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[Project Name]




Section 07 42 13


Insulated Metal Panels

Project No: [ ]

Section 07 42
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3




This specification was
created by Vicwest

to assist designers. It should be
reviewed and modified as required to suit individual project conditions.





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PART 1


GENERAL

1.1

D
ESCRPTION

.1

Supply factory insulated metal panels for wall systems as specified and as shown
on drawings.

.2

Work furnished and included:

.1

All steel faced, factory foamed
insulated panels with side lap seals for walls,
ceilings and/or roofs as detailed on drawings.

.2

Sealants between metal panel components
.

.3

Related
flashings,
trims
,

and extrusions
.

.4

Fasteners

and washer plates
.

.3

Related work not included:

.1

Supply and installatio
n of structural steel support
.

.2

Supply and installation of roof coping, trim or flashing at parapet and wall
-
roof junctions.

.3

Wood blocking.

.4

Windows.

.5

Doors.

.6

Supply and installation of structural steel support
.


1.2

STANDARDS

.1

Design of

insulated metal panel

system in accordance to the latest edition of:

.1

CSA
-
S136
for the design of Cold Formed Steel Structural Members

.2

National Building Code of Canada


1.3

QUALITY ASSURANCE

.1

Supplier shall design and
supply work of this Section.

.2

Supplier/installer shall have a mini
mum of
5

years proven experience and must
have completed at least 5 major
insulated metal
panel projects.

.3

All walls and openings are to be within
±3 mm (0.12”) of the location shown on
architectural drawings. Also
, the façade is to be plumb within 1:1000
of
the
overall
height with a maximum of 25mm.


1.4

DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

.1

Structural movement: Accommodate movement of supporting structural framing
and without causing bowing, buckling, delamination, oil canning, excessive stress
on fasteners, or any other
detrimental effects.

.2

Thermal Movements: Allow for thermal movements from ambient and surface
temperature changes by preventing buckling, opening of joints, overstressing of
components, failure of connections, and
other detrimental effects. Base
calculation
s on surface temperatures of materials due to both solar heat gain and
nighttime sky heat loss.

.1

Temperature Change (Range):
20

deg C
, ambient;
40

deg C
, material
surfaces
.


1.5

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

.1

Air Infiltration: Air leakage through assembly of not more

that 0.
035

m
3
/hr/m
2

(0.002ft
3
/min/ft
2
)
of wall area when tested according to ASTM E 283 at the follo
w
ing
test pressure difference:

.1

Test
-
Pressure Difference:
1000
Pa (
20

lbf/sq.ft.)
.

.2

Water Penetration under Static Pressure:
No water penetration when
tested
according to ASTM E 331 at the following test pressure difference:

.1

Test
-
Pressure Difference:
10
00Pa

(
20

lbf/sq.ft.)
.

[Project Name]




Section 07 42 13


Insulated Metal Panels

Project No: [ ]

Section 07 42
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created by Vicwest

to assist designers. It should be
reviewed and modified as required to suit individual project conditions.





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.3

Water Penetration under Dynamic Pressure: No water penetration when tested
according to AAMA 501.1

.4

Structural Performance: Metal
wall panel assemblies shall withstand the effects of
the following loads and stresses within limits and under conditions indicated, based
on testing to ASTM E 330:

.1

Wind Loads: Design wall system to resist
{
wind loads, positive and negative,
expected in thi
s geographical region NBCC cli
matic data, 50 year probability}
{### kPa}

without excessive deflection of panels, overstressing of fasteners,
or other detrimental effects on wall system.

.2

Deflection Limit:
Design wall system to L/180.

.5

Fire
-
Performance
:

.1

Flam
e Spread Tests:

.1

Surface
-
Burning Characteristics: Provide materials with the following
surface
-
burning characteristics as determined by testing identical
products per ASTM E 84:

.1

Flame
-
Spread Index:
25

or less.

.2

Smoke
-
Developed Index:

450

or less.

.2

Surface
-
Burning Characteristics: Provide materials with the following
surface
-
burning characteristics as determined by testing identical
products per
CAN/ULC S101
:

.1

Flame
-
Spread Index:
25

or less.

.2

Smoke
-
Developed Index:

450

or less.

.2

Fire Endurance Test: Provide
panels to remain in place for not less than
15
minutes
,
when tested
in accordance to CAN/ULC
-
S101.


.3

Fire Growth Test: Provide panels tested in accordance to CAN/ULC
-
S138
(CAN/ORD 376).

.4

Flammability Test: Provide panels tested i
n accordance to CAN/ULC
-
S127.

.5

Non
-
combustible Characteristics
:
Provide core material with the following
combustibility characteristics as determined by testing identical products per
CAN/ULC
-
S134

or another testing and inspecting agency acceptable to

authorities having jurisdiction.

.6

Certification

.1

Panels shall be listed by the following agencies as evidence of independent
testing and periodic inspections of manufacturing facilities.

.2

Panels shall be listed under FM Approvals Class Number 4880 for Class
1
fire rating without height restriction.

.3

Wall panels shall be listed under FM Approvals Class 4881.

