SECTION 06 22 13.33
VENEER PROFILE WRAPPED WOOD TRIM
PART 1 GENERAL
A.Standard pattern veneer wrapped trim carpentry moldings.
B.Carpentry items with wood veneers
C.Wood veneer casings and moldings.
D.Profile wrapped custom wood components
A.Section 01 61 16 - Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Content Restrictions.
A.ASTM E 84 10b - Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.
B.AWI/AWMAC (QSI) - Architectural Woodwork Quality Standards Illustrated; Architectural Woodwork Institute and Architectural Woodwork Manufacturers Association of Canada; 2005, 8th Ed., Version 2.0.
C.FSC STD-01-001 - Forest Stewardship Council, Principals and Criteria for Forest Stewardship
D.PS 20 - American Softwood Lumber Standard; National Institute of Standards and Technology (Department of Commerce); 2005.
A.Coordinate the work with installation of associated and adjacent components.
A. Product Data:
1.Veneer name, species, origin, thickness, grain type (Flat, Rift or Quarter Cut)
2.E84 Fire Rated Test results – as specified or required
3.No Added Urea Formaldehyde adhesives (NAUF)
4.Factory pre-finishing: VOC data
B. Shop Drawings: Indicate materials, component profiles, fastening methods, jointing details, to a minimum scale of 1-1/2 inch to 1 ft (1:8) minimum.
C. Samples: Submit two samples of veneer wood trim 12 inches (305 mm) long.
D. LEED Report: Submit for wood products made from sustainably harvested wood, salvaged and reused wood, wood fabricated from recovered timber, and locally-sourced wood, as specified in Section 01 33 29.
E. Submittals documenting sustainability
1.Product Data for LEED Credit EQ 4.1 - for adhesives, including printed statement of VOC content.
2.Product Data for LEED Credit EQ 4.4 - for each adhesive used, documentation indicating that the adhesive contains no added urea formaldehyde.
3.Product Data for LEED Credit(s) MR 4.1 and MR 4.2 - For products having recycled content, documentation indicating percentages by weight of post consumer and pre-consumer recycled content.
4.Certificates for LEED Credit MR 7 - Chain of Custody certificates certifying that products specified to be made from certified wood comply with forest certification requirements. Include evidence that supply chain is certified for chain of custody by an FSC accredited certification body.
A.Grade materials in accordance with the following:
1.Softwood Lumber: In accordance with rules certified by ALSC, American Softwood Lumber Standard PS-20.
B.Manufacturer / Fabricator Qualifications: Company specializing in fabricating the products specified in this section with minimum three years of documented experience.
C.Manufacturer / Fabricator Qualifications: Company certified under ISO 9001: 2008 quality management system standards.
D.Fire Test Response Characteristics – Where fire retardant materials or products are specified provide specified fire testing reports of similar products made with the same components per test method by UL, ITS, QAI or another testing and inspecting agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction.
1.Identify products with appropriate markings of applicable testing and inspecting agency in the form of separate label that will be concealed from view after installation. Certification for flame spread testing will be provided with each order.
E.Forest Certification: Provide veneer wrapped trim produced from wood obtained from forests certified by an FSC accredited certification body to comply with FSC STD-01-001, FSC Principles and Criteria for Forest Stewardship.
F.Veneered Product testing requirements prior to product shipment
1.Boil Dry Boil Ambient Testing (ASTM 5751-99 (2005) per section 9.2.2)
a.Random samples (6” long) to be cut from each production run.
b.The samples are then subjected to Section 9.2.2 of ASTM 5751-99 (2005) and then visually checked for glue line failure.
c.A Manufacturer’s COA (Certificate of Analysis) is to be provided on request to the appropriate party designated to insure compliance with testing specified above if requested by the end user.
1.07DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.If trims must be stored on other than installation area, store only in areas where environmental conditions comply with requirements in Project conditions.
1.Components must be stored inside a building site after HVAC system is operating properly and maintaining temperature and relative humidity at occupancy levels during the remainder of the construction period. Material is never to be stored in areas subject to direct weather or other possible environmental issues.
a. All wet work, plaster, sheetrock compound or cement is installed and dry before material is delivered.
b.Components shall not be subjected to extreme heat and/or humidity prior to installation.
2.Recipient must store components in original factory packaging, on a level, elevated surface, in a dry building with the HVAC system working as stated in item 1.
a.Great care in handling must be communicated to all job site personnel to protect components from moisture, dirt, dust, forklift (or other) handling damage.
3.Other palletized products, or heavier materials, must not be stacked on top of these components in a warehouse (or other) storage or job site facility.
4.On site components shall be properly protected from, (but not limited to), such construction trade issues as direct damaging contact, exposure to dust and other construction debris.
5.If other surface finishing is needed and to be done on site, protect parts from inclement weather, dust, damage contact, etc.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01MATERIALS - GENERAL
A.Unless otherwise indicated provide products of quality specified by AWI Architectural Woodwork Quality Standards Illustrated for Premium grade.
B.Standard pattern trim shall be according to Wood Molding and Millwork Association guidelines.
C.Custom trims shall be according to the profiles and sections as indicated on the Drawings.
