 Party Wall 90min Deflection head detail 2No 15mm Fireboard

  • Boards and studs cut short to soffit

  • No fixings into head track

  • Continuous fire sealant used

  • Flat strap installed 20-35mm underneath of head track to maintain 300mm fixing centres

  • Correct boards used between head track and soffit

IWT01 Party Wall - Acoustic T Junction

  • T Junction as per Siniat Spec?

IWT01 Party Wall - 90* Corner

  • Corner Junction as per Siniat SPec?

IWT01 Party Wall Apartment Entrance Doors Heavy / Severe Openings upto 60kg

  • Floor channel cut, bent & fixed 300mm min from floor

  • Head channel cut, bent & fixed 150mm min from head

  • Timber linings installed as per specification

  • Lining boards continued around opening

IWT03 30min Deflection Head

  • Boards and studs cut short to soffit

  • No fixings into head track

  • Continuous fire sealant used

  • Flat strap installed 20-35mm underneath of head track to maintain 300mm fixing centres

  • Correct boards used between head track and soffit

IWT03 T Junction

  • T Junction as per Siniat Spec?

IWT03 90* Corner

  • Corner Junction as per Siniat Spec?

Internal Door Openings upto 35kg

  • Floor channel cut, bent & fixed 100mm min from floor

  • Head channel cut, bent & fixed 150mm min from head

  • Timber linings installed as per specification

  • Lining boards fixed to their entire perimeter at 300mm centres

Insulation

  • Correct insulation used

Board fixing Single layer

  • Screw centres at 300mm centres (200mm at external corners)

  • Flat plate used on horizontal board joints

  • Screw fixing no closer than 10mm from bound edges and 13mm from cut edges

Board fixing Double layer

  • Screw centres at 300mm centres

  • Flat plate used on horizontal board joints

  • Where boards are fixed to Resilient bar correct length of screws are used to avoid bridging the Res bar and penetrating the stud

MF Ceilings installation checklist

  • MF6a Perimeter channel fixed at 600mm centres

  • Steel angle cut, bent and drilled and direct fixed to soffit 1200mm centres

  • MF7 Primary channel installed at 1200mm centres (900mm max on double layer boards)

  • MF7 channel rested on top of MF6a

  • MF7 fixed to each hanger using wafer head jack point screws 2No per hanger

  • MF7 overlapping back to back by 150mm minimum and fixed together using wafer head jack point screws 2no either side

  • MF5 ceiling section fixed at right angles to the MF7 primary support channel at max 450mm centres

  • MF5 ceiling section engaging into MF6a perimeter channel

  • MF5 ceiling section extended overlap by 150mm minimum and fixed twice through each flange

Ceiling board fixing

  • Boards fixed to MF5 at right angles to top hat section

  • Board ends lightly butted and end joints staggered

  • Screw centres at 230mm max centres in the field of boards and 150mm max centres at board ends

  • Screw fixing no closer than 10mm from bound edges and 13mm from cut edges

  • Double layer linings, board joints staggered in the second layer relative to the first

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