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SECTION 13 30 00 - Special Structures
 
 
PRE-ENGINEERED STRUCTURES
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** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Varco Pruden Buildings; pre-engineered buildings including steel framing, roof, walls and finishes.
.
This section is based on the products of Varco Pruden Buildings, which is located at:
3200 Players Club Circle
Memphis, TN 38125
Toll Free Tel: 866-538-0012
Tel: 901-748-8000
Fax: 901-748-9323
Email: request info (vpsales@vp.com)
Web: www.vp.com
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PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Pre-engineered building and components including the following:
1.
Structural steel frame, secondary framing, and miscellaneous framing.
2.
Roof covering system including exterior roof panels, panel attachments, sealants, mastics, trim and flashings.
3.
Exterior panels including wall, liner and soffit panels.
4.
Insulation and insulation support system.
5.
Manufactured roof insulation system.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.
 
B.
Wall accessories including the following:
1.
Windows.
2.
Service doors.
3.
Louvers.
4.
Wall openings.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.
 
C.
Roof accessories including the following:
1.
Eave gutters.
2.
Multi-gutters and valley gutters.
3.
Translucent roof panels.
4.
Domed unit skylights.
5.
Gravity ventilators.
6.
Ridge ventilators.
7.
Structural facade system.
8.
Roof curbs.
9.
Roof walkways.
10.
Walkway kits.
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.
 
A.
Section 03 30 00 - Cast-in-Place Concrete.
B.
Section 08 81 13 - Decorative Glass Glazing.
C.
Section 09 90 00 - Painting and Coating.
1.3
REFERENCES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
A.
American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC):
1.
AISC 360 - Specification for Structural Steel Buildings.
2.
AISC 341 - Seismic Provisions for Structural Steel Buildings (when appropriate).
3.
AISC Design Guide 3 - Serviceability for Steel Buildings
B.
American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI):
1.
AISI S100 - North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members.
C.
American Welding Society (AWS):
1.
AWS D1.1 / D1.1M - Structural Welding Code - Steel.
2.
AWS D1.3 / D1.3M - Structural Welding Code - Sheet Steel.
D.
Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AISE):
1.
AISE 13 - Specifications for Design and Construction of Mill Buildings.
E.
ASTM International (ASTM):
1.
ASTM A 325 - Standard Specification for Structural Bolts, Steel, Heat Treated, 120/105 ksi Minimum Tensile Strength.
2.
ASTM A 653 / A 653M - Standard Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process.
3.
ASTM A 792 / A 792M - Standard Specification for Steel Sheet, 55 % Aluminum-Zinc Alloy-Coated by the Hot-Dip Process.
4.
ASTM B 117 - Standard Practice for Operating Salt Spray (Fog) Apparatus.
5.
ASTM C 518 - Standard Test Method for Steady-State Thermal Transmission Properties by Means of the Heat Flow Meter Apparatus.
6.
ASTM C 1363 - Standard Test Method for Thermal Performance of Building Materials and Envelope Assemblies by Means of a Hot Box Apparatus.
7.
ASTM D 522 - Standard Test Methods for Mandrel Bend Test of Attached Organic Coatings.
8.
ASTM D 523 - Standard Test Method for Specular Gloss.
9.
ASTM D 968 - Standard Test Methods for Abrasion Resistance of Organic Coatings by Falling Abrasive.
10.
ASTM D 1308 - Standard Test Method for Effect of Household Chemicals on Clear and Pigmented Organic Finishes.
11.
ASTM D 2244 - Standard Practice for Calculation of Color Tolerances and Color Differences from Instrumentally Measured Color Coordinates.
12.
ASTM D 2247 - Standard Practice for Testing Water Resistance of Coatings in 100% Relative Humidity.
13.
ASTM D 2794 - Standard Test Method for Resistance of Organic Coatings to the Effects of Rapid Deformation (Impact).
14.
ASTM D 3361 - Standard Practice for Unfiltered Open-Flame Carbon-Arc Exposures of Paint and Related Coatings.
15.
ASTM D 4214 - Standard Test Methods for Evaluating the Degree of Chalking of Exterior Paint Films.
16.
ASTM E 84 - Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.
17.
ASTM E 96 / E 96M - Standard Test Methods for Water Vapor Transmission of Materials.
18.
ASTM E 1592 - Standard Test Method for Structural Performance of Sheet Metal Roof and Siding Systems by Uniform Static Air Pressure Difference.
19.
ASTM G 87 - Standard Practice for Conducting Moist SO2 Tests.
F.
FM Global:
1.
FMRC Standard 4471 - Approval Standard for Class 1 Roofs for Hail Damage Resistance, Combustibility, and Wind Uplift Resistance.
G.
Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA):
1.
MBMA Metal Building Systems Manual.
2.
Seismic Design Guide for Metal Building Systems.
H.
North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA):
1.
NAIMA 202 - Standard For Flexible Fiber Glass Insulation to be Laminated for Use in Metal Buildings.
I.
The Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC):
1.
SSPC-Paint 15 - Primer for Use Over Hand Cleaned Steel performs to SSPC-Paint 15 standards.
2.
SSPC-SP2 - Hand Tool Cleaning.
J.
Underwriters Laboratories (UL):
1.
UL 580 - Standard for Tests for Uplift Resistance of Roof Assemblies.
2.
UL 723 - Standard for Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.
K.
US Army Corps of Engineers (COE):
1.
COE Unified Facilities Guide Specification Section 07 61 13.
1.4
DEFINITIONS
A.
Building Width: Measured from outside to outside of sidewall girts. Typically edge to edge of concrete.
B.
Building Length: Measured from outside to outside of end wall girts. Typically edge to edge of concrete
C.
Building Line: Outside face of steel/girt.
D.
Building Eave Height: Measured from the top of the eave member at the outside of the sidewall girt line to the bottom of the sidewall column base plate or to finished floor if columns are on grout or recessed below finished floor.
E.
Bay Spacing: Measured from centerline to centerline of primary frames for interior bays and from centerline of the first interior frame to outside of end wall girts for end bays.
F.
Roof Pitch: The ratio of the vertical rise to the horizontal run (i.e. 1:12 = 1 inch of rise for every foot of horizontal dimension).
1.5
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
A.
General:
1.
Provide metal building frame, metal wall panels, metal roof panels, accessories and miscellaneous materials for a complete enclosure including supports for building components specified in other sections.
2.
Design structural systems according to professionally recognized methods and standards and legally adopted building codes.
3.
Design under supervision of professional engineer licensed in the jurisdiction of the Project.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following design criteria are representative of those needed for a pre-engineered building but may not be completely appropriate for a particular project. Verify requirements of building codes and the owner and verify that those requirements can be met by the manufacturer's design.
 
B.
Design Requirements:
1.
Bay size: _____.
2.
Roof pitch: _____.
3.
Building location zip code: _________
4.
Roof Live Load: _____ psf (____ MPa), reducible.
5.
Roof Live Load: _____ psf (____ MPa), non-reducible.
6.
Ground Snow Load: _____ psf (____ MPa).
7.
Collateral Loads: ____ psf (____ MPa). (include how much Collateral load will resist uplift _____ psf)
8.
Rainfall intensity per hour _______
9.
Reliability/redundancy factor: Frames _______ bracing________
10.
Seismic Loads: Calculate in accordance with applicable code
11.
Building use/importance category ____, Soil Profile _________, Effective Peak Velocity Related Acceleration Coefficient (Ss/Sa) ____, Effective Peak Acceleration Coefficient (S1/Sa) ____, include ____ percent of the roof snow load in seismic load calculations.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete floor load requirements if not required.
 
12.
Floor Load:
a.
Live Load: ____ psf (____ MPa).
b.
Dead Load: ____ psf (____ MPa).
c.
Collateral Loads: ____ psf (____ MPa).
d.
Partition Load: ____ psf (____ MPa).
e.
Beam max deflection L/_____ Joist max deflection L/______
13.
Dead loads, including the weight of all indicated permanent construction:
a.
Elements required for support of lights and light battens, hanging fixtures, mechanical equipment, piping, ceiling hanger wires, and all other items required to provide a complete building and not specifically indicated on the drawings.
14.
Wind Loads:
a.
Roof Wind Load: Calculate in accordance with applicable code, using ____ mph Basic Wind Speed or pressure______, Exposure Category ___, and Importance Factor of ____. Wind Enclosure (enclosed, partially enclosed, open) ___________________
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** UL Class 90 is available for SSR (24 gage), with or without liner; Panel Rib, and SLRII. Class 60 and Class 90 is available for Panel Rib only. See the UL Roofing Materials and Systems Directory or call VP Buildings for more details. Delete the following if not required for the project.
 
15.
SLRII Roof System tested and certified to meet Underwriters Laboratories UL 90 wind uplift rating with supports 5 feet on center and in the 24 gage panel, meets FM1-90 and FM1-120.
16.
SLRII Roof System approved by US Army Corps of Engineers for wind uplift resistance ASTM E 1592.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** SSR Select one of the following as required for the project, deleting the other three.
 
17.
SSR Roof System tested and certified to meet Factory Mutual FM wind classification rating:
a.
FM 1-60.
b.
FM 1-75.
c.
FM 1-90.
d.
FM 1-120.
18.
SSR Roof System tested and certified to meet Underwriters Laboratories UL 90 wind uplift rating.
19.
Panels tested in accordance with U.S. Corp of Engineers ASTM E 1592.
20.
Panel fastening meeting uplift requirements based on tested fastener values with appropriate Safety Factors.
21.
Purlin strength with SSR roof panel determined and tested in accordance with AISI procedures.
22.
SSR panels are tested and accepted for use by the Dade County Commission.
23.
Panel Rib panels are accepted for use by the Dade County Building Commission and are UL-60 and UL-90 certified.
24.
All load and code information must be obtained directly from the authority having jurisdiction.
C.
Performance Requirements:
1.
System to withstand gravity and lateral loads in compliance with contract documents.
2.
Refer to contract drawings for additional concentrated loads to pre-engineered building hanger beams and support jacks.
3.
Allowable Deflections: Deflection/drift criteria shall follow recommendations outlined in AISC Design Guide 3 and MBMA Serviceability recommendations.
4.
Metal wall panels (interior and exterior) shall not to be used as shear elements. Specify if metal wall and girt assembly require specific deflection constraints
5.
Construct assembly to permit movement of components without buckling, failure of joint seals, undue stress on fasteners or other detrimental effects, when subject to temperature range of 100 degrees F (37 degrees C) in a 24 hour period.
6.
Design and fabricate wall and roof systems free of distortion or defects detrimental to appearance or performance. Some oil canning in rolled panels especially in the flats of the panel is normal and is not cause for rejection.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Appropriate deflection criteria for non-metal wall components are dependent on the required adjacent details. Serviceability requirements in these areas must be specified separately by responsible design professional.
 
