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3M Canada GUIDE NOTE: This master specification section includes 3M Canada GUIDE NOTES identified as “3M Canada GUIDE NOTE” for information purposes and to assist the specification writer in making appropriate decisions. The 3M Canada GUIDE NOTE always immediately precedes the text to which it is referring. The section serves as a guideline only and should be edited with deletions and additions to meet specific project requirements.3M Canada GUIDE NOTE: This specification section follows the recommendations of the Construction Specifications Canada, Manual of Practice including MasterFormat?, SectionFormat?, and PageFormat?. Optional text is indicated by square brackets [_____]; delete the optional text including the brackets in the final copy of the specification. Delete the 3M Canada GUIDE NOTES in the final copy of the specification. Trade/brand names with appropriate product model numbers, styles, and types are used in 3M Canada GUIDE NOTES and in the specification text Article or Paragraph titled “Acceptable Material”.1GENERAL1.01SUMMARY OF WORK.1This Section specifies water-resistive barriers and accessories.1.02RELATED REQUIREMENTS3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: Include in this Paragraph only those sections and documents that directly affect the work of this section. If a reader of this section could reasonably expect to find a product or component specified in this section, but it is actually specified elsewhere, then the related section number(s) should be listed in the Paragraph below. Do not include Division 00 Documents or Division 01 Sections since it is assumed that all technical sections are related to all project Division 00 Documents and Division 01 Sections to some degree. Refer to other documents with caution since referencing them may cause them to be considered a legal part of the Contract. Edit the following paragraphs to suit specific project conditions..1Section [______].3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: In the following Article, include only those reference standards which appear in the finished version of the project specification.1.03REFERENCE STANDARDS.1American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC).1AATCC 127 , Water Resistance: Hydrostatic Pressure Test..2ASTM International (ASTM)..1ASTM D412 - [2006ae2], Standard Test Methods for Vulcanized Rubber and Thermoplastic Elastomers-Tension.2ASTM D3330/D3330M - [2004(2010)], Standard Test Method for Peel Adhesion of Pressure-Sensitive Tape..3ASTM D3652/D3652M - [2001(2006)], Standard Test Method for Thickness of Pressure-Sensitive Tapes..4ASTM E84 - , Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials..5ASTM E96/96M-, Standard Test Methods for Water Vapor Transmission of Materials..6ASTM E2178 - , Standard Test Method for Air Permeance of Building Materials..7ASTM E2357 - , Standard Test Method for Determining Air Leakage of Air Barrier Assemblies..4Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC).1.LEED Canada-NC Version 1.0-, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design): Green Building Rating System Reference Package For New Construction and Major Renovations..5International Code Council (ICC)..1ICC AC 38-, Acceptance Criteria For Water-Resistive Barriers.1.04ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS.1Co-ordination: Co-ordinate work of this Section with work of other trades for proper time and sequence to avoid construction delays.3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: The pre-installation meeting may be deleted if the size and complexity of the project does not require prior co-ordination and review of the barrier system installation..2Pre-installation Meeting: Convene pre-installation meeting after Award of Contract and [one week] before starting work of this Section to verify project requirements, substrate conditions and coordination with other building sub-trades, and to review manufacturer’s written installation instructions..1Comply with Section 01?31?19??Project Meetings and co-ordinate with other similar preinstallation meetings..2Notify attendees 2 weeks prior to meeting and ensure meeting attendees include as minimum:.1Owner;.2Consultant;.3Weather barrier installer;.4Manufacturer’s Technical Representative..3Ensure meeting agenda includes review of methods and procedures related to weather barrier installation including co-ordination with related work..4Record meeting proceedings including corrective measures and other actions required to ensure successful completion of work and distribute to each attendee within 1 week of meeting.3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: Article below includes submittal of relevant data to be furnished by Contractor.1.05ACTION AND INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS.1Make submittals in accordance with Contract Conditions and Section 01?33?00??Submittal Procedures..2Product Data: Submit product data including manufacturer’s literature for weather barrier materials and accessories, indicating compliance with specified requirements