The pressed stainless steel grate has holes less than 2mm in diameter. This means that embers cannot pass through into the wall cavity and ignite combustible materials.
By design it is compliant with all Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) requirements of AS3959:2009 including BAL-12.5, BAL-19, BAL-29 and BAL-40 and BAL-FZ.
Install the Weepa between bricks or blocks, at specified intervals and firmly in contact with the flashing. For rendering, set out a few millimetres.
When rendering, the Weepa needs to be loosened in the masonry so the renderer can adjust the Weepa in and out. Grab internal rib to adjust Weepa in and out.
After clean up, use a small, flat screwdriver to prise the mortar cover up at the bottom.
Close the grate assembly for an attractive and vermin proof weep hole.
Make sure the Weepa is installed when the masonry wall is built.
Loosen the Weepa and pull out proud of masonry.
Lay on render around the Weepa.
Screed off around the Weepa.
Pat the Weepa flush with the surface.
Float around the Weepa.
For easy removal later, wipe the mortar guard clean now, then again after painting.
After finish and cleanup remove the mortar guard for beautiful weepholes.