Contract Manual 2013


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Chapter 1 – Existing Wet Roof Substrate Drying:

1.0    How To Dry A Wet Roof Booklet

1.1    W.U.F.I.: How to Determine How Long Your Wet Roof Will Take To Dry
                                                                                  (Info Upon Request)

         W.U.F.I. Details (Info Upon Request)

         W.U.F.I. Samples (Info Upon Request)

1.2 Magazine Articles:
Roofing Contractor – April 2001

Roofing Contractor – May 2003

         RCI – The Exxon Headquarters (Info Upon Request)

1.3    Patented Roof Drying Explanation

1.4    Wind Uplift Low Pressure Transfer Wet Roof Drying Technique (Info 
                                                                                           Upon Request
)
1.5    Wet Roof Drying Rider (Sample)

1.6    Canadian Testing Verifying Drying of Wet Roofs

Chapter 2 – Patented Vertical Wall Venting and Drying:

2.0    Patent Write Up (Info Upon Request)
2.1    Roosevelt Mall, R1 PA (Info Upon Request)
2.2    Monmouth County Courthouse, NJ (Info Upon Request)

2.2    Vented Wall Details

Chapter 3 – How to Design Hurricane & Tornado Proof Roofs:

3.0    2001 Newsletter, April 2005

3.1    DeSoto Schools Hurricane Damage, May 2003

3.2    The Shoulder, Spanish Fort, AL. post Hurricane Katrina, August 2005

3.3    Miami Airport, 1989

3.4    Tom Kelly Investigation – Hurricane Ivan 2004

3.5    2001 Co Building Windflow Charts

3.6    Peak Pressure Coefficient

3.7    U of WI Wind Vented Roof System

3.8    2001 Company ASCE-7 Wind Codes

3.9    ASCE-7 Naval Weapons Station (Sample)

3.10   Understanding the ASCE-7 Wind Code

3.11   Hurricane Backwrap Detail

3.12   ASCE 7-98 Revised Wind Maps of the United States

ASCE 7-98 Wind Map of the United States

ASCE 7-98 Eastern United States

ASCE 7-98 West Coast United States

ASCE 7-98 Mid & Northern United States

ASCE 7-98 Southeastern United States

ASCE 7-98 Texas Panhandle Area

3.13  Wind Blown Debris Damage

Wind Blown Debris Rider SAMPLE

The Texas Tech “Wind Blown Debris Test”: Hurricane 140 Mph &   
Tornado 250 Mph

Chapter 4 – Low VOC Solvents:

4.0     Low VOC Solvents Applicator Bulletin and State List

4.1     Products (Info Upon Request)

4.2     MSDS (Info Upon Request)

Chapter 5 – Fireguard Nylon Gravel Mat:

5.1    Fireguard Nylon Gravel Mat

Chapter 6 – Slow Rise Adhesive Foam:

6.0    Spraying Tech: Dollar Store, Hazlet, NJ

6.1    Re-Roofing with Slow Rise Foam and EPS

6.2    Speed of Application

6.3    2001 Company System Roof Drying Verification (Info Upon Request)

Chapter 7 – C Channel Details:

7.0    Spring Flange and C-Channel Details

Chapter 8 – Upside Down Cover Tape Application:

8.0    Upside Down Reinforced Tape

8.1    Installation Details (Info Upon Request)

Chapter 9 – 50 Year Sustainable Roofs:

9.0    50 Year Sustainable Roof Designs

9.1    50 Year Sustainable Roof Details

9.2    Hail Damage Rider for 90+ mil C-EPDM

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