Treated plywood residential EIFS details and specifications

 

Residential EIFS

Residential EIFS

Facades Zenith System cannot be beat for an efficient solution to residential and light commercial construction needs. Zenith offers outstanding insulating qualities and  versatile beauty with an extra level of moisture protection.

Facades Zenith System eliminates the problems in residential EIFS by incorporating a drainage plane between the secondary weather barrier and the insulation board. This creates a drainage channel to weep incidental water to the exterior.

Facades Zenith System has a transferable 10-Year drainage and materials warranty providing an added  level of confidence to building owners. The system is warranted to effectively drain any moisture  that enters the wall between the insulation board and the secondary weather barrier. Zenith is an excellent choice for remodeling as installation is fast and easy.

Treated plywood residential EIFS details and specifications

Treated plywood residential EIFS details and specifications

Treated plywood residential EIFS details and specifications

 

 

This doc contains the specifications for this treated plywood residential EIFS system. These specifications follow a 3 part format.

TAILOR OUR specifications

These specifications cover all the ways of using the treated plywood residential EIFS system. Projects use combinations of these materials and methods. To tailor the specifications to your project use those sections which apply. Place certain parts of the specification in other parts of the project’s total specification. The project design pros are responsible for ensuring that the project specifications are suitable. This specification is to be used with treated plywood residential EIFS system detail drawings and product data sheets etc. For assistance in preparing your specification contact us.

UNITS

English Units are included in parentheses after the Standard International (SI) equivalents. The conversions represent commonly used equivalents.

WARNING

An air barrier should not be confused with a vapor retarder. A retarder may  be used in the wall assembly to retard water vapor diffusion. Also to reduce the risk of condensation.  A vapor retarder is placed on the warm side of the wall.  It is placed on the interior side in cold climates. A vapor retarder may not be necessary. It depends on the wall components. Also the range of temps and humidity conditions. As well as the mechanical ventilation. A vapor retarder should not be used in warm humid climates.

DISCLAIMER

Info in this specification is to standard detail and product recommendations for the install of the treated plywood residential EIFS system.  It is presented in good faith.  We assume no liability to the architecture, engineering or workmanship. To insure that you are using the latest most complete info contact us.

 PART I – GENERAL

 

 

1.01 SUMMARY

This doc contains all the our requirements for the proper design, use, and install. Use over vertical above grade concrete, masonry, and sheathing. It is intended to be used with typical details and application instructions. Project design parameters may require special details or specifications. The project design pro should prepare this.

A. SECTION INCLUDES.

1.  treated plywood residential EIFS system.

B. RELATED SECTIONS.

1. Unit Masonry  Section 042000.

2. Concrete  Sections 03300 and 034000.

3. Light Gauge Cold Formed Steel Framing  Section 054000.

4. Wood Framing  Section 061000.

5. Sheathing  Section 061600.

6. Water Barriers  Section 072500.

7.Vapor Retarders Section 072600.

8. Membrane Roofing Section 075000.

9. Flashing and Sheet Metal Section 076000.

10. Joint Protection Section 079000.

11. Windows Section 085000.


1.02. REFERENCES

A. ASTM B117. Federal Test Standard.

141A Method 6061. Test Method of Salt Spray Fog Testing.

B. ASTM C79 specification for Gypsum Sheathing Board.

C. ASTM C150 specification for Portland Cement.

D. ASTM C297 Test Method for Tensile Strength of Flat Sandwich Constructions in Flatwise Plane.

E. ASTM D968. Federal Test Standard 141A Method 6191. Test Method for Abrasion Resistance of Organic Coatings by Falling Abrasive.

F. ASTM E84 Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.

G. ASTM E108. Modified. Method for Fire Tests of Roof Coverings.

H. ASTM E330. Test Method for Structural Performance of Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, and Doors by Uniform Static Air Pressure Difference.

