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DETAILS Kansas City International Airport Kansas City, MO The experience that comes from an air- port can leave a lasting impression on the passengers about the airline, city, or even the country being visited. For this reason, airports are taking more con- sideration into the design, aesthetics, and comfort of their buildings for the passengers that visit their terminals. The Kansas City International Airport is an airport that wanted to make their Beige K-13 ® 1” Thickness

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  • PROJECTKansas City International Airport

    Kansas City, MO

    DETAILSBeige K-13

    1 Thickness

    PROJECT DESIGN SOLUTIONSAIRPORTS

    The experience that comes from an air-port can leave a lasting impression onthe passengers about the airline, city, oreven the country being visited. For thisreason, airports are taking more con-sideration into the design, aesthetics,and comfort of their buildings for thepassengers that visit their terminals.

    The Kansas City International Airportis an airport that wanted to make their

    terminals as appealing and functionalas they underwent some required reno-vations. The airport had to undergoabsestos abatement throughout theairports terminals to make the entireairport safer for the passengers and em-ployees. After the removal of the asbes-tos, Beige K-13 was to be installed foracoustical and thermal insulation dueto its fast-track installation capabilitiesand superior acoustic and thermal per-formance.

    The application process was to takeplace while the airport continued tooperate in a normal capacity. Such afeat would be next to impossible withmany insulation materials. K-13, on theother hand is non-toxic and can be ap-plied in a short period of time. The

    Beige K-13 was applied to the KansasCity International Airport without anyinterruption to the airports daily activi-ties and more importantly without en-dangering the safety and health of themany passengers and employees thatutilized the airport during its renova-tion process.

    Passenger terminals, baggage claim ar-eas, gyms, schools and restaurants arejust a few of the many types of projectsthat benefit from K-13 products. Con-tact International Cellulose Corpora-tion today at (800) 444-1252 for com-plete details on how K-13 can improveyour new construction and renovationprojects. Visit us on-line at:www.spray-on.com.

  • PARTIAL LIST OFSIMILAR PROJECTS

    K-13 Spray On SystemsThermal and Acoustical Insulation

    Specification GuidePART 1 - GENERAL1.01 Work Included:

    A. The work to be performed under this section shall in-clude all materials, equipment, labor and servicesrequired to install the sprayed cellulose fiber in accor-dance with these specifications and as indicated on thedrawings if applicable.

    B. A representative surface of not less than 100 square feetshall be sprayed and approved by the Architect and/orOwner prior to proceeding.

    1.02 Related Work:A. Clips, hangers, supports, sleeves and other attach-

    ments to spray bases are to be placed by other tradesprior to the application of sprayed insulation.

    B. Ducts, piping, conduit or other suspended equipmentshall not be positioned until after the application ofsprayed insulation.

    1.03 Systems Description/Quality Assurance:A. Contractor must use a total system, encompassing

    equipment, fiber and adhesive as supplied and testedby the manufacturer. No substitution may be made.

    B. Fibers supplied under this specification shall have eachbag coded with the date and lot number of manufacture,and retained samples shall be kept by the manufacturerfor not less than one year.

    C. Contractor must be licensed and trained by the manu-facturer.

    1.04 Submittals:A. Submit product data and manufacturers certificate that the

    product meets or exceeds specified requirements.B. Manufacturers written certification that product contains

    no asbestos, fiberglass or other man made mineral fi-bers.

    1.05 Product Delivery, Storage and Handling:A. Materials shall be delivered in original, unopened

    containers bearing name of manufacturer, productidentification and reference to U.L. testing.

    B. Store materials off ground, under cover and away fromdamp surfaces and keep material dry at all times.

    C. Protect liquid adhesive from freezing.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 Acceptable Manufacturers:

    A. International Cellulose Corporation12315 Robin BoulevardHouston, Texas 77045(713) 433-6701 or (800) 444-1252 FAX: (713) 433-2029

    2.02 Materials:A. K-13 Spray-On-Systems.

    1. Color shall be as indicated in Schedule 3.03. [Colorselection will affect price]

    2. Thermal Resistance values [if applicable]:Apply at minimum thickness to provide an R-value as indicated in Schedule 3.0.3

    3. Field tested bond strength report per ASTM E-736.Tested @ > 5 yearsNot less than 400 psfNot less than 600 times its weight @ 1

    4. The sprayed insulation must have been tested insprayed form by U.L. and have each bag labeled withthe reference to U.L. test results according to ASTM E-84/U.L.723:

    Tested at a minimum of 5 thickness, Class 1Flame Spread Not To Exceed 5Smoke Development Not To Exceed 5

    5. The sprayed insulation must meet appropriate Build-ing Code Requirements.

    6. The sprayed insulation must meet ASTM E-1042 7. NRC rating [if applicable]:

    Install at a minimum thickness to achieve a NRC rat-ing as indicated in Schedule 3.03

    8. Noncorrosive per UMB-80. 9. Bond Deflection per ASTM E-759.

    6 Deflection in 10 Span-No Spalling or Delamina-tion

    10. Cohesive Strength at time of application per MethodWS-2000: >700 Grams

    PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 Inspection-Preparation-Installation:

    A. The installing contractor shall examine all surfaces andreport all unsatisfactory conditions in writing to the Gen-eral Contractor and Architect. The work shall not proceeduntil unsatisfactory conditions are corrected.

    B. Provide masking, drop cloths or other satisfactory coveringsfor all materials/surfaces which are not to receive insulationso as to prevent damage from overspray.

    C. Surfaces to receive spray insulation shall be inspectedprior to application to determine if priming/sealing is re-quired to insure bonding and/or to prevent discolorationcaused by migratory stains. Prime accordingly.

    D. Installed thickness will be determined as the minimumthickness measured as per ASTM E-605 field test proce-dure. Thickness(es) shall be as listed in section 3.03 or asindicated on the drawings.

    E. The work shall be coordinated with other trades whosework may be affected or have an effect on the installationof the sprayed cellulose fiber.

    F. Installation, clean-up and curing shall be accomplishedaccording to the manufacturers recommendations andcommon construction standards.

    G. Provide natural or mechanical ventilation continuously toproperly cure the insulation.

    3.02 Protection:A. Protect finished installation under provision of section

    01500 and 01535.3.03 Schedule:

    A. Provide a schedule when insulation requires listing bycolor, insulation value, NRC values and other at-tributes.

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    Minimum 80% recycled content

    2000 ICC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. K-13 ICC. PRINTED IN USA 5M, 10/00

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