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  1. 1. www.facadesystemsinc.com2020 Specifying Fiber Cement Wall systems
  2. 2. 1. Understand the differences between different kinds of fiber cement claddings, including available coating technologies. 2. Identify ways in which fiber cement can contribute to sustainability goals. 3. Discuss the lifetime costs of fiber cement and other cladding materials. 4. Discuss OBC and combustibility codes for fibre cement. Put in context of Part 9 and Part 3. 5. Discuss process for detailing and installation. Put this in context of requirements for thermally broken continuous insulation, as per the OBC. 6. What to expect onsite from view of Architect. 7. Closing words. 2020 www.facadesystemsinc.com 2
  3. 3. 3 Aesthetics Code Compliance 3 Major Considerations WHEN choosing an exterior wall system Performance Sustainability Budget Durability Fiber Cement can contribute in each category!
  4. 4. 4 • Aesthetics: • Image, color, texture, module (grid) size and orientation, joint design and fastening • Function: • Weight, panel sizes, wind load requirements • Impact and scratch resistance • Durability and Life span and the warranty • Weathering and UV resistant • Ability to meet code requirements • Maintenance and Cleaning, chemical resistance • Sustainability: FSC, LEED, EPD, LC Analysis • Energy efficiency (both cooling and heating) • Economic: • Material cost, Optimization and cost of fabrication and Ease of installation Poll 5
  5. 5. CERACLAD is a factory-finished fiber cement siding system suitable for new construction and retrofit projects. Attachment ventilated curtain wall façade system with matching trim for corners. Large panel size; all Panels are 10 feet x 18” with ship lap edges. ✓ Total Cost; material, installation, life. ✓ Aesthetic choices = curb appeal ✓ Health and Well being: ventilated façade ✓ Sustainability; Mindful Material ✓ Performance: Proven in tough freeze thaw conditions
  6. 6. Low Density More fibrous material Rougher cut edge Usually commodity fiber cement (lap, trim, etc) Medium Density More cementitious Cleaner cut edge Can be cut with standard tools in the field High Density Highest concentration of cement Usually requires fabrication + shop drawings Premium product/price 2020 www.facadesystemsinc.com 6 They Are Not All The Same Portland Cement Calcium Silica (Sand) Wood or paper fibers Other additives and proprietary ingredients WHAT IS FIBER CEMENT?
  7. 7. 72020 www.facadesystemsinc.com Lap Siding/Plank Typical Medium Density Panel Premium Medium Density Panel Typical High Density Panel 5/8” 16mm 7/16” 11mm 5/16” 8mm 5/16” 8mm Typical Fiber Cement Thicknesses
  8. 8. Add a Footer 8 Finishes Coatings Available for Fiber Cement Coating Consistent Factory Finish Fade Resistance Graffiti Resistance Low Maintenance Acrylic Paint (Field Painted) Acrylic Paint (Pre-finished) ✔ Base Paint + Protective Clear coat ✔ ✔ ✔ Graffiti Resistant Coating ✔ ✔ ✔1 Silicon Oxide UV Resistant Top Coat ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 1. Depending on the type of graffiti resistant coating, it may be more or less low maintenance. Sacrificial Coatings need to be reapplied every time they are cleaned of graffiti, where permanent or factory applied coatings may be effective for the service life of the cladding.
  9. 9. Add a Footer 9 Finishes Coatings: Graffiti Resistant Two Kinds of Graffiti Resistant Coatings: Sacrificial Coating • Clear Polymer coating that is applied to the substrate and protects the material underneath • Graffiti is removed with the coating (usually by high pressure washing) • Coating is reapplied after removal • Cheap, effective. • Not low maintenance due to reapplication process • Repetitive power-washing can damage material underneath Permanent Coating • Some manufacturers offer this as a factory coating option • Many different types, but all act in the same way to repel water and oil • If applied right, can be cleaned over and over
  10. 10. 10 Finishes Coatings: Acrylic Paint: Factory and Field Painted Pros • Limitless colors • Easy to Repaint Cons • Very susceptible to fading and weathering of paint • Requires repainting every 5-7 years • Weather dependent for field painting • Extended scaffolding time/cost required for field painting • Harder to control quality when field painting (thickness of coating, evenness of paint layer, etc). • Not graffiti resistant November,2013May,2017
  11. 11. 11 Coatings: Protective Clear Coat Pros • Factory Coated • Protects the paint and is easy to clean • Better UV fade resistance than just base paint • Custom color options • Easy to re-paint Cons • Not available from all manufacturers • Not graffiti resistant Unexposed sample Exposure test: Fiber Cement Panel with Acrylic Paint and Clear Coating Okinawa, Japan: 6 years Acrylic Paint with Clear Coat Acrylic Paint Only
  12. 12. 12 Finishes Pros • Factory Coated • Easy to clean • UV Resistant, prevents color fade • Requires minimal maintenance and repainting • Graffiti resistant Cons • Not available from all manufacturers • Requires high adhesion primer for re-coating Silicon Oxide Coating Coatings: Silicon Oxide UV resistant coating August,2010May,2017
  13. 13. CERACLAD Ceramic Coated • Standard color choices • Prefinished in Japan • UV blocking Ceramic coating protects finish and color
  14. 14. UNMATCHED COLOR PERFORMANCE Completion: Q’1, 2002 Photo Taken: Q’1, 2017
  15. 15. 2020 www.facadesystemsinc.com 16 And each Texture has many colours. See what CREATIV can do too.. Custom colours.
