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Nelson Adams NACO

TACKABLE WALL PANEL SPECS

PART 1- GENERAL

1.01 SECTION INCLUDES 
A. Factory built vinyl-coated fabric covered tackable wall panels and associated accessories. 
1.02 SUBMITTALS A. Submit product data for each wallcovering specified. Include test reports, installation and maintenance instructions, durability, fade resistance, physical characteristics, and flame resistance characteristics. 
1.03 QUALIFICATIONS 
A. Fabricator / Installer: Company specializing in application of the work of this Section with minimum 3 years experience. 
1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE 
1. Flame spread: Not more than 25. 
2. Smoke developed: Not more than 50. 
3. Fuel contributed: Not more than 15. 
4. Core material flame spread not more than 45; smoke developed not more than 45 in accordance with ASTM E84 and CBC Section 803. 
B. Vinyl Wallcoverings: Provide vinyl wallcoverings with minimum 3 lbs. per sq. in- adhesion of vinyl film for Type I wallcoverings when tested in accordance with ASTM D75 1. Durability shall meet ASTMF793, clean ability shall meet D1308. 
C. Illuminate installation areas using the permanent lighting system; temporary lighting alone will not be acceptable. 
1.06 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING 
A. Deliver materials in packages, labeled to identify manufacturer, brand name, lot number, quality or grade, and fire hazard classification. Store inside in original undamaged packaging, in a well-ventilated area protected from weather, moisture, soiling, extreme temperatures and humidity. 
B. Schedule installation to minimize damage and soiling. Replace materials damaged prior to substantial completion. 
1.07 WARRANTY 
A. Submit a written warranty for the period of two years after the date of "Notice of Completion", executed by the installer and manufacturer, agreeing to repair or replace wall covering materials which fail in materials or workmanship within the specified warranty period. This warranty shall be in addition to and not a limitation of other rights the District may have against the Contractor under the Contract Documents. 
B. NELSON ADAMS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM ANY PRODUCT DEFECT. 

1.08 EXTRA MATERIALS 
A. Provide full-sized tackable wall panel units in each color and type used. Furnish quantity in full size units equal to 3 percent of the amount installed. Furnish vinyl covered comer guards in not less than 10' lengths equal to 3 percent of the amount installed. 
B. Factory-Built Tackable Wall Panels: Provide manufacturer's standard vinyl-covered tackable wall panels 1/2" thick, 4'-0" wide (or per specs) , and full height of room or wall unless indicated otherwise on interior elevations; with cellulose fiber insulating board, and mechanically wrapped all 4 edges, square edges, where edges are exposed. Only concealed edges do not require mechanical wrapping.

 

 1. Vinyl Wallcovering: Comply with FS CC-W-40 SA for types required. 
a. Material 54 inches wide, 21 ounces per linear yard. 
b. Mildew inhibitorized and stain resistant coated. 
2. Wallcovering color, pattern and texture as selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard. 3- Provide full height units, or unit sizes as indicated on Drawings, with no horizontal seams, from bottom to top. 

2. Tackable Wall Panels: Class 1/A cellulose fiber insulating board, conforming to requirements of ASTM C208( or per specs), meeting or exceeding Flame Spread Rating of 45 and Smoke Developed Rating of 45. 
a.Density: 16 pcf 
b.Weight: .64 pounds per square foot. 
c.Edge Treatment: Square edge unless detailed otherwise. 
3.Edge Molding: Provide metal "J-mold" type edge trim for exposed edges at door and window openings and similar conditions. 
4.Adhesives: Provide manufacturer's recommended adhesive, primer, and sealer, produced for use on substrate shown on drawings- Provide materials which are mildew-resistant and non staining to wallcovering.


PART 2 – EXECUTION

2.01 EXAMINATION 
A. Examine substrates for compliance with requirements. Make certain surfaces are free from defects and Imperfections that could show through the finished surface. 
2.02 PREPARATION 
A. Acclimatize wallcovering materials by removing from packaging in the installation area not less than 24 hours before application. 
B. Remove switchplates, wall plates, and surface-mounted fixtures where tackable wall paneling is applied. On completion of installation, reinstall items using workmen skilled in trades involved. 
C. Prime new gypsum board substrate as recommended by adhesive manufacturer to provide fill strength adhesion (guaranteed not to come loose over time). 
2.03 INSTALLATION 
A. Tackable Wall Panel Attachment: Install finished tackable wall panels in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations on substrates specified. All attachments shall be concealed. Butt panels together with tight seams, plumb and straight. 
B. Fabricate re-wrapped edges where partial panels about each other, or adjacent surfaces or trim. 
C. Re-wrap top, bottom or side edges for cutting panels around door or window openings, abutting trim, protruding objects, and at other openings, including x-cut at receptacles, light switches, and other openings. Wrap 
1. Minimum 4" around back of panel, typical. 
2. Carefully cut insulating board, leaving vinyl wallcovering intact. Wrap wallcovering tightly around edge of board and adhere continuously around back of panel with manufacturer's recommended vinyl wallcovering adhesive. 
2.04 CLEANING 
A. Remove surplus materials, rubbish, and debris resulting from wall covering installation upon completion of work, and leave areas of installation in neat, clean condition.
 

Nelson Adams reserves the right to vary specifications 
consistent with a policy of continuous product improvement.