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									                             Johns Manville Roofing System
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Specification 2FID-SA1 FR

Two-Ply Self-Adhering Modified Bitumen Mineral
Surfaced Roofing System. For use over Johns Manville                     Non-Nailable Deck
                                                                         or Approved Insulation                    JMCleanBond SBS Base
                                                                                                                                                       4”
                                                                                                                                                       End Lap
(JM) insulation approved for self-adhering products and
                                                                         JM Concrete Primer
approved decks on inclines up to 3” per foot (250 mm/m).                 (If Required)

                                                                         JMCleanBond SBS Utility
Materials per 100 sq. ft. (9.29 m2) of Roof Area                         Sheet May Be Used As                                              JMCleanBond SBS Cap
Primer (if required):                                                    Header
JM Concrete Primer                              1 gallon (3.8 liters)                                            4” Self-Adhering




                                                                            Drainage
                                                                                                                 Side Lap
Base Ply:                                                                                         Full
JMCleanBond™ SBS Base                                        1 layer                              Sheet
                                                                                                                                    4” MBR Utility
Cap:                                                                                                                                Cement, MBR
JMCleanBond™ SBS Cap                                         1 layer                                                       Full     Flashing Cement
                                                                                                                                    or Heat Welded
                                                                                                                           Sheet
Approximate installed weight: 130-150 lbs. (59-68 kgs.)                                                                             End Lap
                                                                                       Half
                                                                                                                                    End Laps
                                                                                       Sheet 4” Self-Adhering Side Lap
                                                                                                                                    Staggered
General                                                                                                                             36” Apart (Min.)

This specification is for use over any type of approved substrate          2FID-SA1 FR
or structural deck. Poured and pre-cast concrete decks require a
suitable surface to receive the roof and require priming with JM        Base Sheet Application
Concrete Primer.
                                                                        Starting at the low point of the roof, install a half-sheet-width
This specification is also for use over JM roof insulations recom-      piece of JMCleanBond Base Sheet over the approved substrate
mended for self-adhering products. Insulation should be in              at the roof edge. Remove the bottom release film and roll-in the
accordance with the appropriate JM Insulation Specification             product to ensure full adhesion. Subsequent base sheets are to
detailed in the JM Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems Manual.        be applied in full width, with 4” (102 mm) side laps. Unroll the
This specification can also be used in certain reroofing situations.    base sheet (cut to usable lengths) and allow to relax. Position
Refer to the “Reroofing” section of the JM Commercial/Industrial        the full-width base sheet, with the bottom film intact, so that the
Roofing Systems Manual or to the JM web site.                           leading edge covers the 4” (102 mm) side lap of the previously
Note: This specification is not to be used directly over gypsum,        installed base sheet and lines up with the perforated “go-to”
either poured or pre-cast, cementitious wood fiber decks, or            line. Fold the full-width base sheet along its length and remove
lightweight insulating concrete decks or fills.                         the release film from the 4” (102 mm) side lap of the half sheet
                                                                        and the corresponding release film from the bottom of the base
Design and installation of the deck and/or roof substrate must          sheet. Mate the two self-adhering surfaces from the center of
result in the roof draining freely, to outlets numerous enough and      the full-width base sheet to the roof edge. Fold the other half of
so located as to remove water promptly and completely. Areas            the base sheet back along its center and repeat the previous
where water ponds for more than 24 hours are unacceptable               process. Roll the base sheet with a 75 to 100 lb. (34 to 45 kg.)
and will not be eligible for a JM Roofing System Guarantee.             split-wheel, weighted roller, being sure to roll across the width of
Note: All general instructions contained in the current JM              the sheet first, then lengthwise, for full adhesion. The remaining
Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems Manual shall be                   base sheets are to be installed full width in the same manner.
considered part of this specification.                                  Leave the top release film intact until the cap sheet is installed.
                                                                        Note: JMCleanBond SBS Base Sheet needs to be covered with
Flashings                                                               JMCleanBond SBS Cap or Utility Sheet within 48 hours of
Self-adhering flashing details can be found in the “Bituminous          exposure to direct sunlight. The top layer of release film on the
Flashings” section of the JM web site or the JM                         base sheets must remain intact until the cap or utility sheet is
Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems Manual.                           applied.

Application
Ambient temperature should be 45ºF (7ºC) or greater to obtain
proper adhesion. On roof decks with slopes up to 11⁄2” per foot
(125 mm/m), JMCleanBond sheets may be installed either
perpendicular or parallel to the roof incline.




                                                                        Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior
                                                                        to using this product.                            RS-4804 V2 8-05
Specification 2FID-SA1 FR


Cap Sheet Application                                                     Non-Nailable Decks: On decks with a slope over 11⁄2” per foot
                                                                          (125 mm/m) and up to 3” per foot (250 mm/m), the JMCleanBond
A) Unroll the cap sheet (cut to usable lengths) and allow to relax.       sheets must be installed parallel to the incline and must be back
   Position the first full cap sheet (with the bottom release film        nailed. Pressure-treated wood nailers shall be attached to the
   intact) over the release film of the already installed base            deck, run perpendicular to the incline, be capable of retaining
   sheet (Note: The base sheet side lap should fall centered              the nails securing the roofing sheets, have the same thickness
   under the cap sheet). Fold the cap sheet along its length and          as the insulation, and be at least 31⁄2” (89 mm) wide. They should
   remove the release film from the bottom of the cap sheet and           be securely attached to the deck with mechanical fasteners to
   the corresponding top release film on the base sheet. Mate             resist a pullout force of 200 pounds (890 N). Wood nailers shall
   the two self-adhering surfaces from the center of the cap              be provided at the ridge and at the following approximate
   sheet to the side lap. Fold the other half of the cap sheet back       intermediate points:
   along its center and repeat the previous process. Align all
   subsequent cap sheets with the 4” (102 mm) side lap of the             Incline (Inches per Foot)               Nailer Spacing (D)
   previous installed cap sheet and repeat the process as                 0” - 1 ⁄2”     1
                                                                                                                  Not required
   described above. After all cap sheets are installed, roll across       (0 mm/m - 125 mm/m)
   the width first, then lengthwise with a 75 to 100 lb. (34 to 45 kg.)   1 1⁄2” - 3”                             32’ (9.8 m) (max.)
   split-wheel, weighted roller, to ensure full adhesion.                 (125 mm/m - 250 mm/m)                   face-to-face
B) Prepare all 4” (102 mm) end laps by first removing all loose
   granules. Then, with a hot air gun, apply heat to the 4” (102 mm)      Nail the modified bitumen cap sheet at the end lap across the
   end lap making sure both sheets have a good compound flow to           width of the sheet, with the first nail spaced 3⁄4” (19 mm) from the
   adhere the two surfaces. The granules on the bottom cap sheet          leading edge of the sheet, and the remaining nails spaced
   should “sink” into the asphalt. All laps must be rolled with a         approximately 81⁄2” (216 mm) o.c. The nails shall be staggered
   rounded edge roller. A 1/8” to 3/8” (3 mm to 10 mm) bleedout of        across the width of the nailer to reduce the risk of the sheet
   SBS compound shall be visible at the edge of all seams. All laps       tearing along the nail line. Nails must have an integral 1” (25 mm)
   must be checked for good adhesion.                                     (min.) diameter cap. Where capped nails are not used, fasteners
                                                                          must be driven through caps having a 1” (25 mm) (min.) diame-
   Or…                                                                    ter. All nails are to be at least 2” (51 mm) from the end of the
C) Prepare all 4” (102 mm) end laps by removing all loose gran-           overlapping sheet.
   ules and apply MBR® Utility Cement or MBR® Flashing Cement             Nailers must also be used around the roof perimeter, openings
   to the 4” (102 mm) end laps and mate the end lap surfaces.             and penetrations, for nailing roofing membrane, gravel stops,
   Apply pressure to achieve a 1/8” to 3/8” (3 mm to 10 mm)               roof fixtures and fascia systems.
   bleedout. Ensure full coverage and check for good adhesion.

Application of JM SBS Modified Bitumen Products may require               Surfacing
the use of a hot air gun. Improper use of these materials and             No additional surfacing is required.
application equipment can result in severe burns and/or other
physical injury, as well as damage to property. In order to pre-
vent these situations, the mechanic must install the materials
using the techniques recommended by JM.
                                                                            4” End Lap




Steep Slope Requirements
Special procedures are required on inclines over 11⁄2” per foot
(125 mm/m).
Self-adhering SBS roofing membranes can be applied on
inclines up to 3” per foot (250 mm/m) when proper precautions
are taken. On non-nailable decks, wood nailers must be used.
Nailers act as insulation stops for the roof insulation and as a                                                      JMCleanBond
facility to back nail the membrane.                                                          JMCleanBond               SBS Base
                                                                                             SBS Cap
On slopes up to 11⁄2” per foot (125 mm/m), the roofing sheets may
be installed either perpendicular or parallel to the roof incline.




