Environmental Conditions: Comply with manufacturer's recommendations of environmental conditions affecting product
Ambient Air Temperature:
Minimum of 400
and rising, and remain so for 48 hours thereafter. Maximum Ambient Air Temperature of 1200 F (490 C). Protect stucco from uneven and excessive evaporation during hot/ dry weather.
Do not use frozen materials in cement stucco.
Do not apply cement stucco to frozen surfaces or surfaces containing frost or ice.
Inclement Weather: Do not apply basecoat during inclement weather, unless appropriate protection is employed.
Wall and Substrate Temperatures: Avoid, when possible, installation of the basecoat and the finish coats over substrates that are over 1200 F (490 C).
Protect adjacent finished surfaces prior to stuccoing.
Maintain protection in place until completion of work.
Protect finished work when stopping for the day or when completing an area.
Part 2 - Products
Stucco base and finish 3830 Singer Blvd. NE/ (888) 463-5789.
coats: EI Rey Stucco by ParexLahabra/ Inc./ Suite 2020/ Albuquerque/ New Mexico/ 87109;
Lahabra Stucco base and Finish Coats: 4125 East La Palma Ave./ Anaheim, California 92807/ (714) 778-2266.
Weather Resistive Barrier:
One layer of No. 15 (ASTM D 226-97a) Grade D paper/ (or equivalent)/ over all new sheathing substrates; two layers are required over all wood sheathing or as required by current national and local codes.
Lath and Trim Accessories: Conform to ASTM C1063 lathing and furring.
Exterior components field walls: Minimum 17 gauge self-furred stucco netting. Expanded metal diamond lath may also be used in
accordance with ASTM C897. Terminations: J-Metal or Stucco expanded or perforated flanges.