Marvin Windows and Doors_ WIN-1127_ Clad Ultimate Pushout Casement

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					TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE
Engineering Services / MC 103-3A 333 Guadalupe Street P.O. Box 149104 Austin, Texas 78714-9104
Phone No. (512) 322-2212 Fax No. (512) 463-6693

PRODUCT EVALUATION                                                                 Effective July 1, 2009
WIN-1127

The following product has been evaluated for compliance with the wind loads specified in the
International Residential Code (IRC) and the International Building Code (IBC). This product shall
be subject to reevaluation December 2011.
This product evaluation is not an endorsement of this product or a recommendation that this product be
used. The Texas Department of Insurance has not authorized the use of any information contained in the
product evaluation for advertising, or other commercial or promotional purpose.
This product evaluation is intended for use by those individuals who are following the design wind load
criteria in Chapter 3 of the IRC and Section 1609 of the IBC. The design loads determined for the
building or structure shall not exceed the design load rating specified for the products shown in the
limitations section of this product evaluation. This product evaluation does not relieve a Texas licensed
engineer of his responsibilities as outlined in the Texas Insurance Code, the Texas Administrative Code,
and the Texas Engineering Practice Act.


Clad Ultimate Pushout Casement Picture Window and Clad Ultimate Replacement Pushout
Casement Picture Window, Wood Window, Non-impact Resistant, manufactured by

Marvin Windows and Doors
P.O. Box 100
Highway 11 West
Warroad, Minnesota 56763-0100
(218) 386-4021

will be acceptable in designated catastrophe areas along the Texas Gulf Coast when installed in
accordance with the manufacturer’s installation instructions and this product evaluation report.

                                      PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The clad ultimate pushout casement picture windows and the clad ultimate replacement pushout
casement windows are aluminum clad wood pushout casement replacement picture windows. The
aluminum clad wood pushout casement picture windows evaluated in this report are individual, non-
impact resistant windows. This product evaluation report is for aluminum clad wood pushout casement
picture windows based on the following tested constructions:

General Description:
 System                    Description                                     Label Rating
             Clad Ultimate Pushout Casement Picture
    1                                                                   FW-C50 64 x 96.13
                           Window; (X)
               Clad Ultimate Replacement Pushout
    2                                                                   FW-C50 64 x 96.13
                  Casement Picture Window; (X)
             Clad Ultimate Pushout Casement Picture
    3                                                                   FW-C50 96.13 x 64
                           Window; (X)
               Clad Ultimate Replacement Pushout
    4                                                                   FW-C50 96.13 x 64
                  Casement Picture Window; (X)
             Clad Ultimate Pushout Casement Picture
    5                                                                   FW-C50 88 x 96.13
                           Window; (X)
             Clad Ultimate Pushout Casement Picture
    6                                                                   FW-C50 96.13 x 88
                           Window; (X)
             Clad Ultimate Pushout Casement Picture
    7                                                                   FW-C50 72 x 71.13
                           Window; (X)

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Product Dimensions:
  System          Overall Size                             Sash Size                 Fixed Daylight Opening
    1-2           64” x 96 18 ”                          62 516 ” x 94 7 16 ”            58 1 4 ” x 90 3 8 ”
    3-4                     96 18 ” x 64”                94 7 16 ” x 62 516 ”            90 3 8 ” x 58 1 4 ”
        5                   88” x 96 18 ”                86 516 ” x 94 7 16 ”            82 1 4 ” x 90 3 8 ”
        6                   96 18 ” x 88”                94 7 16 ” x 86 516 ”            90 3 8 ” x 82 1 4 ”
        7                   72” x 71 18 ”                70 516 ” x 69 7 16 ”           66 7 32 ” x 65 11 32 ”

Glazing Description:
  System                       Glass Construction
                                                    1
                                                                                 Glazing Method
                                                                                                  2

    1-2                               IG-1                                             GM-1
    3-4                               IG-1                                             GM-1
     5                                IG-2                                             GM-2
     6                                IG-2                                             GM-2
     7                                IG-3                                             GM-2
            1
Note:           See the “Glass Construction Key” for the glazing construction.
            2
                See the “Glazing Method Key” for the glazing method description.

Glass Construction Key:
IG-1: The sash contains a sealed insulating glass unit. The sealed insulating glass unit is comprised of
       two 316 ” tempered glass lites separated by a desiccant-filled stainless steel spacer system. The
       glass thickness used in the insulating glass unit of the tested assembly and in smaller assemblies
       shall comply with ASTM E 1300-04.

