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RIGdRIJUS TESTING '`"� Kawneers rigorously tested entrances are engineared for unparallelad strength �.,_.:r°' A single-source,easily adaptabfa psckage af door,door frame and durability�n high-t�affic applications.4ur storefront freming solutions stand and hardware up to the everyday challenges common in education,healthcare,multiFamily, �;; Our i90/350/500 Standard Enuances ha�e been designed c�ffice and rntail environments whare the need{or energy efficiency and hiyF-traffic """"'"� for accessibly,durability,flex'tbility and c�ntinuous use.These aNplicatiuns are the main drivers. t�-•----W-�,. entrance systems can 6e fabricated with a myriad of hardwary � f ,M ��,: options to meet the most stringent design requiremenu. �AFETY A!'JD PI�tATE�T�S]6V f 90 Narcow Stile:engineered for moderate tra�c � Sliin-lo�k �Ulany of our storeiront systams,doors and windows aro stringently teatc:cl for 2-}/8"vertical sti�es with 2-1/4"top reil and 3-7/8"bottom rail 'mpact resistanee for both large and small rnissile impact,and blast-testod to ASTM stancEards.All liurricane resistant produtts have received Flurida Product 3S0 Medium Stile:prp�ides extra strength for high trafFic ?,pproval,and many have been approved for use ir.the High Vwlocity Hurricane Vertical stiles and top rail 3-1/2"with G-112'bottpm raii 'ona(HVH�of Miami-Dade and Bsoward rnunties and have Product Evaluation 500 Wide Stile:monumentai�isual statement for hea�isst traffic ReporCs from the Texas pepartmant of Insurance{fDl).Blast mitigatian products Vertical stiles and top rail 5"with h-9/2"bottom rail meet requiremants of Che General 5ervicas Administration{GSA),Interagency All three entrances feature welded camer construction with 5ecurity Cornmittae(ISC)and DeYartment of Defense(DoDf.Kawneer antrances sigma deep penetration and fillet welds,plus comer mechanical �nclude aptions such as hardware,door controis and threshuld heights thai satisfy fascenings Door operation is sing�eidou6le acting with ma�cimum :E�e guidelines nf fhe 0.mericans with�isa4�ilities Act(/�,OA).Entranr.es ara easily seturity Ipcks nr exit devices standar� ArchitecYs Classi�: configured to mezt ADA traffc contrul guiUelines end state and lucal tudding 1"ro�md k�pnt bar push/puli'!iarrlware in variuus finishes arid accassibdity codes. sizes Infills range fram 1/4'to 1" Door fr�mes featu�'e bua� polymei ic weather sbiouing Tea-t�to NFf2C:thermal standards GGCL#�AP1Y��t�1I�C3[�f Etieryy-efficient,Piigl�-perfonning fa�ades are vitrl fnr indour tw.npenturc: fNSIJLPOUR'"'250T/�SOT)500T 7NERMA!E11[TRA�ICES n:anaaeme�t,aptimiring the cornfort o4 buildiny uccupants while eonserviny .�`:.'= lnsulpourT"�Thermal fntrantes,featurinr�1soPourT""thermal 4na�yy and reducmg long-t�rm r.osts. �� break technology,are avarJable in narcow,medium and wide _ stNes.Qesrgned to accommodate a myriad of hardware aptions SIJ�'i'�1�1�k�L��s�l�.�l�����7fi�€�YI�N F. �; �; tp prpvide the mostdesigrt fiexrbility.frtsulpour'"'Entra�ces Our sustainahle produrts c.an help contri6ute tn I eadership in Enveyy arui are tested for hurricane impact and 6last applications,thus En�ii:mmental Desic�n(LFER"�poir�be across sevnral categ.aics,assisti�ig iri providing a true measure for#he maststringent parformance ichieviny cartffication,and promoting integrated,whuie-building cicsiyn . , ,,., applications �ractice�.LEE�"'-certified projects have demonstraked a 3446to 50`f6 redurtion in enerpy use,whi�h lowers pperat�onal r.osts and allows savinqs Z$OT:Z-1�2'vertir.al stiles and top rail witti 3-7/8"botttam r�il i!�roughout tha hfa cycle af thc building, 3507:3-1/2'vertical stiles ar�d top rail with 6-�/2"batkom rail 5t107:5"uertical stiles and tup rail with G-i!2"6�ttom r�il Optional 7-1/7.",10'and 12"hottom rails Blasttested p�?r AS'fM F 1642 Tested for large missile impact fnr windborne debris ppr ASTM E188bl1996 I ' I � ! 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Tested per �- •�-`r`` assrgned for high-traffic applieatFons such as schools, NAFS,�1AMA/WDMA/CSA 1D1/1.5.?1A440 I Tftermaf#eslCed F._. , : unrversitics and officc buildings per CAN/GSA A-440,AAMA 1503 and IVFRC 100 1 Stainiess �_ w,.,�;.' Availa6le in medium and wide stiles,these doors provide steel multi-point locks and options I Contemporary iever quaiity and durabili�y that lasts Door and freme have handl�with finish options I Miter�d door and frame comers 3/16"tivalls throughout for added durability and strength with rigid heauy-duty elips I Three-way adjusta6le bul#hing� Daar ia 2"deeo Vertical stiles and top rails 3-1/2"and I Double wea#her stripping I Accommadates 1/4"to 1-1/8" bottom ra31 h-ll2" Acceoks glazing infifls from 1i4"to 7' I infills � L�w-pr4fila threshaid(singl�or pa'sr—ouLswing doors Incorporates Kawnee�s standard welded corner constniction anly) I Factpry glazed I Kawneer standard and custom finishes 61ast tested�er ASTM�75.42 Tested foi farge missile and colors I Ttnrsa-tolpr optian im�ct(or wind6ome debris y E' '�`�R �.; 350/500 TUFFLII�[ET'"ENTRANCES Com�lete system of door,irame and hardware,desigrt�d �.i • ,y,: �; and e�gineered tn create totaf perfarmance and tougRness , `r . `� for schools,university buifdings,sFopping malfs,stadiums and converttion centers Fnr any t�uiid�n*�entnnc�whcre traffic is heavy ar�d th� �.1G{Pf1LIdi ff]�:;6use:s high Constructed for unequaled srength with,3/1 b"wa��s throughout door and f^�ame 3-1/2"widn st�lcs and 3-3/8"top.ail on 350 doar 5"wide stile:s�nd mp rei;on 50G door 2"e�F�p duur seetion�and 6-3/4"hottnn�raii p�o*heiyht�range from 7'to 7';widths frpm 3'to 4' Uqor frame face width is 2",deptVi is 1-1l2" Acceph glazino mf�!!s of 1/4"to 1" Kawneer's welded corner censtr;�cUon resists both the lever arm and torsion f�orces al'I cicaq�s experier�ce ! 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Both#he door and frame are therm�lly Ihroken Complete package of door,fully integrated daor irame{with or without `'' '''"--" ", transomsf and integrated loardwai'e 2-1/4'de�p daor rails � ._...n:... ... and stiles 2-11l1b",4-1l1G"and 5-9l14"sigh#lines Daor heights renc�e from approximately 7'to 8'and widths from 3' to 3'6" Kawneer sta�dard welded comer construckion Engineered for�ise wiLh Kawneer's Trifab�"'VG 451T Framing 5ystems and 1500 Wal�Systems'«' Entrance is single adiny and rnount�.YJ an offset ai�ots,butt er continuous geared hinges Accepts glaz:rg in{�il of 1" I I esied to NFRC themial standards _ _ � � I: y�j'r�� �� ex . 4�'. ' � `—�� ��V� '�ti � '{ � ^� �' ., u,�' �� �. � ' _ 'p' ` ' _ � � ♦� r I. o ' 1',-'_� " �� � � ; ���"� - � w� ; F { ..�I — .. ������ � � �, ; , .�.��.�� }, �� � . ��� . � �--j � -; -� � �,x,c. � � � f ��, .� � � �y- '_ � ' : : . , .. . . � ��� . �- ��� .. 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Re�.2021-06-29 �ui�di�g Prod�c�s SECTIOri.U6 GS 00--Simulated Waad Tr�m Plastec SimuIated Wood Trim PAR�' 1 G�NERAL �.1 SECTION INCLUDES A. Cellular PVC trim boards for: 1. Corner boards 2. Saffits 3. Fascia 4. Battens 5. Door pilasters 5. Frieze boards 7. Ralce boards $. Architectut'al mil2work 9. Door trim 10. Window trim 11. Wainscoting 12. Pergolas 13. Cupolas 14. Porch Cei.lings 15. Atbors 16. Fencing 17. Column Wraps 18. Skirtboards 19. Water tables 20. Pilasters 1.2 RELATED SECTYONS A. Section Ob 11 15—Mechanically Graded Lumber B. Sectio�06 20 00—Finish Carpentry C. Section D6 30 00—Exterior Carpentry D. Section Ob 4D Q4—Arahitectural Woodwork E. 5ection 06 43 16—Wood Railings F. 5ection 06 64 00-Plaskic Paneling G. Section 06 65 00—Plast�c Simulated Wood Trim � H. Section 06 66 00—G�stom Qz�namental Simulated Woodwork I. Section 69 9U a0—Painting and Coating 1/22/2019 06 65 00-3 Sinaulated Wood'�Yim , 1.3 REFERENCES A. ASTM D792-Density and Specific Gravity of Plasrics by.Displacement. B. ASTM D570-WaYer Absorption of Plastics. C. ASTM D53$-Tensile Praperties of Plastics. D. AS�'':VI D790-Flexural Propertzes of Uareinforced and Reinfarced Plastics and Electrical Insulating Materials. E. ASTM D1761 -Mechanical Fasteners in Wood. F. ASTM D5420-Standatd Test Method for Impact Resistance of Flat,Rigid Piastic Specimen by means of a Striker Impacted by a Falling Weight. G. ASTM D255-Determining the Pendulum Impact Aesistance of Plastics. H: ASTM D696-Coefficient of Linear Therrna�Expansion of Plastics Between-30°C and 30°C with a Vitreous 5ilica Dilatometer. I. ASTM D635-Rate of Burnin.g andlor Exkent and Time of Burning of Plastics in a Horizontal Position. J. ASTM E84-Sur�'ace Burning Characteristics of Building Materials. K. ASTM Db48-Deflection Temperature of Plastics LTnder Flexural Load in the Edgewise Position. L. ASTM D3G79-Standard Specification for Itigid Poly Vinyl Chloride(PVC}Siding. 1.4 SIIBMTTTALS A. General: Submit under provisions of Section Ol 3U 00—Administrative Requirements. �. Product Data:Manufacture's data sheets on each product to be used,including: 1. Preparation instructions and recommendations. 2. Storage and handling zequire�nen#s and recommendations. 3. Tnstallation instructions and rnethods. 4. Code compliance reports. C. I,EED Submittals: Provide documentation of how the reqairexnemts of Credit will be met: 1. List of�raposed materials demons�atian that each material was extracted,harvested or recovered,as well as manufactured within S00 miles of the project site. D. Samples:For each product specified,two samples,minimum size 6 inches long,representing actual product, color,fmish. 1.5 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. ?Vlanufachuer Qualifications: �Vianufacturer with a minimum of 15 years producing PVC trim products. B, Installer Qualifieations: Installer with a minimum of 3 years experience with the insta.11at�on of PVC trim products. C. Regulatory Requirements: Check rvith Loca1 Building Gode for installation requirements. D. Allowable Tolerances: 1. Variation in component length: -O.OD 1+1.Q0" 2. Variation in component width:f 1/16" 1/22/2019 06 65 00-3 Simul�Eed Wood Trim 3. Variation in component thickness:� 1/16" 4. Variation i�i compouent edge cut:f 2° 5. Variatioa in Density-Q%+ I O% E. Mock-Up: Provide a mocfc-up for evaluation of surface preparation techniques and applicatioii workmanship. 1. Finish areas cfesigned by Architect. 2. Do not proceed with remaining work tmtii workmanship,color,and sheen are approved by architect. 3. Refinish mock-up area as required to prodti�ce acceptahle work. 4. Accepted znock-ups shall be comparison standard for remaining work. I.6 DELIVERY,STORAGE AND HANDLiNG A. Trim materials shon�d be stored on a flat and level siuface on a f�ll shipping pallet.Handle materials to prevent damage to product edges aud corners. B. Store materials under a protective covering to pre�ent jobsite dirt and residue from collecting on tf�e boar�s. 1.7 WARRANTY A. Provide manufacturer's Limited Lifetime warranty against defects in manufact�uing that cause the products to rot,corrode,delaminate,or excessively swell from moisture. PART II PRODi3CT$ 2.1 MANUFACTURES A. Acceptable products:AZEK�Tri.mboards manufactured by The AZEK�Company,which is located at: 888 N Keyser Ave Scranton,PA 1$SQ8 B. Suhstitutions: Not pemvtted C. Reyuests for subs�stutions will be considered in accordazxce with provisions of Section U 1 60 00—Product Requirements 2.2 MATERIALS A. PVC:Free foam cellular PVC material with a smal�cell microstruchare and density of.55 grams/cm3. • Material shall have a minimum physical and performance properties specified in the following Section C, C. Performance and physical characteristic requirements: ASTM Proper[y Units Value Method PHYS I CAL Density g/cm3 0.55 D 792 Water Absorption °h 0.15 D 570 M�CHAMCAL Tensile Strength psi 2256 D 838 Tensile Modulus psi 144,ODb D 638 Flexural Strength psi 3329 D 79Q Flexural Modulus psi 944,219 Q 790 Lbflin of Nail Hold penefration 35 D 1769 1/22/2019 06 65 DO-3 Simulated Wood T�im ASTM Property Units Value Nlethod Lbflin of Screw Holc! penetration B80 �1761 Lbflin of Stapfe Hold penetration 180 D 1761 Garclner Empact in-!bs 103 D5424 Charpy Irnpact(@23°C) ft-Ibs 4.5 D256 THERMAL Coefficien#of Linear Expansion infin/"F 3.2 x 10-5 D 696 Na bum when flame Burning Rate in/min removed D 635 Flame Spread Index -- 25 E 84 Heat Deflect�on 7emp 264 psi °F 150 D 648 Oil Cannin 140°F °F Passed D 648 2.3 �I_MULATED WOOD TRIlVI A. PVC Tr�mboard:AZEK�Trimboard with Sealed Edge, designed with a natural appearance to complirnent fiber cement and natural cedar. 1. Size: a. Nomir�al Width: 1) 2 inches 2} 4 inches 3) 5 inches 4} 6 inches 5) 8 inches 6) 10 inches 7) 12 inches 8) 'E 6 inches b. Nominal Thickness: 1) 518 inch (518 inch actual size) 2) 1 inch (3/4 inch actual size) 3) 514 inch (1 inch actuaf size) 4) 614 inch (�-114 inch ac#ua!size) 5} 814 inch (1-112 inch actual size) c. Length: 1) 12 feet 2) 18 feet 2. Finish: a. TraditionailSmooth finish b. Rerrersible with Traditional tSmooth)IFrontier(Woodgrain)finish B. Sheef Board:AZEK�Traditional(Smookh}IFrontier(Woodgrain)finish Sheet. For use as shest materials or to create colum�s and gingerbread millwork. 1. Size: a. Widt�ILength: 'E) 4 foot by 8 foot 2) 4 foot by 10 foat 3} 4 foot by 12 foat 4) 4 foot by 3 8 foot 5) 4 foot by 20 foat b. Thickness: 1) 318 inch 2) 1/2 inch 3} 5/8 inch 1/22/2019 06 65 00-3 Simulated Wood Trim 4} 314 inch 5) 1 inch 6) i-114inch 7) 1-'!12 inch 2. Finish: a. SmoothlT'raditional finish b. Reversible with Trad�tional (Smooth)IFrontier(Woodgrain)finish C. PVC Cornerboard:AZEK�Corners: Folded, 90-degree, one-piece assembly produced with a Traditional or Frontier appearance to compliment fiber cerrtent and natural ceclar. 1. Size: a. iVaminai Corner Size: 9) 4 inches 2) 6 inches 3) 8 inches �. Nominal Tt�ickness: 9) 5/�4 inch�1 inch ac#ual size) c. Length: 1) 10 feet 2) 20 feet 2. �inish: a. Traditional(Smooth) b. Frontier(WoocEgrain) D. PVC Bead Board:AZEK�B�adboard: Tongue-and-Groo�e and Beaded Sheets. 1. S�ze: a. ThicknesslWidthl�er�gth: 1} Regular 5/8 inch 6y 4 lnches (Actual size 518 inch by 3-1/2 inches). Lengfh 18 feet. 2) Regular'412 inch by 6 inches {Actual size 1/2 inch hy 5-112 inches). L.ength 98 feet. 3) Regular 1 inch by 6 inches (Actuaf 314 incn by 5 112 inch). Length 18 feet. 4) 5heet 412 inch by�feet(Actual size 112 inch by 48-118 inches) Length 8 feet. 5) 112 inch by 4 Inches(Ac#ual size 112 inch by 3-112 inches). Length 18 feet. 6} 912 inc� by 6 inches (Actual size 1I2 inch by 5-1/2 inches). Length 18 feet. 7) 1 inch by 6 inch (Actual size 314 inch by 5 112 inches). Length 18 feet. 8) WP4 T&G board 3I4 inch by 5-7116 inch. Length 18 fee#. 9j Shipiap 9 inch by 6 inches (Actual size'/."by 5'/"). Length 18' 'f 0) Shiplap 1 inch by 8 inches (Actual size %" by 7 '/<"}. Length 18' Z. Finish: a. �'raditionallSmooth finish. �. Mouldings:AZEK� Mouldings designed to complement exterior trim. 1. Crowns: a. 3 inches. b. 4 Inches. c. 5 inches. d. 6 inches. e. 8 inches. f. Bed Mould. g. Rams Crown. h. Solid Crown. i. Imperial Rake Crowr�. j. Crosshead Pediment. 2. Casings: a. Base Cap. b. Brick Mould. c. Back Band. d. Rake Moulding. 112Z/2019 06 65 UO-3 Simalated Wood TYim e. Adams Casing. f. Crosshead Pedimant. g. FlutedlReeded Casing. 3. Cove: a. Quarter Round. b. Bed Moulding. c. Baluster Moulding. d. Scatia Cove. e. Cove Moulding 4. Sill: a. Si�l. b. Sill Nose. c. Hea�y Sill. tf. Sub Sill Nose. e. Historic Sill. f. Large Historic Sill. g. Windaw Sill Nose 5. 5pecialty: a. Drip Cap. b. Shingle Mould. c. Garage Door T�ermostop. d. Water Table. e. 8eaded Cap. f. Panel Mould. g. Wainscok Cap. 6. J-Channei Series. i) J-Brick 2) 4"J-Casing 3) 6"J-Casing 4) 4"QuickCorner 5) 6"QuickCorner 7. Length: a. '!2 feet. b. 16 feef. c. 18 feet. 8. Finish: a. 5rnflotf�finish. 2.4 51MULATED WOOD TRIM A. PVC Trimboard:AZEK�Raiabeted Trimboard, designed with 314 inch pocket to accommodate any siding producf including fiber cement, cedar, hardboard and vinyl. 1. Size: a. Nominal Width: 1) 4 inches 2) fi inches 3} 8 ir�ches b. Nominal Thickness: 1) 514 inch(1 inch actual size) c. �ength: 9) 18 feet 2. Finish: a. TraditionallSmooth finish b. Frontier(Woodgrain)finfsh B. C. PVC Cornerboard:AZ�K�Rabbeted Corners. Folded 90 degree one piece comer assembly designed with 314 inch pocket to accammodate any sfding product including fit�er cement, cedar, hardboard and vinyl. 1. Size: a. f�ornir�al Carner Wid#h: 1/z2/2019 06 65 UU-3 Simulated Wood Trim 1) 4 fr�ches 2) 6 inches b. Nominal Thickness: 1) 514 inc� (1 inch actual size). c. Length: 1) 1 Q feet. 2) 20 feet. D. PVC Skirtboard:AZE�1-Piece Skirtboard. Prec�t trim providing grade clearance a�d starter strip for fiber cement sidings as well as composite sidings. 