I. ASTM G23. Federal Test Standard 141A Method 6151. Recommended Practice for Operating Exposure Apparatus. (Carbon-Arc Type) With and Without Water, for Exposure of Nonmetallic Materials.

O. treated plywood residential EIFS system Install Details.

P.Cleaning and Recoating.

Q. Expansion Joints and Sealants.

R.Water Vapor Transmission. (FS0111).

S. treated plywood residential EIFS system Application Instructions. (FS0514).

T. Mil Std E5272. Environmental Testing.

U. Mil Std 810B. Environmental Test Methods (mildew resistance)..

V. ULC S101. Standard Methods of Fire Endurance Tests of Building Construction Materials.

 

1.03 DEFINITIONS

A. Building Expansion Joint. A joint through the building structure. It is designed to accommodate structural movement.

B. Contractor. The contractor that installs this treated plywood residential EIFS system.

C. Expansion Joint. A discontinuity in the treated plywood residential EIFS system.

D. Facades. the manufacturer of the treated plywood residential EIFS system.

E. Finish. An acrylic based coating. It is applied to the outside surface of the brown coat.

H. Sheathing. A substrate in sheet form.

I. Substrate. The material to which the treated plywood residential EIFS system is affixed.

J. Substrate treated plywood residential EIFS system. The total wall assembly including the attached substrate.

 

1.4 treated plywood residential EIFS system DESCRIPTION

The treated plywood residential EIFS system is an (treated plywood residential EIFS) Class PB. Its designed for use on combustible type construction.  Its installed over a code approved water resistive barrier. It consists of a drainage medium and drainage accessories, Quik-R™ Wall Insulation or Atlas Stucco Shield®, mechanical fasteners, base coat with reinforcing mesh and finish.

B. Method of Install. This treated plywood residential EIFS system is applied to the substrate.

  1. Design Requirements.

1. Acceptable Substrates for this treated plywood residential EIFS system are.

a. APA Exterior or Exposure 1 rated Plywood,
Grade C-D or better, nominal 12.7 mm (1/2 in), minimum

b.Unglazed brick, cement plaster, concrete, or masonry.

b. Gypsum sheathing meeting ASTM C1396.

c. Silicone treated gypsum sheathing surfaced with inorganic fiberglass mats meeting ASTM C1177.

d. Exterior fiber reinforced cement and calcium silicate boards meeting ASTM C1235.

e. APA Exterior or Exposure 1 rated Plywood Grade C D or better. 13 mm (1/2 in), minimum 4 ply.

f. APA Exposure 1 rated OSB. nominal 13 mm (1/2 in).

  1. Deflection of substrate systems shall not exceed L/240.
  2. The slope of inclined surfaces shall not be less than 6:12.
  3. The length of inclined surfaces (EPS shapes) shall not exceed 305 mm (12 in).
    1. Expansion Joints.
      1. Location of expansion joints is the responsibility of the project designer. It shall be noted on the project drawings. Expansion joints shall be placed at the following locations.

1)  Where expansion joints are in the substrate.

2)  Where building expansion joints are.

3)  At floor lines.

4)  Where this treated plywood residential EIFS system abuts dissimilar materials.

5)  Where the substrate changes.

6)  In continuous elevations at intervals less than 144 ft2 (13 m2) of  surface area.

7)  Where structural movement occurs. The max uncontrolled length or width is 5.5 lineal meters (18 lineal feet). Max uncontrolled length to ratio of 2 ½.

8)  It is the responsibility of the project design team to determine expansion joint placement.

  1. Terminations.
    1. Shall be held back from adjoining materials a min of 19 mm (3/4 in) for sealant.

b. Terminated a min of 200 mm (8 in) above finished grade.

c. Sealants.

1)  Supplied by others.

2)  Compatible with the treated plywood residential EIFS system materials.

3)  The sealant backer rod shall be of closed cell.

