Tapered ACFoam®-II Specifications
Division 07 Thermal and Moisture Protection
Section 07 22 00 – Roof and Deck Insulation
Section 07 22 16 - Roof Board Insulation
PART 1 GENERAL
1.1 SECTION INCLUDES
- A. HCFC FREE Polyiso Rigid board type roof insulation(s) for thermal protection as part of roofing assemblies.
- B. Recover board Polyiso roof insulation.
- C. Roofing crickets.
1.2 RELATED SECTIONS
- A. Section 05 30 00 - Metal Decking.
- B. Section 06 10 00 - Rough Carpentry: Roof blocking and nailers.
Specifier Note: (finish article heading number in sequential order)
- A. ASTM C 1289 - Standard Specification for Faced Rigid Cellular Polyisocyanurate Insulation Board.
- B. ASTM D 312 - Standard Specification for Asphalt Used in Roofing.
- C. ASTM E 108 - Standard Test Methods for Fire Tests of Roof Coverings.
- D. ASTM E 119 - Standard Test Methods for Fire Tests of Building Construction and Materials.
- E. FM 4450 - Approval Standard - Class I Insulated Steel Roof Decks.
- F. FM 4470 - Approval Standard - Class I Roof Covers.
- G. FS HH-I-1972/1 - Insulation Board, Thermal, Polyurethane or Polyisocyanurate, Faced with Aluminum Foil on Both Sides of the Foam.
- H. FS HH-I-1972/2 - Insulation Board, Thermal, Polyurethane or Polyisocyanurate, Faced with Asphalt/Organic Felt, Asphalt/Asbestos Felt, or Asphalt/Glass Fiber Felt on Both Sides of the Foam.
- I. FS HH-I-1972/3 - Insulation Board, Thermal, Polyurethane or Polyisocyanurate, Faced with Perlite Insulation Board on One Side and Asphalt/Organic Felt or Asphalt/Glass Fiber Felt on the Other.
Specifiers Note: The above mentioned FS references are no longer applicable but may still be in some house master specs – it is recommended to remove these
- J. LTTR – Long Term Thermal Resistance predicted by CAN/ULC-S770-03.
- K. UL 263 - Fire Tests of Building Construction and Materials.
- L. UL 790 - Standard Test Methods for Fire Tests of Roof Coverings.
- M. UL 1256 - Fire Test of Roof Deck Constructions.
- N. ASTM E 2114-01 – Standard Terminology for Sustainability Relative to the Performance of Buildings
- O. ASTME 2129 –01 – Standard Practice for Data Collection for Sustainability Assessment of Building Products.
Specifier Note: Define unusual terms not explained in the Contract Documents but are used in unique ways not included in standard references. This article is rarely used BUT this is a new term as of 2003.
- A. LTTR (Long Term Thermal Resistance) is defined as using techniques from ASTM C1303 or CAN/ULC-S770, the predicted R-Value that has been shown to be equivalent to the average performance of a permeably faced foam insulation product over 15 years. LTTR applies to ALL foam insulation products with blowing agents other than air, such as polyiso, extruded polystyrene and polyurethane. The new method is based on consensus standards in the US and Canada.
- A. Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 and 01 60 00.
- B.Product Data:
- 1. Manufacturer´s specifications.
2. Installation instructions for insulation board and fasteners.
3. Product Data as per ASTM 2129 – 01 Standard for Data Collection for Sustainability Assessment of Building Products.
- 1. Submit 6 by 6 inch (152 by 152 mm) samples of each board type required.
2. Submit samples of each fastener type required.
- D. Shop Drawings: Roof plan showing layout of boards and fastening patterns.
- E. Certificates: System Manufacturer´s or insulation manufacturer’s certification that the insulation meets Zero ODP (Ozone Depletion Potential) and Zero GWP (Global Warming Potential) specification requirements.
- F. Thermal Warranty: Submit sample warranty indicating conditions and limitations.
1.6 QUALITY ASSURANCE
1.7 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
- A. Comply with general requirements specified in Section 01 65 00.
- B. Deliver insulation in packages labeled with material name, thermal value and product code.
- C. When stored outdoors, stack insulation on pallets above ground or roof deck and cover with tarpaulin or other suitable waterproof coverings. Slit or remove manufacturer´s packaging before covering with waterproof covering.
1.8 PROJECT CONDITIONS
- A. Comply with insurance underwriter´s requirements applicable for products of this Section.
- B. Do not install insulation on roof deck when water of any type is present. Do not apply roofing materials when substrate is damp or wet.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
- A. Acceptable Manufacturers: Atlas Roofing Corporation, _____________
- Atlas Roofing Corporation,
2000 RiverEdge Pkwy, Suite 800, Atlanta, GA 30328.
Ph. (770) 952-1442
Fax (770) 952-3170
- B. Local Representative(s): Atlas Roofing Corporation ____________________________,
*** INSERT NAME, ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER. ***
- C. Substitutions: Not permitted.
- D. Provide polyiso roof board insulation from a single manufacturer.
- A.Polyiso Roof Board Insulation: Provide products that comply with the following:
- 1. ASTM standards specified.
2. Factory Mutual (FM) approvals specified.
3. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) classifications specified.