  16. 16. 1. Understand the differences between different kinds of fiber cement claddings, including available coating technologies. 2. Identify ways in which fiber cement can contribute to sustainability goals. 3. Discuss the lifetime costs of fiber cement and other cladding materials. 4. Discuss OBC and combustibility codes for fibre cement. Put in context of Part 9 and Part 3. 5. Discuss process for detailing and installation. Put this in context of requirements for thermally broken continuous insulation, as per the OBC. 6. What to expect onsite from view of Architect. 7. Closing words. 2020 www.facadesystemsinc.com 18
  17. 17. Fiber cement manufacturing process 19 Fiber cement typically has anywhere from 30-60% recycled materials A large percentage of the recycled content can be “post-consumer” recycled content, typically 8-22% Some manufacturers also have takeback programs for construction scraps Factory CementRaw material (Recycled boards) Old paper pulp (Recycled papers ) Fly ash (Coal ash generated at thermal power plant) Fiber Cement
  18. 18. 20Source: International Organization of Certified Home Inspectors 20 20 30 50 50 50 60 100 100 Wood Aluminum Stucco EFIS Corrugated Steel Vinyl Brick Fiber Cement Years Expected Service Life of Cladding materials
  19. 19. 2020 www.facadesystemsinc.com 21 ASTM1185 comprehensive certification for fibre cement panels, including freeze / thaw. Ceraclad surpasses test significantly and offers 50 year warranty.
  20. 20. 22Source: Manufacturers websites 22 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 High Pressure Laminate Panel Alluminum Panel Corrugated Steel Panel Insulated Metal Panel High Density Fiber Cement Panel Fiber Cement Plank Typical Fiber Cement Panel Premium Medium Density Fiber Cement Panel Years Typical Product Warranties, Cladding Materials Fiber Cement Products
  21. 21. 23 Other Sustainability Contributions • Prefinished fiber cement reduces VOC exposure at the jobsite • Fiber Cement typically doesn’t contain any ingredients on the “Red List”, like PVC, Lead, or Asbestos • Compatibility with continuous exterior insulation systems • Can contribute to LEED v4 in Materials and Resources (MR) category
  22. 22. 1. Understand the differences between different kinds of fiber cement claddings, including available coating technologies. 2. Identify ways in which fiber cement can contribute to sustainability goals. 3. Discuss the lifetime costs of fiber cement and other cladding materials. 4. Discuss OBC and combustibility codes for fibre cement. Put in context of Part 9 and Part 3. 5. Discuss process for detailing and installation. Put this in context of requirements for thermally broken continuous insulation, as per the OBC. 6. What to expect onsite from view of Architect. 7. Closing words. 2020 www.facadesystemsinc.com 24
  23. 23. 2020 www.facadesystemsinc.com 25
  24. 24. Pepper Ridge Condominiums 1350 W. 6th Ave. Vancouver, BC Exterior Envelope Remediation – 30,000SF 18”W x 10’ L x 9/16”T 15sq.ft. 42lb per panel Striated Stucco Brass Vertical Application 18”W x 6’ L x 9/16”T 9sq.ft. 32lb per panel Natural Wood Oatmeal White Horizontal Application Before After
  25. 25. 28 Systems vs Panels Systems • Clips • Rails, trims, corners • Implied alignment and attachment. • Little need for shop drawings. • Site fabrication, site fit straight forward.
