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|100 Series – Roofing|
Polyiso Roof Insulation
TB 101: Roof Insulation Specimen Conditioning Procedure
TB 102: Compressive Strength
TB 103: Fire Performance in Walls and Ceilings
Discusses polyiso insulation as it relates to building codes in construction and fire tests in walls and ceilings including ASTM E84 and ASTM E119.
TB 104: Fire Performance in Roof Systems
Provides an overview of polyiso insulation requirements for roof systems and key issues in fire performance, including the importance of the FM 4450 Calorimeter Tests and the UL 1256 resistance to interior spread of flame test.
TB 105: Fire Test Definitions
TB 106: Polyiso Nailbase Insulation and Asphalt Roof Shingles: Design Considerations
Technical Bulletin 106: Polyiso Nailbase Insulation and Asphalt Roof Shingles: Design Considerations
Provides an overview of the design considerations that should be addressed when installing asphalt roof shingles with polyiso insulation in steep slope roofing systems.
TB 107: Dimensional Stability of Roof Products
Provides an overview of an important characteristic of all roof materials, dimensional stability, and includes a review of the various tests that can be used to measure dimensional stability.
TB 108: Tapered Insulation Systems
Explains how a tapered roof insulation system is used to reduce or eliminate the amount of ponding/standing water on the membrane when the roof deck does not provide adequate slope.
TB 109: Storage and Handling Recommendations for Polyiso Roof Insulation
TB 110: Polyiso and Single-Ply
TB 111: Class A and Class 1 Roof Assemblies Are Not the Same
Provides an explanation for the differences between Class A and Class 1 roof assemblies containing polyiso insulation.
TB 111C: Roofing Regulations in Canada: Class A and Class 1 Roof Assemblies Are Not the Same
Technical Bulletin 111C: Roofing Regulations in Canada: Class A and Class 1 Roof Assemblies Are Not the Same
Provides an explanation for the differences between Class A and Class 1 roof assemblies containing polyiso insulation for the Canadian markets.
TB 112: Moisture Generated During Construction
Highlights the effects of moisture generated during construction on the roofing system and the good constructions practices that can reduce moisture problems.
TB 113: Multi-Layering of Polyiso Roof Insulation
Highlights the benefits of multi-layering polyiso roof insulation with staggered joints to reduce thermal loss, prevent moisture intrusion, and maximize roof assembly durability.
TB 114: Ventilated Nail Base for Commercial and Residential Sloped Roofs
Explains how vented nail base products with polyiso insulation can increase building energy efficiency and reduce adverse impacts on steep-sloped roof systems.
TB 115: The High R Roof: Guidelines for Energy-Efficient Roofing and Re-Roofing
Highlights how the use of high R-value roof assemblies and insulation save money, increase the energy efficiency of a building, and reduce carbon emissions.
TB 116: An Integral Part of Sustainable Building and LEED Credits
TB 117: A Guide to the Classification of Polyiso Board Insulation Products
Discusses the different facer types of polyiso insulation boards and helps buyers and specifiers select the right board type for the job.