Innovative Brick Systems Total Tilt

Total Tilt A innovative solution designed for the unique requirements of Tilt Up Construction

BRICK AND VERSALINER™ PACKAGE Buy everything from one source. We distribute for Summitville, Endicott, Metro Brick and General Shale. Additional thin brick manufacturers are compatible as well. CUSTOM VERSALINER TM We have full CNC tooling in our own facilities with years of experience making specialized thermoformed formliners. Our tool library contains over 300 different molds and grows weekly. We can provide specialized formliners for any job. SUPPORT We have the expertise to facilitate the entire process to ensure your project stays on schedule. We can provide layout recommendations, installation instructions, and onsite consultation. CUSTOM FORM MAKING Have a complicated form to build? Give us the specifications and we can provide you with custom CNC milled forming delivered to your jobsite. COMPETITIVE PRICING We have production facilities across the country and internationally which allow us to provide the most competitive pricing in the industry. EDUCATION We help you maximize efficiency and ensure a high quality finished product by providing installation guides and free online videos demonstrating the best practices for layout and Installation. PRODUCT GUARANTEE We stand behind our product and are committed to your success. We will ensure you have a liner that fits the brick and performs as advertised or we will make it right. PANEL DRAWINGS Our Engineers have years of experience and provide detailed drawings of brick and liner layout at a competitive price; increasing efficiency on the site and reducing costly errors.

11625 REED CT. BROOMFIELD, CO 80020

INNOVATIVE BRICK SYSTEMS, L.L.C.

PH: 800-413-4588

WWW.MBRICK.COM

INNOVATIVE SERVICES FOR EACH PHASE OF EMBEDDED BRICK TILT UP

CONSTRUCTION PHASE

HOWWE CAN HELP

ASSIST with take off for liner and brick and estimate

ESTIMATING

IDENTIFY layout challenges and propose liner and tooling options

PROVIDE comprehensive proposal for Brick and liner

DRAFT panel drawings detailing brick layout

CONTRACT AWARDED

MILL tooling for any custom parts required

REVIEW brick quantities and identify brick lead times

VERIFY Sample bricks fit properly in selected VERSALINERS TM

COORDINATE required materials for any mock ups

PRODUCE selected VERSALINER TM and custom parts

EDUCATE your team on best practices for effective installation

CONSTRUCTION

VISIT jobsite to assist with training, layout and installation

ADDRESS any stripping issues to include replacing brick

GUARANTEE your satisfaction with our products and services

BRICK QUANTITY: 1,900

26'-8 5

8 "

CUTS: 2" V.I.F.

8"

CUTS; 4 5 8 " & 5 8 " V.I.F. (SUGGEST TO RUN WILD)

CUTS: 1 9

16 " V.I.F.

16'-11" (SUGGEST 16'-11 1 4 ")

CUTS; 1" & 5" V.I.F.

13'-11"

CUTS; 6 5 8 " & 2 5 8 " V.I.F.

1'-11"

1'-3"

1'-2 5

16 "

8' (SUGGEST 8'-0 3 8 ")

10"

3'-4"

11'-11"

1'-11 5

8 "

BRICK QUANTITY: 2,878

24'-81

4 "

13'-2 5

11'-5 5

8 "

8 "

1' (SUGGEST 1'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

4' (SUGGEST 4'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS; 5" & 1" V.I.F.

CUTS; 4 1 4 " & 1

4 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 2" V.I.F.

CUTS; 4 5 8 " & 5 8 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 1 9

16 " V.I.F.

16'-11" (SUGGEST 16'-11 1 4 ")

13'-11"

1'-11"

1'-3"

1'-2 5

16 "

8' (HIGHLY SUGGEST 8'-0 3 8 ")

11'-9" (SUGGEST 11'-7 5 8 ")

2'-11 5 8 " (SUGGEST 3'-0 5 8 ")

1'-11 5

8 "

BRICK QUANTITY: 1,900

26'-8 5

8 "

CUTS: 2" V.I.F.

8"

CUTS; 4 5 8 " & 5 8 " V.I.F. (SUGGEST TO RUN WILD)

CUTS: 1 9

16 " V.I.F.