                                                                                                                                 RS-4804 V2 8-05
Specification 3FID-SA1 FR

Three-Ply Self-Adhering Modified Bitumen Mineral                              Non-Nailable Deck                         JMCleanBond SBS
                                                                                                                        Utility Sheet May Be
Surfaced Roofing System. For use over Johns Manville                          or Approved Insulation
                                                                                                                        Used As Header
(JM) insulation, approved decks, or other approved                            JM Concrete Primer
                                                                              (If Required)
insulations on inclines up to 3” per foot (250 mm/m).
                                                                                    JMCleanBond
Materials per 100 sq. ft. (9.29 m2) of Roof Area                                    SBS Base
                                                                                                                                            4” Self-Adhering Side Lap
Primer (if required):




                                                                         Drainage
                                                                                                                                                   JMCleanBond
                                                                                                                                                    SBS Cap
JM Concrete Primer                               1 gallon (3.8 liters)
Base/Intermediate Plies:
JMCleanBond™ SBS Base                                      2 layers                                                                    4” MBR Utility




                                                                                                               173⁄4”
Cap:                                                                                                                                   Cement, MBR




                                                                                                                               Sheet
                                                                                                                                       Flashing Cement




                                                                                                                                Full
                                                                                       Sheet
                                                                                        Full
JMCleanBond™ SBS Cap                                         1 layer                                                                   or Heat Welded
                                                                                                                                       End Lap
Approximate installed weight: 170-190 lbs. (77-86 kgs.)




                                                                                                       Sheet
                                                                                                                                       End Laps




                                                                                                        Half
                                                                                                                                       Staggered
General                                                                                                                                36” Apart (Min.)

This specification is for use over any type of approved substrate
                                                                              3FID-SA1 FR
or structural deck. Poured and pre-cast concrete decks require
a suitable surface to receive the roof and require priming with          Base Sheet Application
JM Concrete Primer.
                                                                         Unroll the base sheet (cut to usable lengths) and allow to
This specification is also for use over JM roof insulations which        relax. Starting at the low point of the roof, begin the first layer
are not nailable and which provide a suitable surface to receive         of base ply by positioning a full-width piece of JMCleanBond
the roof. Insulation should be installed in accordance with the          Base Sheet over the approved substrate at the roof edge with
appropriate JM Insulation Specification detailed in the JM               the side lap upslope. Fold the downslope edge of the base
Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems Manual.                            sheet back along its length, remove the bottom release film
This specification can also be used in certain reroofing situations.     and lower into position from the center out. Fold the other half
Refer to the “Reroofing” section of the JM Commercial/Industrial         up along the length of the sheet, remove the bottom release
Roofing Systems Manual or to the JM web site.                            film and lower it back into position. To begin the second layer
                                                                         of base ply, start again at the low point of the roof and position
Note: This specification is not to be used over poured or pre-
                                                                         a half-width JMCleanBond Base Sheet, with the bottom film
cast gypsum decks, cementitious wood fiber decks or light-
                                                                         intact, over the uppermost release film of the previously
weight insulating concrete decks or fills without JM insulation.
                                                                         installed full-width base sheet. Remove the release film from
Design and installation of the deck and/or roof substrate must           the bottom of the half-width base sheet and the corresponding
result in the roof draining freely, to outlets numerous enough           release film from the top of the already installed full-width
and so located as to remove water promptly and completely.               base sheet. Mate the two self-adhering surfaces. Roll the
Areas where water ponds for more than 24 hours are                       base sheet with a 75 to 100 lb. (34 to 45 kg.) split-wheel,
unacceptable and will not be eligible for a JM Roofing                   weighted roller, being sure to roll across the width of the
System Guarantee.                                                        sheet first, then lengthwise, for full adhesion. The remaining
Note: All general instructions contained in the current JM               base sheets are to be installed full width in the same manner
Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems Manual shall be                    so that at least two plies cover the substrate at all locations.
considered part of this specification.                                   Note: JMCleanBond SBS Base Sheet needs to be covered
                                                                         with JMCleanBond SBS Cap or Utility Sheet within 48 hours
Flashings                                                                of exposure to direct sunlight. The top layer of release film on
                                                                         the base sheets must remain intact until the cap or utility
Self-adhering flashing details can be found in the “Bituminous           sheet is applied.
Flashings” section of the JM web site or the JM
Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems Manual.

Application
Ambient temperature should be 45ºF (7ºC) or greater to obtain
proper adhesion. On roof decks with slopes up to 11⁄2” per foot
(125 mm/m), the modified bitumen sheets may be installed
either perpendicular or parallel to the roof incline.


                                                                         Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and product label prior to
                                                                         using this product.                               RS-4805 V2 8-05
Specification 3FID-SA1 FR


Cap Sheet Application                                                     Non-Nailable Decks: On decks with a slope over 11⁄2” per foot
A) Unroll the cap sheet (cut to usable lengths) and allow to relax.       (125 mm/m) and up to 3” per foot (250 mm/m), the JMCleanBond
   Position the first full cap sheet (with the bottom release film        sheets must be installed parallel to the incline and must be back
   intact) over the release film of the already installed base            nailed. Pressure-treated wood nailers shall be attached to the
   sheet (Note: The base sheet side lap should fall centered              deck, run perpendicular to the incline, be capable of retaining
   under the cap sheet). Fold the cap sheet along its length and          the nails securing the roofing sheets, have the same thickness
   remove the release film from the bottom of the cap sheet and           as the insulation, and be at least 31⁄2” (89 mm) wide. They should
   the corresponding top release film on the base sheet. Mate             be securely attached to the deck with mechanical fasteners to
   the two self-adhering surfaces from the center of the cap              resist a pullout force of 200 pounds (890 N). Wood nailers shall
   sheet to the side lap. Fold the other half of the cap sheet back       be provided at the ridge and at the following approximate
   along its center and repeat the previous process. Align all            intermediate points:
   subsequent cap sheets with the 4” (102 mm) side lap of the             Incline (Inches per Foot)               Nailer Spacing (D)
   previous installed cap sheet and repeat the process as
                                                                          0” - 1 ⁄2”     1
                                                                                                                  Not required
   described above. After all cap sheets are installed, roll across
                                                                          (0 mm/m - 125 mm/m)
   the width first, then lengthwise with a 75 to 100 lb. (34 to 45 kg.)
   split-wheel, weighted roller, to ensure full adhesion.                 11⁄2” - 3”                              32' (9.8 m) (max.)
                                                                          (125 mm/m - 250 mm/m)                   face-to-face
B) Prepare all 4” (102 mm) end laps by first removing all loose
   granules. Then, with a hot air gun, apply heat to the 4” (102 mm)
                                                                          Nail the modified bitumen cap sheet at the end lap across the
   end lap making sure both sheets have a good compound flow
                                                                          width of the sheet, with the first nail spaced 3⁄4” (19 mm) from
   to adhere the two surfaces. The granules on the bottom cap
                                                                          the leading edge of the sheet, and the remaining nails spaced
   sheet should “sink” into the asphalt. All laps must be rolled
                                                                          approximately 8 1⁄2” (216 mm) o.c. The nails shall be staggered
   with a rounded edge roller. A 1/8” to 3/8” (3 mm to 10 mm)
                                                                          across the width of the nailer to reduce the risk of the sheet
   bleedout of SBS compound shall be visible at the edge of all
                                                                          tearing along the nail line. Nails must have an integral 1” (25 mm)
   seams. All laps must be checked for good adhesion.
                                                                          (min.) diameter cap. Where capped nails are not used, fasteners
Or …                                                                      must be driven through caps having a 1” (25 mm) (min.) diame-
C) Prepare all 4” (102 mm) end laps by removing all loose granules,       ter. All nails are to be at least 2” (51 mm) from the end of the
   then apply MBR® Utility Cement or MBR® Flashing Cement to              overlapping sheet.
   the 4” (102 mm) end laps and mate the end lap surfaces.                Nailers must also be used around the roof perimeter, openings
   Apply pressure to achieve a 1/8” to 3/8” (3 mm to 10 mm)               and penetrations, for nailing roofing membrane, gravel stops,
   bleedout. Ensure full coverage and check for good adhesion.            roof fixtures and fascia systems.
Application of JM SBS Modified Bitumen Products may require               Surfacing
the use of a hot air gun. Improper use of these materials and
application equipment can result in severe burns and/or other             No additional surfacing is required.
physical injury, as well as damage to property. In order to pre-
vent these situations, the mechanic must install the materials
using the techniques recommended by JM.
                                                                            4” End Lap




Steep Slope Requirements
Special procedures are required on inclines over 11⁄2” per foot
(125 mm/m).
Self-adhering SBS roofing membranes can be applied on inclines
up to 3” per foot (250 mm/m) when proper precautions are taken.
On non-nailable decks, wood nailers must be used. Nailers act as
insulation stops for the roof insulation and as a facility to back
nail the membrane.
                                                                                             JMCleanBond      JMCleanBond
On slopes up to 11⁄2” per foot (125 mm/m), the roofing sheets may                              SBS Cap         SBS Base
be installed either perpendicular or parallel to the roof incline.




                                                                                                                               RS-4805 V2 8-05
Specification 3FND-SA1 FR

Three-Ply Self-Adhering Modified Bitumen Mineral                        Nailable Deck
                                                                                                                  Nails
Surfaced Roofing System. For use over Johns Manville
(JM) insulation and approved nailable decks on inclines                        DeckPro                                                      4” Self-Adhering
                                                                                                                                            Side Lap
up to 3” per foot (250 mm/m).                                                                                             9”


                                                                                                       18”
Materials per 100 sq. ft. (9.29 m2) of Roof Area
Base Ply:                                                                                                                                                             N JMCleanBond




                                                                                                      11”
                                                                                                                                                                        SBS Cap Sheet
DeckPro™ Nailable Base Sheet                              1 layer




                                                                    Drainage
Intermediate Ply:




                                                                                                                               Full Sheet
                                                                                  4” Lap                     9”
JMCleanBond™ SBS Base                                     1 layer
Cap:                                                                                                                                                             4” MBR Utility
                                                                                                                                                                 Cement, MBR
                                                                                                Full Sheet
JMCleanBond™ SBS Cap                                      1 layer                                                                                    Full
                                                                                                                                                    Sheet
                                                                                                                                                                 Flashing
                                                                                                                                                                 Cement or Heat
Approximate installed weight: 127-167 lbs. (58-76 kgs.)                                                                                                          Welded End Lap

                                                                                                      Half                                                     End Laps
                                                                                           9”        Sheet                                                     Staggered
General                                                                                                                                                        36” Apart (Min.)

