OCTOBER, 2014 REYNOBOND PE COLORWELD 500 1 EC 97909-055074213 FORMED METAL WALL PANELSGuide Specs
SECTION 074213 FORMED METAL WALL PANELS
This suggested guide specification has been developed using the current edition of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) “Manual of Practice,” including the recommendations for the CSI 3 Part Section Format and the CSI Page Format. Additionally, the development concept and organizational arrangement of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) MASTERSPEC Program has been recognized in the preparation of this guide specification. Neither CSI nor AIA endorse specific manufacturers and products. The preparation of the guide specification assumes the use of standard contract documents and forms, including the “Conditions of the Contract,” published by the AIA.
PART 1 -
The extent of panel system work is indicated on the drawings and in these specifications.
Panel system requirements include the following components:
Aluminum-faced composite panels with mounting system. Panel mounting system including anchorages, furring, fasteners, gaskets and sealants, related flashing adapters and masking for a complete installation.
Panel manufacturer recommends that system should include shop-installed aluminum stiffeners on all panels of 20 square feet or larger. Minimum stiffener recommendation is one per 20 square feet of panel area.
Parapet coping, column covers, soffits, sills, border and filler items may be indicated as integral components of the panels system or as designed.
All flashing metal required shall be provided by the panel manufacturer.
System to be fabricated and installed per local code requirements.
Drawings and general provisions of the contract, including general and supplementary conditions, division 1 specification sections and technical specification divisions 2 through 16, apply to this section.
051200 “Structural Steel Framing”
061000 "Rough Carpentry"
072100 "Thermal Insulation"
076200 "Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim"
079200 "Joint Sealants”
092000 "Plaster and Gypsum Board"
Composite panel manufacturer shall have a minimum of 15 years’ architectural experience in the manufacture of this product and be located within the continental USA.
It is recommended that fabrication and installation of composite panels shall be from a single source. If not single source, both panel fabricator and the installer must show proof of past successful collaboration.
Fabricator shall be acceptable to composite panel manufacturer.
Fabricator and installer shall have a minimum 5 years experience in architectural metal panel work similar in scope and size to this project.
Coordinate fabrication schedule with construction progress as directed by the contractor to avoid delay of work.
Shop drawings shall show the preferred joint details providing a watertight and structurally sound wall panel system that allows no uncontrolled water penetration, on the inside face of the panel system as determined by ASTM E331.
Maximum deviation from vertical and horizontal alignment of erected panels: 6 mm (1/4") in 6 m (20') non-accumulative.
Panel fabricator and installer shall assume undivided responsibility for all components of the exterior panel system, including but not limited to, attachment to sub-construction, panel-to-panel joinery, panel-to-dissimilar-material joinery and joint seal associated with the panel system.
Composite panel manufacturer should provide proof of a Certification Program with local Code Authority.