1. Size: a. f�arnina!Width: 1) 514 inc�x 4 inches 2) 514 inch by 6 inches 3) S14 inch by 8 inches 4) 1 inch by 4 inches 5) 1 inch by 6 inches 6) 1 inch by 8 inches 7) 1 inch by '1 Q inches b. Length: 1) 1$feef. 2. Finish: a. TraditionallSmooth fRish. b. FrontiedWaodgrain �nish. E. PVC Skirtboard:AZEK�Universaf Skirt Board, A two-piece re�ersible trimboarci with irttegrated z- flashing and starter. 9. Size: a. Nomi�a�Width: 1) 514 inch by 6 inches 2) 514 inch by S inches 3) 514 inch by 10 inches b, l.ength: 9) �8 feet. 2. �inish: a. TraditionallSmooth fnish. b. FrontierlWooclgrain frnish. F. PVC BandboardlSkirtboard:AZEK�'Integrated Drip Edge,A fwo-piece reversible trimboafd with integrated z-flashing. 1. Size: a. Nominal Wid#h: 1) 514 inch by 6 inches 2} 514 inch by 8 inches 3) 514 inch by 10 inches b. Length: 1) 18 feet. 2. Fi�ish: a. TraditionaVSmooth finish. b. �rontierlWoodgrai�fnis�. G. H. PVC Columnwrap:AZEK�one-piece column wraps. 1. 5ize: a. Nominal Width: 1) 4 inches by 4 ir�ches (inside dimensions 3-3/4 inches) 2} 6 inches hy 6 inch�s (inside dirnensions 5-314 inches} 3} 8 inches by 8 inches (inside dimensions 7-912 inches) b. �ength: 1/22/28I9 06 65 00-3 Simulated Wood Trim 1) 8 feet 6 inches 2) 10 feet c. Thickness: 1) 112 inch 2. Finish: a. Traditionaf/Srnooth finish. 2.5 SIMULATED WOOp TRIM A. Paintable PVC 7rimbaard:AZEK�PaintPro�Trimboard, designed with a natural apAearance ta campliment#iber cement, engineered waod, natural cedar and 9s engineered to be painted. 9. Size: a. �lorr�ina�Width: 1) � inches 2) 6 inches 3} 8 inches 4} 10 inches 5) 92 inches b. Nominal Thickness: 1} 1 inch (3/4 inch actual siae) 2) 514 inch (1 inch actual size) c. Length: 9) 16 feet 10. Finish: a. Reversible with Trac�it�onal(Smootn�IFrantier(Woodgrain)finish b. Pair�ting 1} Must be painted within 180 days af UV exposure 2) For lighter colors witF�a Light Reflective Value{LRV)55 or greater: paint must be 1 d0% acrylic latex. 3) For darker colors with an LRV less than 55: Paint must be�inyl-safe from a �inyl-safe color palette. 4} �or cus#om color, use a coating with solar reflective pigments 2.6 ACCESSORY PROTDUCTS A. Fasteners: 1. AZEK�Cortex far Trim 2. Use fasteners desig�for wood trim and waoa s�aing (thinner shank, �lunt point,fuil round head)with AZEK�'. 3. {Jse a highly durable fastener such as stainless steel or hot-dipped galvanized. 4. Staples, small brads and wire nails must nat be used as fastening members. 5. The fasteners should be iong enough to penetrate#he solid wood substrate a minimum of 1 '/z'. 6. Standard nail guns work welE with AZEK�trim products. 7. iJse 2 fasteners per every framing member for trimboard applications. Trimboards 12"or wider, as well as s#�eets,will require additional fasteners. 8. �as#eners must be installed �a more than 2"frvm tf�e e�d of each board. 9. AZEiC�should be fastened inta a flat,solid substrate. Fastening AZEK�irtto hollow or une�en areas must be avoided. 10. Pre-drilling is typicalEy�ot required unfess a large fastener is used or procfuct is installed in low temperatures. 11. 318"and %"sheet product is not intended to be ripped into trim pieces. These profiles must be glued to a substrate and mechanicaily fastened. B. Adhesives: 1/22/2019 06 65 UO-3 Simulated Waod Trim 1. Glue all AZEK�to AZEK�joints such as window surrounds, long fascia runs,etc.with AZ�K�Adhesive, a cel�ular pvc cement, to pre�ent joint separatian. 2. Tf�e glue joint should be secured wi#h a fastener andlor�astened an each side of the joint to aflow adequate bonding time. 3. AZ�K�'Adhesive has a working time of 10 minutes and wili be fully cured in 24 hours. 4. If standard p�c cements are used, keep in mind these products typically cure quickly which will result in iimited working fime and may reduce adhesive strength. 5. Surfaces to be g[ued shou[d be smooth, clean and i� complete contact with each ather. 6. To bond AZEK�#o ather substrates, �arious adhesi�es may be used. Consult adhesive manutacturer to determine suitability. C. Sealants: 1. Use urethane, polyurethane or acrylic based seala�ts without sificone. 2.7 FINISHES A. AZEK prod�cts do not require paint for proteckion but rr�ay be painted to achieve a cusfam color. B. Preparation: 1. fVo specia!surFace preparations are required prior to painting -sanding is not necessary for paint adhesion. 2. 5urtace must be clean and dry. 3. Use a 100% acrylic latex paint with a �ight Re�lective Value(LRV)of 55 or higher. 4. Follow the paint manufacturer's recommendations to app[y. PART III EXECUTION 3A1 INSTALLATION A. Manufacturer instrcactions: 1. Comply with manufacturer's product catalog installation instructions and product technical bulietin instructions. B. Cutting: 9. AZEK�'products can be cut using the same tools used to cut lumber. 2. Carbide#ipped bEades designed to cut wood work well. Avoid fine tooth metal cufting blades. 3. Rough edges frorr�cutting may be caused by excessive friction, poar baard support, or worn or improper tooling. C. Cuttir�g: 9. AZEFC�products can �e drilled using the same tools�sed to drill lumber. 2. Driilir�g AZEK�products is similar to drifling a hardwoad. Care should be taken to avoid fric#iona� heat bui�d-up. 3. Use standard woodworking drills. Do not use drills made for normal rigid p�c. 4. Periodic removal of AZEK�shavings from the drill hole may be necessary. D. Milling: 1. AZEK�'products can be milled using standard milling machines used to mifi lumber. 2. Relief Angfe 20°to 30° 3. Cutting speed to be optimized with the num�er of k�i�es and feed rate. �. Rauting: 9. AZEK�products can be routed using standard router bits a�d the same tools used to rout lumber. 2. Carbide tipped router bits are recommended. 1/2212U19 06 65 UO-3 Simulated Waod Trim F. Edge Finishing: 1. Edges can be finished by sanding, grinding or filFng with traditional woodworking tools. G. Nail Location: 'l. Use 2 fasteners per every framfng member for trimboard applications. 2. Trimboards over 12"or wider, as weiE as shee#s, will require additional fasteners. 3. Fasteners m�st be installed na more than 2"from the end of each board. H. Thermal Ex�ansian and Cvntractio�: '!. AZEK�products expand and contract with changes in temperature. 2. Properly fastening AZEK�material along its entire Eength will minimize expansion and con#raction. 3. When properly fastened, allow 118" per 18 foot of AZEK�product for expansion and contraction. 4. Joints between pieces of AZEK�should be glued to eliminate joint separation. Whe�ga�s are glued on a long run of AZEK�, allow expansion and contraction at ends of the run. END OF SECTION 1/Z�/2019 46 65 QO-3 Siufulated Wood Trim F d= ' I� I � �f 3 RI;[t���.� �, I t'+ ° �'��I� �� I '- �CCw�� �����a��Mt�� V�,���Ir� �`��.-��i`�� Reissued August 2020 This r�port is subject to renewa!August 2022. wwvr.ic��s.orc� � {SQO)e�23-6587 i (562) 699-OS43 A Subsidiary of fhe Internationa!Code Cauncil� DIVlSION: 06 a0 UO—WOOb, PLAS7�CS AND 2.0 l3SES COMPOSITES ,c,ZEFC� Trimboards Traditional, AZEFC� Mi4�work, AZEK 5ection:06 50 OO�tructural Plastics to Mill, AZ�K�' Trimbosrds Frontier Series, AZEK� REPORT HOLDER: Sheets, AZEK� Beadboard, AZEK�ComerdoarcEs, AZE}(� Uni�ersal Skirt Board, AZEI{� Finish Grade Trim, AZEF(� CPG BUiL�ING PRODUCTS LLC fntegrated Drip Edge, AZEIt� Rabbeted Corr�erboar�s, AZEFC�Rabbeted Trimboards,and AZEK Columr�Wrap are EVAL[lATION SUB.lECT• used as nonlaad-bearing exterior trim. 3.0 �ESCRlPTION AZEK�TRIMBOARQS TRADITIONAL,AZEF(� MILLWORK,AZEK TO Mf�L,AZEiC�TRiFNBOARDS �E�' Trimboards Traditional, AZEfC� Millwark, AZEK ta FRON�ER SER�ES,AZEI(d'SHEETS,AZEFC� Mil�, AZEK� Trimboards Frontier Series, AZEfC� 5heets, B�ADBOARD,AZEIC�CORNERBOARDS,AZEK� P�E!(� Beadboard, AZEIC� Carnerboarcis, AZEK� UNIVERSAL SKIRT BOAR�,AZEkC�FI�[ISH GRADE Universal Skirt Board, AZEIC� Finish Grade Trim, AZEK� TRIM,AZEK�INTEGRATED�REP EDGE,AZEIC� Integrated Drip Edge, AZEIC� Rab6eted Comerboards, RABBET�D C012�C�RBOARDS,AZEIC�RABSETED �EIC�Rabbeted Trimbvards and AZ�K Column Wrap are 7RIMBOARDS,AND AZEK COLUMN WRAP rigid cellular PVC salid cross sections ins#alled as comer boards,soffits,fascias,colurnn wraps,door piRasters,frieze 1 A EVALUATfON 5COPE boards, nonlaad-bearing rake boards, arohikecfural rnRllwork,door trim, and window trim. 1.1 Compliance with the follow�ng codes: The material is expanded rigid poly-�inyl-chloride ■ 2015, 2012, 2009, 20Q6 and 2003 lnfernafional Building material with a smail-cell micro structure. AZEK� Code�(IBC) Trimboards Traditional are supplied with a smootii surface ■ 2a15, 2012, 2009, 2006 and 2003 lniernationa! on both sides. AZEI(� Millwork is machined from AZ�K Residential Code�(!RC) Trimboards using common woadworking equipment.AZEK Trimboards �rontier 5eries are supplied with a textured ■ 2013 A6u Dha6i Intemafional Building Code(ADIBC)+ surFace on one side and a smooth surface on t�e other. tThe ADIBC is based on the 2008 IBC.2009 i8C code sectlons refarencecf P��K 7rimboards 1'raditional and ,4ZEK 7rimboards in this repoR are the same sectlans in the A�fBC. Fr011tiBf$eflSS af2 �Val�ab�2 111 flOf111�8�WidthS Df 4 IfICh2S Properties evaluated• Ba 16 inches and nominal thicknesses of �Is, 41a, 51a and � la inches. AZEK Shests are a�ailable in 4-foot ■ Weather resistance {1.2 m)widths and in lengths of 8, 10, 12, 'E8 and 20�eet ■ 7ermite resistance (2.4, 3.0, 3.6, 5.4 and 6.0 m), with actual thicknesses of, 3/a, ilz 51a, 3/a and 'l�la inches (9.5, 12.7, 95.0, 19.1, 25.4 p 5urface burning characteristics and 31,75 mm). AZEK Bead6oards are a�aiEsble in two � Struct�ral--negati�e-transverse wind loads on soffits nominal ss es, �Iz inch thick by 6 inches wide by 18 feet long and la inch fhick by 4 inches wide by 48 feet long. 1.2 E�aluation to the following green code(s) andlor AZEK Comerbaards are available in nominal thicknesses standards: of BIa and Sla inches, nominal outside-corner widths of ■ 2019 California Green Building Standards Cod� � �nd 6 inches, and in lengths of 10 and 20 feet. AZEK� (CALGreen),Ti�le 24,Part 91 Universal Skirt Board is used ta pro�ide a transition between siding and trim, and is a iwo-piece product that ■ 2015, 2012 and 2008 ICC 7DQ Nafiona!Green Building cansists of a routed AZEK Trimboard with a 1�Iz-inch StandardTM' (ICC 700-2015, !CC 700-2012 and ICC (33.75 mm)nailing flange and '•/a-inch (6.35 mm)cfrip edge 7Q0-2008} ovefiang. The AZEI(�Uni�ersal Skirt Board is avaifahle in Attr�butes ver�ed: a nominal fhicicness of 51a inches, nominal widths of 6, 8 and 10 inches, anc! a length of 18 feet (5.4 m). AZEFC� See Section 3.0 Integrated Drip Edge is used ta assist in directing.water ICGESEYoluadron Reports are not to be construed us representing aesthrtics ar any otkerattributes�wt specrf:celly addressed,nor are they ta be constsued � as an endarsement of the subject of the repor4 or a r�ommendatian for iGs us�79tere is no warranty b>>lCCh'vaivatron Service,LLC,exprress or impHed,as �� � w�at to any fuidrng ot oth�r mateer ir�tlers report,or us fo any prodnct coverett by!he repon, m,,,, Copyrlgfrt�202U iCC Evalustinn Servlce,LLC. All rlghts reserved. Page 7 of 3 = ESR-7074 I Most WrdelyAccepted and Trusted Page 2 of 3 away from window and door surrounds and is a two-piece galvanized, and must be appro�ed box nails or finis�wood product that consists af a routed AZEK Trimboard with a screws designed #or wood trim and wood siding with a 1'I4-inch (33.75 mrrt) naifing flan�e and 'I$-inch (3.'E8 mm) thinner shanfc. Nails musf have blunt points and drip edge overhang. The AZEK Inte�rated Drip Edge is full-rounded heads. The Fasteners m�st he long enough to availabfe ir� a nominal thickness of I4 inches, nominal penetrate the solid wood substra#e a mir�imum of widths of 4 and 6 irtches, and a length of 18 feet (5.4 m). 1�lz inches (38.1 mm}. TF�e fasteners loca#ed at �oard AZEK� Finish Grade Trim 'ss used #o provide installation ends m�st be placed no more than 2 inches (50:8 mm) with hidden fasteners(a fasfener-free trim surface)and is a from the end of the board. two-piece procluct consisting of a base trim piece and a � 4.3 Wind Load Assembly�offits Using AZ�FC� co�er trim piece. AZEK Finish Grade Trim is availabfe in an insta[Isd nominal thickness of 614 inches, nominal widths Trimboards: of 4 a�d 6 inches, and a iength of 18 feet (5.4 m). AZEkC� �EK�Trimi�oards measuring a rrtinimum af 12 inches hy Rabbeted Cornerboards and Trimboards are produced 48 inches (304.8 mm by i219.2 mm) must be installed with a 3I4-inch {�S rnmj square removed from each edge. on minimum 2-by-4 wood framing SPF stad grade The AZEK� Rabbeted Corr�erboards are available in a (G = 0.42) spaced 16 inches (406.4 mm) on cen#er. 7he nominal thickness of�la inches, nomina!widths of 4, 6 and +��K�' Trirnboards are placed with the tong direction 8 inches, anci iengths of 4Q and 20 feet (3 m and B rrz}, perper�dicular to the wood framing and are fastened AZEIC� Rabbeted Trimboards are avaiiable in a nominal to each of the wood members with twa 3�1a-i�ch-iong thickness of S/a inches, nominal widths of 4, 6 and (82.55 mm), 1fid bax nails, located 1 inch (25.4 rr�m)from 8 inches, and a length of 18 feet (S.4 m}. AZ�K Column the seam/edge of panels. AZEK� Trimboards nominally Wrap consists of three connected panels and a fourth 1 inc� and 'I�I4 inches thick must have a maximum locking panel that secut'es the Column Wrap in place. al�owable design load of 60 psf (2880 NIm2) suction, AZEK Column Wrap is i12 inch thick and has actual oufside negabve wind load. dimensions of 49/4 inches,63Iq inches,ar 831a inches,anc!is 5.0 CONDITION5 OF USE ins#alled around a nomina! 4-by-4, 6-by-6 or 8-by-8 wood � column or post. AZEK Golumn Wrap is available in The AZEK T�imboards Traditional,AZEIC�Millwork,AZEK 40-foat lengths. to MiIi�AZEK Trimboards Frontier 5eries, AZEIC�Sheets, AZEK Beadbaard,AZEK�Comerboards AZEFC�Universal All AZ�K products covered under this evaluakion report, 5kirt Board, AZEI(� Finish Grade Trim, AZEK�'fntegrated up to a maxim�[m nominal thickness of el4 inches, a�d Drip Eclge, AZE1C� Rabbeted CorRerboards, AZEIC� AZEK�Finish Grade Trim at a maximum nominal instailed �bbeted 7rimboards and AZEK Column Wrap described thickr�ess of Bla inches, ha�e a flame-spread index o#less in this report comply with, or are suitable aftematives to than 25 when tested in accordance►nrith ASTM E84. what is specified jn, those codes listed in Section 1.D of The attriButes of the AZEK products ha�e been verified this report,subject to the foflowing cor�ditions: as conformirtg to the requirements of(i)CALGreen Section 5.i This evaluation report and the manufacturer's A4.405.i.� for prefinished building materials and Section published instal�ation instructions, when requErad by A5.406.1.2 for reduced maintenance; (ii) ICC 70D-2015 the code official, must be submitted at the time of and ECC 700-2012 Sections 602.1.8 and 9 9.602.1.6 for permit application. termite-resiskant materials and 5ections 601.7, 1i.601.7, 5,2 The trim must be manufacturec{, iclentified and and 92.1(A).601.7 inr site-applied finishing maferials; and installed in accordance with this report and the AZ�K (iii) ICC 70Q-2008 Section 602.8 for termite-resistant Building Products instrucbions. matarials and Section Ba1.7 for site-applied finisi�ing materials. Note that decisions on compliance for thase 5•3 The product is limited to the following oanstruction areas rest with the user of this report. Tha user is ad�ised tYP$S= of the project-speciftc pro�isions thak may be contingent 5.3.1 Nonload-bearing exterior trirn on buildings upon meeting specific canditions, and the ver+fication af of combustlble nan fire-resistance-rated thase conditfons is outside the sco�e of this report. These construction(7'ype VB of the IBC). codes or standards often provide supplemental information as guidance. 5.3.2 Architectural trim on buildings of Type I, II, 111 and iV construction �:nder 2Q06 and 2003 IBC 4.0 INSTALLA�ION 5ection 1406.2.2 ihat da no# exceed 3 stories 4.9 General: or 4U feet{12.2 m)in heighf abo�e grade.The trim mUs# be baciced by noncombustibls AZEK Trimboards Traditional, AZEK� Mi�lwork,��K to construction. The trim is 19m9ted to ten percent Miil, AZE!