Steel framing to NCC 2022
Major changes to energy efficiency condensation provisions
Designing to NCC 2022 using steel
National Association of Steel-framed Housing (NASH) has been working with the Australian Steel Institute (ASI) to develop a number of industry reference documents in areas that relate to changes in the NCC and/or provide guidance on good practice. For each topic you will find information, presentations and technical “how to” diagrams that relate to the design and installation of steel framing, steel roofing and walling.
Principals and compliance pathways for residential construction and common installation details for steel roofing and walling.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN STEEL FRAMED BUILDINGS
High level overview of NCC2 022 Energy Efficiency changes for residential buildings and typical construction solutions for meeting 7 star thermal performance.
STEEL WALL CLADDING
Guidance on good practice and NCC 2022 compliance for the installation of steel wall claddings in residential and commercial / industrial applications.
The purpose of this document is to outline the principles behind moisture management approaches and to translate the principles to typical Australian steel roof systems.
VENTILATION IN STEEL ROOFING
Approaches to satisfy NCC 2022 condensation management requirements for residential roofs in climate zones 6, 7 and 8.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF INSULATED PANELS
Provides guidance on utilising insulated sandwich panels to simplify compliance with the energy efficiency requirements of NCC 2022.