Senergy Exterior Insulation And Finish Systems
ES Stucco is a certified installer for Senergy Systems.
Serving South Carolina
Stucco System Overview
Senergy Platinum CI Stucco System over metal studs
• Maximum allowable deflection L/360, based on structural properties only. • The design wind load shall not exceed the system’s allowable wind load as stated in applicable code reports. • Details shall conform with BASF Wall Systems’ recommendations and shall be consistent with the project requirements. • Control joints and trim accessories required. Control joint placement is required in the Senergy PLATINUM CI STUCCO Wall System every 144 ft2 per ASTM C1063. • Consult the framing and sheathing manufacturer for design and application considerations. • Expansion joints are required in the system where they exist in the substrate, where the system adjoins dissimilar construction, at changes in substrates and at floor lines in multilevel wood frame construction. • System shall terminate at expansion joints. • Sealant joints shall be detailed and installed per sealant manufacturer’s recommendations. • A minimum 6:12 slope is required on all horizontal surfaces greater than 1”. • Backer rod, sealant and flashing are required at door and window openings.
Senergy Platinum CI Stucco System over wood studs
BEST PRACTICES FOR INSTALLERS
• It is recommended that the building should carry a minimum of 90 percent of the dead building load and that the interior gypsum should be installed prior to installation of the stucco. • Coordination of other trades is recommended so that wall penetrations for cable, electricity, water and vents are installed with proper enclosures prior to installation of the stucco. • Pail components must be kept at a minimum of 4°C (40°F) and at a maximum of 43°C (110°F) during shipping and storage. • A minimum temperature of 4°C (40°F) is required during application of liquid components and until completely dried. • Protect dry (bagged) products from moisture. • No additives are permitted to any components unless specifically approved by BASF Wall Systems. • Follow the application instructions for each component. • Windows and doors may permit some water to pass through the frame materials or joints. To reduce the potential for intruding water to degrade water-sensitive sheathing and framing, and to keep water out of the stud cavity, rough openings must be properly protected and a means provided to allow intruding water to escape.