(� TrimboarcEs Frontier Series, AZEK Shee#s, of the exterior waEl surface area where the fre AZEK�Beadboard,PZEI(�Comerboards AZEK�l�niversal separation distance is 5 feet(1.52 m)or less. Skirt Board, AZEK� Finish Grade Trim, AZEK�Integrated 5.3.3 AI!construction types perrr�itted urtder the fRC. Drip, AZEIC� Rabbeted Cornerboards, AZEK� Rabbeted . Trimbaards and AZEK Column Wrap rnust be insfal[ed in 5.4 The product must be installed aver solid backing accordance +nrifh tf�e manufacture�s published instalfatio� material, such as aparo�ed exterior sheathing instructions and this report. ca�ered with an approved water-resistant barrier or The manufactvrer's published installation instructions appTa�ed exterior wal!co�ering. and diis report must be strictly adhered to, and a copy of 8.0 EVEDENCE 5U8M�TTED the instructions must be a�ailable at all tirr�es on the Data in accorclance with the ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria jobsite during instalfation.The instructions within this report tfl� Rigid Cellular PVC Nonload-Bearing Exterior Trim m�st govern if there are any conflicts between the (AC227), dated December 2004 (editorialEy re�ised manufacturer's pubtished instaElatian instructians and November 2017). this report. 7.0 IDENTIFICATION 4.2 Fasteners. 7.1 Each package of AZ�fC� 7rimboards Traditional, Fasteners must be sfainless steel ar hot-dipped AZEK� Miilworic, AZEK to Mi{I, AZEK� Trimbaards . �SR-1074 � Mosf�delyAccepfed and Trusfed Page 3 of 3 Frontier 5eries, AZ�K� Sheets, AZEK�' 8eadboard, 7.2 The report holder's contact information is the AZEIC� Cornerboards AZEIt� Universal Skirt Board, following: AZEK� Finish Grade TrEm, AZEK� InEegrated Rri CPG BUILDING PRO�UCTS LLC Edge, AZEK� Rabbeted Cornerboards AZE� ggg�pRTH KEYSER AVENUE Rab6efec! Trimboards and Az��C Column Wrap SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA 185U4 descr�bed in this report musi be labeled with the CPG {57D)558-806D Building Praducts LLC name, address a�d telephane WyyW,��ek.com nurnber; the product trade name; and the evaluation info�lazek.as►m report number(E5R-1074), ��� ��t�:; �, � ,4�.. �:�. !1J p HardieTr�m� B�ards Products ��scription ��w HardieTrim°boards come f�nished with either the Pri►�nePlus�factory p�imer and seaEer or witF�ColorPlus�Techr.ology. T�y The Co!orPlus�coating is a fac+ory-appi;eol, aven-bakeci in�sh avaiiabie on a v�riety of James Hardie�siding and trim ��� procfucts. 5ee your local dea€er far detai�s and availability of products, coFors, anc�accessories. `��� HARDiETRtM�5/4,4/4 BOARDS ��� HaraieTrim�5/4, 4/4 board is a decorative non-load bearing trim prad�ct. Hardie�rirn 5/4 board �s � in.thick, ��� HardieTrim 4/4 board is 3/4 �n thick, ancf bath can be purchased in 10 f*. and 12 i#. lengths, based on local avai€abi�ity. ��� In add�tion�o frieze, rake, window, c�oor, and carner details, HardieTnm 5/�, 4/4 boards may be used to construct light 9 blocks, column wr�ps ar,d decorative scrall wo�k.AvaifabEe in commonly-�sed naminal widths from � in to 12 in. �' T HARDlETRIM� BATTEN BOARDS ��� HardieTrim�Batten Boards are a decorative non-loa� bearing trim product. HardieTrim�Batten Boards are�/ in. thick, 2�/z in. wide, and come on 12 ft. lengths. See your locaf dealer for details and availability of produc#colors and �� �� accessories. m� m ��. �� m� m� s� _ - _ � �a .;�v � _a .� _ .._... ,, HardieTrim:i/4,4{4 board-Smootle HardieTrlm Batten board- V _ _ I�ustic and Smooth(not shown) , �� :i- I '�� ' HardiePanef rrertical siding with HardieTrim Batten hoard�or the Board � 8�8atten�ook v c m�; A Complete.f�mes Har�99e Lxt�ric�r� `�� Clase-up on 4xim products. � a m��o_. . _ - _ �?� e„<,�.ar�vrr�y�y�s sr�i���ei�rr:: -: .. ;�.. . . : � "� _.. .. . . . ... rc,T� - u���tfarde�recarnmer+. : `� `=� '?''���l11�fhB�1ra#G'C�lv�'SP�`: m ` - ,i�ace during cufting a� ��' :��eing to reduce dafn�~, F m� . . '-��rds.fi�naove tit�: , W: ';p�Sh�Et qnl�r��' �. �x �tlr�b�rard� ��,.�'T a `��l�� , ,'�" �� '� � �'� , ��" _� �� � c�.� $� �a �� �:�" ; i DO NOT caulk�oail heads when�s�ng�otlorPEus produc�s. �� �3efer 4�tlhe Co�orP��s�auch-up section �� 45 G N f,l'.QA d� .■ IJ- F 91 _� � � . � � �� � . � ' 1 1 � ,� o �r � � � '� � ! � r �� Cai a� c J �� . , .. , . � � 9 For Corners, Band Baarus, Windows, and Coor Applications: Hard;eTrim�boards can t�e i;�stailed with Fiat T�s(JH s:�u ��� no.280154)and Corr.e�Tabs(JH sku no.280155)which provide cor?cealed faster.ing. Orly Rat and Corner Tabs can l�e g�� used with HardieTrirr��boarcfs�o create a concealed fastening.Additional framing may be required to ensure the Fla:and Corner Tabs are fastened�roperly to the structure. Special atter��ion shou[d be paid to the framing when usir�g a sheat�ing ��.� that does not have fasterrer holclir�g equivalent to OSB or PEywood sheathing. _�� 5tep 1:Attach Flat Tabs ta the back side of the trim with 4 rt S ga '/2 in L x'/a in W narrow crown corrosion resistant "�� stap€es, equally spaced in one row, posit:onec�no closer than�/z in from trim edges, usi�g a pneumatic staple gun. (Rgure � 8.�) ��� 5tep 2: For wood frarne constructiar�, a:tach the trim to the buifdEng using 2,Bd siding naiEs fastenec�through the Flat �LL�� Tabs. ET&F or equi�alent faster�er�may be used to attach the F{at Tabs to steel frame co�struction. (Fgures 8.2) a Fastener spacing wilf vary E�ased on application, Refer to spec;fic sections in these instructions#or rec�;�ired fastener spacing W� by applicatian(window, l�and board,etc.), (Figur�es 8.14) �� 2 In.min Fasten 4 staples to the �� e� �/•e in min center nf fhe nailing rldge. $2 - -- Fasten HardieTrim �'� Flat 7ab to�in 7/16 �� .. __.___�_ in OSB with min 2,6d „ —�--�—_w-�---�'`�- . 'W� HarcfioTrim Flai Tab _`_�V_ siding nails x� ��,-: Inst�llaiior�of IiardieTnm tabs in C:oastal R�ians: `� James Haniie rc�uires th�t stainless steel staples&fasteners�e usecf when insialling F;�r�I�sTrm'"Tabs in coastaf regions. ;$: .,t,r , Inst�ll�tion of Hr�rciieTrim Tabs over Pressure-!"r��ted L�amber: - !-lardieTrirr�'�'tabs shall not cortze in cfirect con#act with ACQ or CA preservative-treated wood. Refer to the Genera! Fasten- ¢��� ing section of this document for further ir.formation. ;;�� �° HardieTrirn NT3��IorPlus�boarc�s with back r�rc�ov�s: " Remove the faminata sheet as soon as possible a�ter attaching the trim to the building. ae rn �°u a�y �� _=� HardieTrim�boards are instalEec�around comers by pre-buifding the corner otf the wall witn the Corner Tabs(JH sku r�o. � 28Q�55}. � � �� •Attach Comer Tabs to the back side of#he trim with 8�8 ga. 1/2 in. L x 1/�in W narrow crown corrosEon resistarrt staples �� using a pneurr�atic staple g;.�n. Ensure the Comer Tabs are fastened tigf�t and straight to the trim boards.(Figures 8.3) � � • For wood frame construction,a#tach#he tr�m to the building with 2,6d siding nails fastened through the Comer Talas. ET&F �� or equ�valent fasteners may be used to attach the Comer Tabs ta stee[frame cor�s�ruction. (Figures 8.4) �� •Attach a Comer Tab� in.from each edge and every 20 in o.c. �� �TIP:Crea�ing a jig for the wor€�station is recommended to ensure the carners are fastened securely and straight.(Figures ��' $.�� 8 4 ' 8 5 ; $s ' Fasten 2 in.x 4 in � timber blocks $� � e_3 < I Corner studs C orn er�'abs\ t°a work bench Use 4 staples per _ y _y � piece of trim to fa� , 22.5"-45° �� � ten the L-shaped , '� weather cut � r � �� tab to ihe pre-buiE� , � � �� I,.� -" caner.Use the nail • -i` '� �line on the tabs as I �`� � a guide. Siding Nail Corner 7ab a �eTrim Fasten 2 in.x 8 n Hardie7rim'"Corner 7ab stuci to the tirrt6 r 46 °O � � �.�� �'Q � • _ , , , � '�� Trim t�e opening pr;or�a the insta;:atiort of the scling (Figure 8.7;. P�ace a Flat�ab at the end of each trm boara and � one tab every 16 in OC. l�tt�cF�tf��-:�rin-� boards�nd Flat Tabs arour�d the opening as shc�vm in �Fc�E�r�:c,��.�/:�rid 8.8. ��8' �m� 3�O :p Q $� Side trim plet:es go to � �ic,ader E�[ec:�sGans the windaw Flash�ng neQtls to 6e the tc�of the window. �ne�udin�Eh�side tr�m pieces. tuckeet under the water x -_ / resistive barriar and Do not caulk between the �� — �� � .,; --�_" " _ over the Fiat l"abs. siding and th�e flashing. ��� ; -- � ~� �-�L.--.. ._ '/r in.gap �� i � Water-resistive�arrler ! 4 �-- __,:--�-"'-' � I � , :-� y�J���u~V. � � ..._. ... __ . .. . . . � . � �..."i`_'..�.� „���_- ' .. . I , li � '' ,' I� - , +��� , � ' � $S _�. �� � �� � �m j ��-�-4`(-� �I ''I� � �`�- �i � f 1 r I I' :.---�� m� i I 'I� �I ,' I�'~. �� ,. ' :_�� I; ' ---,.�`-� � �I, �i �� ;, 4�'�"' -- " �II -----_._�_____ ..r::-=.:�:�_,-- � . � _�_T'- � , � mm �J ']��__� I�="" m 3. "'[..-�. I'� 'i:>.,�s: �m 8ottom trim piece is the ;I r ' �`�' 1._._;_ width of the window. "�.; �� �.� NOTE:Folfow your window/door manufacturers installatEon instructions. ' IN 'J '-,•���� yF.F:� �L",. 1/8 in+;aulked g�.:s IPt'_between siding and ---�' tF�e side trim pieces. � -�i�' � D�. �N �.� A flashEng is required o�er tf�e trim and Flat Tabs. (Figure 8.10)Terminate ends of the Band Board into Trim or Sicling = or miter cut the edges of the trirr� at the corners of the b�ailclirg. Place a Flat Tab a�the end af each trim baard and one �� tab every stud at a maximum o{1 S in. o.c. The Flat Tabs should bs attached to the trirn in an alt�;rn��t.ing �S:�ttcarr�to tf�e N� top and bottom o#the band board (Figures 8.i 1 and 8.12). m�, � Fasten 4 stapfes to the tab as shown �x 814 _.....�...._..__........ B 11 Flat Tabs � Water-resistive Barrier � �'� .S ......Y._.� r.._------- �0 3' �� HardiePlank�Lap Siding _ _ '� 16 in o.c. � Blockiry s tz max �� _� � 1/4 in gap.Do not caulk. Flat Tabs — �� r Flashing b a � � 16 in o.c. max �,g � 8.13 FLUSH �� � "�. Flat and � � Cauik Comer Tabs FIaR Tgbs Siding nail attaches Do not under On�y use staples to fasten �a tab fo the wall. drive nails. Flat arid Corner Tabs to the �1 trim 6oards. �� �� 47 G �� t�i!�� " �' � � r � " � J s ► � . � f ' 1 b l e 1 � �'� � ��' . , ��. ��� 874 ; u,�'C Q�� Applicaticn Framing Material Fastener Fastener Max Tab Spacing Tab is n2iled into (.ab:o framing) (tab to Hardietrim) (inches on center) �y� ��� �'�5 �d Wood S;ud One 6d corrosior.resistant siding nail � (miroimum G=0.42) installed through cerster of flange in+o framing �� Four 18 ga.X 1/2" `�� Mini.�num APA rate� Two 4d�ing shank corro5!on resistant �ong X 1/4"wide i 6 °��'3 siding rsa:ls equally spaced i�s:alied corrosicn resistant `�LL� F��t Tab 7�16��SB through f.�ange into framing crowrs staples, equa�ly spaced in �' One No.8 X 1" long X C.323" head oRe mw �� Minimum 20 diame.er screw(corrosion resistant) �� gauae stee:' installed trrough flange onto framing e� LL,� ��;� WoocE Stud On each fla�.ge, Ir�stalE one Bd �� (m�nimum G-0.42) corrosion resistant siding na;[through �� — flange�rrto framing r For each piece of x� trim, insta'I Four 18 r M�nimum APA rated On each flar,ge, Instal!two 4d ring ga.X 1/2" long X _ - Corner Tab 7/16" OSB shank corrosion :esistant siding nails i/4"wide corros�ion 20 I _ :, th�o;agh f�ar.ge ir.to framing resistar�t crow, ���'� sta�les,equally ��' On eac7 flar!ge, Install one No.8 X 1" space'sn twa raws ���"�_ Minimum 20 long X 0.323"head diameter screw — - gauge stee! (corrosion resistant)t�rough flange �. into framing �N - 4'N �v a T Wind-Borne bebris Region: "Supplemental fasteners may be necessary when instalEing tabs in a Wind-Borne Debris �, Region, please call Technical Services 800-542-7343 with any questions." �� �� `�� �� � RECOGNITION: HardieTrim boards may be installed as an equal alternati�e to con�entional trim permitted for use � in; the 1997 Uniforrn Building Code, Section 601.5.5; the 1997 5tandard Building Code, Section 1404.1; the 1999 _= BOCA Nationa! Bu�lding Code, Secfion 1407.2.2; 2Q03 International B�ilcEing Code, Sectior� 14Q2.1, the 2003 Inter- �� national Residence Code for One- and Two - FamiEy- DweEl9r�gs, Section R703.1. the 2Qa3 lnternationaE Residence � Code for One- and Two - Family- Dwelfings, 5ectior� R703.1. and ti�e 1998 International One-ancE -Two -Family �9 Dwelling Code,Section 601.1. a� �� z� �� �� �� �� �i� 48 �u� ��� ��� T p'3 .� ��v�/ � g.�s �;orner�m��i�firc�m �ar�isT�i^��y ti/4, 4/4 Pra-bu��t cc,rnr,r weatrrer cuts �nstella�nr�4 Ea.�aa�sdc ��.� t�parris c„�n t�c:��rn-��ss�rni�iUc� G�for�tr��ry're �Kr�e�,weather cuts at I�,ast Y�v A pair of nails(ane ir sar:i�ibc.a] 12'in,a art on ad acsnt ' �v:�• installf;d. Pr�a assen�b3�d cor�+ars look hetiPr 3ft�h the carner ta thc i��i!ding. �Qmer boards ; �-�.,�. w�,4 and y�nc�r,��lly rrtiak�tI^e insta?iation ga rrore wate��resistive quickly. �'a joirti two pieces of�IardieTrim�/�4, �, _ �- b�rrier Mgle slopes Qawn L�� 4/4 boards far a corner, driva 2 in. i 6 ga. . and to the outside, '�� corrosion-resistant finish nails 1i2 in. from the -• �;� edge and spaced 16 in. apar#along the edge. �s in. (max.) ,� To fasten 4 ir. corners to the wall, drive a • ��� ,' iCeep�ails pair of finish nails or siding nails, (one nail inta ` at ie�t� i�. ���, sach face of the corr�er with tR�e nails s acecE ' frOm ends � � p i and�/�in 16 in apart. For 6 in. comers, drive a pair of i fram edges. �m �.�+ finish nails or siding nails into each face spaced S Pre-buiR comer �� 16 in apart_ Nails should be kept�4 €n.from Insfallatlon 8 in.boarcis w�. th�edges of the board and 1 in,�rom the ends. rwo naiis in eacn�ace sttacn ; the oomar to tha building. ��z When walls are more than 10 ft high, splice �wat�r resistive �. ; �.a 'harri�r --, �� .r corn�;r t�c�arcJs ir�etf-��r usin�weat�er cuts of � �r aY I�;a,st a 22.5°angle.The ang1Q oi the weath�:� — � . "� �b c;ut mta�t slopc dawnward and away from the ��i"'"J"��"' � �� _ (max.) �• h�ilding.Then naii both b�ards to thP build- � - �Koc�p nails at �� .i�Join Ir�ngths of boarcis ir�g with the same attachment 8L'h�ClU�B�S i least� in.frnm `� ::w�tn ar,9ie�c�ts - fnr pre-assemblec�corners, BXCH�t fh�t 4 If�. !���s�nd 3/a in � 'i at least 22.5° trorri�idyc�s. ' r Hard9�Trirn 5/�, 4/4 boards that should gQt twc� - - � .. � a.t7 : ..___. . �� nail�per side every 1 B in Only install trim by �p��;���wGa�,er�:ut�n�ms snnu�� :.�--��� '"� b«ttin,y ta i1 wiih the siding. QQ not inst�ll�ny hc Sa[�ci�gd up pnbr tr�irstail�t�on. r y'� trirn��rc�diic:t over James Harcfie�siding. ���""�-- ,r _ � -�` -�... a � ,,ra ��� �`� � ii. `�_'�+��'._ � 'c - �.. � �:� �� `�� z� ' ,�_�� n�T ': ��:�1C!!�-�1l1g m � � } ,��/kl1�1�, 3� �se oniy 2 in. �6-ga.finish nails to 'w���f����� ��, �; pre-assembie HardieTrirn 5/4�aards aoro�ers. .._ _... ...... x �m na �� y� • ?m ' B.S� �� inside corners can be made with either �;n9ie�aar� [�oubie eoard �� a single HardieTrirn 5/4, 4/4 board in the � corner, or with one board on each wall ��. depending on the desired look. .� -..� � , �� . . �� . �� � ., � . , . ... _ ,� : . ,- x y:- � �. � �-. .� . , , 49 ,.--� e �,�� � M 1 � . i ' " , � � x ` a + � � ' i a� # . E C7 p.p [: c'� Q� — - - - � � ,8.114 1� �i��:(� A)C)c��l� i!i i?:�F,���ifi3isVf:�}�arilhCdii� --'-'tr '- ;W= trim usc:d tG t�rc��� :a�th�i�r�icf�,f;;irlin � �,m� r � , Water-rssisii�e barrier �: �t�eatlir��wall �;,��, on a h�aildir7c�. My widifti;:Si I�i3rcliNTrim�° �a�s oFsr f��sh�n�, ,�A� a"� "- _-W���r resistrv�' 7 S r� ia, ci i r P��nd . � � 5/4, 4/4 ku�rd C�t., k]e� Ss �] Flash'sng a harrier �� bc�ard depcn�ing on t�G typp oi�detail �_ � desired. If in�talling a ba�d board, pay � ���m special attention to fla5hing deta�ls and starter strip �� allow for potential shrinkage of solid rim Do not cautk ��� joists in the walls that tha band baard �la in.gap ��� may be attached to. _ between the c�,�� " flashing and °C Caulk between the�nder�ide of the `� �.� J the sid�n�. �� b a n d b o a r d a n d t h e s i d i n g b e l o w. D o n o t � f` e a n d�o a b �O C �� caulk between the flashir+g and siding f'' Starter strip �= angles the Caulk joirst �� above the band board, and maintain a � siding above eaiow tne 1/4 in. gap betwee�the fwo. Also make Band bo�rd the band band board. �m sure th�t the water-re�istive barrier eoard. �m laps ov�r the#lashinq for a cvntinuaus RW ' drain�ge plane. If��mning lap siding or•ahingle siding abov�the band boarc�, a 3#art4;r,+rir;:hould be installed first to - maintain the corr��t�idii�g angle. Sm�ll Perindic gaps sho�ld b2 lefi in thE,st�u�tcr strip i^,r;ravic#e an escape route for �� excc�ss moisture that may c�r�in down hehind th�siding. "�*�s° ��,> Use bevel-c:ut sE�lic;�jaints af at leas#?_2.5°to�oin long lengths of Hardi��rir�i 5/4, 4/4 h�c:�rd;.To attach band i b��ard to th�buildinq, driv�iwo r�comm�nded tastener���v��y �b in.tar� ir�. �nr F ir�. ��r,�rrss. For 8 in. boards, us� x'� three iastener�c�v�iy 1 C in., and use iour fasiPners e�ery i�ir�.for 12 in. k�c��s. m .:� 'R p. M Y' .�' �� .. �� �� Fss��sva�er�te t�a�a�.�_►� � �� � rn,irewryrsl�r� s° °� ai8�ch barndr bQetl�x c a, ��a�'�.''�.w`a���Cf-�'�*,�. .,�_ sxxery 41n. o',���`'� Tnm Screw,2 m � 1 n�odawer 1Blelhra�ech � [1i�f 9�dllill![N117''116 � = 1F�OSB � �i r naH ewry r�b�88 �� � � `- � � al�i6h�rdr @OprUie► a� 1fs gauge.2 m � 6k�. x} 5lb�elstfrds O � � - - _ � � �°w°y'r6a�lbreiarar W d1 � _ _. _ AST-075-0200G �� r Y �� � 4kr.