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7.3_8.0 Thermal - ThermalandMoisture Protection Today WrapupInsulation ReviewSteepRoofs StartDivision8 RinkerHallTapered Insulation

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Thermal and Moisture  Protection
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Today Wrap-up Insulation Review Steep Roofs Review Roof Terminology Start Division 8
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Rinker Hall – Tapered  Insulation
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America's Most Dangerous Jobs Job Number Of Fatalities Fatality Rate* Timber Cutters 105 122.1 Fishermen 52 108.3 Pilots 230 100.8 Structural Metal Workers 47 59.5 Extractive Occupations 69 53.9 Roofers 65 30.2 Construction Workers 288 28.3 Truck Drivers 852 27.6 All Occupations 5,915 4.3 All data for calendar year 2000. *Deaths per 100,000 employed. Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor Most Dangerous Jobs (Forbes  9/3/2002)
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Single Ply Membrane Types Vulcanized Elastomers (EPDM) Nonvulcanized Elastomers Thermoplastics Polymer-modified Bitumen Installation Loose Laid (Ballast) Mechanically Fastened Adhered
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Steep Roofing Roof slope exceeds 1 ½”/ft Many different ‘shingle’ materials used: Slate Wood (shakes) Clay Asphalt Machine Made
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Steep Roofing Design Factors: Slope Life service Wind resistance Fire resistance Local Climate
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Steep Roofing Once slop is designed, the amount of  slope determines: Roofing material Exposure Underlayment requirements Methods of installation
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Steep Roof Terminology Slope is the ratio of vertical rise to  horizontal run (or rise over run): 4 ft rise over 12 ft run = 4 / 12 or 4 in 12 Pitch is the ratio of vertical rise to twice  the horizontal run: 4 ft rise over 2 x 12 ft run = 4 / 24 or 1 / 6
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Roof Types Side Gabel Front Gabel Cross Gabel
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Roof Types Hipped Cross Hipped Pyramidal 
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Roof Types Mansard Shed Saltbox 
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Roof Details A: Roof B: Fascia C: Boxed Eve D: Soffit E: Rake
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Roof Terminology Roof Dormer Wall Dormer
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Coverage – Layers of shingles – Double  or Triple for new construction. Exposure
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2010 for the course BCN 1210 taught by Professor Fobair during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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7.3_8.0 Thermal - ThermalandMoisture Protection Today WrapupInsulation ReviewSteepRoofs StartDivision8 RinkerHallTapered Insulation

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