and material characteristics..1Submit list on weather barrier manufacturer’s letterhead of materials and accessories to be incorporated into Work..2MSDS report..3Include product name..4Include preparation instructions and recommendations, installation methods, and storage and handling requirements..5Include contact information for manufacturer and their representative for this Project..3Samples:.1Submit [100 x 100] mm minimum sample of weather barrier..2Submit  mm long minimum sample of flashing tape..4Test Reports:.1 Submit evaluation service reports or other independent testing agency reports showing compliance with specified performance characteristics and physical properties..5Field Reports: Submit manufacturer’s field reports within 3 days of each manufacturer representative’s site visit and inspection..6Sustainable Design (LEED)..1LEED Submittals: In accordance with Section [01?35?21?– LEED Requirements].7Installer Qualifications:.1Submit letter verifying installer’s experience with work similar to work of this Section. 1.06CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS.1Operation and Maintenance Data: Supply maintenance data for weather barrier materials for incorporation into manual specified in Section 01?78?00??Closeout Submittals.3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: If LEED is not a part of the project delete the following Paragraph in its entirety as well as the reference standards in 1.03.6..2Sustainable Design Closeout Documentation (LEED)..1Provide calculations on end-of-project recycling rates, salvage rates, and landfill rates for work of this Section demonstrating percentage of construction wastes which were recycled..2Submit verification from recycling facility showing receipt of materials..3Record Documentation: In accordance with Section 01?78?00??Closeout Submittals..1List materials used in weather barrier work..2Warranty: Submit warranty documents specified.1.07QUALITY ASSURANCE.1Installer Quality Assurance: Work experience of  years minimum with work similar to work of this Section.3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: If LEED is not a part of the project delete the following Paragraph in its entirety as well as the reference standards in Articles 1.03 and 1.05..2Sustainability Standards Certification (LEED)..1LEED Canada submittals: In accordance with Section 01?35?21??LEED Requirements.3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: The mock-up may be deleted if the size and complexity of the project does not require it. A mock-up is recommended when an air barrier function is required to allow coordination with the work of other trades and installation materials/sequence between different substrates or different air barrier systems. Use the following paragraph only if weather barrier extends more than 3,000 square metres, and is of a repetitive or critical nature..3Mock-up: Construct full size 3 m x 3 m mock-up showing weather barrier using proposed procedures, materials and quality of work where directed by Consultant [and in accordance with Section 01?43?00??Quality Assurance]..1Include examples of joints, inside corners and outside corners..2Purpose: To judge quality of work and material installation..3Allow Consultant  hours minimum prior to inspection of mock-up..4Do not proceed with work prior to receipt of written acceptance of mock-up by Consultant..5When accepted, mock-up will demonstrate minimum standard of quality required for Work of this Section.6.Approved mock-up will [not] remain part of finished work.3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: Use the following paragraph only when mock-up will not be included as part of the Work..7Remove mock-up only after receipt of written approval to remove mock-up from Consultant.3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: The following Article although not part of Quality Assurance, can be used to enhance the quality of materials by ensuring that they are delivered and handled properly at the work site.1.08DELIVERY STORAGE AND HANDLING.1Delivery and Acceptance Requirements: .1Deliver material in accordance with Section 01?61?00??Common Product Requirements..2Deliver materials and accessories in weather barrier manufacture’s original packaging with identification labels intact and in roll diameter and width to suit project..2Storage and Handling Requirements: Store materials off ground and protected from exposure to harmful weather conditions and at temperature conditions recommended by manufacturer..1Ensure weather barrier materials are protected from sunlight and UV radiation..2Store in original packaging until installed..3Long Term Storage: Store weather barrier materials between 16 ?C and 27 ?C, and at relative humidity between 40 and 60 %..4Packaging Waste Management: 3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: For smaller projects that do not have a separate Section for waste management and disposal, delete the following paragraph..1Separate and recycle waste packaging materials in accordance with Section 01?74?19??Construction Waste Management and Disposal..2Remove waste packaging materials from site and dispose of packaging materials at appropriate recycling facilities. 