&sM. s,�afhs�errl6An a�i w � fI�� �� �=_-��._,--�• ----- ETB� � 4r—�� �"��� � " .�[A N 00-Oy50NA] i00ir�x 25mx15m � � � � � � � Sfn 8m�sw�ryf6k7 °"� �I N��f�sAeners � '°� ��g` T1P.Jart�es Hardle r�commends using stainless steel Tinish i2�r,. �r�e�ryfs� ��I nails vrhen lnstalling HardieFrim(nim,Battens,Fascia,etc.)p�oducts. 50 ��� ��� u`�°' , �� �;�. . . �: . , '�'� �.�tc"Window and door Mm $�i Ihlir,�ic�vrs�jr,ca�ic�ar.�f��i��! a�ir7ste�ile� ��c,r � dnu 1 f7c: rr�t3n�rt'raGtllfHf'S f�!S��c;G}i(»?S Wjn(iUw :�i�h trirn piec:c�,go to the top Header piec�span�the ��N. fl��ngn�; r,r fls�shing4 m;�s'�+��ror��rly ��ha window., window includi�p tho side ;�a�r ; t:im pieces. 4 inuialE�d a�d la}�ped�o�fe�tiy under the water-resistive barr�er e��Ur tc t�e ir�stalla#ion , ��� of hiarciieTrim��/4, 4/4 baards. Once 1�Y ��.� the HardieTrim 5/4, 4/4 boards is put on, v� �' proper flashing m€�st be irstalled abo�e th� �� � trim and lapped under the water-resistive C,m� foarrEer carrectly. '��� . ��� r � Install HardieTrim 5/4, 4/4 boards around doors and windows using the"�ap over'� Na ,,� ��' method,which means�hat the header or �_ �m hr�rizantal top piece of the trim extends and � m�. caps over the�ertical iamf�pieces on bath � sides, For wi�dows,the bottom trim piec� �� or sill trim fits in between the jambs. �� Bott�m tri piece is the 3.�+, width of 4hr,windnw. '^ �ar cap-over irirr i►�sta!��tion: - 8•?.2 17o n�S c:aulk batween the ��' � 1. Start hy measuring the length of the � °��-` Starter strip sidin�and the fleshing. .�= hott[sm Qdge of the wir�dow, nqt W�ter-�sistive barrier ` �_t,=; la In gap ` includirig thP flaric;e. � � 4,: �TM� T.�i Flashireg �- z 2. Cut a piece of trim to that lenc�th ancJ � �a install it. �Il m� • .._ ' :€ 3. N�xt mc:asure#rom the bottom of th�; -~ �' ( j install�d trim ta th�top ofi the wind�w. ,�N���� ;"��_�;- ,:��� �,��; � � �� i A �� 4. Gut two pieces of trim to that I�ngth and � �`� "�m �,� install them an either side of thie windaw. � � 'r � �. s w 5. �or the c�p, measure the distance i/s in.caulked gap �--� : a�; between the outside edges of the side is iet�betw�n �� m� trim pieces. Cut a pisce of trim to length �idiny and the side �, trim pieces. and install it. „m �" : a.a For doors the process is the same except ` ' `. y� that it star#s with the side pieces,step three. �� -� `� ����-r� �� �g�� W � �� � : enge S � �im TIP:For trimming aro�rnd windows and duors wiUr attachment flanges, �,� � instal!a sliim strip#o build out the wall even with the flange.This strip �� r � Wlndow lels thr trim sik ila#and parallel with the wall. �'� � � trim ��, 51 � ��� M ■ Q � ■ � , �' ■ r � # M s � � � � ! � � � c7 a.� �� �°� _ .'i � .. ,... �d.24 — NardieTri�n b��r�s c�r� fae�astt�rti�c� c�ir�c:tly c�v�r r3:�x 5�ata l�.�si.4� r,r Ra�tertails o m c ���� c�3rs:c�il��i�, r�:.�i��r;r r��.���:. ;;F�c3ck loc�l huildin� cnc�c:fur�t:lr,v�an#rx;��ir�s „„trrasr.ia �� � r F U� .JamE�;.= ��,^.rc,:F ��cn�rr��n�s that the fascia k�a no rrror�t�a;r % in ��rr�f�r �.�5,+�� rn��r,tr:��u�t�cia, e.g. aver a naminal2 x 6 subfascia, i�st��ll ��:r fs :r�, A. -^F� �'� fasc:ia laoa� (71/a in. actuafj fascia. On longar fasc;ia runs,join HardieTrirru � ��� boards with weather/beve; cuts. �� °C d . Ledger Sheathed wall '�d E ._-_.__�_.......... �,�� fJse on�y 2 in.16-ya.tinisl+nei�s to �LL� pr�-assemble Hardie�kim�l'E.M4 baard comera. � a a m� m ��a�a,_ �� a.z� Q� A#ter the fascia is 9nstalled, a vinyl, coated ' ��p�9� Rafter tail Hoof she�thing � �m a�►�minum or gal�anized drip-edge flash- � �/ �� inq must��installed to the root sheath- ;� � �� ing overlapping�he fascia board. TYi�drip ,'S' _. � / �=�-'° edq�� h�l�s protect tho top ed�e ot the t' � ,� � `, `: fasci�i bo�ar�d �nd it minimizes watpr in- �--, ����:=�-��-y' '� ''�� -, /`��C'� .�; g���s;inta th�saffit and/ur corraice c;:�vity. : �,, �,�-�.,•-... C'hoas���ci��ip edge desiqn that c�ffectivc�- � � ly�:h�in�u:l.5 watc�r away frnm the facc;c�t '.���� � �� r� ' x. .��-� tt�e fa:���ia and into gut#�rs if present. ;� ���-��• , � a / f`` �. ` �� _ °�j t ., +, F�Cix ��- � edger B', ,� i C� � �� : Blacking ; `W Soffit ; �2, �ubfa�cia gneatr�cid wall ' S, �� �°� .��n � � a �� �� a`� `�"£�'� z� �� c� 4,w no 4� eil C �� d� � a�L ���� `�" ■ �a,y a r � � a � ■ ■ s�a a .t.., � ��Q ' , . .. ' ., '�w $,7�i � Ne�rc�ie�l�ir�iG���R�;fe;r�:��rra intF-rj��:d tc, ,.�.I'�Ef?�;anbi:i: �i�4�:F f`F:l.ir.11Vr; n[1 he used with f Iardia�F�a�r��l'�vc�rtic�il Sris�pped��:a�n y.,�;,�� ,�.�'� h.,r"�yr �`*U Iint:yuides thF � , ,� ��` � ��N siding to acf�i�ve a k�aard-arad k�atten �nstauatEa� .- �+� �: ;" I ���r����-r€r�,� ��-� lo�k. HardieTrim E3a#ten�must b;� -�" ��'����. �: � [9afrrls attached to wood or ste�l ba�kin� 1 �'+ T � � ? i ' ���, using an approved fas#ener from � � ; 4 � ' l 3�' �`,'� I � � � �o� the table below. When installing , � i � ,� ' HardieTrim Battens, deterrriine `-°F i I � �E�� � �T� layout and mark where battens � � � %�� ��� � � ��m will be attached.To ensure that ; j � I `� �� HardieTrim Battens are installed �� ' � � I � �, ti ��t vertically and parallel to each other, ! �E� ; �'� ei#her snap chalk lines or use a level. ; j �_ ; ;� � � � ��. When attaching battens ensure that � ; � �I fast�ners are a minimum of 3/4 in. , � i � I �� . , � � ., �� �� from edc�es, 1 in, from er�ds, and a �.,.� � ! ...-•_..� � �m maximum o f 1 6 i n. o.c. �"� I m� �•� � ��i .� � � .� "�,.. - ` �� HardieTrim� �aStei�s x d ro�. �� �.� w� M.. �. eolorPlus�'T��'c ,;., Har�iie7rim Battens with CnlarPlus� �� �a Technology�re shipped with a pratectiue a 9 laminaie Slip she�t.Jaings Hardie -- — �� recommends k�eping the prateu�ive shee! � � �-`�� �� in place during c�ttinq and fast�n�np to 1°0i�� � � 7 t- .��.�-����,._.y;� �_._ ,�„ y� re�uce damage to!hc baards.Remove the �� 7rlm Scr�v,a.in ;� �� protects`ve sheet unly after installi�tg the __ � � hoards and filling 11ie nail holes with a °M��y�� j� ig ea�ye,2�� 1°+� � kr OSB � a s colored _ �-�-��.,. -- � �� touCh-u� _y_ i1 asr-o�-o2aac �+� �,m �r°� am pen.Finish .. s�l�s "� �� --- ----- � "'� 0 � � �,�'�{���:.="'�,-�»�_;.��.�— R811S 8�e � [AKN100-015i:NA].100 in x.25 in x 1.5 in required tor ', , �a s ColorPlus " ,�'• `�' f �nxlfcarea ro�cammendP�d l�sth�s.Beqo�ed tar CoibrPh+s Pmducts. �a. � � �. �rOd11CtS. „.' � TIP:Jemea Hardie recu�nmends us�ng stainless steel fnisb nails when instalElog �� s— HardieTrim(Trim,Battens,Fascia,etc.)products. �� �m 53 ��� ���a a � + r � �� � r r r � '� a� e 9. .i� � i� Horizontai FiardieTrim� Batter,joints must occur at the same locat:on as horizontal joints :n HardiePanel�siding. .��� Install horizontal HardiaTrim Ba�ten joirii�3 by usir�g r�r�c c�f th���c�llr7v�rinc�optio�s: d�u� C�� '"('y LL ._�...__.-_...,...-...___— �._._..__�.. �. !f Har�ie�rim Batte�s are going e�� � ,�� fo be insta[led a�er horizo�tal °1 m 1 N!o HoHzontal Band-Boarcf ��� paRBI JOIfttS Wf�rOUt th2 1150 O{ ��� a horizantal band board, fO��OW Water-resistive barrier Lipper pane! �; Water-resistivs • �, the pracedure as iHustrated 6arrier ��� � ..� in fg. 8.27. Start insta!I€ng Upper panal N �"�� Hardieirirn Ba�#ens by creating Hardie7rlrr� � � B��nTri ,�Q � Batten d a weather-cut of at feast a , _ �� � k m.Gap p 22.5°angle, making a joint at 22 5_a�, � �� the sarne location as the pan�l iweather cut �� joint. Attach t�te bottorn batten. Flashing ��r pene� ` � �` Make sure tE�e top f�a�ten has a Lower panel ' '� Don`t cau3k gap I � matching weather-cut and then 6atwsenflashing; �w instalf top batten. and uppar pbr►et.; �� � "-� _._..:_.�._._��...._.___._ . . . ,__�. _ _._ �_�' ��! 2. If HardieTrim Battens are to be r��e � �'!h- ��p__': _ installed a�er horizontal panel ;�Ko,;=�,B�„,a-e� ���,�,�,x joir�ts wit�#he use of a horizontal "��r-�������^°"' ���� ��: foand board, follaw tF�e procedure _ � -���'�'�"'� r m� �ie � ��' as illustra�ed in fig. 8.28. If N ,; - Up�+r p�nel HardieTr€m Battens are�o be �. ��e�""'� �tten !� installed horizontally, they must be �,���k �� installed in the same manner as in g�°�t'"'�" °'� -- -.� ---Va-ir�.(� Nashing and �•� fig. 8.28. Make sure the horizontal = -- ._-r��n��� upperpanel. �� Z-flashing is instal�ed o�er both � �o�nt�Y� �P�'� � the lower panel and the horizontal bsnd board �� r� `�� band board. Attach the bottom �� � ; __��eiardiaTrlma�A � batten tight to the battom edge HardieTrim� ; � �; ��" 0aiten Nastfie i nrr��ard � of the bar�d board. Next, leaving �:�e���� � � s� �� a minimum '/a ir�. ga�above the ---� - - -- — �� horizantal Z-flashing, install the � top batten. �� �� � �� Do a�ot bridge floo�s w�th H�rd'eeThirre 8aite�s anc�/or IHardieP�nel Sidi�g. � A horizon�al joint shou�d�iways be creat�d �e�vuveen 4foors. �� 54 I Is 4 ' Hard�eTrim'li Boards EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 2059 IMPOftTMIT:FAILURE TO FOLLOW JAMES HARDIE WRITTEN INSTALLATI4N INSTRUCTIONS ANU CaMPLY WITH APPIJCABLE BUILDING CODES MAY VI�LATE LOCAL LAWS,AFFECT BUIL�ING EN�ELaPE PERFORMAAECE AN�MAY AFFECF WARRANTY COVERAGE.F,41�URE TO GOMP�Y WITH ALL HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS WHEN CUTTING AND INSTALLING THIS PRODUCT MAY RESULT IN PERSQNAL INJURY.BEFORE IPdSTALLATION,CONFIRM YOU ARE 11SING THE CQRRECT HARDIEZONE�PRODUCT INSTRl1CTI0NS BY UISITING HARDIEZONE.COM d�l CALL 1-866-942-7343(866-9-HRRDIE} � CUTTING INSTRl1C�lONS SZORAGE& HANDLING: auzaaaRs fNDQORS 1.Positior.cutGng s;atia�so t�a;air5rnv 6lows desi away from Ihe DO NOT grind or cui with a�ower satr indca�s.Cut using shears{manual,pneumat'.c or S:ofe`.iat and keep dry ar:d ooverad p�°or to user and others near ihe c���5 area. electricJ or the score and snap meth�,na:�eoommersded`or aro�:�cts thicicer than 7l16 in. installation.Installing siding wet ar saturated may � ��using one of the fol�owi�g�ethods: result in shr3nka e at butt Irts.Ca lanks on a.Beat: Circular saw eq�!pped wi�a Har�ie3lade�saw blade 0 � �►Y P and attacl�ed vacuum dust scliectio�sys!em.Shears DO NOT ury sweep di:s:;use wet dust s�ppression or vacuum to col:ect dust. edge. Protect edges and corners from breakage. +rnanuai,pneurnatic o�electr:�;may also be used,not For rnabmun dust reduc".en,,la�.es�lar�ie recommends using the"BesP'cutti�g James Hardie Is not respor�sibie for damage cawed recommended for p3ducls thicker ti�an 7/1 E in. practices.Nways fuliow the eaui�mer.;r,a�ufacturer's instructions for proper opera"on. G.9ette� Cirsx:lar saw eG::ippe3 wiM a dus'callecdor.fea�ure cor hest perfoTna�ce whe�c�tt°rg wi�a cir�ular saw,James Hardie recammends hy improper storage and - = - {e.g.Roar°saw;ar.d a liardieBlaae saw blade. handling Df�he ,�- ^ �y c.Gaod: Circular saw eG�ipped with a Nard'eBlade saw blade. using NardieB',ade°saw biadas. praduct. �� �'.� ,,y; �� Go tnjameshardlepms.com for aad�tional cuttlng and dust ca�trol recommenda�ons. -K+n��=��' �^"r I�IRORTI4NT:The Occupational Satety and Health Administrat�on(05HA)regulates workplace expos;;re ta sili�dvst. For corshuctlon s;'�es,06HA has tleemed � '=�x' that cutbng fiber cement urtt�a c`.rc�lar saw hav:ng a blade dlameter less tl�an B inches and oornected b a aorrtmercially avallable dust collection system oer manufacturer's instructlons res�l�!�exposures below d�e OSHA Penrtissihle Expos�re�Jmit(PEL}fe�respi�abie crysialline si�lca,without�e reed for additional respiratay protectlon. kf you are unsure about how to oomply with OSNA sllira dust regulstions,consult a quallfied;r,dustria:hygie�ls:a safery professienal,ar oontsct yauf James Hardle technical sales re�resentative far asslstarrce.James iiardie Takes na representat;on or war�a�iy;hat adoat��g a particular cutting praclEce will assure yrour Cpmpllanee with OSHA ru!es or otller applicable laws and safety requlrements. HardieTrim� boards are decorative non�load bearing trim products. Qa not use Hardiel'r�m boards to repface any stn�cfural component. TABLE QF CQNTEI�TS ,-%�'� ,�.��- GEHERAL REQUIRENiENTS ......... _ ._..Page 1 Fig¢re 1 ,�i/� FLASHlNG/CLEARANCE REqEJEREMENTS ____ .Page 2 4�� ti _. FASTENING,__ __ .Page 3 HardieTrim hlT3 �� �� ___ --- Boards -- ='.= - Face Nai�ing Requi�er�en�. . ...... . ._.Page 3 - :__-_ IA[STRLiAT1QN ,,_..,.,,...., __ �j�;- .Page 4-8 _" ".� HardieTrim NT3 ... F--= F!�!� BOafdS TnmTing Comers.... ................_ ._.................... ....Page 4 � 4perings.................. . . ................... ............_. . _._.Page 4 �, � Band Boards....... ___ _-- .Page 4 � water- Frieze. __._ . __ .............. .Page 9 I � _, resistive barrer Batte�Boards .. ... _.Page 5 � �� Fasc[� .. ..... _....Page 6 1� HardieTrim HardieTnm Tabs .Page 7-8 Cmwrt Mauld;ng HardiePlar.k FENISHING.._. , _.. ..... _-._-.Page 9 lap Siding GEN�RAL REQUIREMENTS • Wood or steel m�st 6e pravided for attaching HardieTrim boards. • Fallow ail applicable codes when installing HardieTrim hoards. • DO N�T install HardieFrim boards,such that they may remain in contact with s�anding water. � JamesHardie� 4/4 I 5/4 I BATTENS I PRIME� I COLORPLUSm PRODUCTS � Yisi1 jameshardiepros.com for the mast receM verslon. ritl5in_P119 09118 55 • t�ardltl nt�i"•I;c;arci• FLASHINGICI�EARANCE REQUIREMENTS NO-COVER I,�rdicirim i����y k��ii7si�ll�:�wifh�u�inirniun Mair�tain a r�inimum 2 in.horiz�ntal r,le�r���c� �'tl+�:J�Jric.lUfE;��i�PiH r�'u•.a���E�F:�[<<Fd<ai►f:ic r:°,11,�;r,��•� i/4 in.s:lE:�aranr.��wh��n inst�ll�:d varlically tn t��:i,�r:�;n JamF:�.I I�,nlic Irim�:�,.���:'::-� :s�•'�;.3:;: �:!;�i�:qur,�ra Il:,r;��u�r��;h�r�b;;fr�;t3�ir„t�n,r thr��,c,f;i:� grade,decl�,Pn�l��,,,k�:ps,����ri�iriv�:way� p�{tn�;.�IF:p�;�nci�iriveway�. r7�3r��3is,.�:t��rr:r':;in;lruc;han:.i�rnu�cu;��•r.'u�.clr,erar�r;r. t;F:1w�;(:;�irih i�ic�{ir�r�ari'1 Rf��;Y:n,lr��~,i r;ii{�c��if tl,;;iTlr7. Flgure 2 Figuro 3 Finur�4 .:a.,. t�IRt i �in �� , ���:ah�v .�min. �. sldin ��,�„ ; //��' .� �I -.ra__I_,__._ , ..� horiaaMa! ^as:,�;, _i tflRl � 0 0p � �Ifl.11llR. i Do Iflm�� � �� p0 ' 0 deck ma�erlal� � ��r�. .. � # � ffashing �vertical trim 1°Ist "asr�� 1!4 in.min. :ecr�er Maintain a 1/4 in.clearance between the bottam of James Hardie products and horizontal flashing.po not caulk gap. Drip Edge Morkar/Masonry �9��5 Figure 6 for fascia inst�llatioo�see�ge 6 Figure 7 � siding � 114 in.ga� L-Fla�in¢• �• I �Caulk ,� 7.-F�ashing �, ! .___.__..... � I ----— � i � �_ ------�— � - 's � �ashin9 I � � .�":`9�fii: Block Penetration R�orr�m�rrc�d in t�zro ValEeylShingle fxtension ,=� �� �! Figur�e 8 Figure 9 ��_ - X-FI2�1�p.�`� J � �� t 1 � r ro ! ,-� _.� ,�. r -�I �f I {��{- '� '- -��_ A9irt.'/.m. � ���,r� ,� � 3 Figure 10 �� Oo ik ,; , �;. �a� � +� �.. � �iL��� �oF. ; �q�! �F /`_ .���,�`�_ _��� { ��� � _ "���' � ,F�� •i d in. min. ' 1Q1t 1/�in. m� CLEARANCE REQUIREM�IVTS llNDER—COVER min. Maintain a 114 in.clearanoe for HardieTrim�oards instailed�nder caver. clearance Under cover i5 definad as: • Not more thar�10 feet be]ow a roof ovefiang,and -------------------• a Not less than 4+nches horizantally fro�the edge of the roof overhang � Yisit�ameshaMlepr�s.com 6mr�m�t rer;e�t�lor�. 1A1510 w11�tf9119 5� HardFeTrim�Boards GENERAL FASTENING REQUIREMENTS PNEUMATIC FASTENING Fasteners must be cor,osion resistant,galvanized,or s*.�iniess steeE. .fames Hardie prodG�s car be hand nailed or fas#enetl with a pneur�atic tool. Elect�o-galvanized are acce�table but may exh!bi:p~emature corrosion. Pneumat!c fas'enin�is hig`�ly recammenaed.Se!air pressure so t�ia`.the James Harc°�e recornmends:ne use of quality,hat-cippe�i galvanized rzails. fastener is driven sn�g wi!a the s�rface of the trim.A flush maunt af'.achment James Harcie is not responsibie for the corrQsior,resis`�znce a``asteners, on the pneumat:c too!is recomrren�ed.�his wil!help control�he depth t`�e Stainiess steel fastene-s are recom�ended when;nstailing James Hardie nail;r.�ir:vc��.;��,�'R;�,tre n�i!�3e[sih�irn�:d�F�i;EIN;c��r,ri�e a S[stiirg t��a� prod��ts^ear t�e ocear�,large badies e`wate;or in very h3m€d clir�ates. �^der�=iv�s:ltie r��i� ,D�ive:�rrler drivNri r�ailu;:r�uE�with a smnntr�i�u:�d h�,�;�i�e� �]:�es ra':a�plufar'tn.t�l�alion to:.t�:n,l fr�m�nc�j Manutact�re^s of�C{l arsd CA preservat'.ve-treated woad recor�rr:e�d space!materia[s o�ofh:e�pfty5ical barriers to prevert direct�ntac:o`AC� or CA prese�vative,reated+rJaod and aluminum producfs.Fasterers;�sed F!ush Snug Flush to attach hardieTrim Tahs tc preservative-treated wood s7all be of hot � � � dipped z;nc-coate�galvanized stee!or s`.ainless steel and i�accardance to � � � 20Q�IRC R317.3 ar 2009 IBG 23D4.9.5," �� do not tlo not �0 NOT Figure R Fl�ure B c�ver drl��e under STAPI.