[GSBN] Mesh types and sources

Ian Redfern ian at adobesouth.co.nz
Thu Aug 11 22:17:42 CDT 2016


Good afternoon Chris

We are strong proponents of CINTOFLEX D  the expanded polyester mesh we
³discovered" at your 2006 ISBC  and for convenience and surity to our
contractor and owner-builders we wrap the walls (which arwe less than 3000
high  in cintoflex - it is a small cost in the global view of building
ALSO
Cintofelx provides additional tangentail load resistance (wind and
earthquake) tot eh lime plaster

Regards

Ian E. Redfern
 
  
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On 8/12/16, 11:06 AM, "Gsbn on behalf of Chris Magwood"
<gsbn-bounces at sustainablesources.com on behalf of
chris at endeavourcentre.org> wrote:

>
>Hi all,
>
>For the first time in a long time, I'm in the market for some mesh for
>our jumbo straw bale project this summer. The sources we've used in the
>past have all dried up and our inventory is empty.
>
>So I thought it might be a good time to check in and see what others
>have been using. We're not looking to cover the entire wall, but we have
>some significant amounts of framing that need bridging, and ideally we'd
>prefer not to use metal mesh. I'd love to know what any of you are
>currently using and where you're sourcing it and perhaps refresh our
>practice a bit!
>
>Thanks!
>
>Chris
>
>
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>Chris Magwood
>Director, Endeavour Centre
>www.endeavourcentre.org
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