3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: For smaller projects that do not have a Waste Management Plan, delete the option referring to a Waste Management Plan.3.Collect and separate for disposal paper and plastic material in appropriate on-site storage containers for recycling [in accordance with Waste Management Plan].1.09site conditions.1Apply weather barrier only when substrate conditions are between minus 18 ?C and plus 65?C..2Service Temperature Range: Minus 40 ?C to plus 80 ?C..3Cover weather barrier within 6 months of installation.1.10WARRANTY.1Project Warranty: SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1Refer to Contract Conditions for project warranty provisions..2Manufacturer’s warranty: Submit, for Owner’s acceptance, manufacturer’s standard warranty document executed by authorized company official. Manufacturer’s warranty is in addition to and not intended to limit other rights Owner may have under Contract Conditions.3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: Co-ordinate article below with manufacturer’s warranty requirements..3Warranty period:  years commencing on Date of Substantial Performance of Work.2PRODUCTS2.01MANUFACTURER1.Manufacturer: 3M Canada Company, 1840 Oxford St E. London, ON N5V 3R6, Phone: 1-888-364-3577, URL:industrial.2.02Description.1Self adhered tan coloured weather barrier film with acrylic adhesive and silicone coated release liner.2.03Performance CRITERIA.1Air Penetration at 75 Pa: To ASTM D3652, [0.00013] L/s m2..2Water Vapour Transmission: To ASTM E2178, Method B,  ng/Pa s m2..3Water Penetration Resistance: To AATCC 127, deviated, No leakage..4Elongation: To ASTM D412  %..5Tensile Strength: To ASTM D412  MPa..6Lap Adhesion: To ASTM D3330 [0.44] N/mm width..7Surface Burning Characteristics:.1Flame Spread: 15 ASTM E84, Class A..2Smoke Developed: 45 ASTM E84, Class A..3Rating: “A” to ICC AC 382.04MATERIALS.1Weather Barrier: proprietary film with acrylic adhesive membrane and silicone coated release liner..1Thickness (Backing and Adhesive): [0.25] mm minimum to ASTM D3652..2Weight:  g/m2. .2Packaging:.1Roll Diameter: 146 mm.2Roll Length: 22.86 m..3Roll Width:         mm..4Top Surface (Outside Roll Surface): Polycoated Kraft release liner..5Bottom Surface ( Inside Roll Surface): Membrane..2Acceptable Material:. 3M?Self-Adhered Air and Vapor Barrier Membrane 3015.2.05ACCESSORIES .1Polyurethane sealant..1Acceptable material: 3M? Polyurethane Sealant 540..2Substrate Crack Filler: Closed cell foam backer rod..2Flashing tape. .1Acceptable material: 3M? All Weather Flashing Tape 8067..3Substrate Primer.3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: Specify 3M? Hi-Strength 90 for typical projects. Specify 3M? Hi-Strength 94 ET Spray Adhesive for projects that must meet more stringent environmental regulations. Specify 3M? Scotch-Weld? Holdfast 70 when particularly large volumes are required. Specify 3M? Fastbond? Contact Adhesive 30NF if a waterbased adhesive is required..1Acceptable material: [3M? Hi-Strength 90] [3M? Hi-Strength 94 ET Spray Adhesive] [3M? Scotch-Weld? Holdfast 70] [3M? Fastbond? Contact Adhesive 30NF].2.06source quality control.1Ensure weather barrier components and accessories are supplied or approved in writing by single manufacturer.2.07PRODUCT SUBSTITUTIONS.1 SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1Substitutions: [In accordance with Section 01?23?13?-?Product Substitution Procedures] [No substitutions permitted].3EXECUTION3.01INSTALLERS.1Use only installers with  years minimum experience with work similar to work of this Section.3.02EXAMINATION.1Verification of Conditions: Verify that conditions of substrate previously installed under other Sections or Contracts are acceptable for weather barrier installation in accordance with manufacturer’s written recommendations..1Visually inspect substrate in presence of Consultant..2Ensure surfaces are free of snow, ice, frost, grease and other deleterious materials.3M CANADA Guide Note: Edit the next five paragraphs to ensure that only those substrates applicable to the project are included. Contact 3M for further recommendations and for recommendations for other substrates..2Ensure exterior gypsum sheathing is clean and dry with moisture content less than 19 %..1Fill joints and cracks greater than 6 mm but less than 12 mm using sealant in accordance with weather barrier manufacturer’s written recommendations..2Fill joints and cracks greater than 12 mm using closed cell foam backer rod and sealant in accordance with weather barrier manufacturer’s written recommendations..3Ensure plywood substrate is clean and dry with moisture content less than 16 %..1Fill joints and cracks greater than 6 mm but less than 12 mm using sealant in accordance with weather barrier manufacturer’s written recommendations. .2Fill joints and cracks greater than 12 mm using closed cell foam backer rod and sealant in accordance with weather barrier manufacturer’s written recommendations..4Ensure concrete has cured 28 days minimum and