Jan 11

CSR Hebel Fire and Acoustic

Fire

Hebel AAC has a BCA Group Number 1. Hebel PowerBlock  walls satisfy BCA2008
Vol.2 Clause 3.7.1.5 (a) (iii) masonry construction and therefore suitable for boundary wall construction on a Class 1 building.

Acoustic

Table 5.1 provides acoustic performance levels for PowerBlock walls. For alternatives and composite wall construction, Table 3.2 are acoustic performance for PowerBlock  systems.

Table 5.1:  Acoustic Performance

   PowerBlock Thickness Rw Rw+ Ctr
100 38 35
150 43 40
250 45 42

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Jan 09

CSR Hebel System Components

Products

Hebel stocks many of the products and materials required to construct your Hebel home.

Product Description Product Description
  Hebel Thermoblocks
50mm – 300mm (25mm
increments).
  Hebel Adhesive
20 kg bag
Used for gluing the blocks
together at vertical and
horizontal joints.
  Sill blocks
600x200x50mm thick or
100mm thick, 30º slope.
  PowerFloor
Panels
1800mm x 600mm x 75mm
  Hebel Mortar
20 kg bag
Used as thick bed mortar base
to provide a level base for the
first course.
  Custom PowerFloor
Panels
150mm – 250mm x 600mm
by up to 6m
  Hebel Lintels
To suit openings up to 5m
  Hebel HighBuild render
20kg bag
Used as a preparation coat
to level surface providing an
even true surface.
  Stair treads
300mm x 175mm x 1m
or 1.2m
  Control joint tie
Used at every third
course in control joints.
  Hebel Patch
10kg bag
Used to prepare minor chips
or damage to blocks.
  Sliding joint tie
Fixed to RHS/SHS column
every second course.
  Corrosion Protection Paint
To coat exposed
reinforcement during cutting.

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Jan 09

CSR Hebel Tools and Equipment for Construction

Hebel PowerBlocks can be laid using construction tools/equipment.

String Line – A string line is required to accurately set out and lay Hebel® PowerBlock Walls.

Brick/Blocklaying Profiles – used to gauge the block course are being laid level.

Mixing Bucket – a minimum 20 litre bucket is required for mixing Hebel® Mortar, Hebel® Adhesive and Hebel® HighBuild™ render.

Electric Drill – an electric drill is required to mix the Hebel® Mortar, Hebel Adhesive and Hebel HighBuild render. It is also used to drill clearance holes in the blocks so they can be
placed over the tied down rods where required.

Stirrer – fitted to the electric drill, the stirrer is used to mix the Hebel® Mortar, Hebel Adhesive and Hebel HighBuild render inside the mixing bucket.

Notched Trowel – the notched trowel is used to apply the Hebel® Adhesive to the Hebel® surfaces. The width of the trowel must match the block thickness to ensure the adhesive is applied with full and even coverage.

Rubber Mallet – a rubber mallet is required to ‘tap’ the Hebel® PowerBlocks onto the adhesive and into place.

Spirit Level – required to install the blocks level and plumb.

Hand Saw – a Hebel® handsaw can be used to cut Hebel® PowerBlocks to length and height.

Powered Bandsaw – a bandsaw is ideal for cutting Hebel® PowerBlocks. (perfect when there are many site cuts to be performed).

Hebel® Square – a purpose built square is available for use when marking and cutting Hebel® PowerBlocks.

Steel, Plastic and Timber Trowels – these trowels may be required for the installation of the Highbuild render and texture coatings.

Sanding Float – used to even out inconsistencies in the Hebel® PowerBlock Wall in preparation for render/texture coats.

Hebel® Hand Router – may be used to chase services into solid Hebel® walls.

Circular Saw – (fitted with a diamond blade) may be used to chase services into solid Hebel® walls.

Electric Router – may be used to chase services into solid Hebel® walls.

Crane – may be required to lift large Hebel® Lintels and Hebel® custom floor panels.

Lifting Grabs – required for use in conjunction with crane for lifting Hebel lintels and custom floor panels.

Scaffold – Scaffold is required when building block walls. The amount of scaffold depends on the height of the walls.

Sealant Gun – required to fill the control joints in the Hebel® PowerBlock Walls.

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