Norm

ASTM E2112-07(2016)

Standard Practice for Installation of Exterior Windows, Doors and Skylights

103,72

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Status Definitief
Aantal pagina's 88
Commissie E06.51
Gepubliceerd op 01-01-2016
Taal Engels

1.1 This practice covers the installation of fenestration products in new and existing construction. For the purpose of this practice, fenestration products shall be limited to windows, sliding patio-type doors, swinging patio type doors, and skylights, as used primarily in residential and light commercial buildings.

1.2 This practice assumes that the installer possesses basic woodworking skills and an understanding of wall and roof construction, sheet metal work, and joint sealant practices.

1.3 This practice attempts to instruct and familiarize the installer with the concepts of both Barrier Systems and Membrane/Drainage Systems, in order to ensure the continuity of the building envelope. This practice attempts to educate the installer, builder, architect, and other users in the identification and understanding of the water shedding system of the building envelope.

1.4 This practice covers the installation process from pre-installation procedures through post-installation procedures, for single units or factory-mulled multiple units in a single opening. It does not cover the fabrication or assembly of multiple units, whether such fabrication takes place in a factory or at the intended installation site. The installer should check with the manufacturer of factory-assembled units for instructions for anchoring. When using field-mulled units, follow manufacturer's recommendations and make certain that they meet applicable codes. This practice does not cover the selection of appropriate fenestration products for a given application, nor the selection of other products or systems for use in the installation.

1.5 This practice provides minimum requirements that will help to accomplish the installation of fenestration products in an effective manner. Actual conditions in buildings vary greatly and, in some cases, substantial additional precautions may be required. In the event that the manufacturer's installation instructions provided with the product conflict with requirements of this practice, the manufacturer's instructions shall prevail. This practice is not intended to limit or exclude other new procedures that may refine or further improve the effectiveness of fenestration installation.

1.5.1 This practice is intended to be used for background information in order to develop training manuals and training programs. Further, this practice attempts to consolidate and unify the various steps of construction, tying together the various trades involved with the continuity between fenestration products and the building envelope.

1.6 The text of this practice references notes and footnotes that provide explanatory material. These notes and footnotes (excluding those in tables and figures) shall not be considered as requirements of this practice.

1.7 The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as standard. The values given in parentheses are mathematical conversions to SI units that are provided for information only and are not considered standard.

1.8 This standard has not been created to address all issues related to every possible installation situation one might experience in the field. Furthermore, this practice does not purport to provide fail-safe installation methods, assurance or protection against installation deficiencies, or a standard by which architects can specify or ensure delivered performance.

Note 1: There are no ISO standards covering the primary subject matter of this practice.

1.9 This practice does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and to determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use. For specific precautionary statements, see Section 5, Related Procedures. Where a lead hazard is known or suspected, refer to ASTM Standards on Lead Hazards Associated with Buildings and to applicable state and federal regulations. Where an asbestos hazard is known or suspected, refer to the ASTM Manual on Asbestos Control, and to applicable state and federal regulations.

1.10 Table of Contents:

 

Section

 

Scope

1

 Table of Contents

1.10

Referenced Documents

2

Terminology

3

 Definitions

3.1

 Description of Terms Specific to this Standard

3.2

 Abbreviations

3.3

Significance and Use

4

Related Issues and Procedures

5

 Continuity with the Weather Barrier Systems

5.1

 Joints and Anchorages

5.2

 Moisture Entrapment

5.3

 Weather Resistant Barrier

5.4

 Weatherability

5.5

 Construction Sequence

5.6

 Construction Damage

5.7

 Inspection

5.8

 Rough Opening

5.9

  Rough Opening Size

5.9.1

  Insulating or Filling the Rough Opening Gap

5.9.2

 Materials Protection

5.10

 Cleaning and Maintenance

5.11

 Dissimilar Materials

5.12

 Flashing Requirements

5.13

 Fastening Systems/Anchorage

5.14

 Shimming

5.15

 Panning Systems and Subsills for Weatherability

5.16

 Pre-Installation Procedures

5.17

 Sealants—Selection and Use

5.18

 Window Cleaner Anchors and Related Safety
  Hardware

5.19

Continuity Between the Fenestration Products and
 Other Components of the Building Envelope

6

Water Shedding Strategies of Wall and Roof Systems

7

 Concept of Surface Barrier Systems and
  Membrane/Drainage Systems

7.1

  Surface Barrier Systems

7.1.1

  Membrane/Drainage Systems

7.1.2

 Identification of Systems

7.2

Installation Methods For Windows

8

 Windows in Walls Utilizing a Membrane/Drainage
  System

8.1

  Windows with Perimeter Mounting Flanges
   (Nail Fins) in Drainage Type
   Wall Construction

8.1.1

   Flange Types

8.1.1.1

   Selection of Installation Method

8.1.1.2

    Method A

8.1.1.3.1

    Method B

8.1.1.3.2

    Method A1

8.1.1.3.3

    Method B1

8.1.1.3.4

  Non-Finned Windows in Membrane/Drainage
   Type Walls

8.1.2

 Windows in Walls Utilizing a Barrier Wall System
  (Sealant Method)

8.2

 Windows in Walls Utilizing an Exterior Barrier System
  (EIFS or Direct Applied)

8.3

 Special Considerations

8.4

  Aluminum Framed Windows

8.4.1

  Vinyl Framed Windows

8.4.2

 Replacement Window Installation

8.5

  Partial Window Replacement for Existing Integral
   Flange Windows

8.5.1

  Partial Replacement of Mill Shop Wood Windows

8.5.2

  Complete Window Replacement

8.5.3

   Destructive Window Replacement (Fin Type)

8.5.3.1

   Non-Destructive Window Replacement
    (Non-Fin Type)

8.5.3.2

Installation Methods for Doors

9

 Doors in Walls Utilizing a Membrane/Drainage System

9.1

  Doors with Perimeter Mounting Flanges
   (Nailing Fins) in Drainage Type
   Wall Construction

9.1.1

   Flange Types

9.1.1.1

   Selection of Installation Method

9.1.1.2

    Method A

9.1.1.4.1

    Method B

9.1.1.4.2

    Method A1

9.1.1.4.3

    Method B1

9.1.1.4.4

  Hinged Swing (Non-finned) Doors in Membrane/
   Drainage Type Walls

9.1.2

Installation Methods for Skylights

10

 Product Types

10.1

 Flashing Procedures

10.2

 Aluminum/Copper Sheet Flashing

10.3

 Aluminum/Copper Step Flashing (Fabricated or
  Engineered)

10.4

 Membrane Flashing

10.5

Post-Installation Procedures

11

Keywords

12

Air Barrier Foam Sealant Used in the Rough
 Opening Gap

Annex A1

Emergency Escape and Rescue Requirements

Annex A2

Minimum Height Requirements for Interior Height of
 Pan Flashing

Annex A3

Sealants

Annex A4

Window/Door Flashing Types

Appendix X1

Cautions for Installation

Appendix X2

Bibliography/Other Referenced Installation Guides

Appendix X3

Details

ICS-code 91.060.50
Nederlandse titel Standard Practice for Installation of Exterior Windows, Doors and Skylights
Engelse titel Standard Practice for Installation of Exterior Windows, Doors and Skylights

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