• Model Building Codes:
– (BOCA, ICBO, SBCCI, CABO,
– New York City
– California Quality Standards.
Reg. No. CA-T024 (PA)
– City of Los Angeles, RR 8148
• Material Standards:
– (ASTM C 553)
CB 150, Type I, II & III
– (ASTM C 612)
CB 150 & CB 225, Type IA
CB 300 & CB 600, Types IA &
CB 150 & CB 225, Type II,
CB 300 & CB 600, Types I,
• Fire Hazard Classification:
–(ASTM E 84, UL 723, NFPA 255)
Max. Flame Spread Index; 25
Max Smoke Developed Index; 50
• Limited Combustible:
– (NFPA 259)
? 3,500 Btu/lb
• Thermal Performance:
– (ASTM C 177 or ASTM C 518)
See available size table.
• Acoustical Performance:
– (ASTM C 423)
See table below.
• Operating Limits:
– Temperature: (ASTM C 411)
Max. 250°F (121°C) (Faced)
Max. 450°F (232°C) (Unfaced)
• Water Vapor Permeance:
– (ASTM E 96, Dessicant Method)
Max. 0.02 perms
(1.15 x 10 -9 g/Pa-s-m2)
(ASJ & FSK Facing)
• Water Vapor Sorption:
– (ASTM C 1104)
? 3% by weight
• Corrosiveness: (ASTM C 665)
• Fungi Resistance: (ASTM C 1338)
• Odor Emission: (ASTM C 1304)
CIB is manufactured according to ISO 9000 standards.
Exterior Walls –
Install a vapor barrier towards the interior side
of the structure, except in warm and humid areas
where local code regulations may require a vapor
retarder to face toward the exterior.
Curtain Walls –
CIB is applied to spandrel and precast concrete
panels with approved adhesives or mechanical fasteners.
Boards may also be installed using hat channels
or Z studs. Where a vapor retarder is required,
all joints, seams and penetrations shall be sealed.
Exterior applications require the insulation to
be covered with appropriate weather barrier finish.
Choice of finish depends on mechanical abuse,
weather exposure, and appearance requirements.
All fabrication, application and installation
steps should be in accordance with the requirements
of the National Commercial and Industrial Installation
Standards (current edition) published by the Midwest
Insulation Contractors Association (MICA).
These installation recommendations are general
in nature. Other methods are acceptable. Please
consult your contractor or DryDog Barriers for
recommendations best suited to the applications.
An inspection and preventative maintenance program
for the insulation and vapor retarder system is
recommended to ensure optimum performance.
Technical assistance can be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org.