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  • 1. NH FC-01 RESIDENTIAL CUT-AWAY WALL SECTIONTypical Wall System:Standard 2x6 Wood Frame Wall with Fiber Cement Board Siding Primed and Painted Interior Finish Gypsum Board Gypsum Board Tape and Mud Fastener at Gypsum Board Joint Vapor Barrier 2X6 Wood Stud, 16” O.C. Blown-In Insulation 1/2” Exterior Sheathing Sheathing Fasteners House Wrap Fiber Cement Board Lap Siding Siding Fastener Base Furring with Fastener Insulative R-Value 18.1 Efficiency of Construction (# of Trades) 5 Approximate Wall Thickness 7” Embodied Carbon Dioxide Output* +10.8 in kilograms per square foot Recyclable or Biodegradable Content 71% Materials with Volatile Chemical Content 9% Approximate Cost Per Square Foot $16 The above figures are estimated with common building materials and practices, and are not specific to any single manufacturer. It reflects the performance of mid-wall conditions only and does not take into account floor, roof, corner, opening or mechanical conditions. *Source: Athena Institute and University of Minnesota, US Life Cycle Inventory Database, EcoCalculator for Assemblies. website: http://www.americanlimetec.com LAST REVISED 2010-11-16 email: info@americanlimetec.com COPYRIGHT 2010 AMERICAN LIME TECHNOLOGY. telephone: 773.286.0566
  • 2. NH BV-01 RESIDENTIAL CUT-AWAY WALL SECTIONTypical Wall System:Standard 2x6 Wood Frame Wall with Brick Veneer Primed and Painted Interior Finish Gypsum Board Gypsum Board Tape and Mud Fastener at Gypsum Board Joint Vapor Barrier 2X6 Wood Stud, 16” O.C. Batt Insulation 1/2” Exterior Sheathing Sheathing Fastener House Wrap Brick Tie Air Cavity Brick Veneer Flashing with Continuous Fastener Strip Mortar Net at Base of Air Cavity Weep Vent Stainless Steel Counterflashing Insulative R-Value 17.5 Efficiency of Construction (# of Trades) 5 Approximate Wall Thickness 11.5” Embodied Carbon Dioxide Output* +9 in kilograms per square foot Recyclable or Biodegradable Content 11% Materials with Volatile Chemical Content 61% Approximate Cost Per Square Foot $25 The above figures are estimated with common building materials and practices, and are not specific to any single manufacturer. It reflects the performance of mid-wall conditions only and does not take into account floor, roof, corner, opening or mechanical conditions. *Source: Athena Institute and University of Minnesota, US Life Cycle Inventory Database, EcoCalculator for Assemblies. website: http://www.americanlimetec.com LAST REVISED 2010-11-16 email: info@americanlimetec.com COPYRIGHT 2010 AMERICAN LIME TECHNOLOGY. telephone: 773.286.0566
  • 3. NH S-01 RESIDENTIAL CUT-AWAY WALL SECTIONTypical Wall System:Standard CMU Wall with Stucco Exterior Primed and Painted Interior Finish Gypsum Board Gypsum Board Tape and Mud Fasteners at Gypsum Board Joint 2X2 Wood Furring, 16” O.C. 1 1/2” Rigid Insulation 8” CMU (Concrete Masonry Unit) CMU Wire Reinforcement House Wrap Stucco Reinforcing Mesh Stucco Base Coat Stucco Finish Coat Paint Coat Stainless Steel Weep Screed Insulative R-Value 6.5 Efficiency of Construction (# of Trades) 6 Approximate Wall Thickness 10.75” Embodied Carbon Dioxide Output* +16.3 in kilograms per square foot Recyclable or Biodegradable Content 5% Materials with Volatile Chemical Content 15% Approximate Material Cost Per Sq. Foot $25 The above figures are estimated with common building materials and practices, and are not specific to any single manufacturer. It reflects the performance of mid-wall conditions only and does not take into account floor, roof, corner, opening or mechanical conditions. *Source: Athena Institute and University of Minnesota, US Life Cycle Inventory Database, EcoCalculator for Assemblies. website: http://www.americanlimetec.com LAST REVISED 2010-11-16 email: info@americanlimetec.com COPYRIGHT 2010 AMERICAN LIME TECHNOLOGY. telephone: 773.286.0566