D.
Serviceability Criteria: Deflection limits for major components based on VP Buildings standards unless otherwise noted. Deflection requirements on hangars with sliding or fabric doors need to be included for the door support frames both from dead load deflection in inches and uplift deflection in inches. This may differ from the building due to the specific door requirements and should be supplied to eliminate future deflection issues.
1.6
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
B.
Design Data: Provide detailed design criteria and calculations prepared by a licensed structural engineer.
C.
Certification: Manufacturer certification that the building conforms to the contract documents and manufacturer's standard design procedures.
D.
Shop Drawings: Show building layout, primary and secondary framing member sizes and locations, cross-sections, and product and connection details.
1.
Anchor Bolt Installation Drawings: Layouts with minimum bolt diameters (anchors are typically by others in the metal building industry).
E.
Product Data: Information on manufactured products to be incorporated into the project.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete selection samples if colors have already been selected.
 
F.
Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of color chips representing manufacturer's full range of available colors and patterns.
G.
Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 6 inches square, representing actual product, color, and patterns.
H.
Certificates: Welder certifications
1.7
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer Qualifications: Not less than 5 years experience in the actual production of specified products.
1.
Member of the Metal Building Manufacturer's Association (MBMA).
2.
Primary manufacturer of frames, secondary steel, roof and wall sheeting, and trim.
B.
Installer Qualifications - Firm experienced in application or installation of systems similar in complexity to those required for this project, plus the following:
1.
Acceptable to or licensed by manufacturer.
2.
3 years experience with systems.
3.
Successfully completed not less than 5 comparable scale projects using this system.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include a mock-up if the project size and/or quality warrant taking such a precaution. The following is one example of how a mock-up on a large project might be specified. When deciding on the extent of the mock-up, consider all the major different types of work on the project.
 
C.
Mock-Up: Provide a mock-up for evaluation of surface preparation techniques and application workmanship.
1.
Finish areas designated by Architect.
2.
Do not proceed with remaining work until workmanship, color, and sheen are approved by Architect.
3.
Refinish mock-up area as required to produce acceptable work.
1.8
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging until ready for installation.
B.
Store and dispose of solvent-based materials, and materials used with solvent-based materials, in accordance with requirements of local authorities having jurisdiction.
1.9
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's recommended limits.
1.10
WARRANTY
A.
Manufacturer shall warranty installed system for the periods described herein, starting from Date of Substantial Completion or ninety days from delivery, whichever comes first, against all the conditions indicated below. When notified in writing from Owner, manufacturer/installer shall, promptly and without inconvenience and cost to Owner, correct said deficiencies.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete warranty types not required.
 
1.
Materials and Workmanship Warranty:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete warranty period not required.
 
a.
Warranty Period: 3 years, standard.
b.
Warranty Period: 5 years, premium.
2.
No Dollar Limit (NDL) Material and Workmanship Warranty:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete warranty period not required.
 
a.
Warranty Period: 3 years, standard.
b.
Warranty Period: 5 years, premium.
3.
Panel Rib Standard Weathertight Warranty:
a.
Warranty Period: 10 years, standard.
4.
SSR/SLR Standard Weathertight Endorsement:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete warranty period not required.
 
a.
Warranty Period: 10 years.
b.
Warranty Period: 20 years.
5.
SSR/SLR Optima Weathertight Endorsement:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete warranty period not required.
 
a.
Warranty Period: 10 years.
b.
Warranty Period: 20 years.
6.
No Dollar Limit (NDL) Weathertight Endorsement:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete warranty period not required.
 
a.
Warranty Period: 10 years.
b.
Warranty Period: 20 years.
7.
Structural NDL Endorsement:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete warranty period not required.
 
a.
Warranty Period: 10 years.
b.
Warranty Period: 20 years.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the two following paragraphs. 25 year warranty is available only with the KXL pigmented paint finish or the Galvalume metallic coating.
 
8.
Finish Warranty:
a.
Finish coating shall not peel, blister, chip, crack or check in finish, and shall not chalk in excess of 8 numerical ratings when measured in accordance with ASTM D 4214.
b.
Finish coating shall not change color or fade in excess of 5 NBS units as determined by ASTM D 2244.
1)
Panel finish: 25 years.
9.
Performance Warranty: Furnish written warranty, stating sheet metal roofing system and flashing (flashing under premium warranty only) under this Section will be maintained in watertight condition and defects resulting from the following items will be corrected without cost to Owner for a period of 10 or 20 years.
a.
Faulty workmanship.
b.
Defective materials including sealants and fasteners.
c.
Water infiltration.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: Varco Pruden Buildings, which is located at: 3200 Players Club Circle; Memphis, TN 38125; Toll Free Tel: 866-538-0012; Tel: 901-748-8000; Fax: 901-748-9323; Email: request info (vpsales@vp.com); Web: www.vp.com
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.
 
B.
Substitutions: Not permitted.
C.
Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01 60 00 - Product Requirements.
2.2
STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete primary framing not required. If more than one framing type is required for a single building, edit the following text to indicate that multiple types are required -- if necessary refer to the drawings for locations.
 
A.
Primary Framing: Rigid Frame (RF Series) solid web framing consisting of tapered or uniform depth rafters rigidly connected to tapered or uniform depth columns. Provide a clear span that supports the loads at bay spacing indicated. Frames can have a roof pitch as low as 1/4:12 and span can typically range from 30 feet to 300 feet in increments of 1/16 inch (1.6 mm) spacing, with the steel yield of 55 ksi.
B.
Primary Framing: Continuous Beam (CB Series) solid web framing utilizing tapered or uniform depth beams or girders supported on tapered or uniform depth columns. Locate interior columns where indicated and designed to support loads at bay spacing indicated. With the CB frame, virtually any width building is possible with a minimum roof slope of 1/4:12 and the ridge at any desired location. Steel is 55 ksi.
C.
Primary Framing: Truss Beam (TB Series) open web framing utilizing roof trusses supported on uniform depth columns. Truss beams provide a clear span that supports the loads at bay spacing indicated. Minimum slope of 1/4:12. With Truss beams, virtually any width or eave height can be achieved. Columns and top and bottom chords are 55 ksi, web lattice members are 50 ksi.
D.
Primary Framing: Continuous Truss (CT Series) open web framing utilizing continuous trusses supported by exterior and interior uniform depth columns that supports the loads at bay spacing indicated. Minimum slope of 1/4:12. With Continuous Truss, virtually any width or eave height can be achieved. Columns and top and bottom chords are 55 ksi, web lattice members are 50 ksi.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete endwall framing not required. If more than one type of endwall framing is required for a single building, edit the following text to indicated that multiple types are required -- if necessary, refer to the drawings for locations. Post and beam ("P and B") frames are designed using corner posts, end posts and rake beams. Full frame endwall frames may be used in conjunction with endposts when future expansion is required. Half loaded Full frame endwall frames may be used when no future expansion is required, but when endposts cannot be used.
 
E.
End Wall Framing: Corner posts, end posts and rake beams.
F.
End Wall Framing: Half-loaded full frames.
G.
End Wall Framing: Full frames with end posts, for future expansion.
H.
Steel Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP 2.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete secondary framing members not required. Secondary framing members are the structural members which carry loads to the primary framing members. They consist of eave members, roof purlins, transbay members, wind struts, wind bracing, wall girts and other miscellaneous structural framing and are either welded built-up sections, cold-formed light gage shapes, open web members and/or hot-rolled shapes.
 
2.3
SECONDARY FRAMING
A.
Purlins: Zee-shaped; depth as required; with minimum yield strength of 60,000 psi (410 MPa); simple span or continuous span as required for design. G-30 galvanized standard material with G-90 availability. Welded members are manufacturer's standard primer. Continuous for zees only.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete purlin sizes not required.
 
1.
Purlin Size: 7 inches.
2.
Purlin Size: 8.5 inches.
3.
Purlin Size: 10 inches.
4.
Purlin Size: 11.5 inches.
B.
Girts: Zee- or Cee-shaped; depth as required, with minimum yield strength of 60,000 psi (410 MPa); simple span or continuous span as required for design. G-30 galvanized standard material with G-90 availability. Welded members are manufacturer's standard primer.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete girt sizes not required.
 
1.
Girt Size: 7 inches.
2.
Girt Size: 8.5 inches.
3.
Girt Size: 10 inches.
4.
Girt Size: 11.5 inches.
C.
Truss Purlins: Truss purlins are used as roof secondary structural members when bay spacing exceeds the limits of standard zee purlins. They are constructed of G30 (G90 Optional) cold-formed lipped hat section chords and continuous, cold-formed round tubing diagonals.
1.
Truss purlins are available in three member depths: 30.0 inches and 34.0 inches and 40.0 inches.
2.
30.0" deep truss purlin span range is a minimum of 11 feet 6 inches up through 60 feet 0 inches.
3.
34.0" deep truss purlin span range is a minimum of 13 feet 0 inches up through 60 feet 0 inches.
4.
40.0" deep truss purlin span range is a minimum of 15 feet 6 inches up through 60 feet 0 inches.
5.
Truss Purlins are available with a seat depth of 5.0 inches.
6.
All Top and Bottom chord bracing shall be field bolted.
D.
Transbay Members: Bar joist, parallel chord, secondary joists; simple span, utilizing materials, sizes and yield strength as required.
E.
Wind Bracing: Portal, torsional, diagonal bracing or diaphragm in accordance with manufacturer's standard design practices; utilizing rods, angles, and other members, with minimum yield strengths as required for design but in most cases, 50 ksi.
F.
Primary Frame Flange Bracing: Attached from purlins or girts to the primary framing, minimum yield strength as required for design but in most cases 60 ksi.
2.4
MISCELLANEOUS FRAMING
A.
Base Angles: Nominal 2 inch by 3 inch by 0.060 inch acrylic coated G30 galvanized steel angles, with minimum yield strength of 55 ksi (380 MPa), anchored to the floor slab or grade beam with power driven fasteners or equivalent at a maximum spacing of 2 feet (610 mm) (on center and not more than 6 inches from the end of any angle member. Anchors are not provided by the metal building manufacturer.
B.
Door Headers and Jambs: Zee- or Cee-shaped; depth as required; with minimum yield strength of 60 ksi (410 MPa).
2.5
ROOF COVERING SYSTEM
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Panel Rib Roof Systems consist of VP Buildings Panel Rib roof panels and attachments to secondary structural members, sealants, mastics, closures and trim and/or flashings necessary to provide weathertightness and/or finished appearance. Panel Rib Roof System may be used with all VP Buildings standard primary framing systems and secondary structural members (except Transbay joists) with a minimum roof pitch of 1/2:12. Delete roof panels not required.
 
A.
Roof Panels: Panel Rib; 36 inch wide net coverage, with 1-3/16 inch high major ribs at 12 inches on center with (2) minor ribs spaced between the major ribs.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs. Galvalume is available pre-painted or unpainted.
 
1.
Material (Painted): AZ50 Galvalume coated steel.
2.
Material (Unpainted): Acrylic coated AZ55 Galvalume coated steel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete thickness not required.
 