This specification is for use over any type of approved                  3FND-SA1 FR               JMCleanBond SBS Base
structural deck (without insulation) which can receive and
adequately retain nails or other mechanical fasterners              approximately 18” (457 mm) centers. Use nails or fasteners
that may be recommended by the deck manufacturer.                   appropriate to the type of deck, with 1” (25 mm) minimum
Examples of these decks are wood, plywood, and oriented             diameter caps. For additional fastener information, refer to
strand board (OSB). This specification is not for use               the fastener data in the “Roof Decks” section of the current
directly over lightweight insulating concrete decks.                JM Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems Manual.
Design and installation of the deck and/or roof sub-
strate must result in the roof draining freely, to outlets          Intermediate Ply Application
numerous enough and so located as to remove water                   Starting at the low point of the roof, install a half-sheet-
promptly and completely. Areas where water ponds for                width piece of JMCleanBond Base Sheet over the
more than 24 hours are unacceptable and will not be                 previously installed DeckPro base sheet. Remove the
eligible for a JM Roofing System Guarantee.                         bottom release film and roll in the product to ensure full
                                                                    adhesion. Unroll the base sheet (cut to usable lengths)
Note: All general instructions contained in the current
                                                                    and allow to relax. Position the full-width base sheet,
JM Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems Manual
                                                                    with the bottom film intact, so that the leading edge is
shall be considered part of this specification.
                                                                    lined up with the perforated side lap line of the previously
                                                                    installed half-width base sheet. Fold the full-width base
Flashings                                                           sheet along its length and remove the release film from
Self-adhering flashing details can be found in the                  the selvedge of the half-width base sheet and from the
“Bituminous Flashings” section of the JM web site.                  leading half of the bottom of the full-width base sheet.
                                                                    Mate the two self-adhering surfaces from the center of
Application                                                         the full-width base sheet to the roof edge. Fold the other
Ambient temperature should be 45ºF (7ºC) or greater to              half of the full-width base sheet back along its center
obtain proper adhesion.                                             and repeat the previous process. Roll across the width
                                                                    of (perpendicular to) the base sheets with a 75 to 100 lb.
Base Ply Application                                                (34 to 45 kg.) split-wheel, weighted roller to ensure full
                                                                    adhesion. The remaining base sheets are to be installed
On roof decks with slopes up to 11⁄2” per foot (125 mm/m),
                                                                    full width in the same manner with a 4” (102 mm) side
the modified bitumen sheets may be installed either
                                                                    lap exposure so that at least 1 ply covers the DeckPro at
perpendicular or parallel to the roof incline.
                                                                    all locations.
Starting at the low point of the roof, install one full-width       Note: JMCleanBond SBS Base Sheet needs to be covered
sheet of DeckPro. The remaining sheets of DeckPro are to            with JMCleanBond SBS Cap or Utility Sheet within 48
be applied full width with 4” (102 mm) side and end laps            hours of exposure to direct sunlight.
over the preceding sheets. Nail the laps on 9” (229 mm)
centers, and down the longitudinal body of each DeckPro
sheet, place two rows of nails, with the rows spaced                Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and product label prior to
approximately 11” (279 mm) apart, and nails staggered on            using this product.                                   RS-4846 8-05
Specification 3FID-SA1 FR (cont.)


Cap Sheet Application                                            Steep Slope Requirements
A) Unroll the cap sheet (cut to usable lengths) and allow to     Special procedures are required on inclines over 11⁄2” per
   relax. Position the cap sheet (with the bottom release        foot (125 mm/m).
   film intact) over the release film of the already installed   Self-adhering SBS roofing membranes can be applied on
   base sheet (Note: The base sheet side lap should fall         inclines up to 3” per foot (250 mm/m) when proper precau-
   centered under the cap sheet). Fold the cap sheet up          tions are taken.
   along its length and remove the exposed half of the
   release film from the bottom of the cap sheet and the         On decks with slopes over 11⁄2” per foot (125 mm/m), the
   corresponding top release film on the base sheet. Mate        roofing felts must be installed parallel to the incline. Nail
   the two self-adhering surfaces from the center of the         the end laps of the modified bitumen cap sheet across the
   cap sheet to the side lap. Fold the other half of the cap     width of the sheet on 81⁄2” (216 mm) centers. All nails are to
   sheet back along its center and repeat the previous           be covered by the lap of the next sheet.
   process. Align all subsequent cap sheets with the 4”          Surfacing
   (102 mm) side lap of the previous installed cap sheet and
                                                                 No additional surfacing is required.
   repeat the process as described above. After all cap
   sheets are installed, roll across the width first, then
   lengthwise with a 75 to 100 lb. (34 to 45 kg.) split-wheel,
   weighted roller, to ensure full adhesion.
B) Prepare all 4” (102 mm) end laps by first removing all
                                                                  4” End Lap




   loose granules. Then, with a hot air gun, apply heat to the
   4” (102 mm) end lap making sure both sheets have a
   good compound flow to adhere the two surfaces. The
   granules on the bottom cap sheet should “sink” into the
   asphalt. All laps must be rolled with a rounded edge
   roller. A 1/8” to 3/8” (3 mm to 10 mm) bleedout of SBS
   compound shall be visible at the edge of all seams. All
   laps must be checked for good adhesion.                                     JMCleanBond
                                                                                 SBS Cap     JMCleanBond SBS Base
   Or …
C) Prepare all 4” (102 mm) end laps by removing all loose
   granules, then apply MBR® Utility Cement or MBR®
   Flashing Cement to the 4” (102 mm) end laps and mate
   the end lap surfaces. Ensure full coverage and check
   for good adhesion.
Application of JM SBS Modified Bitumen Products may
require the use of a hot air gun. Improper use of these
materials and application equipment can result in severe
burns and/or other physical injury, as well as damage to
property. In order to prevent these situations, the
mechanic must install the materials using the techniques
recommended by JM.




                                                                                                                    RS-4846 8-05 (New)
Specification CBE-1 (LB)


Base Flashing                                                                                                                                                           Presto Flash
                                                                                                                                                                        Metal
                                                                                                                                                                        Counterflashing
For load-bearing masonry parapet construction with                                                       If Metal Counterflashing is Not Installed on Same              or Termination
                                                                                                         Day as Base Flashing, Seal with MBR Flashing                   Bar Fastened 6”
nailing facilities                                                                                       Cement; MBR Utility Cement, or by 3 Coursing                   O.C. and Caulked
                                                                                                                                                                        with Exterior
                                                                                                                                                                        Grade Caulk
General                                                                                                                                Nails 6” o.c.
                                                                                                                                                                        JMCleanBond
This flashing specification is for use on masonry parapets that can                                                     JM Concrete Primer                              SBS Cap Flashing
                                                                                                                                                             4” Min.
accept and retain the required mechanical fasteners, and where the                                        JMCleanBond SBS
                                                                                                          Base Flashing
roof deck is supported by the parapet.
Note: All general instructions contained in the current JM                                                                   FesCant
                                                                                                           8” Min. to        Plus
Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems Manual shall be considered                                           24” Max.

part of this specification.                                                                                                                                             JMCleanBond
                                                                                                                                                                        SBS Utility Sheet
Wall Preparation: Any previously installed metal cap or counterflashing                                     4” Min.
                                                                                                                                                                        JMCleanBond
must be lifted or removed, to permit application of the base flashing.                                                                                                  SBS Base