  • 4. NH EIFS-01 COMMERCIAL CUT-AWAY WALL SECTIONTypical Wall System:Standard Light-Gauge Metal Frame Wall withEIFS (Exterior Insulation Finish System) Primed and Painted Interior Finish Gypsum Board Gypsum Board Tape and Mud Vapor Barrier 6” Light Gauge Metal Framing, 24” O.C. Fastener at Sheathing Fasteners at Gypsum Board Joint Batt Insulation 1/2” Sheathing Air Barrier Wrap Rigid Insulation Adhesive 2” Rigid Insulation EIFS Reinforcing Mesh EIFS Base Coat EIFS Finish Coat Paint Coat Flashing with Continuous Fastener Strip Insulative R-Value 18.7 Efficiency of Construction (# of Trades) 5 Approximate Wall Thickness 9.75” Embodied Carbon Dioxide Output* +13.2 in kilograms per square foot Recyclable or Biodegradable Content 6% Materials with Volatile Chemical Content 88% Approximate Material Cost Per Sq. Foot $22 The above figures are estimated with common building materials and practices, and are not specific to any single manufacturer. It reflects the performance of mid-wall conditions only and does not take into account floor, roof, corner, opening or mechanical conditions. *Source: Athena Institute and University of Minnesota, US Life Cycle Inventory Database, EcoCalculator for Assemblies. website: http://www.americanlimetec.com LAST REVISED 2010-11-16 email: info@americanlimetec.com COPYRIGHT 2010 AMERICAN LIME TECHNOLOGY. telephone: 773.286.0566
  • 5. NH PC-01 COMMERCIAL CUT-AWAY WALL SECTIONTypical Wall System:Standard Precast Concrete Wall Primed and Painted Interior Finish Gypsum Board Tape and Mud 5/8” Gypsum Board Vapor Barrier Fasteners at Gypsum Board Joint 2” Light Gauge Metal Furring Channels, 24” O.C. 2” Rigid Insulation Precast Concrete Wall Panel Precast Steel Rebar Reinforcement Grid Prime and Paint Coat Steel Rebar Reinforcement Grid (welded to Precast Wall Panel Rebar before Concrete Slab is Poured) Fluid-Applied Foundation Waterproofing Membrane (below grade) Insulative R-Value 7.5 Efficiency of Construction (# of Trades) 5 Approximate Wall Thickness 9” Embodied Carbon Dioxide Output* +11.4 in kilograms per square foot Recyclable or Biodegradable Content 66% Materials with Volatile Chemical Content 25% Approximate Cost Per Square Foot $29 The above figures are estimated with common building materials and practices, and are not specific to any single manufacturer. It reflects the performance of mid-wall conditions only and does not take into account floor, roof, corner, opening or mechanical conditions. *Source: Athena Institute and University of Minnesota, US Life Cycle Inventory Database, EcoCalculator for Assemblies. website: http://www.americanlimetec.com LAST REVISED 2010-11-16 email: info@americanlimetec.com COPYRIGHT 2010 AMERICAN LIME TECHNOLOGY. telephone: 773.286.0566
  • 6. NH BV-02 COMMERCIAL CUT-AWAY WALL SECTIONTypical Wall System:Standard CMU Wall with Brick Veneer Primed and Painted Interior Finish Gypsum Board Gypsum Board Tape and Mud Vapor Barrier 3 5/8” Light-Gauge Metal Framing, 24” O.C. Batt Insulation Fasteners at Gypsum Board Joint CMU Wire Reinforcement 8” CMU (Concrete Masonry Unit) Brick Tie Air Barrier Wrap 2” Rigid Insulation Air Cavity Brick Veneer Mortar Net at Base of Air Cavity Flashing with Continuous Fastener Strip Weep Vent Stainless Steel Counterflashing Insulative R-Value 17.6 Efficiency of Construction (# of Trades) 5 Approximate Wall Thickness 18.5” Embodied Carbon Dioxide Output* +21.8 in kilograms per square foot Recyclable or Biodegradable Content 4% Materials with Volatile Chemical Content 35% Approximate Cost Per Square Foot $42 The above figures are estimated with common building materials and practices, and are not specific to any single manufacturer. It reflects the performance of mid-wall conditions only and does not take into account floor, roof, corner, opening or mechanical conditions. *Source: Athena Institute and University of Minnesota, US Life Cycle Inventory Database, EcoCalculator for Assemblies. website: http://www.americanlimetec.com LAST REVISED 2010-11-16 email: info@americanlimetec.com COPYRIGHT 2010 AMERICAN LIME TECHNOLOGY. telephone: 773.286.0566