.4

The manufacturer shall be authorized by an independent body such as
Intertek, UL or ULC to apply a certification mark as evidence of product and
manufactur
ing review.

.5

Where panels will be used in food facilities in the immediate vicinity of
materials intended for human consumption, the system used should be
satisfactory to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.


1.6

SAMPLES

.1

Submit

{
standard color,
full width
panel sections of 11” length showing joints} {

standard color,
joint sample of panel, 10” in length},

insulation, profile, and finishes
for architect’s approval
.


1.7

SHOP DRAWINGS

.1

Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section [01 33 23].

.2

Indicate
layouts,
elevations, dimensions and thickness of panels.

.3

Show fastening and anchoring details.

[Project Name]




Section 07 42 13


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Project No: [ ]

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created by Vicwest

to assist designers. It should be
reviewed and modified as required to suit individual project conditions.





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.4

Distinguish between factory and field assembled work.

.5

No panels shall be fabricated until drawings have been approved by the architect.

.6

Drawings shall b
e signed and sealed by a Professional Engineer, attesting to the
ability of the
insulated
metal panel

system

to withstand the specified loads.


1.8

MAINTENANCE DATA

.1

Provide maintenance data for cleaning and maintenance of panel finishes for
incorporation into
manual specified in Section

[## ## ##]
.

.2

Submit instructions for repair and removal of panels.


1.9

MOCK
-
UP

[If required]

.1

Submit mock
-
up in accordance with Section [01 43 39].

.2

Erect mock
-
up panel approximately

long x

high in location directed by
Architect.

.3

Mock
-
up panel shall include all components of the wall system and if approved by
Architect may be incorporated in to finished work.

.4

Notify 72 hours before installation of mock
-
up for inspection by Architect. Do not
proceed with panel system work

until mock
-
up has been approved.


1.10

PRODUCT DELIVERY, HANDLING AND STORAGE

.1

The panels shall be handled and stored in accordance with the manufacturer’s
recommended guidelines and good construction practices to prevent permanent
distortion and mechanical dam
age.

.2

Store components and materials in accordance with panel manufacturer’s
recommendations.


1.11

GUARANTEE

.1

For work in this section, warranty by installer against defects or deficiencies in
materials or workmanship shall be for a period of
one

(1)

year from date of
substantial completion.


1.12

WARRANTY

.1

The panel manufacturer shall warranty for
one (1)

year from the date of substantial
completion of the work related to the wall/roof panels.

.2

Provide a manufacturer’s written warranty: Furnish panel manufa
cturer’s written
warranty covering failure of fac
tory
-
applied exterior finish within the warranty
period.
Warranty period for finish:

{
20

years}

{35 years} {40 years}

after the date of
Substantial Completion.

The

values
below
are
based on
normal
environments and
exclude any aggressive atmospheric conditions.

.1

{
Barrier Series (Polyvinyl Chloride


PVC) will not change colour more than
ten (10.0) Hunter ΔE units

as determined by ASTM method D
-
2244
-
02 at any
time for twenty (20) years from date of ins
tallation (20.5 yrs from
application).}

.2

{10000 Series (Polyvinylidene Flouride
-

PVDF) will not visibly (within 10
metres to the unaided maked eye) crack, chip, or peel (lose adhesion) for
thirty
-
five (35) years from date of application. This does not incl
ude minute
fracturing that may occur during the normal fabrication process. 10000 Series
(Polyvinylidene Flouride
-

PVDF) will not chalk in excess of a number eight
(8) rating, in accordance with ASTM D
-
4214
-
98 method D659 at any time for
thirty
-
five (35)
years from date of installation (35.5 yrs from application); will
not change colour more than five (5.0) Hunter ΔE units as determined by
ASTM method D
-
2244
-
02.}

[Project Name]




Section 07 42 13


Insulated Metal Panels

Project No: [ ]

Section 07 42
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This specification was
created by Vicwest

to assist designers. It should be
reviewed and modified as required to suit individual project conditions.





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.3

{WeatherX™ (Siliconized Polyester
-

SMP) will not crack, chip, or peel (lose
adhesion) for for
ty (40) years from date of installation (40.5 yrs from
application). This does not include minute fracturing that may occur during
the normal fabrication process.
WeatherX™ (Siliconized Polyester
-

SMP)
will not chalk in excess of a number eight (8) rating
, in accordance with
ASTM D
-
4214
-
98 method D659 at any time for thirty (30) years from date of
installation (30.5 yrs from application); will not change colour more than five
(5.0) Hunter ΔE units as determined by ASTM method D
-
2244
-
02.
}


PART 2


PRODUCTS


2.1

PANEL TYPE
:

.1

Vicwest

Insulated Metal Panels
.

.1

Panel Width:

{
42” (1067 mm)
} {36” (915 mm)} {30” (762 mm)} {24” (610
mm)}
.

.2

Panel Thickness:
{2” (50 mm)} {2
-
½” (63 mm), {3”

(75

mm)}, {4” (100

mm)},
{5” (125 mm)}, {6” (150 mm)}.