4. Metro-Dade County, Florida Product Control.
5. California State Insulation Quality Standards and Title 25 Foam Flammability Criteria.
6. BOCA National Building Code Section on Foam Plastic Insulation
7. ICBO Uniform Building Code Section on Foam Plastic Insulation.
8. SBCCI Standard Building Code Section on Foam Plastic Insulation.
9. Canadian Compliance: CAN/ULC and CCMC.
B. Tapered ACFoam-IV: Closed-cell HCFC FREE “Green” polyisocyanurate foam core manufactured using [HCFC] [ACUltra Hydrocarbon] blowing agent and integrally laminated to heavy non-asphaltic fiber-reinforced felt facers; FM [1-60] [1-90] wind uplift classification; compressive strength - [20 psi] [25 psi].
- Federal Specification HH-I-1972/GEN, HH-I-1972/2, Class 1 and HH-I-1972/3 have been cancelled.
- ASTM C 1289, Type II, Class I, Grade 2 (20-psi) or Grade 3 (25-psi)
- Miami-Dade County, Florida Product Control No. 08-0111.01
- California State Insulation Quality Standards and Title 25 Foam Flammability Criteria (License #TC 1231)
- IBC, NBC, UBC and SBC Sections on Foam Insulation (Chapter 26).
- CCMC No. 12464-L
- CAN/CGSB- 51.26-M86
- State of Florida Product Approval #FL6796
FM Standard 4450/4470 Approval
Tapered ACFoam is approved for Class 1 insulated steel, wood, concrete and gypsum roof deck construction for 1-60 and 1-90 Windstorm Classifications (may be mopped or mechanically fastened to concrete roof decks). Refer to FM Approval Guide for details on specific systems.
UL Standard 1256 Classification
Insulated metal deck construction assemblies - Construction #120 and #123
UL Standard 790 (ASTM E 108) Classification
Class A with most roof membrane systems. See UL Roofing Materials & Systems Directory.
UL Standard 263 Fire Resistance Classification (ASTM E 119)
Some classifications for fire resistance for Tapered ACFoam are P225, P230, P259, P508, P510, P514, P519, P701, P710, P713,P717, P718, P719, P720, P722, P723, P724, P725, P727, P728, P729, P730, P732, P801, P814, P815, P818, P819, and P828.
UL of Canada
Insulated Roof Deck Assemblies - Construction No. C34
Meets CAN/ULC-S126-M86, CAN/ULC-S101-M89, CAN/ULC-S107-M87
*** INSERT REQUIRED "R" VALUE BELOW. ***
- C. LTTR - Insulation "R" Value:* Long-term thermal resistance values of the foam were determined in accordance with CAN/ULC-S770. All test samples were third-party selected and tested by an accredited materials testing laboratory.
- D.Related Materials:
- 1. Fasteners: Factory Mutual approved.
2. Base Ply: As recommended by membrane manufacturer.
3. Fasteners: For Nail Base and Vented-R: Atlas Nail Base Fasteners.
4.Asphalt Bitumen: Comply with ASTM D 312, Type III (steep) or Type IV. USE ONLY ON APPROVED BOARD INSULATION TYPES.
- a. Provide with labels indicating flash point, softening point, finished blowing temperature, and equiviscous temperature.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
- A. Examine roof deck for suitability to receive insulation. Verify that substrate is dry, clean and free of foreign material that will damage insulation or impede installation.
- B. Verify that roof drains, scuppers, roof curbs, nailers, equipment supports, vents and other roof accessories are secured properly and installed in conformance with Contract Drawings and submittals.
- C.Verify that deck is structurally sound to support installers, materials and equipment without damaging or deforming work.
- 1. Start of installation indicates installer accepts conditions of existing deck surfaces.
3.2 APPLICATION / INSTALLATION
*** VERIFY NEED FOR A VAPOR RETARDER WITH DESIGNER IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT VAPOR RETARDER THEORY AND ENGINEERING FORMULAS. WHEN REQUIRED, INSERT INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS OF VAPOR RETARDER MANUFACTURER. .***
Specifiers Note: Atlas strongly recommends the use of a vapor retarder with a perm rating of 0.5 or less (i.e., 4 mil polyethylene minimum) on all projects except those in extreme cooling climates.
- A. Install specified insulation using approved [mechanical fasteners] [hot asphalt] [adhesives] in accordance with manufacturer´s latest written instructions and as required by governing codes and Owner´s insurance carrier.
- B. Install with end joints staggered to avoid having insulation joints coinciding with joints in deck. In multi-layer installations, stagger joints in top and bottom layers.
*** NOTE TO SPECIFIER: ATLAS SUPPORTS NRCA AND OTHER INDUSTRY AUTHORITIES IN RECOMMENDING MULTI-LAYER INSULATION APPLICATIONS. (SEE TECHNICAL BULLETIN #00-01) ***
3.3 CLEANING / PROTECTION
- A. Remove trash and construction debris from insulation surface prior to application of roofing membrane.
- B.Do not leave installed insulation exposed to weather. Cover and waterproof with completed roof system immediately after installation.
- 1. Temporarily seal exposed insulation edges at the end of each day.
2. Remove and replace installed insulation that has become wet or damaged with new insulation.
- C. Protect installed insulation and roof cover from traffic by use of protective covering materials during and after installation.