Test Bank For Advanced Construction And Carpentry Skills by Bonnici 1

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Test Bank For Advanced Construction And Carpentry Skills by Bonnici 1

Chapter 04 Testbank

1. A horizontal line of notches may be cut out around a bath for the purpose of fitting a bath edge support. The maximum depth of these cutouts is:
A. 20 mm
B. 25 mm
C. 30 mm
D. 35 mm

2. Before lining the walls you must ensure that you have accounted for:
A. any additional framing needed to support fixtures such as vanities, shower screens and handrails
B. the compliance of fixtures to applicable water ratings
C. the quantity of lining material is sufficient to do the job
D. the room size is adequate for the fixtures proposed to go in it

3. The purpose of a capillary break is to:
A. allow the frame to move without affecting fixtures such as bath, vanities or shower bases
B. allow room for shower bases and baths to expand and contract with changes in temperature from hot water
C. stop water from bridging between fixtures and being drawn into the frame
D. provide a space into which a sealant may be pumped to stop leaks but allow movement

4. The installation of a spa bath over a bearer and joist flooring system may require you to:
A. use a heavier floor sheeting such as 19 mm thick fiber cement sheet
B. change the plumbing layout
C. install additional subfloor framing and support members
D. paint a waterproof sealant under the spa bath area

5. If the shower base you are about to install is twisted such that you can only get two edges level, not all four, then you should:
A. use a heavy object (bags of cement, buckets of water) to twist it back into shape
B. use long timbers to wedge it down from the ceiling until the mortar sets
C. level the two front edges as this is where the shower screen must go
D. level the two back edges so the wall tiles will not end up being cut at an angle

6. Kitchens and exposed balconies are not included in the NCC Vol. 2 BCA’s definition of wet areas.
True    False

7. When the NCC Vol. 2 BCA specifies that a surface must be water resistant it means it must be coated with a waterproof compound and then surfaced with an abrasive-resistant material such as grouted tiles, plastic laminates or similar.
True    False

8. In one method of installing a bath, a series of noggings should be installed around the bath above the checkout. The purpose of these noggings is to provide fixing support for the internal linings.
True    False

9. Waterproofing is a critical but small job on a domestic building site. For that reason it is not expected that you will have access on site to the material safety data sheets (MSDS) for the all the various materials involved.
True    False

10. An advantage of wet area plasterboard over fibre cement sheet as a lining in bathrooms is that it has significantly better thermal and acoustic properties. In addition, it also handles frame movement better.
True    False

Chapter 04 Testbank Key

1. A horizontal line of notches may be cut out around a bath for the purpose of fitting a bath edge support. The maximum depth of these cut outs is:
A. 20 mm
B. 25 mm
C. 30 mm
D. 35 mm


Competency: CPCCCA3012B Frame and fit wet area fixtures
Difficulty: Easy
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 1.1
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 3.1

2. Before lining the walls you must ensure that you have accounted for:
A. any additional framing needed to support fixtures such as vanities, shower screens and hand rails
B. the compliance of fixtures to applicable water ratings
C. the quantity of lining material is sufficient to do the job
D. the room size is adequate for the fixtures proposed to go in it


Competency: CPCCCA3012B Frame and fit wet area fixtures
Difficulty: Medium
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 3.3
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 4.3

3. The purpose of a capillary break is to:
A. allow the frame to move without affecting fixtures such as bath, vanities or shower bases
B. allow room for shower bases and baths to expand and contract with changes in temperature from hot water
C. stop water from bridging between fixtures and being drawn into the frame
D. provide a space into which a sealant may be pumped to stop leaks but allow movement


Competency: CPCCCA3012B Frame and fit wet area fixtures
Difficulty: Medium
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 3.3
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 4.3

4. The installation of a spa bath over a bearer and joist flooring system may require you to:
A. use a heavier floor sheeting such as 19 mm thick fibre cement sheet
B. change the plumbing layout
C. install additional subfloor framing and support members
D. paint a waterproof sealant under the spa bath area


Competency: CPCCCA3012B Frame and fit wet area fixtures
Difficulty: Easy
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 1.1

5. If the shower base you are about to install is twisted such that you can only get two edges level, not all four, then you should:
A. use a heavy object (bags of cement, buckets of water) to twist it back into shape
B. use long timbers to wedge it down from the ceiling until the mortar sets
C. level the two front edges as this is where the shower screen must go
D. level the two back edges so the wall tiles will not end up being cut at an angle


Competency: CPCCCA3012B Frame and fit wet area fixtures
Difficulty: Medium
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 1.1

6. Kitchens and exposed balconies are not included in the NCC Vol. 2 BCA’s definition of wet areas.
TRUE


Competency: CPCCCA3012B Frame and fit wet area fixtures
Difficulty: Easy
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 1.1

7. When the NCC Vol. 2 BCA specifies that a surface must be water resistant it means it must be coated with a waterproof compound and then surfaced with an abrasive-resistant material such as grouted tiles, plastic laminates or similar.
FALSE


Competency: CPCCCA3012B Frame and fit wet area fixtures
Difficulty: Medium
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 1.1

8. In one method of installing a bath, a series of noggings should be installed around the bath above the checkout. The purpose of these noggings is to provide fixing support for the internal linings.
TRUE


Competency: CPCCCA3012B Frame and fit wet area fixtures
Difficulty: Medium
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 3.3

9. Waterproofing is a critical but small job on a domestic building site. For that reason it is not expected that you will have access on site to the material safety data sheets (MSDS) for the all the various materials involved.
FALSE


Competency: CPCCCA3012B Frame and fit wet area fixtures
Difficulty: Easy
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 1.2

10. An advantage of wet area plasterboard over fibre cement sheet as a lining in bathrooms is that it has significantly better thermal and acoustic properties. In addition, it also handles frame movement better.
TRUE


Competency: CPCCCA3012B Frame and fit wet area fixtures
Difficulty: Easy
Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 1.6

Chapter 04 Testbank Summary

Category

# of Questions

Competency: CPCCCA3012B Frame and fit wet area fixtures

10

Difficulty: Easy

5

Difficulty: Medium

5

Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 1.1

5

Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 1.2

1

Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 1.6

1

Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 3.1

1

Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 3.3

3

Performance criteria: CPCCCA3012B 4.3

2

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