16'-11" (SUGGEST 16'-11 1 4 ")

CUTS; 1" & 5" V.I.F.

13'-11"

CUTS; 6 5 8 " & 2 5 8 " V.I.F.

1'-11"

1'-3"

1'-2 5

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8' (SUGGEST 8'-0 3 8 ")

10"

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BRICK QUANTITY: 2,878

24'-81

4 "

13'-2 5

11'-5 5

8 "

8 "

1' (SUGGEST 1'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

4' (SUGGEST 4'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS; 5" & 1" V.I.F.

CUTS; 4 1 4 " & 1

4 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 2" V.I.F.

CUTS; 4 5 8 " & 5 8 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 1 9

16 " V.I.F.

16'-11" (SUGGEST 16'-11 1 4 ")

13'-11"

1'-11"

1'-3"

1'-2 5

16 "

8' (HIGHLY SUGGEST 8'-0 3 8 ")

11'-9" (SUGGEST 11'-7 5 8 ")

2'-11 5 8 " (SUGGEST 3'-0 5 8 ")

1'-11 5

8 "

BRICK QUANTITY: 1,900

26'-8 5

8 "

CUTS: 2" V.I.F.

8"

CUTS; 4 5 8 " & 5 8 " V.I.F. (SUGGEST TO RUN WILD)

CUTS: 1 9

16 " V.I.F.

16'-11" (SUGGEST 16'-11 1 4 ")

CUTS; 1" & 5" V.I.F.

13'-11"

CUTS; 6 5 8 " & 2 5 8 " V.I.F.

1'-11"

1'-3"

1'-2 5

16 "

8' (SUGGEST 8'-0 3 8 ")

10"

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BRICK QUANTITY: 2,878

24'-81

4 "

13'-2 5

11'-5 5

8 "

8 "

1' (SUGGEST 1'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

4' (SUGGEST 4'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS; 5" & 1" V.I.F.

CUTS; 4 1 4 " & 1

4 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 2" V.I.F.

CUTS; 4 5 8 " & 5 8 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 1 9

16 " V.I.F.

16'-11" (SUGGEST 16'-11 1 4 ")

13'-11"

1'-11"

1'-3"

1'-2 5

16 "

8' (HIGHLY SUGGEST 8'-0 3 8 ")

11'-9" (SUGGEST 11'-7 5 8 ")

2'-11 5 8 " (SUGGEST 3'-0 5 8 ")

1'-11 5

8 "

BRICK QUANTITY: 1,900

26'-8 5

8 "

CUTS: 2" V.I.F.

8"

CUTS; 4 5 8 " & 5 8 " V.I.F. (SUGGEST TO RUN WILD)

CUTS: 1 9

16 " V.I.F.

16'-11" (SUGGEST 16'-11 1 4 ")

CUTS; 1" & 5" V.I.F.

13'-11"

CUTS; 6 5 8 " & 2 5 8 " V.I.F.

1'-11"

1'-3"

1'-2 5

16 "

8' (SUGGEST 8'-0 3 8 ")

10"

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BRICK QUANTITY: 2,878

24'-81

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11'-5 5

8 "

8 "

1' (SUGGEST 1'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

4' (SUGGEST 4'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS; 5" & 1" V.I.F.

CUTS; 4 1 4 " & 1

4 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 2" V.I.F.

CUTS; 4 5 8 " & 5 8 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 1 9

16 " V.I.F.

16'-11" (SUGGEST 16'-11 1 4 ")

13'-11"

1'-11"

1'-3"

1'-2 5

16 "

8' (HIGHLY SUGGEST 8'-0 3 8 ")

11'-9" (SUGGEST 11'-7 5 8 ")

2'-11 5 8 " (SUGGEST 3'-0 5 8 ")

1'-11 5

8 "

BRICK QUANTITY: 817

28'-4 7

8 "

1' (SUGGEST 1'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

4' (SUGGEST 4'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS;

4 7

8 " & 7

8 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 1 9

16 " V.I.F.

