400SS Installation Instructions,TABLE OF CONTENTS,GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES 3. PARTS LIST 4,ELEVATION DETAILS 8,FRAME FABRICATION 9. Step 1 Determine Frame Size 9,Determine Frame Width 9. Determine Frame Height 10,Step 2 Cut Mullions to Size 10. Step 3 Drill Holes in Vertical Framing Members 11, Step 4 Fasten Splice Sleeves in Lower Segments of Verticals if necessary 12. Step 5 Cut Pressure Plates Face Covers and Snap in Fillers to Length 14. Step 6 Drill Weep Holes in Pressure Plate 15,Step 7 Mill Weep Slot in Horizontal Face Cover 15. Step 8 Add Steel Reinforcement if necessary 16,CURTAINWALL INSTALLATION 17. Step 9 Attach Horizontal to Mullions 17, Step 10 Attach Expansion Horizontal to Mullion if necessary 18. Step 11 Anchor Perimeter Connections to Structure 19. Step 12 Install Mullion End Caps 20,Step 13 Attach Head Sill Shear Clip 20. Step 14 Attach Head Horizontal 21,Step 15 Attach Male Mullion to Female Mullion 22. Step 16 Install Water Dams 23, Step 17 Install Water Dams for Expansion Horizontals if necessary 24. Step 18 Install Interior Gaskets 25, Step 19 Fit Horizontal Gasket to Vertical Gasket 25. Step 20 Install Glass and Setting Block 26,SSG Verticals 26. Step 21 Install Vertical Face Cover and Pressure Plate 27. Step 22 Install Horizontal Pressure Plate and Snap on Cover 28. Step 23 Seal Perimeter of Installation 29, Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 2. 400SS Installation Instructions,GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES. 1 These instructions cover typical product application fabrication installation and standard conditions and are. general in nature They provide useful guidelines but the final drawings may include additional details specific to. this project Any conflict or discrepancies must be clarified prior to execution. 2 Materials stored at the job site must be kept in a safe place protected from possible damage by other trades. Stack with adequate separation so materials will not rub together and store off the ground Cardboard or paper. wrapped materials must be kept dry Check arriving materials for quantity and keep record of where various. materials are stored, 3 All field welding must be done in accordance with AISC guidelines All aluminum and glass should be shielded. from field welding to avoid damage from weld splatter Results will be unsightly and may be structurally unsound. Advise general contractor and other trades accordingly. 4 Coordinate protection of installed work with general contractor and or other trades. 5 Coordinate sequence of other trades which affect framing installation with the general contractor e g fire. proofing back up walls partitions ceilings mechanical ducts HVAC etc. 6 General contractor should furnish and guarantee bench marks offset lines and opening dimensions These. items should be checked for accuracy before proceeding with erection Make certain that all adjacent substrate. construction is in accordance with the contract documents and or approved shop drawings If not notify the. general contractor in writing before proceeding with installation because this could constitute acceptance of. adjacent substrate construction by others, 7 Isolate all aluminum to be placed directly in contact with masonry or other incompatible materials with a heavy. coat of zinc chromate or bituminous paint, 8 Sealant selection is the responsibility of the erector installer and or glazing contractor and must be approved. by the sealant manufacturer with regard to application and compatibility for its intended use All sealants must be. used in strict accordance with the manufacturer s instructions and applied only by trained personnel to surfaces that. have been properly prepared, 9 Sealant must be compatible with all materials with which they have contact including other sealant surfaces. Consult sealant manufacturer for recommendations relative to shelf life compatibility cleaning of substrate. priming tooling adhesion etc, 10 Drainage gutters and weep holes must be kept clean at all times Tubelite will not accept responsibility for. improper drainage as a result of clogged gutters and weep holes. 11 This product requires clearances at head sill and jambs to allow for thermal expansion and contraction Refer. to final distribution drawings for joint sizes Joints smaller than may be subject to failure Consult your sealant. 12 All materials are to be installed plumb level and true with regard to established bench marks and column. center lines established by the general contractor and checked by the erector installer and or glazing contractor. 13 Cleaning of exposed aluminum surfaces should be done per AAMA recommendations. 14 Due to varying perimeter conditions and job performance requirements anchor fasteners are not specified in. these instructions For anchor fastening refer to the shop drawings or consult the fastener supplier. 15 Check tubeliteinc com for any updates on installation instructions. Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 3. 400SS Installation Instructions,EXTRUSIONS,Shape Description Part No. E3845 3 3 4,Open back member E3855 5 1 4,E3865 6 3 4. E3844 3 3 4,Tubular back member E3854 5 1 4,E3864 6 3 4. E3840 3 3 4,Male split mullion E3850 5 1 4,E3860 6 3 4. E3841 3 3 4,Female split mullion E3851 5 1 4,E3861 6 3 4. E3842 3 3 4,Male split SSG mullion E3852 5 1 4,Female split SSG mullion E3843 3 3 4. E3853 5 1 4,Male split expansion,horizontal 5 1 4,Female split expansion E3857. horizontal 5 1 4, Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 4. 400SS Installation Instructions,EXTRUSIONS,Shape Description Part No. E4TB77 5 8,E4TB64 3 4,E4TB05 1 1 2,Face cover E4TB220 1 3 4. E4TB215 1 7 8,E4TB06 2 1 2,E4TB126 3 1 4,Face cover. E3505 6 1 2,2 1 2 x 2 radius face,cover use with E4TB120. E4TB64 at cross,2 1 2 x 3 4 face cover,with reveal. 2 1 2 splayed face E4TB153,Reducer for 1 4 glass E3825. Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 5. 