Division 7 Ebook Page 499 EuroSpan Ceiling System, 09 54 46

Eurospan EOS System b. When core material is thicker than track profile, provide wood "grounds" or furring strips prior to mounting the track. 1) Provide fire retardant treated wood where required by Code. 2) Paint exposed edges, color to match the fabric. 4. Anchoring System: Provide pneumatic staples or screw fasteners appropriate for the mounting substrate. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1.1.1 EXAMINATION A. Examine the condition of the substrate and the conditions under which the work of this Section is to be performed. Notify the Contractor in writing of any unsatisfactory conditions. Do not proceed with the work until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected in a manner satisfactory to the installer. B. Field measures each area which is to receive the ceiling system to establish the correct layout. 3.1.1.2 INSTALLATION A. Install materials in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, and comply with governing regulations, fire resistance rating requirements, as indicated, and industry standards applicable to the work. B. Apply the rigid mounting system tracks to surfaces that are to receive the treatment. Secure with pneumatic staples or screw fasteners 2 -3-inches on center. 1. Other fasteners may be used as may be required for specific substrates, providing they are in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and comply with governing regulations and fire resistance rating requirements specified. C. Install mounting system tracks level and straight, flush and in proper alignment. D. Install the acoustical core material, continuous and flush to the edge of the track in largest sizes practical and secure in place with appropriate staples or screw fasteners. E. Shop cut the fabric slightly over-sized for each area to be covered. Label each piece and package, loosely folded, in clean containers for transportation to job site. Larger projects may require full rolls to be shipped to the job site where a clean cutting and staging area must be maintained. F. Stretch the fabric and secure into the locking jaws so that it will be smooth, free of wrinkles or puckers. Trim off excess fabric at perimeter and tuck remaining material into storage channel of the extrusion. Light use of a heat gun may be necessary to remove wrinkles at corners or other areas. G. Examine fabric as it is installed for damage, imperfections, and soiling. Notify other trades to use care in working around the installed fabric so as not to soil or damage the surface. 3.1.1.3 CLEANING AND PROTECTION A. Clean exposed surfaces of ceiling surface as necessary, complying with manufacturer's instructions for cleaning and repair of minor finish damage. Remove and replace work that cannot be successfully cleaned and repaired to permanently eliminate evidence of damage. FABRIC WRAPPED CEILING PANELS 09 54 46 - 3

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