3.
Thickness: 26 gage.
4.
Thickness: 24 gage.
5.
Thickness: 22 gage.
6.
Side laps: At least one full major rib, with a supporting member bearing edge on the lower panel and an anti-capillary groove on the upper panel.
7.
Length: Continuous from eave to ridge up to 43 feet (13.1 m) in length.
8.
End laps, where required: minimum 4 inches (102 mm) wide, located at a support member.
9.
The KXL paint system is a PVDF finish applied to the zinc aluminum coated steel to give a long life color that resists fading and chalking. KXL is a 1 mil nom. PVDF finish with 70 percent Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 standard.
10.
Panel rib roof will meet the requirements for UL Class 60 or 90 wind uplift. Certification includes IAS and Miami-Dade County Florida product approval.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER SSR Roof Systems may be used with all VP Buildings Primary Framing Systems and secondary structural members (including Transbay joists) with a minimum roof pitch of 1/4:12. Optional insulating systems are available consisting of blanket insulation, with or without high density extruded polystyrene thermal blocks or Superblock for additional over the purlin insulation or rigid board insulation.
 
B.
Roof Panels: "SSR" Standing Seam Roof Panels; 24 inches wide net coverage, with 3 inches high major ribs formed at the panel side laps, formed for field seaming using electrically operated seaming machine.
1.
Side joints: Factory applied sealant.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete material not required.
 
2.
Material (Painted): AZ50 Galvalume coated steel.
3.
Material (Unpainted): Acrylic coated AZ55 Galvalume steel unpainted.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete thickness not required.
 
4.
Thickness: 24 gage (0.58 mm).
5.
Thickness: 22 gage (0.74 mm).
6.
Standard Roof pitches ranges from 1/4 inch:12 up to 4 inches:12
7.
Side laps: Two factory-formed interlocking ribs, with one weather sealed joint, field-seamed into place to form a double-fold 360 degree seam.
8.
Length: Continuous from eave to ridge up to 55 feet in length.
9.
End laps, where required: 4 inches wide, located at a support member.
10.
Panel-to-roof purlin structural attachments: SSR clips with movable tabs which interlock with seamed SSR panel ribs and provide for 1-5/8 inches (41 mm) of panel movement in either direction from center of clip to compensate for thermal effects.
11.
SSR Ridge; draw-formed aluminum seam caps factory-attached to SSR ridge panels that are seamed together along the center of the ridge, utilizing only one weather sealed joint and providing a true expansion joint for panel movement.
12.
Rake edge of roof shall be attached to the building structure in a manner which will allow thermal expansion of the SSR roof panels along the gables and will provide the uplift resistance required by code.
13.
SSR roof will meet the requirements for UL Class 90 wind uplift and FM Class 1-60, 1-75, 1-90 and 1-120. Certification includes IAS.
14.
The KXL paint system is a PVDF finish applied to the zinc aluminum coated steel to give a long life color that resists fading and chalking. KXL is a 1 mil nom. PVDF finish with 70 percent Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 standard.
15.
Exposed fasteners are stainless steel capped painted to match roof color.
16.
SSR roof will meet the requirements for UL Class 60 or 90 wind uplift. Certification includes IAS and Miami-Dade County Florida product approval. FM Class 1 Roof Assembly, Class A Fire classification (ASTM E 108).
C.
Roof Panels: SLRII Architectural Standing Seam Roof Panels; 16 inches wide net coverage with 2 inch high major ribs formed at the panel side laps, for field seaming using electrically operated seaming machine.
1.
Material (Painted): AZ50 Galvalume coated steel.
2.
Material (Unpainted): Acrylic coated AZ55 Galvalume coated steel.
 
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3.
Thickness: 24 gage.
4.
Thickness: 22 gage.
5.
Side joints: Factory applied sealant for field seaming
6.
Length: Continuous from eave to ridge up to 50 feet (15.24 m) in length.
7.
End laps, where required: nominal 6 inches wide, located at a support member.
8.
Panel-to-roof purlin structural attachments: SLR clips, with movable tabs that interlock with seamed SLR panel ribs and provide 1 inch of panel movement in either direction from center of clip to compensate for thermal effects.
9.
The KXL paint system is a PVDF finish applied to the zinc aluminum coated steel to give a long life color that resists fading and chalking. KXL is a 1 mil nom. PVDF finish with 70 percent Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 standard.
10.
UL-90 wind uplift rating is available with support at 60 inches on center. SLRII is also US Army Corps of Engineers approved for wind uplift resistance. 1 inch thermal block is included.
2.6
EXTERIOR PANELS
A.
Wall Panels: Panel Rib; 36 inch wide net coverage, with 1-3/16 inch high major ribs at 12 inches on center with (2) minor ribs spaced between the major ribs.
 
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1.
Material (Painted): AZ50 Galvalume coated steel.
2.
Material (Unpainted): Acrylic coated AZ55 Galvalume coated steel.
 
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3.
Thickness: 26 gage.
4.
Thickness: 24 gage.
5.
Thickness: 22 gage.
6.
Side laps: Two fully overlapping major ribs secured together with Stainless Steel capped 1/4 inch diameter color-matched carbon steel fasteners.
7.
Length: Continuous from sill to eave up to 43 feet in length.
8.
End laps, where required: 4 inches wide, located at a support member.
 
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9.
Crimp panels at the base to achieve no gaps against the foundation greater than 1/16 inch and notch to match roof panel configuration at the eave.
10.
Cut panels square at each end.
11.
Cut panels square at each end; provide base trim at sill and closure plugs.
12.
The KXL paint system is a PVDF finish applied to the zinc aluminum coated steel to give a long life color that resists fading and chalking. KXL is a 1 mil nom. PVDF finish with 70 percent Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 standard.
13.
Certification includes IAS Miami-Dade County Florida product approval.
B.
Wall Panels: RPR (reverse panel rib) 36 inch wide net coverage, with 1-3/16 inch (30 mm) high major ribs at 12 inches on center with (2) minor ribs spaced between the major ribs.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs.
 
1.
Material (Painted): AZ50 Galvalume coated steel.
2.
Material (Unpainted): Acrylic coated AZ55 Galvalume coated steel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete two of the following three paragraphs.
 
3.
Thickness: 26 gage.
4.
Thickness: 24 gage.
5.
Thickness: 22 gage.
6.
Side laps: Two fully overlapping major ribs secured together with 1/4 inch (6 mm) diameter stainless steel capped color-matched carbon steel fasteners.
7.
Length: Continuous from sill to eave up to 43 feet in length.
8.
End laps, where required: 4 inches wide, located at a support member.
 
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9.
Cut panels square at each end.
10.
Cut panels square at each end; provide base trim at sill.
11.
The KXL paint system is a PVDF finish applied to the zinc aluminum coated steel to give a long life color that resists fading and chalking. KXL is a 1 mil nom. PVDF finish with 70 percent Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 standard.
12.
Certification includes IAS and Miami-Dade County Florida product approval.
C.
Wall Panels: Vee Rib; 36 inch wide net coverage, with reverse ribs 12 inches on center 1-1/4 inches deep, sculptured profile with embossed finish.
1.
Material (Painted): AZ50 Galvalume coated steel.
 
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2.
Thickness: 26 gage.
3.
Thickness: 24 gage.
4.
Side laps: Two fully overlapping major ribs secured together with 1/4 inch diameter Stainless Steel capped color-matched carbon steel fasteners.
5.
Length: Continuous from sill to eave up to 43 feet in length.
6.
End Laps: Located at a support member, where required.
7.
Cut panels square at ends; provide base trim at sill.
8.
The KXL paint system is a PVDF finish applied to the zinc aluminum coated steel to give a long life color that resists fading and chalking. KXL is a 1 mil nom. PVDF finish with 70 percent Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 standard.
D.
Wall Panels: Tech Four, 16 inch wide net coverage with alternating 4 inch by 7/16 inch box corrugations with hidden joints, concealing fasteners between panels
1.
Material: 24 ga G-90 Galvanized steel ASTM A 653.
2.
Surface: Embossed finish.
3.
Length: Continuous from sill to eave up to 46 feet (14 m) in length.
4.
Splices: Located at a support member, where required.
5.
Side joints: Continuous interlocking side joints with concealed fasteners.
6.
Tech Four is available with a 25 year finish warranty.
7.
The KXL paint system is a PVDF finish applied to the Galvanized coated steel to give a long life color that resists fading and chalking. KXL is a 1 mil nom. PVDF finish with 70 percent Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000.
E.
Wall Panels: Tech Four Plus, 16 inch wide net coverage with alternating 4 inch by 7/16 inch box corrugations with hidden joints, concealing fasteners between panels. Includes field installed 1.5 inch thick thermal spacers at horizontal supports to increase energy efficiency.
1.
Material: 24 ga G-90 Galvanized steel ASTM A 653.
2.
Surface: Embossed finish.
3.
Length: Continuous from sill to eave up to 46 feet (14 m) in length.
4.
Splices: Located at a support member, where required.
5.
Side joints: Continuous interlocking side joints with concealed fasteners.
6.
Tech Four is available with a 25 year finish warranty.
7.
The KXL paint system is a PVDF finish applied to the Galvanized coated steel to give a long life color that resists fading and chalking. KXL is a 1 mil nom. PVDF finish with 70 percent Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000.
F.
Wall Panels: TextureClad wall panel has the rich texture of stucco with the convenience of a metal wall panel. Preformed (roll-formed), prefinished, 20 gage hot-dipped galvanized G-90 steel panels complying with ASTM A 653 and A 924, with interlocking horizontal (side) joints for concealed fastening installation
1.
Each TextureClad panel is manufactured from 20 gage G90 galvanized steel.
2.
Installed panel width is 16 inches, 7/8 inch deep and can be ordered from 14 inches to 30 feet long.
3.
Top and bottom of every panel has a 5/8 inch fold back. Formed ends allow the panel to nest end to end for stacking up a vertical wall.
4.
This is a concealed fastener system that works best with the available hat channel sections from VP.
5.
TextureClad is available with a 20 year finish warranty.
6.
Flashing and trim: Same finish and color as the panels unless otherwise indicated, furnished in 12 foot lengths.
G.
Wall Panels: ImpressaClad wall panel has the embossed flat look with the convenience of a metal wall panel. Preformed (roll-formed), prefinished, 20 gage hot-dipped galvanized G-90 steel panels complying with ASTM A 653 and A 924, with interlocking horizontal (side) joints for concealed fastening installation
1.
Installed panel width is 16 inches, 7/8 inch deep and can be ordered from 14 inches to 32 feet long.
2.
Top and bottom of every panel has a 5/8 inch fold back. Formed ends allow the panel to nest end to end for stacking up a vertical wall.
3.
ImpressaClad is embossed to reduce the oil canning and give an architectural appeal.
4.
This is a concealed fastener system that works best with the available hat channel sections from VP.
5.
ImpressaClad is available with a 30 year finish warranty.
6.
Flashing and trim: Same finish and color as the panels unless otherwise indicated, furnished in 12 foot lengths.
7.
ImpressaClad finishes meet Kynar 500 specifications.
H.
Wall Panels: ThermalClad Reveal panel; 42 inch wide sturdy insulated sandwich panel ideal for most commercial and industrial applications.
1.
26 gage interior and exterior faces. The exterior panel is factory-formed with bold vertical lines to present and attractive and durable finish wall.
2.
The embossed G-90 steel exterior panels are coated in 70 percent fluoropolymer finish to provide long term low maintenance performance.
3.
Interior panels are Light Mesa design 26 gage steel, factory coated with white polyester finish.
4.
USDA approved finishes available
5.
Offset double tongue and groove side joints
6.
R-value up to R-34.9.
7.
Clips and fasteners concealed in side joints
8.
Standard lengths from 8 feet to 42 feet.
 
