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OptiLiner Banded Liner System, Thermal, Metal Building B. Purlin and girt attachment surfaces should be clean and dry prior to attaching two-faced tape or sealing adhesive. C. Installed fiberglass insulation should fit snugly against purlin and girt walls in the cavity space. Avoid gaps, voids and any excess compression. 3.1.1.3 CLEANING A. Clean dirt from vapor barrier fabric using a soft cloth with soap and water or non-abrasive household cleaner. Solvent-based cleaners and abrasive pads should be avoided. 3.1.1.4 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS A. Installation contractor must have a site-specific safety plan and comply with all OSHA applicable local rules and regulations when installing this system. B. Workers must use OSHA required fall protection when installing the banded liner system at heights (see OSHA regulations at 29 CFR 1926, Subpart M). C. Banding has sharp edges and cut proof gloves should be worn when handling. 3.1.1.5 APPENDIX A. Refer to the Owens Corning publications listed below for product information, including uses, descriptions, physical properties, performance, specification compliance and application recommendations. Copies of these documents can be found at www.owenscorning.com. 1. OptiLiner Banded Liner System Product Data Sheet - Owens Corning Publication 10011681 2. OptiLiner Wall Installation Instructions - Owens Corning Publication 10011266 3. OptiLiner Roof Installation Instructions - Owens Corning Publication 10011267 4. OptiLiner Bi-Directional Banding Option - Owens Corning Publication 10011602 END OF SECTION Pub. No. 10019393 2014 Owens Corning. All Rights Reserved. PRE-ENGINEERED BUILDING BLANKET INSULATION 07 21 16 - 5

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