31'-11"

BRICK QUANTITY: 817

28'-4 7

8 "

1' (SUGGEST 1'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

4' (SUGGEST 4'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS;

4 7

8 " & 7

8 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 1 9

16 " V.I.F.

31'-11"

BRICK QUANTITY: 618

21'-4 5

8 "

1' (SUGGEST 1'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

CORNER RETURNS (WRAP FULL PANEL DEPTH)

4' (SUGGEST 4'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS; 4 5 8 " & 5

8 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 1 9

16 " V.I.F.

31'-11"

BRICK QUANTITY: 4,148

18'-10 5

4'-2"

8 "

3'-4" (SUGGEST 3'-4 3 8 ")

10'-3" (SUGGEST 10'-3 5 8 ")

5'-3 5 8 " (SUGGEST 5'-2 5 8 ")

3'

1' (SUGGEST 1'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

CUTS; 6 5 8 " & 2 5

8 " V.I.F.

19' (SUGGEST 18'-10 1 4 ")

CUTS; 3" & 7" V.I.F.

CUTS; 4 5 8 " & 5 8 " V.I.F.

2'-5 3 16 " (SUGGEST 2'-5 3 4 ")

CUTS; 7 3 8 " & 3 3

8 " V.I.F.

13'-3 7 16 " (SUGGEST 13'-3 9 16 ")

1'-11"

4'-11"

4'-2 5

16 "

BRICK QUANTITY: 2,044

10'-0 3

8 "

1' (SUGGEST 1'-1 1 16 ")

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

CUTS; 4 3 8 " & 3

8 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 1

4 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

CUTS; 5" & 1" V.I.F.

16'-11" (SUGGEST 16'-11 11 16 ")

13'-11" (SUGGEST 13'-10")

1'-2 5

16 "

BRICK QUANTITY: 290

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

CUTS;

6 7

8 " & 2 7

8 " V.I.F.

CUTS; 7 1 4 " & 3 1

4 " V.I.F.

13'-11" (SUGGEST 13'-10")

1'-2 5

16 "

1'-10 7

1'-31

17'-11"

4 "

8 "

BRICK QUANTITY: 1,464

CUTS: 1 4 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

CORNER RETURNS (WRAP FULL PANEL DEPTH)

CUTS; 2" & 6" V.I.F. (ALL 3 R.O.)

CUTS; 5 5 8 " & 1 5 8 " V.I.F.

9'-8" (SUGGEST 9'-8 11 16 ")

13'-11" (SUGGEST 13'-10")

CUTS; 5 5 8 " & 1 5 8 " V.I.F. (ALL 3 R.O.)

10'-11" (SUGGEST 10'-11 11 16 ")

1'-2 5

16 "

2'-10"

4'

4'

4'

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4'

1'-11 5

8 "

BRICK QUANTITY: 1,309

CUTS: 1 4 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

9'-8" (SUGGEST 9'-8 11 16 ")

13'-11" (SUGGEST 13'-10")

10'-11" (SUGGEST 10'-11 11 16 ")

4' (SUGGEST 4'-0 3 8 ")

4' (SUGGEST 4'-0 3 8 ")

4' (SUGGEST 4'-0 3 8 ")

1'-11 5

1'-11 5

8 "

8 "

4' (SUGFEST 3'-11 5 8 ")

4' (SUGFEST 3'-11 5 8 ")

BRICK QUANTITY: 2,407

CUTS: 1 4 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

CORNER RETURNS (WRAP FULL PANEL DEPTH)

CUTS; 5 5 8 " & 1 5 8 " V.I.F.

9'-8" (SUGGEST 9'-8 11 16 ")

CUTS; 7 3 8 " & 3 3 8 " V.I.F.

13'-11" (SUGGEST 13'-10")

10'-11" (SUGGEST 10'-11 11 16 ")

3'-4" (SUGGEST 3'-4 3 8 ")

14'-3 3 8 " (SUGGEST 14'-3 5 8 ")

8'-10 5 8 " (SUGGEST 8'-10")

1'-11 5

4'

8 "

BRICK QUANTITY: 856

CUTS: 1 4 " V.I.F.

