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									Life Shield Engineered Systems LLC:
       Installation Procedure
STEP ONE: Hole Configuration
   Take steel plate used
    for ceiling and floor
    fastening or plywood
    that is same size and
    use as template for   hole lay out.jpg
                                                     hole lay out.jpg
    marking holes for Hilti
                                             hole lay out.jpg
                                                  hole lay out.jpg

    threaded sleeve
    inserts on ceilings and                  hole lay out.jpg
    floor every 12” on
STEP TWO: Drilling holes
   Drill all holes
    6 5/8” deep so that
    the Hilti threaded
    sleeve fits flush to
    substrate with DD
    130 Hilti core drill
    with a 1 1/8” Core
    Diamond bit.
STEP TWO: Drilling holes cont.

   Any holes not
    accessible with
    core drill, use TE
    46 Hilti hammer
    drill with 1 1/8” X
    15” bit to
    complete the
STEP THREE: Fit test holes
   Fit test all holes with bolts to be sure of
    right depth (flush to the substrate).
   If too shallow, drill to correct depth
   If too deep, put sand in to fill until sleeve is
    flush with surface.
   Clean all holes of debris and concrete dust.
    Make sure they are all dry before installing
    epoxy inserts and threaded sleeves.
STEP FOUR: Installing epoxy
   Install all 7/8” Epoxy
    Hilti sleeves.
STEP FIVE: Installing metal
threaded sleeves
   Drive 5/8” X 6 5/8”
    Hilti metal threaded
    sleeves using TE46
    Hilti hammer drill and
    the Hilti socket and
    shaft driver.
*One pack HVU Adhesive
    Capsule, set for 5 minutes at
    500 or as specified on pkg.
    before removing setting tool
STEP SIX: Recheck configuration
 After all anchors are installed, recheck all
  sleeves with steel plate or plywood
  template to be sure holes line up.
 If holes do not line up, use reaming tool on
  the steel plate to adjust holes for fit (cutting
  torch or die grinder)
* Never cut holes too big for metal square
  washers to completely cover.
STEP SEVEN: Laying out panel
   Measure wall for exact
    length needed.
   Mark panel at the top
    and bottom
   Lay out panel with lines
    on each end for bending
    900 angle on each end
    (typically lay out and
    bend angle ½” – ¾”
    short or as needed so
    panel will get a tight fit
    to wall with no bulges).
STEP EIGHT: Bending polymer
   Use heating tray or
    heat gun to bend 900
   If using heating tray,
    heat for 1 minute then
    bend and hold until
    panel has cooled or
    900 angle holds.
STEP EIGHT: Bending polymer cont.

   If using heat gun to
    warm polymer, heat
    until whole width of
    panel is
    warm/softened then
    bend and hold until
    900 angle holds.
STEP NINE: Drilling holes in
polymer sheet
   Use steel or plywood
    template to mark holes
    in polymer then drill
    with 1 1/8” hole saw
    drill bit.
STEP TEN: Fastening polymer
 Hold panel flush to
  ceiling on wall.
 Place plate on
  polymer and fasten
  to ceiling with 5/8”
  grade 8 bolts.
* Impact gun that will
  achieve 70 ft pnd’s
  torque and torque
  wrench are
STEP TEN: cont.
   Check to be sure panel is square then
    tighten all bolts to 70 ft pounds of torque
    starting in center of plate working out.
   If you have wrinkles, loosen bolts nearest
    the bulge, push bulge out then retighten the
STEP TEN: cont
   Move to floor
    repeating the same
    process. Make sure all
    edges are square and
    no bulges are in panel.
STEP ELEVEN: Seam detail
   Once complete, tape
    center seam using
    specified seam tape
    being sure to have no
    wrinkles in tape.
   For finished wall
    system use specified
    seam feathering
STEP TWELVE: Finishing up
  Paint or wallpaper for
   desired results.
* It is the responsibility of
   panel installer to
   contact the coating
   manufacturer or wall
   covering manufacturer
   for surface preparation
   and installation

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