D.When required will provide interior architectural woodwork produced from wood obtained from forests certified by an FSC accredited certification body to comply with FSC Principles and Criteria for Forest Stewardship.
E.When required will provide materials having fire and smoke properties that comply with applicable code.
2.02MANUFACTURER (Performed by Contact Industries)
A.Contact Industries, Clackamas, OR:
B.Substitutions: See Section 01 25 00: No Substitutions.
2.03WOOD-BASED COMPONENTS (Performed by Contact Industries)
A.When required will provide sustainably harvested wood, certified or labeled as specified in Section 01 60 00.
B.When required will provide interior architectural woodwork produced from wood obtained from forests certified by an FSC accredited certification body to comply with FSC STD-01-001, FSC Principles and Criteria for Forest Stewardship.
C.Wood fabricated from timber recovered from riverbeds or otherwise abandoned is permitted, unless otherwise noted, provided it is clean and free of contamination; identify source; provide lumber re-graded by an inspection service accredited by the American Lumber Standard Committee, Inc.
2.04REAL WOOD VENEERS
A.Species: as selected by Architect from over 100 species readily available from Contact Industries.
B.Thickness: from 0.010 to 0.018 inch, as recommended by manufacturer.
C.If Certification is required: FSC chain of custody certified.
2.05CORE / SUBSTRATE LUMBER MATERIALS
A.Softwood Lumber: any species suitable to the manufacturer, finger jointed, with lengths up to 16 feet.
B.Hardwood Lumber: Any species suitable to the manufacturer, finger jointed, with lengths up to 16 feet.
C.MDF: Medium density fiberboard core material suitable to the manufacturer in lengths up to 16 feet with NAUF core construction.
D. Aluminum/PVC/Steel/Fiberglas: Material as specified for application to 16 feet.
A.Adhesive: Certified by the adhesive manufacturer as no added urea formaldehyde (NAUF) such as moisture curing polyurethane, or some EPI based products propriety, by Contact Industries, Inc.
A.Fasteners: Of size and type to suit application; coated finish in concealed locations and galvanized finish in exposed locations.
A.Primer: as recommended by manufacturer.
B.Transparent finishes: as recommended by manufacturer.
C.Wood Filler: tinted to match veneer surface finish color and is appropriate for interior or exterior applications.
A.Fire Retardant Treatment (FR-S Type): Chemically treated and pressure impregnated; capable of providing flame spread index of 25, maximum, and smoke developed index of 450, maximum, when tested in accordance with ASTM E84.
B.Provide identification on fire retardant treated material.
C.Deliver fire retardant treated materials cut to required sizes. Minimize field cutting.
A.Factory fabricates all veneer wrapped trims. Deliver to site in longest lengths practical and suitable to the work.
B.When necessary to cut and fit on site, provide materials with ample allowance for cutting. Provide trim for scribing and site cutting.
A.Factory finish will be applied to all veneer wrapped trims as specified – retains and signatures for approval are required.
B.Site or shop finish work will be in accordance with AWI Architectural Woodwork Quality Standards Illustrated, Section 1500:
1.Transparent: applied stain and topcoat by manufacturer with appropriate coating per AWI section 1500.
C.If products are not factory finished see section 3.03.
PART 3 EXECUTION
A.Verify adequacy of backing and support framing.
B.Verify all building items affecting work of this section are placed and ready to receive this work.
A.Set and secure materials and components in place, plumb and level.
B.Carefully scribe work abutting other components, with maximum gaps of 1/32 inch (1 mm).
C.Install components with nails at 36” inch (914 mm) on center.
D.Extreme care should be taken in proper installation and all mechanical means of installation properly fitted, filled and finished.
E.On site components shall be installed to assure, avoid and prevent the possibility of moisture penetration from ground, wall and overhead systems.
3.03PREPARATION FOR SITE FINISHING
A. Prior to applying any finishing to unfinished Contact Industries veneer wrapped material, contact manufacturer 800 345-2232 for recommended coating and finishing process.
B. The following material should never be exposed to temperatures exceeding the following for different material constructions:Core or Substrate / Veneer Overlay / Maximum Surface Temperature
Pine Core / Softwood Veneer / 125°F
Pine Core / Hard wood veneer / 125°F
MDF, Particle Board or Plywood core / Softwood Veneer / 125°F
MDF, Particle Board or Plywood core / Hardwood Veneer / 145°F
Aluminum Core / Softwood Veneer / 125°F
Aluminum Core / Hardwood Veneer / 145°F
C.Apply wood filler in exposed nail indentations.
1.On items to receive transparent finishes, use wood filler that matches surrounding surfaces and is of type recommended for the applicable finish.
D.Set exposed fasteners. Apply wood filler that is the same color as the finish on the wood or will accept stain, in exposed fastener indentations. Sand work smooth.
E.If not already factory pre-finished prior to delivery, the wood’s surface will need to be sanded smooth and cleaned if necessary. Then two coats of high quality exterior varnish shall be immediately applied to all surfaces of the components (Face, edges, ends and back) to seal and protect the entire product.
F.Site Finishing: See Section 09 90 00.
A.Maximum Variation from True Position: 1/16 inch (1.5 mm).
B.Maximum Offset from True Alignment with Abutting Materials: 1/32 inch (0.8 mm).
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