Division 7 Ebook Page 438 FOAMULAR DURAPINK Insulation, 07 22 16

FOAMULAR Insulation, PRMA, Horizontal Waterproofing 1.1.1.3 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Installer Qualifications: The installation work of this Section shall be performed by an experienced waterproofing contractor approved and certified by the waterproofing system manufacturer. B. Each insulation board must be labeled with manufacturer's name, product brand name, ASTM material specification reference, and identification of the third party inspection agency used for building code qualification. C. Preconstruction Review: Before beginning construction, waterproofing, insulation, and ballast/protection system, the installer shall meet with installers of work adjacent to or which penetrates the waterproofing, insulation, and ballast to discuss the system. The meeting shall include an owner's representative and the waterproofing system manufacturer's representative to review procedures for preparation of the substrate and application of the waterproofing/insulation/ballast. D. The insulation selected shall be compatible with the waterproofing membrane and acceptable to the membrane manufacturer. E. Before start of waterproofing system application, review installed substrate surfaces for compliance with preparation requirements. Document necessary actions for correcting unacceptable surface conditions. F. Upon completion of the installation, an inspection shall be made by a representative of the waterproofing membrane manufacturer. G. The waterproofing membrane, or component containers, must be labeled with manufacturer's name and product brand name. H. There shall be no deviations from manufacturer's/supplier's specifications or the approved shop drawings without the prior written approval of the architect and manufacturer. 1.1.1.4 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING A. Deliver materials in manufacturer's original packaging. B. Store and protect products in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. Store in a dry area and protect from water, direct sunlight, flame, and ignition sources. Do not install insulation that has been damaged or wet . 1. In the event the board insulation becomes wet, wipe dry prior to installation. Note to Specifier: For proper fire protection of plastic foam in storage, consult the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards or the authority having jurisdiction. 1.1.1.5 PROJECT CONDITIONS A. Do not allow waste products (petroleum, grease, oil, solvents, vegetable or mineral oil, animal fat, etc.) or direct steam venting to come in contact with the waterproofing/insulation/ballast system. Any atypical exposures must be presented to Owens Corning or the membrane manufacturer for assessment of impact on products. B. The surface to be waterproofed shall be free of ponded water, ice or snow. This precaution is to discourage potential future condensation on the underside of the membrane. ROOF BOARD INSULATION 07 22 16 - 2

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