CUTS: 11 16 " V.I.F.

CUTS; 2 1 V.I.F.

2 ' & 6 1

2 "

CUTS; 1

4 " & 4 1

4 "

CUTS; 3 1 V.I.F.

9'-8" (SUGGEST 9'-8 11 16 ")

V.I.F.

4 " & 7 1

4 "

13'-11" (SUGGEST 13'-10")

10'-11" (SUGGEST 10'-11 11 16 ")

CUTS; 7 3 8 " & 3 3 8 " V.I.F.

2'-81 4 " (SUGGEST 2'-7 5 8 ")

4'-21 4 " (SUGGEST 4'-3 5 8 ")

12' (SUGGEST 12'-0 3 8 ")

4'-8 3

8 "

To Assure Proper Blending, Use Thin Brick And Thin Brick Corners From Several Pallets.

Para Asegurar una Mezcla Adecuada, Utilize Ladrillos Delgados y Esquinas de Ladrillo Delgadas de Varias Paletas.

Innovative Brick Systems, LLC Installation Guide for the Versa Liner™ System:

Material:

1. Versa Liner™ brick embedment sheets. 2. Thin brick units TBX Quality, precision sized to + or -1/16” in length and width ( 7 5/8” brick units) with factory applied wax coating Installation tools and equipment: 1. Commercial wet tile saw with non-segmented tile cutting blade. 2. Band saw with fine tooth blade for trimming Versa Liner™ in stacks of 8 3. Utility knife or scissors, or mat cutter ( Logan model 650) 4. Pallet jack or fork lift 5. Basic carpentry tools for formwork assembly 6. High Pressure 3500 PSI Hot Water Machine (Landa 4000) 7. Concrete Vibrator with short pan head ( Wyco 750 SBI ), 2.5” long head. Phone 1-262-639-6770. Mock UP Panel 1. A jobsite mock up panel must be constructed to set quality control standards and demonstrate all material and workmanship performance capabilities. The mock up panel should approximate as closely as possible the typical panel configurations and workmanship techniques. Incorporate similar or the actual formwork, block outs, reveals, reinforcing elements, concrete mix design, vibration technique ( if necessary) and brick layout utilizing waxed brick, PSA, Brick release or the selected retarded slips. After casting the cleaning technique should be demonstrated using the prescribed jobsite or plant pressure washer.

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Handling and Storage

9 Protect pallets of brick and boxes of Versa Liner™ from exposure to sunlight, rain, wind and snow until ready to install. The packaging is subject to degradation from excessive moisture 9 Avoid excessive handling by unloading pallets into a suitable storage area where they will not have to be moved repeatedly prior to installation. 9 Secure any glue containers in a location protected from freezing. Installation of Versa Liner™ and brick 9 Maintain Coursing with Control Lines…… Working from a set of approved brick layout drawings snap control lines on the casting bed prior to placing brick……… Horizontal lines should be snapped vertically every few feet to keep the brick on course…….. Modular brick will require 2.667” per course (1 brick and 1 joint) or 8” for every 3 brick and 3 joints. Closure and Jumbo brick will require 4” per course. The plastic liner should be checked to insure proper positioning. The liners overlap at the edges locking the units together. Proper positioning of the liner in each form will insure that coursing lines up panel to panel when setting the panels. The plastic liner has a slight amount of give either for compression or stretch. It is important to distribute the compression or elongation uniformly through the panel area, always check the coursing as the liners are laid. Areas of brick should be “captured” on all sides by edge strips, forms, window and door block-outs, or termination reveal type strips. Versa liner™ layout 9 Properly overlap and seat all vertical and horizontal interlocking edges or joints, which are made to overlap with a large and small joint profile. Note that the liners have + and – signs along the edges to indicate the joint size and overlap orientation. Cut the liners with a band saw a sharp utility knife, or a mat cutter (Logan model 650). 9 Cut Brick using a wet tile saw with a non segmented wet diamond blade. Cut brick face up for a cleaner cut edge. Install the full and cut brick units at this time leaving out the top course to allow the next Versa Liner sheet to overlap correctly. Cut all brick face up on the tile saw. Remove any debris from the face of the brick and from the liner pockets before placing the brick. 9 Having completed the first coursing and making any adjustments necessary in the liners and the brick for overall panel width, the second course of liner can be installed. 9 When each course of liner is placed (10 brick courses), the brick should then be placed in the liner so that the weight of the brick holds the liner on course

