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6.0 Design Approach

There are 2 methods of construction – typical and tie-down. Typical is the most common method of building whilst the tie-down method is required for cyclonic or high wind areas (as determined by an engineer). This guide provides information for both building methods.

Important Note

It is the responsibility of the architectural designer and engineering parties to ensure that the information in the Hebel PowerBlocks Design and Installation Guide is appropriate for the intended application. The recommendations of this guide are formulated along the lines of good building practice, but are not intended to be an exhaustive statement of all relevant data. Hebel accepts no responsibility for or in connection with the quality of the recommendations or their suitability for any purpose when installed.

Scope

The Hebel PowerBlocks Design and Installation Guide has been created to provide information for detached residential buildings. The design information in this guide has been condensed from the Hebel Technical Manual and AS3700 Masonry structures. The design basis is AS3700 Masonry structures, Section 12 Simplified design of masonry for small buildings. The footing and slab design is based on AS2870 Residential slabs and footings – Construction.

Refer to Table 6.1 for Building Geometry Limitations.

Design Parameters

The structural design information in this guide is based on the data and assumptions in Table 6.2, 6.3 and 6.4.

Design Sequence

Fig. 6.1 details Hebel recommendations for how to design a Hebel PowerBlock
home.

Fig 6.1:  Flow Chart.

Table 6.1: Buiding Geometry Limitations

2 storeys max
Max. height to underside of eaves 6.0m
Max. height to top of roof ridge 8.5m
Max. building width incl. verandah but not eaves 16.0m
Max. building length 5x width
Max. lower storey wall height 3.0m
Max. upper storey wall height 2.7m
Max. floor load width on external wall 3.0m (6.0m single span floor)
Max. roof load width on external wall 3.0m (6.0m rafter/truss span)
Max. floor load width on internal wall 6.0m

Where the building geometry is outside the above limitations, the designer must refer to the Hebel Technical Manual and AS3700 Sections 1-11.

Table 6.2: Design Parameters

Hebel PowerBlock material properties:
Nominal Dry Density 470 kg/m2
Working Density (S.T.) 611 kg/m2
Working Density (L.T.) 500 kg/m2
Characteristic Compressive Strength, f’m 2.25 MPa
Characteristic Flexural Tensile Strength, f’mt 0.20 MPa
Characteristic Shear Strength, f’ms 0.30 MPa
Characteristic Modulus of Elasticity, EST 1125 MPa
Characteristic Modulus of Elasticity, ELT 562 MPa

Table 6.3 Design Parameters – Permanent and Imposed Actions

Permanent Actions (Dead Loads):
Floor – Superimposed 1.00 kPa
Roof – Tile 0.90 kPa
Roof – Sheet 0.40 kPa
Framed Floor/Deck – Timber 0.50 kPa
Framed Deck – Tile 0.50 kPa
Pergola Roof – Tile 0.80 kPa
Pergola Roof – Sheet 0.32 kPa
Hebel PowerFloor System 0.80 kPa
Hebel Floor Panel System – 250mm 1.90 kPa
Hebel PowerBlock Wall – 250mm, 2700mm (H) 4.60 kN/m
Hebel PowerBlock Wall – 150mm, 2700mm (H) 2.76 kN/m
Imposed Actions (Live Loads):
In accordance with AS 1170. 1:2002
Floor – general 1.50 kPa
Deck 2.00 kPa

Table 6.4  Design Parameters – Wind Actions (General wall areas)

Wind Classification
(AS4055)
Wind Pressure (kPa)
Serviceability, Ws Ultimate, Wu
N1 0.41 0.69
N2 0.41 0.96
N3 0.61 1.50
N4 0.91 2.23
N5 1.33 3.29
N6 1.82 4.44
C1 0.61 2.03
C2 0.91 3.01
C3 1.33 4.44
C4 1.82 5.99

 Image 6.1:  Hebel PowerBlock home

Image 6.2:  Hebel PowerBlock home

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11.0 Fixings for use with Hebel

