AS 2699.1:2020 Built-in components for masonry construction Part 1: Wall ties.
AS 2699.1 specifies requirements for wall ties for use in tying together —
(a) the leaves of cavity masonry walls;
(b) masonry veneer walls and loadbearing frames; and
(c) masonry veneer walls against a strong backing wall.
This Standard applies to wall ties used in masonry described in AS 3700, AS 4773.1, and
AS 4773.2, including those used in thin-jointed masonry [for example, autoclaved aerated concrete
NOTE 1 Type B wall ties are not used in this Standard. For Type B wall ties, refer to AS/NZS 2699.1:2000, which provides definitions, embedment, movement and tolerance requirements, marking, and methods of testing.
NOTE 2 AS 2699.2 specifies the durability performance and test procedures for structural performance of connectors and accessories used in masonry construction.
NOTE 3 AS 2699.3 specifies the requirements for durability of lintels and shelf angles.
NOTE 4 This Standard gives categories of wall ties, and classifies wall ties by mean strength and durability.
NOTE 5 The durability classifications employed in this Standard are compatible with the environments specified in ISO 9223, AS 43 12—2008, AS 3700, AS 4773.1 and AS 4773.2.
NOTE 6 Design and installation of wall ties are specified in AS 3700 and AS 4773.1 (design) and AS 4773.2 (construction).
1.2 Normative references
The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content constitutes requirements of this document:
NOTE Documents referenced for informative purposes are listed in the Bibliography.
AS 1397, Continuous hot-dip metallic coated steel sheet and strip—Coatings of zinc and zinc alloyed with aluminium and magnesium
AS 2193, Calibration and classification offorce-measuring systems
AS 233 1.1.4, Methods of test for metallic and related coatings, Method 1.4: Local thickness tests—Magnetic induction and eddy current methods
AS 3700, Masonry structures
AS 3894.3, Site testing of protective coatings, Method 3: Determination of dry film thickness
AS 4773.1, Masonry in small buildings Part 1: Design
AS 4773.2, Masonry in small buildings Part 2: Construction
AS/NZS 4455, Masonry units and segmental payers.AS 2699.1 pdf download.