Describes different methods for sealing joints. Gives method for testing permeability of joints to wind and rain. Concludes that two-stage joint seems to offer the greatest advantages which are long life, lack of need for maintenance, lack of sensitivity to tolerances, extensive lack of sensitivity to faulty installation practice and installation independent of the weather. Tests confirm that the wind permeability of two-stage joints can be practically disregarded in the determination of heat requirements.
The formation of two-stage joints
Proc.Int. Seminar on Heat transfer in buildings, Dubrovnik August 29- September 2 1977, UNESCO, Yugoslavia Int. Centre for Heat Mass Transfer.