.3

Panel to incorporate nominal
{1 mm}
{9 mm}

reveal in side lap.

.4

Exterior Sheet:

{Stucco embossed} {Flat non
-
embossed}

with

{Fluted}

{Striated}
{Microribbed
}
{Flat}

{Ribbed
}

profile
.

.5

Interior Sheet: Stucco embossed with
{Fluted}
{Flat}
profile

.2

Panels consisting of a

p
olyisocyanurate
core
produced by the continuous line
method for optimum uniformity and quality will be considered. Laminated or styrene
core panels will not be accepted.

.3

Panels shall consist of roll formed steel face and liner sheets chemically fused to a
foamed in place rigid polyisocyanurate expanded foam core.

.4

Panels shall be single piece construction full height or may be stacked in multiple
courses for most temperatu
re applications
.

.5

The steel facing sheets at the longitudinal edges of the panel shall have roll formed
male and female interlocking geometry fully supported by the foamed in place
insulation core.
Ensure insulation
-
to
-
insulation contact at the tongue and g
roove
joint.

.6

Sealant
{that is factory installed}

{that is
site applied
}

shall be incorporated into the
interlocking geometry.

.7

All panels shall use fasteners and washers applied from the exterior and concealed
in the panel edge joint
, when possible,

for pos
itive connection to the structural
support. Panels may be partially fastened to the structure using expansion type
fasteners into the interior panel face
.



2.2

MATERIALS:

.1

Liner sheet shall have a nominal core thickness of
{0.46 mm (0.018”)} {0.
61

mm
(0.0
24
”)}

{0.76 mm (0.030”)}.

Steel shall conform to ASTM A792M Grade 230 with
hot dipped aluminu
m zinc alloy coating to AZM150 or
to ASTM A653M SS Grade
230 with hot dipped galvanized coating to Z275.

.2

Exterior sheet shall have a nominal core thickness of
{0.46 mm
(0.018”)} {0.61 mm
(0.024”)} {0.76 mm (0.030”)}.

Steel shall conform to ASTM A792M Grade 230 with
hot dipped aluminu
m zinc alloy coating to AZM150 or

to ASTM A653M SS Grade
230 with hot dipped galvanized coating to Z275.

[Project Name]




Section 07 42 13


Insulated Metal Panels

Project No: [ ]

Section 07 42
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created by Vicwest

to assist designers. It should be
reviewed and modified as required to suit individual project conditions.





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.3

Core material used in the panel sha
ll be foamed in place multi
-
component
polyisocyanurate insulation, having the following typical physical properties:

.1

95% closed cell

based on ASTM D2856

.2

35 to 45 kg/m3 (2.2 to 2.8 pcf) density based on ASTM D1622

.3

0.11 MPa (16 psi) compression based on AST
M D1621

.4

Blowing agent for core insulating material to have zero ozone depletion potential

.5

Fasteners used to attach panels at concealed joints to the structural frame shall be
#14 with hex or washer head and used with joint washers supplied by panel
manufac
turer.

.6

Sealants used in the internal panel joints shall be non
-
curing mastic sealant
, and
shall be applied on the warm side of the panel
.


2.3

FINISHES

The exterior and interior faces of the
insulated metal
panel and flashings shall receive
factory applied
coatings.

.1

The interior finish to be
prepainted with
{
WeatherX

} {10000}
{Barrier}

Series.
Colour as selected by consultant.

.2

The exterior finish to be prepainted with
{
WeatherX

} {10000} {Barrier}

Series.
Colour as selected by consultant.



PART 3


EXECUTION


3.1

EXAMINATION

.1

Examine alignment of structural steel to ensure that support member alignment
shall not exceed the tolerance requirements of CSA Standard S16.1.

.2

Report any unsatisfactory conditions to
Architect

in writing. Do not start work until
unsatisfactory conditions are rectified.


3.2

INSTALLATION

.1

Install insulated metal wall panels, fasteners, washers and any required sealants in
accordance with approved shop drawings. Comply with panel manufacturers
general

instructions and recommendations for installation and as applicable for
project conditions to ensure low temperature and/or weather tight performance of
wall panel system.

.2

Install concealed fasteners and washers in side lap combined with supplementary
fas
teners as required to ensure resistance to wind loading and compliance to
deflection limitations.

.3

Adjacent panels shall be mechanically interlocked at their side lap with the roll
formed tongue and groove profile.




3.3

CLEAN
-
UP

.1

Remove protective film
at the
completion of the project when instructed by the
Architect and/or Owner
.

.2

Panel surface shall be free of deleterious material including dirt, filings caused by
drilling or cutting.

.3

Remove all debris of this trade and leave work ready for other trades.

[Project Name]




Section 07 42 13


Insulated Metal Panels

Project No: [ ]

Section 07 42
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3




This specification was
created by Vicwest

to assist designers. It should be
reviewed and modified as required to suit individual project conditions.





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.4

Repai
r or replace
damaged panels

to

the
satisfaction of the
Architect

and/or
Owner. The cost of repairing or replacing damaged material will be charged to the
responsible party.