Division 22 23 Ebook Page 215 Pipe and Equipment Insulation LEED Sheet

Owens Corning Pipe and Equipment Insulation Products help improve thermal performance and condensation control on mechanical systems in commercial buildings. This document applies to the LEED New Construction and Major Renovations, LEED Commercial Interiors, LEED Core & Shell, LEED for Schools and LEED for Existing Buildings, Operations & Maintenance products. As you pursue LEED Certification, rely on the products and expertise of Owens Corning . LEED Certification and the awarding of credits, is based on the overall project design, properly designed building systems and assemblies, and the performance of the project as a whole. Owens Corning Pipe and Equipment Insulation Products can be a component of many of these systems and assemblies, with all components within those systems and assemblies considered to assess compliance with the LEED Rating System used for certification within a given category. Owens Corning Pipe and Equipment Insulation Products contribute to the categories listed below. Owens Corning Pipe & Equipment Insulation Products: Table 1 Contribution to LEED Requirement LEED Credit Category LEED Requirement Owens Corning Product Contribution Energy and Atmosphere (EA)- Prerequisite 2: Minimum Energy Performance Credit 1: Optimize Energy Performance (1-19 points) Credit 1.3: Optimize Energy Performance (HVAC) (5-10 points) 10% performance improvement for new buildings or 5% better performance for renovated existing buildings, with baseline building performance rating calculated per method in Appendix G of ANSI/ ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2007 for whole building simulation. Improve building performance rating compared with the baseline building performance rating, calculated per Appendix G of ANSI/ ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2007 a whole project simulation model, with points awarded per energy cost savings in LEED table. Improve building performance rating compared with the baseline building performance rating, calculated per Appendix G of ANSI/ ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2007 a whole project simulation model, with points awarded per energy cost savings in LEED table. Pipe & Equipment Insulation helps reduce building energy demand while improving thermal comfort for the occupants. The project team is responsible for conducting the energy analysis to determine the overall building energy efficiency. Pipe & Equipment Insulation helps maximize mechanical systems energy performance and efficiency to reduce building energy demand. Overall contribution is dependent on R-value of product and the U-value of the design of the system used. The project team is responsible for conducting the energy analysis to determine the overall building energy efficiency. Pipe & Equipment Insulation helps maximize mechanical systems energy performance and efficiency to reduce building energy demand. Overall contribution is dependent on R-value of product and the U-value of the design of the system used. The project team is responsible for conducting the energy analysis to determine the overall building energy efficiency. (Chart continued on next page) Owens Corning Pipe & Equipment Insulation HELPING YOU ACHIEVE LEED CERTIFICATION Fiberglas SSL1 & SSL11 Pipe Insulation with All Service Jacket (ASJ) Fiberglas Pipe Insulation with Evolution Paper-Free ASJ VaporWick Pipe Insulation Fiberglas "No Wrap" Pipe Insulation Fiberglas Pipe & Equipment Insulation Fiberglas FlexWrap ASJ

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