Thermal - Division 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection...

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BCN 5618 1 Division 7 – Thermal & Moisture Protection Dampproffing and Waterprooing Thermal Protection (Insulation) Shingles and Roof Tiles Roofing and Siding panels Membrane Roofing Flashing and Sheet Metal Roof Specialties and Accessories
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BCN 5618 2 Dampproffing and Waterproofing  Dampproofing resists dampness, but is  not designed to resist water pressure  (painting the wall with bituminous  materials).  Waterproofing resists the passage of  water and the hydrostatic pressure to  which a wall or floor might be subjected to  (membrane waterproofing).
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BCN 5618 3 Membrane Waterproofing   It consists of a buildup of tar and membranes (plies) into a strong impermeable blanket.     Plies (woven glass fabric, saturated cotton fiber, and tarred felts) provide strength and flexibility to the membrane.   Unit: square (100 sf)   Check the Specs. for number of plies (2 to 5) the kind and weight of ply type of coating (tar or asphalt) the pounds of coating material the lap required over each strip of reinforcement and the type and thickness of protection coating  
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BCN 5618 4
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BCN 5618 5 Materials required for one square (100 sf) of membrane waterproofing
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BCN 5618 6 Insulation   To make the building energy efficient, thermal insulating materials will be used.   Type of Insulation:   loose fill   boards   batts or blankets.   spray-on foam insulation  
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BCN 5618 7 Insulation Cont. Batts or blankets are available unfaced, faced
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course BCN 6518 taught by Professor Chini during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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