Apply JM Concrete Primer to the masonry wall, to the full height of                                        CBE-1 (LB)
the proposed base flashing and counterflashing, and allow the primer
to dry thoroughly.
                                                                                                        Mechanically fasten the base flashing on 6” (152 mm) centers along
Materials                                                                                               its top edge. Fasteners must have a 1” (25 mm) minimum diameter
                                                                                                        integral cap, or be driven through 1” (25 mm) minimum diameter rigid
FesCant Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 lineal ft. (30.5 lineal meters)
                                                                                                        metal discs.
JM Concrete Primer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1⁄2 gal. (1.9 liters)
JMCleanBond™ SBS Base Flashing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 sq. roll (9.29 m2)                      All vertical joints in self-adhering applications must be overlapped
JMCleanBond™ SBS Cap Flashing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3⁄4 sq. roll (7.0 m2)                   4” (102 mm) and be well sealed. Vertical laps in the JMCleanBond
JMCleanBond™ SBS Utility Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 sq. roll (9.29 m2)                   Base Flashing Sheet and the JMCleanBond Cap Flashing Sheet shall
Presto Flash® Metal                                                                                     be offset a minimum of 6” (152 mm) from one another. Use the side lap
 Counterflashing (optional) . . . . . . . . . . 100 lineal ft. (30.5 lineal meters)                     for your vertical flashing joints and heat weld as necessary to obtain
MBR® Flashing Cement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 5 gal. (15.1 - 18.9 liters)              a positive seam at angle changes where necessary.
or MBR® Utility Cement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 gal. (34.0 liters)       Metal Counterflashing: Presto Flash metal counterflashings, when
Note: All Cap, Base and Utility Sheets need to be walked in and                                         properly installed, are the preferred method of completing this
pressed into all angle changes.                                                                         flashing detail. They should be installed in accordance with JM’s
                                                                                                        recommendations, or in accordance with SMACNA procedures,
Base Flashing: The JMCleanBond Base Sheet of the field membrane
                                                                                                        and should overlap the base flashing by a minimum of 4” (102 mm).
must extend 4” (102 mm) above the cant strip. The cant may be
                                                                                                        Refer to the Roofing Accessories section in the current
precoated with MBR Utility Cement, but because the membrane is
                                                                                                        Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems Manual.
adhered above and below the cant, adhesive is not required. The
JMCleanBond Utility Sheet of the field membrane must extend to the                                      MBR Cement Counterflashing (Use Only As An Alternate If No Metal
top of the cant. The completed base flashing shall extend not less                                      Counterflashing Is Used): If the application of metal counterflashing
than 8” (203 mm) nor more than 24” (610 mm) above the level of the                                      will be delayed, use MBR 3 Coursing to make the flashing watertight
roof, and shall extend onto the Utility Sheet so that it covers the                                     until the metal counterflashing is installed. The base flashing must be
selvedge and meets the edge of the granules. Cut JMCleanBond Cap                                        finished with a 4” (102 mm) wide, 1/8” (3 mm) thick layer of MBR
and Base Flashing Sheets to usable lengths.                                                             Flashing Cement or a 4” (102 mm) wide strip of fiber glass mesh or ply
                                                                                                        felt, embedded in and trowelled over with a 1/8” (3 mm) thick layer of
Application                                                                                             MBR Utility Cement, bringing the cement to a feathered edge.
Remove the release film from the back of the JMCleanBond SBS                                            Termination Bar: If the preferred method (metal counterflashing) is
Base Flashing Sheet and from the selvedge of the Utility Sheet of the                                   not utilized, a T-Bar may be used to finish the top of the flashing. It
field membrane. Holding the upper corners of the Base Flashing                                          should be fastened through the flashing membrane 6” (152 mm) o.c.
Sheet, position its lower horizontal edge on the roof membrane so it                                    and caulked with exterior-grade caulk.
aligns with the bottom of the cant. Lay it into place over the cant and
                                                                                                        Surfacing: JMCleanBond Cap requires no additional surfacing.
up the wall. The sheet should be rolled in to ensure proper adhesion.
Next, position the JMCleanBond Cap Flashing Sheet so it covers the
Utility Sheet selvedge and aligns with the edge of the granules.
Remove the release film from the installed base sheet as well as the
cap sheet. Lay the cap sheet over the already installed base sheet
and up the wall over the base sheet. The cap sheet must be rolled
into place to ensure proper adhesion to the base sheet.




                                                                                                                                                                       RS-4809 V2 8-05
                                                                                           Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems

                                                                                         Gold Shield® Roofing Systems Guarantee
                                                                                         Built-Up and Modified Bitumen
       Building Owner:


       Building Name:




       Approved Roofing Contractor:                                        Guarantee Number:

                                                                                             Term & Maximum Monetary Obligation to
                                                                                             Maintain a Watertight Roofing System



       Date of Completion:                                                                  Years                    $

       COVERAGE
       The components of the Roofing System covered by this Guarantee are:

           Membrane Spec. and Type
           Flashing Spec. and Type
           Insulation Type
           Accessories (Type and Quantity)


These Johns Manville Guaranteed components are referred to below as the “Roofing System", and ALL OTHER COMPONENTS OF THE OWNER’S BUILD-
ING ARE EXCLUDED FROM THE TERMS OF THIS GUARANTEE.
Johns Manville* guarantees to the original Building Owner that during the Term commencing with the Date of Completion, JM will pay for the materials
and labor required to promptly repair the Roofing System to return it to a watertight condition if leaks occur due to: ordinary wear and tear, or deficien-
cies in any or all of the component materials of the Roofing System or workmanship deficiencies in the application of the Roofing System.
WHAT TO DO IF YOUR ROOF LEAKS
If you should have a roof leak please refer to directions on the reverse side.
 LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
This Guarantee is not a maintenance agreement or an insurance policy; therefore, routine inspections and maintenance are the Building Owner’s responsi-
bility (see reverse side of this document). Failure to follow the Maintenance Program on the reverse side of this document will void the Guarantee. This Guar-
antee does not obligate JM to repair the Roofing System, or any part of the Roofing System, for leaks resulting from (a) natural disasters including but not
limited to the direct or indirect effect of lightning, fire, hailstorm, earthquake, tornadoes, hurricanes or other extraordinary natural occurance and/or wind
speeds in excess of 72 miles per hour, (b) misuse, abuse or negligence, (c) installation or material failures other than those involving the component materi-
als expressly defined above as the Roofing System or exposure of the Roofing System components to damaging substances such as oil or solvents or to dam-
aging conditions such as vermin, (d) changes to the Roofing System or the Building’s usage that are not preapproved in writing by JM, or (e) failure of the
Building substrate (mechanical, structural or otherwise and whether resulting from Building movement, design defects or other causes) or improper drainage.
JM is not responsible for leaks and damage resulting from water entry from any portion of the Building structure not a part of the Roofing System.
This Guarantee becomes effective when (1) it is delivered to Owner; and (2) all bills for installation, materials and services have been paid in full to the
Approved Roofing Contractor and to JM. Until that time, this Guarantee is not in force and has no effect.
The parties agree that any controversy or claims relating to this Guarantee shall be first submitted to mediation under the Construction Industry Arbitration
and Mediation Rules of the American Arbitration Association (Regular Track Procedures) or to such other mediation arrangement as the parties mutually
agree. No court or other tribunal shall have jurisdiction until the mediation is completed.
TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, JM DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND THE
WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND LIMITS SUCH WARRANTY TO THE DURATION AND TO THE EXTENT OF THE EXPRESS WAR-
RANTY CONTAINED IN THIS GUARANTEE.
THE EXCLUSIVE RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY OF JM UNDER THIS GUARANTEE IS TO MAKE REPAIRS NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN THE ROOFING SYSTEM
IN A WATERTIGHT CONDITION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OBLIGATIONS OF JM UNDER THIS GUARANTEE.
JM AND ITS AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES TO THE BUILDING STRUCTURE (UPON WHICH THE
ROOFING SYSTEM IS AFFIXED) OR ITS CONTENTS, LOSS OF TIME OR PROFITS OR ANY INCONVENIENCE. JM AND ITS AFFILIATES SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHICH ARE BASED UPON NEGLIGENCE, BREACH OF WARRANTY, STRICT LIABILITY OR ANY OTHER THEORY OF LIABILITY
OTHER THAN THE EXCLUSIVE LIABILITY SET FORTH IN THIS GUARANTEE.
No one is authorized to change, alter or modify the provisions of this Guarantee other than the Manager, Marketing and Technical Services or authorized
delegate. JM’s delay or failure in enforcing the terms and conditions contained in this Guarantee shall not operate as a waiver of such terms and conditions.
This Guarantee is solely for the benefit of the Building Owner identified above and Building Owner’s rights hereunder are not assignable. Upon sale or other
transfer of the Building, Building Owner may request transfer of this Guarantee to the new owner, and JM may transfer this Guarantee, in its sole discretion
only after receiving satisfactory information and payment of a transfer fee, which must be paid no later than 30 days after the date of Building ownership
transfer.
In the event JM pays for repairs which are required due to the acts or omissions of others, JM shall be subrogated to all rights of recovery of the Building
Owner to the extent of the amount of the repairs.
Because JM does not practice Engineering or Architecture, neither the issuance of this Guarantee nor any review of the Building’s construction or inspection
of roof plans (or the Building’s roof deck) by JM representatives shall constitute any warranty by JM of such plans, specifications and construction or in any
way constitute an extension of the terms and conditions of this Guarantee. Any roof inspections are solely for the benefit of JM.
JM does not supervise nor is it responsible for a roofing contractor’s work except to the extent stated herein, and roofing contractors are not agents of JM.
                                                                                         .O.
*JOHNS MANVILLE (“JM”), is a Delaware corporation with its principal mailing address at P Box 5108, Denver, Colorado 80217-5108.




    Accepted By Owner’s Authorized Representative                                                            By: Pat McEvoy
                                                                                                             Title: Sr. Vice President,
                                                                                                                    Roofing Systems Group


                      Date of Signature                                                                      Attorney-in-Fact


                                                                                 ,
Johns Manville, Guarantee Services Unit, 10100 West Ute Ave., Littleton, CO 80127 303 978-2000, 800-922-5922, FAX: 303-978-2808, www.jm.com.
Glass Base Sheet


Description
Johns Manville JMCleanBond™ SBS Base Sheet is a
self-adhering, fire-resistant modified bitumen sheet
incorporating the features of a fiber glass mat with a
blend of SBS (Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene) rubber, fire-
retardant additives and high-quality asphalt. This elas-
tomeric asphaltic blend has full recovery properties after
100% elongation and lends elasticity and flexibility to the
sheet. The modified asphalt is self-adhering and has an
easy-to-peel, removable release plastic film on both sides
of the sheet and the selvedge for ease of application.