� Flnish NaiE Sfding Naf! slding nails drive nails FACE NAILING REQUIREMENTS �se 2 ir.m�ni�num 16 ga.fi^ish nails to attach HardieTrim ooards to wao�frame constructior.ET&F or ec�ive[eRt f�ste�e.�s or screw5 may be used`o attacn Hardiel;�rr baaras to steel frame const�uctian, Fastenin�instructions are similar for al!app!icatior.s.V�J�e^usinG`in�sh�a;ls,positian nails no cfaser than 1l2 in.from t'�e edges of the�rim and for all o�he�fasteners no closer thar 3/4 in.Fasteners must be na claser than 1 in,from ends o`trim and spaced a max!mum o�16 in.O.C. Ensure trim is adequately fastened. Jarnes Hardze recomr�ends Lsing stainless 5tee!�nish nails when installing HardieTrim product5. �7inimum fastener guide for finish nailing: plywood or water-resistive Pre-bu!It c�e� Site Buiit Come�s Other areas(e.g.window OSB sheathing barrier trim,and hand baardsJ � �a!every 16 in.�attac�boards 1 in.flrom 4 in. I to9�,er+1 nall errery 16 in,each board 2 nails eve.y'6;n. 2 naits eve.ry 16 in. • ends &in. I1"a�i every 16 in.to attach boards E !to ether+2^ails eve 16 in.each board ! B in. i- 3 nails eve.ry?6?r. 3 nai{s every 16 In. ?2 In. - 4 nails eve.ry'6 ir,. 3 na;ts eve. 16 in, t - Use a 2 in.finisr r.ail to fasten trim together. Lar�ger fin;sh naiEs ray bend. j �a to_ � o i3 �16 m O.B:ma ' � � `� j i i/�,' / �' .` \� ' %//i f� �. "' 'fl�lgh nailinp �� ���//�i ��' �J � ��� t�/ f � �/F.r,��^' • J.�� � \ \ � ��f� o` ,� '' � \y\ �\`ti � /// o Vi0 i�l�O/:•� ,nn \'� • �/ �o i � '��'lsx _�.,^\ .j � eno, o °/ -o� °o�o���'I ' ,�°? � Vertfcal trim may be installed ` � � ' �l� �/with a 114 in,min.clearance". Flgure 11 Leave a minimum i/8 Ir�.gap heiween the siding and trim,then caulk, "Follow al appE`.cable codes when irtsta:ling HardieT�im boads � Visit jameshar'dieprDs.cam for the most recent version. TRt51Q P3f9 09/19 57 � HardieTrim�Boards �NSTALLATIUN � TRIMMING CORNERS TRIM APPLICATION FOR WINDOWS, DDORS &OTHER OPENINGS V4'hea�n5ta![i�g co~ners or other vertical t�im, Flashi�g over trim is requEred ner cade for ali installation methods.(figure 14) posiYon boards an the wal;and attach(figure 12). Pre-Built Corners Figure 14 Alternatively,comers car:be pre-built o`f the wa�l - ressm�e using 2 i�.fir,ishln�nails.Each s'.de of the p�e-built ° ° aaTier carner mu5t be secured ta the wall(figure�3�. do no1 Figurel2 caulkalong HardieTrim � --.-�-' _�. sic'ng ButttaSiding � top edge �� Tr:m the cper.ing prior � `lashing tQ the`�stallatlon of ihe corner rnertrim " _��^� s�ding.Pos�tiantrim studs ` haards or.the wal ar.d s�ure.Al;ow proper � fastener spapng at --- • � edges and ends. 16 ir..nafc. , f' Butt to 5lding t �...�.-..- 2 In.F'nls7 na�l Figure 13 . � Horizontal � . Flashing ' comer � studs I NOTE:Fallow your windowldoor man�fac'a:re�'s ins�llation instnrctfOnS fof caUlking guidance he:weer window and trim. ! leave a minimum i/8 in,gap betwee� I siding and trim,ihen caulk. j t 2 in.Fnish nail BAM� BOARD FRIEZE BOARQS Figure 16 Fo!'t��t�d t7osrtl water res�stive ba'ff2f HardieTrim bcards can applications,a flashing is be used as frieze boara. requirec over the t�im. (figure 16; (figure 15} Figure 15 I ��la�s�ding � I sheath�ng � I !� � 114'.n.gap b[oc�c;ng/s�:pport Ha d;eTrim if reauired � fieze board � Hard;eTrim E \ �_ frieze board flashing . • , ii �—Hardie?rim NT3 baartl ° Shim � � i ' beh9nd f �� � ' � �� � �� � caulk if requiretl g�-�Siding Trim Over Siding f� Ha�aiePlank iap s�ding � Yisit�arneshar�iepros.Com for bhe most recent version. TR151D_P4P3 09119 58 ' - ��' � B�lardl��rim�F3oarci�: BATTEN BOARDS Flgur�i7 � IlHrdiclriin HORIZONTAL PANE!JOINTS ' � _.- [�;,1rE;n At horizantal panel jnints HardieTrim hattens musk be � .- uppi:r�r.u�el Installed accarding to optian 1 ar 2 below.When Installing HardieTrim Battens horimntally,they must be � �n nnr���"'���'�' instailed as a panel jaEnt according to option 2, � , cauik � Optian i ==��- - _ o I��gute 1 I -Nu I�arimnhal banc!haard• Make a 22.5-45 z-nasninq t degree weathar auf,in the NardleTrirr�batten,just above � ,+, the 1/4 in.clearance between panals, ;� � iower ' panel OptlO�2 i ' � �igure 18-Harimntal Band Board-Install a f�orimr�tal # ,{ ;� bend board at the top of the bottom panel.8utt the lower , ' , ;; batten to the band board and start the top batten at the � � � �� bottom edge a�the top panel,Mafnialn a 1/4 in. � ��,,: .,.�� clearance a6ave harimntal flashing, � ; ��F— �� � -�==�-' � j�~,- : � . _ , Figure 18 r C J ; j y I H�tk�enm � j i � ��u��p�,�i � I� ! ��a��,.�d� I' s ' r)n nut _� � ! Caulk �1£ E �1 - --...._._.. . �.i � ��= . .,�.�._: 1 �� I� �� 's-_1-tla.�shii� �� I �Ei�ttE iim � � -,�luwr.r panei ! _ 'i� eF.4��.� � � --�y! _~` S ��l J J����y�� • r � —_ I � 1'n� Mllsit JSm6�ha[dl6pras.cpm}Dr th6 m06t fBCBnt 1NB'di90n.----------.—��._w._._...�__._..� ----_ —..�..�- -- 'IA151a P5I9 O�f19 53 HardieTrim�Boards FASGIA �a not use HardieTrim to repEace any structural component ;iard�eTrim baards var be fas�ened directiy aver a 2x sub-fascia or tlirect�y to rather tails,Check loca,building code for relevant codes. Qption 1 Over sub-fascia:(��ure 19) When installing Hz�dieTrim 6oards over solid 2x sub-fascia�se minimum 2 in.,16 rau�e corr�sfon resistant fi�isn nails.(see fastenergulde bele� roofing Fig�re 1s � �� ��, roaf under;ayment sheat�ing ~� GutterS: � � drip edge`iesh3rg Ja:�es Hardie recommends the�sa of�ain gutters whenever possible. Uo not attach gutters directly ta HardieTrim Use g�tter hangers�.hat attach through��e~aof sheat�ing into a rafte� tai[or other structural memher. roof framing Sn�fit HardieTrim boar� When�nstalling HardieSaf�it add�t�onai fra�ittgiqEocicir�g may be �teeded depentli�g an application.Refer to Hard�eSaffi:instaliation sub fascia instruc;ions for guidance, HardieSoffit Par.el Option 2 Direct to rafter tails:(fig�re 2Q) When installing HardieTrim N�3 boards witho�at the presence of a 2x su6-fascia,a�ini�rurr�8d sidi;.g carrosion resistant nails mu5t be used to attach HardieTrim NT3 boards DG NOT ase finish nails.(reter to fastenerguide beloWj. Fascia Fastener Guide Figure2� } ► liard�e7rim Direct to Rafter Over 2x Su6-fascia Board (min 8d siding) (Minimum 2 in.16 ga.Finish nails) Rcafir.g 6 i�. 2 nails every rafter spaced max 2 nai's spaced maximum R� 24 In, O.C, 16 in.O.C. Sheammg Roof 8 In, �nails every rafter spaced max 3 n2i�s spacetl maximum Underlayment 24 in. O.C. 16 in.O.C, Stv�e��a:: 10 in. 4 na�?s 5paced maximum Raof Fram;ng dr:p edge 18 In.D.C. Flashing HardieSofft �lardieTrir�NT3 Pane! 8o2rd � Ysif jameshardiepros.00m for the most recent version. TR1510_P6I9 091�9 6Q v � HardieTrim�Boards HARDI�TR�M�TABS FASTENER REQUIREMENTS For Corners,�ana Boards,Windows,and Qoor Applications: HardieTr?^��T3 baards may be instatled with Nardis?�imT"'Flat Tabs a�d Hardie�rir�T'"�omer Tabs which provide conceale�fastening,Qnly Har�ieTrim Flat and Corner Tabs can be used wi`h NardieTri�r�T3 b�ards to create a concealed faster:ing. Step 1: Attach HardieTrim Flzt Ta�s to the back side af the fim usi��`eur,18 ga,1/2��,L x 1/4 i�.W�arrow craw�corresior:res`.5fant staples,equally spaced in ane r4w,positianed na c!oser thzn�12 in.from trim ec�oes using a p^e;�matic sta�le gun.(f�gures 21,22) 5tep 2: For wood irarre co�strucqa:�,att�ch the trim to the�ui,ding w�:�minimum 2,6�siding nails fas`ened through the NardieTr'.r�FlatTahs�;gure 23},ET&F or eq�:valen?fasier�e�5 may�e�se�to attaclt the HardieTrim Ra;Tabs�steeE frame cors;rucction. �as#er�e�spaci�g will vary b2sed on app:fcation. Refer tc fastene�table on page 9. Refe�to specific sections�n these i�structions far req:�i�ed fastener sp2c:ng by aoplicatra� (VYif1dOW,band boa�d,etc.) For Fascis,Rake,and Frieze baard Applications: HadieTrirr tabs cannot be used in�scia,rake,or fr�eze boara appl:cations.Fe�low Face na�lsng faste�ing specifica`.ic�s. lnstallation of HardieTrim#a6s in Coastal Regions: Ja�nes Flardie requires tf�at s*��n'ess steel staples&fasteners be�se�whs�r iastaE�ing NardieTrim�abs;n ooastal reg orts, fnstallation of HardieTrirrt Tabs o�er Pressure Treated Lum6er:FiardieTrim tabs sf�all not come in direct contact with AC�or CA R�eservative-treated wood.Refer to the General Fastening sec�ian of tn�s document for further information. HardieTrim boa►ds with Co�orPl�s Technolagy:Remove the la�inate sheet as 5oon as pos5ible after at�.aching the tr'm to the bu�;ding. I,Uin2 ir? Min 1!2 in. Faster 4 s ' ' Figure 23 �� tap�es minimurr Ya i�.:�om trim edge Figure 2i -- - - Fasten Hardie7rim BeCk Vl�hl Flat Tab to -" mir,im�m 7/16 in. 16 in.O.G.max� QS9 with m;n 2,6d Har4'.eTnrr FlatTabs siding naiis d 00 00 Fgure 22 Front view 0 0 Figure 24 Trim Application far Win�ows, � �aors&Oiher Openiogs Tri^�tre cpering priQr to ihe insta!lation o�the siaing,Pface a FEat Tab at�e end of each t�im � � Flush �araieT�m board and or�e tab every 16 in,QC.Attach the � HardleTdm � Fi�t a��a comerTaes trir�baards a�d Ra;Tabs araund the opersing as Fiacana `( l,� �j O CamerTahs �y ��� s�owr in jigure 24.llse 18 ga.gafvarized 2 in. long firish na;Es to ensure proper fastening i` Q � Q Sidin�nail Do nat Cn�y use staples ta needed. attaches tab under f2sten HardieTrim Flat an� I to the wall. dr"ve r.ails. Comer Tahs ta ihe tnm boa�ds. i � ;I 0 NOTE: Fo11ow your windowldoor manufacturers Ins�lladon inskvctions for caulk;ng guidance 6etween wlndow and trlm. � Visit�ameshardiepfos.com for ihe mnst recent version. iR151o_P7I9 09119 61 i HardieTrirn�Boards TRIMMING CORNERS When usi�g Hardieiri�tabs prebuild outside corners otF the wa'[. • Attach Hardie�fr°m Carner?a�s to the back side Qf t�e trim usi�g eig�:t(8}-1�ga.ll2 in.�x iI4 in.w narrow crown corrasion resistant staples using a pneumatic s*�apler.Ensure the�iar�'ieTrim i.orre�Tabs are fastened tight antl straig�t to.he tr3m boards.;figure 25) • For woed ir2me constrr,�ct?on;attach trim ta�u�lding�sing min.6�5iaing r�ails fastened through the Hardie��im Ccmer 7abs attached!o minirr�m 7/"6�n.OSB".(figure 26) • Attach a Na�dieTrim Cerne�;a�1 ir..from each ends ar�d ever}r 20 in.Q.G. • TIP:Greating a;ig for�he werk stat;on is recommenced ta e�sure cor7er5 are fas�ened securely a^d stra:ght,(fig�re 2� Figure 25 Figure 26 Figure 27 I Fasten 2 in.x 4 ir. Har�ie�rim tirttber blocks �� �Corner studs Cemer Ta6s to a work bench r �'ard�eTrm � ' �e 4 s!aples per piece ..orr,e�Tab of t�i�-�to fasten the ' , L shaped tab to the , �� � pre-h�ilt co�er.Use i . '� � € i ; the nall Ilne¢n the - = � '� 'i I ',; I : ta55 as a gui�e. �me:Tab HardieTriT Fasten 2 n,x 8 in.shid Siding nail NT3 3pards to ihe timher blocks BAND �OARD Terminate ends of the Ba�d Board'.nto T�`:m or Siding or m�ter ci:t the edges of the�'im at the carners ef the 6ui?d?ng,P;ace a HardieTrim�lat Tab at the end of each tr�m board ard o�e tab every 5tu�at a^�aximum of 16 in.D.C. The NardieTrirr FEa`T2bs shou�d be attached to the trim in an aitemating patter:t to the top and battom of the ba�d b�ar� �fig�res 21,22). Use�6 ga.gaivanized 2 in.long fnish naifs?c ens�;�e proper fastening if needed, Trim Tah FastenerTabfe Application ���€ng Materlal Fastener Fastener hSax Tab Spacing Tab is nailed Irdo (tab ta framingj (tah to ti'im) (ncttes ort cente�j Woad Stud One 6d corrosian resistarrt siding nail (mfnimum G=Q.42} instalted�rough center of tab tnta framing PourlBga.X1/2in. Two 4d ri�g shank cnrrasion resistar.t {ong X 114 in.wide Mirtim¢m APA rated siding nails equalty spaced fnstalled corrosion res;stant 16 Flat Tab 7M 6 in.USB �hr�ugh�tr irrto framing crawn staples,equally spaced in one raw One Na.B X 1 in.fartg X 0.323 in.head Minimum 20 diamater screw(corros[on resistant� gauge steel ms�alled thro�gh flange in�O fiaming Wood 5tud On each flange,Instal".arte 6d (minimum G=0.42) corrosion resistant siding nail through tab inta(ram'sag For each plece of trim, �nstall Four 18 ga.X Miaimum APA rated On each flange,Install iwo 4d ring 1/2 in.long X 1/4 in. Comer ta6 7M6 in.aS6 shank cor.aslan resistartt slding nails wfde oarrosion 2Q ihrough tab Into traming resistant crawn staples, equally space in iwo On eaeh flange,Install orre No.B X 1 In. f0� Minim¢m 20 lang X 0.3231n.head diameter screw gauge sfee{ (corrosbn reslsta�thro¢gh tab InUoframEng � Yisit jameshardiepros.com for 1he most recent rersion. TR+.510_P8I9 osfls 62 r HarclieTrirr��Boards FINISHING CI�T EDGE TREATMEI�T Caulk,paint or p�:me al:field cut edges.James Fiara`.e tou�h-up ki�5 are required ta touch-up Colo�Plus products, CALILKING Far oest�esul*�s use an E�asto�^eric JoiRt Seaia�t complyfne wi:h ASTM C920 Grade NS,Class 25 aE higrer er a�a?ex Jo;;�t Sealar`complying with ASTM C834. Caulking,fSealar.t must oe applied in accortlance with the caulkng/seaiant manufacturer's w;itter.instructio�s, PAIN7ING �0 IiOT use stain,oi�/aliryd base paint,or paw�e�coat;ng o�Ja^�es Nardie Products,James hardis products must be painted within 1 BO days for primeu product and 90 days for unprimed,�OQ%acrylic topcoats a�e recomme�ded,oo na�pa�rt when wet,For appficatian ra:es refer to paint manu.`act�rers specifications.Back-rolling is recam^�ende� if the s�ding is sprayed. COLORPLf1S TEGI�NOL.UGY CAULKING,TOUCH-lfP&LAMINATE •Care s�o�ld be ta�cen when handling and cu��ng James Hardie�Colo�Plus�products,Duri�g instatfa:ior use a wet soft cloth or soft brush ta ger,ly wi�e o`�any residue or corstruction dust left on the product,then rinse with a garden hose. •Touch�p nicks,scrapes and nail heads us!ng the CaEorPlcs�Techr.clogy:ouch-up applicator.TnUch-up sho�id he used sparir�gly. If'arge areas require touch-up,replace the damared area with new HardiePlank�lap s�ding with CalorPEus�Technology. •Laminate sheet must be removed immediately after ir�sta{lation of each course. •Terminate no^-factory c�t edges into fim where possi�le,and ca�:k.�olor matched cauEks are avai'able from yo:�r ColorPfus�product dealer. •Treat al!othe�non-factory c�t edges usir,g ifie CoEorP!;:s TecE�noiogy edge coaters,available from your CelarPius product dealer. Note:James Har�;e does not warrant the usage of th'rd party touch-up or paints used as touch-up an James Hardie ColorPEus pratlucts. Prob[ems with appearance or perfarmance arising from use of:hird party touch-up paints or paint5 ussd a5 touch-�p that are�at Ja�es Hardie touch-up wi��nat be coveretl unde�the James Hardie Cclor°lus Limlted Finish Warrar�ty. PAINTING JAMES HA�iUIE SIDING AND TRIM PRaUUCTS W1TH COLORPLl1S 7ECHNOLOGY When repa�nting Co:crPlus pro�u�s,James Har�ie recommends the following regarding sur`ace preparation and topcoat applicatian: • Ensure the surtace is ciean,dry,and free of any dust,d;rt,or mi�dew • Renrimir.g is narr�afly not necessary •100°b acryl!c tapcoats a�e recommeRded • �0 NO?cse stair:,oillalkyd base paint,or powder coat'.ng on James Nardie�Products. • Apply finish co2t in accordance with oaint man�facturers wri:ten:nstr�ct�ons regarding coverage,a�plicat'or:methods,and appE;catian temperat�:re * �0 NOT caufk na;l heads when using Co�arPf�s pfod�cts,refer to the ColorPlus touch-up sectior� ra;sia �m o�rs , � �AH6ER;May cause cancer ii duslir:s�n praluci�.s mhaled Causes demage ta lungs antl�espiratary sysf�m thmugh prolanged ar�epeatao inhelation oi dnsiirom oruduci REfer Uf'Jx+cuRe.�it prndu�t S'�feiy Oaffi ShaRY befao'e��se � The f�nr�aasoeraGad wdh BGer�en�w�i ai�sasir�m chs�iliue sihca piaser�io�he duxt generated hy achvfies sucr�as cuF�ng,ma�.�hmmq tinllinp.rouUng.aawnng,cnuhmg or utti�rxise anradiriq fihe;%,e=aent 9nd when cleanmg N � up dispaaing ef nr��nnnA i�e�ist Wher.do�ng any of t�ese ac�vfies m a mannRr thffi generaies dus�you must�11 comply��h th�OSHk siandurd fo�s�gcs�dusi andla oihe��ppl�ca4le law.(21 fol�arr Jam�s Ha�die culhng - ins4uctions io reduce ar limr�ihe release M�wst,i'si wam otlier,s in the aren�,amid hreaHnng tha d��t ib�,xhen usmg me[:harccal saw,�r lugh spa.ed culting fiols urork oumonrs anQ use dust r,nfiechon equ�me�t.a�id{51 if na � -. other n�st aumrnla am a�laGle:wesr a Cus:mruk arespiratar ihai mcefs NIQSH reqwremenis ie.p�N-95 dusi�naskj burrny dean-up use a wrell m�rl�ned vacuum and hlter apprapn�ie for caph�nng hne(respirahle►dusl or use wei cbean-uR�thods-never d�y�vfeeo ,�WARNING:This product can eapose yau tn ehemicals including respirable crystalline silica,which is Imown ta ihe 5take of Califvmia�o cause cancer.Far mae i�ormatian yo ro PFi�Wamirtos.ca•urn. RECOGNRION:NardirTrim boards may^r.��=�uii.�;�,a�e�u�!a��°r��t kF!o canven6onal trim permltted Tor use in;2D06,2009,2Q12&2fl15 InternaSion��BuiEdir�q�da,Se�tic�n IA03,and th+�2006.2�J09,20�2&2�1.5[mematior�al Residentiel Cetla for One ard Tw�;�•F2mi,:.