[CCMC 13318-L] CCMC Standard compliance evaluation
From: National Research Council Canada
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|Product name:||Applegate Stabilized Cellulose Type 2 Insulation|
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Product nameApplegate Stabilized Cellulose Type 2 Insulation
The product is a cellulose fibre, thermal building insulation made from recycled paper fibre treated with liquid and powder fire retardants. The product is mixed with water while being sprayed into open spaces (stabilized cellulose).
This evaluation is limited to products produced at the following plants:
|Product name||Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, United States||Lester Prairie, Minnesota, United States||Penrose, Colorado, United States||Webberville, Michigan, United States|
|Applegate Stabilized Cellulose Type 2 Insulation||⦿||⦿||⦿||⦿|
⦿ Indicates that the product from this manufacturing facility has been evaluated by the CCMC
This evaluation is based on demonstrated conformance with the following criteria:
|Criteria number||Criteria name|
|CAN/ULC-S703-09, Type 2||Standard for Cellulose Fibre Insulation for Buildings|
The thermal resistance value to be used is 24.9 m2·KW-1/m at a design density of 30.7 kg/m3.
The product is to be applied according to the following coverage chart.
|RSI value (m2·K)/W||Minimum applied thickness (mm)||Minimum design (settled) thickness (mm)||Mass per unit area (kg/m2)||Maximum net coverage per 12-kg bag (m2)|
This evaluation is issued by the Canadian Construction Materials Centre (CCMC), part of the Construction Research Centre at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC). The evaluation must be read in the context of the entire CCMC Registry of Product Assessments and the legislated applicable building code in effect.
The CCMC was established in 1988 on behalf of the applicable regulator (i.e., the provinces and territories) to ensure—through assessment—conformity of alternative and acceptable solutions to regional building codes as determined by the local authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) as part of the issuance of a building permit.
It is the responsibility of the local AHJs, design professionals, and specifiers to confirm that the evaluation is current and has not been withdrawn or superseded by a later issue. Please refer to the website or contact:
Canadian Construction Materials Centre
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The NRC has evaluated the material, product, system or service described herein only for those characteristics stated herein. The information and opinions in this evaluation are directed to those who have the appropriate degree of experience to use and apply its contents (i.e., AHJs, design professionals and specifiers). This evaluation is only valid when the product is installed in strict compliance with the stated conditions and limitations of evaluation and the applicable local building code. In circumstances where no applicable local building permit is issued and that no confirmation of compliance ‘for use in the intended field application’ is undertaken, this evaluation is null and void in all respects. This evaluation is provided without representation, warranty, or guarantee of any kind, expressed, or implied, and the NRC provides no endorsement for any evaluated material, product, system or service described herein. The NRC accepts no responsibility whatsoever arising in any way from any and all use and reliance on the information contained in this evaluation with respect to its compliance to the referenced code(s) and standard(s). The NRC is not undertaking to render professional or other services on behalf of any person or entity nor to perform any duty owed by any person or entity to another person or entity.
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