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9.
Thickness: 2 inches.
10.
Thickness: 2.5 inches.
11.
Thickness: 3 inches.
12.
Thickness: 4 inches.
13.
Exterior panels meet Kynar 500 and Hylar 5000 specifications
14.
Tests and approvals include; FM 4880, FM 4881, Dade County Florida air and water infiltration tests AAMA 501, ASTM E 283 and E 331.
I.
Wall Panels: ThermalClad Shallow Planked panel; 42 inch wide sturdy insulated sandwich panel ideal for exterior walls or interior partition applications.
1.
26 gage exterior face design is panel factory formed with vertical lines to present an attractive durable finish.
2.
The embossed G-90 steel exterior panels are coated in 70% fluoropolymer finish to provide long term low maintenance performance.
3.
Interior panels are Light Mesa design 26 gage steel, factory coated with white polyester finish.
4.
USDA approved finishes available
5.
Offset double tongue and groove side joints
6.
R-value up to R-34.9.
7.
Clips and fasteners concealed in side joints
8.
Standard lengths from 8 feet to 42 feet.
 
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9.
Thickness: 2 inches.
10.
Thickness: 2.5 inches.
11.
Thickness: 3 inches.
12.
Thickness: 4 inches.
13.
Exterior panels meet Kynar 500 and Hylar 5000 specifications
14.
Tests and approvals include; FM 4880, FM 4881, Dade County Florida air and water infiltration tests AAMA 501, ASTM E 283 and E 331.
J.
Wall Panels: ThermalClad Architectural panel; 36 inch wide high performance, flat insulated panel, ideal for architectural projects requiring thermal protection.
1.
22 gage exterior and 26 gage interior panel. This panel is designed for high profile applications that require a flush exterior wall finish
2.
The G-90 steel exterior panels are coated in 70 percent fluoropolymer finish to provide long term low maintenance performance.
3.
The interior panel is a Light Mesa style 26 gage steel, factory coated with a white polyester finish.
4.
USDA approved finishes available
5.
Offset double tongue and groove side joints
6.
R-value up to R-34.9.
7.
Clips and fasteners concealed in side joints
8.
Non-CFC polyurethane core
9.
Standard lengths from 8 feet to 32 feet.
 
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10.
Thickness: 2 inches.
11.
Thickness: 2.5 inches.
12.
Thickness: 3 inches.
13.
Thickness: 4 inches.
14.
Exterior panels meet Kynar 500 and Hylar 5000 specifications
15.
Tests and approvals include; FM 4880, FM 4881, Dade County Florida air and water infiltration tests AAMA 501, ASTM E 283 and E 331.
K.
Tuff-Wall Insulated Panels: A 42 inch wide, double walled foam insulated panel with an attractive and durable textured finish.
1.
The look of stucco with the efficiency of an insulated metal panel.
2.
10 year limited warranty.
3.
Lengths up to 40 feet.
4.
The panel's textured surface has a hard aggregated fiber reinforced polymer coating created with factory applied Tuff-Cote finish system
5.
Exterior metal panel is a sturdy 24 gage steel, surrounding an insulated core of foamed in place; blister free, non-CFC polyurethane.
6.
The interior panel is a Light Mesa style 26 gage steel, factory coated with a white polyester finish.
7.
Tests and approvals include; FM 4880, FM 4881, Dade County Florida air and water infiltration tests AAMA 501, ASTM E 283 and E 331.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete thickness options not required.
 
8.
Thickness: 2 inches.
9.
Thickness: 2.5 inches.
10.
Thickness: 3 inches.
11.
Thickness: 4 inches.
L.
Liner Panels: LPR-36; 36 inch wide net coverage, with 1-3/16 inch high major ribs with minor ribs spaced between the major ribs.
1.
Material: AZ50 Galvalume coated steel.
2.
Thickness: 28 gage, Cool Cotton White, SMP Silicone-Modified Polyester finish.
3.
Length: Continuous from sill to eave up to 43 feet in length.
4.
Side laps: Two fully overlapping major ribs secured together with 1/4 inch diameter Stainless Steel capped color-matched carbon steel fasteners.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following liner panel heights and delete the rest. Eave height does not include gables, full height includes gables, and a wainscot is defined as a partial interior liner to the girt.
 
5.
Provide partial height wall liner panels, refer to drawings.
6.
Provide eave height liner panels.
7.
Provide full height liner panels.
M.
Liner Panels: Panel Rib; 36 inch wide net coverage, with 1-3/16 inch high major ribs at 12 inches on center with (2) minor ribs spaced between the major ribs.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete material not required.
 
1.
Material (Painted): AZ50 Galvalume coated steel.
2.
Material (Unpainted): Acrylic coated AZ55 Galvalume coated steel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete thickness not required.
 
3.
Thickness: 26 gage.
4.
Thickness: 24 gage.
5.
Thickness: 22 gage.
6.
Side laps: Two fully overlapping major ribs secured together with Stainless Steel capped 1/4 inch diameter color-matched carbon steel fasteners.
7.
Length: Continuous from sill to eave up to 43 feet in length.
8.
End laps, where required: 4 inches wide, located at a support member.
9.
Provide partial height wall liner panels. Refer to drawings.
10.
Provide eave height liner panels. Refer to Drawings.
11.
Provide full height liner panels. Refer to Drawings.
12.
The KXL paint system is a PVDF finish applied to the zinc aluminum coated steel to give a long life color that resists fading and chalking. KXL is a 1 mil nom. PVDF finish with 70 percent Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 standard
N.
Liner Panels: Deck-Liner; 36 inch wide net coverage, with 0.5 inch high ribs at 3 inches on center.
 
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1.
Material (Painted): AZ50 Galvalume coated steel.
2.
Material (Unpainted): Acrylic coated AZ55 Galvalume coated steel.
 
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3.
Thickness: 26 gage. In a selection of KXL colors or Acrylic Coated Galvalume
4.
Thickness: 24 gage. In a selection of KXL colors or Acrylic Coated Galvalume.
5.
Thickness: 22 gage. Polyester White or Bare Galvalume.
6.
Side laps: Two fully overlapping ribs secured together with Stainless Steel capped 1/4 inch diameter color-matched carbon steel fasteners.
7.
Length: 2 feet to 41 feet 8 inches.
8.
End laps, where required: 4 inches wide, located at a support member.
9.
Provide partial height wall liner panels. Refer to drawings.
10.
Provide eave height liner panels. Refer to Drawings.
11.
Provide full height liner panels. Refer to Drawings.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete finish if not required.
 
12.
The KXL paint system is a PVDF finish applied to the zinc aluminum coated steel to give a long life color that resists fading and chalking. KXL is a 1 mil nom. PVDF finish with 70 percent Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 standard
 
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O.
Soffit Panels: Match Panel Rib wall panels.
P.
Soffit Panels: Match Vee Rib wall panels.
Q.
Soffit Panels: FP-12 Architectural Soffit Panels; 12 inch wide net coverage, 7/8 inch deep profile. Include one or two stiffening beads on panels over 15 feet.
1.
Material: Prefinished AZ50 Galvalume coated steel.
 
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2.
Thickness: 26 gage.
3.
Thickness: 24 gage.
4.
Side joints: Continuous interlocking side joints with concealed fasteners.
5.
Panel length: 12 inch minimum to 30 feet maximum.
6.
The KXL paint system is a PVDF finish applied to the zinc aluminum coated steel to give a long life color that resists fading and chalking. KXL is a 1 mil nom. PVDF finish with 70 percent Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 standard.
2.7
INSULATION
A.
Laminated Fiberglass: Owens-Corning Fiberglas, NAIMA 202, "Certified R" metal building insulation.
1.
TIMA Insignia and Insulation Thickness: Ink-jet printed on fiberglass.
B.
Back-Fill Insulation: Owens-Corning Fiberglas unfaced "Metal Building Insulation Plus".
 
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C.
Roof Insulation:
1.
Nominal Thickness: ________ inches.
2.
Certified R-Value: ________.
D.
Roof Assembly U-Factor: ________ Btu/hr/sq ft/deg F.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Specify one of the following two paragraphs. Fill in information.
 
E.
Wall Insulation:
1.
Nominal Thickness: ________ inches.
2.
Certified R-Value: ________.
F.
Wall Assembly U-Factor: ________ Btu/hr/sq ft/deg F.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Specify one of the following 10 Roof and Wall Insulation Facing paragraphs. Delete Roof and Wall Insulation Facing paragraphs not specified.
 