��se�ir.r;.;e�;��o.CS �2019 James Habie Building Pmducts,lnc.All rlghts reserved TM,SM antl� Produet warrentles,saie�IMormatlon and eddlttonal InslalleJon � �amesHardie� de;wte h'ademerks ar replshareC tredemarks of James Nardle Technalopy Llmlted. Infomui�on are evallehle atJameshardiepros.com Y}� ' r� � - ��-r �- _ � HardieTrim� Boards EFFFCTIUE SEPTEMBER 2019 These ittstructions are to be used for HardieTrim�HZT""Boards ONLY a�d are OI�LY YAI.IR in tt�e#ollowing states:WA,OR,CA,NV,UT,I�J,CO3 WY,MT,PZ,�EM. IMPORTAAET:FAILURE TO FOLLOW JAMES HAR�IE WRIITEM INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND COMPLY WITH,4PPLICABLE BUILQIMG GODES MAY VIOL4TE LOCAL LAWS,AFFECT BUILDING ENVELOPE PERFORMANCE AND MAY AFFECT WARRANTY COVERAGE.FP,I�URE TO COMPLY WITH ALL HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULAT�ONS UVHEN CUTTING AND INSTALLING THIS PRO�l1CT MAY RESULT IN PER50NpL INJURY.BEFORE INSTALL4TION,CONFIRM YOII ARE USING TWE CURRECT HARDIEZONE�PROQUCT IMSTi�UCTIONS BY VISffING HAR�IEZONE.COM QR CALL 1-866-942-7343(866-9-HARDIE) � CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS STORAGE &HANDLING: our000Rs iNQ00RS 1.Posftion cuCJng s*atlon sa;hat alrftow blows dust away Ero�the �D NO i n�d or cut with a ower saw indoors.Cuk usir.g s�ears(rranual,pneuma�c or Store`fat and keep dry and Covefed prio�,o user an�others�ear the cuding area, elecu!c;or the scare and snap meihod,not re�omme�uec`or nrod;:cis�Ickerman 7/�6 IR. 2.C�t usln5 ona o`the fo:lowfng methods: !�staf,atior..Ics�lling sidirg wet or satura`.ed r;ay , � ___ — a,9est Clrcu?ar saw equlpped with a Flard�e8lade�saw 5iade 'I 'esult�n Shfi.^,�cage at but;jolnts.Carty p`anks o^ k a�d attachetl vacuum dus:collec�on system.Sheazs I - �0 NOT dry sweep dust;�se we:dust supprassio^or�acu�m to ca!lec,dust. edge, Probect edges and comers from breakage. (man;,ai,p�eumatic or eleciric)may alsu be�sec,r.o: ror max!�n�m dust reductlan,Jac�es Hardie recommertds using ihe"9esY'cut�ag reCammertded for products thicker than 7/1 B in. James Hardie is nat responsihla for damage caused practioes.Always follow She equipmeM rr.anuiacturer's i�struclions tar proper operatian. by impl'opCr StOfagO and ,_ _ — ��9ett�� ��'�slar saw equipped with a tlust collec[lon fea6ure ��b�Ae�,prmance when cutt'�ng wiLh a circular saw,James kard`.e reoomme�ds (e.g.Roa�saw)and a Hsrdie&ade saw Clade. usirg HardleBlade�saw blades. handling of the �� _y, _., a Gaod: C�rcular saw equipped with a Hard!ealade saw�Eade. Go to jamesharciepros.00rn for add�tlanal cutG�g and�+ust co�:ro;recnmmendat�ons. pfOduCt, f;y°;a "-."�.,�•. ��:_�.,. '�^c_�,�, �.�'"�Y IMPORiAN'T:The Occupatlonal 5atety and Healm Adm:ristra5on(�SFIA)repula',es wo^kplace e�osure to silica dust. For co�s3ructlon sites,CS'rW has deemed �"� thflt cut4ng fiGer cement wilh a circular saw havlr�g a dlade diameter less than B irches and connected to a commercially ava?lahle dust col:ec�on system per manufar,iurer's Instructions resutts In expasures helaw the OS!1A Permiss�ale E�osure Limit(PEL�for respirable crystaliine sll�ca,wi+hout�e oeed far add;tional r�piratary pratxtion. If ye!�are�rsure ahout how to compy with QSFIA sillca dust�Bgula�ons,cons�lt a q�allfied industrial hygie�ist or safetl pro`ess'C�al,or co�tact your James iNer�e technical sales representative for assistance.�a^�es Ha�die ma�ces no represer�iion or warreniy that atlopting a particu ar cutt�ng practice will ass�re yau�comp�ianee with OSHA rules or oiher applica6le laws ar,d safe,y requiremenis. HardieTrim� baards are decorative non-load bearing trim products. ao not use FfardleTrlm 6aards ta replace any slr�ctural component. :lF'-lj,�� -f ...�.' ` � � TABLE OF GDNT�NTS Figure 1 '=�'f'��'�f -�/�:�� GENEHAL REQUIREMENTS ..... ...... ... .Page 1 �- ,, __. FLASIiII�G/CLEARANCE REQUIREMElti[TS ...., ..,..PagB 2 HaMieTrim - :__� -„i Boards � -•=-' .. � FA57ENiNG.... .. . . .. .. . .. .Page 3 ,:_f f Face Valling Requiremer�ts __ __.'age 3 �- i HardleTrlm INSTi4LLATEQN. _..._.. ......_. ......._. ....._Page 4-S ' Boards I T imming Corners......._..................... ............. .........?age 4 � ppeni�gs ,...._... ___.Page 4 �water- Ba!?d Boards.-_ _ _ ... .. . ..... .Page S -, resisstivve Frleze............................................. .........._........................Page 4 , i� barrier BaBen Boards.. _ __ _ .. ge 5 [� Fascia.. ... ....__. ... ... .. Page 6 �Iar�EeTrim �u a � Csown Mauldin g HaMiePlank HardieTrim"'Tabs ...... .___.... _._Page 7-8 Lap Siding FfN15HING..__ _ _...._ _...... ....Page 3 GENERAL REQIlIREMENTS ■ WQad or steel must he provided for attaching HardieTrim boartls. • Foilow all app9cable codes when instal[ing HardieTrim boards. • DO NOT install FlardleTrim boards,such that they may remain in contact wlth sFandir�g water. • DO NQT use stain,oiUalkyd base pai�rt,or prnvder ooa�ng on James Hardie Products. J1111@SH7�1@ Vislt jameshardiepros.com for the most recent version. r�t5as_��s osl�s 64 � Flardlel rirr�"'l`it,3rrJ: FLASHINGICLF�IRANCE R�QUIREMENTS NO-COVER I{aidlt���rir�:�;'a��,a;rrs?a�fe�.�t���.t���irtirnurn lN;+.ir�Unn a.nzinimum� i�i.r�arz�?r3ta����'�:fcllCH Af thr;j�1�,;1urF�t 1h�r�o1 anrJ vc�rti;;�l surla�:�,�,il�snirc; Il�in.cle:::r4e wheil��.t:ai��d v�rt'sc�l!y tr� bFafwsan.larnF:�;f I�trrli�:trirrz pr.:Uw.����!�tar':t=: s�n�l�,���ritc:r il,�•:hing�r�all tx:ins��lled�:r tri�r�r�firn� 41r�ciE:,dcf.ks; ��:�t�.s�;;pw.�!'�rir;vr,w�y�9 �,:�ths,.::tnG�;an+i d►ivf:w�►V:. rnar��if�zct�.rr;i'�;in�trur:ticsn:s.F'ravicfe a 1 in cle:jr:incr, tx;twe�sr 1f�r,rcx�fiiica�n�1 ilu:fl(1tL�)ITl EN1{�E:�7t IhE�`Ifll. Figure 2 Figure;� Figure 4 ; � `` ,��- _.- Mm 1 i��. �`� 3�din� �ssis`tire �I141� � baf�e� � � �..�...__ � harizanta� ,�asninp a � o Irim �0 6 in.min, ° o I irim � --�_ 0 0 • o o I deck matedal �� 1 in.r�in- .� 0 + fiashing +�vBrtic�dl trim J°'� 1 �'�"g 1!4 In,ml�, ie�er Maintain a 1/4 in.clearance between the bottom of,�ames Hardie protl�cts and horimntal flashing,Da�ot caulk gap. Drip Edge Martar/Masonry Figuro S flpure B t01'faSC18 ln5t�l12tion SeE p�7ge 6 Figure T sidEng � Do nat 114 in.gap ot•Fl�shing Caulk � 2-Flasfting - ,f. -------�— �`\ flashing ` � � � Bfock Penetratian ..�'�ia����� � (recommendedfnhf��0� Valley/Shingle Extension _�' ��:' , Rgure B Figure 8 G-1" ,t " Z-Fl�h1p� � i •' .�� f �j�.� , ��:_Y.�.i' �-�_ fNin.34�n I i� :G� �' �� �ie � Flpure 16 � do k ,E� _, ^i _ + � . ,�i .�. 7.. �� � � 1` ��` � T ei _ , �. . '_ --� .---------- ;H; 4 in. min. ' 10 ft. Z14 in. �� GLFAfiA�110E REQUIREMEIVTS L1fVDER—COVER m�n. Maintain a 1/4 ir.clearance tar HardieTrim boards installed under cover. clearance Under CovE�is defGned as: • Not more t�ar.i 0#eet he!ow a roof overhang,and -------------�-�---� • Not less tha��inches hor�zor+.tal{y from the edge of the roof overhang � Yisl#jameeh�r�leproa.com tm the mogt redem ver�lon. rn1�os�?r9 osn� fi5 HardieTrim�Boards GENERAL FASTENIMG REQl11REMENTS PN�UMATIC FASTENI�VG Faste�►ers must be corrosiar�res':stant,galvanized,or stainless steel. James Hartlie products can he hand nailed or fas:ened with a pneumatic tool. Electro-galvanized are acceptan�e b�t may exhib�t�remature carrosion. Pne�mat�c fastering is highly recommendea.Set air pressute so that the James Hardie recc:nr�ends tne use of G:�ali:y,hot-dippetl qalvan�zed r.ails. fa5'.erer!s driven snug with the sur`ace of.:�e.rim.A fl;�sh�o:�nt attachmer.t James Hardie is not responsible for the corrosion resistance of faste�ers. nn the pneumatic toal is recor�mer.ded.This wil?heip c�ntrol me depth the 5tain;ess steel'.a5:eners are recarrmendetl when installing,lames Hardie nuil is t,r�v�:;: If s.F,T:in�triE;n�ll�if;�trE pr�ves diffir.ult,choose a setting that products nea�the acean,large hod?es a`water,a�ir.very humid clima*.es. under ilriv��;thct;�a�l. (C�rivc!►ru1Nr driven naiEs snug wi[h a smuotr,f�Cetl h�imrric;; [3:e;.nuF apply ir,r ins�i�llatio�Fo stcel traming). Manufacturer5 af ACQ a�d CA preservative-treated wood reco�mend spacer materia!s ar oi�er p!�ysical barriers to prever?t direct cortact of AGQ �'�'�"`"�"`""a"�" �'—"'��"'"`i"—" or CA�reservative-treated waou and al�minum products.Fasteners u5ed Flush Snug Flust� to attach Ha�dieTr!m;abs ta preservat;ve-treated wood sha'I oe af hot � � � di�ped zinc-coate�galvanized steel ar s!ainless steei and in accordar,ce to � � � 200°IRL R317.3 or 2009 iSC 23Q4.9.5.° �«� do not do not DO HOT Figure A Rgure B aver dr�ve under STAPE� Finish Nail Slding Nail slding nails dnve nails FACE NA�LING REQUIREMENTS Use 2 ir�.minirr�r'�16 ga,fi^ish n2ils ta att�ch HardieTrim boards to wood frame cor5:rucct�or.ET&F or equ!vale!�t fasteners or screws�ay he used to attach HardieTrim 5oards to steel frame construction. Faste�ing instructions are siri�ar fnr all appiicatinns.When using finish na'is,pesi`For naii5�o close�than�12 i�,from the edges of tne trir^and far a'I other fasteners ro closer than 314 in,Fasteners m�st�e no closer than i in.from ends of trim and spaced a maxlmum of 1 B in.O.C. Ensure trirr is aueguateEy fastened. James liardie recommends�sing sta�nEess steel finish nails when in5�alling Hard'ezrirr.products. I�inimum fastener guide for finish naili�g: piywoad ar ?re-buitt corner Site Built Camers Other areas(e,g.win�ow water-resistive trim,and banc boards� 0S6 s�eathing parrier 1 nai[every?6 in.to attach boads 1 in.from � 4 in. ��;er+1 nail every�fi In.each board 6 in. ��ail every i 6 in.ta attach b�a�ds 2 nails every 16 in. 2 nails every 16 in. ends ta eiher+2 nails every i 6 in.ea�7 baard � &in. - 3 nails every 16 in. 3 nails every 16{n. '2 m. - 4 nails every 16 in. 3 nails eve 16 in. ; Use a 2 in.f'nish eail to fasten trim together. �onger finish nails may 6end. , �6 i�� �'�•+ � ; � - - � .� �., ��� I .� �8� ��..s"`•. .., .. �,,�-,,`�, e,,.�` \.�,--.. � Q p = � �.� � I �f� � �.30 , u�. ,�',�\��` , °p���9,'�•�.�,`�•�.°^Y'P1sc i�•�,y':`• Sf ' a n•� 'a:a�. �\ o`�o.,r'.° . . . , r o o a f`£ � °��' �°o�o n°n Yertical trim may be installed ' ' ' ` �.� . ��'witl�a 1/4 in.min.clearance* Figure 11 '.,�` Leave a minimum 118 in.gap between the siding and trim,then caulk. 'Follaw all appilcabie codes when ir.stalling HardieT�m boards � �sif jameshardiepros.com for the most recent versian. ���9����9 $� �' HardieTr€m�Boards INSTALLATION TREMM�NG GORNERS j TRIM APPLICATIUN FOR WINDOWS, DOURS&OTHER OPENINGS When installing co�ners or other vertical t�im, FlasF�irg over t�im is required per code for ail i�s'�E€atio�!me`_:�ods,;f!g�re 14) position boards o�tFe wall a�d at�.ach;figure 12). Pre-Built Corners F9gure 14 A:ternativel ,cerRers can he p�e-bu'It o�`the wall ._--- water- u5ing 2�n.Yfinishin�na�ls.�ach side of ihe pre-buiit ° ° �e��� COfR2!fT?USt be secured tc the wall(figu�e 13), �o nc� - Figurel2 eaulK2lo.^,g HardieTrim — siding g��5iding tap edge �� Trlm the openfr.g prar .`.ashing t�ihe installaiian of the �,��r OVef��m .•.--y-a- Y �' siding.Pasltlor.trim st�ds � �{ hoards on lhe wall aad seCure.Rllow proper � fastener spaeir.g at edges and ends. ! 16 in.max. , l u .�._ t Butt tv Siding 2 i!:.S�r�Sh h3�� Figure 13 • Harimntal Flashing ' corner I sluds � ND?E:Fof�ow your windowldoor manufacturer's instal:atior! ! instr�ct�ons far cz�l�cing guidance belween wir,dnw and trim. i I leave a minimum 118 in.gap 6eiween iI s'.ding enu trir�,,then caulk. � ' 2 ie.Fln'sh nail BAND BOARD FRIEZE BOAliDS Figure 16 For band baard water resistive barrier HardieTrim�oards can applications,a flashi�g is be used as frieze board, requi�ed ave;the trir�, (`igure 16} {figure 15) Figure 15 I f��ap sitl;�g shea`hing � �� � �I �/4 in.gap b:oc�cinglsupoort HardieTrim if�egulreu I frieze board � �'[�12rf�R1 I �_ frieze board I f�ashing • I �--HardieTrim board k . Shim � . � behintl i4 �im ; '�ca�:��c if requi�ec Butt-ta Siding Trim aver Siding �� HardlePlark II 'a;,sid,�g ' � Visit jarneshardiepros.ca�n for the mosk recen#v�rslon. TR15o9_P419 O9M9 67 Ha�i�lrirr�"'��ard� BATTEN B�ARDS �'i�urt.T'/ �l Il�rdiE�7iim �� HORIZONTAL PANEL JQINTS � � ..•- Es��f,�:�� At horizankal panel joirits Hardie'Trim battens mu5t be , upper panel instalfed according ro ap�on 1 or 2 below.When �` [x���ot'i`�i".�';G' installing HardieTrim Battens horizorrtally,they must be ,I � Cauik ins#alled as a pa�el joint aocording to option 2, �� .. -.. � Fgu P�17-No horizorit�E aar,i?a��rd-N�ke a�?.5-45 � � z-easnin�4 degree weat�er cut,in�h4 iiardieTr�m SaCen,jus[abnv� a the i14 in.clearance befvr�e�+p�els. I� iower � , , Panel QpSEOn 2 f i Figure t8-HorimntaE Band 8aard-Instai�a horimntal •j band board at ihe top of the botfom panel.Butt tt�e fower + ° batten�O the band baard and start the top batten at the I �; ,�-. bottom edge of tfte top pa�el.Nlain�in a:/Q ln. �. '�" clearance above horimntal flast�ir�g, �:��"`��� �=',;_ _ ��' �� . i ..__�_._.--._..._______� i I�gure 18 _ I � ifarriieliim E �x��, �,��,�;����,di po nnt 114 in.yap � � C.aulk ,.�,W �. ._ ._ i ''�`V"!_�fl�hir�. �I Hanlicirim H:�tten .��� ����I ��: i . _xy,����. —�. ;,¢,• _ '.*��,.�=� —� — � E ! j � E � �lisl4 Jameah�rdlepr�s.r��tor 3he t�ost�ea�E re�rslan. TRt 50�_P5I9 o9n 9 68 ' ' Hard'ee�rim�Boards ..:f ' FASCIA HardieTr�m 6oard is a decorative non-load hearing t�im pro�uct.�a nat use HardieTrim to replace any structural component. HardisTn^��oards ca�be fastened direc:ly over a 2x 5u�-fasc�a ar tlirectly to rather tails.Check local�u'rld:ng code�or relevant codas. Option 1 Over suh-fascia:(fi�ure 19} When ins;�lErtg Nardie"rim bcards over solitl 2x sub`ascsa;:se rr.in:m;�m 2 in.,?8 gauge corrosian resis.ant fnis�nails,(seE fastenerguide belo� �cf:n� F'igure 19 � �-_ roof�nderlaymen`. raaf �— shea�in9 ~�� GutteCs: � � dnp e�ge`;ashing James Hardie recommends the use of rafn gutters whenever possi�le. Qa nat attach gu�ters directly to HardieTrim Use g�tter hangers that attach through the roof sheathir�g into a rafter tail ar ot�er stru�tura;me�nber. roof fr�r�:^g Soffit Ha�dieTrlm board Whec installing HardieSoffit additional framinglblackirg may be needed depending o�app!ication.Refer to HardieSotfi;installation su6 fasc,a instr�ctions for guida�ce. Hard;eSoffit Panel Option 2 Direct to rafter tails:(figure 20) When installErg HartlieTri�baards without the p�esence of a 2x su�-fascia,a minimum Sd sitling carrosion res'sstant nails must be used to attach HardiaTrim boa�ds �0 NOT use f:r?ish�a;ls,(refer to fastener gurde 6efan�. Fascia�as#ener Guide Figure 20 Hard'eTrim pirect to Rafter Over 2x Sub-fascia Baad ����$�SidElEg) (Minimum 2 in,16 ga,Finish nails) Roofing s in. Z nails every rafter spaced max 2 nai�s spaced�aximum Root 2�in. O.C. 16 in,O.C. sheath�ng �� a�� 3 nails every rafter spaced max 3 na�`:s space�maximum under;ayment 24 in. O.C, 16 in.O.G. Style"D:' 10!n. 4 nailS SpaCed maximum Roof Framing �ripeage 16 in.O.C. Fiasr�i^Q HardieSo�it Hard!eTrim Panel �0�� � Yisit jameshardiepros.cam for the most receM versfon. T915�9�9 09l19 69 � I• °' �' " Hard'eeTr�m�Boards HARDIETRIM�TABS FASTE�lER REQUIREMENTS Far Gorners,Banu Baards,Wir�dows,and Qoor Applications: H2�deTrim baards may be installsd with HardieT imT"' Fla:Tabs a�d HardieTrimT"'Corner Taos which provide corcealed fas,ening.Cnly Har�;eTrir��°zt antl Comer Tabs can be used wlth HardieTrim boards to create a conceaEed fastenir:g, Step 1: A;tach Hardieir�m F!at Tabs to the back side ef f"e tr:m�sing four,�8 ga.112 ir,�x'14�n,lN narraw crown ccrrosion resista�t st�ples,eqca!Ey spacetl;n one�ow,positioned ro clnser than'/2 ir�,fram t im edges usirg a pneuma[c s.aple guc.(fpgures 2�,22) 5tep 2: Fa�wood fi-aMe constnact�on,attach tne fr'im to the bui;��ng with minimum 2,6d siding nauls`asfiene�t�rough the NabieTrim F[at Tabs(figure 23).ET&F or eq�:'valent faste�ers may be used to attach the!-larafieirim Flat Tabs to steel irame oor!str�ct!on, Faste�er spacing will vary based an appffeation. Refer to',as.ener tabie on page 9. Re'e�to spec:`ic sections:,n trese instr4ctians f�r req�ired fas�ener spac�r:g�y applicatian (windaw,band�oard,�tc.) Far Fascia,fiake,and�rieze board Applicatians: Hard'eTrf�:abs cannot be used in fascia,ra:ce,or frieze board app!ications.Fallow Face rai:ing fastening spec:fications. Insta[lation of HardieTrim tabs in Coastal Regio�s: James Hard!e requires that stainles5 stee�;stzples&f�steners he used when instalfng�fard�eTrir�Tabs ir coastal regians, Installation af HardieTrim Tahs o�er Pressure Treated Lumber.HardieTrim tabs s II not come in di�ec�ecnt�ct with ACQ ar CA preservaEive-`_reated wood,Refer to ihe General Fastening sectiQn of this doc�srre�t for further fnforr�atior. HardEeTrim boards with ColorPlus Technalogy:Rerraue tl-e laminate sheet as soon as poss�ble a�`er attaching the frim to the building. U��1�2��' Fasten 4 staples mir,�rr.ur�Ya i?