  1. Vapor Retarders. Use and location of vapor retarders is the responsibility of the project designer. It shall be noted on the project drawings and specifications.
  2. The use of dark colors must be considered in relation to wall surface temp.  Use of dark colors in high temp climates can affect the performance of the treated plywood residential EIFS system.

D. Performance Requirements.

  1. This treated plywood residential EIFS system shall have been tested for durability as follows.

a. Abrasion Resistance. ASTM D968 (Federal Test Standard 141A Method 6191). no deleterious effects after 500 liters (132 gal).

  1. Accelerated Weathering. ASTM G23 (Federal Test Standard 141A Method 6151) 2000 hours.  No deterioration.

c. Mildew Resistance. Mil Std 810B. passes.

d. Salt Spray Resistance. ASTM B117 (Federal Test Standard 141A Method 6061) 5%. Concentration for 300 hours. No deleterious effect.

  1. Fire performance.
    1. Flame Spread ASTM E84. When tested individually the adhesives and coatings shall have a Flame Spread index not exceeding 20.  A Smoke Developed index not exceeding 10.

 

1.5 SUBMITTALS.

A. Product Data. The Contractor shall submit Manufacturer’s product data sheets describing products which will be used.

B. Samples. The Contractor shall submit two samples of this treated plywood residential EIFS system for each finish, texture and color to be used. The same tools and techniques for the actual install shall be used. Samples shall be of  size to represent each color and texture.

  1. The applicator shall submit schedules  and detail drawings. The drawings shall show details and other items as required. Then a proper evaluation can be made.

D. Test Reports. When requested  the Contractor shall submit selected test reports. They must verify the performance of this treated plywood residential EIFS system.


 

1.6 QUALITY ASSURANCE.

A. Qualifications.

  1. treated plywood residential EIFS system Manufacturer. Shall be Facades. All materials shall be manufactured or sold by us. All shall be purchased from us or its  distributor.
    1. Materials shall be manufactured at a facility covered by a current ISO. 9001:2000 certification. Certification of the facility shall be done by a registrar accredited by the American National Standards Institute. Registrar Accreditation Board (ANSI-RAB).
    2. Contractor. Shall be knowledgeable in the proper install of the treated plywood residential EIFS system. They shall be experienced in the install of Stucco Systems. They shall possess a  trained certificate from us.

B. Certifications.

  1. This treated plywood residential EIFS system shall be approved for use by building code authorities.
    1. Mock Up.
    2. The Contractor shall provide a mock up for approval.
    3. The mock up shall be the size required to represent the products being installed. Also include each color and texture to be used.
  2. Use the same equipment and techniques as the actual application. The finish used shall be from the same batch as that being used.
  3. The approved mock up shall be available at the job site.

 

1.7 STORAGE AND HANDLING

A. All materials shall be delivered to the job site in the original, unopened packages.

  1. Upon arrival. Materials shall be inspected for physical damage, freezing, or overheating.  Questionable materials shall not be used.
  2. Materials shall be stored at the jobsite. Store in a cool, dry location, out of sunlight. Protected from weather and other damage.  Min storage temp shall be 7°C (45 °F) for Coatings and Primers. 10 °C (50 °F) for other wet products. Minimize exposure of materials to temps over 32 °C (90 °F). Finishes exposed to temps over 43 °C (110 °F) for even short periods may exhibit skinning. Increased viscosity and should be inspected prior to use.

 

1.8 PROJECT CONDITIONS.

A. Environmental Requirements.

1. Application shall not take place during inclement weather. Protect materials from inclement weather.

2. Application of wet materials shall be at a min temp of 4 °C (40 °F), 7 °C(45 °F) or 10 °C (50 °F) depending on product and rising. Maintain for a min of 24 hours or until completely dry.

B. Existing Conditions.

  1. The Contractor shall have access to power and water. The are shall be clean.

 

1.9 SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING

  1. Install of this treated plywood residential EIFS system shall be coordinated with other trades.
  2. Sufficient manpower and equipment shall be used for continuous operation.

