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Frameshield 100 is a spunbonded, polypropylene material developed primarily as a breather membrane for use in timber - frame wall construction. Applied in the factory during manufacture or on site, Frameshield 100 affords effective protection of timber frames during construction against wind-driven rain, snow and dust. Once completed, the high water vapour permeability of Frameshield 100 allows the controlled escape of vapour from within the timber frame whilst restricting the ingress of rain and moisture.
Bespoke colours available (dependent on quantities)
Manufactured in the UK
BBA Approved (Certificate number: 89/2313)
Frameshield 100 conforms to BS 4016 as per the BBA Certificate
Frameshield 100 is produced by the continuous extrusion
of polypropylene fibres which are then spun and bonded
together with a combination of heat and pressure.
Installed in accordance with the NHBC standards, Frameshield
100 will comply with all current UK. Building Regulations.
Supplied in roll form, Frameshield 100 should be fixed to
frames with austentic stainless steel nails or staples at centres
not more than 500mm. On areas where sheets are required
to be lapped, the following dimensions must be adhered to:
Vertical Laps – not less than 150mm
Horizontal laps – not less than 100mm
Ensure integrity of Frameshield 100 by overlapping upper
layers over lower layers and staggering vertical joints. Protect
timber at wall plate level and mark stud positions for wall
Frameshield 100 must be installed in accordance with the A.
Proctor Group’s instructions.
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