�.,rom trim edge �Mir,2 in. f Figure 23 Figure 21 ~� -- - ---- Fas6en HardieTr;m RaCk VI£W F'at Tab� �- mEnimur�7/`fi in. � 16 iR.p.C.max-: OSB wi�mir.2,6� Q HardieTrim Flat Tabs sding nails 00 00 Flgure 22 Fron4 view 00 Figare 24 Trim Applicatian for Wi�dows, � �aors&Other apenings Trim�e open;ng pr�or*o the ins�llation of�e siding.Place a FfatTa6 at the end of each:r�m Flush Hardiei�m Rat ard Comer Tebs board and or�e ta6 every 16 in,OC.At�ach thg �ana�er�m� � � trim boa�ds and FlatTabs around the openir. as c�me�T� f�) 5hown ir.'�gure 24.Use 16 ga.gaNan¢ed 2 in. � lang finish nails to ensure proper fastering if � Sid?ng ra!i oa not Or.�y use sta�les to n���. � i�l a:#ac�es tab u��er faster:Har�EeTr;m Fiat and , to the wall. dr:ve aails. Carner?ahs to the trim�aa�ds. I J r � O yOTE: Fallow your window/door manu'acturers installatlar InsGuctiorss for caulking guidance 6elween w!ndow and trlm. � Visit jameshardiepras.com to�the mpst reCent versEan. TR1509�719 091�g 70 � �r Hardie�rim�Boards TRIMMING CORNERS When using Nardie;rim tabs prebui!d ou:side corners off the wa�l. • AttacE�!-Ea;dieTr,'m Co��er Tabs te the 6ack side af the trim using eight($)-18 ga.1/2 in.L x 1/4 in.W narrow crown corros�oe res�star.t s:apies u5ing a pne�matic s#apler.Er.sure the HsrdieTrim Carner Tabs are fastened tigrt ar�d s:raight to the trim boards.(figure 25) • For woad frame construct�on,attach trim to buildi�g�sing min.6d siding nails fastened:hro��g�the HardieTr=.m Corner Tabs a:tac�ec to minim�m 7/':6 in.056*.(figure 2fi) • Attach a HardieTrim Carner Tab� `n.fra;�eacf�ends and every 20 in,O,C, • TIP;Greating a jig`or the wark 5taticr.is�eeommended to ensure corners are fastene�secure{S�ard straight.(figure 27� Figure 25 Figure 26 Figure 27 � Fasten 2 fn.x 9 in. �Car�ers�uds CornerTalu \ �\ timberblocks to a work hench { l[se 4 staples per pieCe �� fbmer Tam ! of trim tn fasten the � _��}—�� ` L-shaped�6 5o tl�e - pre-bui:t camer.flse the rtail Ilne an tl�e � tabs as a guide. �merTab 5iding nail HardieTrim� Fasten 2 in.x in.stud ta the tlmher ocks BAN� BOARD Termi�ate ends of the Band Boartl irta T�im or Siding or miter cut the edges of the trim at the comers a�#he�uilding.Place a HardieTrim F;at Tab 2t the end of each trim board ard or.e tab every s:ud at a maximum of�6 in.O.C, The HardieTrim Flat Tabs sho�ld he attached to the trim in an al#ernating pattern to the top a^�6ottom of the band board {figures 21,22}. Use?6 ga.gaEvanzed 2 in.lo�g f`.nish nails ta ensure proper faster.ing if needed. Trim Tab Fastener Table Rpplication �ming Materlal Fastener Fastener Max Tab 5pacing Ta6 is nailed Irtta (tab ta fram4ng} (ta6 l0 4ir�) (inches on cerder) W���� Une sd carrosian resistant slding nall {minimum G=0.42) ir,stal!ed thmugh center of tab Inta framing Four 18 ga.X 112 in. Two 4d rirtg shank corrosion resistant [ang x 1!R In.wide js Minimum pPA rated sidirtg na;Es equal!y spaced installed corrasion reslstant Flat Tab 7f!&irt.OSB ihrough iab into framing crown staples,equalEy spaced In orte row One REo.8 X 1 in.long X 0.323 in.head Minlmum 20 diameter screw(corrosian reslstan� gauge steel Insta!led through flange ir�to framing Wood Stud On eaah flange,Mstall one 6d (minimum G=D.42) ��slan reslstant slding nail through tab i�to framing For each piece of Cim, install Fo¢r t&ga.X Minimum APA rated Dn each flange,Install two 9d ring 1/2 in.lar,g l(1 f4 in. Comer Ta6 7116�� �S shank corrosion resis�fant siding nails wlde corroslon ZO througy tab into iraming res[stant croMm staples, equa[Sy space in iwo 8n each flange,Instal�one No.S X 1 in. r� Minimum 20 long X 0.323 in.head dismeter screw gauge sleel (cortosion resistant�through ta6 ir�to frsming � Vislt Jameshardlepras,cam!or the mast recer�l version. TB15o9_P8/s o9l79 71 i � '. HardieTrim�Boards FINISHING CUT EDGE TREATMENT Ca::lk,paint o�prir�s a'I`�eld cut edges.James Har�ie touch-up kits are required io,ouch-up ColarP:us products. CAULKING For best resul;s use a�Efastomeric Jo€nt Sealant complyirg wi#h AST�C920�rade VS,Class 25 or higher or a Latex Joi�t Seaian`_complying wit�ASTM C834. Ca��king/Sea:arst m:�st,be appl�ed ir,acco�dance with the caulkinglsealant�ar�ufacturer's wrii�e�instructio�s. PAINTING �0 NOT use sta!n,oil/alkyd'pase paint,or powder ceating on James Hardie P�roduc*.s..la�es Har�ie products must be painted wit�;r.'80 days for pr�med product and 90 days for�nprimed,100%acrylic topc�ats are recornme�ded,Do not paint w�en wet.�or applieatfon rates re�er ta paint manufacturers specificz:io!�s.Back-rolling is recor�mended if the siding is sprayed. COLORPLUS TECHNULOGY CAULKING,TUUGH-UP& lAMINA�E •Gare shouid be ta�cen w'�en handling and c�+�ing James Hardie�ColnrPlas�praducts.Duri�g!nstaflatian use a wet soft cloth or sa�brush to gently wipe off any residue or constructior:dust Eeft on the prad�ct,ihen rinse with a garden nose. •Tauch up nicks,scrapes ar�d rail heads�sir,g the ColorPlus�Fechnology touch-:��applicator.Toucb-up sh�ouid be usetl sparing!y. ff large areas reqc:ire tauch-up,s eplace+�7e damaged area with new HardiePlan�iap siding w'sth CalorPl�s�Technology, •Lami�ate sheet must be removed immediateEy after instalfation of each course. •Terminate non-factory cut edges into trim where passibEe,and caulk,Color m2tched caulks a�e availabie from your CaarPlus�pro�uct�ealer •Treat all other non-factary c�:edges using the ColorPlus Technology edge coaters,availabie from your CoforPlus product dea'er. Note:James Hardie does nat warrant the!�sage of tnird party touch-up or panis:.�sed as touch-up oR James Hardie ColorPius products, Problems with appearance ar performance arising from use of third qarty touch-up paints or paints used as touch-up that are not James Hardie touch-up will not be catrered undar the Jarr,es Hwrdie Color°lus L{mited Finish Warraniy. PAINTING JAMES HARUIE SIDING AND TRIM PRODUCTS WlTH COLORPLUS TEC�INOLOGY When repaintEng Co�orPl�s products,.iames Hard�e recommends the following regar��ng sur`ace preparatia�and topcoat applicatio^: • Ersure the surface is c�ean,d.ry,and free nf any dust,dirt,or mildew • l�epriming is norr�al�y not necessary •�a0%acryl�c topcoa�are recommended • �0 NOT use stair.,o�l/a[kyd base paint,or powder coating an James Hardie�Products. • Apply finish coat i�accordance with paint r�anufacturers written ins`.ructons regarding coverage,appE'cation meEhods,and application tem�er2ture • QO NOT caulk nai!head5 when u5�ng GalorPFus products,refer to the Co[arPlus to�c�-�p sectior �R1509�9l9 091t9 � ' �A�iGER M�ycause�anaer�f du�tfrom prodiwt u�mhaled Causeu dumage;olungs and��p�ratary syslem thmu�U prolanged or irpeated mhaFatior�oi dusl froni produci ReEe,r�O flie runenE product 5���+y[►afa Sheet hetare use The hazar+i assar�ated wdii fi6er;smnni ar�ses from crystalllne sdica�rasent ni lhe kust yqnerated M�acfi�l�es such as cuttino ma�muq,dnlhng,nuhoy.samrq,cnishmg,oraiha,vnse e�rac�in�f�4�r:emen�,a��d whe��IeanFng � �, up.dispi�ing u�a muv�ng tl�dus�When daing any uf tliese acim�e�m r manner iha�genur.��es�si you musf(1�cnmply wA��fha[16HR�ndard fnr silica du:�anN�x othe�ap�ii�ahle;asv.�;�1'c�taur Jame�Hardie r,ul�ng F'' insou��huas b�rgduce or hmd i�e release of dust,{3J wam o�ers m�e area m avoid'ureffihuq The duvi;4]when+sir�g mechar.ma!saw ar high speed ailhnq�aols;+xark outtlnars artd usr dust w"ectron equipm�nt.�nd(5�rf E�o '.=` amei dusi conuol.s arr arartablE wear�tlusi mashar re�iraioi thar meats N105H reawremeni�{e.�N-4:�dunt masW Aunnp ciean i�p,use a well maimsmed vacunrn and hlter epprapnate ter��rri��re�r�rabiel dus[oruse _"�� wet Hean up ineihods-�ev�r dry Swcep A WARNING:This product can e�osa you to chemicals ineluding respirable crystalfine silica,whi+�is known ta the State af Califarnia ta cause cancer.For mare informatlon go 1a PfiSWarnings.ca.rwv, REC06NRION;In a�.rorCance mth ICC•ES�valuation Report ESR-2290,rlardiePlank�''IaR s!�ir.g�s r�r•rg�,re�as a Gui�ihlr a!;d:'3:5 L',�ia'e�°c4iirc��:�+e 7acd,2��09,&�u12 Irrte�m:,�,:,z Res:_-�:�;i::e f.;•3�e-=�nd T:•,e-�'em+!y Dtvelling,a,�nd the?�F,2p09,&2L114 IMemational Buildmg{'.ode,-HardlePlank i�p sidina°s sls�reGog^ized hv apnli,,�b�n Ir:�ie*.a;iau;'�;� i��;r`L3i A�aelP:F2aa3rth R2p4R H60.2�L'R_^.S�:d:`r..:ssu�'.:a"!'�F�kS:�,Gade G_iaity. Florida�10A No.�2-U7'�A2,U.S.Dept.of Hl3U Matenals Rale�se 17.63e,Tea�as Qeaarlma�;a�I:ts.:rsnce Fm�ucl Evaiumia�EC-23,��^.af>iev��"e•�:4�cA"�3-�3-�?;anri Culifamia D�PA-Gi�.;;rs�u::::��;ts�:�::a a��o�a�cr:suNaa fur additlonal iMnrinafinr.cnn�erning t�e suitability of this praduct fer specific applir.atiora, �20�8 Jemes Harcl;e Buildlrp Produc�,Inc.All righ'��eserved TM,SM and� Praduct werraMles,safely iirformxtian xnd additional installatian � JarnesFlard�e� denole tredemarks or�egistered tredemarks of James Hardie'echnolagy Llmited, iMormatiqq,are avallahle at]ameshardlepros.com !L . . 'F; V � - Y� .r � • Concrete Tria! i��� r --.. ,•3i 1 ..i!J . . . .. r e��l�i�..�� L��6�.L:�� �� '��:5�'.�G SE�YL^�S Project: PraCast Pl�nc SenlicmS R�e ort Alo.: C-013118-2 C�ier�t: Tralongo Precest �ate: 1f3]!24'i6 Gwrtraetar: Jab No.: 18-007 Supplfer: Tralon o Mixer-Mbcer S tems PIan1 Triai Mix: 1 Whi[e T)me oF Tes� 10:30arr: Air Tem .:AM BO PM TrFal Mhc Pescri ' n: Mix 7 White Cema�� Sheet: 1 0( 1 TecMidan: Tom LI Physlcal Test R�ulta: 31um : 2-114 ._ Ueit Weight: 14$.5p#lFt3 Pereent Air: 5.0 Yield: � .. Goncnie Temp. 85 Balch Size: 118 yd3 Qty ot Cyfinders Caat; $-4 x 9 GemerN: 7S2 Lbs. Brantl: Lehl WhRe 7 e I Flne ale 140 Lba. 6rand: Brown Sand W�Ram Lemed end Sons Fl� r ate�4 ta#1UR: 1500 Lbs. Sounee: Whl�e Setxt CenW etee Gpa►se ►e �A4: 1136 Lhs. Souroe: White 3tone 91B"Cen A etes AD-bSbc9: B oz.lcwt T Slka AIr�81ke Gor . AD.fulixY: 16 oz.lnwt e: 31ka 814�-Sike Corp. +4P-Mbc9: oz. T A�-11l6[4: az. T Water. 801 Lbs. Souroe: Cit W!C Ratia: 0.40 Requtred Strength: 5Q00 psf. COMPRESSIYE STRENGT#i DATA Set Lal� CyRnder pate Age Maxlmum Fracture Compressl�re iHo, No. Riame�er Arsa Taated d LO�Id fbS. Stie I 1 1175 4.� 2/2l20'18 2 88,180 D 5,43R 1176 A.0 2l7I20i8 7 79,900 D 6.360 1177 4.D 2/7/2418 7 81,700 D 6,500 1�78 4.D 2/28/2018 28 95,320 A 7,590 1179 4,Q 2128l2018 28 95,88D A 7,630 11$0 4.0 2/28/2098 28 103,520 A 8,240 Specff�csnoer rtequfremant Mt 28 days 8,000 Cyllnder 51ze:6'x i2"�siless othsrwise notsd Slump in accord wlth ASTM C-747 FRACTURE TYPE: `' Sampled in acwM wiih ASTM C-172 Air in aeeord with ASTM C-231 A=Corre f Testad t�aecord with ASTM C�9 llnk YYt.in aeeprd wit}i ASTM C-138 B=Cone aad Spl@ Il��iant 8taMort Cast in accyrd wlth pS7M G-31 Temp Sn aGwrd wfth ASTIN C-1054 G=Gnne and Shear QCQA Lahs TnC. D=shear PresideM E=Cdumr�ar 877 Raute 4S-SchuyleMlls,�lY 12871-phone:{518)372�0&7-Fax:(518)50T-fi7'13 Prod u ct Data S h ee� Division 3 — Concrete �..������ Division 4 — Masonry ,!,�;;:J-����,:,:.�a,,;� PRODUCT NAME Lehigh White Masonry Cement,Type N • Lehigh White Portland Cement Type I Used in masanry mortar and stucco mixtures where a whike or hright • Leh�gh White Pnrtla�d CementType II/V colored mortarjoint or stucco is desired;for use in preparing ASFM C27D • Lehigh White High Early 5trength Portland Cement,Type III Type N mortar. • Lehigh Wi�ite Portland Cement—Water Repelfent Added Lehigh White Masonry Cerne�t,Type S • Lehigh White Masonry Cement,Type iV Used in white masonry mortar where the higher strength requirements • Lehigh White Masonry Cement,Yype 5 of ASTM C270 Type 5 are needed. MANUFACTUitER �,� �, QUALITY Lehigh White Cement Company - Lehigh White Portland and Masonry Cements are praduced using care- 7660 Im erial Wa F �� ��-��� ���� P Y �:` fully selected raw materEals.and rigid manufacturing sta�dards to assure Allentown,PA 183.85 � _ ��* unfform whiteness necessary when specifying traffic safety structures or Phane:610.366.4G00 expanding architectural boundaries thraugh design,coior and texture. Fax:610.366.4638 `�'* .' � � � � � info@lehighwhitecement.com 7�.: �,•'-�� , �� SUSTAINABILITY www.lehighwhitecement.com �`'� ; t�� _ LEmestone and other minerals used to produce Portland cements rar�k �4"�' `'��_��"' �' fourth in the top five most abundant elements on earth. Partland ce- PRODUCT DESCRIPTIOM p°��' '� �-L ment cancrete canstruction can signiflcantly reduce energy consumption Portland cement is the most widely �`"" �"�" � in some climates due to the thermal mass properties of the material. used tanstruction material in the world. Lehigh Cement Company has been White Portiand cernent concrete has a f�igh reflectivityvalue which helps �roducing quality portland cements since 1897. Since its founding over a cen- reduce heat isiand effects. tury ago,Lehigh has built a reputation for serving the cd�struction industry with high perforrnance products that encourage creat(vity and ensure longe�ity. STQltAGE Lehigh Cement is the foremost supplier of white cements in North America. The p¢rtland cement must be kept dry in arder to retain its quality. Bulk avaiiahle types and recommended uses af the companys cemerot products are cemenk should be stored in weather-tight bins or silos.As our masonry described under APPLICATIONS.Depending on the application,Lehigh products cements are moisture sensitive materials, bags should be kept in a dry may be speclfied in Divisian 3--Concrete or Di�ision 4—Masonry. area and stored on pallets whenever posslble. APPLICATIQNS AVAlLABILITY Lehigh White Portland Cement Type I Lehigh White Portland and Masonry Cements are avaiiahle thrvugh�a General archikectural applications include precast,concrete, cast En place, ker- network of distri6uto�s and concrete producers throughor�t the United razzo, tile grout, portland cement paint, masonry units, swimming poals and States. spas, glass fiber reinforced contrete, surface bonding mortars, ornamenta! statuary,floar tiles, concrete roof tiles, perimeter security,tast stone pavers, CAUTlON and for trafFic safety construction such as concrete median barriers, bridge portland cement when dry is non-hazardous.When in contatt with mois- parapets,guard rails,sound barrier walls,earth retaining wa!!s,reflecting curbs ture (suth as in eyes nr skinJ or when mixed with water ta make con- and other delineators. May he used as a�ase to produce vibrant colors prized crete, mortar or grout, it becomes highly caustic and will burn �as se- in almost any architectural concrete appiication. verely as third-degreeJ the eyes ar skin. Irohalatinn of dry Portland ce- ment can irritate the u�per respiratory system. E.ehigh WF�ite Portland Gement,Type fl/V Typically suitable far the same appfications as Type I cement. Formulated to WARRANTY pravide moderate heat of hydratior► and sulfate resistance, for applications �he information and statements in Lehigh technical and product infarma- wf�ere sulfates in graund waters and/or soiis are higher than normal or in mass tion are believed to he reliable,but are nat to be construed as a warrar�ty concrete work where lower heat of hydration is desired. or representatian for which the manufacturer assumes legal res�onsibil- ity. No ot�er warranty, representation, or condition af any kind, ex- lehigh White High Early Strength Partland Cement,Type!II pressed or implied (including no warranty of inerchantability or fitness Used in precast and prestressed architectural concrete,architectural concrete for a particular purposeJ shall apply. Having no control o�er the use of tement, Lehigh will not guarantee finished work, nor shafl �ehigh be iiable for consequential damages. for mare product inform�tius�or tecl���c��as�is�nce: � �wwvv.��e�r�7�in►hite;�em���m � ema�1:i�fo�lehPg�rwh�t�tc�men�.co� d�nl GYI LVF 1I i�L UL.J1 1 m yuiluGu Wliiii GLtl rxe nu, ;11U L!J Ul:l� r� UU1/UV1 �ENT�I�Y A�G�E�A4T�� ��1T�. 74 Sanc� Ro��. � Fa��s V�ilage, CT a6031. � F�: 8G0-8Z4-5485 � Fax: 8fi0�824-�816 ,�amu�r�,h, 20�T NJ'x.,Yiix�x�noalla '�ka�a�qgo P�ecast,�x�. 2243 Fitst Av�nue S�heneotady,NY].2303 ]�e: �ST�C�33 Co�a�frn.�ce D�ar Tim: p�ease accep� this �s cer�ifiea�io�, that the mate�ials you�urchase, s��eifical]�' t3�e '/" sto�r� 3/$" sto�,�, a�a�d b�oa��,az� samd. :fmm oux S�d Road qua�rry in Fa1]s Villag�, G"I`, co�,£arm to ASTM C-33 Yeq�xi�'ebpe�f.s,as vve�as Co�I�OT,��s AOT,a�d xVY'S l74'�speGifications. �il�lc�Ce�y �`'�. Aa�d x�w k'astiz,�o p�ce N��agex j' . S � ��� � '�• B�rker S�eel L�C : ,� �` '��'���i�������`�.