Use
JMCleanBond SBS Base Sheet is used in roofing systems
where two or more plies of modified bitumen are desired.
It may be used as the base ply when installed over an
approved substrate.
Note: This product can only be applied in dry weather                            Advantages
and when temperatures are 45˚F (7˚C) and rising. The                             • The fiber glass mat provides excellent tensile strength
JMCleanBond SBS Base Sheet must be used in con-                                    and dimensional stability.
junction with the JMCleanBond SBS Cap Sheet or the                               • The elongation and recovery properties allow the
JMCleanBond SBS Utility Sheet. JMCleanBond SBS                                     product to easily accommodate the continual expan-
Base Sheet needs to be covered with JMCleanBond                                    sion and contraction strains experienced on all roofs.
SBS Cap or Utility Sheet within 48 hours of exposure to                          • The product’s self-adhering features allow for installa-
direct sunlight.                                                                   tion without the need for hot asphalt or torch welding.
                                                                                 • Fire-resistant formulation.
                                                                                 • FM and UL approved.

Typical Physical Properties*                                                     Sizes
Thickness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.070 inches (1.8 mm)      Roll size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 squares (18.6 m2)
Tensile Strength @ 0°F (-18°C)                                                   Roll weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Ibs. (36.3 kgs.)
  Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Ibs. force/in. width              Roll length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65’ 7” (20 m)
                                                                (15.8 kN/m)      Roll width. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 3/8” (1 m)
  Cross Machine Direction . . . . . . . 70 Ibs. force/in. width
                                                                (12.3 kN/m)
Elongation @ 0°F (-18°C)
  Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.0%
  Cross Machine Direction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.0%
Tensile-Tear
  Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Ibs./in. (14.9 kN/m)
  Cross Machine Direction . . . . . . . 70 Ibs./in. (12.3 kN/m)
Low Temperature Flexibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -10°F (-23°C)            JM Recommended Substrates
Dimensional Stability                                                            • DeckPro™ Nailable Base Sheet                        • ENRGY™ 3
  Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.20% change           • Primed metal surfaces                               • ENRGY™ 3 Foil Faced
  Cross Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.20% change                 • Unsanded asphalt                                    • Primed concrete
* Material tested in accordance with ASTM D 5147 Standard
  Test Methods for Sampling and Testing Modified Bituminous
  Sheet Materials.




                                                                                 Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label
                                                                                 prior to using this product.                 RS-4800 (V3) 7-05
Glass Cap Sheet

Description
Johns Manville JMCleanBond™ SBS Cap Sheet is a fire-resistant,
modified bitumen sheet incorporating the features of a strong
fiber glass mat with a blend of SBS (Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene)
rubber, high-quality asphalt and fire-retardant additives. The
elastomeric asphaltic blend has full recovery properties after
100% elongation and lends elasticity and flexibility to the sheet.
The inorganic fiber glass reinforcement provides tensile
strength, dimensional stability, fire-resistance and toughness to
the sheet and resists moisture absorption. The covering layer of
ceramic-coated roofing granules provides durability along with
superior resistance to damage from weather and foot traffic.

Use
JMCleanBond SBS Cap Sheet is a quality modified bitumen
sheet designed for use in UL-rated, multiple ply, self-adhering
roofing systems. It is ideal for low slope applications (inclines
up to 3” per foot [250 mm/m]). The modified asphalt has an
easy-to-peel, removable plastic release film on the bottom of                                Advantages
the sheet and the selvedge.
                                                                                             • The fiber glass mat provides excellent tensile strength and
Note: When adhering over granulated surfaces (i.e. at end                                      dimensional stability.
laps), JM recommends heat sinking with a heat welder to bring                                • The elongation and recovery properties of the SBS blend
the modified asphalt to the surface, in order to facilitate an                                 allow the product to easily accommodate the continual
asphalt-to-asphalt bond. MBR® Utility Cement, or MBR®                                          expansion and contraction strains experienced on all roofs.
Flashing Cement can be used as alternatives in the end laps.                                 • The product’s self-adhering features allow for installation
This product can only be aplied in dry weather and when tem-                                   without the need for hot asphalt or torch welding.
peratures are 45˚F (7˚C) and rising. JMCleanBond SBS Cap                                     • Fire-resistant formulation.
Sheet is not self-adhering by itself and must be used in con-                                • FM and UL approved.
junction with JMCleanBond™ SBS Base Sheet.


Typical Physical Properties*                                                                 Sizes
JMCleanBond SBS Cap Sheet meets or exceeds the require-                                      Roll size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 square (9.29 m2)
ments of ASTM D 6163, Type I, Grade G.                                                       Roll weight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 lbs. (45.4 kgs.)
Thickness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.150 inches (3.8 mm)       Roll length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32’ 10” (10 m)
Tensile Strength @ 0°F (-18°C)                                                               Roll width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 3⁄8” (1 m)
   Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . 170 lbs. force/in. width (29.8 kN/m)
   Cross Machine Direction . . . 120 lbs. force/in. width (21.0 kN/m)
Elongation @ 0°F (-18°C)
   Machine Direction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.0%
   Cross Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.0%
Tensile-Tear
   Machine Direction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 lbs./in. (22.8 kN/m)
                                                                                             JM Recommended Substrates
   Cross Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 lbs./in. (15.8 kN/m)
                                                                                             JMCleanBond SBS Cap Sheet may only be applied over
Low Temperature Flexibility. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -20°F (-29°C)
                                                                                             JMCleanBond SBS Base Sheet. For recommended substrates,
Dimensional Stability
                                                                                             see data sheet for JMCleanBond SBS Base Sheet (RS-4800).
   Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.20% change
   Cross Machine Direction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.20% change
* Material tested in accordance with ASTM D 5147 Standard
  Test Method for Sampling and Testing Modified Bituminous
  Sheet Materials.

                                                                                             Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label
                                                                                             prior to using this product.                 RS-4801 (V3) 7-05
                                                                                         Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems

                                                                                        DeckPro™
                                                                                        Nailable Base Sheet



Description
DeckPro is a nailable felt base sheet with a non-woven
polyester mat and an aluminum foil facer that allows
for superior adhesion to self-adhering bitumen sheets.
When used with JMCleanBond SBS Base and Cap
sheets, DeckPro provides an easy-to-install, self-
adhering roofing system. With this system there is no
need for hot asphalt and the structural deck is not
compromised because the bituminous sheet is not
adhered directly to it. The polyester mat provides
tensile strength, toughness, puncture resistance and
can accommodate stresses created by typical rooftop
expansion and contraction forces.

Advantages
• The foil facer provides excellent adhesion to self-
  adhering membranes and eliminates damage to the
                                                                                        Use
  structural deck.
• The polyester mat provides exceptional puncture                                       DeckPro is an approved substrate under Johns Manville
  and tear resistance.                                                                  self-adhering modified bitumen membranes. It is a
                                                                                        nailable base sheet that eliminates adhesion of the
• The sheet can be easily nailed directly to the deck.
                                                                                        membrane directly to the deck.
Nailing Pattern                                                                         Nailing Pattern
1” Diameter Cap Nails                                                                   UltraFast® Fasteners (Phillips) with Plates

                                                                                                                                                     18”
                    9“                                                                                                                            (457 mm)
                 (229 mm)                                                                                                                                             18”
                                                                                                                                                                    (457 mm)

                                    11”
                                 (279 mm)                                                                              18”
                                                                                                                    (457 mm)
                                                                                                                                                                      18”
       4“                                                      9“                                                                                                   (457 mm)
   (102 mm)                                                 (229 mm)                      4“                 18”
                                                                                        (102 mm)          (457 mm)
      Lap                                                                               Lap




Typical Physical Properties*                                                            Sizes
Thickness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35.6 mils (0.9 mm)        Roll size .................................................... 7 squares (65.0 m2)
Tensile Strength                                                                        Roll weight .................................................. 50 lbs. (22.7 kgs.)
  Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . . . 74.7 lbs. force/in. width                     Roll length ..........................................................227 ft. (69.2 m)
                                                    (13.1 kN/m)                         Roll width................................................................ 40" (1.02 m)
  Cross Machine Direction. . . . . . 75.7 lbs. force/in. width
                                                    (13.2 kN/m)
Elongation
  Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31%
  Cross Machine Direction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30%
Tensile-Tear
  Machine Direction . . . . . . . . . . 141.0 lbs./in. (24.7 kN/m)
  Cross Machine Direction . . . . . . 96.5 lbs./in. (16.9 kN/m)
Thermal Stability. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 in.
* Material tested in accordance with ASTM D 5147                                        Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label
  and ASTM D 1970.                                                                      prior to using this product.                    RS-4762 (V2)                      7-05
                                                                                    Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems

                                                                                   ENRGY ™ 3


Description                                                                        Energy and the Environment
ENRGY 3 is a rigid roof insulation board composed of a                             LEED             Recycled Content
closed cell polyisocyanurate foam core bonded in the                                                 Post Consumer:                    See chart below
manufacturing process to universal fiber glass reinforced                                            Post Industrial:                  0%
facers.                                                                                             Producing Locations:
                                                                                                      Bremen, IN                      Cornwall, ONT
ENRGY 3 utilizes an environmentally compliant blowing
                                                                                                      Fernley, NV                     Hazleton, PA
agent containing pentane hydrocarbon to enhance the
                                                                                                      Jacksonville, FL
thermal performance of the foam insulation. This hydro-
carbon has zero ozone depletion potential and conforms
                                                                                   Advantages
to the Montreal Protocol established in 1987.
                                                                                   • High thermal efficiency
ENRGY 3 meets the physical property requirements of                                • Universal facer that is compatible with BUR, modified
ASTM C 1289-02 Type II, Class I, Grade 2 and CAN/ULC                                 bitumen and single ply membrane systems
S 704. ENRGY 3 specialty products are also available as                            • Complies with EPA, CEPA and Montreal Protocol
tapered panels, pre-cut miters and pre-cut crickets.                                 requirements
                                                                                   • Meets Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990
Use                                                                                • Third-party certification with the PIMA Quality Mark™
ENRGY 3 provides high thermal insulation value over metal,                           for Long Term Thermal Resistance (LTTR) values
nailable, and non-nailable roof decks in built-up, modified                        • Potential LEED points
bitumen and single ply membrane roofing systems. It may be
applied using hot bitumen, cold adhesives or mechanical                            Sizes
fasteners. The universal facer on both the top and bottom                          ENRGY 3 is available in 4’ x 4’ (1.22 m x 1.22 m) or 4’ x 8’
provides a suitable surface for mechanical attachment to                           (1.22 m x 2.44 m) boards (other sizes available by special
a structural deck as well as a suitable surface to apply hot                       request) and in thicknesses of 1.0” (25 mm) to 4.0” (102 mm).
asphalt or cold adhesives. ENRGY 3 has been rated in                               Some sizes are special order with minimum order quantities.
Factory Mutual fire and wind-resistant systems for BUR,                            Contact your JM Sales Representative for details.
modified bitumen and single ply systems in specific
constructions. It has been classified by                                           For Use Over Metal Decks
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. as an approved roof                                The minimum thicknesses of ENRGY 3 insulation over metal
                                                                                   decks are as follows:
insulation in numerous Class A roof constructions and                              Width of          Up to 2 5⁄8” Up to 3 3⁄8”    Up to 4 3⁄8”
Roof/Ceiling hourly fire-rated assemblies, and is classified                       Rib Opening       (67 mm)      (86 mm)         (111 mm)
by Underwriters Laboratories Canada.
                                                                                   Thickness         1.0” (25 mm) 1.2” (30 mm) 1.3” (33 mm)
JM supports NRCA Bulletin #9 in recommending that a                                of Insulation
cover board of Fesco Board or 1⁄2” Retro-Fit Board be                              (Minimum)
installed over foam insulations in hot membrane systems.

Typical Physical Properties                                                        Product Data
                                                                      ASTM         Standard                                              Post Consumer
                                         Values                 Test Method        Thicknesses (nom.) LTTR R-Value*                      Recycled Content**
Water Absorption . . . . . . . . . . . . .<1.5% max . . . . . . . . . . . C 209    (in.)   (mm)           (hr•ft2•°F)/BTU m2•°C/W         (%)
Dimensional Stability Change. . . . <2% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D 2126   1.0     025            6.0              1.05           45
Compression Resistance*                                                            1.5     038            9.0              1.59           37
  10% Consolidation-psi (kPa) . . . 20 (138) min. . . . . . . . . . . D 1621       1.7     043            10.3             1.81           35
                                                                                   2.0     051            12.1             2.14           33
Moisture Vapor Permeance . . . . <1 perm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E 96          2.3     058            14.0             2.47           30
                                         (57.5 ng/(Pa•s•m2)                        2.5     064            15.3             2.69           30
Service Temperature . . . . . . . . . -100º to 250°F                               2.8     071            17.2             3.03           28
                                         (-73° to 121°C)                           3.0     076            18.5             3.26           28
                                                                                   3.1     079            19.0             3.33           28
Tensile Strength-psf (kPa) . . . . . 730 (35) nom.. . . . . . . . . . D 1623       3.3     084            20.4             3.60           27
*Also available in 25 psi (172 kPa).                                               4.0     102            25.0             4.40           25
                                                                                   * The Long Term Thermal Resistance (LTTR) values were determined in
                                                                                     accordance with CAN/ULC S 770.
                                                                                   ** Value represents average results
                                                                                   Non-standard thicknesses are available. Contact your JM Sales Representative
                                                                                   for more information.

                                                                                   Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior to
                                                                                   using this product.                   RS-5137 V4 10-05 (Replaces 7-05)
Glass Base Sheet Installation Instructions

                       1. Inspect the substrate.                                        2. Unroll the JMCleanBond
                       Remove any dust, dirt,                                           Base Sheet and cut a starter
                       debris and other loose                                           roll down the sheet’s length.
                       material. Make sure all                                          The width dimension will vary
                       nails, screws and                                                depending on the roof design.
                       fasteners are flush with                                         Make sure to cut the sheet so
                       the surface. Also make                                           that the base sheet side lap
                       sure the surface is dry                                          will align directly under the
                       and that the ambient                                             center of the JMCleanBond™
                       temperature is at least                                          Cap Sheet when installed.
                       45˚F (7˚C).
                       3. Using the starter base                                        4. Once properly
                       sheet, move it into                                              aligned, start
                       position with the side                                           approximately 24” (610
                       lap up slope. (Refer to                                          mm) in from the end lap,
                       the“Bituminous                                                   peel the release film off
                       Flashings” for specific                                          the back of the sheet
                       techniques for various                                           and apply pressure to
                       roof edge treatments.)                                           set the end of the sheet.




                       5. Continue to pull the                                          6. Apply pressure with a
                       release film from under                                          75 to 100 lb. (34 to 45 kg.)
                       the membrane until it is                                         split-wheel, weighted
                       completely removed.                                              roller to ensure proper
                       Note: It is important to                                         adhesion. Roll across the
                       peel the release film at a                                       width of the sheet first,
                       45º angle to avoid ripping                                       then across its length.
                       and tearing the film.




                       7. Install the second                                            8. Strip off the 4” (102 mm)
                       adjoining base sheet.                                            plastic film from the
                       The second sheet should                                          selvedge of the previously
                       be a full-width sheet.                                           installed sheet. Fold the
                       Place the new sheet by                                           sheet in half along its
                       matching up the edge of                                          length and strip off the
                       the second base sheet                                            leading half of its plastic
                       with the first base                                              release film.
                       sheet’s 4” (102 mm)
                       perforated side lap line.


                       9. Lower the second
                       base sheet slowly from
                       the center out, carefully
                       aligning along the 4”
                       (102 mm) exposed self-
                       adhering selvedge.



                                                    Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior to
                                                    using this product.                                   RS-4822 V2 8-05
Glass Base Sheet Installation Instructions

                                   10. Fold back the other            2FID-SA1 FR
                                   half of the base sheet,
                                   and remove the                          Non-Nailable Deck
                                                                                                                                   JMCleanBond SBS Base
                                                                                                                                                                          4”
                                                                           or Approved Insulation                                                                         End Lap
                                   remainder of the plastic
                                   film. Lower it slowly                  JM Concrete Primer
                                                                          (If Required)
                                   from the center out and
                                                                          JMCleanBond SBS Utility
                                   use a weighted roller to               Sheet May Be Used As Header                                                         JMCleanBond SBS Cap
                                   set the sheet. Roll
                                   across the width of the                                                                       4” Self-Adhering




                                                                                 Drainage
                                                                                                                                 Side Lap
                                   sheet first, then                                                          Full
                                   lengthwise to ensure                                                       Sheet
                                                                                                                                                       4” MBR Utility
                                   full adhesion. The                                                                                                  Cement, MBR
                                   remaining base sheets                                                                                   Full        Flashing Cement
                                                                                                                                           Sheet       or Heat Welded
                                   are to be installed full                                                                                            End Lap
                                                                                                    Half
                                   width in the same                                                Sheet 4” Self-Adhering Side Lap                    End Laps
                                                                                                                                                       Staggered
                                   manner.                                                                                                             36” Apart (Min.)



                                                                      3FID-SA1 FR
                                                                           Non-Nailable Deck                                    JMCleanBond SBS
                                                                           or Approved Insulation                               Utility Sheet May Be
                                                                                                                                Used As Header
                                                                           JM Concrete Primer
                                                                           (If Required)


                                                                                   JMCleanBond
11. All end laps must be staggered.                                                SBS Base
                                                                                                                                                    4” Self-Adhering Side Lap
                                                                      Drainage




                                                                                                                                                             JMCleanBond
                                                                                                                                                              SBS Cap




                                                                                                                                               4” MBR Utility
                                                                                                                       173⁄4”




                                                                                                                                               Cement, MBR
                                                                                                                                       Sheet
                                                                                                                                               Flashing Cement
                                                                                                                                        Full
                                                                                            Sheet
                                                                                             Full




                                                                                                                                               or Heat Welded
                                                                                                                                               End Lap
                                                                                                               Sheet




                                                                                                                                               End Laps
                                                                                                                Half




                                                                                                                                               Staggered
                                                                                                                                               36” Apart (Min.)




Note: End Laps (Head Laps)
1. For the base sheet, end laps should always be staggered between rolls.
2. Where two rolls come together, overlap the end laps by 4” (102 mm).
3. Where a “T” joint exists, cut off the corner of the selvedge at a 45º angle where the end overlaps the side lap of the
   previously installed base sheet. This will reduce membrane thickness when the next sheet is applied.
4. It is essential that adequate pressure is applied at “T” lap areas to ensure full adhesion.
   Roll these areas carefully with a 4” (102 mm) hand roller.
5. The base sheet needs to be covered with cap sheet within 48 hours of exposure to direct sunlight. Note: If the base sheet is
   exposed for an extended period of time because of inclement weather or for other reasons, it can be cleaned and the stickiness
   reactivated with a light coating of JM Concrete Primer. Allow the primer to flash off before proceeding with installation.




