By
Hector Alvarez
Mike Chamberlain

Glass
Learning Objective:
Recognize the various types of glass
products used in buildi...
Glass Products
Low E glass
• Coatings applied to glass panes to
reduce window unit’s heat transfer

Laminated glass
• Used...
Glass Products
Reflective glass
• Adhered reflective metal coatings reduce
heat buildup of tinted glass glazing

Wired gla...
Glass Products
Glass blocks
• Various designs permit light to be diffused,
reduced, or reflected

Bent glass
• Provides de...
Windows, Doors, Entrances,
and Storefronts
Learning Objective:


Know the types of windows, doors,
entrances, and storefr...
Windows
Metal
• Commercial
• Industrial

Aluminum
• Complex designs readily produced
• Resist corrosion and damage from we...
Doors
Special doors
• Aircraft hanger
• Manufacturing

Fire doors
• Assembly of the door and frame
• National standards an...
Entrances, Storefronts
Extruded aluminum members
• Span one or two floors
• Protective coatings can be applied

Tempered g...
Cladding Systems
Cladding is a non-load bearing exterior wall
enclosing a building.

Learning Objective:
 Distinguish

be...
Curtain Wall Cladding
Masonry and stone curtain wall
• Can be prefabricated on the ground and
lifted into place with a cra...
Methods of Installation
Stick curtain wall system
• Completely assembled on site

Unit curtain wall system
• Preassembled ...
Methods of Installation cont.
Unit and mullion curtain wall
• Preassembled curtain wall unit lowered
into place behind the...
Interior finishes refer to:
Wall, ceiling, and floor finishes

Learning Objective:
Understand the integration of
various i...
Interior finish considerations


Interior finish installation is carefully
regulated by building codes.



Interior fini...
Fire considerations


Flame spread rating is a single number that
designates the ability of a material to resist flaming
...
Paint and Coatings


Paint and Coatings are layers of
materials in liquid form applied to
surfaces to decorate, preserve,...
Clear Coatings
Natural resin varnish
• Linseed oil –exterior surfaces
• Tung oil – used where heavy use expected

Syntheti...
Opaque Coatings
Enamel coatings
• They form a gloss or semi gloss film
• Oil based or resin based

Latex coatings
• Contai...
Special Purpose Coatings
Fire retardant coatings
• Retard the spread of surface flame

Stains
• Provide color & weather pr...
Work Cited


Hector I will send this information ASAP
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  1. 1. By Hector Alvarez Mike Chamberlain Glass Learning Objective: Recognize the various types of glass products used in building construction.
  2. 2. Glass Products Low E glass • Coatings applied to glass panes to reduce window unit’s heat transfer Laminated glass • Used when glazing is subject to possible breakage or security is required Insulating glass • Two layers of glass with an airtight, dehydrated air space between them
  3. 3. Glass Products Reflective glass • Adhered reflective metal coatings reduce heat buildup of tinted glass glazing Wired glass • Safety glass with mesh of small diameter wires rolled into sheets of molten glass Spandrel glass • Ceramic-coated to clad exterior walls • Eliminates corrosion
  4. 4. Glass Products Glass blocks • Various designs permit light to be diffused, reduced, or reflected Bent glass • Provides designers the opportunity to produce components with dramatic looks Photo-Voltaic glazing • Enables glazing to provide enclosure and lighting, simultaneously generates electricity
  5. 5. Windows, Doors, Entrances, and Storefronts Learning Objective:  Know the types of windows, doors, entrances, and storefronts
  6. 6. Windows Metal • Commercial • Industrial Aluminum • Complex designs readily produced • Resist corrosion and damage from weather Special windows • Skylights • Security
  7. 7. Doors Special doors • Aircraft hanger • Manufacturing Fire doors • Assembly of the door and frame • National standards and building codes Glass • Frameless with metal channels • Wide frame for heavy traffic
  8. 8. Entrances, Storefronts Extruded aluminum members • Span one or two floors • Protective coatings can be applied Tempered glassed doors • One or more doors • Sliding glass panels Variety of requirements • Fire and building codes • Human impact loads
  9. 9. Cladding Systems Cladding is a non-load bearing exterior wall enclosing a building. Learning Objective:  Distinguish between various types of cladding systems
  10. 10. Curtain Wall Cladding Masonry and stone curtain wall • Can be prefabricated on the ground and lifted into place with a crane Modified stucco certain walls • The system is referred to as an exterior insulation and finishing system (EIFS) Metal and glass curtain wall • Metal and glass are widely used because they are lightweight and rapidly erected
  11. 11. Methods of Installation Stick curtain wall system • Completely assembled on site Unit curtain wall system • Preassembled framed curtain wall Panel curtain wall system • Preassembled curtain wall panels
  12. 12. Methods of Installation cont. Unit and mullion curtain wall • Preassembled curtain wall unit lowered into place behind the mullion from above Column cover and spandrel • Column cover, spandrel panel, glazing unit Curtain wall joint sealants • Flow able Sealant Materials • Solid Sealant Materials
  13. 13. Interior finishes refer to: Wall, ceiling, and floor finishes Learning Objective: Understand the integration of various interior finishing processes with other aspects of a buildings construction.
  14. 14. Interior finish considerations  Interior finish installation is carefully regulated by building codes.  Interior finishes hide structural, mechanical, and electrical systems.  Interior finishing begins after a building has been enclosed, protecting the interior from the weather.
  15. 15. Fire considerations  Flame spread rating is a single number that designates the ability of a material to resist flaming combustion over its surface.  Smoke development ratings classify materials by the amount of smoke they give off as they burn.  Fuel contributed rating is a measure of the amount of combustible substances in a given material.
  16. 16. Paint and Coatings  Paint and Coatings are layers of materials in liquid form applied to surfaces to decorate, preserve, protect, and seal them.  Learning Objective: Recognize the range of protective and decorative coatings available.
  17. 17. Clear Coatings Natural resin varnish • Linseed oil –exterior surfaces • Tung oil – used where heavy use expected Synthetic resin varnish • Alkyd resins – water proofing • Polyurethane resin – resist chemicals Lacquer • Requires several coats • Used on interior cabinets, furniture
  18. 18. Opaque Coatings Enamel coatings • They form a gloss or semi gloss film • Oil based or resin based Latex coatings • Contains synthetic resins • Non flammable Oil based coatings • Natural pigments – minerals • Synthetic pigments – coal tar
  19. 19. Special Purpose Coatings Fire retardant coatings • Retard the spread of surface flame Stains • Provide color & weather protection Asphalt coatings • have good moisture resistance
  20. 20. Work Cited  Hector I will send this information ASAP

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