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layout. Check alignment before proceeding to the next set of liners of liners ( each modular liner is 10 courses tall @ 2.667” per course) . If retarder papers are used in lieu of waxed brick, be sure to keep the retarder dry before the casting can be completed. Any retarder paper, which is exposed to moisture, must be replaced before casting. If waxed brick is used be sure to keep the brick out of the sun and heat as much as possible. 9 For corners or edges with more than a 4” return, (PSA) pressure sensitive adhesive coating can be applied along with a nailer across the back of the brick. The nailer holds the brick firmly in place. The Versa Liner™ V8 corner unit folds and forms to the corner. 9 Good quality control on placement of forms and window bucks makes for a better job. It is generally better to allow an extra 1/8” in width than to be too narrow. It is important to use care when inserting final edge or corner brick as the adjacent joints can be crushed when too much force is applied, causing unsightly joints and possibly the need for repairs. It is recommended to use the same elevation datum line to lay out brick on all the panels. Prior to casting : 9 A check of all brick for proper placement, color, etc. should be done prior to rebar placement. Any cracked brick should be replaced at this time. Retarder paper must be in place if non-coated brick is being used. 9 Rebar installers must treat the brick as a finished product and use care when walking on, or placing bar on the brick. Pre-tying columns and beams is recommended, setting the elements in place as a unit to minimize traffic on the brick or dropping bar on the brick which can crack the bricks if they are hit wrong. 9 Rebar placers usually know if they have damaged a brick. Ask them to remove or mark damaged brick as they go. 9 Do a final inspection to remove and replace any damaged brick and remove any tie wire or other debris. Use a shop vac if possible to do a final clean. Compressed air can be used but should be used carefully so as not to dislodge any brick. 9 Again check coursing heights to assure that the brick was installed in the form correctly. A story stick with marks ever 8” is a quick way to ensure proper alignment of brick coursing along each panel edge.

Concrete Placing 9 . If possible, Innovative Brick Systems, LLC. recommends the use of self- compacting concrete mixes requiring little vibration. Experience has shown that these mixes achieve superior finished product, eliminate entrapped air,

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and minimize cleaning effort required. If conventional mixes requiring vibration are to be used, the following guidelines should be used: 9 Use a well sanded mix with no greater than ¾” aggregate. Do not over water the mix which tends to cause segregation and low strengths. 9 It is not recommended to pour concrete in the rain. The rain on the casting surface gets trapped by the brick and templates and mixes with the concrete paste creating a high water cement ratio at the surface and resulting in very low strength at the surface. This can be a problem when pressure washing, resulting in eroded concrete at the joints between the brick. 9 If possible use a smaller discharge hose (3 ½” is preferred), keep the hose close to the ground, and do not discharge directly onto the brick since the impact can cause aggregate to separate from the mix and cause brick to become dislodged. Form a puddle of concrete at the leading edge of concrete placement and discharge into the puddle to “cushion” the brick. 9 Minimize the number of people on the brick and in the mud to the minimum necessary. 9 Use a “pan head” or short head type vibrator designed for relatively thin slabs inserted vertically into the concrete. Avoid using a high cycle “pencil head” type vibrator that is dragged horizontally through the mix, because the pattern of consolidation is inadequate, is harder to judge, and the likelihood of the vibrator head penetrating through the concrete and contacting the brick is much higher. Most conventional vibrators are designed to generate energy radially and will not perform correctly in other positions.

Setting Panels

9 Make sure that each panel’s brick coursing is in alignment with the adjacent one. Be prepared to make minor adjustments as necessary. 9 Remember that the brick closest to the observer is the most important. This usually means that you should be most concerned with the appearance of the brick closest to the ground.

Stripping and Cleaning .