G.
Roof and Wall Insulation Facing: R-3035 HD (FSK-HD) (Silver).
1.
0.0003-inch-thick, aluminum foil laminated to 30-pound Kraft paper, reinforced with glass-fiber scrim, in unpainted (Aluminum).
2.
Adhere facing to Owens-Corning Fiberglas “Certified R”, NAIMA 202, fiberglass blanket.
3.
Assembly of Insulation Blanket and Facing:
a.
Flame Spread Rating: Less than 25.
b.
UL Label: Submit as specified in Submittals article of this section.
c.
Facing Perm Rating: 0.02.
H.
Roof and Wall Insulation Facing: PSK Light Duty (WMP-VR).
1.
0.0015-inch-thick, UV-stabilized, white polypropylene laminated to 11-pound Kraft paper, reinforced with glass-fiber scrim, in white.
2.
Adhere facing to Owens-Corning Fiberglas "Certified R", NAIMA 202, fiberglass blanket.
3.
Assembly of Insulation Blanket and Facing:
a.
Flame Spread Rating: Less than 25.
b.
UL Label: Submit as specified in Submittals article of this section.
c.
Perm Rating: 0.09.
I.
Roof and Wall Insulation Facing: PSK Standard Duty (WMP-10).
1.
0.0015-inch-thick, UV-stabilized, white metalized polypropylene laminated to 14-pound Kraft paper, reinforced with glass-fiber scrim.
2.
Adhere facing to Owens-Corning Fiberglas "Certified R", NAIMA 202, fiberglass blanket.
3.
Assembly of Insulation Blanket and Facing:
a.
Flame Spread Rating: Less than 25.
b.
UL Label: Submit as specified in Submittals article of this section.
c.
Perm Rating: 0.02.
J.
Roof and Wall Insulation Facing: PSK Heavy Duty (WMP-30).
1.
0.0005-inch-thick, UV-stabilized, white metalized polypropylene laminated to 30-pound Kraft paper, reinforced with glass-fiber scrim.
2.
Adhere facing to Owens-Corning Fiberglas "Certified R", NAIMA 202, fiberglass blanket.
3.
Assembly of Insulation Blanket and Facing:
a.
Flame Spread Rating: Less than 25.
b.
UL Label: Submit as specified in Submittals article of this section.
c.
Perm Rating: 0.02.
K.
Roof and Wall Insulation Facing: WMP-VR-R.
1.
0.0015-inch-thick, UV-stabilized, white polypropylene laminated to metalized polyester film, reinforced with glass-fiber scrim.
2.
Adhere facing to Owens-Corning Fiberglas "Certified R", NAIMA 202, fiberglass blanket.
3.
Assembly of Insulation Blanket and Facing:
a.
Flame Spread Rating: Less than 25.
b.
UL Label: Submit as specified in Submittals article of this section.
c.
Perm Rating: 0.02.
L.
Roof and Wall Insulation Facing: WMP-50.
1.
0.0015-inch-thick, UV-stabilized, white polypropylene film laminated to 30-pound Kraft paper/metalized polyester, reinforced with glass-fiber and polyester scrim.
2.
Adhere facing to Owens-Corning Fiberglas "Certified R", NAIMA 202, fiberglass blanket.
3.
Assembly of Insulation Blanket and Facing:
a.
Flame Spread Rating: Less than 25.
b.
UL Label: Submit as specified in Submittals article of this section.
c.
Perm Rating: 0.02.
M.
Roof and Wall Insulation Facing: WMP-F (PSF) (White).
1.
0.0015-inch-thick, UV-stabilized, white polypropylene film laminated to 0.0003-inch-thick aluminum foil, reinforced with glass-fiber scrim, in white.
2.
Adhere facing to Owens-Corning Fiberglas "Certified R", NAIMA 202, fiberglass blanket.
3.
Assembly of Insulation Blanket and Facing:
a.
Flame Spread Rating: Less than 25.
b.
UL Label: Submit as specified in Submittals article of this section.
c.
Perm Rating: 0.02.
N.
Roof and Wall Insulation Facing: WCF-50.
1.
0.0003-inch-thick, UV-stabilized, white-coated, aluminum foil laminated to 30-pound Kraft paper, reinforced with glass-fiber and polyester scrim, and metalized polyester film.
2.
Adhere facing to Owens-Corning Fiberglas "Certified R", NAIMA 202, fiberglass blanket.
3.
Assembly of Insulation Blanket and Facing:
a.
Flame Spread Rating: Less than 25.
b.
UL Label: Submit as specified in Submittals article of this section.
c.
Perm Rating: 0.02.
O.
Roof and Wall Insulation Facing: "Arenashield".
1.
0.0003-inch-thick, aluminum foil laminated to glass-fiber scrim reinforcement.
2.
Adhere facing to Owens-Corning Fiberglas "Certified R", NAIMA 202, fiberglass blanket.
3.
Assembly of Insulation Blanket and Facing:
a.
Flame Spread Rating: Less than 25.
b.
UL Label: Submit as specified in Submittals article of this section.
c.
Perm Rating: 0.02.
P.
Roof and Wall Insulation Facing: "Gymguard".
1.
0.0015-inch-thick, white metalized polypropylene film, reinforced with glass-fiber scrim.
2.
Adhere facing to Owens-Corning Fiberglas "Certified R", NAIMA 202, fiberglass blanket.
3.
Assembly of Insulation Blanket and Facing:
a.
Flame Spread Rating: Less than 25.
b.
UL Label: Submit as specified in Submittals article of this section.
c.
Perm Rating: 0.02.
2.8
INSULATION SUPPORT SYSTEM
A.
Insulation Support System: "Sky-Web II" insulation support system.
B.
Description:
1.
Compatible with roof system.
2.
Limit to "over-the-purlin" type insulation systems.
3.
Knotted Mesh:
a.
Grid: Nominal 2-3/4 inches by 2-3/4 inches.
b.
Material: Twisted twine of DuPont nylon Type 6-6 fiber.
c.
Mesh Covering Interior Bays: 21-pound twine.
1)
Five-Foot Strip Along Edge: #30 twine, with edge color coded for identification.
4.
Double selvage along the 2 edges in machine direction.
5.
Furnish up to 60 feet wide by building width.
a.
Cover 1 or 2 bays of building length
b.
Extend eave-to-eave across building.
C.
Physical Properties:
1.
Minimum Tensile Strength:
a.
#21 Twine: 205 pounds.
b.
#30 Twine: 265 pounds.
2.
Runnage:
a.
#21 Twine: 960 feet per pound.
b.
#30 Twine: 605 feet per pound.
3.
Cord Used to Make Mesh-to-Mesh Edge Connections: #36 DuPont nylon Type 6-6 white braided twine.
a.
Minimum Tensile Strength: 360 pounds.
b.
Runnage: 533 feet per pound.
4.
Mesh Weight: 0.012 pounds per sq ft.
D.
Fasteners and Attachment Hardware:
1.
Connections to Eave and Gable Members:
a.
1/8-inch-diameter wire clips looped through 20-gauge steel V-straps.
b.
Steel V-Straps: Fasten to framing with self-drilling screws.
2.
Mesh-to-Mesh Edge Connections:
a.
Lace #36 nylon cord through edges of pieces of mesh being connected.
b.
Edge Connections: Plastic cable ties.
E.
Fire-Hazard Classification:
1.
UL Fire-Hazard Classification Ratings, UL 723:
a.
Flame Spread: 3 or less.
b.
Smoke Developed: Less than 10.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete roof insulation system if not required.
 
2.9
MANUFACTURED ROOF INSULATION SYSTEM
A.
Roof Insulation System: "ThermoDeck" roof insulation system.
B.
System Components:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following sentence for the metal roof system specified in PART 2 of this specification section.
 
1.
Metal Roof System: "SSR" metal roof system.
2.
Metal Roof System: "SLR II" metal roof system.
3.
Metal Roof System: "Panel Rib" metal roof system.
4.
Sub-Structural System:
a.
3-inch nominal zee-shaped members (nominal 0.060-inch-thick, acrylic-coated, galvanized steel), factory punched for specific roof system being installed.
b.
Support Brackets:
1)
3-inch, 5-inch, or 8-inch height support zee and provide space for various thicknesses of insulation.
2)
Install with self-drilling fasteners through interior liner panel and into building structure.
c.
Attach zees to support brackets with self-drilling fasteners.
5.
"DeckLiner" Interior Liner Panels:
a.
Form from 0.0149 - inch minimum total coated thickness coated steel with minimum yield strength of 80,000 psi.
b.
Nominal 36-inch-wide panel with corrugations 1/2 inch high, 3 inches on center.
c.
Factory cut to required length.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Specify one of the following two sentences.
 
d.
Unpainted Liner Panels: Galvalume aluminum-zinc alloy coated steel, AZ55 in accordance with ASTM A 792
e.
Painted Liner Panels:
1)
Exposed Side: 0.15-mil min primer and 0.70-mil minimum interior white polyester paint.
2)
Unexposed Side: 0.1-mil minimum primer and 0.40 minimum polyester backer
6.
Vapor Retarder:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Specify one of the following three paragraphs.
 
a.
Liner Panel, Sidelaps, and Endlaps: Seal with "Panlastic" sealant to prevent vapor transmission between sheets.
1)
Foam Closure: Use at terminating ends of liner panels to seal corrugations of panels.
b.
0.0032-inch minimum thick vinyl facing rolled out over top of liner panels.
1)
Perm Rating: 1.0.
c.
Facing material of vinyl film and metalized substrate laminated to glass fiber scrim reinforcement (VRP) rolled out over top of liner panels.
1)
Perm Rating: 0.02.
7.
Insulation:
a.
Unfaced Insulation: NAIMA 202.
b.
Top Layer of Blanket Insulation: 3-inch-thick insulation installed between roof panels and 3-inch zee.
1)
Furnish insulation in rolls of 3-foot, 4-foot, 5-foot, or 6-foot width.
2)
_____________.
c.
Bottom Layer of Blanket Insulation: Furnish in rolls of 3-foot, 4-foot, 5-foot, or 6-foot width or 5-foot by 5-foot batts.
1)
____________.
 
Thickness of Bottom Layer: Vary dependent on overall thermal performance of system desired. Refer to the following chart.
Insulation / U-Factor Chart
System Description System Height Roof System Insulated/Uninsulated Purlin Lower Layer(s) Upper Layer Total R-value U-factor Effective R-value= 1/U
TD 6 SSR 6" SSR Uninsulated R-11 (3.5") R-11 (3.5") 22 0.049 20.4
TD 7 SSR 7-1/4" SSR Insulated R-13 (4") R-11 (3.5") 24 0.043 23.4
TD 8 SSR 8" SSR Uninsulated R-16 (5") R-11 (3.5") 27 0.038 26.3
TD 9 SSR 9-1/4" SSR Insulated R-19 (6") R-11 (3.5") 30 0.035 28.8
TD 11 SSR 11" SSR Uninsulated R-11 + R13 (3.5"+4") R-13 (4") 37 0.029 34.5
TD-12 SSR 12-1/4" SSR Insulated R-19 + R-11 (6"+3.5") R-11 (3.5") 41 0.026 38.5
TD 6 SLR 6" SLR II Uninsulated R-11 (3.5") R-11 (3.5") 22 0.052 19.2
TD 7 SLR 7-1/4" SLR II Insulated R-13 (4") R-11 (3.5") 24 0.047 21.3
TD 8 SLR 8" SLR II Uninsulated R-16 (5") R-11 (3.5") 27 0.040 25.0
TD 9 SLR 9-1/4" SLR II Insulated R-19 (6") R-11 (3.5") 30 0.036 27.8
TD 11 SLR 11" SLR II Uninsulated R-13 + R13 (4"+4") R-11 (3.5") 37 0.029 34.5
TD 12 SLR 12-1/4" SLR II Insulated R-19 + R-11 (6"+3.5") R-11 (3.5") 41 0.027 37.0
TD 6 PR 6" Panel Rib NA R-11 (3.5") R-11 (3.5") 22 0.052 19.2
TD 8 PR 8" Panel Rib NA R-16 (5") R-11 (3.5") 27 0.040 23.8
TD 11 PR 11" Panel Rib NA R-13 + R-13 (4"+4") R-11 (3.5") 37 0.029 34.5
FEA Model U-Factor: These values are based upon a calculated U-factor using Finite Element Analysis, which reflect in-place performance. This FEA method has been calibrated by thermal tests and is the currently accepted method for determining accurate thermal performance expectations. R-value = 1/U-factor. Insulation R-Value: These values were calculated using typical published R-values of insulation. This method does NOT take into account compression of insulation and other possible thermal loss areas of installation
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following sentence is only for use with the "SSR", "SLR II" or "Panel Rib" metal roof systems and is optional.
 
A.
Zee Member: Insulated using 1-inch-nominal-thick extruded polystyrene foam insulation block along each zee location to minimize "thermal short circuit" between zee and roof panels.
B.
Fasteners:
1.
Sub-structurals and Liner Panels: Install with self-drilling screws for attachment
2.
Roof Attachment Fasteners: As specified under Roof System in this specification section.
C.
Provision for Expansion and Contraction:
1.
Provision for Thermal Expansion and Contraction Movement: Accomplish in roof system.
2.
As specified under Roof System in this specification section.
D.
Performance Testing: As specified under Roof System in this specification section.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** SSR roof system only. Delete roof insulation system if not required.
 