IG-2:       The sash contains a sealed insulating glass unit. The sealed insulating glass unit is comprised of
            two 1 4 ” tempered glass lites separated by a desiccant-filled stainless steel spacer system. The
            glass thickness used in the insulating glass unit of the tested assembly and in smaller assemblies
            shall comply with ASTM E 1300-04.

IG-3:       The sash contains a sealed insulating glass unit. The sealed insulating glass unit is comprised of
            two 316 ” annealed glass lites separated by a desiccant-filled stainless steel spacer system. The
            glass thickness and type used in the insulating glass unit of the tested assembly and in smaller
            assemblies shall comply with ASTM E 1300-04.

Glazing Method Key:
GM-1: The insulating glass unit is set from the exterior against Dow 1199 structural silicone sealant.
       The insulating glass units are sandwiched between the exterior cladding and the wood interior
       with Dow 1199 structural silicone sealant on the exterior.

GM-2: The insulating glass unit is set from the exterior against Manus 35MP. The insulating glass units
      are sandwiched between the exterior cladding and the wood interior with Manus 35MP structural
      silicone sealant on the exterior.

Frame Construction: The frame head, sill, and side jambs consist of wood members with butt joints.
The frame corners are secured with staples. Aluminum cladding: The aluminum cladding corners are
miter cut, sealed, and secured with silicone injected corner keys and two (2) screws per corner. The
aluminum cladding is slip-fit onto the exterior of the frame.

Sash Construction: The sash members consist of wood members with slot and tenon construction at
the corners. The sash corners are secured with staples. Aluminum cladding: The aluminum cladding is
secured to the wood members with vinyl connectors.


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Hardware:

            System 1-4:
    •       Stationary brackets; 18 required; 3 per head/sill, 6 per jamb; 6 3 4 inches from each corner, evenly
            spaced

            System 5-6:
    •       Stationary brackets; Quantity varies; 6 3 4 inches from each corner, evenly spaced, not to exceed
            15 inches on center.

            System 7:
    •       Stationary brackets; Quantity varies; 6 3 4 inches from each corner, evenly spaced, not to exceed
            15 inches on center.
    •       Sill brackets; Three (3) required; 16 inches from each corner and 20 inches on center.

Product Identification: A certification program label (WDMA Hallmark Certified) will be affixed to the
window. The certification program label includes the manufacturer's name; product name; performance
characteristics; the approved inspection agency (WDMA); and the applicable standards:
ANSI/AAMA/NWWDA 101/I.S.2-97; AAMA/WDMA 101/I.S.2/NAFS-02, and AAMA/WDMA/CSA
101/I.S.2/A440-05.


                                                  LIMITATIONS
Design pressures (DP):
 System       Maximum Width (in.)                 Maximum Height (in.)              Design Pressure (psf)
    1-2                      64                         96 18                                ± 50
    3-4                    96   1
                                    8                       64                               ± 50
        5                    88                            96 18                             ± 50
        6                  96 18                            88                               ± 50
        7                    72                            71 18                             ± 50

Impact Resistance: These window assemblies do not satisfy the Texas Department of Insurance’s
criteria for protection from windborne debris. These window assemblies will need to be protected with an
impact protective system when installed in areas where windborne debris protection is required.

Acceptance of Smaller Assemblies: Windows assemblies with dimensions equal to or smaller than
those specified above are acceptable within the limitations specified in this report.


                                        INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

General: The window assembly shall be prepared and installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s
recommended installation instructions. Detailed installation instructions and drawings are available from
the manufacturer.

Installation (Systems 1-6): The window shall be fastened to minimum Southern Yellow Pine dimension
lumber using the frame of the window. The window frame side jambs, head, and sill are secured to the
wall framing with No. 8 x 3” screws through the window frame. The fasteners shall be spaced
approximately 4 inches from each corner and approximately 15 inches on center. The fasteners shall be
long enough to penetrate a minimum of 1 1 2 inches into the wall framing members.

Installation (System 7): The window shall be fastened to minimum Southern Yellow Pine dimension
lumber using the nailing fin of the window. The nailing fin is secured to the wall framing with minimum 12

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gauge galvanized roofing nails. The fasteners shall be spaced approximately 6 inches from each corner
and approximately 8 inches on center along the perimeter of the window. The fasteners shall be long
enough to penetrate a minimum of 1 1 2 inches into the wall framing members.




Note: The manufacturer’s installation instructions shall be available on the job site during installation.
All fasteners shall be corrosion resistant as specified in the International Residential Code (IRC), the
International Building Code (IBC), and the Texas Revisions.




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