Metaline Specification

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METALINE PANEL SPECIFICATION
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01 Section includes:
A. Provide Security Ceiling System.
1.02 Related Sections
A. Section 09120 Ceiling Suspension Systems
B. Section 09130 Acoustical Suspension Systems
C. Section 09545 Special Ceiling Surfaces
D. Section 13020 Integrated Assemblies
E. Section 13080 Sound, Vibration, and Seismic Control
F. Section 15550 Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
G.Section 16500 Lighting
1.03 References
A. American Society for Testing and Materials
1. A-361 - Specification for Steel Sheet, Galvanized by Hot-Dip Process.
2. B-209 - Specification for Aluminum and Aluminum Alloy Sheet and Plate.
3. C-243 - Test Method for Sound Absorption and Sound Absorption Coefficients by the Romm Reverberation Method.
4. C 635 - Standard Specification for Metal Suspension Systems for Acoustical Tile and Lay-In Panel Ceilings.
5. C 636 - Standard Recommended Practice for Installation of Metal Suspension Systems for Acoustical Tile and Lay-In Panel Ceilings.
6. D-523 - Test Method for Specular Gloss
7. E-84 - Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.
8. E-580 - Practice for Application of Ceiling Suspension Systems for Acoustical Tile and Lay-In Panels in Areas Requiring Seismic Restraint.
9. E-795 - Practices for Mounting Test Specimens During Sound Absorption Tests.
1.04 Submittals
A. Product/Technical Literature
1. Submit descriptive literature along with installation recommendations and practices as illustrated in Interfinish literature.
B. Samples
1. Submit Interfinish sample kit containing appropriate MetaLine Security Ceiling System samples.
C. Shop Drawings
1. Submit shop drawings illustrating appropriate placement and installation of the MetaLine Security Ceiling System.
D. Certification
1. Furnish certification of materials and system conforming to specification requirements.
2. Provide written warranty against defective workmanship and materials for a period of __ year(s) (up to 20 yrs. maximum) from filing notice of
completion.
1.05 Project Conditions
A. Environmental Requirements
1. Verify that the area in which the MetaLine Security Ceiling System is to be installed is weathertight and dry.
2. Installation shall occur only when temperature and humidity conditions closely approximate interior conditions that will exist when area is complete
and occupied.
B. Trade Requirements
1. Heating or cooling systems shall be in operation in order to establish and maintain a suitable climate as referenced above prior to, during, and after
installation.
2. All wet trades work is to be dry and thoroughly complete prior to installation of the MetaLine Security Ceiling System.
1.06 Maintenance
A. Replacement Material
1. Furnish additional material equal to ___% of the ceiling system area.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01 Manufacturer
A. MetaLine Security Ceiling System as manufactured by Chicago Metallic Corporation, 4849 S. Austin Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60638, phone: 1-800323-7164.
2.02 Components
A. MetaLine Panels:
1. Manufactured from [(18 )(20) gauge G-60 hot-dipped galvanized steel][0.040 inch thick aluminum].
2. (12)(24) inches wide by (24)(48) inches long.
3. Coated with factory applied standard white finish applied 0.8 mils thick over a 0.2 mils prime coat.
4. Formed with 97.1 degree upturned legs on all four sides.
5. Formed a slot 41/4inches from each corner.
6. (Unperforated)(perforated) with 0.078 inch diameter holes or 0.216 inch diagonal centers.
B. Suspension System Components
1. Main Runners:
a. Manufactured from G-60 hot-dipped galvanized steel.
b. 0.020 inches thick by 11/2 inches high by 144 inches long.
c. Manufactured with non-directional bayonet style couplings.
d. Coated identical to Metaline panels.
2. Cross Tees:
a. Manufactured from G-60 hot-dipped galvanized steel.
b. 0.020 inches thick by 11/2 inches by (12)(24)(48) inches long with 15/16 inch exposed face.
c. Manufactured with stab-in end tabs.
d. Coated identical to main runners.
3. Wall Channels:
a. Manufactured from (18)(25) gauge electro-galvanized steel.
b. 15/16 inches by 19/16 inches inside dimension by 3/4 inches by 120 inches long.
c. Coated identical to main runners.
4. Hold Down Inserts:
a. Manufactured from (18 gauge electro-galvanized steel)(0.040 inch thick aluminum).
5. Wall Angles:
a. Manufactured from [(18)(25) gauge electro-galvanized steel][0.040 inch thick aluminum].
b. 15/16 inches by 15/16 inches by 144 inches long.
c. Coated identical to main runners.
C. Accessories
1. Acoustical Insulation
a. Blankets:
1. (1)(11/2) inches thick by (1)(11/2) pounds per cubic foot density by 48 inches long.
b. Pads:
1. (Clear) (Black) (White) poly-wrapped.
2. (1)(11/2) inches thick by (1)(11/2) pounds per cubic foot density by (12)(24) inches wide by (24)(48) inches long.
2. Fasteners:
a. (#10)(#12) by (1/2)(3/4) inch white button head Torx Screws.
3. Compression Struts:
a. Factory assembled for (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9) drop with screw.
4. Access Panels:
a. Manufactured identical to panels described in Part 2 Products 2.02A above except legs shall be upturned 90 degrees.
b. Finished identical to panels described in Part 2 Products 2.02A above.
c. Perforated or unperforated identical to panels described in Part 2 Products 2.02A above.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01 Inspection
A. Inspect area receiving security ceiling to identify any conditions which might affect installation. Do not begin installation until adverse conditions have
been remedied.
B. Verify all trades above ceiling system have been completed prior to beginning installation.
3.02 Installation
A. Suspension System
1. Perimeter treatment:
a. Installed perimeter components to vertical interruptions with anchors spaced 12 inches O.C.
2. Main Runners:
a. Installed 48 inches on center, by direct suspension from existing structure, with not less than 12 gauge hanger
wires spaced 48 inches on center along main runner length. Wrap hanger wires tightly three full turns at each end.
3. Cross Tees:
a. Installed perpendicular to main runners (24)(48) inches on center to form ______ by modules.
b. Installed perpendicular to module forming cross tees to form ______ by modules.
B.
Compression Posts:
a. Installed adjacent to each hanger wire by wire attachment at top and bottom hanger wires.
C.
Metaline Ceiling Panels:
a. Installed into suspension system from below ceiling plane. Press downward on the panels to lock in place.
b. Attached to wall angles with Torx Screws spaced 6 inches O.C. beginning 3 inches from panel ends.
c. Inserted into channels utilizing hold down inserts placed onto backs of panels and under top leg of channel.
D.
Metaline Access Panels:
a. Fastened to grid system by screw attachment from below with Torx Screws spaced 6 inches O.C. beginning at
corner of panel.
E.
Acoustical Pads:
a. Laid on top of Metaline ceiling panels.
E.
Acoustical Blankets:
a. Laid on top of suspension system.
3.03 Repair and Clean
A. Remove damaged material; replace with undamaged material.
B. Clean with non-solvent based, non-abrasive commercial cleaning solution.