 

1.10 LIMITED MATERIALS WARRANTY

A. We shall provide a limited warranty against defective material upon written request. We make no other warranties. We dont warrant workmanship. Full details are available.

 

1.11 SIGN RESPONSIBILITY.

A. It is the responsibility of both the specifier and the purchaser to determine if a product is suitable for their intended use. The designer shall be responsible for design, detail, structural capability, attachment details, shop drawings and the like. We have prepared guidelines in the form of specifications, application details and product data sheets to help the design process only. We are not liable for any errors in design, detail, structural capability, attachment details, shop drawings, or the like. Whether based upon the info prepared by us or otherwise. As well as changes which may have been made to our published comments.

 

1.12 MAINTENANCE

  1. Maintenance and repair shall follow procedures noted in this treated plywood residential EIFS system Application Instructions. (FS0514)

B. All products are designed to minimize maintenance. Some cleaning may be required.

  1. Sealants and flashings should be inspected regularly. Make repairs as necessary.

 

PART II -PRODUCTS

 

2.1 MANUFACTURING

A. All components shall be obtained from us or our distributors.

 

2.2 MATERIALS

A. Portland Cement: Shall be Type I, I-II or II, meeting ASTM C150, white or gray in color, fresh and free of lumps.

B. Water: Shall be clean and free of foreign matter.

C. Mechanical Fasteners: Shall be Wind-Lock’s Wind Devil™ plates, or equivalent, used in conjunction with corrosion resistant fasteners appropriate for the substrate treated plywood residential EIFS system.

 

2.3 COMPONENTS

A. Air Water Resistive Barrier Components.

1. Water Resistive Barrier Coating.

a.Water Stop Coat. or Facades Water Guard treated plywood residential EIFS system (see FS320).

b. Joint Mesh. An open weave fiberglass mesh tape available in rolls 102 mm (4 in) wide by 91 m (100 yd) long.

2. Sheet Type Membranes (by others).

a. Code approved water resistive barrier such as but not limited to Tyvek. or Commercial Wrap #15 Felt, Grade D Paper.

B. Flashing Materials. Used to protect substrate edges at terminations.

1. Liquid Applied.

a. Shall be Water Stop Coat. Water Stop Fill and Joint Mesh.

2. Sheet Type.

a. Shall be Flashing Tape an

1)  Flashing Tape. A high density polyethylene film. Its available in rolls 102 mm (4 in), 152 mm (6 in) and 229 mm (9 in) wide by 23 m (75 ft) long.

C. FS16 Adhesive: A moisture cure, urethane based adhesive used to adhere the Zenith Drainage Strip and Track.

D. Accessories.

1. Zenith Drainage Track. Optional.  Not required when Drainage Strip is specified. UV treated PVC perforated “J” channel with weep holes complying with ASTM D 1784 and ASTM C 1063.  Shall be one of the following.

a. Starter Trac STWP. Without drip edge by Plastic Components Inc.

b. Starter Trac STDE. with drip edge by Plastic Components Inc.

c. Universal Starter Track by Wind lock Corporation

d. Sloped Starter Strip with Drip by Vinyl Corp.

2. Our Drainage Strip. Optional. Not required when Drainage Track is specified. A corrugated plastic material. It  provides drainage.  Required when using Tyvek without the Drainage Track.

E. Drainage Medium Options.

1.  Our Drainage Mat. treated plywood residential EIFS system 1 (optional when Zenith™ is installed over Tyvek®. A white, 3.2 mm (1/8 in) thick mat composed of open weave polymer threads.

2. Zenith Spacer. optional when installed over Tyvek® StuccoWrap™. A 3.2 mm (1/8 in) thick polyethylene spacer. It separates the insulation board from the substrate

F. Insulation Board. Quik-R™ Wall Insulation or Atlas Stucco Shield®.

1. Thickness of insulation board shall be minimum 15.9 mm (5/8 in).

2. The insulation board shall be manufactured by Dow Chemical Corporation or Atlas Roofing Corporation.

G. Mechanical Fasteners. consist of a 44 mm (1 ¾ in) diameter washer. They must have key openings for base coat penetration. Use in conjunction with a corrosion resistant fastener.