LIGHT DUTY UP TO 20 kg
Door bell, light fittings, taps
Product Diameter Length Max.Load
Coarse thread screw  10 – 12g  50mm 25kg
Mungo Nylon Plug – MN4 4mm  20mm  2kg
Hilti impact anchor – HPS-1 5mm  30mm  3kg
Mungo Nylon Plug – MN5 5mm  25mm  4kg
Hilti impact anchor – HPS-1 6mm  40mm  4kg
Ramset Ramplug – nylon 5mm  25mm  5kg
Mungo Nylon Plug – MN6 6mm  30mm  6kg
Hilti impact anchor – HPS-1 6mm  50mm  6kg
Mungo Nylon Plug – MN7 7mm  35mm  7kg
Ramset Ramplug – nylon 6mm  30mm  8kg
Fischer – 4 expansion plug 8mm  40mm  8kg
Mungo Nylon Plug – MN8 8mm  40mm  9kg
Ramset Ramplug – nylon 7mm  35mm  12kg
Ramset Ramplug – nylon 8mm  40mm  16kg
Ramset Ramplug – long 6mm  55mm  16kg
Mungo Nylon Plug – MN10 10mm  50mm  20kg
Tox TFS-L fixings 6mm  50mm  20kg
HEAVY DUTY 50kg – 120kg
Grab rails, hose reels
Product Diameter Length Max.Load
Hilti-RE500 Injection adesive 8mm 80mm  50kg
Fischer Turbo plug 8mm 50mm  58kg
Mungo Nylon plug – MN16 16mm 80mm  60kg
Hilti-RE500 Injection adesive 10mm  90mm  70kg
Fischer Turbo plug 10mm  60mm  74kg
Hilti-RE500 Injection adesive 12mm  110mm  90kg
Mungo Nylon plug – MN20 20mm  90mm  100kg
Mungo Nylon Frame anchor 10mm  80mm  110kg
Mungo Nylon Frame anchor 10mm  100mm  110kg
Mungo Nylon Frame anchor 10mm  120mm  110kg
Mungo Nylon Frame anchor 10mm  200mm  110kg
Ramset Injection Mortar 10mm  130mm  120kg
Tox-KD-DV Heavy D Toggle 10mm  100mm  120kg
Tox-KD-DV Heavy D Toggle 10mm  200mm  120kg
Ramset Injection Mortar 8mm  80mm  121kg
Ramset Injection Mortar 10mm  80mm  125kg
Ramset Injection Mortar 12mm  160mm  125kg
MEDIUM DUTY 20-50
Large light fittings
Product Diameter Length Max.Load
 Ramset Ramplug – long 8mm 65mm  22kg
 Ramset Ramplug – nylon 10mm  50mm  25kg
 Fischer 4 expansion plug 10mm  50mm  25kg
 Fischer twist plug GB 8mm  50mm  25kg
 Fischer Universal Frame fix 10mm  50mm  25kg
 Tox Metal claw plug 6mm  32mm  25kg
 Ramset Ramplug – long 10mm  80mm  27kg
 Ramset Ramplug – long 12mm  95mm  28kg
 Powers Zip-it 6mm  30mm  28kg
 Hilti Frame anchor – HRD-U 10mm  80mm  30kg
 Hilti Frame anchor – HRD-U 10mm  100mm  30kg
 Tox-VLF Frame fixings 6mm  70mm  30kg
 Ramset Ramplug – nylon 12mm  60mm  35kg
 Tox Metal claw plug 8mm  60mm  35kg
 Mungo Nylon plug – MN12 12mm  60mm  40kg
 Fischer twist plug GB 10mm  55mm  40kg
 Tox TFS-L fixings  8mm  70mm  40kg
 Tox-VLF Frame fixings  8mm  100mm  40kg
 Fischer Turbo plug  6mm  50mm  44kg
 Mungo Nylon plug – MN14  14mm  79mm  50kg
 Tox TFS-L fixings  10mm  70mm  50kg
 Tox-VLF Frame fixings  10mm  135mm  50kg

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Appendix A – Carpet Installation

Panel Surface Preparation

Sweep the floor surface to remove debris and loose particles. Expose all surface blemishes such as chips, cracks, gaps, ridges or the like. Fill all unacceptable locations with an appropriate and compatible patching compound such as Hebel® Patch or levelling compound as required. Ensure panels are then dry.

Carpet Smooth Edge Installation

Installation of Carpet Smooth Edge (Gripper) is to be in accordance with AS/NZS 2455.1:1995.

Installation of carpet gripper prior to laying carpet requires the use of specifically selected nails or course threaded screws. Standard fixings supplied with the carpet gripper are not suitable for fixing to Hebel® PowerFloor™ panels. Carpet gripper strips are available without factory supplied nails. For carpet gripper installation near the panel edge, only glue is recommended. If relying on glue only, the carpet can not be stretched until the glue is set after approximately 24 hours.

Table A.1 – Carpet Smooth Edge Fixings

Fixing Type Description Application
Method
Installation Notes
Twist Nails 51mm dome
head twist nail
Coil Nail Gun
(Refer to Fig A.1)
The head of the twist nail
should finish flush with
the surface of the gripper
strip
Screws Type 17 point
– course thread
No. 8g x 50mm
– Countersinking
screw
Makita 6834
Auto Feed
Screwdriver
(Refer to Fig A.2)
The head of the twist nail
should finish flush with
the surface of the carpet
gripper strip
Screws Type 17 pointTrimhead deck
Screw.
4.2 x 50mm
4.2 x 65mm
Quickdrive auto feed The head of the screw
should be flush with the
smooth edge

Underlay Installation

Minimum medium duty underlay is to be used. No other special requirements.

Carpet Installation

As per carpet manufacturer’s guidelines.
No other special requirements.

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