9 Do not strip the plastic liner until just before you are ready to wash the brick if possible. The sooner washing is done after stripping; the easier it is to clean. Use a hot water washer 140 to 210 degrees, and with a pressure of at least

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3400 psi. Higher gpm machines (4-6 gpm) will usually speed the work. A rotating 0 degree nozzle works best for cleaning the concrete off the surface of the brick. Attack the surface at a 45 degree angle to avoid damaging the concrete joints and too aid in chiseling off the concrete bleed. 9 In areas where PSA glue has been used presoak the area to be washed about 30 to 60 min ahead of washing to “soften” the glue. Some people have sprayed a little “Orange Peel” type citrus cleaner on the brick, which seems to help speed the work. If cleaning waxed brick, water temperature is important. Using 190 degree water at fairly high gpm does the best and fastest job. The general expectation is that you should get about 80 SF / MH.

We have made an effort to cover typical installation and casting techniques. If you have specific concerns or questions please call us at 1 800 413 4588 MST during normal business hours.

Innovative Brick Systems, LLC 11625 Reed Court Broomfield, Colorado 80020 720-890-6032

720-890-6038 fax www.mbrick.com

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Broomfield, CO 80020 Phone: (800) 413-4588 Phone: (720) 890-6032 Fax: (720) 890-6038

Info@mbrick.com www.mbrick.com

This MANU-SPEC® utilizes the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) Manual of Practice , including MasterFormat ™, SectionFormat ™ and PageFormat ™. A MANU-SPEC is a manufacturer-specific proprietary product specification using the proprietary method of specifying applicable to project specifications and master guide specifications. Optional text is indicated by brackets [ ]; delete optional text in final copy of specification. Specifier Notes typically precede specification text; delete notes in final copy of specification. Trade/brand names with appropriate symbols typically are used in Specifier Notes; symbols are not used in specification text. Metric conversion, where used, is soft metric conversion. This MANU-SPEC specifies form liners for imbedding thin brick in concrete wall panels. These products are manufactured by Innovative Brick Systems, LLC. Revise MANU-SPEC section number and title below to suit project requirements, specification practices and section content. Refer to CSI MasterFormat ™ for other section numbers and titles.

SECTION 04810 UNIT MASONRY ASSEMBLIES

PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY

Specifier Note: Revise paragraphs below to suit project requirements.

A. Section Includes: Form liners for imbedding thin brick in concrete wall panels.

B. Related Sections:

1. Division 4 Section: Thin Brick.

Specifier Note: Article below may be omitted when specifying manufacturer's proprietary products and recommended installation. Retain Reference Article when specifying products and installation by an industry reference standard. If retained, list standard(s) referenced in this section. Indicate issuing authority name, acronym, standard designation and title. Establish policy for indicating edition date of standard referenced. Conditions of the Contract or Division 1 References Section may establish the edition date of standards. This article does not require compliance with standard, but is merely a listing of references used. Article below should list only those industry standards referenced in this section.

1.02 REFERENCES

A. ASTM International:

1. ASTM D256 Standard Test Methods for Determining the Izod Pendulum Impact Resistance of Plastics.

2. ASTM D638 Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Plastics.

Specifier Note: Article below includes submittal of relevant data to be furnished by Contractor before, during or after construction. Coordinate this article with Architect's and Contractor's duties and responsibilities in Conditions of the Contract and Division 1 Submittal Procedures Section.

1.03 SUBMITTALS

A. General: Submit listed submittals in accordance with Conditions of the Contract and Division 1 Submittal Procedures Section.

SPEC-DATA ® and MANU-SPEC ® are registered trademarks of Reed Elsevier Inc. The three part MANU-SPEC format conforms to the editorial style of the Construction Specifications Institute and is used with their permission. The manufacturer is responsible for technical accuracy. ©2006 Reed Construction Data. All Rights Reserved.

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B. Product Data: Submit product data, including manufacturer’s SPEC-DATA® sheet, for specified products.

Specifier Note: Article below should include prerequisites, standards, limitations and criteria that establish an overall level of quality for products and workmanship for this section. Coordinate article below with Division 1 Quality Assurance Section.