surfaces are clean and dry with fins ground flush and void areas filled..5Ensure masonry substrates are clean and dry with mortar joints struck flush..6Ensure metal surfaces are clean and dry..7Ensure substrate surfaces are free from grease, oil, unbounded paint, corrosion or other substances that would adversely affect adhesion of weather barrier to substrate..7Inform Consultant of unacceptable conditions immediately upon discovery..8Proceed with installation only after unacceptable conditions have been remedied and after receipt of written approval to proceed from Consultant..2Connection to Other Barrier Systems: Ensure surface is clean and smooth and free of air pockets or voids as required to achieve adhesive bond..1Test adhesion by installing 150 x 150 mm test match of weather barrier over other barrier system in accordance with weather barrier manufacturer’s written recommendations..1Removal of test patch should not be possible without permanent damage to either test patch or other barrier system..2If test fails, contact weather barrier manufacturer immediately for further recommendations..3Start of weather barrier installation indicates installer’s acceptance of substrate installation conditions.3.03preparation.1Ensure surfaces are clean, free from dirt and debris and have not absorbed water before starting installation..2Test adhesion between weather barrier and substrate before starting installation. .3Prime surfaces of difficult to stick to substrates using substrate primer in accordance with weather barrier manufacturer’s written recommendations..4Fill cracks and gaps greater than 6 mm between substrate and penetrations using sealant in accordance with weather barrier manufacturer’s written recommendations. 3.04INSTALLATION3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: Refer to the weather barrier manufacturer’s current installation guide for detailed information regarding installation..1Install weather barrier in accordance with sheet manufacturer’s written recommendations..2Install only when substrate temperature is above minus 18 ?C.3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: Buildings are designed to accommodate thermal and seismic movement. 3M? Self-Adhered Air and Vapor Barrier Membrane 3015 must be installed to allow this movement throughout the life of the structure..3Thermal and Seismic Movement:.1Limit coverage area of weather barrier to single storey and shingle subsequent layers over top leading edge of weather barrier to accommodate thermal and seismic movement..4General Weather Barrier Installation:.1Pre-cut weather barrier into individual manageable lengths for installation by pulling weather barrier off main roll to desired length..1Cut weather barrier square to factory edges..2Minimum dimension in each direction: 100 mm..3Wind cut lengths into a separate roll for ease of handling and installation..2Fold starting edge back over itself to crease paper release liner..3Peel back liner to expose 50 to 75 mm strip of adhesive side of weather barrier..4Apply weather barrier to substrate as soon as adhesive side of weather barrier is exposed..1Ensure accurate initial alignment and positioning since repositioning after initial contact is difficult..2After initial adhesive strip of weather barrier is aligned and positioned, set weather barrier by rolling material back against exposed adhesive..5Start at lowest point and work to top, running length of sheets horizontally and overlapping upper sheets in shingle fashion.1Ensure sides and ends of sheets have  mm minimum overlap..2Ensure inside and outside corners have 150 mm minimum overlap..6Install sheets without gaps, wrinkles, creases or tears..7Stagger vertical seams from floor to floor or separate floors using horizontal strip of weather barrier..8Unwind roll while simultaneously pulling release liner..1Maintain pressure against substrate to ensure adhesion..2Wipe weather barrier down from middle to outer edges using feathering motion to ensure smooth surface..9Align and overlap layers..10Flash and seal top edges, around openings and penetrations, and other locations in accordance with weather barrier manufacturer’s written recommendations..11Roll weather barrier with rubber roller to ensure tight seal to substrate..1Give extra attention to overlaps, joints and exposed edges of weather barrier sheet.3.05penetrations3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: Weather barrier can be applied around penetrations either before or after the main weather barrier sheets have been installed. However it is recommended the weather barrier be installed around penetrations and openings before the main sheets are installed for extra protection from the elements..1Penetrations - General: Install weather barrier around penetrations before application of main weather barrier sheets..1Ensure weathertight seals at joints..2Window and Door Openings: .1Cut weather barrier detail strips from main roll to lengths suitable for opening size..1Remove first 50 - 75 mm of release liner and align and position weather barrier detail strips to each sill corner..2Ensure detail strips extend