In architecture, a “nala cover” is likely a reference to a covers or roof over a nala, which is a small channel or trench used for drainage or irrigation.
The “detail” of a nala covers would refer to the specific design and construction elements used to create the covers, such as the materials used, the size and shape of the covers, and any additional features that may be included, such as skylights or ventilation.
The detail of the nala covers will depend on the specific design and function of the covers.
Image of lift Nala covers detail and downloadable (in DWG) link below
Nala covers detail drawing – 1
In addition to the information already provided, a nala covers detail drawing would typically include:
- A detailed plan view of the nala cover, showing its location and dimensions in relation to the surrounding area.
- Elevations and sections of the nala cover, showing the thickness and materials used for the cover, as well as any additional features such as skylights or ventilation.
- Detailed drawings of the structural elements of the nala cover, including the beams, columns, and supports that make up the frame of the cover.
- Information on the method of construction, including details on how the cover will be anchored to the existing structure, and any special instructions for installation.
- Materials and finishes used, for example type of sheeting, paint or coating used.
- Any other relevant information such as load bearing capacity, safety features and fire rating.
It is also important to note that the nala covers detail drawing should be coordinated with the architectural and structural drawings of the building to ensure that the nala cover is integrated seamlessly with the overall design of the structure.
Our tips to help you improve your architectural nala cover detailing.