2.1
MANUFACTURED ROOF INSULATION SYSTEM
A.
Roof Insulation System: "ThermaLift" roof insulation system.
B.
System Components:
1.
Metal Roof System: "SSR" metal roof system.
2.
Roof Panel Supports:
a.
Pre-assembled 5-inch high ' insulation bridge' members, with.
1)
4-foot long by 2-1/2 inches wide bridge channel to support flat of roof panels.
2)
5-inch high zee clips fastened to bridge channel at 1'o.c.
3)
Factory punched ' tubulated holes' provide for roof clip attachment.
4)
Provide space for various thicknesses of insulation.
5)
Attach insulation bridges to roof purlins with (2) 1/4 inch diameter fasteners.
3.
Insulation:
a.
Faced Bottom Layer of Blanket Insulation
1)
Insulation facing
2)
_____________.
 
Insulation / U-Factor Chart: Refer to the following chart.
SSR Thermal Spacer Block Faced Lower Layer(s) Unfaced Upper Layer U-factor Effective R-value = 1/U
Required R-16 R-19 0.035 29.9
None R-19 R-25 0.030 32.9
Required R-19 R-30 0.029 34.0
U-Factor: These values were determined through certified guarded Hot Box testing. R-value = 1/U-factor.
Insulation R-Value: These values were suppliers' published R-values of actual insulation materials used in hot box testing.
 
A.
Fasteners:
1.
Roof Supports (Insulation Bridges): Install with (2) 1/4 inch Dia x 14 x __, SD fasteners for attachment
2.
Roof Attachment Fasteners: As specified under Roof System in this specification section.
B.
Provision for Expansion and Contraction:
1.
Provision for Thermal Expansion and Contraction Movement: Accomplish in roof system.
2.
As specified under Roof System in this specification section.
C.
Performance Testing: As specified under Roof System in this specification section.
D.
Rigid Board Insulation: Glass-fiber-reinforced polyisocyanurate foam core, laminated between 1.0 mil smooth, reflective aluminum foil facers on both sides.
1.
Facer Finish: ________.
2.
Width: 4 feet.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The first is standard; the second is Superblock. Delete thermal block not required.
 
E.
Thermal Blocks: High density, 1 inch thick extruded polystyrene, for installation over the purlin, joist or Truss Purlin.
F.
Thermal Blocks: SSR Superblock; 1 inch by 2-1/2 inch extruded polystyrene thermal spacer strips capped by 22 gage acrylic coated Galvalume coated steel channel. Ends to be designed to interlock. Metal locator tabs at 2 feet on center at SSR clip locations, to be installed over purlins or joist.
2.1
WALL ACCESSORlES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Class: C: Commercial. LC: Light Commercial. R: Residential. Performance grade number, included as part of the AAMA/NWWDA product designation code, is actual design pressure in pounds force per square foot (pascals) used to determine structural test pressure and water test pressure.
 
A.
Windows: Extruded aluminum frames with extruded aluminum sash of 6063-T5 alloy, complying with AAMA 101 performance and testing requirements for:
1.
Grade: ___.
2.
Class: ___.
3.
Screens: 18 by 16 black fiberglass mesh.
4.
Finish on all exposed areas of aluminum windows and fins: Baked enamel complying with AAMA 603.8.
5.
Color: Manufacturer's standard bronze or white.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Horizontal sliders can be used with any of the wall panels. Verify current window models available from pre-engineered building manufacturer.
 
6.
Type: Horizontally sliding.
7.
Type: Casement, project-out, single hung.
8.
Type: Fixed.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete paragraphs below that are not required.
 
9.
Glass: As scheduled on drawings.
10.
Glass: Single glazing.
11.
Glass: Single glazing, tempered.
12.
Glass: Single glazing, tinted.
13.
Glass: Single glazing, obscure.
14.
Glass: Sealed insulating units (clear or obscured), ASTM E 774, CBA rated with a 5 year warranty against seal failure; polysulfide sealant; overall unit thickness not less than 5/8 inch (16 mm).
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete paragraphs below that are not required.
 
15.
Sizes for Panel Rib and Vee Rib Walls: 2060 clear fixed- insulated.
16.
Sizes for Panel Rib and Vee Rib Walls: 3030 horizontal slide- clear or obscure glass- insulated.
17.
Sizes for Panel Rib and Vee Rib Walls: 6030 horizontal slide- clear or obscure glass- insulated.
18.
Sizes for Panel Rib and Vee Rib Walls: 6040 horizontal slide- clear or obscure glass- insulated.
19.
Sizes for Panel Rib and Vee Rib Walls: 3040 single hung- clear glass- insulated
B.
Service Doors - General:
1.
Doors for cylindrical locks: SDI 100, Grade 1, Model 1 (1-3/4 inches thick minimum 20 gage steel face sheets).
2.
Doors for mortise locks or panic devices: SDI 100, Grade 2, Model 1, 1-3/4 inches thick minimum 18 gage steel face sheets.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete all but one of the following three paragraphs. If more than one type is required, be sure that either the drawings or the specification indicates where each is to be used. VP Buildings does not furnish glass for service doors.
 
3.
Type: Full flush.
4.
Type: Half glass.
5.
Type: Narrow lite style.
6.
Frames: SDI 100, modified drywall type, 5-3/4 inch jamb depth minimum 16 gage steel; self-framing and self-flashing.
7.
Hardware reinforcements: Comply with SDI 100; locate so that door and frame are non-handed.
8.
Finish: Two coat baked on paint on all exposed surfaces, apply after cleaning and chemical treatment for corrosion resistance and paint adhesion; manufacturer's standard bronze color.
9.
Weather stripping: At jambs, head and sill, complying with water and air resistance requirements of SDI 115 and SDI 116.
10.
Hardware:
a.
One key in-knob cylindrical lockset per opening.
b.
One mullion and one pair surface bolts per double door opening.
c.
Three full mortise hinges per leaf, one with non-removable pin.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any of the following 4 paragraphs that is not applicable.
 
11.
Single door size: 3 feet by 7 feet.
12.
Single door size: 3 feet 6 inches by 7 feet.
13.
Single door size: 4 feet by 7 feet
14.
Double door size: 6 feet by 7 feet overall.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
C.
Service Doors - 700 Series Pre-Assembled:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete sizes not required.
 
1.
Size: 3070.
2.
Size: 4070.
3.
Size: 6070.
4.
Description: Beige only primed, UL fire rated, wind rated, jamb extensions, multiple keying options, half glass, vertical glass, kick plates and crash chains.
5.
Doors: 18 gauge galvanized (A60), polyurethane, R11, insulated core, interlocking seam. Doors meet commercial Steel Door Institute (SDI) standards.
6.
Frames: Welded frame, 16 gauge galvanized (A60), 5-3/4 inch (146 mm) standard frame profile, interlocking corner connection (then welded). Frames meet (SDI) standards.
7.
Locks: Shlage Grade 2, AL53PD-626-SAT. Meet ANSI A156.2 series 4000, grade 1 requirement. Three-year warranty. Thru bolted for added strength. Free-wheeling vandal resistant lever.
8.
Subjambs: Proprietary offset subjamb/jamb anchor system - tested to 1,000,000 cycles. 16 gauge galv. (A40 min.) subjamb. Polyethylene block anchors stiffen jambs and allow for offset design. Self-trimming, no jamb trim required.
9.
Paint Finish: All doors and frame have a baked-on beige primer coat meeting ANSI A250.1 standards. Paint test for salt spray, humidity, and adhesion.
10.
Hinges: Ball bearing silver powder coat hinges with security non-removable pins.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
D.
Service Doors - 500 Series Pre-Assembled:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete sizes not required.
 
1.
Size: 3070.
2.
Size: 4070.
3.
Size: 6070.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete primer option not required.
 
4.
Primer: Bronze primed.
5.
Primer: White primed.
6.
Description: UL fire rated, 110/140 MPH rated, jamb extensions, multiple keying options, half glass, vertical glass, kick plates and crash chains.
7.
Doors: 18 gauge galvanized (A40), polyurethane core, square edge. Flush mounted top channel. Doors meet commercial Steel Door Institute (SDI) standards.
8.
Frames: 16 gauge galvanized (A40), 5-3/4 inch frame depth with 2 inch x 2 inch header and 4 inch x 1-3/4 inch subframe header. Frames meet (SDI) standards.
9.
Locks: Falcon grade 2 W511-626 Dane. Thru bolted strength. Free-wheeling vandal resistant lever. Two-year warranty.
10.
Subjambs: 16 gauge subjambs replace the need for a framed opening. Full 86 inches in height and can be modified to fit various wall conditions. 12 gauge adjustable clips to attach to the girt and floor.
11.
Pre-Painted: All doors and frames are baked-on paint finish, meeting ANSI A250.3 standards. Tested for salt spray, humidity, abrasion and adhesion.
12.
Hinges: Ball bearing silver powder-coated hinges with security non-removable pins.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
E.
Service Doors - 500 Series Knock Down:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete sizes not required.
 
1.
Size: 3070.
2.
Size: 4070.
3.
Size: 6070.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete primer option not required.
 
4.
Primer: Bronze primed.
5.
Primer: White primed.
6.
Description: UL fire rated, 110/120/130/140 MPH rated, jamb extensions, multiple keying options, half glass, vertical glass, kick plates and crash chains.
7.
Doors: 18 gauge galvanized (A40), polyurethane core, square edge. Flush mounted top channel. Doors meet commercial Steel Door Institute (SDI) standards.
8.
Frames: 16 gauge galvanized (A40), 5-3/4 inch frame depth with 2 inch x 2 inch header and 4 inch x 1-3/4 inch subframe header. Frames meet (SDI) standards.
9.
Locks: Falcon grade 2 W511-626 Dane. Thru bolted strength. Free-wheeling vandal resistant lever. Two-year warranty.
10.
Subjambs: 16 gauge subjambs replace the need for a framed opening. Full 86 inches (2184 mm) in height and can be modified to fit various wall conditions. 12 gauge adjustable clips to attach to the girt and floor.
11.
Pre-Painted: All doors and frames are baked-on paint finish, meeting ANSI A250.3 standards. Tested for salt spray, humidity, abrasion and adhesion.
F.
Service Doors - 400 Series Pre-Assembled:
1.
Size: 3070.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete primer option not required.
 
2.
Primer: Bronze primed.
3.
Primer: White primed.
4.
Jamb extensions, multiple keying options, half glass, vertical glass,
5.
Doors: 20 gauge galvanized (A40), polystyrene core, square edge. Flush mounted top channel. Doors meet commercial Steel Door Institute (SDI) standards.
6.
Frames: 18 gauge galvanized (A40), 5-7/8 inch frame depth with 2 inch x 2 inch header. Frames meet (SDI) standards.
7.
Locks: Hager 2553 Grade 2 Cyl Entry Function. Thru bolted strength. Free-wheeling vandal resistant lever. Satin Chromium finish. One-year warranty.
8.
Optional Subjambs: 16 gauge subjambs replace the need for a framed opening. Full 86 inches in height and can be modified to fit various wall conditions. 12 gauge adjustable clips to attach to the girt and floor.
9.
Pre-Painted: All doors and frames are baked-on paint finish, meeting ANSI A250.10 standards. Tested for salt spray, humidity, abrasion and adhesion.
10.
Hinges: Ball bearing chrome finish-coated hinges with non-removable pins.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
G.
Service Doors - 400 Series Knock Down:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete sizes not required.
 
