[CCMC 14049-R] CCMC Canadian code compliance evaluation
From: National Research Council Canada
Wrapsulate® Foam Jacket insulating sheathing
|Compliance:||NBC 2015, OBC|
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It is the opinion of the Canadian Construction Materials Centre that the evaluated product, when used as an exterior thermally insulated sheathing membrane in accordance with the conditions and limitations stated in this evaluation, complies with the following code:
National Building Code of Canada 2015
|ID||Code provision||Solution type|
|09-25-02-02-00-0-00||126.96.36.199. Insulation Materials||Alternative|
|09-27-03-02-00-0-00||188.8.131.52. Sheathing Membrane Material Standard||Alternative|
Ontario Building Code
Ruling No. 17-08-345 (14049-R) authorizing the use of this product in Ontario, subject to the terms and conditions contained in the Ruling, was made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing on 2017-06-26 pursuant to s.29 of the Building Code Act, 1992 (see Ruling for terms and conditions). This Ruling is subject to periodic revisions and updates.
The above opinion(s) is/are based on the evaluation by the CCMC of technical evidence provided by the evaluation holder, and is bound by the stated conditions and limitations. For the benefit of the user, a summary of the technical information that forms the basis of this evaluation has been included.
Wrapsulate® Foam Jacket insulating sheathing
The product is spray-in-place, light density, semi-flexible polyurethane foam with a primarily open cell structure. The product consists of “Wrapsulate® Foam Jacket” Part A isocyanate and “Wrapsulate® Foam Jacket” Part B resin, which are mixed on-site by a qualified installer using positive displacement equipment in a 1:1 fixed ratio.
The final cured product is yellow and has a density of 17 kg/m3 (1.06 lb/ft3). At a thickness of 25.4 mm (1 in.), the thermal resistance is RSI 0.75 (m2·°C/W) R-4.3 (ft2∙°F∙hr/BTU∙in.).
This evaluation is valid only for products produced at the following plant:
|Product name||Manufacturing plant|
|Brantford, ON, CA|
|Wrapsulate® Foam Jacket insulating sheathing||Product evaluated by the CCMC|
Product evaluated by the CCMC Indicates that the product from this manufacturing facility has been evaluated by the CCMC
Conditions and limitations
The CCMC’s compliance opinion is bound by this product being used in accordance with the conditions and limitations set out below.
- As specified by the manufacturer, the product must be manufactured on-site by qualified installers trained by Elastochem Specialty Chemicals Inc. and approved by a third-party certification organization (UFC).Table footnote (1) This organization must be specified by Elastochem Specialty Chemicals Inc. to administer an ISO/IEC 17024 compliant field quality assurance program (FQAP), including administration of a training program and conducting random follow-up inspections of field applications of the product according to the principles of CAN/ULC-S705.2.
- The product must be protected from weather and exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun within 60 days.
- The installation must be performed according to the manufacturer’s instruction manual and the principles of CAN/ULC-S705.2. A copy of those instructions must be available at the job site at all times during the installation for review by the building officials.
- The product must be applied at an ambient temperature range of 5°C to 40°C.
- The sprayed material must be applied only to above-grade plywood, oriented strandboard (OSB), gypsum, concrete, and cement board substrates. The product must completely cover the substrate surface, forming a continuous envelope around the building. The surface to be covered should be clean, dry and not covered in frost, oil, grease, dust or other unsuitable material.
- The maximum moisture content (MC) of the substrate before application must be as specified in the manufacturer’s written recommendations and in accordance with the NBC 2015. The MC must be confirmed by a moisture meter in a representative number of locations and recorded for future reference; for example, the maximum allowable MC of the substrate must be 19% for wood-based products.
- The manufacturer must provide to CCMC the maximum in-service temperature of the insulation surface (not to exceed 70°C) and the shelf life of the product.
- The product is installed with a minimum 19 mm vented air space between the product and the cladding.
- A concealed air space exceeding 25 mm in width must contain proper fire blocking in accordance with Subsection 9.10.16., Fire Blocks, of Division B of the NBC 2015.
- The components must have their respective containers (i.e., drums) identified by the phrase “CCMC 14049-R."
This evaluation is based on demonstrated conformance with the following criteria:
|Criteria number||Criteria name|
|CCMC-TG-072510.13-15||CCMC Technical Guide for Low Density, Open Cell, Spray-Applied Polyurethane Foam Thermal Insulation Material used as an Insulation Sheathing Membrane|
The Report Holder has submitted technical documentation for the CCMC evaluation. Testing was conducted at the National Research Council of Canada and laboratories recognized by the CCMC. The corresponding technical evidence for this product is summarized below.
|Apparent core density||kg/m3||12 < ρ ≤ 28||17|
|Dimensional stability||28 days at −20°C and ambient relative humidity (RH)||% volume||± 1||0.008|
|28 days at 70°C and 97 ± 3% RH||± 3||−2.3|
|28 days at 80°C and ambient RH||± 9||−9.0|
|Water vapour permeance at 50 mm thickness||ng/(Pa·s·m2)||≥ 700||745|
|Water absorption||initial||% volume||≤ 5||1.39|
|after UV and aging||≤ 10||2.35|
|Fungi resistance||No growth||No growth|
|Open cell content||% volume||≥ 80||98.6|
|Surface-burning characteristics per CAN/ULC-S102||< 500||174|
|Water penetration – wall performance||No water leakage at 137 Pa||No water leakage at 1 000 Pa|
|Thermal resistance at 25.4 mm thickness||initial||m2∙°C/W||Declare||0.75|
|aged||≥ 95% of initial||Pass|
|Resistance to ice lensingTable footnote (1)||No ice lenses observed||Pass|
|after ice lensesTable footnote (1) conditioning||≥ 80% retention of initial thermal resistance||100% (28.5)|
|after ice lenses conditioning||≥ 80% retention of initial tensile strength||100% (94)|
Use of Canadian Construction Materials Centre (CCMC) assessments
This assessment must be read in the context of the entire CCMC Registry of Product Assessments, any applicable building code or by-law requirements, and/or any other regulatory requirements (for example, the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act, the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, etc.).
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