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Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods For New Zealand Building Code Clause E3 Internal moisture

All content related to E3 Internal moisture

2nd edition, amendment 6

Current version: Effective from 1 January 2017

 

Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods (AS and VMs) were called compliance documents. Some still have the “compliance document” title but the AS or VMs they contain are valid and unaffected by the name change.

Comment under paragraph 1.1.4 is corrected – clause E3 does not apply to buildings that are not Housing or Communal residential.

Cited content in this document can be found on the Building CodeHub website.

2nd edition, amendment 5

Effective from 14 February 2014 to 30 May 2017

 

Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods (AS and VMs) were called compliance documents. Some still have the “compliance document” title but the AS or VMs they contain are valid and unaffected by the name change.

All of the Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods relating to E3 are contained in one document.

  • E3/AS1 gives design solutions for the prevention of fungal growth, accidental overflow and watersplash.  Its details show one means to comply with E3 for junctions and penetrations relating to floor/wall and sanitary fixtures.

2nd edition, amendment 4

Effective from 10 October 2011 to 14 August 2014

 

Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods (AS and VMs) were called compliance documents. Some still have the “compliance document” title but the AS or VMs they contain are valid and unaffected by the name change.

2nd edition, amendment 3

Effective from 14 October 2004 to 10 October 2011

 

Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods (AS and VMs) were called compliance documents. Some still have the “compliance document” title but the AS or VMs they contain are valid and unaffected by the name change.

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