1.
Size: 3070.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete primer option not required.
 
2.
Primer: Bronze primed.
3.
Primer: White primed.
4.
Jamb extensions, multiple keying options, half glass, vertical glass,
5.
Doors: 20 gauge galvanized (A40), polystyrene core, square edge. Flush mounted top channel. Doors meet commercial Steel Door Institute (SDI) standards.
6.
Frames: 18 gauge galvanized (A40), 5-7/8 inch frame depth with 2 inch x 2 inch header. Frames meet (SDI) standards.
7.
Locks: Hager 2553 Grade 2 Cyl Entry Function. Thru bolted strength. Free-wheeling vandal resistant lever. Satin Chromium finish. One-year warranty.
8.
Optional Subjambs: 16 gauge subjambs replace the need for a framed opening. Full 86 inches in height and can be modified to fit various wall conditions. 12 gauge adjustable clips to attach to the girt and floor.
9.
Pre-Painted: All doors and frames are baked-on paint finish, meeting ANSI A250.10 standards. Tested for salt spray, humidity, abrasion and adhesion.
10.
Hinges: Ball bearing chrome finish-coated hinges with non-removable pins.
H.
Louvers: 18 gage G-90 galvanized steel, self-framing, self-flashing with integral head gutter, with paint finish:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs. If more than one type is required, edit and be sure that either the drawings or the specification indicates where each is to be used.
 
1.
Type: Fixed blade.
2.
Type: Operable blade, with weather-stripped blades and 15 feet of pull chain with dogging clip. Blades open up to 45 degrees.
3.
Self-flashing to Panel Rib, Reverse Panel Rib or Vee Rib wall panels
4.
Screen: Exterior mounted, removable insect screen.
5.
Minimum free area: 65 percent.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following 2 paragraphs or edit size to suit. 3 by 3 feet louvers are standard with Panel Rib and Vee Rib.
 
6.
Size: 3 feet by 3 feet.
7.
Size: 4 feet by 3 feet.
8.
Color: Manufacturer's standard bronze.
I.
Wall Openings: Cold-formed sheet metal framing concealed with manufacturer's standard colored trim.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete roof accessories not required.
 
2.2
ROOF ACCESSORIES
A.
Eave Gutters: Roll-formed 26 gage steel sheet, with gutter straps, fasteners and joint sealant; manufacturer's standard color.
1.
Downspouts: 26 gage 4 inches by 5 inches in 10 foot lengths, with downspout elbows and downspout straps; same color as wall panels unless specified otherwise.
B.
Multi-Gutters and Valley Gutters: 0.059 inch (17 gage) thick cold-formed steel sheet.
1.
Finish: G90/Z275 galvanized coated.
2.
VP provides gutter wedges only. Gutter liner and all outlet material for water drainage is typically by others.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Panel Rib Tuf-lite translucent roof panels are nominal 8 oz. per square foot material and provide nominal coverage of 3 feet by 10 feet. Configuration matches the Panel Rib roof panels. SSR Tuf-lite translucent roof panels are nominal 8 oz. per square foot material and provide nominal coverage of 2 feet by 10 feet. Configuration matches the SSR roof panel. Side rails, the same finish as SSR Panel, are attached and allow SSR Tuf-lites to be erected and seamed in-place similar to the SSR Panel. Uplift-rated Tuf-Lites are compatible with any purlin or Transbay spacing of 5 feet. Maximum length is 10 feet 4 inches for Panel Rib and SSR including panel endlap. Tuf-Lites with insulation panels are compatible with 5 feet purlin or Transbay spacing.
 
C.
Translucent Roof Panels: Tuf-Lite; UV stabilized thermosetting polyester resin reinforced with chopped and woven roving glass fiber; manufacturer's standard configuration.
1.
Color: White exterior surface and minimum 55-60 percent light transmittance.
2.
Self-ignition temperature: 650 degrees F (343 degrees C) or greater, when tested in accordance with ASTM D 1929.
3.
Smoke density index: 450 or less, when tested in accordance with ASTM E 84, or 75 or less, when tested in accordance with ASTM D 2843.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following 2 paragraphs. The first is equivalent to Class CC1 of the Uniform Building Code and the Standard Building Code and Class C1 of the BOCA National Building Code. The second is equivalent to Class CC2 of the Uniform Building Code and the Standard Building Code and Class C2 of the BOCA National Building Code.
 
4.
Extent of burning: 1 inch or less, when tested in accordance with ASTM D 635.
5.
Rate of burning: 2.5 inches per minute or less, when tested in accordance with ASTM D 635.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Tuf-lites are available with UL Class 90. Optional insulation pans are also available.
 
6.
Seamed in rails for the Tuf-lite only come in one color (Cool Cotton White) and shall be field painted to match other colors if required.
a.
Provide UL 90 construction when required by roof performance.
b.
Provide insulation pans where indicated or scheduled.
D.
Domed Unit Skylights: PrisMAX SL; 2 feet by 10 feet domed self-curbing skylight with prismatic lens for installation in (SSR) standing seam roof.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete two of the three paragraphs below.
 
1.
100 percent Impact-Modified Prismatic Acrylic Lens (Class 1 and 3)
a.
Variable Light Transmission (VLT). Performance: Less than 3 percent VT loss over 10 years.
b.
Hail Warranty: Not required.
2.
Prismatic Polycarbonate Lens (FM Approved)
a.
VLT Performance: Less than 7 percent VT loss over 10 years.
b.
Hail Warranty: 5 years
3.
High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) Rated Smooth Polycarbonate Lens (Florida Building Code (FBC) Approved). Prismatic Polycarbonate Lens (FM Approved)
a.
VLT Performance: Less than 7 percent VT loss over 10 years.
b.
Hail Warranty: Not required
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the two paragraphs below.
 
4.
Double Lens.
5.
Triple Lens.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraph if not required.
 
6.
Safety Guard: 8 ga Galvanized Steel Wire, 4 inch grid.
7.
Security Bars: 1/2 inch hot rolled steel round bar welded to 1-1/2 inches by 1-1/2 inches by 1/8 inch hot rolled steel angle. 8 inch spacing, coated white.
E.
Gravity Ventilators: APEX 20; factory assembled, round, with 20 inch diameter throat with damper, operating cord and bird screen and base configured to match roof panel. Exterior material is 26 gage metal
1.
Color: Manufacturer's standard white.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraph if not required.
 
2.
Provide insulation retaining ring at interior.
3.
One piece stamped rain cap
F.
Ridge Ventilators: 10 feet long, 24 gage Galvalume, with damper with chain and worm gear operator and bird screen, and base configured to match roof panel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following 2 paragraphs.
 
1.
Throat opening: 9 inches.
2.
Throat opening: 12 inches.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraph if not required.
 
3.
Connect individual vents to form continuous ridge vent with up to 5 vents.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The Structural Facade System does not use the roof structure or panels for support. Facade overhang, projection from face of building wall to face of facade, is variable within the limits of building design and imposed wind and snow loads. The facade can be vertical or mansard with maximum incline of 12:3. The facade can be from 4 feet to 10 feet high, with the bottom at 2 feet below the eave. The Closed Facade uses multi-gutter between the sheeted backside and the low eaves of the roof. Parapet type flashings are similarly used along the rakes and high eave. Closed facade soffits may be VP Buildings panels or other exterior grade soffit materials. The Open Facade has open space between the sheeted backside and building eaves and rake. Partial control of water runoff may be achieved using standard eave gutter along building low eaves. Water resistant soffit material must be used and inclined away from building wall for drainage. Other facing materials may be used.
 
G.
Structural Facade System: Facade mounted below the plane of the roof, without roof supports or through the roof structural attachments.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete four of the five paragraphs below.
 
1.
Face: Panel Rib wall panels.
2.
Face: Vee Rib wall panels.
3.
Face: As indicated on drawings.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the two paragraphs below.
 
4.
Face Style: Vertical.
5.
Face Style: Mansard with incline of _____.
6.
Height: ___ feet, with bottom edge at 2 feet below building eave line.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following 2 paragraphs. The first is for a "closed" facade. The second is for an "open" facade; water resistant soffit material must be used.
 
7.
Close space between facade and roof with gutter.
8.
Provide standard eave gutter on roof with open space between gutter and back side of facade.
9.
Back Side: Closed with standard wall panels.
10.
Soffit: Matching panels.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Curb openings are available in pre-designed sizes up to 48 inches by 96 inches. Custom sized curbs are provided where needed on a per job basis. A standard 30 inches by 36 inches. Roof access hatch and curb are available. The curbs may be used with a variety of curb mounted equipment or accessories, including smoke vents, exhaust fans, access hatches, domed skylights, and HVAC ducts and equipment. Unless specifically pre-ordered, curbs and curb flashings will be supplied in the natural metallic coating color only. Curbs that must match the roof finish color must be field painted after installation.
 
H.
Roof Curbs: Welded units fabricated for shingled installation with roof panels; minimum 18 gage Galvalume coated steel, with welds cleaned and treated with protective coating compatible with the Galvalume substrate.
1.
Top of curbs horizontal with 1-1/2 inch perimeter flange.
2.
Curb walls insulated with 1-1/2 inch, 3 pcf density rigid glass fiber insulation.
3.
Water diversion: Integral 4 inch high by full length cricket on upslope side.
4.
Exposed curb flanges pre-drilled for correct fastener locations.
5.
Upslope and down slope curb flanges with integral welded inside and outside cell closures compatible with the roof panel profile.
6.
Curb framing: Mounted on secondary structural members and installed from the top; compatible with the thermal expansion and contraction properties of the roof on which it is used.
7.
Opening size: As indicated on drawings.
8.
Roof Access Hatch: Manufacturer's standard 30 by 36 inch opening, with curb.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** SSR roof curb systems are available in two types: ONE PIECE and THREE PIECE. ONE PIECE SSR curbs have integral flashing flanges on four sides. The curb and its equipment are installed on panel module only. THREE PIECE SSR curbs have separate upper and lower flashing flanges with integral side flashing flanges. The curb and its equipment may be installed off panel module. The upper and lower flashing flanges are installed on panel module and shingle to the curb. Delete one of the two paragraphs below.
 