400SS Installation Instructions,ACCESSORIES,Shape Description Part No. Pressure plate M4TB63,Head sill anchor at P2066A 5 1 4. mullion P2066B 3 3 4,Head sill anchor at P2067A 5 1 4. jamb P2067B 3 3 4,Head sill shear clip at,jamb P2072. Water dam P2063,Exterior glazing gasket P2002,Interior glazing gasket P2003. Interior glazing wedge P2004,Wiper gasket P1221,Thermal isolator P2064. Spacer for silicone PTB75,glazed back members,Setting block for 1 glass P2075. Setting block for 1 glass P947 Silicone, Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 6. 400SS Installation Instructions,ACCESSORIES,Shape Description Part No. P2068A For E3850 3852,Splice bar P2068B For E3840 3842. P2068C For E3855,P2068D For E3845,Splice backer P2070 3 3 4. P2069 5 1 4,Mullion end cap P2071,Temporary glazing. 12 24 x 1 type 23 S204,hex head washer,10 UNC x 5 8 type S357. B hex washer head,1 4 20 x 1 hex,washer head type 23 S403. Drill fixture P2073, Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 7. 400SS Installation Instructions,ELEVATION DETAILS, Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 8. 400SS Installation Instructions,FRAME FABRICATION,Step 1 Determine Frame Size. Determine Width,Check that the opening is,square and plumb at both ends. Units must be installed in a true,Measure the width of the. opening at the top middle,and bottom,Select the smallest. dimension measured To,determine the frame width,to be used subtract a. minimum of 1 from the,smallest measured width,to allow a minimum of 1 2. 1 2 min 1 2 min,at each jamb for shimming,and caulking. Allow a larger clearance,if necessary to,accommodate building. tolerances an,out of square opening,anticipated thermal. expansion within the unit,and or as required by shop. Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 9. 400SS Installation Instructions,Determine Height,Measure the height of the 1 2 min. opening in several places along,the entire length of the opening. To determine the frame height,to be used select the smallest. dimension measured and,subtract 1 to allow a minimum. of 1 2 at sill and head for,shimming and caulking 1 2 min. Allow a larger clearance if,necessary to accommodate. building tolerances an,out of square opening,anticipated thermal expansion. within the unit and or as,required by shop drawings. Step 2 Cut Mullions to Size,Verticals should be frame. height found in Step 1 rough,opening height minus,clearances. Vertical framing members run,Cut horizontal framing. members to the daylight,opening the distance between. verticals minus 1 16, Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 10. 400SS Installation Instructions,Step 3 Drill Holes in Vertical Framing Members. For screw spline assembly fasteners are driven directly through holes in the vertical. members into holes in the horizontal members, Drill 228 diameter holes in the vertical framing members using a drill fixture P2073. as shown below, Match drill 149 diameter holes in the open back perimeter members to attach them. to the head sill shear clip, Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 11. 400SS Installation Instructions, Step 4 Fasten Splice Sleeves in Lower Segments of Verticals. Consult the approved shop drawings to see if splices are necessary and what. size fasteners to use when fastening splice sleeves to the lower segments of the. female and male mullions, Slide a splice backer into the end of the female mullion and a splice bar into the. male mullion as shown in Figure 1 The splice backer is 6 long and the splice bar. is 8 long Half their lengths should be inside the mullion and half should project. out the end of the mullion For an open back jamb condition see Page 13. When assembled fully seal expansion joint using structural sealant. Female mullion,Figure 1 Splice vertical mullions as necessary. Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 12. 400SS Installation Instructions,Jamb condition,mullion at jamb. Splice bar fits,between screw, Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 13. 400SS Installation Instructions, Step 5 Cut Pressure Plates Face Covers and Snap in Fillers to Length. For vertical pressure plates and face covers not needing to be spliced cut them to. the same length as the corresponding vertical s rough opening height minus 1 2. clearance at both top and bottom, If necessary to splice vertical pressure plates and face covers allow a 3 8 gap for. the splice joints The splice in a vertical pressure plate should be 2 below the splice in. the mullion and the splice in a vertical face cover should be 2 below the splice in the. pressure plate as shown below, Cut horizontal pressure plates to a minimum of the daylight opening minus 3 16. clearance at each end or 3 8 less than the distance between verticals and a. maximum of DLO minus 1 16 clearance at each end, Cut horizontal face covers horizontal glazing adapters and snap in fillers for roll over. horizontals to the same length as the corresponding horizontals daylight opening. Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 14. 400SS Installation Instructions,Step 6 Drill Weep,Holes in Pressure CL. Plates 3 8,Drill three 1 4,diameter weep holes,per pressure plate. Drill weep holes here,one at its halfway 1 4,point and one each diameter. between the vertical weep holes,and the setting block. in the v shaped notch,above the center line,as shown in Figure. 2 Make sure the,weep holes are not,The pressure plate. is pre punched with,holes for fasteners,10 from center Drill. additional holes as,required to ensure,end holes are a. minimum of 2 and, maximum of 4 from Figure 2 Drill three 1 4 diameter weep holes in the pressure plate. Step 7 Mill Weep,Slot in Horizontal,Face Cover,Mill a 1 4 x 1 2. weep slot along the,bottom of the,horizontal face cover. a maximum of 1 from,the back of the cover,as shown in Figure 3. adjacent to every 1 4 x 1 2,vertical weep slot, Figure 3 Mill a 1 4 x 1 2 weep slot along the bottom of the horizontal face. Revised June 2016 dependable tubeliteinc com Page 15.
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