C. Shop Drawings: Submit shop drawings showing details of form liner design and method of installation in formwork.

Specifier Note: The formwork section should call for a full-scale mock-up.

D. Samples: Submit a 1/4 scale concrete panel showing design and texture expected from the form liner.

1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE

Specifier Note: Paragraph below should list obligations for compliance with specific code requirements particular to this section. General statements to comply with a particular code are typically addressed in Conditions of the Contract and Division 1 Regulatory Requirements Section. Repetitive statements should be avoided.

A. Regulatory Requirements and Approvals: [Specify applicable requirements of regulatory agencies.].

1. [Code agency name].

a. [Report or approval number].

Specifier Note: Article below should include special and unique requirements. Coordinate article below with Division 1 Product Requirements Section.

1.05 DELIVERY, STORAGE & HANDLING

A. General: Comply with Division 1 Product Requirements Section.

B. Delivery: Deliver materials in manufacturer's original, unopened, undamaged containers with identification labels intact.

C. Storage and Protection: Store materials protected from exposure to harmful environmental conditions and at temperature and humidity conditions recommended by the manufacturer. PART 2 PRODUCTS Specifier Note: Retain article below for proprietary method specification. Add product attributes, performance characteristics, material standards and descriptions as applicable. Use of such phrases as “or equal” or “or approved equal” or similar phrases may cause ambiguity in specifications. Such phrases require verification (procedural, legal and regulatory) and assignment of responsibility for determining “or equal” products.

2.01 FORM LINERS

Specifier Note: Paragraph below is an addition to CSI SectionFormat and a supplement to MANU-SPEC. Retain or delete paragraph below per project requirements and specifier's practice.

A. Manufacturer: Innovative Brick Systems, LLC.

1. Contact: 11625 Reed Ct., Broomfield, CO 80020; Telephone: (800) 413-4588, (720) 890-6032; Fax: (720) 890-6038; E-mail: info@mbrick.com; website: www.mbrick.com.

Specifier Note: Edit Paragraph below to suit project requirements. If substitutions are permitted, edit text below. Add text to refer to Division 1 Project Requirements (Product Substitutions Procedures) Section.

B. Substitutions: No substitutions permitted.

2.02 MANUFACTURED UNITS

A. VERSA LINER: Conform to brick bond and patterns indicated on the drawings.

1. Thickness: 20 mils (0.51 mm). 2. Weight: 0.142 psf (0.69 kg/m 2 ).

3. Tensile Strength (ASTM D638): 4080 psi (28,111 kPa) at yield.

4. Izod Impact (ASTM D256): 3.3 at 73 degrees F (23 degrees C).

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PART 3 EXECUTION Specifier Note: Paragraph below is an addition to CSI SectionFormat and a supplement to MANU-SPEC. Retain or delete paragraph below per project requirements and specifier’s practice.

3.01 MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS

A. Compliance: Comply with manufacturer’s product data, including product technical bulletins, product catalog installation instructions and product carton instructions for installation.

3.02 EXAMINATION

A. Site Verification of Conditions: Verify that substrate conditions, which have been previously installed under other sections, are acceptable for product installation in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

END OF SECTION

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Recommendations for Removing Wax on Thin Brick

1.) The most important factor is water temperature. The temperature must be 180 degrees at the nozzle. The hotter the better!

2.) Water pressure should be strong enough to evenly remove the wax without damaging the mortar joints or face of brick. Increase the water temperature not the water pressure.

3.) There are no recommendations for the gallons per minute. This will depend on pressure washer used as well.

 Again, Increase the water temperature not the water pressure or amount of water applied.

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Replacing Thin Brick in Mbrick Panels

1. Using a 4” diamond cutting wheel cut along the long side of the damaged brick following the mortar joint. 2. Chip out the damaged brick taking out an additional 1/8” to ¼” of concrete to allow for the thin set material. 3. Apply a suitable thin set exterior mastic or glue to the back of the replacement brick and insert the brick in the pocket making sure the brick is properly aligned and flush with the face of the surrounding brick. 4. Once the setting material has cured use an appropriate grout to tool the joints around the replacement brick.

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