Division 22 23 Ebook Page 218 Fiberglas Rigid and Semi-Rigid Insulation LEED Sheet

Table 1 Contribution to LEED Requirement LEED Credit Category LEED Requirement Owens Corning Product Contribution Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)- Prerequisite 3: Minimum Acoustic Performance Credit 7 & 7.1: Thermal Comfort (1 point each) Credit 9: Enhanced Acoustical Performance (1 point) Credit 10: Mold Prevention (1 point) Classrooms and core learning spaces with background noise from HVAC systems at 45 dBA or less, and have reverberation times per the ANSI Standard S12.60-2002, Acoustical Performance Criteria, Design Requirements and Guidelines for Schools. Design HVAC systems and building envelope to meet the requirements of ASHRAE Standard 55-2004, Thermal Comfort Conditions for Human Occupancy. Demonstrate design compliance in accordance with the Section 6.1.1 documentation. Apply ANSI Standard S12.60-2002, Acoustical Performance Criteria, Design Requirements and Guidelines for Schools for STC rating of building shell, classroom and core learning space partitions; HVAC background noise at 40 dBA; windows at least STC 35. Added to IEQ Credits 3.1, 7.1, and 7.2, HVAC systems/controls limit RH to 60% and IAQ program based on U.S. EPA document, Building Air Quality: A Guide for Building Owners and Facility Managers, EPA reference number 402-F-91-102, December 1991. Fiberglas Insulation is effective at reducing noise transfer through building assemblies and improving room sound quality. See individual product data sheets for details. Fiberglas Insulations contribute to a comfortable thermal environment. See individual product data sheets for details, and check with local sales representative for product applications. Fiberglas Insulation reduces noise transfer through building assemblies and improves room sound quality and is a significant contributor to improved acoustic performance in schools and healthcare facilities. See individual product data sheets for details. Fiberglas does not attract or absorb moisture and does not contribute to mold growth. See individual product data sheets for details. Innovation in Design (ID)- (1-4 points) Credit can be achieved through any combination of the Innovation in Design and Exemplary Performance. Refer to individual product data sheets or check with the local sales representative for product applications. Note: No individual material enables a credit point to be taken within LEED because each category is dependent on the aggregate of all materials and their proportionate relationship to the total dollar cost of all materials. (Continued) Figure 1 Owens Corning Fiberglas Rigid & Semi-Rigid Insulation Plant Locations To view other Owens Corning products that help contribute to LEED certification please visit http://sustainability.owenscorning.com/ and download Pub. No. 10011611. Newark, OH OWENS CORNING INSULATING SYSTEMS, LLC ONE OWENS CORNING PARKWAY TOLEDO, OHIO 43659 1-800-GET-PINK www.owenscorningcommercial.com Pub. No. 10011698-B. Printed in U.S.A. July 2014. The color PINK is a registered trademark of Owens Corning. 2014 Owens Corning. All Rights Reserved. LEED is a registered trademark of US Green Building Council.

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