1. Washer.

a. Shall be Wind Lock ULP 302 or 402 Plate. Or ITW Buildex Grid-Mateä washer or Grid-Mate with stem.

2. Screws, Nails, Anchors.

a. Wood/ Steel Framing with a nailable substrate. (Plywood or Oriented Strand Board).

1) Shall be minimum No. 6 bugle head corrosion resistant screws.

2) The screws shall penetrate the wood substrate a min of 19 mm (3/4 in).

3) Nails shall be min 12 gauge (8d). ring shank.  They shall be hot dipped galvanized. As well as of sufficient length to penetrate the structural base a min of 25 mm (1 in).  Ring shank nails are not recommended for attachment to Oriented Strand Board.

b. Wood/ Steel Framing with a non structural substrate. (gypsum based or similar).

1) Wood Screws shall be a minimum No. 6. bugle head. corrosion resistant screws. Shall penetrate the wood framing a min of 19 mm (3/4 in).

2) Light Gauge Metal Framing. (min 20 gauge) requires minimum No. 6. Self drilling corrosion resistant screws. Shall penetrate the steel framing a min of 9.5 mm (3/8 in).

3) Nails shall be ring shank and a min of 12 gauge (8d).  They shall be hot dipped galvanized. Shall penetrate the wood framing a min of 25 mm (1 in).

c. Concrete/ Masonry.

1) Anchors shall be a min 4.8 mm (3/16 in) diameter. Corrosion resistant.

2) Anchors shall penetrate the substrate a min of 25 mm (1 in).

3) Pullout values shall be substantiated for the particular substrate and fastener.

H. Insulation Board used for Foam Shapes. Expanded Polystyrene meeting the our specifications for Insulation Board,.FS113. and the following requirements.

1. The insulation board shall be manufactured by a board supplier listed by us.

A. Adhesives. Used to adhere the EPS architectural shapes to the Base Coat.

  1. Cementitious. A liquid polymer based material which is field mixed with Portland cement. Used over non wood based substrates.
    1. Shall be Base Coat.
    2. Ready mixed. A dry blend cementitious, copolymer based product. It is field mixed with water. Its used over non wood based substrates.
      1. Dry Mix Base Coat.

B. Architectural Shapes. Expanded polystyrene meeting our specification. Supplied by an EPS board supplier licensed by us.

  1. Base Coat. Shall be compatible with the EPS architectural shapes and reinforcing mesh.
  2. Cementitious. A liquid polymer based material. It is field mixed with Portland cement.
    1. Base Coat/Adhesive.
    2. Non cementitious. A factory mixed  fully formulated water based product.
      1. Synthetic Base Coat.
      2. Ready mixed. A dry blend cementitious copolymer based product field mixed with water.
        1. Dry-Mix Base Coat/Adhesive.

D. Meshes. Shall be a balanced open weave glass fiber fabric. It shall be treated for compatibility with other treated plywood residential EIFS system materials. It shall be available in the following weights. It shall provide the indicated min tensile strengths:

1. RM100: 152 g/m2.

(4.5 oz/yd2); 27 g/cm

(150 lbs/in).

2. RM100x: 203 g/m2.

(6 oz/yd2); 36 g/cm

(200 lbs/in).

3. RM310:407 g/m2.

(12 oz/yd2); 54 g/cm

(300 lbs/in).

4. RM109: 146 g/m2 (4.3 oz/yd2);

27 g/cm

(150 lbs/in).

E.  Admix. A modified acrylic binder.

F. Finishes. Shall be the type, color and texture as selected by the architect. It shall be one or more of the following.

