The requirement to 'float' a deck surface over a membrane deck has been established in New Zealand for many years. The New Zealand Building Code Clause 'E2' page 54 states that an enclosed deck must have a removable surface so that the membrane can be inspected at any time. Nurajacks and Nurapads provide the ultimate solution.
Nurajacks are a self levelling pedestal with a large base that ensures no point loading of the membrane below. Made of UV resistant polypropylene, Nurajacks are light, yet extremely strong. They are available with a tile or timber joist head in sizes from 28mm to in excess of 550mm tall.
Nurapads are a 12mm tall disk that is a suitable interface between a tile or timber joist. Made of polypropylene, Nurapads will ensure that a tiled or timber deck is suspended a minimum of 12mm above the membrane deck to allow any water to flow beneath to the outlets.
For further detailed information, please visit www.nurajack.co.nz.