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1.5
DELIVERY AND STORAGE
Deliver the material to the site in manufacturer's original wrappings and
packages and clearly labeled with the manufacturer's name, brand name, size,
and other related inform&ion.  Store in a safe, dry, clean, and
well-ventilated area at temperatures not less than 50 degrees F and within a
relative humidity range of 30 to 60 percent.  Store wall covering material in
a flat position and protect from damage, soiling, and moisture.  Do not open
containers until needed for installation, unless verification inspection is
required.
1.6
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Minimum temperature of area to receive wall covering, before, during, and
after installation, and requirements for conditioning adhesive and wall
covering shall comply with the wall covering manufacturer's printed
instructions.  However, in no case shall the area temperature be less than 50
degrees F, 72 hours prior to, during installation, and until the adhesive is
dry. Observe ventilation and safety procedures specified in the MSDS.
PRODUCTS
PART 2
2.1
MATERIALS
2.1.1
Wall Covering
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NOTE:  See Note B located at rear of text
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Specify minimum total weight and minimum coating weight for the wall
NOTE:
covering Type selected using the listing below:
Type I Type II Type III
22
7
13
Total Weight (ounces
per square yard)
Coating Weight (ounces
12
7
5
per square yard)
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NOTE:  Delete last sentence when PVF film is not required. (PVF) top coating
is an extra cost additive to basic specificationmaterial and is designed to
provide additional resistance to staining and soiling when exposed to
staining reagents or chemicals or to severe soiling or abuse. Consider PVF
film top coating for heavy-use areas; such as dormitories, dininghalls,
cafeterias, service corridors, medical facilities, and clubs.
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