����. . �������� 126 Pa�t Road Sauth � �'�` � . Aiba.ny, NY 12242-�.087 ' .. . � . ... ; N�t�+�t�ad Str�r���t.ia��l ��r�rNca. � i i � i D�t�: January 16,2017 GEIVTi.EMEfV: Reinfotclr�g Bars f�r this proJect wFll canfivrm ta ASZ'M A6i5, Grade 6Q la�est revis�os�. AST'M A775JA77SM—q7b 5tandard speci�ication far Epaxy-Coated s4eel Rei�tarcing Bars, Wefded Wire Fabric forthis praject wfl�canform to AS"I'M A18S, lat�st�evision. CerEifi�d M�il Test Reports af IV�echanica!F�rop�rties&C�emicaf Carnposittor�wil[be prov�ided fflr eath shipment. Very truly yaurs, �e� d�g�d ' Pete O�t�rgaarcf,RebarSaf�s Manager � }iarris Reb�r Ph��e:�518-465-522�, •�ax:51$-�465-�224 Praduct Data Sheet Edition 10.10.2D14 5ika'AfR Sika� AIR Air Entraining Admixture Descriptian 5ika`AIR admixture is an aRueous solution of organic materials.Sika'AIR meets the requirements of ASTM C-260 for air entraiRing admixtures. Applications Sika°AIR is recotnmended for use whenever air entrained concrete is desired. �teady-mix, precast and f�lock producers can achieve predicta6le and uniform entrained air contents in concrete,e�en where harsh lean mixes are used or fly- ash is added to the concrete. Benefits Durability: ■Aic entrainment is recagnized as the most effective prevention against concrete scaling in exposed er��ironrr�ents.Air entrair�ed concrete delivers particular benefts in the forrrt of�ncE-eased concrete durability.This is important in colder climates where frost and freeze-thaw cycles can cause scaling anc! damage to#he concrete surface. ■ Air entraining agents hel{�to pre�ent scaling by creating m9croscopic air voids that water trapped in the cancrete can expand into when the concrete freezes, thus pre�enting cracks causec! 6y the naturaf expansian, Entrained air voids in the concrete will also increase durability in harsh en�ironme�ts where concrete is expased to deicing salts, marine salts and sulfates. ■ Workability and placea6ility are alsa improved by the lubricating action of the microscopic bubbles in the concrete. Concrete wi!!#law better,and bleeding and shrinkage will be reduced because fess water is needed to obtain the cfesired workability, How to Use Dosage Dosage rates for Sika'AIR wif!typicaily fa�f between 0.25 and 3 fl.oz per 1�0 Ibs. (16-195 ml/100 kg)of cementitiaus to entrain between 4 and 6 percent air. Higf�er air co�tents may be obtained by increasing the dasage rate. Dosage rates will vary depending on the air content requiTed far a particular projec#.Ty�ical�y air contents will be specified in the range of 4 to S percent by vofurrze. Ot�er factars that may affect the amaunt of air entrained into the cancrete including total cemen#itious content,type of pazzolanic materials,sand gradation,salt/clay in aggregates,temperature and water content.The use of fly ash, particularly high LOI fly ash,can result in a higher dosage of air entrainrnent. 5ika recommends that trial mixes be perforrrted whene�er material or any other changes are made that may affect the amount of entrained air. In mixes requiring a lower or higher amount dosage rate, please co�tact your local Sika representati�e or Sika's technica!service department at 1-800-933-745�#or further in#ormation. 0 �` }y PRIOA TD EACH USE OF ANY SIKA PRODUCT,THf USER MUST ALWAYS REA�qNp FpLLOW 7HE WARNINGS AND _ �` INSTRUCTIQiYS ON THE PRO➢UCT'S MOST CURRENT PRODUCT DATq SHEET,PRODUCT LABEL ANO 5�9FE7Y DATA SNEET WHICH ARE AUqILABI.E OMLINE AT HT7p://USA.SIKA.LOM/OFi BY CALL�NG SIKA'S TECHN[CAL SEAVICE DEPARTMENT AT 80D�933-7452. IVOTHING CONTAINED IN ANY 51KA MATERIALS RE�iEVE5 THE LI5fR OP 7HE 0$LIGATIOItl TO REAA ANp FOLLOW TNE WARiYIHGS API�iNSTRUCTIQN FOR EACH S1KA PROOUCT AS SET FdRTH � EN THE CURREN7 PRODUCT�ATR SHEET, PRdaUCT LABEL AND SAFETY QATA SHEE7 PRI�R TO PRODUCT USE. Mixing Measure the required quantity per batch manually or with automatic dispenser et�uipment.Add Sika`AIR to mixing water or sand, Do not mix with dry cement. WMen Sika'AIR is used in combinafion with other admixtures,tare must be taken to dispense each admixture separateiy into the mix. Combinafior�with�ther Admixtures: Combination with other admixtures, particularly water reducers and retarders, may increase the arriaunt of entrained air i�the mix.Air contents should be checked with an air-meter after batching and dosage adjustments made at the contrete plant. Packaging Sika°AIR is a�ailal�le in 55 gallon drums(20$liter), 275 galEon totes {1Q4D iiters} drums and bulk delivery. Storage and Shelf Life 5helf life when stored in dry warehouse conditians between 50"F and 80°F (10°C-�7°C)is 1 year. Sika'AIR should be stored at abo�e 40"F(5°C), lf frozen,thaw and agitate thoroughly to return to norrnaf state. Typical Data Appearance DarkAmber L�quid Specific Gravity Approx. 1.01 KEEP CDMJMiIYE�i 71GHTLY CWSEU•KEEP Ol1T OF RFACH OF LHILDREIY•l40T FOR INfERNAL CONSUMP'TION•FOR INDIfSfRIAL i35E ONLY• FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY All fnforrt�adon provided hy 5ilm Cnrporation{"Sika")con�rning Slke products,including but nvt limited to,arry recommendations and advice relating ta the appliotfon and use of Sika produRs,Is given In good haith based on Sika's current experience and knowfedge of its produc[s when properly stored, handied and applied under narmaf conditions in accorda�ce wlth Sika's instructions. In practice,the ditferences in materials,substrates,storage and handling conditio�s,ac[ual sfte condltions and ot�er factors outside of Sika's control are such that Sika assumes rro liabfllty for the provlslon o.'such informat3on,advice,remrnmendatinns or fnstructions related ta ks produc[s,nar sha8 arry legal reladanshlp 6e created hy ar arise from the provision of such infiormatlon,advlce,recammendatfons or 3nstructions related ta its products.The user of the Sl�a product{s)must test t�te product{s}for suitability for the intended application and purpnse be(ore proceeding with the full sppllratlon of the product(sf.Silca reserves the rigtrt to change the proper[les of lts products wkhout notice.AI!sales af Slka product�s)are su6ject ta its currerrt terms and co�ditions of sale whlch are available at http://usasika.wm/or hy caEling 8UD-933-7452, 5fka war:aMs thls produd for ane year frnm date af installation to be free from manufac:uring defects and to meet ihe teshnlwl propertles on the currerrc Praduct 6ata Sheet if used as dlrected wishln shelf life. User deroerrnines suirability pf produc; for intended use and assumes all risks.9uyer's sole remedy shall de limited to the purchase price or replacemeM of product exclusive of lahor or cast of la6or. N04THER WAR W1N71E5 FJIPRESS OR IMPLIED SHALLAppLY INCLUDING ANY WARRANiY OF MERGHANTABIEITY OR FRNESS FORA PARTICULAR PURPOSE.SIKJhSHALLNOTBEI1ABLf UN�ERANY LE@ALTtiEORY FOR SPEdALORCON5EQUEMIAL�AMAGES.5lKASHALLPIOTBE RESPONSIBLE Fpff THE USE OFTFIIS PRO�UCflN A MANTIERTO INFRINGE ON ANY PA7ENT OR ANY OTHER IMfELLECNAL PROPERTY RIGliTS HELD BY OTHEflS. Sika[orporatian Sika Canada Inc, - 2USPolitoAvenue 601,DeImarAvenue ��� �++'°� Lyndhurst,NJ 07071 Pairrce-Ciaire,QC H9R 4A9 r�a � Phone: (207,}933-8806 Phone: �514)697-2610 �° � � Fa�r (201)933-b225 Fax: (514�6973087 �'�O1J'`� � usasika.rom wn.slka.com � Regianal I�ormation and5ales Ce�rters.For the 3ocation of your nearest Sika representaHve,corrtact your reglonal ceMer. U.S.: Northeast:Fairiess Hills,PA,Phone:(215]295-6500 North Central:Ottawa,IL 61356,Phone:(815�431-1480 Soutli Eart:Conyers,GA,Phone:p7U)76o-23�0 South Central:Mesqulte,T%Phone:(472J 289-648� Westem Reglon:Sa�Fe Springf,CA,Phone:[972)289-6480 �� OCanada; Onta�Po:Mlsslssauga,ON,Phona(9USj 795-3177 Al6erta:Edmordon,AB,Phone:(780f 48&6111 R Quefity GNfiationNum��s:�yndhurse Fh7�711(iso 5000y qN 7ust1�p5 90006 Marlore FM W715,Nanwo Olry:FM 6BiR7,5anm H9prYg:FF�169408 � . PRIOR TO E4CH USE OF ANY SIKA PRODUCT,THf USER MUST ALWAYS RERD AND FDLLOW THE WANNINGS ANO , INSTRUCTfONS DN THF PRaQUCT'5 M�ST CURRENT PAODU[T CfATA SHE£T,PRODUCT LABEL AND SAFETY DRTA SIiEfT WHICii ARE AVAlLABLE DNLiNE AT HTTP://L1SA.SIKA.COM/OR 8Y CALLING 51KA'S TECHNICAL SERVICE pEPARTMEMT AT 8D0-983-7452. HOT}]ING CONTAITfEU IM A[YY SIKA MATERIALS RELIEVES 7HE 115ER dF THE ' OBLIGATIaM1t 1'O REAR AND FOLLOW THE WARNINGS ANQ INSTRUCTI�N FOR EACH SIKA PRODUCT AS SET F�RTH , . li+f THE CURRENT PRdOUCT�ATA SHEET,PRODlJCT LkBEL AM1lP SAFETY DATA SNEEF PRIOR TO PRODUCT USE. Prodact Data 5heet Editivn 10.10.2014 5ika'ViscoCrete"-6100 Sika� ViscoCrete��61�� High Range Water Reducer Description Sika'ViscoCrete'-6100 is a high range water reducer ar�d superplasticizer uti�izing Sika's 'ViscoCrete"palycarboxyfate poEymer technology.Sika'ViscoCrete'-b100 meets the requirements for ASTM C-494 Types A and F and AASHTO M-1.9�4�Fypes A and F. Applications Sika'ViscoCrete'-6100 is designed for canventianal precast/prestress applications, and rnay also be used for the production of 5elf Consolidating Concrete�SCC}.Sika' ViscoCrete'-6100 is a high range water reducer that provides excellent plasticity,and may be com6ined with acce�erator or retarder admixture to control the set time and slump li�e. Benefits Water Reduction:5ika•ViscoCrete'-6300 can he dosed in small amounts ta abtain water reduction from 10-15%,and wili achie�e water reduction up to 4596 at high dosage rates. Sika'ViscoCrete'-6100 is suitable far afl le�els of water reductior�. High Plastitity and Cohesion:The superp�asticizing adion of Sika'ViscoCrete'-6100 provides high-slump,flowing concrete that maintains excellent workability,and may be placed with minimaE or no vibrat�on e�en at�ery low water cernent ratios as low as 0.25.Sika'ViscaCrete'-6100 maintains exce�lent cohesion within the concrete matrix, and eliminates excessi�e bleeding or segregation.The unique p[asticizing effect of ViscoCrete'-61�0 provides excellent formed surface finis�.The combined high range water reduction and superplasticizing action of Sika'VistoCrete'-6100 pro�ide the fo�lowing benefits in hardened concrete: ■Higher early compressive strengths for earfier removal of forms and structural use of cancrete. ■Higher ultimate strengths allow for greater engineering design fEexibility and structural economies. ■Reduced water cement ratios produce mare durable,dense cancrete with reduced permeat�ility. ■Highly effecti�e plasticizer reduces surface defects in concrete elements and impro�es aesthetic appearante. ■Ideal for the praduction af Self Cansolidating Cancrete. - - It has been formulated to pro�ide maximum water reduction,increased early strength, � impro�ed finishing characteristics,especially when a broam is desired. Sika'ViscoCrete•-6100 daes not contain formaldehyde,calcium chforide or any other ' intentianally added chlor€des,and will�ot initiate ar promote the corrasion of steel present in the concrete. How to Use posage Dosage rates wi�l�ary accord9ng to materials used,ambient conditiorss and the requirements of a specific project.Sika recommends dosage at 3-S fl.oz. per 100 Ibs. [195-520 ml/100 kg)of cementitious for general concrete applications. If maximum water reduction is required dosage up to 12 fl.az./1001bs.(780 ml/100 kg}of cementitious may be used. � � � � PRfpR TO EACH U5E OF ANY SIKA PRODUCT,THF 115ER MUST ALWAYS R£AD AND FOLLOW THE WARNINGS AND � '' � iNSTBUCTIOMS ON THE PROULICT'S MOST CURRENT PRO�UCT DATR SHEET,PRODUCT LABEL AND SAFETY DATA SHEET WHICH ARE AVA[LABLE OAfLINE AT HT7'P:IIUSW.5IKA.COl1q�OR 6Y CALLING SIKA'S 7ECHNICAL SERV[CE DEPARTMENT AT 800-933-7452. NOTHING COM1[TAINED IN A�EY SIKA MATERIALS RELIEVES THE USER OF THE _ 08l1GATlON TO READ AND FQLLOW YFfE WARNINGS ANR IN5TRUCTIDN FUR EACH SI](A PRUPIJCT A5 S�T FQRTH I^ � _ . IN THE CURRENT PROpUC7 pAl'A 5HEET,PR4DUCT�ABEL ANQ SAFETY QATA SHEET P!t[�R TD PROD[1CT USE. Dosage rates outside the recommended range may be used where specialized materials such as microsilica are specified,extreme ambient conditions are encountered or unusual project conditions rec�uire special consideration. Please contact your Sika representative for more infarmation and assistance. Mixing For best superplasticizing results,acld 5ike'ViscoCrete'-fi100 directly to freshly mixed concrete in the concrete mixer at the end of the 6atching cycfe.Sika•ViscoCrete'-6100 may also be dispensed as an integral material during the regular admixture batching cycle,or inta freshly mixed concrete in a Ready Mix truck,at the concrete plant or at the job site. To optimize the superplasticiziRg effect after the addition of 5ika'ViscoCrete'-6100,Sika recommends that the combined materials i�e mixed for 8(]-1UU revolutions either in the concrete mixer or in the Ready Mix truck. Combination with Other Admixtures:Sika°ViscaCrete'-b10D is highly effective as a singfe admixture or in comb�nation witi�other admixtures in the Sika system.ff used in cambination with certain 5iicament'high range water reducers it may affect the plastic properties af fresh concrete,Pfease contact a Sika representative for further information. Combination with Microsilica:Sika'ViscoCrete'-6100 is particularfy well suited for use with microsilica because of its water reduction capability. Packaging S9ka'ViscoCrete'-6100 is available in 55 gallon drums(208 liters),275 gallon totes(1040 liters]and bufk deiivery. Storage and 5helf Life 5ika'ViscoCrete'-5100 should be stored at above 40'F(5°C).If frozen,thaw and agitate thoroughly to return to norma3 state. Shelf life when stored in dry warehouse conditions between 4D°F and 8D°F(5°C-27°C) is 1 year.Protect from direct sunlight. 7ypical bata Appearance Amder Liquitl Spetific Gravity Approx. 1.Q8 �� +�� REEP CON'fAINER TIGHTLY CLOSEU•NEEP 011T OF HEAtH 6F CHILDREN•NQT FOR IiVTERNA!CONSUMPTlON•FOR fNUUSTBUII USE ONlY• FOR PROFESSIONALl15H ONlY - All informatlon provlded by Sfka Carporatlon("Sika"J ton�m3ng Sika praducts,Encluding but nat limlted to,arry recommendations and advice reiatlng to the applirafion and use of Sika products,Is glven In good fa!th based on Sllm's current experlence and knowfedge of i[s products wlien properly stored, handfed and appiied under normal canditians In accordance wlth Sika's instructians. In practice,the dliferences In materials,substrates,storage artd handling wnditlor.s,adual slte cnnditions a�d other factors outs`.de of Sika's convel are such that Slka assumes no IfaySlity(or xF�e pr�vision af such tnformation,advlce,recorrsmendations or instructfons reiated tn Its products,nor shall any legal relatlonshlp be created by ar arise from the provision of such information,advlce,reoommendations or instructions related to fts products.The user of the Sika product(s)must test the product(s)for sulmbility for the intended appllcation and pu:pase before praceeding wRh the full appllcatlon af:he product�s},Sika reserves the Mght to change the propertles aF ks products wFthout notice.All sales of Slka product(sE are subJect to fts currerEt terms and corsditions of sale which are availahle at http://usasilm.00m/ar 6y ralling 8�933-7452. Silw wartarrts thls product far one year from date of Irtstallation to 6e free from manufacturing defects and ta meet the technlcal propertles on the current Product oaW Sheet If used as directed wlthln shelf life. User determines sulta6111ty aF product for i�rtended use and assumes all risks.Buye�'s sole remedy shal!be limited to the purchase pr�ce or replacemeM of pradact exclusWe of labor ar cost of labor. Np QTHER WARRANTiES EXPRESS OR IMYLIED SHALlAPPLY INGiU01NG ANY WARRANTYOF MERCHANTABlLRY OR FI7NE55 F'OR A PARf1ClJLAR PURPOSE.SIKASHALI NUT BE IIABLE UNOERANYlEGAL7HEORY FOR SPECIALOR CONSEqUENTlALDAMAGES.SIKASHAI.Lh1qT BE RESPRNSISLE FOR THE USE OF THIS fRODUCT IH A NU4NNERTD INFRINGEON ANY PAiENTOR ANY OiHER INTELLELTUAL PROPERiY RIGHiS HEL�BY OTHFRS. Slka Wryontlan Sika[anada Fnc. 2�1Po13toAvenue 601,belmarRvenue �$_ Lyndhurst,N107071 Pofnt�Claire,QC H9R 4A9 ` � Phone: (201f 933-8800 Phone: �514�fi97-2610 �sroNs�a�F c,u�€ FaM: (201)933-6225 Fa�c; (514}6973U87 � usaslka.com canstlm.wm A Reglanal lntarmatfon and Sales Centen.For Yhe lo[ation of your nearest SEka represerrtative,co�tac[your regional cente� U.S.: NortheasL•Falrless Hllls,PA,Phone:(215)295-6600 Nvrth Centrel:Ottawa,IL 6135D,Phone:(815]431-lOSO Soutli Easl:Co�ryers,GA,Phone:(770)7fiU�1300 Sauth CeMrdl:Mesqu(te,17(,Phone:{972j 269-fi48U We�tem Reglon:Santa Fe Springs,Cp,Phone:{972)aS9-6480 e 4 Canada: Ontario:Misstssauga,�N,Phone:(905}795-3A77 /Yl6erta: Edmorrtory AB,Phone:[78Uy 48E6111 � quatllyit�tlfleptlen Numhps;LyndhNret:FA189711�ISO 9000�,FM 70411(QS 9U00�,MiNorc FA1 BS7I5,ffanns�ly:FM�f07,S�nn Fe SprYKs:FM fi99n8 � PRIOR TO EACii U5E OF ANY SIKA PRODIlCT,TNf USER MU57 ALWIIY5 READ AND FDLLOW TH£WARNINGS AN� INSTRUCTlQNS ON THE PRO�UCT'S MUST CURRENT PRD�UCT�ATA SHEET,P1tOpUCT LABEL AM1lU SAFETY DATA SHEET WIiICN ARE qVAILABI.E ONLIME A7 H7TP://USA.SIKA.COM�OR 6Y CALLING SIKA'5 7ECHNICAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT AT 800-933-7452. 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