to full depth of sill and 50 mm minimum to jamb, sill and face of opening..3Overlap joints 50 mm minimum..2Sill Wrap: Apply appropriately sized piece of weather barrier to bottom of opening, folding into opening to form sill and dams..1Ensure joints are overlapped 100 mm minimum to exterior face..3Jamb Wrap: Apply appropriately sized pieces of weather barrier to opening jambs extending 100 mm minimum from opening to exterior face..1Fold into opening and shingle lap over previously installed sill wrap..4Head Wrap: Apply appropriately sized pieces of weather barrier to opening head extending 100 mm minimum from opening to exterior face..1Fold into opening and shingle lap over previously installed jamb wraps..5Roll weather barrier overlaps and edges with rubber roller to ensure adhesion and smooth surface finish..3Vent Pipe Penetrations:.1Apply sealant in accordance with weather barrier manufacturer’s written recommendations in gap between opening penetration and exterior wall..2Install weather barrier to ensure 50 mm minimum overlap onto vent pipe..3Cut “fingers” to transition weather barrier to exterior wall..4Masonry Tie or Knifeplate Penetrations: Cut square of weather barrier 50 mm minimum greater in each direction than masonry tie or knifeplate..1Cut slot in middle weather barrier square, remove release liner and install over masonry tie or knifeplate..3Apply sealant in accordance with weather barrier manufacturer’s written recommendations where masonry tie or knifeplate penetrates weather barrier..5Junction Box Penetrations: .1Junction box wrap: Cut piece of weather barrier to size which allows wrapping exterior of junction box with one continuous piece of weather barrier in accordance with manufacturer’s written recommendations..2Cut 4 strips of weather barrier and apply perpendicular to direction of junction box wrap to allow transition from junction box the exterior wall. 3.06FIELD QUALITY CONTROL.1Field Inspection: Coordinate field inspection in accordance with Section [01?45?00??Quality Control].3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: Specify requirements if manufacturers are to provide field quality control with onsite personnel for instruction or supervision of product installation, application, erection or construction. Manufacturer field reports are included under PART 1, Action and Informational Submittals..2Manufacturer’s Services:3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: Use the following Paragraphs only when manufacture’s field services are provided and are required to verify the quality of the installed components. Establish the number and duration of periodic site visits required by manufacturer and specify below. Consult manufacturer for services required. Delete if field services are not required..1Coordinate manufacturer’s services with Section [01 45 00 - Quality Control]..1Have manufacturer review work involved in handling, installation, protection, and cleaning of weather barrier and accessories, and submit written reports in acceptable format to verify compliance of Work with Contract conditions..2Manufacturer’s Field Services: Provide manufacturer’s field services consisting of product use recommendations and periodic site visits for product installation review in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions..1Report any inconsistencies from manufacturer’s recommendations immediately to Consultant..3Schedule site visits to review work at stages listed:.1After delivery and storage of drainage sheet and accessories, and when preparatory work on which Work of this Section depends is complete, but before installation begins..2Twice during progress of work at 25% and 60% complete..3Upon completion of Work, after cleaning is carried out..4Obtain reports within three days of review and submit immediately to Consultant.3.07CLEANING3M CANADA GUIDE NOTE: For smaller projects that do not have a separate Division 01 Section for cleaning, delete the reference to Section 01 74 00 – Cleaning in the following two Paragraphs..1Progress Cleaning: Perform cleanup as work progresses [in accordance with Section 01?74?00??Cleaning and Waste Management]..1Leave work area clean at end of each day..2Final Cleaning: Upon completion, remove surplus materials, rubbish, tools, and equipment [in accordance with Section 01 74 00 – Cleaning and Waste Management]..3Waste Management: .1Co-ordinate recycling of waste materials with 01?74?19??Construction Waste Management and Disposal..2Collect recyclable waste and dispose of or recycle field generated construction waste created during construction or final cleaning related to work of this Section..3Remove recycling containers and bins from site and dispose of materials at appropriate facility.3.08PROTECTION.1Do not leave installed weather barrier exposed to sunlight for more than 6 months after installation..2Protect installed products and accessories from damage during construction..3Repair damage to adjacent materials caused by drainage sheet installation.END OF SECTION 07 25 00 – Weather barriers ................
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