Division 9 Ebook Page 41 Wedge Wall Panels

Wedge Wall Panels 1. Construction: Composite core of dimensionally stable rigid fiberglass with 6 - 7 pcf density mounted to a 1/2 inch thick medium density overlay (MDO) plywood backer and ribs. 2. Recycled Content: For fiberglass, 52 percent pre-consumer and 5 percent post-consumer recycled content. 3. Absorptive Panels: 1/8 inch molded fiberglass of 16-20 pcf density over face and edges. 4. Reflective Panels: 1/16 inch unperforated copolymer over face. 5. Thickness: 1-1/2 inches minimum. 6. Core Thickness: 2 inches. 7. Size: 16 square feet maximum, with maximum length of 96 inches and minimum width of 24 inches. 8. Edge Profile: Square; covered with 1/8 inch molded fiberglass of 16-20 pcf density. 9. Corner Detail: Square. 10. Fabric Finish: Manufacturer, pattern and color as selected; applied directly over face and edges of panels to provide full finished edge, fully tailored corners. 11. Mounting Type: Panel clip to Z-bar. 12. Mounting Type: Panel clip to double wall clip. 13. Mounting Type: Z-Bar to Z-Bar. 14. Mounting Type: Z-clip and Velcro. 15. Flammability (ASTM E 84): Panel components except medium density overlay (MDO) plywood shall have a Class "A" rating per ASTM E 84. 16. Acoustical Performance: NRC based on panel configuration and finish. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 INSTALLATION A. Verify wet work such as plastering and concrete is complete and dry. Verify building is enclosed and under standard occupancy conditions (60 - 85 degrees F and not more than 70 percent relative humidity) prior to start of installation. Commencement of installation constitutes Installer's acceptance of surfaces and conditions. B. Install products in accordance with manufacturer's written instructions and in proper relationship with adjacent construction, including the following: 1. For adhesive installation to substrate, provide temporary support to prevent panel slippage. Note: Impaling clips are designed to help hold panels in place until adhesive dries. C. Touch-up, repair or replace damaged units until satisfactory results are obtained. END OF SECTION 2014 Owens Corning. All Rights Reserved.

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