9.
Curbs for SSR Roof Panels: One-piece type.
10.
Curbs for SSR Roof Panels: Three-piece type.
I.
Roof Curbs: DuraCurb. Welded units designed for installation with SSR or SLR II roof panels; minimum 0.080 inch Aluminum.
1.
Top of curbs horizontal with 1-1/2 inch perimeter flange.
2.
Curb walls insulated with 1-1/2 inch, 3 pcf density rigid glass fiber insulation.
3.
Water diversion: Integral 4 inch high by full length cricket on upslope side.
4.
Internal curb flanges pre-drilled for correct fastener locations on three sides.
5.
Low side has integral welded cells compatible with the roof panel profile.
6.
Upslope curb flanges are field attached to curb and sealed to upper roof panel. Flange includes factory welded water diverter.
7.
Curb framing: Mounted on secondary structural members and installed from the top; compatible with the thermal expansion and contraction properties of the roof on which it is used.
8.
Opening size: As indicated on drawings.
9.
Roof Access Hatch: Manufacturer's standard 30 by 36 inch opening, with curb.
J.
Roof Curbs: CFR. One piece welded units designed for installation with SSR or SLR II roof panels; minimum 0.080 inch Aluminum.
1.
Top of curbs horizontal with 1-1/2 inch perimeter flange.
2.
Curb walls insulated with 1-1/2 inch, 3 pcf density rigid glass fiber insulation.
3.
Internal curb flanges pre-drilled for correct fastener locations on three sides.
4.
Low side has integral welded cells compatible with the roof panel profile.
5.
Upslope curb flanges is factory welded and sealed to upper roof panel. Upper flange includes factory welded 4 inch high by full width cricket to divert water away from the curb.
6.
Curb framing: Mounted on secondary structural members and installed from the top; compatible with the thermal expansion and contraction properties of the roof on which it is used.
7.
Opening size: As indicated on drawings.
8.
Roof Access Hatch: Manufacturer's standard 30 by 36 inch opening with curb.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Walkways are for use with SSR panels only and are installed parallel or perpendicular to the ribs. Walkways can increase the equipment load capacity of curbs by removing the workman's foot traffic from the curb framing during installation and maintenance. Walkways are compatible with roof pitches of 1:12 and less. Walkways may be used as maintenance platforms around roof equipment, pathways between equipment or pathways from roof access points to roof equipment. Walkways prevent foot traffic damage to the SSR panel surface, panel endlaps, panel flashings and curb attachments to roof panel.
 
K.
Roof Walkways: 18 gage (1.22 mm) G90/Z275 galvanized planks, supports and hardware; for attachment to top of the SSR rib with no fastener penetrations through roof panel.
1.
Planks: Interlocking, with slip resistant die formed tooth pattern on surface.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete three of the four paragraphs below.
 
2.
Width: As indicated on drawings.
3.
Width:18 inches.
4.
Width: 24 inches.
5.
Width: 36 inches.
6.
Length: 20 foot modules.
L.
Walkways Kits: SSR "Sky Walk", 20 gage Galvalume 24 inch by 24 inch walkway planks, supports and hardware for attachment to the SSR rib with no fastener penetrations through roof panel and with slip resistant die formed tooth pattern on surface.
1.
Nominal 24 inch by 24 inch panels providing a continuous run that is 24 inches wide by 10 feet long running parallel with the standing seams. Refer to Drawings.
2.
Nominal 24 inch by 24 inch panels providing a continuous run that is 24 inches wide by 10 feet long running perpendicular to the standing seams. Refer to Drawings.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select materials and material yield strengths based on building design requirements; use the following unless required otherwise.
 
2.3
MATERIALS
A.
Structural Steel Plate, Bar, Sheet, and Strip for Use in Bolted and Welded Constructions: ASTM A 572/A 572M, A 529/A 529M, A 1011 or A 36/A 36M Modified 50, with minimum yield strength of 55,000 psi (380 MPa).
B.
Galvanized Structural Steel Material for Use in Roll Formed or Press Broken Secondary Structural Members: ASTM A 563, with minimum yield strength of 60,000 psi (410 MPa).
C.
Galvanized Steel Sheet for Roll Formed or Press Broken Roof and Wall Coverings, Trim and Flashing: ASTM A 653/A 653M, with minimum yield strength of 50,000 psi (345 MPa).
D.
Galvalume Steel Sheet Used in Roll Formed or Press Broken Roof Covering: Aluminum-zinc alloy-coated steel sheet, ASTM A 792/A 792M, with minimum yield strength of 50,000 psi (345 MPa); nominal coating weight of 0.5 oz per sq ft both sides, equivalent to an approximate coating thickness of 0.0018 inch both sides.
E.
Hot Rolled Steel Shapes: W, M and S shapes, angles, rods, channels and other shapes; ASTM A 500, ASTM A 572/A 572M or ASTM A 36/A 36M as applicable; with minimum yield strengths required for the design.
F.
Structural Bolts and Nuts Used with Primary Framing: High strength, ASTM A 325 bolts and ASTM A563 Grade C nuts.
G.
Bolts and Nuts Used with Secondary Framing Members: High Strength ASTM A 325 Bolts and ASTM A 563 Grade C nuts.
H.
Panel Fasteners:
1.
For Galvalume and KXL finished roof and wall panels: Stainless Steel-capped carbon steel fasteners with integral sealing washer.
2.
Color of exposed fastener heads to match the roof or wall panel finish.
3.
Concealed Fasteners: Self-drilling type, of size as required.
4.
Provide fasteners in quantities and location as required by the manufacturer.
I.
Flashing and Trim: Match material, finish, and color of adjacent components. Provide trim at rakes, including peak and corner assemblies, high and low eaves, corners, bases, framed openings and as required or specified to provide weather tightness and a finished appearance.
J.
Sealants, Mastics and Closures: Manufacturer's standard type.
1.
Provide at roof panel end laps, side laps, rake, eave, transitions and accessories as required to provide a weather resistant roof system; use tape mastic or gun grade sealant at side laps and end laps.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Wall panel side and end laps are not normally sealed.
 
2.
Provide at wall panel rakes, eaves, transitions and accessories.
3.
Closures: Formed to match panel profiles; closed cell elastic material, manufacturer's standard color.
4.
Tape mastic: Pre-formed butyl rubber-based, non-hardening, non-corrosive to metal; white or light gray.
5.
Gun grade sealant: Non-skinning synthetic Elastomeric based material; gray or bronze.
2.4
FABRICATION
A.
Fabrication: Fabricate according to manufacturer's standard practice.
1.
Fabricate structural members made of welded plate sections by jointing the flanges and webs by continuous automatic submerged arc welding process.
2.
Welding operators and processes: Qualified in accordance with AWS D1.1.
3.
Field connections: Prepare members for bolted field connection by making punched, drilled, or reamed holes in the shop.
B.
Component Identification: Mark all fabricated parts, either individually or by lot or group, using an identification marking corresponding to the marking shown on the shop drawings, using a method that remains visible after shop painting.
2.5
FINISH
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Insert values for each component selection made.
 
A.
Schedule of Finishes:
1.
Roof finish and color: ________.
2.
Wall finish and color: ________.
3.
Mansard panel finish and color: ________.
4.
Liner panel finish and color: ________.
5.
Soffit panels finish and color: ________.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The purpose of standard shop coat is to provide protection for the structural steel members during transportation, during temporary jobsite storage and during erection. The shop coat does not provide the uniformity of appearance or the durability and protection of appropriate field finish coat(s) of paint.
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The erector is responsible for field touch-up painting that may be required; and for any protection that may be necessary to avoid deterioration of the shop coat.
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Shop coat is a rust inhibitive coating in Grey, Bronze, White or Red color. Primer has a gloss equal to 10-20 units, 60 degree gloss meter (ASTM D523).
 
B.
Shop Coat: Manufacturer's standard rust inhibitive primer paint; manufacturer's standard color.
1.
Finish all structural steel members using one coat of manufacturer's standard shop coat, after cleaning of oil, dirt, loose scale and foreign matter.
C.
KXL Pre-Painted Finish: 0.9 mil minimum dry film thickness 70 percent Kynar 500, Hylar 5000 coating on exterior surface.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** KXL is available in the following colors: Cool Arctic White, Cool Cotton White, Cool Sierra Tan, Cool Zinc Gray, Cool Egyptian White, Cool Colonial Red, Cool Cobalt Blue, Cool Leaf Green, Cool Dark Bronze, Cool Granite Grey, Cool Straw Gold, Cool Hemlock Green, Cool Bermuda Green, Cool Imperial Blue. -Some components are not available in all colors -- verify availability for specific panel types. If two or more colors of the same finish are required, indicate the colors at the panel types or in a schedule.
 
1.
Color: Interior Finish: Off White 0.5 mil minimum dry film thickness wash coat.
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Verification of Conditions: Examine areas and conditions under which work is to be performed and identify conditions detrimental to proper and or timely completion.
1.
Verify foundations are properly installed, to correct dimensions and within acceptable tolerances.
2.
Verify location of covered or built-in work.
3.
Do not proceed until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
3.2
PREPARATION
A.
Framing Erection: Erect framing in compliance with AIS Specification and the latest edition of the MBMA metal building systems manual.
B.
Provide for erection and wind loads. Provide temporary bracing to maintain structure plumb and in alignment until completion of erection and installation of permanent bracing. Locate braced bays as required by manufacturer.
3.3
ERECTION OF FRAME
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
1.
Do not erect frames without complete installation of tie beams and anchorages.
2.
Set column base plates with non-shrink grout to full plate bearing.
3.
Do not field cut or alter structural members without written approval.
4.
After erection, prime welds, abrasions, and surfaces not primed with primer used in shop painting.
3.4
INSTALLATION
A.
Install in compliance with manufacturer's instructions and approved submittals.
1.
Exercise care when cutting prefinished material to ensure cuttings do not remain on finish surface.
2.
Fasten cladding system to structural supports, aligned level and plumb.
3.
Locate end laps over supports. End lap panels according to manufacturer's recommendations. Place side laps over adjacent panel and mechanically seam or stitch fastener per erection guidelines.
4.
Provide expansion joints where indicated.
5.
Use concealed fasteners.
6.
Install sealant and gaskets to prevent weather penetration.
7.
Install system free of rattles, noise due to thermal movement, and wind whistles.
8.
Install door frames, service doors, overhead doors, window and glass, and gutter system in compliance with manufacturer's instructions.
9.
Seal wall and roof accessories watertight and weather tight with sealant in compliance with building manufacturer's standard procedures.
10.
Rigidly support and secure gutters and downspouts. Joint lengths with formed seams sealed watertight. Flash and seal gutters to downspouts.
B.
Tolerances:
1.
Framing Members: 1/4 inch from level; 1/8 inch from plumb.
2.
Racking: 1/8 inch from true position. Provide shoring to maintain position prior to cladding installation.
3.5
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
Testing by Contractor:
1.
Roof installation inspection by roof manufacturer's representative; as required as part of warranty provision.
B.
Testing by Owner:
1.
High Strength Bolted Connections: Specification for Structural Joints Using ASTM A 325 or A 490 Bolts, with minimum testing of bolted connections per the arbitration inspection procedure.
2.
Welded Connections: AWS. Visual inspection of 100 percent of welds. Ultrasonic inspection of 50 percent of full and partial penetration welds. A rejection rate greater than 5 percent will increase the inspection to 100 percent.
3.
General Testing: For materials and installed tolerances.
END OF SECTION