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A number of factors should be considered when evaluating the possible use of coated reinforcing bars for reinforced masonry in the UK. For example, coated bars need to be carefully handled to avoid impact damage and it may not be possible to bend the bars to standard radii. In the absence of a UK source of supply or of wide experience of use in this country, it was not possible to make specific recommendations for these products in the Code*. It is not intended, however, to preclude their use once further assessments have been made (Clause 4).
8. Damp-proof courses Reference should be made to BS 5628: Part 31 to ensure that the damp-proof course is suitable. In reinforced masonry a damp-proof course may present a particular problem Handbook to bs 5628: part 2 16 since in some applications it will not be possible to introduce a membrane which will not interfere with the structural behaviour of the wall. Even in more conventional applications, materials which might squeeze out in a highly loaded element should not be used. Care should also be taken to consider the effect of sliding at the damp-proof course as well as adhesion to the mortar when the masonry is acting in flexure12.
It is recommended that in situations where the masonry is likely to be wetted for prolonged periods, such as retaining walls, stainless steel ties be employed. Where the high lift grouting technique is to be used with cavity construction then a more substantial tie should be used to resist the pressure exerted by the infilling concrete during placing. A suitable tie is described in Appendix B to the Code and, again care should be taken to ensure adequate protection against corrosion. Other forms of tie may be used providing they give adequate restraint against the pressure exerted by the concrete.
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