Division 22 23 Ebook Page 105 Fiberglasí 700 Series Insulation Product Data Sheet

Product Data Sheet 700 Series FIBERGLAS Insulation the surface where cross breaking is used for stiffening. Weld pin lengths must be selected for tight fit but avoid "oil-canning." In multiple layer applications, use faced material on outer layer only. Where a vapor retarder is required, cover pins and clips with vapor sealing, pressure-sensitive patches matching insulation facing. Rub hard with a plastic sealing tool for a tight bond and a vapor seal. All insulation joints should be sealed with pressure-sensitive joint sealing tape to match the insulation facing. Rub hard with a plastic sealing tool to effect a tight bond. Recommended practice suggests 3" (76mm) wide tape on flat surfaces or where edges are shiplapped and stapled. Use 5" (102mm) wide tape in lieu of shiplapping. If insulation is being applied to sheet metal duct work, all sheet metal joints must be sealed prior to insulating. Glass fabric and mastic may be used in lieu of pressure-sensitive tape. For Vertical Applications 700 Series Insulation can be installed between furring strips, hat channels and Z-shaped furring where a finish will be applied. For exposed applications, the product can be impaled on impaling pins or adhered with adhesive. For Horizontal Applications 700 Series Insulation can be installed on horizontal surfaces by using impaling pins. On Curtainwalls 700 Series Insulation is easily installed by mounting on impaling pins or holding in place with supporting clips designed for the application. Follow curtainwall manufacturer's instructions for clearance. On Masonry Construction 700 Series Insulation can be installed between wythes, on the interior face with stick pins, or by using appropriate adhesives. On Precast Concrete 700 Series Insulation can be installed using impaling pins or appropriate adhesives. When using adhesive, follow adhesive manufacturer's recommendations for surface preparation and adhesive pattern. When using impaling pins, follow pin manufacturer's recommendations for surface preparation. Lengths should be selected for tight fit. Protect pin tips where subject to contact. Pins should be located 3"-8" from the edge(s) of the board. Maintaining the integrity of the vapor retarder is important for effective moisture/humidity control. Repair any punctures or tears in the facing by taping with a matching pressure sensitive tape. Product should be kept dry during shipping, storage and installation. Standards, Codes Compliance ASTM C553, Mineral Fiber Blanket Thermal Insulation, Type III - Type 701 ASTM C612, Mineral Fiber Block & Board Thermal Insulation, Types IA, IB - Types 703, 705, 706, 707 ASTM C795, Thermal Insulation For Use Over Austenitic Stainless Steel 1 (except 701) ASTM C1136, Flexible Low Permeance Vapor Retarders for Thermal Insulation, Type I: ASJ Max; Type II: FRK Nuclear Regulatory Commission Guide 1.36, Non- Metallic Thermal Insulation 1 (except 701) Doesn't contain the fire retardant decabrominated diphenyl ether (decaBDE) CAN/CGSB-51.10 - Type I, Class I - Types 703 NFPA 90A and 90B California Insulation Quality Standards CA-T052 Thermal Conductivity Mean Temp. F k, Btuin/hrft 2 F Mean Temp. C l , W/mC 701 703 705, 706 50 0.22 0.21 0.22 10 0.032 0.030 0.032 75 0.24 0.23 25 0.035 0.033 0.034 100 0.26 0.24 0.25 50 0.040 0.036 0.037 150 0.30 0.27 75 0.045 0.040 0.041 200 0.35 0.30 100 0.052 0.045 0.045 250 0.40 0.34 0.33 125 0.059 0.050 0.049 300 0.46 0.38 0.37 150 0.067 0.055 0.053 1. Preproduction qualification testing complete and on file. Chemical analysis of each production lot required for total conformance. Certification needs to be specified at time of order.

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