Sarnafil S327 Mechanically-Attached Engineered System Introduction



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Insulating Fill Substrate:

The lightweight fill shall be installed by a trained lightweight fill Applicator in accordance with the lightweight fill manufacturer's requirements and industry practice. The surface shall be free from dust and loose fragments, be smooth, level, and free from moisture. Sharp ridges or other projections above the surface shall be removed before roofing. Proper venting as recommended by the roof deck manufacturer shall be provided. An insulation recover board is required as a substrate to adhere to. Fastening shall be into the structural deck below the insulating fill (see steel/concrete deck requirements).




      1. Reroofing with Removal of Existing Bitumen Roofing

General Criteria


All existing roofing, base flashing, deteriorated wood blocking or deteriorated metal flashings shall be removed. Remove only that amount of roofing and flashing which can be made weathertight with new materials during a one-day period or before the onset of inclement weather.

        1. Steel Deck:





                  1. FM Approved Steel Deck - All rusted or deteriorated decking shall be brought to the attention of the Owner's Representative and FM to determine method of treatment or replacement. Surface-only rusted metal shall be sanded and treated with rust-inhibiting paint. Sections that have rusted deeper than the surface or are not structurally sound shall be removed and replaced. The use and type of steel roof deck construction shall conform to FM's recommendations as outlined in FM Loss Prevention data Sheet I-28 and local requirements.




                  1. Non-FM Approved Steel Deck - All rusted or deteriorated decking shall be brought to the attention of the Owner's Representative to determine method of treatment or replacement. Surface-only rusted metal shall be sanded and treated with rust-inhibiting paint. Sections that have rusted deeper than the surface or are not structurally sound shall be removed and replaced. Deck type shall match existing and the attachment shall conform to local code requirements.



        1. Wood Deck:





                  1. FM Approved Wood Deck - All rotted or deteriorated wood shall be removed and replaced. The deck thickness shall be 2 inch (50 mm) minimum lumber or ¾ inch (19 mm) plywood. The deck shall conform to FM's requirements for Class 1 wood decks. Deck attachment shall conform to FM and local code requirements. Fastener heads shall be recessed into the wood surface.




                  1. Non-FM Approved Wood Deck - All rotted or deteriorated wood shall be removed and replaced. The deck thickness shall be 1-1/2 inch (38 mm) lumber or 15/32 (12 mm) plywood or match existing deck if greater. Deck type and attachment shall conform to local code requirements. Fastener heads shall be recessed into the wood surface.



        1. Poured Structural Concrete Deck:

The roof deck shall be smooth, even, free of dust, dirt, excess moisture or oil and be structurally sound. Sharp ridges, other projections and accumulations of bitumen above the surface shall be removed to ensure a smooth surface before roofing. Any deteriorated decking shall be repaired.



        1. Poured Lightweight Concrete Substrate:

The roof deck shall be smooth, even, free of dust, dirt, excess moisture or oil and be structurally sound. Sharp ridges, other projections and accumulations of bitumen above the surface shall be removed to ensure a smooth surface before roofing. Any deteriorated decking shall be repaired.



        1. Precast/Prestressed Concrete Deck:

The roof deck shall be smooth, even, free of dust, dirt, excess moisture or oil and be structurally sound. All joints between precast units shall be grouted. Any differentials in height between precast units shall be feathered for a smooth transition. Any deteriorated decking shall be repaired.



        1. Insulating Fill Substrate:

All wet or deteriorated insulating fill shall be removed and replaced. All accumulations of bitumen shall be removed and the surface of the deck shall be smooth, and free of ridges and depressions. See steel/concrete requirements.




      1. Reroofing with Removal of Existing Single-Ply Roofing


[Note to Specifier: Select C or D.]
General Criteria:
The Owner's Representative and Applicator shall determine the condition of the roof deck and existing insulation. Deteriorated decking or wet or deteriorated materials are to be removed and replaced. After removal of single-ply roof, inspect insulation boards and reuse only if dry and in stable condition. Add a Sarnafil approved recover board or new insulation board. Fasten recover board or top layer of insulation in accordance with Sarnafil's requirements.


      1. Reroofing Over Existing Single Ply Roofing

General Criteria:


The Owner's Representative and Applicator shall determine the condition of the roof deck and existing insulation. Deteriorated decking or wet or deteriorated materials are to be removed and replaced. Remove all debris from the existing single-ply roof and cut into 10 ft x 10 ft panels (3 m x 3 m). Install a layer of a Sarnafil approved recover board or a new insulation board over the fastened 10 ft x 10 ft (3 m x 3 m) panels and then fasten the board according to Sarnafil's requirements.


      1. Reroofing Over Existing Bitumen Roofing

General Criteria:


The Owner's Representative and Applicator shall determine the condition of the existing roof deck and old roof system. Areas with deteriorated decking or wet materials are to be removed and replaced.

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