  26. 26. 29 Calculations done by a professional construction cost and estimating consultant Based on a 4 story multifamily building located in the Pacific Northwest. 30 year time frame. 29 $0.00 $5.00 $10.00 $15.00 $20.00 $25.00 $30.00 $35.00 $40.00 Pre-finished Silicon Dioxide Coated Fiber Cement Panel Typical Primed Fiber Cement Panel Stucco Brick Veneer-Thin Set Brick Veneer-Full Brick Corrugated Metal Siding CostperSQFT Cladding System Lifetime Cost Comparison of Selected Cladding Systems Constuction Cost Lifecycle Maintenance Cost Total Cost
  27. 27. 30 30 Initial Construction costs • Cladding, fasteners, and accessories • Sealant or trims • Shop drawings and fabrication • Labor • Scaffolding • Painting (if not factory finished) Lifetime Construction costs • Cleaning • Repainting (scaffolding, labor) • Re-coating • Replace sealant or expansion joints • Replace cladding material (where necessary)
  28. 28. Engineered Clips attach the ship lap edge for hidden fastener system. Consider single source siding system
  29. 29. COST EFFECTIVE- Ceraclad System Completion: Q’1, 2014 Photo Taken: Q’3, 2017 Texture: Smooth Linen, Slate• Hidden fastening system • Factory Finished • Large Panel Size • Field Fabrication • Installed system cost is usually between $22-$25 per square footSystem Type Installed Cost Maintenance Cost Lifetime Cost CERACLAD Base Line Base Line Base Line Lap Siding -33% +507% +10% Stucco +7% +462% +39% Brick Veneer +95% +470% +220% Full Brick +71% +470% +200% Corrugated -28% +503% +14%
  30. 30. 33 33 Ways to Reduce Initial and Lifetime costs with Fiber Cement • Choose a Pre-finished product with a durable protective coating • Medium density product typically have longer warranties, don’t require shop drawings or fabrication, and have high durability • Consider panel size in design of panel layout to reduce waste • Specify metal trim instead of caulk joints • Specify a single source rain screen system instead of buying panels, rainscreen accessories and fasteners separately
  31. 31. Design and Specification – lessons learned Right amount of detailing, not too much. Keep ownership of assembly in installation contractor’s hands • Good Spec • Include HPD, EPD • Years of experience for product and installer >5 • Wall thickness, cross section • Preferred conditions • Top and bottom of wall, be sure to have ventilation. • Windows and doors • Parapet • Layout – let us discuss. • Panel optimization. • Show and / or specify preferred substructure – do not dimension. 34
  32. 32. Building Codes (Lagging or leading function?) • Part 3 Buildings • Codes about combustibility only. CAN ULC S114 = non-combustible. • Structure calculated by engineer during stamped shop drawing process. Mitigates Architect’s liabilities. • Thermal behavior defined in subsystem design. • Freeze thaw, UV, impact, etc durability function of specification. • GWP, EPD, HPD function of leadership* and local codes eg Toronto Green Standard • Part 9 Buildings • CCMC (federal) and BMEC (Ontario) certification: rare and optional. Discussion. • Same issues as above. 35 *Leadership = specifiers should insist on working with leading companies who have invested in this, until codes catchup.
  33. 33. Our Market Positioning & Price Range 2018 *all figures are approximate Values CERACLAD CREATIV Quality Performance Design Custom Colors $50/sq.ft $40/sq.ft $30/sq.ft $20/sq.ft $10/sq.ft Price-Focused Value & Quality-Focused Design-Focused ○Hardie Reveal 2.0 Hardie Panel○ ○Stucco ○Trespa ○Swisspearl Hotels Condominiums Commercial&Office Medical Apartments Educational&Public ○Vinyl Labor & Materials Reference Price to G/C ○Hardie Plank ○Metal ●CERACLAD ●CREATIV 2 Coats other med density 1 Coat ● US Manufacturers Japanese Manufacturers European Manufacturers Quality & Performance- Focused • Market Positioning: Middle between High and Low End • Unique Selling Proposition: Quality / Performance / Design / Installability … comes in a Reasonable Price! • Direct Competitor: 5/8” (16mm) Thick Products …
  34. 34. 1. Understand the differences between different kinds of fiber cement claddings, including available coating technologies. 2. Identify ways in which fiber cement can contribute to sustainability goals. 3. Discuss the lifetime costs of fiber cement and other cladding materials. 4. Discuss OBC and combustibility codes for fibre cement. Put in context of Part 9 and Part 3. 5. Discuss process for detailing and installation. Put this in context of requirements for thermally broken continuous insulation, as per the OBC. 6. What to expect onsite from view of Architect. 7. Closing words. 2020 www.facadesystemsinc.com 37
