Division 9 Ebook Page 118 Impaling Clip with Resin Spots

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS IMPALING CLIP/ ADHESIVE WITH RESIN SPOTS The following are guidelines given in good faith to help avoid common errors. They are not intended to be a step- by-step list of instructions or a checklist, and it is assumed the installer has general construction knowledge. Conwed Designscape Wall Technology bears no responsibility for any installation actions taken or not taken, and is not responsible for installer selection. HANDLING AND STORAGE Handle individual panels 'on edge' to avoid bending when moving and carrying. Store panels on a flat, dry, solid surface. Do not store on edge. Take necessary measures to keep panels dry, clean and free from dust. Pay special attention to edges. INSTALLATION 1. The wall surface must be dry and free from dirt, dust, grease, loose paint, or any foreign matter that would interfere with a good adhesive bond. If the wall surface is not reasonably flat then panel alignment will be compromised. 2. Snap lines on wall both vertically and horizontally keeping lines plumb and square to create panel locations on the wall. 3. Impaling clips are designed to help hold panels in place until adhesive dries. 4. Do not install impaling clips at resin spot locations. 5. Fully seat any fasteners used to attach impaling clips to the wall. 6. Use the following guide to determine the number of clips per panel: Width 12 12 12 12 12 30 48 48 48 48 48 Height 48 84 108 132 144 48 48 84 108 132 144 # Clips 3 4 5 6 6 5 5 8 10 12 12 7. Installers of Conwed Designscape Wall Technology products have successfully used the following construction mastics: PL 200, PL 400 (faster acting), Chemrex 200 and others. (This is not a product endorsement.) 8. Panels are supplied with chemically hardened resin spots on the panel back. Using resin spots, place a 2" diameter dab of construction mastic on each hardened spot. 9. Position the panel against the wall, tilt back to release the solvents and then reposition. Temporary support will likely be required to prevent panel slippage (When Impaling Clips are not used). 10. Use perimeter adhesive as a wet shim to help align the panel faces. Contact your local representative for ceiling application. &'& &25325$7,21 800 Gustafson Road Ladysmith, Wisconsin 54848 T: 1-800-932-2383 F: 1-800-833-4798 www.conweddesignscape.com 2014 Owens Corning. All Rights Reserved.

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