  1. A Quartz Tex is a great Swirl texture.b. Fine QuartzTe is a great Fine swirl texture.c. Free Stylus is a Fine or varied texture.d. Pebble Float is a  Pebble texture.E Sand Float is a  Sand texture.Elastomeric Finish. water based acrylic coating.A Quartz Tex is a Swirl texture.b. Fine Quartz Tex is a Fine swirl texture.c. Free stylus is a Fine or varied texture.d. Pebble Float is a Pebble texture.E Sand Float E is a Sand texture.
  2. SandFloat E™: Sand texture.
  3. Specialty Finishes: Factory mixed, water based acrylic.
    1. Coatings Shall be water based, acrylic coating with integral color and or texture and be one of the following.
    2. Acrylic Paint: Non textured.
      1. Elastomeric Paint: Non textured.

 

elastomeric coating.

  1. BellaCoat™ T: Textured elastomeric coating.
    1. Primers and Sealers.
    2. Primer: A water based acrylic primer.
    3. Sealer: Clear acrylic sealer.

 

 

2.4 ACCESSORIES

A. Second Moisture Protection Barrier. A secondary weather barrier must be installed over sheathed substrates. It must be wrapped into rough openings prior to install.

1. Acceptable Secondary Moisture Protection Barriers include.  Tyvek® StuccoWrap™ and equals that comply with local building codes. Other code approved asphalt saturated papers are also acceptable. Trowel or roller applied weather barriers can be used if a layer of polymeric weather resistive barrier is applied over it.

  1. Install the Secondary Moisture Protection Barrier over the substrate. Install it according to specifications and code requirements.
  2. The Secondary Moisture Protection Barrier shall be free of any damage. It must be applied to all surfaces.
  3. Wrap the Secondary Moisture Protection Barrier into rough openings. Do this to increase the level of moisture protection to the building frame and interior.
  4. Coordinate work with other trades.

 

  1. Coordinate work with other trades.

 

PART III – EXECUTION

 

3.1 EXAMINATION

A. Prior to install of this treated plywood residential EIFS system ensure that the substrate.

  1. Is of a type listed in Section 1.04.C.1.
    1. Is flat within 6.4 mm (1/4 in) in 1.2 m (4 ft) radius.
  2. Is sound, dry. Connections are tight. Has no conditions that may interfere with this treated plywood residential EIFS system install.

B. The contractor shall notify the GC of all discrepancies.

  1. Prior to the install of this treated plywood residential EIFS system. All needed waterproofing details shall have been completed.

 

 

3.2 SURFACE PREPARATION

A. The substrate shall be free of foreign materials.

 

3.3 INSTALL

A. Install in accordance with application instructions.

B. The overall min base coat thickness shall be sufficient to fully embed the mesh.  The recommended method is to apply the base coat in 2 passes.

C. Sealant shall not be applied to textured finishes or base coat surfaces.  Facades Zenith™ treated plywood residential EIFS system surfaces in contact with sealant shall be coated with our Primer.

D. High impact meshes shall be installed as specified at ground level, high traffic areas and other areas exposed to or susceptible to impact damage.

 

 

3.4 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL

A. The Contractor is responsible for the proper application.

B. We assume no responsibility for application of  products.

  1. If required, the Contractor shall certify in writing the quality of work performed. It will be relative to the substrate treated plywood residential EIFS system, details, install procedures, workmanship and products used.

D. If required, the EPS supplier shall certify in writing that the EPS meets our specifications.

E. If required, the sealant Contractor shall certify in writing that the sealant application is in accordance with the sealant manufacturer’s recommendations.

 

 

3.5 CLEANING

A. All excess materials shall be removed from the job site. It will be done in accordance with applicable law.

B. All areas where this treated plywood residential EIFS system has been installed shall be left free of debris.

 

3.6 PROTECTION

A. This treated plywood residential EIFS system shall be protected from damage.

This is the end of the specification section of this page.

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