                                                                      Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior to
                                                                      using this product.                                   RS-4822 V2 8-05
Glass Base Sheet Installation Instructions

Note: Wrinkles. If a small wrinkle appears in the base sheet       Note: Debris. Special care must be taken to keep the bitumen
during application, take these steps.                              surface of the base sheet clean. However, if debris such as
                                   1. Adhere the area around       small leaves or pine needles become embedded, it may be better
                                      the wrinkle.                 to coat the debris area with MBR® Utility Cement rather than
                                                                   risk damaging the base sheet by cutting the debris out.

                                                                   Note: Scoring release liner. Use a careful hand and sharp
                                                                   utility knife when scoring release film. It is acceptable if the
                                                                   knife cuts into the black bitumen. However, if the fiber glass
                                                                   mat is cut, the area should be patched with an additional layer
                                                                   of base.



                                   2. Use a utility knife to cut
                                      the base sheet down the
                                      ridge of the wrinkle.




                                   3. Remove a sliver of release
                                      liner from one lap of
                                      wrinkle, and adhere to the
                                      substrate.




                                   4. Lay the second wrinkle
                                   lap down on the first.




5. Roll the lap with a 4” (102 mm) hand roller.




                                                                   Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior to
                                                                   using this product.                                   RS-4822 V2 8-05
Glass Cap Sheet Installation Instructions

                       1. Cut to usable lengths and                                          2. Begin at the lowest point
                       set aside, allowing them to                                           on the roof and lay in a full-
                       relax. Make certain that the                                          width sheet of JMCleanBond
                       JMCleanBond™ Base ply is                                              Cap over the JMCleanBond
                       clean and dry and that the                                            Base, leaving the plastic
                       ambient temperature is                                                release film adhered for both
                       45ºF (7ºC) or higher.                                                 the base and cap sheet.
                                                                                             Note: The base sheet side lap
                                                                                             should be centered under the
                                                                                             cap sheet.

                       3. Fold the cap sheet in half                                         4. Lower the cap sheet slowly
                       along its length and strip off                                        onto the base sheet, from the
                       the leading half of its plastic                                       center out.
                       film. Next, strip off the
                       matching plastic film from
                       the base sheet.




                       5. Fold back the other half of                                        6. To install another cap
                       the cap sheet and repeat the                                          sheet, pick up a relaxed
                       steps used for installing the                                         sheet and align it on the
                       first half of the sheet.                                              4” (102 mm) selvedge of the
                                                                                             piece already installed.




                       7. Where a “T” joint exists,                                          8. Fold the cap sheet in half
                       cut off the corner of the                                             along its length. Remove the
                       selvedge at a 45º angle                                               plastic film from the leading half
                       where the end overlaps the                                            of the bottom of the new cap
                       side lap of the previously                                            sheet, the top of the installed
                       installed cap sheet. This will                                        base sheet, and the selvedge of
                       reduce membrane thickness                                             the already installed cap sheet.
                       when the next sheet is applied.                                       Slowly lower the cap sheet into
                                                                                             place taking care to keep it
                                                                                             aligned and free from wrinkling.

                       9. Fold back the second half                                          10. Note: Where two sheets
                       of the cap sheet, remove the                                          come together at the end
                       plastic film and the matching                                         laps, score and leave a
                       film portion from the base                                            4” (102 mm) piece of release
                       sheet. Slowly lower it into                                           film on the bottom of the
                       place from the center out.                                            overlapping sheet’s end lap
                                                                                             area. This will reduce the
                                                                                             chance of the sheet adhering
                                                                                             to the granules of the lower
                                                                                             sheet.

                                                         Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior to
                                                         using this product.                                   RS-4840 V2 8-05
Glass Cap Sheet Installation Instructions

                                                  11. Once the cap sheet                                                                          12. Prepare the end lap
                                                  is installed, special care                                                                      by removing all loose
                                                  must be taken to heat                                                                           granules. With a hot air
                                                  sink the granules with a                                                                        gun, apply heat to the
                                                  hot air gun for all end lap                                                                     4” (102 mm) end lap
                                                  areas. Note: MBR®                                                                               area making sure both
                                                  Flashing Cement or                                                                              sheets have a good
                                                  MBR® Utility Cement can                                                                         compound flow to
                                                  be substituted for heat                                                                         adhere the two
                                                  welding, if required.                                                                           surfaces.

                                                  12a. Alternatively, apply                                                                       12b. Set the lap in
                                                  a thin coat of MBR Utility                                                                      place, and roll with a
                                                  Cement to the end lap                                                                           hand roller.
                                                  area with a trowel.




                                                  13. End laps must be                                                                            14. After all cap sheets
                                                  rolled with a rounded                                                                           are installed, roll across
                                                  edge roller and a                                                                               the width of the sheet
                                                  1/8” (3 mm) bleed-out of                                                                        first, then across its
                                                  SBS compound is                                                                                 length with a 75 to 100 lb.
                                                  required.                                                                                       (34 to 45 kg.) split-wheel,
                                                                                                                                                  weighted roller to set the
                                                                                                                                                  cap sheets, paying
                                                                                                                                                  special attention to the
                                                                                                                                                  selvedge seams.


15. All end laps must be staggered unless terminated at
the utility sheet.

2FID-SA1 FR                                                                               3FID-SA1 FR
                                                                                               Non-Nailable Deck                         JMCleanBond SBS
 Non-Nailable Deck                                                              4”             or Approved Insulation                    Utility Sheet May Be
 or Approved Insulation                     JMCleanBond SBS Base                End Lap                                                  Used As Header
                                                                                               JM Concrete Primer
 JM Concrete Primer                                                                            (If Required)
 (If Required)

 JMCleanBond SBS Utility                                                                             JMCleanBond
 Sheet May Be Used As Header                                        JMCleanBond SBS Cap              SBS Base
                                                                                                                                                             4” Self-Adhering Side Lap
                                                                                          Drainage




                                                                                                                                                                    JMCleanBond
                                          4” Self-Adhering
                                                                                                                                                                     SBS Cap
    Drainage




                                          Side Lap
                          Full
                          Sheet
                                                             4” MBR Utility
                                                             Cement, MBR                                                                                4” MBR Utility
                                                                                                                                173⁄4”




                                                    Full     Flashing Cement                                                                            Cement, MBR
                                                                                                                                                Sheet




                                                             or Heat Welded                                                                             Flashing Cement
                                                                                                                                                 Full




                                                    Sheet
                                                                                                        Sheet
                                                                                                         Full




                                                             End Lap                                                                                    or Heat Welded
                Half                                                                                                                                    End Lap
                Sheet 4” Self-Adhering Side Lap              End Laps
                                                             Staggered
                                                                                                                        Sheet




                                                                                                                                                        End Laps
                                                                                                                         Half




                                                             36” Apart (Min.)                                                                           Staggered
                                                                                                                                                        36” Apart (Min.)




                                                                                          Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior to
                                                                                          using this product.                                   RS-4840 V2 8-05
Glass Cap Sheet Installation Instructions

Note: T-laps                                                  Note: Backwater Laps
T-laps must be treated with MBR Utility Cement or a           JM recommends that all backwater laps – laps that are
combination of MBR Utility Cement and heat welding.           perpendicular to the flow of water on the roof and where the
                                                              lower sheet is up and under – be dressed with MBR Utility
                                 1. Apply a thin bead of      Cement or heat welded.
                                    cement along the
                                    diagonal side of the
                                    T-lap.




                                 2. Use a hot air gun to
                                    weld the top lap to the   Note: Re-rolling
                                    bottom lap. Make sure     To accelerate the permanent bonding of base to cap sheet,
                                    both sheets have good     return to the job site later in the day or on a warm, sunny day
                                    compound flow.            and re-roll the JMCleanBond installation with a weighted
                                                              roller.




                                 3. T-laps can also be
                                    seated with a smooth
                                    coating of MBR Utility
                                    Cement in the triangle
                                    of the lap area.




                                                              Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior to
                                                              using this product.                                   RS-4840 V2 8-05
Glass Utility Sheet Installation Instructions

                                  1. Cut JMCleanBond Utility                                             2. To use JMCleanBond
                                  Sheet and JMCleanBond™                                                 Utility Sheet as a valley
                                  Cap Sheet to usable lengths                                            starter sheet, position the
                                  and set aside, allowing them                                           utility sheet so that it is
                                  to relax. Make certain that                                            centered down the middle of
                                  the JMCleanBond™ Base ply                                              the drain, leaving the plastic
                                  is clean and dry and that the                                          release film adhered. Note:
                                  ambient temperature is                                                 The base sheets should
                                  45ºF (7ºC) or higher.                                                  already be installed so the
                                                                                                         seam of the finished side lap
                                                                                                         is centered down the drain
                                                                                                         and will be centered under
                                                                                                         the utility sheet. The sides of
                                                                                                         the utility sheet should align
                                                                                                         with the perforation down the
                                                                                                         centers of the two base
                                                                                                         sheets.




