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CONTINUOUS INSULATIONSHEATHING USAGE

Presented by:  Ron Jackson and Sam HatchellDanis Building Construction Company and Jaynes Corporation

ACIG Quality Summit 2016

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DOW THERMAX XARMORCONTINUOUS INSULATIONEXTERIOR INSULATION

Director of Quality AssuranceDanis Building Construction Company

Ron Jackson

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KETTERING CANCER CENTER

Lessons Learned and Best Practices

DOW Thermax XArmor ( ci ) Exterior Insulation

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION• 5‐Story Steel Framed Construction including Connector Bridge to Main Campus

• Primary Architect is Cannon Design with local Partner LWC Incorporated

• 120,000 Sq.Ft. ( Levels 2 and 3 are Shelled Space for Future Fit‐Out )

• $ 40,500,000

• DOW Thermax XArmor ( ci ) Exterior Insulation

• Brick and Cast Stone Veneers

• Composite Metal Panels

• Full Height Curtain Walls and Punched Openings

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PROJECT RENDERING

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PROJECT DESIGN HISTORY• Initial Exterior Envelope Design was 2 3/8” Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation over 5/8” Exterior Sheathing

• Third Party Consultant Wiss, Janney, Elstner conducted a Peer Review based on this design

• Delay’s in receiving 100% Design Documents would have dictated trying to apply the SPF Insulation in January in Ohio which would have required fully tenting and heating the structure to meet the SPF Insulation temperature requirements

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PROJECT DESIGN HISTORY• Architect(s) and Owner asked for alternatives to keep the project on schedule

• Exterior Sheathing Sub‐Contractor had experience with installing the DOW Thermax Systems and offered it as an Alternative

• Owner and Architect accepted the proposed Alternative to stay on schedule

• Wiss, Janney, Elstner conducted a “ Commentary Only “ review of DOW Thermax System

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION AND COMPOSITION• 4’ x 8’ x 12’ panels with ship lap configuration at top and bottom of panel

• Exterior face of panel:  glass‐fiber reinforced polyisocyanurate foam core faced with a nominal 4 mil embossed thermoset‐coated aluminum.  Exterior face serves as a drainage plane and a water‐resistive barrier

• Interior face of panel:  1.25 mil embossed aluminum

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FASTENING PATTERN

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FASTENER ACCESSORIES – DOW PANEL TO STUD

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FAST BUILDING DRY‐IN POTENTIAL

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MASONRY ACCESSORIES – BRICK TIES

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LIQUID FLASHING MATERIAL• Elastomeric Spray that forms a tight, seamless 

barrier**

• Surface and Ambient Temperatures should be 35F and rising and below 120F during application

• Applied at 50 mils +/‐ 5 mils

• Build up to 50 mils with two passes, one to fill the joint, the next to build the thickness and achieve proper joint coverage

• Joint coverage is 3” +/‐ 1”

• Coverage into rough openings is 3” onto the face and 3” into the opening

• Penetration coverage is 2” onto the face and 2” onto the penetration

**  When applied correctly per Manufacturers Instructions

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LESSONS LEARNED

DOW Thermax XArmor ( ci ) Exterior Insulation

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PRODUCT DAMAGE IS TO BE EXPECTED

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GAPS GREATER THAN ¼” WIDE MUST BE TREATED

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GAPS AT STRAP BLOCKING FOR STONE

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SEQUENCING OF GAP TREATMENT BEFORE SPRAYING• Encourage Installer to provide two 

crews such that Gap Treatment can 

stay ahead of Spraying Operations

• Drying Times of Gap Treatment need 

to be factored into Scheduling of 

Spraying

• Coordination of other Trades Work 

being held up waiting on Gap 

Treatment and Spraying

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CLEAR COMMUNICATION TO NEW SITE WORKERS• Trade Worker who began initial 

start of spraying on West Elevation was not at the Pre‐Installation Meeting

• 1st Work Inspection revealed that he did not understand extent of spraying detailing at vertical soffit to roof transition 

• Corrective Action was implemented

• New Trade Worker to site repeated the same deficiency on South Elevation

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STRUCTURAL LINTEL CONDITION SNAF‐OOO• Architectural Detail showed bolted 

Lintel Connection with bolt head on exterior side of metal stud

• Transition from 2 ½” Thermax to narrower section without reducing drainage cavity

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STRUCTURAL LINTEL CONDITION ADJUSTMENT

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BEST PRACTICES

DOW Thermax XArmor ( ci ) Exterior Insulation

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PROPER FLASHING OF PENETRATIONS

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THOROUGH INSPECTION OF SPRAYED AREAS PRIORTO MOVING TO NEXT AREA

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GOING THE EXTRA MILE AT METAL PANELS

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VERIFY SEALANT COMPATIBILITY WITH DOW

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ENGAGE DOW TECHNICAL STAFF EARLY WITHPROJECT SPECIFIC DETAILS AND QUESTIONS

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REQUEST DOW TECHNICAL FIELD OBSERVATION AT1ST WORK INSPECTION

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Ron JacksonDirector of Quality AssuranceDanis Building Construction Company

Direct: 937‐228‐1225

Cell: 937‐673‐0978

[email protected]

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JOHNSMANVILLECONTINUOUS INSULATIONFOAM SHEATHING

Corporate Quality ManagerJaynes Corporation

Sam Hatchell

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MARIE HUGHES ELEMENTARY

Jonhsmanville AP Foil Faced Polyisocyanurate Foam Sheathing

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

• 2 story elementary school

• Structural steel framed construction

• 87,000 Sq/.ft

• $15,000,000 contract price

• Johnsmanville Foil Faced Polyiso Rigid Insulation 1.5 Inch (exterior sheathing)

• Cladding Systems

• 3 coat Portland Cement Plaster (Stucco)

• Flat Metal Panels

• Porcelain Tile

• Storefront punch openings

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PROJECT MODEL

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WALL SYSTEM DESIGN (STUCCO)

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WALL SYSTEM DESIGN (PORCELAIN TILE)

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WALL SYSTEM DESIGN (METAL PANEL)

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CI PRODUCT

• Foil Faced 1.5 Inch Polyiso insulation

• Attached with large capped fasteners

• All seams and corners taped

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SEAM TAPE PRODUCT

• DOW Weathermate used instead of JM recommended  3M Tape

• Blue polypropylene film facer with butyl adhesive

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FASTENER PRODUCT

• UltraFast Fastener

• #12 steel, polymer‐coated

• 3” Round Locking Blue Plastic Plate

• Fastening Pattern: 16 inch O.C. vertically and horizontally when over steel stud directly

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MOCK‐UP

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MOCK‐UP

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DETAILS

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DESIGN DETAILS

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DETAILS

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PENETRATIONS

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ITEMS TO CONSIDER DURING INSTALL

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WORK IN PROGRESS

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