Division 22 23 Ebook Page 103 Fiberglasí 700 Series Insulation Product Data Sheet

Product Data Sheet 700 Series FIBERGLAS Insulation Type 701 Type 703 Type 705 Type 706 Type 707 Description 700 Series Insulations are made of inorganic glass fibers with a thermosetting resin binder and formed into flexible, semi-rigid or rigid rectangular boards of varying densities. Types 703 and 705 are available with factory-applied FRK or poly encapsulated ASJ Max facings. Both facings are vapor retarders and provide a neat, finished appearance in mechanical applications. Key Features 700 Series FIBERGLAS Insulations save energy and reduce heat transfer, lowering operating costs. Available in five types, providing a selection of products to meet specific performance, appearance and economic requirements. The ASJ Max facing is tougher 3 than standard ASJ. It has a polymer coating that helps resist water staining and does not support mold or mildew growth 4 . The ASJ Max facing can resist short durations of liquid water exposure that can occur during construction. Resists damage and maintains structural integrity and efficiency. Efficiently reduces sound transmission. Lightweight and resilient, 700 Series products are easy to handle, fabricate on the job site and install. 700 Series FIBERGLAS Insulations are available in: 24"x48" (610mm x 1,219mm) in thicknesses from 1" (25mm) to 4" (102mm) in " (13mm) increments Maximum thickness, Type 705, is 3" (76mm) Maximum thickness, Type 706, 707, is 2" (51mm) Product Applications 701-Lightweight and flexible, it is used as acoustic insulation batts and to insulate items with irregular surfaces where an exterior finish will be supported mechanically. 703-Semi-rigid boards for use on mechanical equipment and air conditioning ductwork. Physical Property Data Property Test Method Value Equipment Operating Temperature Limitation 1 ASTM C411 0 to 450 F (-18 C to 232 C) Insulation Jacket Temperature Limitation ASTM C1136 -20 F to 150 F (-29 C to 66 C) Jacket Permeance ASTM E96, Proc. A 0.02 perm Jacket Burst Strength ASTM D774 FRK: 35 psi; ASJ Max: 100 psi Compressive Strength (minimum) at 10% deformation at 25% deformation ASTM C165 Type 703 25 lb/ft 2 (1197 Pa) 90 lb/ft 2 (4309 Pa) Type 705 200 lb/ft 2 (9576 Pa) Water Vapor Sorption ASTM C1104 <2% by weight at 120F (49C), 95% R.H. Nominal Density ASTM C167 Type 701: 1.5 pcf (24 kg/m 3 ) ASTM C303 Type 703: 3.0 pcf (48 kg/m 3 ) Type 705, 706: 6.0 pcf (96 kg/m 3 ) Type 707: 7.0 pcf (112 kg/m 3 ) Surface Burning Characteristics 2 Flame Spread Smoke Developed UL 723, ASTM E84 or CAN/ULC-S102 25 50 1. Maximum thickness at 450 F (232 C): Type 701: 6" (152mm); Type 703, 705, 706: 4" (102mm). 2. The surface burning characteristics of these products have been determined in accordance with UL 723, ASTM E84 or CAN/ULC-S102. This standard should be used to measure and describe the properties of materials, products or assemblies in response to heat and flame under controlled laboratory conditions and should not be used to describe or appraise the fire hazard or fire risk of materials, products or assemblies under actual fire conditions. However, results of this test may be used as elements of a fire risk assessment which takes into account all of the factors which are pertinent to an assessment of the fire hazard of a particular end use. Values are reported to the nearest 5 rating. 3. Based on burst strength testing. 4. ASJ Max jacket does not support mold growth when tested in accordance with ASTM C1338.

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