                                  3. To use JMCleanBond                                                  4. Fold the utility sheet in half
                                  Utility Sheet as a header                                              along its length and strip off the
                                  sheet, begin at the lowest                                             leading half of its plastic film
                                  point on the roof. Lay in a                                            and the matching plastic film
                                  full-width piece of the utility                                        from the base sheet.
                                  sheet over the already
                                  installed base ply, leaving the
                                  plastic release film adhered
                                  for both the base and utility
                                  sheets. Note: The base sheet
                                  side lap should be centered
                                  under the utility sheet.


                                  5. Lower the utility sheet                                             6. Fold back the other half of
                                  slowly from the center out.                                            the utility sheet and repeat
                                                                                                         the steps used for installing
                                                                                                         the first half of the sheet.




Installing Subsequent Cap Sheets
Cap sheets can be installed parallel or perpendicular to the
utility sheet.

                                                                    Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior to
                                                                    using this product.                                 RS-4834 8-05 (New)
Glass Utility Sheet Installation Instructions

                        7. To install a parallel cap                                           8. To install a cap sheet
                        sheet, pick up a relaxed sheet                                         parallel to the utility sheet, fold
                        and align it on the 8” (203 mm)                                        the cap sheet in half along its
                        selvedge of the previously                                             length. Remove the plastic film
                        installed utility sheet.                                               from the leading half of the
                                                                                               cap sheet, the top of the
                                                                                               installed base sheet, and the
                                                                                               selvedge of the installed utility
                                                                                               sheet. Slowly lower the cap
                                                                                               sheet into place taking care to
                                                                                               keep it aligned and free from
                                                                                               wrinkling.


                        9. Fold back the second half                                           10. To install a cap sheet
                        of the cap sheet, remove the                                           perpendicular to the utility
                        plastic film and the matching                                          sheet, pick up a relaxed
                        film portion from the base                                             sheet and position it so the
                        sheet. Slowly lower it into                                            end aligns with the 8” (203 mm)
                        place from the center out.                                             selvedge of the installed
                                                                                               utility sheet.




                        11. Holding the cap sheet in                                           12. To execute a proper
                        position and using its sides                                           “T”-joint, cut off the corner of
                        as a guide, score the plastic                                          the cap sheet selvedge where
                        release film at the end of the                                         the end overlaps the selvedge
                        base sheets below, so that                                             of the utility sheet. This will
                        you will be able to remove                                             reduce membrane thickness
                        only those portions of release                                         when the next sheet is
                        film that are directly under                                           applied.
                        the cap sheet. You will also
                        need to score the sides of the
                        release film on the selvedge
                        of the utility sheet where the
                        cap sheet overlaps it.

                        13. Fold the cap sheet in half                                         14. Fold back the second half
                        along its length. Remove the                                           of the cap sheet, remove its
                        plastic film from the leading                                          plastic film and the matching
                        half of the cap sheet, the top                                         film portion from the base
                        of the installed base sheet,                                           sheet and utility sheet
                        and that portion of the utility                                        selvedge. Slowly lower it into
                        sheet selvedge that is directly                                        place from the center out.
                        under the cap sheet. Slowly
                        lower the cap sheet into place
                        taking care to keep it aligned
                        and free from wrinkling.



                                                          Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior to
                                                          using this product.                                 RS-4834 8-05 (New)
Glass Utility Sheet Installation Instructions

                                                         15. Note: Where two sheets                                                               16. Once the cap sheet is
                                                         will come together at the end                                                            installed, special care must
                                                         laps, score and leave a                                                                  be taken to heat sink the
                                                         4” (102 mm) piece of release                                                             granules with a hot air gun
                                                         film on the bottom of the                                                                for all end lap areas. Note:
                                                         overlapping sheet’s end lap                                                              MBR® Flashing Cement or
                                                         area. This will reduce the                                                               MBR® Utility Cement can be
                                                         chance of the sheet adhering                                                             substituted for heat welding.
                                                         to the granules of the lower
                                                         sheet.



                                                         17. Prepare the end lap by                                                               18. End laps must be rolled
                                                         removing all loose granules.                                                             with a rounded edge roller
                                                         With a hot air gun, apply heat                                                           and a 1/8” (3 mm) bleed-out
                                                         to the 4” (102 mm) end lap                                                               of SBS compound is required.
                                                         area making sure both sheets
                                                         have a good compound flow
                                                         to adhere the two surfaces.




                                                         19. After all cap and utility            20. All end laps must be staggered unless terminated
                                                         sheets are installed, roll                   at the utility sheet.
                                                         across the width of the sheet
                                                         first, then across its length
                                                         with a 75 to 100 lb. (34 to 45 kg.)
                                                         split-wheel, weighted roller to
                                                         set the cap sheets, paying
                                                         special attention to the
                                                         selvedge seams.


                                                                                                                                                        Presto Lock
                                                                                                      Membrane Is Carried Over the Parapet,             Metal Coping
                                                                                                      Down the Outside Wall 1” (25 mm) Past the
                                                                             Presto Flash             Wood Nailer, and Nailed on 6” (152 mm)
                                                                             Metal                    Centers to Secure the Flashing
                                                                             Counterflashing
 If Metal Counterflashing is Not Installed on Same                           or Termination
 Day as Base Flashing, Seal with MBR Flashing                                Bar Fastened 6”
 Cement; MBR Utility Cement, or by 3 Coursing                                O.C. and Caulked                                                                  JMCleanBond
                                                                                                   JMCleanBond SBS                                             SBS Cap Flashing
                                                                             with Exterior
                                                                             Grade Caulk           Base Flashing
                               Nails 6” o.c.
                                                                              JMCleanBond
                JM Concrete Primer                                            SBS Cap Flashing     Wood-
                                                     4” Min.
  JMCleanBond SBS                                                                                  Surfaced
  Base Flashing                                                                                    Parapet
                                                                                                            8” Min. to
                                                                                                   Wall
                                                                                                            24” Max.
                     FesCant                                                                                                                                   JMCleanBond
   8” Min. to        Plus                                                                                                                                      SBS Utility Sheet
   24” Max.

                                                                              JMCleanBond           FesCant Plus
                                                                              SBS Utility Sheet
                                                                                                                                4” Min.
    4” Min.
                                                                              JMCleanBond
                                                                              SBS Base

                                                                                                                                          JMCleanBond
  CBE-1 (LB)                                                                                        CBE-3 (WL)                            SBS Base



                                                                                                  Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior to
                                                                                                  using this product.                                 RS-4834 8-05 (New)
                                                                       Commercial/Industrial Roofing Systems

                                                                      UltraFast® Fasteners and Plates


Description
UltraFast Fasteners are #12 diameter, phillips or hex head fas-
teners with a modified buttress thread and corrosion resistant
coating, exceeding Factory Mutual Approval Standard #4470
corrosion requirements.

The UltraFast fastener has a nominal 0.22” (5.6 mm) thread
diameter, with 12.5 threads per inch (12.5 threads per 25 mm).
The UltraFast Fastener is available with either a #3 phillips head
or a 1/4” hex head. The point is designed for quick installation in
new or reroof applications.

UltraFast Locking Plastic Plates are 3” (76 mm) round, high
strength polypropylene plates with a special locking feature.

UltraFast Galvalume® Metal Plates are 3” (76 mm) round or
square, premium Galvalume metal plates.

Use
UltraFast Fasteners and Plates are used to attach roof insulation     Advantages
to either 18-22 gauge (1.2 mm - 0.8 mm) metal, or wood decks.         • The buttress thread design provides maximum pullout
The screw and plate system provides positive attachment                 values and minimizes fastener pullout
and resistance to up-lift forces.                                     • The Locking Plastic Plate prevents fastener pop-up
UltraFast Fasteners are approved to install JM roof insulation        • UltraFast Fasteners exceed the corrosion resistance
within any JM Roofing System Guarantee, either penal sum                standards of Factory Mutual Approval Standard #4470.
or NDL.                                                                 UltraFast is also approved for use in Dade County, Florida.




Application                                                           Sizes and Packaging
UltraFast Fasteners shall be installed through UltraFast Metal        The UltraFast Fastener is available in the following lengths:
or Locking Plastic Plates at Factory Mutual usage rates and                  15/8” (41 mm)                               4 1/2” (114 mm)
patterns appropriate for the size and type of insulation.                    2 1/4” (57 mm)                                 5” (127 mm)
                                                                             2 7/8” (73 mm)                                 6” (152 mm)
The fastener must penetrate the metal flange a minimum of 3/4”
                                                                             3 1/4” (83 mm)                                 7” (178 mm)
(19 mm). The fastener is fully seated when the head is tight
                                                                             3 3/4” (95 mm)                                 8” (203 mm)
against the metal plate, or snaps into the UltraFast Locking
                                                                            Longer lengths are available.
Plastic Plates. UltraFast fasteners should not be overdriven
as to cause the plate surface to deflect more than 1/16” (1.6         Packaging: 1000 per box.
mm). Overdriven fasteners will significantly reduce fastener                       1 bit in each box.
and plate performance, possibly damaging the membrane,                             Packaging in buckets is available for an
decrease corrosion resistance and/or strip the deck.                               additional charge.
Underdriven or overdriven fasteners will not distribute the
                                                                      Plates are packaged: 1000 per box.
load over the plate properly. A standard screw gun with a dis-
engaging clutch should be used to install UltraFast Fasteners.

For steel decks, Factory Mutual requires that the fastener
penetrates the deck at the top flange.




                                                                      Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet and Product Label prior to
                                                                      using this product.                             RS-7099 8-04 (New)

								
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