  35. 35. 2020 www.facadesystemsinc.com 38 Toronto: Zone 5 Ottawa: Zone 6 Wall type Non Res (RSI) Res (RSI) Mass 2.3 ci 2.7 ci Metal Building 2.3+2.3 ci 2.3+2.3 ci Steel Frame 2.3 + 1.8 ci 2.3 + 1.8 ci Wood Frame 2.3 + 1.3 ci 2.3 + 1.8 ci Toronto So What? - CI is in the code - Way around is building modeling - Many skirting the issue
  36. 36. 39 Key design strategies for increasing energy efficiency: • Minimize Thermal bridging • Reduce heat loss • Use materials with high R-Value • Increase opaque wall area • Reduce building footprint and complexity Continuous Exterior Insulation Source: BC Energy Steps Design Guide, March 2018
  37. 37. 40 Thermal Effectiveness varies greatly among attachment solutions Source: RDH Technical Bulletin 11: “Cladding Attachment Solutions for Exterior Insulated Commercial Walls, 2015 40 Vertically Oriented Steel Z-girts Thermally Isolated Clips with Rail system
  38. 38. Add a Footer Z-girts -Horizontally oriented Z-girts -Vertically oriented Z-girts -Crossing Z-girts Example of Crossing Z- girts with Spray Foam Insulation Panels installed on crossing Z-girts Source: RDH Technical Bulletin 11: “Cladding Attachment Solutions for Exterior Insulated Commercial Walls, 2015
  39. 39. Add a Footer Fiberglass insulated Clip Source: RDH Technical Bulletin 11: “Cladding Attachment Solutions for Exterior Insulated Commercial Walls, 2015
  40. 40. 43 Add a Footer 43 Step 1: Choose Insulation System Important factors to consider: • Insulation thickness • Total desired R or U value for envelope • Weight of cladding and wind loading requirements • Type of construction (Non-combustible, combustible, etc) • Budget • Complexity of cladding layout
  41. 41. 44 Add a Footer 44 Step 2: Consult manufacturers literature for special attachment requirements. Example: 18” x 10’ Clip based fiber cement panel product Panels oriented horizontally Special requirements: • A clip or face fastener needs to be within 3” of the panel end • Horizontal butt joints are finished with a sealant joint or metal trim, which also requires support.
  42. 42. 45Add a Footer 45 Step 3: Determine Fastener spacing Fastening pattern • 16” horizontally • 18” vertically (panel size) • Special requirements at panel terminations 16” 16” 16” 18” 16” 16” 16” 18”
  43. 43. 46 46 STEP 4: DETERMINE ORIENTATION OF SUPPORTS Vertically oriented supports L-shaped brake metal at corners Strapping spanning between joints Girt, rail, furring or hat channel spaced 16” OC
  44. 44. 47 47 STEP 4: DETERMINE ORIENTATION OF SUPPORTS Horizontally oriented supports Girt, rail, furring or hat channel spaced 18” OC to match panel size (and vertical fastener spacing)
  45. 45. 48 48 Steel hat channels attached back through mineral wool with long screws Vertical oriented supports STEP 4: DETERMINE ORIENTATION OF SUPPORTS Vertical Z-girts with spray foam insulation Extra supports at joints
  46. 46. 50 50 STEP 4: DETERMINE ORIENTATION OF SUPPORTS Horizontally oriented supports
  47. 47. 52 Inset windows Step 5: Detailing of corners, jambs, etc Add a Footer 52
  48. 48. 53 Inset windows Step 5: Detailing of corners, jambs, etc Add a Footer 53
  49. 49. 1. Understand the differences between different kinds of fiber cement claddings, including available coating technologies. 2. Identify ways in which fiber cement can contribute to sustainability goals. 3. Discuss the lifetime costs of fiber cement and other cladding materials. 4. Discuss OBC and combustibility codes for fibre cement. Put in context of Part 9 and Part 3. 5. Discuss process for detailing and installation. Put this in context of requirements for thermally broken continuous insulation, as per the OBC. 6. What to expect onsite from view of Architect. 7. Closing words. 2020 www.facadesystemsinc.com 54
  50. 50. 2020 www.facadesystemsinc.com 56 Agent for Facades and Building Systems that are innovative, aesthetic, sustainable, constructible, affordable and proven • Professional Engineer. • Leader in engineered based businesses for 25+ years in three industries. • Building industry since 2005. • Clients tell me they appreciate the technical service. • A testimony: “You have always been an experienced voice in the world of facade materials, so we look forward to continued discussions on how we can realize our design objectives, from both an aesthetic and technical point of view.”

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