StoStucco Render System
Stainless Steel Lath on Timber Frame Construction
Stucco, an outstanding solution with a reinforced backing, dates back to pre biblical times using saplings and an application of clay plasters to decorate and protect buildings.
Embracing this concept by using the latest render technology and European components, Sto has released StoStucco, a render system on a rigid stainless steel lath. This compliant system meets the requirements of the New Zealand building code for architects and designers. Following traditional practices the StoStucco System is a guaranteed solution to cover timber framed construction and allows the designer an opportunity to bend the rules when designing residential or commercial construction property.
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Manufactured in Europe, the StoStucco lath is made from a stainless steel welded wire mesh with an absorbent sheet of perforated chip paper, fixed over timber battens to form a dry-cavity. The StoStucco lath provides an extremely strong yet flexible base for the render system to interlock with and can be moulded to suit the shape and curvature in any building, creating unlimited design possibilities.
StoStucco Render System
StoStucco is a BRANZ appraised render system based on the traditional New Zealand stucco net system. The StoStucco lath with perforations of the chip paper allow an optimal key of the lightweight mineral basecoat to sit around the stainless steel wires, providing a solid render base. UPVC flashings lock into the junctions and joinery providing a neat junction ready for a weathertight sealant. The cement free StoArmat, combined with a glass fibre mesh provides engineered reinforcement to reliably dissipate tensile, seismic and shear stress. Finished with perfectly interlocking components: Stolit fibre-reinforced coloured finishing render plus StoColor; creating a 4mm weather tight reinforcement system for reliability and protection that surpasses the facade durability requirements.
Installations are carried out by a Sto Registered Licensed Building Practitioner with the added protection of a StoArmat 15 or 20+ Year Warranty and StoService Assurance, guaranteeing building code compliant materials are used and application meets building code standards, including a service plan for long-term security.
StoStucco Render System
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25 mm rough sawn timber battens.
Substrate: Stainless steel lath
European manufactured and certified lath, which is light and strong, easy to shape and to install.
Basecoat: StoLevell Novo / LevelLite Mineral Render
Lightweight EPS bead mineral render (plaster) with good build properties, water retention agents and machine application properties.
Reinforcement Render: StoArmat
European manufactured. High flexibility, crack resistance of six times higher then that of cement based products plus durability against mechanical stress ensure the highest system reliability render (plaster) available. contains no cement.
Plus: Sto European mesh 4/7mm
Easy to install, meets the highest requirements for crack, stress and alkalinity resistance.
Finishing Render: Stolit Range
European manufactured and certified, organically bound, strong, hard wearing, impact resistant, pre coloured finishing renders. (No cement)
Stolit K Range
Stolit MP & MP Natural
StoColor coating based on IQ Net Technology for functional facades.
BRANZ Appraisal 605 (2008)
StoArmat 15 or 20+ Year Warranty with StoService Assurance
Stolit: Coloured Finishing Renders
Stolit organic finishing renders are manufactured in Germany incorporating the latest technology; certified globally and successfully applied to rendered substrates in every climatic zone for over 50 years.
The Stolit range provides the perfect combination of properties: durable, strong, hard-wearing, impact-resistant, malleable, weather-resistant, colour-stable and highly resistant to microorganisms. In addition, its vapour permeability allows your building to breathe while still repelling water.
Coloured Self-Gauging Float Finish Renders:
Stolit K 1.0mm
Stolit K 1.5mm
Stolit K 2.0mm
Stolit K 3.0mm
Coloured fine float, sponge, or light adobe finish renders:
Stolit MP Natural
The StoColor finish, a serviceable coating embodying intelligent technology for a range of surface functions to compliment the architectural structure and design. The StoColor System, with 800 shades or matched to any colour using the Sto Spectrometer, provides a clear framework and systematic approach to colour based on integrated layers, combining texture and colour for aesthetic appeal.
TDS / MSDS
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Primers / Sealers:
Reinforcement Render / Base Render:
Specifications & BRANZ Appraisal
CAD or PDF Details
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Drawing Register and Introduction Series 000
Panel Layout Series 100
Foundation Series 200
Walls Series 300
Wall Penetrations & Fittings Series 350
Joinery Series 400
Parapets, Balustrades, Decks Series 500
Soffit Series 600
Roof Series 700
Weatherboard Series 800
Brick Series 810
Fibre Cement Sheet Series 820 series not issued
Concrete Block Series 830
Manufactured Stone - Schist & Natural Stone Series 840
Profile Metal Series 850 Series series not issued
StoTherm Panel EIFS Series 860 series not issued
Dissimilar Joinery Series 870
NK PVCu Joinery 875 - 877 series not issued
Flashman Joinery Flashing System
Homerit PVC Joinery
Mouldings & Shapes
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Lightweight exterior decorative moldings and shapes, including columns, architraves, cornices, window sills, fence caps, quoins that can be finished in Stolit K or MP sponge coloured finishing render.
Note: Decorative mouldings require min. 10° slope to top surface and a drip edge.
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Disclaimer: These drawings have been issued as a guideline. The sequence work covers various building components, each trade is responsible to ensure their elements are fully installed, including all waterproofing / sealant / flashings as is applicable.
Last updated June 2017